TEAM Safe Trucking Fall Semi-Annual Meeting

September 23, 2020


TEAM Safe Trucking will be holding a fall Semi-Annual Meeting VIRTUALLY from 12-4 pm cst on September 23, 2020. The event has been scheduled the day before the 2020 American Logger Council Membership Meeting. Join the TEAM Safe Trucking Board and fellow members for updates, reports, committee workshops, and networking social. Click here to enter the Zoom Meeting. Credentials are below.

Meeting ID: 845 6534 6388 Passcode: 876514

2020 ALC 26th Annual Membership Meeting

September 24-26, 2020

Tune in and see what the American Loggers Council has been doing for the industry. Safety is very important to the Council, so the meeting will be virtual.

For more information, please click here.


Together we can achieve more

Formed in 2015, TEAM Safe Trucking (TST) is a broad-based, non-profit volunteer group seeking to elevate the standard and performance of the American forest industry’s log trucking sector, which organizers believe is the most serious issue confronting the wood fiber supply chain.

The TEAM is made up of....


Timber Producers


Timber Consumers


Timber Insurance Companies


Timber Associations

“Our mission is to reduce accidents through enhanced driver training and effective fleet management and to recruit new, safety-focused drivers to deliver a sustainable and profitable supply chain.”Richard Schwab, President

We are always asked this....

For all sides of the industry including Production, Processing, Insurance, etc. there are plenty of benefits and reasons to get involved

  • An Open Forum

    The only group where all sides of the forestry industry can sit at the same table and ALL have their voices heard.

  • Awareness and Education

    The first program directed directly at the Log Truck Driver and the impact that their safety or lack there of affects the entire industry.

  • Public Image

    Publicity efforts aimed directly at reforming the image of the Industry as a whole.

  • Increased Profit

    The driver training, skill set improvement and fleet best practices all present a unique opportunity for the Loggers to add to their bottom line.

So who is involved in this group you ask?

Please take a minute to recognize all those companies and individuals who have contributed sweat, money and time to make this organization a success.

What happened to the Forestry Transportation Industry?


Our Goal...

Is to educate everyone involved in the forestry industry recognize what has happened to the forestry industry transportation sector. If we can all come together and work to improve our training we will ensure there is an industry left to be passed on like it has been for generations.

Get Involved

Join the TEAM