Posts Tagged ‘ National Safety Code ’

Successful Ways to Winterize your Trucking Safety Plan

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As winter weather begins to make its way across BC, impacting our driving conditions with snow, ice, rain, fog, etc., it’s always best to be prepared with a safety plan. And those plans are ready for winter. The Shift into Winter resource website (for all your “ready for winter driving” needs) has released a new document called, Winterizing Your Safety Plan: Information for Commercial Carriers. This is great information to know and follow up on because, as an employer...

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8 Whys for Regulating Commercial Ridesharing and Other Passenger Transportation

UPDATE:  March 7, 2017 — British Columbia plans to introduce a series of improvements to help the taxi industry modernize and remain competitive, in anticipation of ride-sharing services coming to British Columbia by the holiday season at the end of 2017. In addition to these improvements, the Province will require the same safety standards for both taxis and ride-sharing providers in order to protect the public and drivers. As part of this, Class 4 licenses will be phased out for...

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