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Carbon Express reaches a peak in safety achievement with Outstanding Security Performance … THIS HAS been an all-around winning year for safety at Carbon Express Inc in Wharton, New Jersey. The tank truck carrier was recognized on multiple fronts for its security program and driver quality. Most notably, Carbon Express made the National Tank Truck Carriers Outstanding Safety Performance Trophy in the Sutherland Division for providers below 15 million miles. The carrier had an absolutely no DOT reportable mishap frequency in calendar year 2015. John Bowlby, Carbon Express director of safety & personnels, was called NTTC Security Professional of the Year in the Sutherland Division. Bowlby also was honored as Security Professional of the Year by the New Jersey Motor Truck Association (NJMTA). For the 3rd year in a row, a Carbon Express driver was named NJMTA Driver of the Year. The most recent honor went to Carbon Express Inc motorist Anthony LaGrasta, a veteran motorist with 2.03 million miles of accident-free driving. In 2014 Jacobus Hansen was picked for the honor, and last year the NJMTA Driver of the Year was John Gaddy. “& ldquo; This has actually been an excellent year for all of us at Carbon Express,” & rdquo; states Steve Rush, president and creator of Carbon Express. “& ldquo; Years of effort by everybody at this business lastly paid off. The NTTC Impressive Safety Efficiency Trophy actually took us to the peak of tank truck fleet safety. “& ldquo; We are so pleased with individuals in this company who helped win this trophy. That is why we took 3 motorists with us to the trophy presentation in San Diego (California), and it is why we have invited all our motorists to come to our main office to be photographed with the trophy. We prepare to take the trophy to all of our terminals. We even took it to an open house at a local truck driving school, where it generated a great deal of interest. “& ldquo; We have actually come up until now with this business over the past 30 or so years. Security was not a key concern in the start, but it is today. We have gone from letting motorists disregard the guidelines to being a …
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one of the best tank … MILLER Transporters Inc just picked up its 2nd National Tank Truck Carriers Exceptional Security Efficiency Prize in 9 years. It couldn’& rsquo; t have actually come at a better time. The Jackson, Mississippi-based chemical hauler recently started commemorating its 75th anniversary. Leading management makes it clear that safe efficiency has actually been a priority throughout the company’& rsquo; s more than 7 decades in company. “& ldquo; We & rsquo; re here to celebrate our 75th anniversary because of our safety culture,” & rdquo; says Lee Miller, Miller Transporters president. “& ldquo; Safety and durability go hand in hand. We won our very first Impressive Security Performance Trophy for our record in 2006, and the most recent one was for our efficiency in 2015. “& ldquo; These prizes affirm our mission to put security above everything else. The two prizes are symbolic acknowledgment of two fantastic years in security. We desire that level of safe performance every year. We compute our efficiency metrics on attaining award-winning security every day, every month, and every year. This latest trophy is proof that our drivers have completely bought into our safety program.” & rdquo; Brent Cobb, vice-president of safety and quality for Miller Transporters, adds: “& ldquo; We were extremely thrilled to get this recognition from NTTC. At the start of 2014, Miller’& rsquo; s safety department set out to lower our DOT accident frequency by focusing efforts in 3 specific areas. First was carrying out more individually training with all new drivers. Next, we began working with drivers showing at-risk behavior through our exclusive predictive analysis. Finally, we set out to improve the informational content of our motorist safety meetings. “& ldquo; Much of the credit goes to Ray Riley, our director of security, and his team for effectively executing the plan. Through the hard work of our safety department and each driver’& rsquo; s commitment to excellence, Miller has actually had the ability to improve upon a security program that had already been …
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