All jobs are exposed to most accidents and this trend keeps increasing. This happens mainly because of 3 reasons: ignorance, little to no training and lack of awareness or involvement of both company and the workers. How can you make your company a safe place and not lose money with accidents at work? Before moving on to the topic at hand today, I would like to point out that the associated costs associated with the lack of occupational risk prevention in companies are very high. Another day we will speak at length about it. Now, let's look at the basics and essentials that you need to put in place to have a safe, healthy and competitive company. It seems logical that companies should be a safe place to work, but not all companies take care of that "small" detail (irony 100%). Are you one of the companies that is affected by the accident rate? We’re going to show you 8 keys that you can apply from today to prevent and reduce the number of accidents in your company.
The driving license is the basic tool of many transport professionals, since without the driver's license they would not be able to carry out their activity. To access their truck license , carriers and truckers are required to pass the corresponding theoretical and practical tests at an authorized center , like other drivers. However, there is a driver's license for each type of truck. Today we tell you what license is necessary to get behind the wheel of a truck. If we carry out our activity with a van with a maximum authorized mass (MMA) equal to or less than 3,500 kg, we can get behind the wheel of the vehicle with a Class B license, like the one we need to drive a car. This card also enables us to drive a vehicle for people with reduced mobility or vans designed to transport a maximum of 9 people including the driver. Things change when we talk about trucks. The types of truck license: a permit for each truck model If our vehicle is a truck, we will have to obtain