XPO Logistics celebrated drivers with at least 1 million accident-free miles at a two-day celebration in Ann Arbor, Mich., in mid-June, including a question-and-answer session hosted by company CEO Brad Jacobs.
Improving truck crash data and monitoring high-risk carriers are a couple of key factors that will lead to improved heavy-truck safety, a panel of truck experts told a Senate Commerce subcommittee March 14.March 14, 2017
Truck safety concerns will be the focus of a Senate subcommittee hearing March 14.March 8, 2017
American Trucking Associations’ Safety Management Council saluted its National Truck Driver of the Year and National Safety Director of the Year on Oct. 26 at its Security and Human Resources National Conference and Exhibition in Oklahoma City.
Fleets that invest in safety technologies — from onboard cameras and telematics to active safety systems — are likely to see their investments pay off by helping to reduce or eliminate catastrophic risks and costly claims, insurance brokers and other experts said.
Documenting what you have done is a regular part of the trucking industry. At least it should be.August 22, 2016
Members of the Commerce Committee in the Senate will look at how the 2015 highway law is affecting safety on highways and rails, and boosting freight connectivity.July 12, 2016
Public comments on FMCSA’s Safety Fitness Determination proposed rule were scheduled to end at the close of business on June 23.June 23, 2016
Sales of active safety systems are rising and, as of next summer, the first versions will become mandatory on new U.S. heavy-duty tractors. Two of the largest suppliers to truck makers keep making the systems more capable, but no matter how sophisticated they get, they all start with anti-lock brakes.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration last week issued its final rule establishing new requirements for the sanitary transportation of human and animal food by truck and rail, to guard against food contamination.April 11, 2016