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Embracing Landstar's Safety-First Culture
As Landstar’s “ambassadors of safety,” Landstar Safety Officers (LSOs) are the representatives from each independent agency at the forefront of Landstar’s customer safety initiatives. The LSO, who embraces all aspects of Landstar’s safety-first culture, is the customer’s point of contact at the independent Landstar agency for safety-related questions.
Supporting customers with Landstar’s safety efforts is what LSOs do best. Congratulations to the following Landstar Safety Officers recently recognized as LSOs of the Month.
August 2020 LSO of the Month: Kirk Peine
Landstar Safety Officer Kirk Peine was named the August 2020 LSO of the Month. Peine and his team at Freightmeister Inc., in Fairport Harbor, Ohio, regularly demonstrate their commitment to safety by attending virtual LSO meetings, dialing in for the Safety Thursday Conference Call, communicating safety with every dispatch, and leading a safety discussion with the Cleveland Ohio Traffic Club. Congratulations to Peine and his team!
September 2020 LSO of the Month: Mohammad Chatila
Mohammad Chatila, owner of Let’s Move It LLC., in St. Augustine, FL was selected as the September 2020 LSO of the Month for his agency’s spotless safety record. In addition to regularly attending virtual safety meetings and participating in the Safety Thursday Conference Call, the agency team has not had a single preventable cargo claim with over 15,600 loads or avoidable accidents in 2020. Congratulations to Chatila and his team at Let’s Move It!
October 2020 LSO of the Month: Cal Sachs
Congratulations to Cal Sachs and his team at Cargo Net Transportation Inc. in North Highlands, California. Sachs was selected as the October 2020 LSO of the Month for his independent agency’s dedication to safety. Throughout the year, the agency team at Cargo Net Transportation has regularly attended virtual safety meetings. In addition to an outstanding safety culture, the agency has no preventable accidents with more than 6 million BCO miles in 2020.