How ‘risky’ a trucking company is in the eyes of its insurance provider extends beyond claims involving collisions with other vehicles or property. This week’s blog from CarriersEdge discusses how trucking companies can best prevent workplace injuries beyond collision.
The 2023 Brake Safety Week is this week! Running August 20-26. This week’s blog from the team at Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC offers practical tips for being prepared, staying safe, and passing inspection.
More big-hearted, community-minded carriers invited to join Network (TORONTO: July 28, 2023) Food insecurity touches the lives of more Canadians than ever. That’s why the Trucks for Change Network (T4C) has renewed its commitment to The For GOOD Foundation (TFGF) to provide transportation services until the end of 2023.
A strong job training program is essential for a safe and productive workforce. This week’s blog from CarriersEdge poses a few tips to developing effective driver training and keeping people engaged.
Fraud continues to be a top concern in trucking, as cargo theft, scammers, and thieves are becoming savvier on how to exploit trucking technology. This week’s blog from Truckstop and Roanoke discusses supply chain cargo theft tactics and how you can protect your business.
CarriersEdge continues to expand its library of training courses, and has released two new courses on mental health and personal security for truck drivers. This week’s blog discusses these two new courses and how important they are for driver well-being.
CHET students, trainers, and administrators are receiving full access to the Enriched Academy platform and resources through a new partnership. This week’s blog from CHET covers the Enriched Academy program offers, and how important financial literacy is.
Congratulations to GFL’s Brittany Loraas, GFL’s Director of HR and Liquid Operations, for being recognized as one of The Peak’s Emerging Leaders for 2023! This week’s blog post covers the announcement from GFL.
Earlier this year the Minister of Transport announced that the Government of Canada is investing up to $46.3 million to Trucking Human Resources Canada under the Sectoral Workforce Solutions Program. The organization’s Driving Economic Recovery project will provide training subsidies and wage subsidies to support the recruitment, training, and onboarding of up to 1,400 new truck drivers and 1,200 workers for other in-demand occupations within the trucking sector.
Meet Melissa De Caravalho, an incredibly determined woman who was told she couldn’t get her AZDS license, and went out and did it anyway. This week’s blog provided by @ConcreteCareers details who Melissa De Caravalho is, and why this incredible woman stepped up to the plate.