By Michele Sperle, Director, Riskonnect
As published in Inbound Logistics
The coronavirus pandemic is upending the logistics and trucking industry with ever-changing, confusing – and often conflicting – series of regulations.
With many government offices closed, authorities are relaxing some regulations, such as for CDL license renewals and medical certifications. Organizations also are following new guidelines on employee safety and hygiene practices, such as requiring employees to wear masks and gloves when on the job, conducting daily deep cleaning and sanitation of facilities, implementing virus testing protocols, and offering paid sick leave and hazard pay. Constantly shifting circumstances makes it challenging to ensure compliance and keep drivers apprised of current rules as they move across states and municipalities.
Riskonnect’s Michele Sperle explains how to deal with these compliance complexities in Inbound Logistics.
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