leetOwner previously covered the defense side’s perspective to avoid nuclear verdicts. Here is one plaintiff attorney’s advice to keep your fleet from becoming the next casualty.
FleetOwner previously covered the defense side’s perspective to avoiding nuclear verdicts. Now, here is one plaintiff attorney’s advice to prevent your fleet from becoming the next casualty.
Are There New Work-Safety Rules for My Reopened Business? Under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, employers are required to ensure that their workplaces are free from recognized hazards that cause or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to their employees. Therefore, businesses that are reopening need to reduce the risk of employees contracting Covid-19 in the workplace.
The future of workplace safety post-pandemic will include new technologies, including contact tracing and PPE wearables.
COVID-19 revealed weaknesses in traditional methods of risk management. The lessons learned can help create a stronger global economy.
Typically known for tracking vehicles with a “dots on a map” approach, telematics solutions are growing, changing, and becoming more robust than ever before. Telematics providers share some of the top, innovative uses for a telematics solution beyond simple vehicle tracking.
Source: Dakota Software Celebrated annually by the National Safety Council (NSC) since 1996, National Safety Month seeks to increase awareness of safety at work, at home, and within our communities. With a number of diverse resources made available to both its...
As trucking companies across the country deal with shelter-in-place orders during the coronavirus pandemic, one key strategy has been to have as many people as possible work from home. Company executives, dispatchers, and driver managers at fleets big and small are making use of existing technological tools in their offices and vehicles to adapt, with loads continuing to be booked and trucks dispatched.