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    Are you Prepared for the New Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) Regulations?

    Posted by brian on 11.20.2019

    DriverTraining

    February 7, 2020 is the compliance date for entry level driver training (ELDT) regulation changes for new drivers. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has amended the regulations, adopting a new Class A Commercial Driver’s License. This includes a theory instruction upgrade curriculum that reduces training time and costs currently incurred by upgrading a Class B commercial driver’s license (CDL) to a Class A CDL.

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    Topics: Safety Reward and Recognition Programs, Safety Rewards, Workplace Safety, Driver Safety, National Safety Month, Safe Driver Training

    OSHA’s Evolving Position on Safety Incentive Programs – Part 4

    Posted by brian on 11.21.2018

     

    Brian-AboveandBeyondvsPerformance
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    Topics: OSHA, Safety Reward and Recognition Programs, Safety Rewards, Sales Incentive Programs, Workplace Safety

    OSHA’s Evolving Position on Safety Incentive Programs – Part 3

    Posted by brian on 11.20.2018

     

    Brian-Tangible
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    Topics: OSHA, Safety Reward and Recognition Programs, Safety Rewards, Sales Incentive Programs, Workplace Safety

    OSHA’s Evolving Position on Safety Incentive Programs – Part 2

    Posted by brian on 11.16.2018
    Brian-GroupvsIndividual

     

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    Topics: OSHA, Safety Reward and Recognition Programs, Safety Rewards, Sales Incentive Programs, Workplace Safety

    OSHA’s Evolving Position on Safety Incentive Programs – Part 1

    Posted by brian on 11.14.2018
    Brian-OSHA Position

     

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    Topics: OSHA, Safety Reward and Recognition Programs, Safety Rewards, Sales Incentive Programs, Workplace Safety

    Watch our latest Webinar - Disengagement: The Real Safety Hazard

    Posted by admin on 10.02.2017

    Watch our latest webinar - Disengagement: The Real Safety Hazard

     

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    Topics: Blog, Disengaged Employees, employee engagement, safety, Safety Programs, Safety Rewards

    Near-misses are Worth the Reward

    Posted by tara on 05.22.2014

    safetyrewardsWe often speak with companies that have concerns about initiating a safety program because they believe that it may cause accident hiding or under reporting.  From All Star’s perspective and experience in properly designing and managing these types of programs – this is on the contrary.

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    Topics: Blog, safety, Safety Program, safety recognition, Safety Rewards

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