REGINA, Sask. — KPMG, in conjunction with four Canadian trucking associations, will be presenting regional workshops on implementing ISO and other management programs.
The fleet groups involved include the Alberta Motor Transport Association, the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association, the Manitoba Trucking Association and the Saskatchewan Professional Drivers Safety Council.
“Management systems are sometimes accompanied by barriers that include time, money and technical knowledge, which lead to poor execution,” says Warren Smith, national business development manager — transportation assurance services. “With this in mind, KPMG and (the) associations have been instrumental in developing an Internet accessed, affordable, user-friendly, turn-key solution.”
These regional informative sessions are designed to provide insight into the internationally recognized and accepted standards, but it will also inform about the most economical and effective way to implement and maintain a management system designed for the trucking industry, he adds.
“Our turnkey solution is an industry specific, flexible platform capable of controlling your quality, environmental or occupational health and safety management system,” says Smith. “It is designed to be flexible and fully compatible allowing you to implement one system now and integrate others at your own pace.”
To register or to learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306-791-1261.
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