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Heat-Related Illnesses The heat of summer is in full swing. Each year in the United States, thousands of workers suffer from heat-related illnesses. While heat illnesses can affect all ...
Engage Drivers to Decrease Turnover It is no secret that the trucking industry as a whole struggles with driver turnover. On average, drivers stay with their employers for only one year, and that ...
Re-Emphasize Rear-End Crash Prevention Preventing large truck crashes has been and always will be a topic of discussion motor carriers have with their drivers. Large truck crashes cost the ...
Is It Possible to Cancel a Bond? We all know bonds are not the same as insurance. While bonds are considered to be a type of specialty insurance, and the surety is usually an insurance company, ...
FMCSA's New Crash Preventability Determination Program Contributed by Dave Osiecki, Scopelitis Transportation Consulting LLC Since the inception of the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program at the Federal ...
OSHA's Fourth Annual Safe + Sound Week The goal of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)'s annual event is a nationwide effort to increase awareness on the importance of workplace safety ...
Interpersonal Skills Interpersonal skills (aka soft skills) are character traits and behaviors we exhibit when interacting with other people. From your attitude and body language to ...
Turning the Page on the MCS-90 We covered the basics of the operation of the MCS-90 Endorsement on a previous blog post outlining how it relates to an insurance policy. To take it a step ...
Share the Road Many “Share the Road” initiatives speak to the drivers of passenger vehicles and focus on how to drive around large trucks, motorcyclists, etc. This approach is ...
Why In-House Premium Auditors Are Important The insurance underwriting process can be a daunting prospect, but it pays off to fully understand all the steps. When it comes to workers’ compensation and ...

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