Registration for Safety Center Trainings
This page provides details and registration links for the Safety Center’s upcoming trainings including both webinars and in-person trainings. As the registration for a particular training opens, it will be listed on this page. Once the training has been completed, please visit our Archived Safety Center Trainings page to find the training archives and streaming links.
Safety Center Webinar Series
The National Center for Rural Road Safety (Safety Center) will host a FREE, 1-1.5 hour webinar series monthly.
March 2019 – NACE’s Road to Zero Grant: Advancing Local Road Safety Practices with State DOTs (Thursday, March 28th from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM Mountain/1:00 to 2:30 PM Eastern)
This webinar will provide an overview of the activities and findings of the Road to Zero Grant: Advancing Local Road Safety Practices with State DOTs. This includes the results of the data collection and analysis phase, overview of the five States selected and stakeholder meetings conducted, best practices promoted and identified in the stakeholder meetings, and findings and recommendations of the study.
This webinar is being co-hosted by the Safety Center, the National Association of County Engineers (NACE), and the National Safety Council’s Road to Zero Coalition. To register for this webinar, click here.
April 2019 – Marketing Safety (Date TBD from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM Mountain/1:00 to 2:30 PM Eastern)
The Safety Summit’s most popular session is being repeated in webinar format! In this webinar, you will learn techniques for marketing safety, identify opportunities and initiatives to tell your safety story, hear success stories, and learn steps for creating an elevator speech.
This webinar is being co-hosted by the Safety Center and NLTAPA. Registration will open soon.
Haven’t Received a Link for the Webinar you Registered for?
If you have not received a link to join us for a webinar you registered for, most likely your email system is blocking our automated emails sent through Constant Contact. To combat this problem, we are trying to now send emails with “deactivated” links in hopes they will not get blocked. However, you can also send this letter to your IT department. The letter provides instructions for how they can put our emails on the “safe list.”