TRU-1722 has been in the trucking industry for 41 years. Currently, he is a transportation consultant. He has consulted on more than 150 cases and has been deposed and has testified numerous times in both state and federal courts. He worked as a truck driver for International Harvester Company beginning in 1962 and later was a self-employed contract driver. From 1966 to 1973 TRU-1722 was a truck driver for Wenhan Transportation, R & W Service System, Mohawk Motor Freight, and Central Transport, Inc. In 1973 he once again became self-employed, this time as a truck broker (agent). As a truck broker he worked with owner-operators and shippers, did national and local sales, dispatched trucks and handled trip leasing and billing. During the 80s he managed several trucking companies. In October 1993 he became safety director for a trucking company.
Attended numerous classes through employerâ€™s safety programs
JJ Keller – OSHA Compliance & Updates
JJ Keller Seminar – Updated Federal Regulations and How to Survive a D.O.T Audit
Railroad Grade Crossing Seminar (Little Rock, Arkansas)
Updating courses pertaining to the D.O. T. regulations