driver health

Business, Technology, Safety

Tech Company Worklete Uses Software to Build Good Trucker Habits


A San Francisco technology company is using software that offers a service to prevent trucking-related workplace injuries, by building habits for truckers and others in the freight industry.

Jim Stinson | Staff Reporter
February 14, 2019

Rolling Strong Announces Partnership with eTrueNorth

Rolling Strong, which provides driver wellness programs for transportation companies, their drivers and owner-operators, announced a partnership with the eTrueNorth network of local pharmacies.

Transport Topics
November 8, 2018
Safety, Logistics, Top 100, Perspective

Examining Sources of Driver Stress

The lifestyle of a truck driver can take a toll on emotional and physical health. Recent ATA statistics showed driver turnover rates in excess of 90% last year. (Getty Images)

In a 2017 study, researchers asked truck drivers about the profession. Here's what they learned, and how it could impact the future.

Stephanie Thomas | Clinical Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management, University of Arkansas
August 20, 2018

FMCSA Panels Give Approval for Driver Health Measures


WASHINGTON — A pair of commercial driver health-related measures won approval from Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration advisory panels last week.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
October 31, 2016

Wellness Coaches USA's No. 1 Tip

Austin Zuerlein and Gene McGuire of Wellness Coaches USA give their No. 1 piece of advice on keeping drivers healthy. Watch more of their interview during our May 18, noon EDT LiveOnWeb on Driver Health from A to Zzzzz at

May 16, 2016

Celadon's Paul Will on Stephen Russell

Celadon Group Chairman and CEO Paul Will talks to Transport Topics' Neil Abt about the late founder of the company, Stephen Russell. See more of the Will interview during the May 18 LiveOnWeb at

May 14, 2016
Government, Business, Safety

Federal Advisory Committees Seek Private-Sector Input on Improving Driver Health

Eric Miller/Transport Topics

Members of two federal advisory committees met this week to discuss ways the private medical sector can help commercial vehicle drivers improve their general state of poor health.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
September 22, 2015