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James Beaudoin

James Beaudoin
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Jamie Beaudoin is a trucking health and safety specialist. He has been involved in the industry for 12 years in various capacities. He started as a driver and worked his way through the ranks. Currently works as a freelance consultant assisting companies in improving safety culture and regulatory compliance. He is currently pursuing his BCRSP designation. James Beaudoin Trucking Health and Safety Specialist
The leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping, winter is soon approaching. Driving during the winter can be one of a driver’s most difficult tasks. A bit of preparation can make the difference between a successful journey and one...
The Changes announced in July of 2020 by the FMCSA will bring a sigh of relief for many Canadian carriers entering the US. The changes to HOS regulations are by and large positive for Canadian carriers doing business in...
Most folks in Ontario trucking are aware of the serious sanctions if a commercial vehicle loses a wheel. Many professional drivers are unaware of basic wheel separation preventive measures, there still is a lot of fear in the industry...
Statistics show that during International Road Check week 2019 almost 18% of vehicles inspected were placed out of service for failing to meet prescribed safety standards. Keep in mind that enforcement officials target the vehicle population for specific violations....
Over the past decade or so, the trucking industry has been plagued by so-called “Nuclear Verdicts”. A nuclear verdict is any award that is “out of proportion with the damages suffered”. The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) has released...
Every trucking fleet relies on its operating authority to do business. In Ontario, it is known as the Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator’s Registration or CVOR. The math varies by jurisdiction, but the principle remains the same; have your interactions...
Incidents will happen at every organization; we must work to minimize both the frequency and impact. The adage “if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it” applies to all carrier operations, especially safety. Every carrier should be seeking...
The message is clear, operate safely or suffer the consequence.  Insurance companies are paying closer attention to their trucking clients than ever before. After several high-profile collisions and the increase in so-called “nuclear verdicts” premiums are on the rise...

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