Ongoing Safety Training
Part of delivering your shipment safely is keeping our drivers safe behind the wheel. So, ADICA Trucking subscribes to the highest standards of trucking safety and takes significant steps to maintain our strong safety record.
ADICA Trucking has partnered with ProTread, an interactive Transportation Safety Training company, that offers a wide array of relevant and effective Safety Training Topics with quiz. Topics include Speed and Space Management, Distracted Driving, Truck Fall Prevention, and many more.
Our Safety Team uses this program as a New Hire component to help establish expected standards as well as Post Accident, Post Infraction methods. This helps the team retrain to basic Industry Standards as well as help establish dialogue on key Safety Standards and Company Expectations.
We keep our drivers and your freight safe.
You can look up the current ADICA Trucking CSA score at CSA Score Search. For the search, use the ADICA Trucking DOT number: 840597
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Federal guidelines require truck safety inspections one time each year. We inspect our fleet every four months with a full U.S.D.O.T. checklist of items. We also hold ongoing safety training, so our staff is always up-to-date on safety procedures.
We don’t leave safety to others. We have two full-time Michigan Trucking Association certified inspectors on staff so regular safety inspections don’t turn into significant down-time for our fleet.
Our regular inspections ensure that all required safety equipment is installed, in working order, and drivers know how to use them.
ADICA has Partnered with Safety Systems company SmartDrive; installing front facing camera systems. A Safety Program that can help mitigate risk and cost through evidentiary support. in
GPS-enabled electronic onboard recorders (EOBRs) supplied by Omnitracs ensure that drivers’ schedules meet federal requirements for required rest.
We have a safety enforcement policy that monitors driver performance and takes appropriate steps to encourage safe behavior and a professional attitude.
The Federal Motor Carrier Motor Safety Agency, a division of the U.S. Department of Transportation, maintains and posts CSA (Compliance Safety Accountability) scores for all commercial truck drivers.