MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Top trucking company executives and safety and risk managers looking to get the low-down on next year’s new carriers safety rating system are encouraged to attend the next instalment of the Driving for Profit seminar series.
The event will address the most critical and frequently asked questions about CSA 2010, a system designed to reduce the number of large truck crashes, injuries, and fatalities on the Canada’s highways.
Topics will include:
– How could CSA 2010 affect your safety rating?
– What are the 7 BASICs?
– What is the proposed operational model?
– What will be the impact of the new intervention tactics?
– What is the safety measurement system?
– How will each of your drivers receive his/her own safety rating?
Speaking at the event will be Jeff Davis, CDS, vice-president of safety and human resources for Jet Express.
The Driving for Profit Seminar will be held at the Capitol Banquet Hall in Mississauga, Ont. Nov. 3. Cost is $65 per person and includes a continental breakfast and lunch. For more information or to register visit www.drivingforprofit.com or call KRTS at 800-771-8171 or NAL at 800-265-1657.
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