Safety is Top of Mind

Safety is top of mind throughout our operations. It’s important to reduce risks everytime we can in an industry with lots of potential for dangerous accidents.

RoadCheck 2021 came and went as usual. But commitment to safety doesn’t end when blitz’s end. Our safety culture demands a commitment to safety everyday – at our yard, in our building, and it on the road. With a commitment to safety, blitz’s are just another day because drivers who commit to doing the job properly and safely, do the things necessary to operate in compliance with the regulations and have safe driving habits.

Pre-Trip Inspection: The Walk Around

You can begin your pre-trip as you approach your vehicle. Look for any obvious problems; fluid on the ground, any damage to the body, a slight lean indicating a flat tire or suspension problem . . . read more

Pre-Trip Inspection: Under the Hood

By completing a pre-trip you can avoid unnecessary breakdowns on the road, which come with hefty tow and roadside assistance fees. There are many things truck drivers have to inspect during the pre-trip inspection but today we’re focusing on what to look for under the hood . . . read more

Proper Trip Planning is More Important than Ever

Preparation is why truck drivers are professionals and the safest drivers on the road. Every trip should start with a plan and every day should begin with a plan. Proper trip planning saves a lot of headaches and is the difference between a smooth, profitable load and a nightmare . . . read more

Avoiding the Afternoon Burnout

This is an article about healthy ways to keep your energy up throughout the day. Although not a compliance issue, preventing fatigue driving is a big safety issue. It’s a good read. Share if you like it.

Trucking Winter Safety Supplies

Not a compliance article, but having the proper supplies for trucking in the winter could save your life.

5 Tips for Dealing with Aggressive Drivers

As a long haul truck driver you are more likely to run into aggressive diving situations and drivers than the average four-wheeler. Not only do you drive more miles than the average person, you are more aware of what is happening on the road. This is a skill that you have developed over years of driving every day.

Safety, Trucking, and RPM Trucking Industry

Just as truck driving is more of a lifestyle than a job; safety is more of a culture than just a set of policies or slogans. It takes the entire team with a dedication to a safe work environment to make our workplace safe for everyone. When we come to work we should expect to go home in the same condition as when we arrived.

Earn a Good Living with Len Dubois

We are able to ensure good miles and home time with regular Winnipeg-based clients, regular lanes and long-term clients. Our experienced team of dispatchers works hard to ensure that your time off and resets are taken at home, not on the road. For drivers, this equals above-average pay and the ability to enjoy a life outside of the truck.

Ask John About the $1000 Sign-On Bonus for Company Drivers and $2000 Sign-On Bonus for Owner Operator’s

  • Must have 2 years OTR experience
  • Must be able to cross the U.S border
  • 80% U.S miles
  • Must have a positive attitude about safety & compliance

Let’s have a conversation and see if we’re a good fit for you! Call John, Safety Manager/Driver Recruiter 1-888-590-2760 Ext 309 today.

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