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Attending this class will better prepare you for compliance to CSA. The seminar will include discussion and overview of state and federal laws and regulations governing the motor carrier industry and commercial motor vehicles, e.g. driver qualifications files, commercial driver licenses, hours of service, drug and alcohol tests, etc. Each attendee will also receive the management edition of the current FMCSR handbook and Driver Qualifications File.
Instructor: Ken Morder, Safety Director
To confirm your attendance, please contact Kristi Gould at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 717-761-7122
PMTA will be having our Call on Washington (COW) September 24 through 26, 2019. Participants will have the opportunity to meet with their elected representatives in Washington and have your voices heard regarding issues that our important to our industry. Rooms can be reserved by contacting Capitol Skyline Hotel 10 I Street SW, Washington, DC 20024. Reservations will be at the rate of $199.00 + 14.95% tax. Please ask for the PA Motor Truck Association Group Rate.
Please note the reservation cut-off date is August 27, 2019 so call and make your reservations today!
Here is the reservation link you can use to make online reservations at rates specifically negotiated for your company:
Reservations can also be made via phone by calling: 1-800-458-7500 and asking for the PA Motor Truck Association Group Rate.
Call the PMTA Headquarters or email Kristi at email@example.com to sign up for the Call on Washington.
Presented by PMTA and CLEE: This course will probe into several issues that safety directors, risk management, attorneys, and law-enforcement personnel must be aware of when they are now involved in an investigation resulting from a crash. The areas that are addressed in this program are a portion of what is needed to perform a complete analysis of the crash. The subjects covered in this course will include, crash scene evidence and the pre and post impact story, vehicle maintenance and how that information can be used against you in an investigation, the Driver’s role, and nighttime visibility and other environmental factors that become part of the investigation.
(Course 1 does not need to be pre-requisite for Course 2)
Instructor: Rick Varner
Presented by NATMI: The courses are applicable toward NATMI’s nationally recognized, university accredited certification programs. Taking the courses is the first step toward earning a credential that will help you become a more competent professional, earn industry recognition and credibility in court testimony.
Instructor: Angel Arzaga of NATMI
For more information about the course, please visit www.NATMI.org.
Presented by NATMI: This train-the-trainer course is for professionals responsible for the development and implementation of professional driver training programs. Students learn teaching skills and their practical application. In addition, students will have the opportunity to present their own lesson plans with critique following.
For more information about the course, please visit www.natmi.org.
Seminar will include review of 49 CFR, Part 395, related interpretations and exemptions, along with work projects on familiarization and auditing a driver's record of duty status (logbook). This seminar will also address ELD regulations.
This seminar will include discussion and video to help in determining reasonable suspicion of alcohol misuse and/or use of controlled substances by employees. The training meets the federal requirements of Part 382.603.
In this new 2019 course you will learn what triggers an off-site review, how the compliance record-sharing process works, how much time is involved, what records are typically requested, how audit results are communicated to you, and more. More off-site reviews by FMCSA means a greater percentage of carriers will receive an FMCSA intervention. If your company has or is close to one or more elevated CSA scores, you need to know how this new audit works.
Instructor: Dave Osiecki
We invite you to join us and showcase your business at the
Safety Management Council's
SAFETY DAY CONFERENCE
Carlisle Expo Center
100 K Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
Over 200 attendees will have the opportunity to visit your exhibit booth and learn more about the services you provide during this one-day conference.
New This Year - Outside Equipment Showcase
$100 per vehicle
Space is Limited. Register Today!!
SET-UP: Thursday, October 31, 2019 | 6:00 am - 7:45 am
TEAR-DOWN: Thursday, October 31, 2019 | 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
For Exhibitor questions, please contact Tim Hoffman at 717-761-7122
FULL PAYMENT OF EXHIBIT SPACE RENTAL
MUST ACCOMPANY THIS REGISTRATION/CONTRACT
This exhibit space contract is entered into between your company (Exhibitor) and the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association. This contract takes effect upon acceptance by the Exhibitor. The Exhibitor hereby requests PMTA to provide Exhibitor with exhibit space at the PMTA Safety Conference and Expo 2019 with the understanding that the Exhibitor will set up on 10/31/19, and must participate in the show on 10/31/19, during the times stated above.
Exhibitor agrees to pay PMTA the scheduled rent with submission of this registration. Exhibitor agrees to abide by the rules and regulation submitted separately and as prescribed by the Carlisle Expo Center. Your registration as an Exhibitor indicates acceptance of these conditions.
The Safety Management Council has decided to move the Annual Safety Day Conference from its date in March to October 31, 2019.
This conference will look forward to the major safety changes that are set for 2020 including the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse and Entry Level Driver Training.
Speakers will include Dan Horvath from the ATA, Tom Bray from JJ Keller, a law enforcement roundtable and representatives from the FMCSA.
The $25 price of admission includes a barbecue lunch.
Presented by PMTA and CLEE: This training session is designed to enhance the knowledge of the participant. The course is designed for safety directors, risk management experts, attorneys, and is a basic level training for the experienced law enforcement patrol officer. This session will address the post-impact vehicle examination of the vehicles, as well as various case studies regarding actual vehicle examinations. This course will also examine the reason why a quick post-crash examination is of benefit, and when it might be in your benefit not to conduct a pre-crash examination. A block of instruction will be fives as to testimony at the magisterial District Courts. The rules that apply to your testimony, the officer's testimony, and the expert witness.
(Course 1 and 2 does not need to be pre-requisite for Course 3)
More details to come but rooms are available for reservation now!
Follow this link for more information: https://book.passkey.com/event/49973424/owner/49784154/home
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