CSA Webinar

CSA: New & Improved or Same Old, Same Old?

CSA has been in place for a decade; the industry understands and manages to it. But now new changes may be in the offing—what will they mean to your fleet?

Learn what current and future CSA programs may impact your business, and what you should do to prepare in this informative webinar, where leading experts David J. Osiecki and P. Sean Garney of Scopelitis Transportation Consulting will discuss:

  • Violations that have and continue to drive government oversight and interventions
  • Identified CSA problems and challenges, and how they may be addressed
  • The timeline for CSA improvements
  • The new crash preventability program and what you should be doing
  • And more

Don’t miss this informative webinar—register now!

Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020
2:00 PM Eastern / 11:00 AM Pacific

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About Your Speakers

Ask the Regulatory Expert Dave Osiecki

David J. Osiecki

Scopelitis Transportation Consulting LLC

David J. Osiecki spent 20 years at the American Trucking Associations in Washington working on behalf of the trucking industry in safety, policy, regulatory and advocacy-related positions. Mr. Osiecki rose to Executive Vice President for ATA, and represented the industry before State legislatures, federal agencies, the U.S. Congress and in the national media, including appearances on national network news programs. He now serves as president of Scopelitis Transportation Consulting, LLC.

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P. Sean Garney

Vice President,
Scopelitis Transportation Consulting LLC

Sean Garney uses his deep industry knowledge and experience to deliver an array of services for STC.  He has held roles as a dock worker, load scheduler, freight broker, and industry advocate.  Prior to joining STC, Garney worked for NIC Federal, the government contractor that operates FMCSA’s pre-employment screening program, where Garney collaborated with trucking industry stakeholders to advance information technology priorities. Prior to that, Garney served as Director of Safety Policy for the American Trucking Associations (ATA). During his time at ATA, he worked to improve federal rules and programs, advance legislation focused on motor carrier safety, and helped reduce carrier compliance costs. He has served as an industry expert on topics ranging from House of Service, Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs), and the FMCSA’s Compliance, Safety and Accountability program, among others.

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