That’s the question we’re answering in a special Smart Truck Supplement in our November December issue, so you’ll just have to wait a few weeks for the definitive answer. But if the kid who lives four houses north of me is an example of scholastic excellence, as his mother’s bumper sticker proclaims—and was prominently displayed after he rammed her Prius into another neighbor’s fence last week—the contest may not be fair.
Indeed, with the increasing proliferation of information available both to the driver and the office, the challenge is becoming the information overload confronting the users…well, not really, because we are still able to pick and choose which of those little 1s and 0s we’re going to concern ourselves with.
That’s today, but if you’re following what USDOT and OSHA have in mind for the future, you may begin to fear for your relevance in a world that has gone from the freedom of gray-scale decision making to the didacticism of Boolean logic.
Be that as it may, you’re going to get quite an eyeful from our Smart Truck Supplement.
UPCOMING FORESTER UNIVERSITY WEBINAR
Preparing for Natural Disasters: What to Do Before,
During & After
Presenter: Armand E. Lembo, Jr.
President, Lemcor, Inc.
Wed., October 2nd @ 2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT,
Credits: 1 PDH / 0.1 CEU
It’s been a year since Hurricane Sandy. Are you ready to face the next storm? Join industry expert and Hurricane Sandy survivor Armand Lembo, Jr. to explore the critical steps in emergency planning and recovery plans from a waste management perspective. Through discussion of Lembo’s personal experience with Hurricane Sandy, we’ll discuss the key elements of a successful plan, effective communication coordination between the private and public sectors, and the importance of establishing and supporting good communication systems with vendors, suppliers, staff, and customers.
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