Bison Transport is nationally known to be supportive of the communities it serves. We take great pride in participating in initiatives that empower, elevate and enable future generations to be the best they can be – after all, they might be tomorrow’s CEOs.
When it comes to safety behind the wheel, we can’t limit our driving tips to a numbered list. We previously outlined suggestions and must-dos for truck drivers. Here are even more driving tips for professionals at the controls so everyone gets home safely at the end of the day.
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It is hard to escape the topic of technology and the evolution of transportation these days. Yes, this is another commentary related to technology but it is necessary as we are experiencing such a monumental shift in the way we apply technology into the fleet from an equipment and maintenance perspective.
In our continuing series called Meet the Herd, we bring you inside the Bison offices and showcase the talented folks who make a difference to our clients and our team. They are the faces you see behind the wheel of our trucks and the voices on the front lines communicating with clients and our Drivers.
From top to bottom and front to back, truck drivers need to be mindful of many things during the summer months.
There is no escaping cameras. That is a fact of life nowadays. While some people feel cameras are an intrusion, we employ them for the safety for our drivers and other motorists. We tested the Guardian System cameras in 10 units, and based on that initial test, we are expanding the number of units over the next year.
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It was a milestone that quite honestly crept up on me. Twenty-five years. At Bison. Now don't get me wrong, I realize that I’ve been at this a long time and that’s kindly reinforced when people see pictures from the early days and remark, "You were so young!" Nice!
Earlier this spring, Bison debuted a new truck driving simulator in our Winnipeg terminal. I had the opportunity to try out the new L3 VS7 simulator.
When I first heard about the Women in Trucking (WIT) Image Team I thought it would be a great opportunity for females to be represented in the transportation industry. When I was nominated on behalf of Bison to be part of the team, I was excited but a little unsure.