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Injuries to the rotator cuff can come from drivers pulling themselves up into the cab. This motion is even more strenuous to drivers who are overweight. The handles found on your trucks, which we refer to as pull handles, really should be called guide handles or balance handles. Drivers should avoid relying on the handles to climb into the cab and place more effort on using the legs, where some of the strongest muscles in the body are found.
With many sources stating that the FMCSA is planning a crackdown on drivers who are more than 20 pounds overweight or have a BMI of 35 or higher, it's more important than ever that drivers and carriers make health and wellness a priority.