Monthly Archives: July 2015

5 Most Common Types of Forklifts

Counterbalance Lift

At Breakaway we offer a variety of jobs operating forklifts. There are many different types of lifts that are used in the Transportation and Logistics industry and we fill positions working with all different kinds of machinery. Whether you are

Warehouse Films


Everyday, we at Breakaway Staffing place our associates in positions in all areas of the Transportation and Logistics industry. One of the environments we often find ourselves and our associates in is the warehouse/distribution centre. In a fun instance of

Heat Stress


As we enter into the hottest months of the year heat stress becomes a larger hazard for workers in many professions. We have put together this post in hopes of giving you an introduction to heat stress (based on information

Safety Tips for Young Workers


Young workers are much more likely to be injured on the job than other workers. As a young worker, protecting yourself should be your #1 priority when starting a new job. You are entitled to have the knowledge and support

Choosing Breakaway Staffing


If you have started a job search recently chances are you have come across or have thought of using a recruitment agency. These days, there is an overabundance of agencies to choose from so how do you decide? If you

Speed Regulators & Trucking


Recently there has been increased attention on speed limiters on heavy trucks. Speed limiters are electronic systems in large trucks that limit the speed at which a vehicle can travel. The United States has recently proposed legislation that would require

4 Items to Bring to Breakaway


You’re coming to visit us at Breakaway Staffing! Whether you’ve booked an interview or you decide to drop by our office we are excited to see you and help you find a job! But first, there are a few items

Tips for Working the Night Shift


Are you starting a job that is on a night shift schedule? Maybe you’re switching from a day shift to a night shift? The transition can be really tough. We’ve put together a few helpful tips to help you move