COR – Don’t Let The Details Get You

Did you know that there are processes and deadlines associated with COR, and it is important you understand and follow them? You could put your certification at risk without realizing it, simply by missing a few COR details, such as dropping a process or missing a deadline associated with a COR audit. All it could … Read More

WorkSafeBC Job Posting

Do you have experience in the transportation industry and/or road safety? Are you passionate about developing and implementing strategic initiatives to ensure people who drive for work return home safely at the end of every day? Are you interested in partnering with industry stakeholders to develop programs that will make work safer and help those … Read More

WorkSafeBC Rate Consultation Sessions Postponed

Have you registered to attend a WorkSafeBC session regarding WorkSafeBC’s preliminary rates for 2017? If so, you’ll need to know they have cancelled the July dates. Here’s what they have to say: “As you may have seen on, all rate consultation sessions for the proposed 2018 rates are being postponed to late summer/early fall … Read More

So, you think you can drive distracted?

Lionel Johnston, Corporate Marketing Manager, Bison Transport Whether you are a professional truck driver or just part of the general motoring public, distracted driving is probably something we’ve all done, likely even without thinking about it. Some common examples of distracted driving are when you’re heading down the highway and your phone buzzes: it’s your … Read More

Free Courses for ANYONE? Yup.

As many of you know, SafetyDriven – TSCBC has partnered with Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety (CCOHS) to offer over 80 online courses hand-picked for our members.  These courses are free to all members of SafetyDriven in good standing allowing them to purchase up to the value of $2000 annually, with a further … Read More

Accommodating the Use of Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

Trucking HR Canada – Avoiding discrimination on the basis of disability As the use of medical marijuana becomes more prevalent, employers are encouraged to place a high priority on ensuring they meet their legal obligations towards employees requiring the use of medical marijuana, and, in particular, their duties towards such employees. Accommodating medical marijuana … Read More

Check with CAM before Hiring a Mover

The Canadian Association of Movers (CAM) is a non-profit supporting businesses in moving and storage. Moving and Storage companies under classification unit #732030 are also members of SafetyDriven – Trucking Safety Council of BC. The Canadian Association of Movers (CAM) is the only trade association that represents the interests of the household goods moving industry … Read More