CTAis pleased to announce it has received a letter of “Completion of Technical Review 1” from the CFIA for the new, state-of-the art Trucking Food Safety Program
The BC Trucking Association (BCTA) predicts that most trucking companies are unlikely to allow higher speeds among their fleets and will stick to current best practices regarding safety and fuel efficiency despite changes to posted speed limits
Over the last two decades most bankruptcies have been related to the price of diesel fuel. When fuel prices go up at the same time demand drops then more fleets close their doors
Federal Transport Minister Lisa Raitt this week announced a statutory review of Canada’s transportation legislation a year ahead of schedule.
Posted Friday June 20, 2014 in Operations/safety
Transport Canada announced forthcoming amendments to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations which include provisions to harmonize placarding requirements with the US while at the same time providing more accurate information