Canadian Trucking Alliance president Stephen Laskowski told media that all commercial semi truck drivers should be required to take mandatory training.
CTA believes the actions of the individual driver charged for the Humboldt tragedy should not be treated in isolation. Instead, the events of April 6 should be a catalyst to finally deal with a small segment of the trucking industry that chooses not to adhere to safety regulations.
CTA would like to commend the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba for their recent acknowledgement of the importance of introducing mandatory entry level training for our sector
Posted Wednesday February 14, 2018 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
The Ontario Trucking Association is appealing to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development to open funding for commercial truck driver training through the ‘Second Career’ programs.
Following several high profile commercial vehicle collisions, OTA says the key to commercial vehicle safety is improving on the human element of truck safety performance: