The recent TTSAO 6th Annual Conference had a number of great guests and panels at the conference and one of them that got a lot of notice was what non-traditional fleets are doing to hire drivers to their fleet. Greta information for all, below is a segment from the panel discussion featuring Andrea Boddy of Concrete Ontario, Brandon Muir of GFL, and John Faustino from the City of Markham. Matt Richardson of KRTS moderated the panel discussion.
About the TTSAO
Founded in 1993, the Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario (TTSAO) is the largest association representing commercial truck driver training programs in Ontario. TTSAO members represent approximately 50 training campuses and collectively certify over 7,000 commercial drivers annually. The TTSAO Carrier Group employs 10’s of 1,000’s of professional drivers in Ontario and the TTSAO Insurance Group companies and brokers insures 100’s of schools and trucking companies. The TTSAO’s mission is to support the commercial driver training industry through advocacy, networking, education and certification programs to help members produce the highest quality of professional drivers possible. To learn more, visit www.ttsao.com.