The Fleet Safety Council is proud to be a member of the Truckers Against Trafficking Canada Committee.
The TAT Canada Committee (TCC) was formed with a volunteer membership that seeks to be a growth accelerator in expanding TAT’s anti-trafficking training among the trucking, bus and energy industries in Canada. Committee members are key industry leaders and government transportation entities that can activate their networks, resources and expertise to highlight this issue and point to viable training solutions. The committee is chaired by Heather Mewhinney, director of human resources at Kriska Transportation Group and co-chaired by Caroline Blais, recruiting manager at Kriska.
How to become TAT trained:
Company/School: Share the free training video with your drivers. You can request a digital file of the TAT video or physical DVD from firstname.lastname@example.org. After the training you can then register your company as trained to reflect your impact in the fight against trafficking and encourage others to do the same.
Professional Drivers: Watch the free training video and take the short quiz through the TAT online portal. This will register you as an officially TAT Trained/TAT Certified driver.
Don’t forget to download the free TAT app and order wallet cards and window decals for free.
TCC’s Goals: Click below to learn more about the TCC’s goals
TCC Members and Press Release: Click below to see the announcement press release with a complete list of the TCC members.
If you are interested in learning more about TAT and how to become a certified TAT-trained driver through their free training click here.
TAT Training Video Short: The video below is the short version of the TAT Training Video