If you are a shipper or know a shipper, encourage your trucking companies to become trained with Truckers Against Trafficking.
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Their goals include saturating trucking and related industries with TAT materials, partnering with law enforcement and government agencies to facilitate the investigation of human trafficking, and marshaling the resources of their partners to combat this crime. One of their key programs is the Shipping Partners Program.
As shippers (i.e., a company that hires carriers), these businesses most likely have a transportation and logistics department that either moves the majority of the company’s product through its own private fleet, or through carriers that are hired, or both. As the customer, these companies are truly in a position to use their influence to help make their carriers aware of human trafficking and how they can become part of the solution. If you are a shipper, become a TAT Shipping Partner, or if you know a shipper, encourage them to become a TAT Shipping Partner, and join the fight against human trafficking.
Encourage your trucking companies to become TAT Trained. Your simple act makes the roads safer and helps recover innocent victims. Companies that join the TAT Shipping Partners Program and advocate TAT training for their core ground transportation carriers have a major impact in saving lives by promoting the program throughout the industry.
TAT provides all the resources free of charge.
Learn more about becoming a Truckers Against Trafficking Shipping Partner by clicking "Learn More" above.
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