This industry group provides moving and specialized freight transportation to local and long-distance customers.
These three industries combine for approximately 2,000 accounts reporting hours in Washington State. Of these 2,000 accounts 32% had a compensable claim and 44% had an accepted workers compensation claim in a nine year study period.
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)
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
Loading & Unloading
Yard tractors and harm factors
Secured freight is stacked straight
Load smart - your driver will thank you
Local company owner engineers safety innovations
Inspect Your PPE
These boots were made for walkin'
Inspect, repair and replace worn tarps
If you beat a tarp at wrestling, who really wins?
Tarping doesn't need to be a pain in the back!
Are you at the breaking point?
Don't fall for it - tarp smart
Tarping related fall injuries to drivers
Fruit bin load securement (produced by the Washington State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Division. This document is in English and Spanish.)
Can You Spot the Hazard
Climbing technique matters, but why? poster.
(printable on letter size or 11x17 paper)
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