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Trailer drivers transport a range of materials, merchandise, or equipment using heavy-duty vehicles. They often drive for long periods, carrying out long-distance deliveries, adjusting to driving conditions appropriately and safely.
Driving Long Distances
Trailer drivers transport different types of goods, from materials and equipment to livestock. They drive long distances, maneuvering the truck into unloading and loading positions along the way. They follow applicable traffic and driving laws, staying aware of and reporting any incidents on the road.
Trailer drivers need to ensure that any cargo they’re transporting is fully secured to the trailer, using blocks, chains, covers, or ropes. They need to ensure that transportation meets safety compliance and regulations.
Maintaining a Record of Hours
Trailer drivers carry out various deliveries throughout the course of the day, maintaining a record of each of these, along with their working hours be cross-referenced if issues arise in the future, as well as for compliance with federal and state regulations.
Trailer drivers report mechanical issues or problems with a delivery to their line manager, ensuring a thorough log of the problem is kept for future records.
Keeping Trailer Equipment in Working Order
Trailer drivers keep their trucks and the equipment they work with in good working order and tidy. They inspect the trailer after each trip and record defects they find.
Trailer Driver Skills and Qualifications
Typically, employers require a high school diploma, a clean and valid driver’s license, and a CDL qualification, as well as the following abilities:
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We are seeking to engage an Experience Fleet Manager who is well seasoned on this field, his duties/responsibilites are as follows but not limited to:
When the construction company needs to purchase or lease a new piece of equipment or replace a current piece, the fleet manager does the research to find the best vehicle or piece of equipment for the job. Construction vehicles and equipment include everything from pickup trucks to bulldozers to forklifts. For large and expensive equipment, such as excavators and cranes, the fleet manager submits proposals for bids, compares prices, and negotiates with vendors to find the best possible product at the best price.
Maintaining the Fleet
Construction vehicles take a beating and need a lot of upkeep and preventative maintenance. The fleet manager ensures that each vehicle receives the necessary maintenance to prevent issues or major repairs. Additionally, the fleet manager makes sure each vehicle adheres to industry standards and regulations for emissions, usage and operation.
Overseeing Fleet Logistics
During a construction project, the fleet manager decides which vehicles need to go to which work site, based on each type of project. For example, digging projects need excavators and bulldozers, while road work projects require graders and pavers. He sets up the transportation of the vehicles to and from a work site, takes care of proper storage and housing of vehicles, and manages the fuel consumption for the vehicles. The fleet manager tracks the use of each piece of equipment, including monitoring costs associated with operating each piece, making sure that he stays within the company’s fleet budget. He also looks for ways to cut equipment and vehicle costs.
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