As part of our educational programs, we offer Oklahoma teachers and instructional driving schools free classroom materials.  Order our safe driving fact sheet, truck fact sheet and folder below. The materials are a way to reach students with our message. We encourage students to use our folders for homework!

Oklahoma Safety Council Alive at 25 Driver Safety Course2019-02-19T20:51:04-06:00


What is Alive at 25?

The Alive at 25 program is focused on you adults between the age of 15-24. The purpose of this program is to educate young drivers to adopt safer driving practices, take responsibility for their behavior in driving situations and to be aware of peer pressure and environmental distractions.

Alive at 25 is a defensive driving course developed by the National Safety Council and is designed to prevent car crashes involving young drivers. Oklahoma Safety Council offers this course to drivers ages 15-24 FREE of charge through a grant from the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office; it is taught exclusively by trained police officers driver’s education instructors and is taught in one 4 hour session.

Rachel Meinke (405)848-8686 
[email protected]

Oklahoma Farm Bureau Safety Services2019-02-19T20:48:20-06:00


The Safety Services Division offers a variety of programs for adults, teenagers, and children. All programs are free of charge to the general public, with the exception of the Defensive Driving course. Contact Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Safety Services Director to learn how to bring OKFB’s safety programs to your local community, school or gathering.

Micah Martin 
[email protected]

Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office – Statewide Traffic Safety Outreach2019-02-19T20:50:17-06:00


The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office and The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office partner to provide traffic safety education and outreach statewide. The full-time deputy brings impaired driving demonstration equipment, a distracted driving simulator and occupant protection education.

Sgt. Kelcey Frazier 
 [email protected]

Oklahoma Highway Patrol – Impaired Driving Liaisons2019-02-19T20:50:41-06:00


Oklahoma Troopers coordinate regional multi-jurisdiction events that occur on a regular basis, to include checkpoints and saturation patrols, public information and education events, along with media events when appropriate. In addition, the liaisons conduct visits with local law enforcement agencies in support of national highway safety initiatives including the “Click It or Ticket” mobilization and the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” coordinated enforcement events. Troopers are available in these areas to provide outreach and educational activities as requested.

Lt. Christopher Arnall (Impaired Driving) 
[email protected]

Oklahoma Challenge2019-02-19T20:52:58-06:00


The Oklahoma Challenge’s purpose is to empower FCCLA/OK SkillsUSA youth leaders to make distracted-free driving and seat belt wearing accepted and expected through friends talking to friends. Research shows this peer to peer model is the most successful at changing behavior. The “Educational Alternatives” program recruits school teams to attend leadership conference and trainings across the State.

Linda Terrell 
(405) 416-5448
 [email protected]

OK SAFE – Seat Belts Are For Everyone2019-02-19T20:53:17-06:00


The SAFE (Seatbelts Are For Everyone) Program is a cooperative effort to increase teen restraint use through education and positive rewards combined with law enforcement. SAFE is a partnership between students, law enforcement, and traffic safety advocates designed to bring awareness to the importance of wearing seat belts to reduce the number and severity of KAB crashes among Oklahoma’s high school students. The project will maintain efforts already established with at least 8 Oklahoma schools and expand the program to new schools that are not currently participating. Law enforcement agency participation and support will be solicited in targeted areas by the LE Outreach Representative.

Norraine Wingfield 
(800) 416-2522 
[email protected]

Safe Kids Oklahoma – Child Passenger Safety and Pedestrian Safety2019-02-19T20:53:31-06:00

Safe Kids Oklahoma provides Child Passenger Safety activities in the Oklahoma City metro area, tribal jurisdictions, and other designated rural areas of Oklahoma statewide. Safe Kids Oklahoma provides distribution programs, car seat inspection stations, and educational opportunities for parents and caregivers. Safe Kids Oklahoma also provides pedestrian and bicyclist safety education through events and activities such as Walk this Way, Spot the Tot, Bike Rodeos, Bike to School Day, and other related events/activities targeting children who walk, or bike to school.

Safe Kids Oklahoma – Countdown to Drive2019-02-19T20:53:47-06:00


Safe Kids created Countdown2Drive, a national education program designed to help parents begin a discussion about what teens need to do before they drive to demonstrate they are ready for the responsibility of taking the family car on the road. This initiative is an easy to use, Web-based program designed to help parents discuss and reinforce key safety habits with their kids that can protect them when riding with other drivers. These same behaviors will help keep teens safe after they earn a driver’s license.

Kim Gray
[email protected]

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) – Alcohol EDU2019-02-19T20:54:10-06:00


Through a partnership between the ODMHSAS and the Department of Education, the Alcohol EDU Program is available to all Oklahoma high schools. Features of the program allow students to travel virtually through a community to better understand the risks around drinking alcohol and apply their learning in the areas of blood alcohol concentration (BAC), standard drink definition, alcohol’s effects on the mind/body, protective strategies, bystander intervention, and laws that prohibit underage drinking and impaired driving.

