Join our 22x22 Pushup Challenge
22 Veterans Commit Suicide Per Day
What can you do to help? To help raise awareness of this alarming statistic (according to the VA), Fit to Pass is challenging all Fleet Carrier employees and professional CDL drivers to do 22 push-ups per day for 22 days in the month of November.
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Every Driver Counts
Invest in your driver’s health so you don’t lose your investment.
Every driver is different, which means one driver might need help with losing weight, another driver might need help with their blood pressure, or a driver is a phone call away from quitting because of driving stressors. Whatever your driver might be physically or mentally facing, we have driver-centric health and wellness solutions to guide and engage your drivers for real outcomes. Our driver health and wellness solutions are tailored to your organizational and driver needs so you can keep the drivers you know today before hiring the next unknown driver tomorrow.
What Carriers and Drivers are Saying About us
“I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and was shocked. I thought I was doing everything right. With the help of Fit to Pass, I returned to the clinic after a few months and received a one-year certification. During this exam, my blood-sugar level was a third of the original reading, and my A1C score came down, too.”
— Robert Palm, Founder of Trucker’s FInal Mile & OO to Roadrunner Freight
“I am a 16-year OTR driver, and I just passed my DOT physical on 10/08/20 for two years after receiving a one-year card in 2019 due to a high blood pressure reading. All thanks to Fit to Pass! Now I’m able to keep America moving.”
— Andrea Lewis, J.B. Hunt
“I’ve been doing great since I started with Fit to Pass. I’ve have gone from a size 16 to a size 14. I’m also going to start a high fiber diet to help lower cholesterol and lose weight. Thank you so very much for your help, Fit to Pass team!”
— Candy Bass, Women in Trucking
“We understand that drivers aren’t happy with how they are treated. At Gulf Relay, we are committed to changing that. Adding innovative programs to enhance the driver experience is the most recent example of that. With Fit to Pass, we are making driver’s health and well-being a priority.”
— William Everett Safety Director
KEEP YOUR DRIVERS ON THE ROAD
RECRUIT A 'NEW' SEGMENT OF DRIVERS
ENSURE YOU KEEP YOUR NEW DRIVERS
Women In Trucking are Passionate About their Driver's Wellbeing
The mission of the Women In Trucking Association (WIT) is to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry. They also happen to see the value in Fit to Pass and driver health, becoming a valuable partner in our cause. And we appreciate it. For more information on WIT, click here.
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There is more to learn and more to love on the Fit to Pass blog. Check out our most recent posts below or head to the main blog page to see what else we’ve got for you and your drivers.
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