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Job Locations CA-BC
Company Arrow Trucking
Under the direction of the Division Manager, the Operations Supervisor role is to assist in the planning, organization, coordination and implementation of short and long-term operational goals, policies and procedures. In particular, it is the Operations Supervisor’s role is to oversee and supervise the resources necessary (people and equipment) to meet customer commitments, maintenance commitments, while ensuring a safe, productive, compliant and cost efficient operation.    Major Responsibilities  - Plans the effective and efficient development of schedules and makes necessary adjustments for road closures, overloads, lateness and related problems.  - Reviews gaps between actual and target key metrics (payload, speed, cycle time, fuel etc..) and discusses same with driver to commend positive or to correct negative driver behaviors.  - Plans, coordinates and oversees the routing and scheduling of daily trucking services and drivers and assures compliance with time schedules and applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations.  - Ensures the drivers have the proper instructions to perform their duties safely and listens to all driver concerns and acts on them appropriately.  - Ensures that schedules are carried out in an effective and efficient manner. Coordinates the daily assignment of company and contracted resources to maximize equipment productivity and payload while maintaining a high level of customer service.  - Oversees the daily operations of the dispatch office. Makes necessary adjustments for road closures, overloads, lateness and related problems. Communicates regularly with the drivers to assist and manage implications caused by truck problems, lateness and accidents. Communicates with the customer to report compliance to daily targets as well as course of action should deviation to plans occur.  - Recommend the assignment of yard crew should there be a short or long-term shortfall or if volume fluctuations require additional resources  - Oversees the assignment of spare drivers should there be a short or long-term shortfall of regular drivers.  - Communicates with the Primary customer to exchange information, coordinate activities and resolve issues, concerns and questions regarding trucking services, customer site and/or driver issues.  - Continuously surveys the existing trucking program for safety and cost improvement opportunities and advises the manager of ways to improve current systems.  - Schedules and coordinates required Driver training and orientation.  - Assists in the development, change to or implementation of policy and process improvement.  - Confers and coordinates with Shop personnel as well as drivers regarding repairs and preventative maintenance schedules and timelines.  - Responsible for collecting and reviewing driver paperwork and ensuring it is complete, accurate and timely.  - Trains, supervises, motivates and evaluates the performance of assigned staff and drivers. Is responsible for providing feedback and may be responsible for disciplinary action of assigned staff and drivers, up to and including written warning if required.  - Receives and responds to drivers accidents, drives to accident scenes and conducts internal accident investigations; gathers information, takes photos and assists drivers and staff; obtains accident reports from the highway patrol and police agencies.  - Receives verifies and assigns equipment and driver transfers.  - Maintains a variety of transportation personnel records including license and certificate expirations.  - Attends meetings, conferences, workshops, reads industry related journals and works with the Director of Safety to maintain current knowledge of and assist in the implementation of safety and transportation codes, regulations, laws and related matters.  - Other duties as assigned by the Division Manager. 
Job Locations CA-AB-Drayton Valley
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow mechanic, you will perform skilled tasks in the mechanical repair and maintenance of tractors, trailers and mobile equipment.   - Provide routine maintenance on tractors, trailers and mobile equipment such as forklifts and loaders - Check all equipment for proper performance and inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions - Maintain safe working conditions and adhere to Occupational Health and Safety regulations - Perform mechanical repairs on equipment in the shop and road calls when required - Diagnose any faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to determine extent of repair that is required. - Perform incidental welding repairs on equipment. - Operate automotive servicing equipment, e.g. A/C recycler, etc. - Maintain a working knowledge of changes in technology and repair techniques
Job Locations CA-BC-Chilliwack
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow wood fibre driver, you are always close to home! Our drivers haul wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hogfuel. You will travel on various highways in the Interior of BC (ie. Hwy 1 - Coquihala, Hwy 5, and Hwy 97).   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.
Job Locations CA-BC-Prince George
Company Arrow Trucking
The Tire Technician is responsible for working with our mechanics in the shop to ensure the safe and efficient use, care, and maintenance of the tires on our tractor and trailer fleet. The Tire Technician is responsible for changing tires and balancing wheels. Working in a fast-paced environment with complex machinery, the Technician will diagnose problems quickly. The Technician should be capable of multitasking, working under pressure, and be accountable for quality of their work.   Major responsibilities include:   - Install and remove wheels on tactors and trailers, mounting and dismounting tires - Diagnose and repair commercial and passenger tires - Ensure tires are in excellent condition by checking pressure, inflate, balance, repair, service, or replace tires - Rotate tires to increase tread wear - Retorque wheel nuts from all units as needed - Perform on road tire repairs as needed to reduce and better manage outside vendor expenses - Yard checks - Maintain a clean and orderly work environment - Ability to operate the equipment that is serviced i.e. bring trucks, trailers, and mobile equipment in and out of the shop.  - Maintain a working knowledge of changes in technology and repair techniques - Complying with all rules and regulations, protocols, and established metrics - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations, participate in identifying hazards - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow Edmonton Flat Deck Driver, you will be hauling products that are directly related to the Strength and Diversity of the region. Primarily hauling Steel Pipe, Formed Concrete or Lumber, and based out of Edmonton, you will travel primarily around Alberta and will also travel to and from British Columbia. - Perform pre and post and in route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness, and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e., bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate onboard technology, Complete with Electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - VHF Radio - Ensure that all customers, co-workers, and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.
Job Locations CA-BC-Stewart
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow driver, you will be hauling copper ore for our Red Chris Copper Ore Haul and/or our Pretium Bruce Jack Copper Ore Haul. You will travel on various highways and high mountain mining roads in and around the Stewart area.   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.
Job Locations CA-AB-Peace River
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow mechanic or apprentice mechanic, you will perform skilled tasks in the mechanical repair and maintenance of tractors, trailers and mobile equipment.   - Provide routine maintenance on tractors, trailers and mobile equipment such as forklifts and loaders - Check all equipment for proper performance and inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions - Maintain safe working conditions and adhere to Occupational Health and Safety regulations - Perform mechanical repairs on equipment in the shop and road calls when required - Diagnose any faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to determine extent of repair that is required. - Perform incidental welding repairs on equipment. - Operate automotive servicing equipment, e.g. A/C recycler, etc. - Maintain a working knowledge of changes in technology and repair techniques
Job Locations CA-BC
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow driver, you will be hauling wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hogfuel. You will travel on various highways in and around Fort St. James.   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, dispatch, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect. Other Information: - Company Name: Arrow Transportation Systems Inc. - Location: 2500 Tachie Road, Fort St. James, British Columbia V0J 1P0 - Title of Position: Truck Driver - Shift: Days/Nights; 10-14 hr shifts; Weekends optional - Language: English - NOC: 73300
Job Locations CA-AB-Calgary
Company Arrow Reload
As general labourer at our Calgary Reload Division, you will: - Assist with general yard clean up and maintenance.   - Perform manual labour tasks and support operations.   - Railcar cabling (Centerbeams of lumber) – pending Fall Protection certification.   - General rigging, shunting trailers, forklift operation, and pneumatic loading of trailers – pending certification/training.   - Work in adherence to all safe work practices, procedures, as well as all regulatory requirements.    - Suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of yard, shop, department, or work crew.   - Other duties as assigned by manager.  
Job Locations CA-BC
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow driver, you will be hauling wood fibre locally in B train trailers.We have positions available in the following locations, Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake, Burns Lake, and Chetwynd BC Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hog fuel. You will travel on various highways in and around Northern BC (i.e., Hwy 97 Pine Pass, and Hwy 16 Yellowhead)   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, road-worthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect. Other Information: - Company Name: Arrow Transportation Systems Inc. - Locations:Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake ,Burns Lake and Chetwynd BC. - Title of Position: Truck Driver - Shift: Monday-Friday; Days/Nights - Language: English - NOC: 73300
Job Locations CA-BC
Company Arrow Corporate
Reporting to our Executive Vice President and having oversight over 14 Shops, the Director of Maintenance and Fleet Procurement/Optimization is responsible for the planning, development and execution of strategic plans as they relate to the financial and operational optimization of capital acquisitions and our maintenance facilities and programs. This includes but is not limited to oversight of preventative and demand maintenance, optimization of the quality and utilization of fleet and mobile assets, improvement of overall asset productivity and uptime, reduction of overall maintenance costs, and oversight of a safe, environmentally sound and cost-effective capital acquisition program. This role will work to ensure acquisition and maintenance programs provide the best possible outcome as it relates to financial, safety, environmental and human resources goals and mandates.   Procurement & Asset Management: - Establish, oversee and optimize the strategic management of physical assets (mainly fleet and facilities) of the company, including procurement, replacement and disposal - Assess divisional vehicles for replacement - Optimize the use of the fleet throughout the lifecycle - Establish service standards, policies and procedures - Negotiate equipment/parts/fluids/tools/services/warranty with vendors & manufacturers - Develop and maintain strong dealer, vendor and contractor relationships and conduct visits/reviews   Maintenance: - Ensure maintenance of Company vehicles in accordance with established standards and policies - Ensure the safety, availability and reliability of the fleet - Control maintenance costs - Review maintenance schedules - Obtain estimates, issue work orders, purchase orders or insurance work orders - Coordinate all shop maintenance outsourcing and outside garage work Financial: - Collect, analyze, and present key performance indicators related to fleet services to management and operations - Ensure inventory management is tracked and optimized - Responsible for Fleet Services’ budgets and actual results - Provides a long-term view of vehicle replacement capital expenditures and vehicle operational expenditures according to fleet projections. Environment and Safety: - Responsible for ensuring fleet equipment in a condition that exceeds safety and environmental compliance. - Coordinates efforts with Safety department to aid in training of fleet equipment, conducting associate observations and up-dating preferred work methods.  - Ensures occupational hazards and safety precautions compliance of all fleet vehicles. Leadership: - Accountable for all purchasing and maintenance team members at Kamloops Operations Headquarters and Maintenance Shops located throughout the Arrow Group of Companies. - Other duties as assigned
Job Locations CA-BC
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow driver, you will be hauling wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hogfuel. You will travel on various highways in and around Vanderhoof.   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, dispatch, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect. Other Information: - Company Name: Arrow Transportation Systems Inc. - Title of Position: Truck Driver - Shift: Days/Nights; 10-14 hr shifts; Weekends optional - Language: English - NOC: 73300
Job Locations CA-AB
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow driver, you will be hauling wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hog fuel. You will travel on various highways in and around Fort St. James.   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, road-worthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, dispatch, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect. Other Information: - Company Name: Arrow Transportation Systems Inc. - Location: 2500 Tachie Road, Fort St. James, British Columbia V0J 1P0 - Title of Position: Truck Driver - Shift: Days/Nights; 10-14 hr shifts; Weekends optional - Language: English - NOC: 73300
Job Locations CA-BC-Merritt
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow wood fibre driver, you are always close to home! Our drivers haul wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hogfuel. You will travel on various highways in the Interior of BC (ie. Hwy 1 - Coquihala, Hwy 5, and Hwy 97).   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.
Job Locations CA-BC-100 Mile House
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow wood fibre driver, you are always close to home! Our drivers haul wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hogfuel. You will travel on various highways in the Interior of BC (i.e., Hwy 1 - Coquihalla, Hwy 5, and Hwy 97).    - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, road-worthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, maintain and check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.
Job Locations CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow mechanic, you will perform skilled tasks in the mechanical repair and maintenance of tractors, trailers and mobile equipment.   - Provide routine maintenance on tractors, trailers and mobile equipment such as forklifts and loaders - Check all equipment for proper performance and inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions - Maintain safe working conditions and adhere to Occupational Health and Safety regulations - Perform mechanical repairs on equipment in the shop and road calls when required - Diagnose any faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to determine extent of repair that is required. - Perform incidental welding repairs on equipment. - Operate automotive servicing equipment, e.g. A/C recycler, etc. - Maintain a working knowledge of changes in technology and repair techniques
Job Locations CA-BC-Fort St. James