Contact: Tiffani Henry 
[email protected]

State Farm Insurance – Teaching Teens to Drive2019-02-19T20:54:42-06:00



State Farm online resources are available for insurance discounts. Agents are available to visit with teen groups about the financial consequences of distracted driving and other topics. Steer Clear Driver’s Program & Teen Driving 101: Essential Skills

Contact: Jeff Davis
[email protected]

AAA Oklahoma – Take the Wheel2019-02-19T20:54:58-06:00


Take the Wheel, the classic parent-taught driver education program is a mix of driving and textbook assignments based on America’s number one driver education curriculum – the “AAA How to Drive” classroom based driver education curriculum. Take the Wheel is approved by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety.

Sheryl Adekoya 
[email protected]

Oklahoma Insurance Department – Insurance 1012019-02-19T20:55:14-06:00


Insurance 101 is a new teaching tool designed to show teens how bad driving decisions can cause financial pain. The 55-minute program includes three segments: a lecture to define basic insurance terms; a demonstration of how to request a quote; and an interactive, decision-making game. 
The lesson plans and all hands-on tools are free for educators to use. Materials available for download. 
The Oklahoma Insurance Department can also send an expert to teach the Insurance 101 by request.

Contact: Tracy Keeley 
(918) 295-3712
 [email protected]

Operation Life Saver2019-02-19T20:55:32-06:00


At Operation Lifesaver, our top priority is to educate people on how to be safe around highway-rail grade crossings and railroad tracks.

Trains today are often bigger, faster and quieter than ever. Though diligent safety practices and engineering advancements have reduced the numbers of injuries and fatalities at highway-rail crossings, incidents resulting from rail trespass–often involving young people–remain a constant challenge. Predictions for a substantial boost in rail travel mean that in the near future there will be more trains on busier tracks, giving OL’s mission to reach kids, teens and young adults added urgency. Help us by using the appropriate K-12 lesson plan, listed below, to share important rail safety education messages with your students.

Contact: Mark Sexton, 
Oklahoma Executive Director of Operation Lifesaver 
(405)202-0856 [email protected]

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration – Tips for Traveling Safely in Work Zones2019-04-12T18:22:34-05:00

On average, over 700 fatalities occur in work zones each year. Commercial motor vehicle (CMV) and passenger vehicle drivers both need to be particularly careful while traveling through work zones. Trucks and buses have limited maneuverability and large blind spots, both of which make operating in these areas more challenging for them. In fact, large trucks are disproportionately involved in work zone crashes.

American Trucking Association Share the Road Instructional Video2019-02-19T20:55:50-06:00

Share the Road Professional Truck Drivers offer motorists unique insights into the limits of tractor-trailers and what drivers can do to safely maneuver around large vehicles on the highway.

Oklahoma Department of Transportation – Work Zone Safety Awareness2019-04-12T18:21:49-05:00

Safety Tips to Live By! Follow these tips to help keep you, other motorists and work zone employees safe:

  • Stay Alert! Dedicate your full attention to the roadway.
  • Set Aside Distractions! Avoid using mobile phones or changing radio stations while driving in the work zone.
  • Focus on Safe Driving!
  • Buckle Up! Safety belts save lives.
  • Pay Close Attention! Merge when directed, and pay attention to all signs and work zone flaggers.
  • Turn on Your Headlights! Be visible to workers and other drivers.
  • Don’t Speed! Note the posted speed limits in and around the work zone.
  • Don’t Tailgate!
  • Keep Up with the Traffic Flow!
  • Don’t Change Lanes in the Work Zone!
  • Don’t Drink and Drive! Impairment is a danger to everyone using the highways.
  • Plan Ahead! Expect delays and leave early so you can reach your destination on time.
  • Be Patient! Work zones aren’t there to inconvenience you; crews are working to improve the road to make your future drive better.

For more information and tips visit: ODOT Work Zone Awareness

National Safety Council Oklahoma Driving Concern Program2019-03-29T21:47:26-05:00


Our Driving Concern: Oklahoma Employer Traffic Safety Program
We work with Oklahoma employers to promote safe driving practices among their employees, both on and off the job. The goal is to proactively combat the costly toll of crashes by helping employers understand risky driving behaviors and liability exposure.

Our Driving Concern provides resources on distracted driving, drowsy driving, aggressive driving, passenger restraint, impaired driving and other traffic safety topics. Our Driving Concern offers FREE tools and resources to managers, HR professionals and safety instructors to help you build a company-wide traffic safety program.

Our Driving Concern: Oklahoma Employer Traffic Safety Program Resources:

  • Comprehensive training programs
  • Train-the-trainer workshops
  • Webinars
  • eNewsletters
  • Safety Talk/Tailgate Talk materials and handouts
  • Safety Coach Cards
  • Diverse speakers
  • Resources for company health fairs
  • Fact sheets, posters
  • Live with Lisa vlogs
  • Know Safety, No Crashes blog posts

For more information about the Our Driving Concern Oklahoma Employer Traffic Safety Program

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Lisa Robinson, Senior Program Manager
, National Safety Council
[email protected]