AboutAbs Safecom

Our Vision

To excel in Safety & Compliance to a level that is compatible with excellence in other business parameters

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Core Values

ABS SafeCom has always been values-driven. These values continue to direct the growth and business of our comp...

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Company Info

ABS SafeCom was formed in 2002 to provide value-creating solutions for companies seeking a safer & more compli...

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Our Mission

Our mission is to provide our clients with exceptional Safety & Compliance Management Services, Training and C...

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OurServices

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CSA Administration Service

ABS SafeCom’s CSA Administration Service is an affordable outsourced service where our team of compliance experts work for you. There is a lot at stake with CSA-2010. Overseeing the accuracy of DOT ...

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CSA Administration Service
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Safety and Compliance Management

ABS SafeCom’s Safety & Compliance Management Service provides companies with fleet and driver useful, practical advice for operating safe, compliant and...

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Safety and Compliance Management

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MTO-DOT Audits

ABS SafeCom has been specializing in MTO & DOT Safety & Compliance Audits since 2002. Our experts review the MTO & DOT Audits & conduct an analysis of your SAFETY RATING within the transportation indu...

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MTO-DOT Audits

SafetyTips

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Driving In the Rain

Rain and wet roads can mean driving trouble. On a wet road you cannot stop, accelerate or turn as well because your “tire to road” traction is not as good as on dry roads. If your tires don’t have much tread left, you’ll get even less traction.Rain and wet roads can ...

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Snow - Winter Safety Tips

Your car’s engine coolant should have a minimum freezing point of -35C to -45C. The tires on most cars are underinflated, reducing their performance and creating a driving hazard. The air pressure in your tires changes by one pound for every 5C change in air temperature.Yo...

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Truck Gauges

As trucks get more sophisticated, the monitoring of these complex machines becomes more important. It is our belief that within the next decade, dash gauges will be replaced with microcontroller displays which can evaluate the conditions and provide both visual and audible. ...

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DriverTraining

Fatigue is a proven safety hazard for commercial drivers, and violating regulated limits can have serious consequences for a Carrier’s operating record, profitability and road safety in general.
Both federal and provincial regulations require that any person involved in the handling and offering of transport of dangerous goods, or transporting of dangerous goods, be trained and certified.
This course is based on the role of the driver’s attitude in determining and affecting driving behavior. The focus is to allow participants to discover their driving attitude and the effect it has ...
This course is designed to inform participants about vehicle inspection, repair, and maintenance standards that are critical to the safe operation of commercial motor vehicles. It is designed to ...

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Press Release

The FBI estimates that cargo theft-related incidents account for approximately $3.5 billion

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CSA-Severity-Tables

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) updated the Compliance, Safety

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Seat Belts

For the second year in a row, commercial vehicle inspectors conducted a record number of

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