Easy Guide to Cardio Training

By Daniel Palmer on November 1, 2017 Some guys have a bad habit of spending way too much time on weights, and not nearly enough time on the treadmill. We get it – you want to max your workout time, and a half hour on the bike or rowing machine sometimes just doesn’t feel … Read More

Mentorship Program

There are several perks to being a member of SafetyDriven – TSCBC. Take the mentorship program for example. SafetyDriven advisors are industry experts and offer you their knowledge and experience for free and in confidence. SafetyDriven advisors are ready to answer questions from employers, managers, and owner-operators. Below are some of the benefits of our … Read More

Operating within the 160km

For many years, drivers and some carriers were under the illusion that Hours of Service records were not important if a log book was not required.  Nothing is further from the truth. The same hours have to be kept and complied with either by the driver or by the carrier. However, if drivers are operating … Read More

How to Get Drunk, Not Fat

By Adam Bisby on November 7, 2017 We’ve all been there: you just spent a couple hours at the pub, and on the walk home some kind of invisible force pulls you, kicking and screaming, toward a 24-hour pizzeria, fast-food restaurant or hot dog stand. OK, maybe it was your late-night appetite that practically … Read More

Got Them Apps?

Parking used to be a pain in the behind for truckers. As technology has gotten better over the years, it has improved the lives of truck drivers. Some apps one can download are simply brilliant. Take, for example, the Park My Truck App and the Trucker Path App. Both can be downloaded from the App … Read More

Are Your Tires up to the Job?

October 2017, – Department by Jack Roberts, Senior Editor Nothing matters more than proper air pressure when it comes to getting optimal service life out of your tires. But all the air pressure checks in the world aren’t going to do any good if you’re running the wrong tire for the type of work … Read More

1 – 2 – 3 They’re ready!

Did you see the Speaker Series this past summer at the Apna Truck Show?  Whether you have or not, we hope you’ll be pleased with this news!  All sessions were videotaped and we’re happy to announce they’re ready for viewing. Last summer SafetyDriven – TSCBC hosted the Speaker Series where we had Shea Emry, a … Read More

New Notification Process for Missing Commercial Vehicle Drivers

BCTA 2017-10-23 14:04 BCTA and fellow trucking associations across Canada now have a coordinated process for sharing notifications from members in the rare case when a professional commercial vehicle driver goes missing on the job. Missing Driver Notifications are a community service BCTA developed for members as well as non-members in the motor carrier industry, … Read More