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Improve your driving skills with Canada Safety Training Centre's driver safety online course. This comprehensive course is designed to equip drivers of all levels with essential knowledge, covering fundamental aspects of safe driving, vehicle safety, road traffic safety, road hazards, and controls.

Our user-friendly platform guides you through detailed modules, emphasizing key points and assessing your knowledge retention.

Tailored to meet standards set by organizations like OSHA, this course is an invaluable resource for those seeking to develop accident investigation skills, comply with safety regulations, and elevate overall safety in the workplace.

Employers benefit from the course's emphasis on due diligence, ensuring that drivers understand the complexities of safe driving, including potential traffic collision risks. Upon completion, each participant receives a certificate, marking a commitment to responsible and safety-conscious driving practices. 

Join us in fostering a culture of road safety excellence – enroll in our Online Driver Safety Course today.

Driver Safety Course Outline

The curriculum of this course consists of four modules. Here is the complete description of all the modules:


Module 1 Essential driver safety and vehicle maintenance
Module 2 Different types of vehicle safety features
Module 3 What a safe driver needs to do while driving any type of vehicle, considering potential driving stress triggers.
Module 4 Road hazards and how controls are used to minimize risk

Key Points on Online Driver Safety Training

These are the essential aspects explained in our Online Driver Safety Training course:

  1. Shared Responsibility: Driver safety is a joint commitment of both employees and employers.

  2. Varied Hazards: Distinct risks exist from drivers, vehicles, and the road.

  3. Due Diligence: Employers must demonstrate due diligence by providing comprehensive safe driving training, including considerations for assessment testing.

  4. OHS Compliance: Canada Safety Training Centre's Safe Driving Course helps meet Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) requirements.

  5. Tailored Training: Our course addresses driving challenges, fostering a safety-conscious culture.

  6. Enhanced Safety Culture: Stay OHS compliant and promote a heightened sense of responsibility for safety within your organization.

Who Needs Driver Safety Training?

Whether you're a seasoned driver or new to the road, our Driver Safety Training is tailored for:

  1. Professional Drivers: Enhance your skills and ensure compliance with safety standards.

  2. Fleet Operators: Safeguard your team and vehicles and maintain a secure operation.

  3. Businesses: Fulfill due diligence, foster a safety culture, and reduce the risk of accidents.

  4. Individuals: Acquire essential knowledge for safe and responsible driving practices.

No matter your role, our training empowers you to navigate the road safely, contributing to a secure driving environment.

Here are the industries that benefit from our driver safety training:

  1. Manufacturing

  2. Construction

  3. Warehousing

  4. Oil and Gas

  5. Health Care

  6. Schools/Colleges/Universities

  7. Transportation

  8. Automotive

Why is our Online Driver Safety Certification the Best?

Canada Safety Training offers online courses with several advantages. We pride ourselves on being an industry leader in content, delivery, and affordability, ensuring you receive the necessary knowledge to succeed.

Our top five benefits of online defensive driving training are as follows:



Comprehensive Learning

Enjoy the flexibility to pause and replay the course for thorough understanding.

Exam Confidence

Benefit from unlimited exam attempts to ensure mastery.

Instant Certificates

Print and download certificates instantly and as often as required.


Save on training costs with our affordable online safety courses.

Environmental Impact

Embrace the green initiative with minimal carbon impact compared to traditional classroom training.

Choose excellence in driver safety training with our online certification, offering unparalleled benefits for your learning journey.

Enroll in Online Safe Driving Classes in 4 Easy Steps

Ensuring your company complies with safety standards has never been easier, thanks to Canada Safety Training's streamlined four-step process:

  1. Step 1: Create your account.

  2. Step 2: Purchase bulk online safe driving certification courses.

  3. Step 3: Assign courses to your employees.

  4. Step 4: Track employee progress and certificates.

Completed Driver Safety Certificate Online? Here is what you have learned!

After completion of this course, you should be able to understand the following:

  1. Safe Driving Techniques: Mastered essential driving techniques to navigate various road conditions.

  2. Vehicle Safety Awareness: Acquired knowledge on maintaining and ensuring the safety of your vehicle.

  3. Hazard Recognition: Developed skills in identifying and responding to potential hazards on the road.

  4. Regulatory Compliance: Learned about OHS standards, ensuring compliance with safety regulations.

  5. Emergency Response: Gained insights into effective responses to emergencies on the road.

  6. Continuous Learning: Equipped with revisiting course materials for ongoing learning and reinforcement.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is defensive driving?

Defensive driving is a proactive approach to road safety that involves anticipating and responding to potential hazards to prevent accidents and ensure a safe driving experience.

Is the course entirely online, or are there in-person components? 

The defensive driving course is entirely online, offering flexibility for learners to complete the training at their own pace without any in-person components.

How long does the course take to complete?

The course typically takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

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