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Vol. 15, No. 38 Week of September 19, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Carlile recognizes drivers for safety

Carlile Transportation said Feb. 22 that it recently recognized drivers for outstanding safety performance at its third annual driver safety awards banquets in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Tacoma. The newest members of the “million mile club,” drivers who have logged more than 1 million safe driving miles without an incident, are: Dru Watson, Jack Jesse, Randy Eyth, Chuck Williams, John Slater, Troy Tennant, Leif Kjostad and Pete O’Neal. In Fairbanks, driver John Taylor was recognized for 3 million safe driving miles. They join 26 other members of Carlile’s drivers with more than 1 million safe miles and represent more than 100 million safe driving miles from Alaska to Texas. In addition to the drivers, 83 employees from the yards, warehouses and shops were also recognized for 12 months of perfect safety performance. “Our goal is to be the best, safest transportation company in Alaska and throughout North America,” said Harry McDonald, Carlile’s CEO. “Safe highways start with safe drivers and we need to communicate our support for their performance and make sure the driving public knows that we have a team of safe drivers on the roads.”



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