Company BioNorth Energy
Reporting to the Chief Power Engineer and working as part of our Operations Team, the Power Engineer will be responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of the power plant and related auxiliary equipment.  In absence of the Chief Power Engineer, the Power Engineer will be capable of assuming responsibility for the operation.Our entire team focuses on creating a work environment where all employees work together to complete all tasks/meet challenges using a team-based approach.   Major Responsibilities - Maintain a safe work environment and ensure all safety requirements are met or exceeded - Perform related duties to ensure the cleanliness and general upkeep of the plant and outside operations - Closely liaise and communicate with staff and maintenance department to ensure consistent operations of the steam plant and auxiliary equipment - Facilitate the reliable supply of services to the plant - Direct shift crew - Operate a wide variety of equipment - Provide operational expertise to resolve frequently changing process conditions - Identify plant improvements - Ensure good communication and cooperation with corporate teams. - Ensure good communication with stakeholder representatives - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations - Provide internal and external Customer Service excellence - Other duties as assigned by Manager
Job Locations CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Arrow Trucking
Under the direction of the Division Manager, the Operations Supervisor role is to assist in the planning, organization, coordination and implementation of short and long-term operational goals, policies and procedures. In particular, it is the Operations Supervisor’s role is to oversee and supervise the resources necessary (people and equipment) to meet customer commitments, maintenance commitments, while ensuring a safe, productive, compliant and cost efficient operation.  This role will be in the office about 50% of the time and 50% will be spent visiting customers and meeting with our drivers.      Major Responsibilities  - Plans the effective and efficient development of schedules and makes necessary adjustments for road closures, overloads, lateness and related problems.  - Reviews gaps between actual and target key metrics (payload, speed, cycle time, fuel etc..) and discusses same with driver to commend positive or to correct negative driver behaviors.  - Plans, coordinates and oversees the routing and scheduling of daily trucking services and drivers and assures compliance with time schedules and applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations.  - Ensures the drivers have the proper instructions to perform their duties safely and listens to all driver concerns and acts on them appropriately.  - Ensures that schedules are carried out in an effective and efficient manner. Coordinates the daily assignment of company and contracted resources to maximize equipment productivity and payload while maintaining a high level of customer service.  - Oversees the daily operations of the dispatch office. Makes necessary adjustments for road closures, overloads, lateness and related problems. Communicates regularly with the drivers to assist and manage implications caused by truck problems, lateness and accidents. Communicates with the customer to report compliance to daily targets as well as course of action should deviation to plans occur.  - Recommend the assignment of yard crew should there be a short or long-term shortfall or if volume fluctuations require additional resources  - Oversees the assignment of spare drivers should there be a short or long-term shortfall of regular drivers.  - Communicates with the Primary customer to exchange information, coordinate activities and resolve issues, concerns and questions regarding trucking services, customer site and/or driver issues.  - Continuously surveys the existing trucking program for safety and cost improvement opportunities and advises the manager of ways to improve current systems.  - Schedules and coordinates required Driver training and orientation.  - Assists in the development, change to or implementation of policy and process improvement.  - Confers and coordinates with Shop personnel as well as drivers regarding repairs and preventative maintenance schedules and timelines.  - Responsible for collecting and reviewing driver paperwork and ensuring it is complete, accurate and timely.  - Trains, supervises, motivates and evaluates the performance of assigned staff and drivers. Is responsible for providing feedback and may be responsible for disciplinary action of assigned staff and drivers, up to and including written warning if required.  - Receives and responds to drivers accidents, drives to accident scenes and conducts internal accident investigations; gathers information, takes photos and assists drivers and staff; obtains accident reports from the highway patrol and police agencies.  - Receives verifies and assigns equipment and driver transfers.  - Maintains a variety of transportation personnel records including license and certificate expirations.  - Attends meetings, conferences, workshops, reads industry related journals and works with the Director of Safety to maintain current knowledge of and assist in the implementation of safety and transportation codes, regulations, laws and related matters.  - Other duties as assigned by the Division Manager. 
Job Locations CA-BC-Chilliwack
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow mechanic, you will perform skilled tasks in the mechanical repair and maintenance of tractors, trailers and mobile equipment.   - Provide routine maintenance on tractors, trailers and mobile equipment such as forklifts and loaders - Check all equipment for proper performance and inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions - Maintain safe working conditions and adhere to Occupational Health and Safety regulations - Perform mechanical repairs on equipment in the shop and road calls when required - Diagnose any faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to determine extent of repair that is required. - Perform incidental welding repairs on equipment. - Operate automotive servicing equipment, e.g. A/C recycler, etc. - Maintain a working knowledge of changes in technology and repair techniques
Job Locations CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow wood fibre driver, you are always close to home! Our drivers haul wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hogfuel. You will travel on various highways in the Interior of BC (ie. Hwy 1 - Coquihala, Hwy 5, and Hwy 97).   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.