ISAAC Instruments recently honored four fleet clients for their commitment to Safety and compliance and Driver Happiness. The award winners were announced at a banquet during the ISAAC HORIZON 2023 User Conference. The four-day event took place in both English and French at the company’s headquarters just outside Montreal in late October.

CNTL was named the winner of the Safety & Compliance Award.
TransPro was the runner-up for the Safety & Compliance Award.

Canadian National Transportation Limited (CNTL) earned the top prize in the Safety & Compliance category, which recognizes fleets using the ISAAC Solution to elevate its safety and compliance programs.

CNTL has recorded a 79% reduction in speeding events and a reduction to zero in hours-of-service violations in the United States with the aid of the ISAAC solution. The fleet is also seeing reduced equipment maintenance costs and increased maintenance service intervals thanks to ISAAC’s technology.

Transpro Freight Systems was named the second-place winner, in part because of its significant declines in out-of-service rates in the United States and in Ontario. It also has seen dramatic improvements in nearly every measurable safety and compliance category, from crashes and other critical events to vehicle maintenance.

The judges praised these companies for how they use data provided by the ISAAC solution to discuss with drivers how they can continue to boost performance, while also stressing the safety gains they are already making.

Titanium was honored for winning the Driver Happiness Award.
Papineau International was the runner-up for the Driver Happiness Award.

Titanium Transportation claimed the Driver Happiness Award, which honors fleets leveraging ISAAC’s solution to elevate the on-the-job experience. The fleet’s average ISAAC Coach score increased to 75 by mid-2023, from 61 at the start of 2021. This led to a companywide gain in fuel economy and a drop in unsafe speeding incidents. To encourage continued improvements, Titanium offers drivers a monthly bonus based on ISAAC Coach scores.

Quebec-based Papineau International was named the second-place winner of the Driver Happiness Award. The judges praised Papineau’s efforts to develop a stronger bond and seamless communications with its drivers through the ISAAC solution. Papineau also stresses flexible training options to help drivers succeed, from in-person individual and group sessions to online training sent through the ISAAC tablet, allowing drivers to train on their own time and at their own pace.

Recognizing and rewarding innovation

Both first-place winners receive $5,000 CAN to distribute at their discretion, while the second-place winners receive $2,000 CAN. All four honorees also receive a video highlighting their tremendous achievements, paid for and produced by ISAAC.

“The entire ISAAC team congratulates these fleets for their tireless dedication to safety, and focus on serving their drivers,” said Jacques DeLarochelliere, ISAAC’s CEO and co-founder. “Hearing the positive stories from the award nominees is inspiration for us to continually innovate and help all of our valued fleet clients reach higher levels of success.”

The nominations for each award were reviewed by a panel of judges from various ISAAC departments with nearly 100 years of combined service to the trucking industry. The awards were open to all fleet clients whose ISAAC solution deployment was completed no later than June 1, 2022.