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25 Years of Making a Difference with Fatal Vision®

Published July 21, 2022

How a veteran police officer has made an impact with Fatal Vision® Alcohol Impairment Goggles.   In 1996 Innocorp, Ltd. launched its first product: the Fatal Vision® Alcohol Impairment Goggle. Innocorp created this new tool to simulate an estimated blood alcohol concentration (BAC) impairment of .17 to .20+ and help traffic safety professionals deliver an engaging […]

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Fatal Vision® Goggles a Hit with New England College Students During River Day


Opioid, marijuana, and alcohol impairment goggles used to engage and educate.   COVID-19 has disrupted all our lives. For New England College in New Hampshire, the pandemic delayed its use of three Fatal Vision® product kits — the Marijuana Campaign Kit, the Alcohol Campaign Kit, and the Opioid Program Kit — for two years. But […]

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3 Opioid Abuse Prevention Tips for High School Educators

Published July 19, 2022

Make sure your lessons stick with students by using these helpful tips.   Today, more young people are being exposed to opioids than ever before, making education about opioid abuse more vital than ever.   According to one study, an estimated 27% of adolescents (ages 12-17) and young adults (ages 18-25) reported using prescription opioids in […]

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FAQs About Our Distracted Driving Simulators

Published June 24, 2022

Find answers to your driving simulator questions in this blog post!   It can be challenging to help teens, and young adults understand the dangers of impaired driving without any risk to their safety. That’s where hands-on tools like our distracted driving simulators come in!   Our driving simulators are some of the most impactful […]

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5 Resources for New Alcohol Awareness Program Ideas

Published June 22, 2022

Keep your program fresh and engaging with ideas from these sources.   Teaching young people about serious topics like alcohol abuse is no small task. There’s a lot of competition for their attention, and engaging with them in a meaningful way can be challenging. That’s why it’s essential that, as an educator, you’re always looking […]

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4 Drowsy Driving Prevention Ideas for Young Adults

Published May 24, 2022

Help spread awareness of drowsy and distracted driving with these educational ideas.   Drowsy driving may not be illegal, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t dangerous and worthy of having serious conversations about. The consequences of drowsy driving are especially critical to share with young adults, who often don’t get as much sleep as they […]

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5 Essential Opioid Abuse Prevention Tips & Statistics

Published May 12, 2022

Use this helpful information in your opioid abuse prevention program.   Opioid misuse and abuse aren’t always well-understood topics. After all, opioids are legal when prescribed by a medical professional, but they can lead to a slippery slope toward addiction when misused.   Sharing real-life statistics and tips can help participants in your opioid abuse […]

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4 Things to Think About Before Getting a Distracted Driving Simulator

Published April 27, 2022

Consider these things before investing in a simulator for your distracted driving program.   Distracted driving simulators are a powerful tool for use in distracted driver programs. We routinely hear from educators about the impact the simulator experience has on their students since they allow for engagement in the learning process beyond reading a book […]

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6 Alcohol Awareness Program Ideas for College Students

Published April 18, 2022

Share the importance of alcohol safety with these engaging program ideas. Heading off to college is one of the most exciting times in a young person’s life, but with all of their newfound independence, it’s also crucial to teach them about alcohol safety. Here are some alcohol awareness programs to consider adding to your orientation […]

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6 Alcohol Awareness Activities for High School Students

Published March 30, 2022

Learn how to reach student audiences with these alcohol education activities.   One of the great challenges for educators is how to reach young drivers best and warn them about the dangers of drinking and driving. Hands-on, engaging activities and resources are often one of the most impactful and long-lasting ways to get your lessons […]

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