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Cargo Logistics Conference Safety Kit Winner

Congratulations to our latest winner of a vehicle safety kit and one year of roadside assistance! Trevor Price from C.H. Robinson entered his name into our draw at the Cargo Logistics conference in Vancouver last month and recently collected his … Continue reading

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Media Release: Work-related motor vehicle crashes leading cause of traumatic workplace deaths in BC

MEDIA RELEASE Take action March 5 – 9 – Road Safety At Work Week Richmond, BC / February 20, 2018 – Work-related motor vehicle incidents (MVIs) account for 33 per cent of all work-related traumatic deaths in British Columbia, making … Continue reading

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Remembering Canada’s road crash victims

In Canada, the third Wednesday each November is set aside as the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims. It is a day to remember and honour Canadians killed and injured in often preventable road crashes, and the families, … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Our Vehicle Safety Kit Winner at the First Nations Safety Conference

Congratulations to Whitney Joseph, from Stalkaya First Nations! Whitney won a vehicle safety kit with a year of roadside assistance at the First Nations Safety Conference in Richmond last month. This conference was the first event of its kind to … Continue reading

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Winter 2016 data shows a 10 percent increase in motor-vehicle casualty crashes where driving too fast for the conditions was a contributing factor

October 2, 2017 / Richmond, B.C. — Last winter’s extreme conditions contributed to a 10 percent increase in motor-vehicle casualty crashes in B.C. between October and December, where driving too fast for the conditions was a contributing factor. This is … Continue reading

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