Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Light Truck Drivers
Light truck drivers are professionals who operate light trucks, vans, and other vehicles to transport goods, packages, and passengers. In a healthcare setting, light truck drivers may be responsible for transporting medical supplies, equipment, and other materials to and from healthcare facilities.
Light truck drivers may also be responsible for loading and unloading cargo, and for inspecting and maintaining their vehicles. They may also be required to keep accurate records of their deliveries and to follow all applicable traffic laws and regulations.
Overall, light truck drivers play a critical role in ensuring that healthcare facilities have the supplies and materials they need to provide care to patients.
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