NC Truck Driving Championship
The NC Truck Driving Championship is held at the Johnston County Community College in Smithfield. Drivers competed in nine different classes. The winner of each class will go on to represent North Carolina at the National Truck Driving Championships.
Due by: April 14, 2017
Safety Professional of the Year
The Safety Director Award is presented annually to the motor carrier safety professional whose job qualifications, achievements and ability to design and direct safety programs that are deemed most outstanding. The program is designed to promote high standards in the qualifications and performance of those in the motor carrier safety profession.
Deadline: May 12, 2017
Industrial Safety Awards
Industrial Safety Award recognizes trucking companies with the best ratio of hours worked relative to time lost due to industrial accidents. As with the Vehicle Safety Awards above, the Council audits the entries for accuracy. Winners are selected in various size categories.
North Carolina Road Team
In an effort to promote highway safety and inform the general public about the trucking industry, the North Carolina Trucking Association, through the NC Trucking Association Foundation, formed the North Carolina Road Team. The Road Team consists of commercial truck drivers who excel at their profession and are dedicated to safety, courtesy, and responsibility.2017 North Carolina's Road Team
Fleet Safety Awards
This Safety & Human Resources Council program recognizes trucking companies for their cumulative safety performance. Competing in several size categories, companies report their mileage and the number of reportable accidents they had in the previous year. After auditing the results, the Council recognizes those deemed to be the safest trucking companies in North Carolina.
Fleet Safety Award Form
Driver of the Year/Driver of the Month
The purpose of this program is to recognize North Carolina truck drivers for their commitment to safety and professionalism during their driving career.
Deadline: May 12, 2017
Allied Member of the Year
The Allied Member of the Year Award is presented to the allied professional whose dedication to safety and service to the trucking industry goes above and beyond to support the efforts of the Council.
Allied Member of the Year Winner -
Gary Wheeler - G & S Road Service, Inc
The NCTA Safety & Human Resources Council members collectively write over 100 reports per month about truck safety performance on North Carolina's highways. These reports on performance (safe driving, load securement, excessive speed, etc.) give specific details and go directly to the trucking company at issue. Law enforcement is contacted only in cases of imminent hazard. This program is performed as a service to the trucking companies that are contacted, so they have additional feedback on their drivers' and vehicles' highway safety performance. The program also serves to enhance highway safety for all travelers.
Carrier Assistance Program
The Carrier Assistance Program assists other trucking companies that need advice on compliance or safety issues, program is available to anyone in the trucking business.
NCTA Safety & Human Resources Council Motor Carrier Courtesy Inspection Halifax Scales
The North Carolina Trucking Association Safety & Human Resources Council, in partnership with the North Carolina State Highway Patrol, conducted a courtesy safety inspection event at a weigh station in North Carolina.
Recipients mission of the Governor's Highway Safety Program is to promote highway safety awareness and reduce the number of traffic crashes and fatalities in the state of North Carolina through the planning and execution of safety programs. The Governor’s Highways Safety Program oversees a variety of important safety campaigns, including "Booze It and Lose It" and "Click It or Ticket It.