MELT

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Image of a semi. Caption: Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT)

As part of the Manitoba government’s commitment to public safety, mandatory entry-level training for commercial truck drivers was implemented Sept. 1, 2019.

Commercial truck drivers play an important role in moving our economy forward, and we are focused on ensuring they have the necessary skills and qualifications to do their job in a way that ensures everyone is safe on the road. Requirements include 121.5 hours of training, which is consistent with other provinces including Alberta and Saskatchewan.

The Manitoba government is consulting with the agriculture industry to determine an appropriate phase-in strategy.

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Image of a semi. Caption: Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT)

As part of the Manitoba government’s commitment to public safety, mandatory entry-level training for commercial truck drivers was implemented Sept. 1, 2019.

Commercial truck drivers play an important role in moving our economy forward, and we are focused on ensuring they have the necessary skills and qualifications to do their job in a way that ensures everyone is safe on the road. Requirements include 121.5 hours of training, which is consistent with other provinces including Alberta and Saskatchewan.

The Manitoba government is consulting with the agriculture industry to determine an appropriate phase-in strategy.

Take the survey below to share your views.