This industry group provides general freight trucking including truckload (TL) and less-than-truckload (LTL), to local and long-distance customers.
These three industries combine for approximately 2,800 accounts reporting hours in Washington State. Of these 2,800 accounts 37% have a compensable claim and 43% have an accepted workers' compensation claim in a nine year study period 1997- 2005.
Setting the parking brake would have saved him - true story
Cab or Trailer Entry/Exit
Consider the length of your career...(cab)
Consider the length of your career...(flatbed)
Consider the length of your career...(trailer)
Tips for making a safe landing
100% chance of winter. Are you ready?
A kit to fit a freezin’ season
Links connect when chains get checked
Want to be a pro? Wear the footwear of the pros!
Don't let your footwear get you down
Be a Pro
Don't fall for it - use 3-points of contact | en Español
Don't fall for it - loading/unloading
Terminal, yard and customer site slip, trip and fall injuries to drivers | en Español
Prevent Lifting Injuries
Line truck driver hurts shoulder lifting converter gear
80-pound box leads to 8 days off work
Work Safe, Home Safe
Save your back for the good things in life
Would your son mind if you couldn't shoot a few hoops?
Poster can be printed on 11x17 paper
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