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RESPONSE TO COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Commitment To Maintain Safety For Our Drivers, Customers, Support Staff, & The Public 

Stevens Transport constantly monitors new developments throughout the United States concerning the spread of COVID-19 and its impact. Our management team is taking steps to ensure the wellness and safety of its employees while executing its comprehensive business continuity plan.

BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN

TO OUR TEAM MEMBERS

TO OUR CUSTOMERS

LATEST NEWS & UPDATES

CDC WEBSITE

FMCSA UPDATES

UPDATED Emergency Declarations - Hours of Service Extension

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VIDEOS TO WATCH

Courtesy WKRN - Nashville, TN

TRUCKING VITAL TO ECONOMY DURING PANDEMIC

TRUMP THANKS TRUCKERS

Trump thanks truckers during the coronavirus crisis. Read the story from CDLlife.com

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TRUCKERS TO THE RESCUE!

Courtesy TODAY SHOW - NBC

The TODAY SHOW on NBC reports on the hard-working, unsung heroes, professional truck drivers, helping Americans weather the Coronavirus pandemic.

GOOGLE'S COVID-19 INFORMATION PAGE

SPECIAL MESSAGE TO DRIVERS

HEAR FROM OUR TEAM MEMBERS 

TRUCKLOAD CARRIERS ASSOC. COVID-19 UPDATES

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FL DOT UPDATE

From FDOT: "Commercial motor vehicles should proceed in the left lane and may bypass the checkpoint to ensure timely delivery of products across the state."

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CDC COVID-19 PAGE

Review the latest information available from the CDC.

FMCSA UPDATES
GOOGLE COVID-19

BUSINESSES SUPPORTING TRUCKERS

News stories highlighting what businesses are doing to help truck drivers out on the road.

SUPPORTING AMERICA'S TRUCK DRIVERS

McDonald's restaurants offers solution for truck drivers unable to use drive-thru.

TRUCKER SUPPORT

HEAR FROM OUR CUSTOMERS & FAMILIES

RETURNING TO WORK POLICY

ALBERTSON'S RECEIVING INFORMATION

From Albertson's Brea, CA Facility: "Urgent request from Albertson’s to notify all carriers hauling refrigerated shipments into their Brea, CA facility: DO NOT SHOW UP HOURS EARLY FOR APPOINTMENTS. This is causing the back up on the street because they park and wait. Brea PD came by 3 times yesterday. Any help will greatly be appreciated. Ideally 30 minutes before their scheduled appointment time."

 NEW MCLANE RECEIVING PROCEDURES

LOS ANGELES ORDER ON ESSENTIAL WORKERS

Mandatory Face Mask Order For Essential Workers

UTAH ENTRY PROCEDURES

Utah exempts Truckers from COVID-19 entry survey

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TYSON FOODS VISITOR FACEMASK POLICY

DALLAS COUNTY EMERGENCY ORDER

Amended April 17, 2020

WALMART FACEMASK COVERING POLICY

CAMPBELL SOUP FACEMASK POLICY

COCA-COLA FACEMASK POLICY

Facilities affected as of 4/24/2020: 

  • Northhampton, MA
  • Enfield, CT
  • Ontario, CA
  • Fontana, CA
  • Wright City, MO (updated 4/25)
  • Warrenton, MO (updated 4/25)

SMITHFIELD FOODS FACEMASK POLICY

Costco Depot – Morris, IL
Costco Depot – Van Buren, MI
Dreisbach – Oakland, CA
CFS Coolport – Oakland, CA

OOIDA TO DISTRIBUTE MASKS TO DRIVERS

Doug Morris, OOIDA director of safety & security said: "We will begin distributing 800,000 masks to drivers at six rest stops across the country with the possibility of adding more later.  We expect to be in these locations this week."

  • Georgia: I-75 southbound at mile marker 179 just north of Macon
  • Illinois: I-80/I-294 eastbound at mile marker 1 in Chicago
  • Nebraska: I-80 westbound at mile marker 431 near Omaha
  • Texas: I-35 northbound at mile marker 362A south of Hillsboro
  • California: I-5 northbound in Los Angeles
  • New York: I-87 northbound at mile marker 33, just north of New York City

FREE HAND SANITIZER REFILL STATIONS

ATA is partnering with Protective Insurance Company to distribute ten 55-gallon drums of hand sanitizer, produced by Hotel Tango Distillery, to various locations along major freight corridors. Drivers will be able to use these drums, at no charge, to refill their personal supply bottles. The drums are now being hauled by ATA’s Share the Road and Workforce Heroes tractor-trailers and are now in place at the following locations, with more to follow this week:

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TA/PETRO FOOD OPERATIONS UPDATE 

TravelCenters of America & Petro Stoping Centers have announced important updates to food operations as some states & jurisdictions allow businesses to re-open. 

