How to Watch For and Avoid Low Clearance Bridges and Overpasses

It is critical for drivers to maintain awareness at all times of approaching bridges or overpasses. One bridge taken for granted can cause major damage to equipment, freight and possibly a driver’s health.  Even though a sign states low bridge or low clearance and the height, it may not always be correct. It is important to always make cautious decisions as a driver. When dealing with bridges and overpasses, following these tips will prevent damage to the bridge, your truck, your driving record and will help keep you safe. Continue reading “How to Watch For and Avoid Low Clearance Bridges and Overpasses”

Preventing Work Injuries This Winter Season

Slips, trips and falls are the most common types of work-related injuries in the winter. As temperatures change throughout the course of the winter season, your normal work environment will change with it. Your truck stop may be coated with rain at night that turns into black ice by morning. Your home lot can go from snow to slush to ice and back to rain again in a weekend. Continue reading “Preventing Work Injuries This Winter Season”