Maintaining a good safety record has been challenging enough, but now your company faces new challenges.
Companies and industries around the globe are facing the effects of the driver shortage as the typical driver hiring pool declines in numbers. The government and companies alike are seeking ways to avoid increased driver safety issues as a result.
In light of the growing driver shortage, the US Senate has introduced the DRIVE-Safe Act—officially dubbed the Developing Responsible Individuals for a Vibrant Economy Act—to provide a higher level of safety training and enhance job opportunities for both job applicants who are considering trucking as a profession and existing drivers who want to improve their skills and performance.
Join us for an informative webinar exploring the impact of these and other factors, where you’ll hear:
- What is the DRIVE-Safe Act and what impact will it have on your business?
- How is the driver shortage affecting safety records and what should you do about it?
- How can you enforce performance standards necessary for safe transport of goods?
- What impact will all of this have on current drivers–will it increase shortages?
- And more
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David J. Osiecki began his transportation career in 1986 as a motor carrier safety auditor for the Federal Highway Administration, the predecessor agency of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Mr. 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.
At FreightWaves, Dean Croke is active in vehicle telematics, data analytics, data science and standards development at BiTA. Prior to joining FreightWaves, Croke was Vice President of Data Products at Spireon, where he led the development of high-frequency telematics data products. He also ran Lancer’s long-haul truck insurance business after years as Vice President of Omnitracs Analytics, where he developed data science technologies for transportation companies. Croke was one of the founders of FleetRisk Advisors (which became Omnitracs Analytics) and has 35 years of experience in data analytics, transportation, supply chain management, data mining and insurance risk management.