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Who We Are

Accident Awareness Inc. is committed to educating the public to the dreadful realities of fatal motor vehicle collisions, how quickly they can occur, and the grim aftermath that always accompanies these tragedies.

We accomplish this task through innovative crash displays, digital presentations, videos and large exhibition shows.

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Our Programs are COMPLETELY FREE

Elementary Student Program

Designed for intermediate students, Accident Awareness created our traffic safety program, "Making Sense of It" to educate young people about safety issues and the importance of safety equipment.

High School Presentation

Accident Awareness provides a motivational digital media presentation for teens based on extensive research on dangerous driving and accident prevention.

Mature Driver Review

Our Senior presentation is a 1-hour safety review for mature drivers & pedestrians that can be viewed individually or presented to a group.

Company Employee Program

This presentation is geared toward companies where employees utilize company vehicles for daily duties, or commute or carpool to work.

Online Digital Presentation

Our multimedia presentations can be delivered online to your school when social distancing is prefered.

Live Presentation

We bring an actual crash vehicle, along with displays and/or multimedia presentation for either indoor or outdoor events.

Bob Annan Co-Founder Bob is a retired Police Officer who served thirty-eight years on the Toronto Police Service & Durham Regional Police Service. Facebook Twitter Linkedin
John Hinds Co-Founder John is a retired Sergeant and 30-year veteran officer in the GTA. A major part of John's career has dealt with traffic. Facebook Twitter Linkedin
Diane Belzile Quebec Wide Speaker 23-year member of the Montreal Police Service. Facebook
Phil Mapley Ontario Wide Speaker A member of the York Regional Police Service for the past 31 years. Facebook