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Nelson-Jameson earns fleet safety award

Sept. 21, 2023
The fleet earned a safety award from the Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association for the second year in a row for its total of 486,256 accident-free miles in the state.

Nelson-Jameson has won a Fleet Safety Award from the Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association (WMCA) for the second consecutive year.  The award honors the safest truckload fleets in Wisconsin.

"Nelson-Jameson places a high emphasis on safety through efficient systems and expert logistics to get our customers what they need when they need it,” said Mike Rindy, Nelson-Jameson president. “We are extremely proud to receive this safety award, which acknowledges our employees’ commitment to strive for an accident-free workplace."

Nelson-Jameson qualified for a Fleet Safety Award for Division 1 with a total of 486,256 accident-free miles in Wisconsin.  The company maintains extensive safety training, job shadowing, and regular safety check-ins with employees to stress the importance of safety in the workplace.

WMCA is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of Wisconsin’s truck and transportation owners. With over 1,300 members, including Nelson-Jameson, the WMCA is affiliated with the American Trucking Associations (ATA) in Washington, D.C.

The award was given out at WMCA’s Safety Luncheon on September 19 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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