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2019 SMC and TSC Annual Policy Conference

March 20-22, 2019
Hilton Old Town, Alexandria, VA

Join American Trucking Associations' Safety Management Council and Transportation Security Council at the 2019 Annual Policy Conference, March 20-22 in Alexandria, VA. This meeting gives members of these councils an opportunity to connect, represent their company's interests and make the most of their membership. The Conference includes committee meetings, working groups and networking events. Throughout the conference, attendees will discuss the latest issues on safety, security, and human resource related topics that play a significant role in the trucking industry.


Whether you are or not on a committee or in a working group, we encourage all SMC and TSC members to attend this important meeting for an even greater return on investment in membership. Your participation and involvement is key to the success of councils. And your insights are vital for advancing safety and security in the trucking industry. Register today! 




ELD Discussion Panel 
Tom Cuthbertson, