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Deer In The Headlights

The geese are flying overhead and the leaves are turning. That can only mean one thing for trucking professionals – more wildlife on the road. The two times a year when wildlife collision risk is highest are: from May to June and from October to January. So get ready for one of the busiest times … Read More


Safeguarding Your Investment

You are your own boss. You own your rig and bid for contracts, you do the driving, paperwork, taxes … As you wear all the hats at your small business, what are you doing to stay safe? If you get hurt, so does your business. You would be amazed at the people who think they … Read More


Introducing our new Board of Directors

The SafetyDriven – TSCBC welcomes a new Board of Directors. They represent all aspects of the trucking industry, including employers, safety representatives, industry union members, local police and representatives from government agencies such as ICBC and the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. All are committed to the SafetyDriven – TSCBC mandate of reducing the number … Read More


Speaker Series on Health & Safety

We had the pleasure of hosting the 2nd annual Speaker Series on Health and Safety at the 2017 APNA Trade Show. The presentations were informative and well-received by everyone in attendance. Full videos of each presentation will be available on our site soon, but in the meantime, here are some highlights from the Speaker Series. … Read More


Trucking Press Release

MEDIA RELEASE AWARDED FOR COMMITMENT TO SAFETY IN BC’s TRUCKING INDUSTRY Langley, BC / May 19, 2017 – SafetyDriven – Trucking Safety Council of BC (SafetyDriven – TSCBC) has honoured five companies for their commitment to keeping their workers and workplaces safe from injury, illness, and disease. All five companies earned their Certificate of Recognition … Read More


New Joint Committee Resources Now Available

WorkSafeBC – Vancouver New resources for joint committees and worker health and safety representatives are now available: An online course for worker health and safety representatives(4 hours) A joint health and safety committee evaluation tool and accompanying guide Joint health and safety committee resources for trainers The new resources relate to changes to the Occupational … Read More


Day of Mourning

Across Canada, April 28 has been designated the Day of Mourning. Every year workers, families, employers, and communities come together at ceremonies held around the province to remember those who have lost their lives to work-related incidents or occupational disease, and renew our commitment to creating healthy and safe workplaces. Vancouver’s Day of Mourning ceremony … Read More


Announcement for JHSC

Changes to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation relating to joint health and safety committees take effect April 3, 2017. These changes include: Amendments to the mandatory minimum training requirements for health and safety committee members and worker health and safety representatives Mandatory annual evaluation of joint committee effectiveness Clarification of what participation by employer … Read More


Myth Busters – Wildlife collisions don’t just happen!

As Spring approaches, the frequency of wildlife encounters along our highways will increase. Whether it is a bear, lynx, deer, elk or moose, most commercial drivers have experienced a close call with wildlife. It is generally accepted that collisions with wildlife are non-preventable, that drivers could not have done anything to avoid colliding with the … Read More