Monthly Archives: May 2014

Upper Island Safety Conference & Tradeshow Draw Winner

Congratulations to Agnes King, winner of the Road Safety At Work Roadside Emergency Kit. Agnes, who is the Supervisor / Coordinator with Campbell River & District Association for Community Living, dropped her entry ballot into our box while visiting our … More »

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Road Safety At Work attended the Waste Management Association of BC’s (WMABC) 3rd Annual Spring Conference

Road Safety At Work attended the Waste Management Association of BC’s (WMABC) 3rd Annual Spring Conference on May 7th at the Sheraton Hotel in Surrey. Industry and agency delegates participated in informative sessions about the economics incineration, managing organics, WorkSafeBC … More »

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Truckers working outside their vehicles at increased risk of being hit by passing drivers

24 workers per year struck on roadside Richmond, B.C. / May 12, 2014 – Between 2004 and 2013, 40 truck drivers were seriously injured by a passing vehicle while changing tires, putting on tire chains, or doing other vehicle maintenance … More »

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SafetyDriven 2014 Annual General Meeting and Conference

On April 11, Road Safety At Work participated in the SafetyDriven™ (Trucking Safety Council of BC) 2014 Annual General Meeting and Conference. Over 80 representatives from transportation industry organizations, regulatory agencies, industrial suppliers and not-for-profit organizations enjoyed the presentations, scenery … More »

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Road Safety at Work Draw Winner

Congratulations to Juan Lledo, owner of Pemberton Transport Co. Ltd. for winning our automobile safety kit with one year of roadside assistance at the Canadian Produce Marketers Association Convention. Juan’s reaction to discovering that he had won, was a thank … More »

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Topic of the Month – Cone Zones Save Lives

Cone Zones Save Lives As summer approaches and roadside work increases, there will be more than 25,000 British Columbians working in “Cone Zones” across the province. Their roadside work areas, large or small, are separated from passing traffic by orange … More »

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