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Loss Control Service

California Truck Insurance is a business founded on keeping the trucking industry safe. If accidents never happened and work site mishaps were always avoided, our jobs would be a breeze and wed all be on Easy Street. But in the real world, safety hazards are very real, so we work as intensely as possible to minimize risks where they start: at your motor carriers main facility. Consult California Truck Insurance for our Loss Control Services today and well show you how to minimize risks on the job site to avoid harmful accidents, damage to your trucking equipment and injuries to your employees.

As fully licensed commercial truck insurance providers and workers compensation insurance providers, we know California law better than anyone and also what businesses can do to minimize their commercial truck insurance costs. Safety training programs to employees along with full compliance of State law regarding jobsite hazards are the best ways to avoid accidents off the road. Driver safety programs, compliance with State law regarding drug and alcohol screening and rest between shift times are the best ways to reduce accidents on the road.

California Truck Insurance specializes in Loss Control services that we can pass on to your business through consultation, including things like comprehensive inspection of facilities, fire protection, employee exposure to hazards from chemicals, noise and mechanical equipment, security consultation, employee education programs and much, much more. If youre interested in Loss Control Services, you most likely need a comprehensive commercial truck insurance plan for your business. Check out our other services and contact an agent for a free consultation regarding an all-inclusive motor carrier commercial truck insurance policy.

 

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