CLE Home Study credit available until 12/31/2022

Driver Distraction from Cell Phones by Jeffrey Hickman, Ph.D.

59 minute


Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc. invites you to join Jeffrey S. Hickman, Ph.D., Consultant, for a free, one-hour continuing education, on-demand webinar, “Driver Distraction from Cell Phones.” This on-demand presentation will be available until December 31, 2022.

Course Description: is a one-hour presentation designed to help participants understand the application of human factors to driver distraction in vehicle crashes. Driver distraction from cell phones is a debated topic in transportation safety. This course provides an overview of the driver distraction problem, how to define driver distraction, the current state of research in driver distraction with a focus on cell phones (including seminal studies), and methods to prove driver distraction from cell phones. Driver Distraction from Cell Phones

CLE Course Numbers: CO (812009), FL (2201557N), GA (55278), NC*, OR (87489), TX*

*Our self-reporting CLE states NC and TX. Please email us at CE@rimkus.com if you require a certificate of completion.

For CLE credit, you must log in individually, respond to random poll questions during the webinar, and provide your Bar number(s) while registering to ensure proof of participation. Participant’s log in/out time is automatically recorded by ON24; participation for a minimum of 50 minutes is required to be eligible for credit.

*This webinar is copyrighted by Rimkus for the private and confidential use of its employees and clients only. Any other use of this webinar, materials or any pictures, descriptions, or accounts of it without Rimkus’ expressed permission is prohibited.

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Jeffrey S. Hickman, Ph.D.


ASE, A Rimkus Company

Dr. Jeffrey Hickman is an ASE/Rimkus Human Factors Consultant with significant experience assisting clients in understanding issues related to occupational/industrial safety and vehicle operator behavior. His expertise is broadly defined as occupational/industrial safety and health, which includes behavioral safety, person-based safety, safety culture, prompts, warnings, safety management techniques, education and training, personal protective equipment, and operator health. His safety research and experience include human factors, behavior, fatigue, drowsiness, driver duty status, attention, glance patterns, electronic device use, regulations/policies, drugs and alcohol, warnings, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), automated driving systems (ADS), and many other safety technologies. Dr. Hickman holds a B.S. in psychology from the University of Florida and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

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