The reality is that numbers are spiking again and the potential for relief is still uncertain. With the hol...
Explore More Content
As a truck driver, there are quite a few things you can do to help lower these numbers and reduce your distractions while on the road for work. Here are a few to consider.
Below are the current guidance from the CDC about vaccinated people, so you can help answer questions if they arise among your drivers.
You've dedicated numerous resources towards building comprehensive safety programs. But after all of this preparation, are you still seeing a disconnect between your safety program and your drivers?
As a truck driver, you need to be particularly careful while traveling through work zones. Here are ways you can travel safe during work and construction zones.
Fatigue can result when you do not get enough sleep or quality sleep, being awake for many consecutive hours or not getting enough sleep over multiple days. Use these tips to manage driver fatigue.
Centerline Drivers want to recognize our safest drivers that go above and beyond. That’s why we’re so thrilled to announce our new Driver Safety Recognition Program.
International Roadcheck is an annual 72-hour inspection and enforcement event to identify and remove unsafe commercial motor vehicles and drivers from roadways. Here are road check results from 2020.
The reality is that numbers are spiking again and the potential for relief is still uncertain. With the holidays coming up, it is important to stay vigilant about protecting yourself from the virus.
‘Tis the season to be wary. From weathering snow, sleet, ice and wind to fighting holiday traffic and working longer hours, truck driving during the holiday season is anything but merry and bright.
You can reduce or prevent sprains and strains by following a simple 3-point rule when getting in or out of your truck.
The last few months have been very trying for drivers, but no matter what safety is always a priority. We chatted with Centerline's safety manager, Jim Ledbetter, about how drivers can stay safe.
For truck drivers, who encounter dangerous road situations as a regular part of their job, staying safe adds another layer. This is particularly true when it comes to navigating busy construction zone
Here at Centerline, keeping our drivers safe is our number one priority. Use this quick checklist as a a tool to help your drivers double check their trucks to eliminate downtime and violations.
While there are many factors that impact truck driving accidents including distracted driving and traffic—safety training and being prepare makes a huge difference to keep drivers safe
There are many ways to prevent striking a fixed object when on the job. Eliminate your work tasks near fixed objects or avoiding installing fixed objects near paths of travel in the first place
Pallet injuries are very common in industrial and warehouse settings as people often do not store them correctly or use them as stepping stools. If you have a warehouse and store products on...
Inattentional blindness or perceptual blindness is as a psychological lack of attention that is not associated with any defects or deficits.
Winter may have released its icy grasp, but spring brings a new set of road condition issues. From weather to safety to maintenance, drivers can take these steps to keep them safe.
Watch our safety video with Coastal Pacific Food Distributors showing how to safely and effectively apply snow chains to truck tires. · Lay chains out next to tire and inspect for damage · Drape chai
Here at Centerline, keeping our drivers safe is always your number one priority. This checklist is a tool to help drivers double check their trucks to eliminate downtime and violations