Reducing Slips, Trips, and Falls Around the Truck

Slips, trips, and falls are one of the leading causes of workplace injuries. For drivers, these types of injuries commonly occur when improperly ...

Preventing Lane Change Crashes

Lane change crashes may be prevented if drivers recognize the hazards that increase the likelihood of a lane change crash and take defensive measures ...

How Truckers Can Fight Trafficking

Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is an organization committed to its mission of educating, equipping, empowering, and mobilizing members of the ...

What If Culture Is Not Your Problem?

When a motor carrier starts seeing a trend in vehicle crashes, employee injuries, or even turnover, it is easy to look at the company’s culture as ...

Aging and the Dangers of Winter Driving

The winter months bring shorter days and increased driving hazards due to adverse weather. The change in season can be difficult to adjust to, ...

How Does CannabidioL (CBD) Affect Motor Carriers?

CBD products, which are extracted from hemp or marijuana plants, have grown in popularity in recent years. Currently, each state treats CBD usage ...

Annual Clearinghouse Queries Due Jan. 5, 2021

A reminder that motor carriers' annual Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse queries are due Jan. 5, 2021.  Per ...

Ask the Safety Rep: Starting An Incentive Program

HOW CAN I CREATE AN EMPLOYEE SAFETY INCENTIVE PROGRAM? An employee safety incentive program, if part of a larger risk management strategy, can ...

Tips To Maximize Dock Safety

Loading docks are full of hazards that can lead to a serious injury or illness. Below is a list of safe work practices to follow when working on a ...

Preventing Cargo Theft During The Holidays

Cargo theft continues to plague the transportation industry. It may seem like cargo theft is a victimless crime, but it affects all of us because ...