Saskatchewan has implemented a 3 phased approach to enforcing hours of service and ELDs. Carriers must remain proactive as ELDs become commercially available. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/navigating-eld-enforcement-sk-jordan-ewart?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base_recent_activity_details_shares%3Bxbj67TtZQHOaOTRje5rYWg%3D%3D
When it comes to ELDs, what difference exists between a small provincial carrier and a small federal carrier? In the eyes of safety, there is none. #wearetrucking @JohnGormleyShow @SKGov
The STA represents the for-hire trucking sector in Saskatchewan regardless of size of the carrier. We know Saskatchewan's trucking community is built by small entrepreneurs. @JohnGormleyShow @CJMENews #wearetrucking #drivingtheeconomy #ELD
STA ED Susan Ewart joined @JohnGormleyShow this morning to talk about mandatory ELDs for provincial carriers. Minster of Highways Fred Bradshaw says--"he's willing to bet 99.9% of drivers are safe." Is this the approach to safety we want in SK?
. @sasktrucking wants #ELDs for provincially regulated carriers, cites article by @Todaystrucking. https://www.trucknews.com/transportation/saskatchewan-carriers-call-for-elds-in-province/1003152145/ #trucking