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Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of workplace deaths in British Columbia. Winter conditions – such as freezing temperatures, rain, snow, black ice and reduced daylight hours – create additional hazards for occupational drivers, whether they drive a vehicle full time, or just as part of their job.

If you drive a company or personal vehicle for work, the following information will help reduce your risk of a crash during the winter driving season (October 1st to March 31st).

  • Commercial Trucking Resources

    If you are a commercial trucker, you will find resources here to help you prepare for winter driving. Topics include hazard recognition, visibility, traction, how to read the road, trip planning and more.

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  • Winter Driving: What Workers Need to Know

    Information for drivers that operate company or personally-owned/leased passenger cars or light duty trucks

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  • Free Workplace Safety Resources

    Whether you are a new or seasoned driver, winter roads can be dangerous. Here are some resources to help you prepare and stay safe at work.

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    BC Ambulance Service

    "Take a moment to think of the impact after the impact"

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    "It's the unpredictability of winter in Northern BC."

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