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“Greetings from Road Safety Foundation”

The Road Safety Foundation is India’s No.1 Road Safety Research and Training Organization and dedicated to “saving lives and reducing injuries” on the roads. It is not-for-profit, publicly-supported charitable educational and research organization, registered under the section of 1860 of Maharashtra Society Act and Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 and managed by board of advisers; comprises individuals from diverse background having “expertise on Road Safety”.

The Road Safety Foundation is associated with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of USA, Monash Injury Research Institute Monash University” of Australia, Govt. of Maharashtra; Gujarat & Rajasthan, RTO, Education Departments, Traffic police and various other organizations. We have trained around 17,20,000 corporate executives across the levels (including drivers) from more than 5000+organizations & Road Safety Foundation has conducted more than 100000 km Route Risk Assessment, 250 road safety Study for companies like Tata Steel Ltd, JSW Steel Ltd, Adani Port & SEZ Ltd, Birla Copper, Hindalco, ACC Cement, Hindustan Unilever Ltd etc.


ROAD SAFETY FOUNDATION developed practical tools and systems including an interactive training methodology which could work even with illiterate drivers. The entire course is covered by classroom Lecture session, supported with visual aid, Video Films, and Multimedia Presentations. Road Safety Foundation has developed research-based driver training courses that are comprehensive, practical, and meet the requirements of different stake holders in the Indian environment. Over 550,000 drivers & 210,000 Corporate Executives have since been trained by Road Safety Foundation.

Each instructor is well trained to ensure the highest quality of subject matter delivery through a process of continuous re-training and evaluation. Instructors were selected for their ability to communicate with the varied levels of stakeholders, from illiterate lorry drivers from the unorganized sector, to drivers with disabilities, to the executives of leading corporate organizations.


Advance Road Safety and Defensive Driving Training Module
(1) Introduction and overview
1. Causes of accident
2. Statistics of accident
3. Indian traffic scenario
(2) Behavior Based Safety Training
(Our Behavior reason that push us towards Road Accident.)
1. Typical aggressive behavior
2. I have No Concern about Accident
3. Expertness
4. Supersisous
5. So much believe on Destiny
6. Other Road user behavior
7. Shortage of Time & Time Management
(3) Scientific Factors that affect our Driving Control
1. Effect of Centrifugal Force on a Curve and how to reduce the effect
2. Effect of Momentum Force on Braking
3. Effect of Inertia
(4) Roll Over Protection Training- Why Roll Over accidents happen, Effect of Centrifugal forces, what are the caused behind it and How can we avoid it. What is the Law of Turning/Cornering to avoid rollover accident?
(5) Vehicle Out of Control: Why vehicle get Out of control, what are the caused behind it , How can we avoid it
Method of Braking
How to Apply Brake in Sudden Condition/Hill Area/ Rainy Season.
Tire Design Pressure,
Work of Tires, Impotence of Tire Pressure and Tire Condition
Method of Clutching
How and When to Apply Clutch.
Shifting of Centre of Gravity
How CG shifts.
Braking Distance
Safe Braking Distance
Tire Burst
Why and How to control the Vehicle
Road Condition/Rash Driving/ Hydroplaning
(6) How to Re-control an out of control Vehicle in 1 Second(1 Second Rule)
(7) Other reasons Affecting Driver Control
1. Mobile Phone
2. Mental and Physical Condition
3. Effect of Medicine /Smoking
4. Target Fixation
5. Fatigue
6. Owned Behavior
7. Pet/Children/Music System/GPS
(8) Defensive Driving Techniques
1. How to be a Defensive driver
2. Driving in Winter
3. Driving in Rainy Season
4. Driving in Hilly Area
5. 3 Sec. Rule
6. Safe Overtaking Practices(EPDE Rule)
7. Safe Reversing Practices
8. Safe Parking Practices
9. Tailgating Technique
10. Speed Management
11. How to avoid rear end accidents.
(9) Emergency Control
1. During Brake Fail
2. During Tire Burst
3. During Skidding Vehicle
4. During Hydroplaning
5. During Steering Fails
6. How to control Vehicle when your Axle brake.
(10) Importance and Checklist of Pre Checks
(11) Traffic Control Devices- Road Signage, Road markings and Rules
(12) Truck/Trailer/HMV Safety Film
(13) Effect of a Accident on a Driver, His Family and Company.
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