June is safety month for commercial fleets, including a focus from ASE and NSC. - Photo: Work Truck | ASE | NSC

June is safety month for commercial fleets, including a focus from ASE and NSC. 

Photo: Work Truck | ASE | NSC

June is focused on safety. The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has designated June 2024 as "Automotive Service Professionals Month (ASPM)." And the National Service Council has named June "National Safety Month."

Find out more about each effort and how you can participate. Are you ready to make your fleet safer? 

NSC Helps 'Make People Safer'

Preventable injuries are the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, according to the NSC. Make a difference by joining NSC to celebrate National Safety Month this June.

As a participant, you will receive a month's worth of free resources to help prevent leading causes of injury and death among your colleagues, community, family, and friends.

2024 NSM Safety Topics include:  

  • Week 1 (June 1-8): Safety Engagement
  • Week 2 (June 9-15): Roadway Safety
  • Week 3 (June 16-22): Risk Reduction
  • Week 4 (June 23-30): Slips, Trips and Falls

Automotive Service Professionals Month 2024

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has designated June 2024 as Automotive Service Professionals Month (ASPM).

In honor of ASPM, ASE has created a commemorative logo that companies, organizations, and individuals can use to acknowledge and pay tribute to vehicle service professionals. The logo and other ASE digital assets can be downloaded free of charge by visiting ASEtoolkit.com.

ASE urges industry members to embrace Automotive Service Professionals Month as a platform for expressing gratitude to service professionals and conducting recognition events, special programs, and other celebrations.

The ASE Education Foundation, International Truck, and IC Bus recently partnered to provide a unique training opportunity for 10 outstanding instructors from ASE-accredited post-secondary medium/heavy truck training programs to promote safety further.

The 10 instructors were chosen to attend a five-day, hands-on training session at the Navistar OEM state-of-the-art training center in Woodridge, Illinois. They received a $1,000 scholarship to underwrite travel expenses.

  • Nathan Berry, University of Alaska Anchorage
  • Wayne Carpenter, Auto/Diesel Institute of Michigan
  • Brad Conklin, Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • Justin Conway, Lehigh Career and Technical Institute
  • Robbie Lindhorst, Southeastern Illinois College
  • Shannon McCarty, Ashland Community and Technical College
  • Chad Parsons, Laramie County Community College
  • Joe Valora, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College
  • Brad Wake, Francis Tuttle Tech Center
  • Lane Yarbrough, East Mississippi Community College

Resources for Keeping Your Truck Fleet Safer

Work Truck is your go-to resource for work truck fleet safety tips and research. Check out just a few of the features and resources that will help you increase your fleet's safety and ensure your drivers come home, every day.

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Lauren Fletcher

Lauren Fletcher

Executive Editor - Fleet, Trucking & Transportation

Lauren Fletcher is Executive Editor for the Fleet, Trucking & Transportation Group. She has covered the truck fleet industry since 2006. Her bright personality helps lead the team's content strategy and focuses on growth, education, and motivation.

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