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USE OF 3RD PARTY LOGISITCS AND CONTRACT CARRIERS

I am interested in doing a ?yes/no? response benchmark study with the NETS membership regarding their use of Third Party Logistics (3PL) or Contract carriers. I would like to follow-up with some respondents who answer ?yes? for clarification. – Do you use 3PLs to move your product? If yes, – Do you have minimum performance Continue Reading…

USE OF 3RD PARTY LOGISITCS AND CONTRACT CARRIERS

Do you use 3PLs to move your product? YES If yes, – Do you have minimum performance standards 3PLs must adhere to (e.g. driver qualification, vehicle conditions, etc.)? YES – Do you collect any performance data (e.g. fuel consumption, distance traveled, crashes, injuries, etc.) YES – Do you collect performance data for ALL 3PLs you Continue Reading…

1-800 HOW AM I DRIVING

Ecolab has several divisions in the US that have a ?1-800 How Am I Driving? telephone number prominently displayed at the rear of their company logoed fleet vehicles. Ecolab would like to receive feedback to the following questions from other NETS members that either currently use or have used a similar program in the recent Continue Reading…

DRIVING Policy FOLLOWING A LONG FLIGHT

We do not have policy or employee guidance on that particular topic. We have general training on fatigued driving in our defensive driving courses.

DRIVING Policy FOLLOWING A LONG FLIGHT

I’m including an excerpt from a global guidance document (which we are issuing in 2012) addressing fatigue that relates to the question posed. We don’t have a global policy on this matter; however, standards at the op co may be developed and enforced at the local level. JET LAGJet lag is a condition that travelers Continue Reading…

DRIVING Policy FOLLOWING A LONG FLIGHT

At Chevron we don’t currently have a Corporate or companywide policy that prohibits driving after a long haul flight. However, several of the operating companies within Chevron have rules or recommendations that do address certain practices when it comes to long haul flights and or driving outside the US. Below is an excerpt from one Continue Reading…

DRIVING Policy FOLLOWING A LONG FLIGHT

BP requires a journey risk management plan that would include consideration of fatigue following a long flight. There are no strict limitations, but the guidance we provide regarding driving following a flight is as follows: ? If you have been flying ???? ? You should not drive yourselffrom the airport unless you can complete the Continue Reading…

DRIVING Policy FOLLOWING A LONG FLIGHT

Arrivals between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. are considered late night and for safety reasons staff are allowed to use an approved chauffeured car / sedan service or pre-booked taxi service from the airport to home, hotel or office. It is part of our global travel policy, so applies to all employees. However, it is Continue Reading…

DRIVING Policy FOLLOWING A LONG FLIGHT

The answer is “no” for both US and International travel. We do provide travel guidance and highly recommend that employees use other forms of transportation following a long flight.

DRIVING Policy FOLLOWING A LONG FLIGHT

Do you have a written, communicated policy which stops employees driving following a long haul flight? If so, is this policy enforced?(Answers with a global and US split would be appreciated).

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