KEEPING STEVENS TRANSPORT DRIVERS SAFE 

LOVES OFFERS TRUCK DRIVERS $5 E-COUPON

Drivers can get the E-coupon on the Love's Connect app now!

Here’s how drivers can redeem the $5 coupon:

  • Access or download the Love’s Connect app.
  • Add their My Love Rewards account to the app.
  • Add the deal to their account in Mobile Deals.
  • Scan the app or swipe their loyalty card to save $5 on any qualifying transaction. Tobacco, alcohol, fuel and lottery transactions are not eligible.

GREYHOUND PASSENGER FACEMASK POLICY

Beginning May 13th, passengers are required to wear a cloth face covering while onboard our buses. Our employees are already wearing masks onboard as well as in terminals. We highly recommend being prepared in advance with your own face covering.   

If you aren’t able to bring your own or if yours is damaged in route, you can ask your driver or one of our other Greyhound team members for a mask and they will be happy to assist. Additionally, you may be required by local authorities to wear one in the city your trip begins, ends or where you transfer.

TARGET UPDATED  DRIVER POLICY

TARGET RESPONSE PLAN
Please be aware, the following scenarios may result in a driver being asked to return home (and not enter Target property):
·         Driver informs Target they are experiencing flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, etc.).
·         Driver informs Target they have had prolonged contact in the last 14 days with someone with a diagnosis of COVID-19.
·         Driver refuses to wear a face covering where required by local, state, or federal guidelines.
Please note: Even in locations that are not under mandate, Target strongly recommends that all individuals wear a face covering when entering the building. Masks are required to perform all store deliveries.
 
We ask that drivers abide by all local/state/federal guidelines around covering requirements. Carriers are accountable for ensuring their drivers have the necessary face coverings, or other critical PPE, while on Target property.
 
NOTE: Drivers will not be allowed to return to a Target facility until they have met CDC requirements; including no known symptoms and quarantining for a minimum of 14 days.

TEXAS EASES TRAVEL RULES

updated 5-22-2020

Travelers flying to Texas from certain areas will no longer be required to self-quarantine for two weeks, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Thursday.

Abbott issued an executive order terminating his restrictions that mandated 14-day quarantines for travelers flying from California, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Washington, Atlanta, Ga., Chicago, Ill., Detroit, Mich. or Miami, Fla.

Travelers from those hot spots for the coronavirus’s outbreak in the U.S. had been required to self-quarantine for two weeks.

Abbott’s order is effective immediately and ends any mandatory self-quarantine that was already underway, according to the executive order.

Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram & The Associated Press

ALBERTSON'S RECEIVING INFORMATION - DENVER, PA UPDATE 6/8/20

From Albertson's Denver, PA Facility: "We are starting a Driverless Receiving Dock that will require all carriers to utilize the on-site third party unloading service (Capstone Logistics). We have constructed an office directly inside our receiving area in both of our ACME Lancaster DC Receiving areas (located in Denver, PA).  Drivers will no longer enter the warehouse to unload their freight and negotiating with Capstone for unloading services will be done in these “backroom offices”. In the event a driver does not have the means to pay Capstone will generate a separate invoice for unloading charges that will be billed back to you.  Drivers will also not be allowed inside the building to use restrooms, however portable toilets are available and they must remain in their tractors. We know this will be a change for our vendor and carrier partners and appreciate your cooperation during this current situation.."

Thank you everyone for the measures you have taken to keep our supply chain moving and maintaining the health of everyone who is supporting providing food to our customers/families. We recognize the value of each and every person, and the importance of maintaining the health of each and every individual. In an effort to further ensure the safety of all persons involved in supporting our food chain we are enacting further preventative measures to aid in keeping all parties safe and healthy. This change will be go into effect Monday 6/8/20

WAIVER EXTENDED FOR EXPIRED CDLs & MEDICAL CARDS

From Commercial Carrier Journal - FMCSA extends expired CDL, CLP, med cert waiver through September


The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has extended a waiver that gives truck drivers additional time to renew their expired CDLs and medical certificates due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

updated 6-16-2020

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3 MAJOR TRUCK STOP CHAINS ANNOUNCE FACEMASK REQUIREMENTS

The three major truck stop chains have announced they are adopting the recommendations of NATSO, the truck stop trade association, requiring customers to wear face coverings at all facilities. These requirements go into effect July 28 & July 29th.