The Hamilton Niagara Fleet Safety Council had their final meeting for the 2020-2021 season yesterday with their annual elections. It has been a rough year, but we have got through it with the dedication and hard work of the Board and Members of the Fleet Safety Council and chapter members. The June meeting each year … Continue reading HFSC Board Stays in Place for Another Term
TIRF is an independent road safety research institute that is conducting a study which is funded by the MTO to gather information on drug and alcohol screening policies within the trucking and transit sectors. Upon completion of the study the results will support larger MTO research projects to support and address the concerns of key … Continue reading Traffic Injury Research Foundation asks for Survey Participants.
Ward Warkentin of Fleetmetrica will be our presenter for the April 2021 Hamilton Niagara Fleet Safety Council meeting happening on April 29th. Along with our usual council business Warkentin will present on "Tips for Boosting Safety Results with Driver Scorecards". More fleets are using telematics data to create driver scorecards to improve safety performance, insurability … Continue reading “Tips for Boosting Safety Results with Driver Scorecards” at April 2021 Meeting
Happy New Year to everyone from the Hamilton Niagara Fleet Safety Council. As the pandemic rages on we find ourselves in the same position as last year with the Spring Seminar. This year we have decided to move forward with our annual seminar after cancelling it last year. This year it will be a virtual … Continue reading Spring Seminar Compliance Coup Will be Online for 2021
We would like to wish you and your families a safe and Happy Holiday Season. Pleased don't drink and drive and remember the Covid rules. The message below came from one of our members on how today's regulations would have affected the past for your humour. Merry Christmas. Health Safety and Equality Considerations for Christmas … Continue reading Happy Holidays from The Hamilton Niagara Fleet Safety Council
The Fleet Safety Council held a joint Provincial Meeting for December instead of monthly Chapter meetings. There were presentations from a number of members and updates on new programs required for 2021. Our FSC Provincial Meeting had over 130 members log in for the meeting which is fantastic. 1. Meeting Minutes 3. Bill C-65 presentation 4. 2017 … Continue reading December Meeting a Big Success for Fleet Safety Council
The October meeting for the Hamilton Niagara Fleet Safety Council was well attended and focused on cognitive testing for truck drivers with a presentation from DriverCheck. Many legal updates on traffic convictions and court proceedings by Burness Paralegal Services with speeding being a main focus for police forces. Our next meeting will be on November … Continue reading October 2020 Meeting Focuses on Cognitive Testing and Legal Updates
The Fleet Safety Council annual conference will be virtual this year due to the pandemic. The decision was made early on to move the conference to a virtual format for October 2nd. That doesn't mean you won't get great information however as the conference will be half day in nature and be free for attendees. … Continue reading Fleet Safety Council Conference Virtual for 2020