Nelson Howe, Manager, Education, Commercial Training, Program Implementation, & CoR, Saskatchewan Trucking Association
With the second quarter of 2022 well underway, the notion of becoming a best-in-class carrier has become even more important. Currently, in Saskatchewan, many carriers are experiencing difficulties with driver shortages and industry engagement with prospective entrants into the profession.
Kelsey Hipkin, AMTA Staff Writer
Human trafficking survivor shares stories, statistics and the importance of having a safe place
Like many of us, Liz Williamson, 35, has been working from her home throughout the COVID-19 restrictions. Like many of us, she’ll prepare dinner and await her spouse’s return from work. But unlike many of us, Williamson, the Canadian Training Specialist with Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT), had a long journey to get to where she is today because she was a victim of human sex trafficking from the age of six to 23. The first perpetrator? Her own mother.
the British Columbia Trucking Association
Now that electronic logging devices (ELDs) are on their way to becoming mandatory in all jurisdictions across Canada, it’s time for carriers to begin the process of fully implementing them in their vehicles. The majority of trucks on our highways already use ELDs, and we have had plenty of time to become well-versed in their use. Many early adopters have had a head start on ELD implementation and made the shift from paper logs to certified automatic electronic logs to ensure the transition goes smoothly. If you have not already, now is the time to investigate which certified device will work best for your fleet.