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STA Supports Voluntary Testing away from Borders

Mandatory testing at the border can cause delays and potential fulfilment issues right across many sectors because trucking does support the entire economy,REGINA -- The Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) is standing with the Canadian Trucking Alliance in support...

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CBSA Issues Policy Direction on ArriveCAN

CBSA Issues Policy Direction on ArriveCAN

On February 14th the Government of Canada issued an Order in Council declaring that all travellers must use the ArriveCAN App for the purpose of re-entering Canada. As truck drivers are essential travellers, CTA has worked on clarifying the impact of this Order in...

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An Open Letter to the People of Saskatchewan

An Open Letter to the People of Saskatchewan

November 13, 2020 On behalf of the 34 undersigned associations, chambers of commerce, and economic development groups, as well as the tens of thousands of employers and employees we represent, we are jointly writing to express our strong support for the targeted...

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Using an Impact Hammer/Mechanical Tools

Using an Impact Hammer/Mechanical Tools

Tools and air powered tools are commonly used by the trucking industry. Such powerful equipment brings with it risks of injury. Steps to safely operating power tools 1.      Personal protective equipment Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes and appropriate grip...

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Air Brake Hookup

Air Brake Hookup

Potential injuries while hooking up air brake systems include slips, trips, falls, hand injury and other bodily injury from air brake lines becoming unhooked or run over. The glad hand could slip due to a poor connection and injury face, arms, hands or chest areas....

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Changing Tires

Changing Tires

Due to safety concerns, many companies now send a service to a driver when a tire needs to be changed roadside. While this is a developing safety trend, drivers may often find themselves in situations where they must change a tire on their truck or trailer. More often...

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