Truckers Against Trafficking Sends Strong Message at TTSAO 2022

Human trafficking has been a growing problem for many years and is prevalent all across North America and around the World. Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) has saved hundreds of people from traffickers and is a leader in bringing awareness about trafficking to the trucking industry. Their goal is to train as many industries as possible so they can be on the lookout for trafficking victims during their daily jobs. Truckers are leaders in spotting trafficking victims because trafficking often happens on the roadways and places that people stop. You can learn more about TAT and their training at and join the over 1 million people that have been trained so far.

TTSAO is one of the supporters of TAT and sits on their Canadian Board of Directors. They have the TAT training implemented into their curriculum for all TTSAO Schools. At their recent conference Matt …… spoke about the importance of looking out for human trafficking in your neighbourhoods and being aware of the signs that trafficking may be going on in your town.

Truckers Against Trafficking

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


Membership in the Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario can be of great benefit to you, whether you provide commercial driver training, employ drivers, or are in some other segment of the transportation industry. Join our association today to become part of this team of professionals whose goal is to improve and unify truck driver training standards, resulting in highly skilled, better prepared, entry-level and re-certified commercial drivers.

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