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Opening/Closing Trailer Doors Opening and closing trailer doors are two of the leading causes of work-related injuries for truck drivers. Read the information below, and ask yourself if there ...
Focusing on Lone Workers Lone workers are technically anyone who works by themselves without close or direct supervision.  Some examples would include sole and isolated fixed location ...
Backing Backing up a truck and hitting a stationary object is one of the most frequent causes of a loss for a trucking company. Read the information below on how to ...
Fall Driving Hazards Fall is quickly approaching, and with it comes seasonal hazards that can lead to animal strikes, loss of control crashes, and other losses. Dispatchers, driver ...
Tractor-Trailer Fires: What Do You Do? Tractor-trailer fires can result in devastating losses destroying trucks, trailers, and cargo. Fires can be the result of tires/brakes heating up, loss of axle ...
Providing a Workplace Free of Known Hazards Motor carriers are in a hazardous industry and face four types of loss exposures: financial, property, liability, and personnel. Financial exposures include ...
Speed Management Properly managing the truck’s speed requires skill and good judgment. Failure to do so could have tragic consequences. To avoid this, drivers must recognize the ...
Use Road Tests to Measure Driver Quality Motor carriers put a lot of faith in drivers. They are entrusted with very expensive equipment, valuable cargo, and customer trust. With all of this at stake, ...
OSHA Silica FAQs The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently released a set of 53 frequently asked questions for the construction industry. The questions are ...
Working Safely with Silica Exposures Last year, The Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) launched their Work Safely with Silica website. Designed as a one-stop source of information ...

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