Anderson Haulage, OTA, Host Ontario Police Commercial Vehicle Committee

The Ontario Police Commercial Vehicle Committee (OPCVC) held its annual general meeting today in Gormley, Ont. The event was hosted by OTA member Anderson Haulage with members participating in-person and virtually.

OPCVC is comprised of all frontline Ontario police officers, including provincial (OPP) and municipal services that are Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) certified by the MTO. The committee was established in 2009 to build working relations between all policing partners, MTO and the trucking industry to support road safety initiatives across the province.

“We are pleased to host and support our police and MTO safety partners,” said Michael Anderson, Anderson Haulage president and OTA’s secretary treasurer. “Today’s meeting provided an opportunity for information sharing and key updates amongst OPCVC members. It also provided us a chance to share the history and scope of our family business and for OTA to highlight its key road safety priorities.”

OPCVC operates under the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police Traffic Safety Committee and conducts initiatives year-round to improve commercial vehicle safety in the province, including joint enforcement blitzes and educational interactions with the trucking industry.

OTA works with OPCVC on a regular basis for the promotion of truck safety and to ensure police forces across the province have a direct connection to the association and its membership.

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