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Online Driver Improvement Training
PLEASE NOTE: All in-person Alive at 25 classes have been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. The state of Maine has approved live, virtual classroom based training for Suspended License Reinstatement. Learn More
PLEASE NOTE: All in-person Driver Improvement Classes have been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. The state of New Hampshire has temporarily approved live, virtual classroom based training to be temporarily acceptable for driver improvement and point-reduction classes. Learn More
This National Safety Council course is accepted by the state of Maine for point reduction as an approved driver improvement program for 3-point license reduction.
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After submitting the form, you will receive segments from these NSC Online Courses:
Defensive Driving Online
Distracted Driving Online
Professional Truck Driver Online
First Aid, CPR and AED Online
OSHA’s interpretation of acceptable online First Aid training requires hands-on skills testing. The online NSC First Aid course satisfies the OSHA Workplace First Aid Standard when paired with skills testing by a NSC First Aid Instructor to ensure skills mastery, full OSHA compliance, as well as the safety of your workplace.
NSCNNE will be scheduling in-person skills testing when health & safety concerns surrounding COVID-19 no longer pose a risk for in-person training. The deadline for completing skills testing for individuals who have completed the First Aid, CPR & AED Online course has been temporarily extended from 45 days to 90 days. This policy change will be effective through June 30, 2020 and will be extended as needed. Learn More
Intended for employees who have a reasonably anticipated occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials, this course meets the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. A special chapter on airborne pathogens exceeds OSHA requirements and protects your employees against airborne illness as well. Learn More