Audit finds little record keeping at B.C. company involved in fatal bus crash
VANCOUVER – A British Columbia-based tour operator involved in a fatal bus crash in Oregon failed to monitor how long its drivers were at the wheel and kept poor records on the maintenance of its vehicles, says a safety audit that prompted the province to revoke the company’s licence.
The audit, released this week through a freedom-of-information request, identified violations in every category it measured and recommended the company’s National Safety Code safety certificate be cancelled.
Read more: Global Montreal, March 8, 2013