• Welcome to TowSafe

  • Welcome to TowSafe

  • Welcome to TowSafe

$19.95

For one year per employee for companies that have 10 or more employees.

$24.95

For one year per employee for companies with 5-9 employees.

TowSafe is brought to you by Tow Times to teach towing and recovery professionals workplace safety whether they are on the roadside, in the office or in the shop.

TowSafe is easy to incorporate into your company’s safety approach – and economical too.

What you get

A one-year (12 issues) subscription to Tow Times for every person you enroll. Enrolled employees do not have to be drivers. Enrollees can be dispatchers, part-time drivers, mechanics, owner - anyone you choose.

A quarterly test (with answer key) based on the previous three months of Tow Times’ safety columns.

A quarterly 18 x 24-inch safety poster to display in your break-room, office, dispatch area or shop – anywhere employees congregate – to engage workers and help your company meet OSHA and insurance requirements.

Certificate of Achievement for enrollees who complete and pass four quarters’ (one year) worth of classes and tests.

About TowSafe

TowSafe is a program that can help you save money by preventing towing and recovery accidents, employee injuries and reducing losses through education. Under the TowSafe program, you host monthly safety meetings using the Tow Times Safety Meeting column written by Patrick Gratzianna, a fire department battalion chief who grew up in a Chicago towing family for over 25 years.

Contact TowTimes @ 407.706.6796

for more information about how to enroll today

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