Cobert Safety Professionals, L.L.C.
PO BOX 1702
Sebastopol CA 95473
info@cobertsafetyprofessionals.com

Safety, It’s for Life.

At Cobert Safety Professionals, we believe that when it comes to safe driving, education and awareness save lives. That is why our public safety professionals provide defensive driving education programs using evidence-based curriculum.

Our National Safety Council Courses teach drivers to take responsibility for their driving decisions, understand the dangers of risk taking, and recognize poor decision-making. Our driver improvement courses have been proven to reduce recidivism and save lives.

Cobert Safety Professionals also offers consultation, assessment and dynamic training for the safety and security of your work place. Ask us how our public safety professionals can help to keep you and your facility safe and secure.

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Alive at 25

Young drivers are involved in fatal crashes at more than twice the rate of all others. That is why our public safety professionals provide the National Safety Council’s Alive at 25 defensive driving classroom education course. This curriculum has proven to work with young drivers 15 to 25 years of age in taking responsibility for their driving decisions and to save lives. The class engages young drivers at a critical point in their lives to understand the dangers of risk taking and poor decision making while driving.

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DDC 4 — Defensive Driving Course

DDC 4 is an interactive and effective way to train drivers. With DDC 4, you can influence and challenge participants to change their behind-the-wheel behaviors and attitudes so they will choose to drive safely, responsibly and lawfully, and provide participants with basic knowledge, skills and techniques to avoid collisions and decrease future violations.

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Court Programs

The National Safety Council’s Alive at 25 and Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving Courses are used by courts, probation departments, DMV’s and district attorneys as educational tools. These curriculums are evidence based, statistically supported, proven to reduce recidivism and paid for by the violator.

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Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving

Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving is an eight hour National Safety Council driver improvement classroom course. It is designed for drivers of all ages, addresses the attitudes of problem drivers and changes driving behaviors. Participants will see that the choices they make have financial, legal and personal consequences; and they will learn to take responsibility for their actions.

Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving is used extensively for court referrals, drivers with excessive and or serious traffic violations and for pre and post sentencing diversion programs. It is recommended for speed violators, DUI's and those driving with suspended licenses. Students take a behavioral assessment and create an individualized action plan, leading them to change behaviors and become safer drivers.

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Fleet Safety

Some of the companies that use the DDC 4 defensive driving course for fleet safety include: 3M, Pillsbury, Shell Oil, Dow Chemical Company, Air Guard, Pepsi, railroad companies, Detroit Edison, Dominion Power, Commonwealth Edison, Peoples Gas, and NICOR Gas Companies.

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Other Safety Services

Our experienced and certified public safety instructors provide First Aid, Tactical First Aid and CPR certifications.

We also provide employment backgrounds, scenario training and facility security and safety reviews to help prevent crime and accidents in schools, places of worship and businesses.

National Safety Council

National Safety Council

Cobert Safety Professionals™ LLC is proud to be an independent training center for the National Safety Council, which has over 100 years in the safety business.

Truancy Services

Cobert Safety Professionals has adopted The Change Companies® Forward Thinking Interactive Journaling® Series to address the most common issues contributing to truancy.

These cognitive-behavioral courses, “Responsible Behavior” and “What Got Me Here,” are each delivered in an 8-hour Saturday class and utilizes evidence-based strategies to assist youth involved in, or at risk of entering, the criminal justice system. The courses help young people to make positive changes to their thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

The Forward Thinking Interactive Journaling® Series was developed in collaboration with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Juvenile Justice's Interactive Journaling® Charter.