Rolling Strong will be using the Moblico platform to provide its virtual coaches with the right messages to send to drivers.
Rolling Strong, a driver wellness program management company, has introduced its new Rolling Strong interactive driver health and wellness app, available on both iOS and Android devices. The app is ...
The Rolling Strong health and wellness platform is accessed from both IOS and Android mobile devices as well as in-cab computing systems.
The fleet was recognized for its commitment to employee health, ADA announced this week.
New technology and services geared towards truck parking activities have become a hot commodity.
Technology is lightening the workload for fleet safety managers to focus their time and resources on areas that have the biggest impact.
At the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Mercedes-Benz put driver health at the center of innovation introducing several “Fit & Healthy” concepts for the company’s passenger car line. ...
Since the launch in Dec., 2015, fleets have saved approximately $800,000 with nearly 50,000 nights stayed.
The new CarriersEdge Driver Wellness courses address three cornerstones to promoting good health: diet, exercise and proper amount of sleep.
After discovering a link between drivers' personal finances and safety, Pitt Ohio started a program to provide an emergency savings fund for employees.
A digital Truck Driver’s Summer Recreation Guide has restaurants, games and attractions for drivers to enjoy while on the road.
FMCSA is seeking feedback from carriers on the prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea among truck drivers and how much a sleep apnea screening and treatment rule would cost the industry.
Key concerns among commenters were: The risk factors used to determine the condition, the out-of-pocket costs to drivers and relaying to medical examiners uniform criteria for referring drivers for a ...
To date, drivers have earned 33,500 awards for completing the Safety and Health & Wellness modules in the expanding Drive Safe library, and total views are approximately 100,000.
The trucking industry has lost more than 150,000 drivers because of medical reasons since the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners was established in May 2014, says Bob Perry, president ...