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Safety Material for the Trucking Industry
March 2019

Image of semi truck in rainy weather.

Crawl on the Haul

A 53 year-old truck driver sustained a severe head injury when he fell off a slippery load. 

The driver was placing a tarp over the top of a loaded flatbed trailer. It started to rain, and the driver found himself standing on a wet, slick load. He took a step and slipped, plunging headfirst almost 11 feet onto the asphalt road. 

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Worker on fork lift with unsecured load.

Is that Pallet Safe to Move?

Back strains from being struck by boxes or cartons are the most common workers' compensation claims related to getting struck by objects. These injuries can happen at any time during the load/unload process, including during forklift transport or from cargo shift when opening a trailer. Safely secure your load before moving it with a forklift, pallet jacks or other equipment. 

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Why have a safety program

This new interactive course teaches how having a safety program can keep your trucking workplace safe, productive, profitable, and clear of compliance violations.


  Why have a safety program interactive course

Learn How a Safety Program Will Benefit Your Company

Pre Trip training course  

Pre-Trip checklist

This pre-trip simulation  tool is intended to help those that are trying to become a truck driver or for experienced drivers that need to refreshen on their skills.

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How to conduct an injury investigation

This root cause analysis course is a process for finding the what, howand why something happened to prevent it from happening again in the future.

  Course on how to conduct an injury investigation

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This course teaches how to improve your companies safety climate.  

What is safety climate?

Safety climate is the new catch phrase in occupational safety circles. But what is it? And what does it mean to your company? Find out in this training.

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More Training Simulations


Slips, Trips, Falls

Strain & Sprains (Musculoskeletal Disorders)

Getting Struck by or Against An Object 

Hazard Prevention Tools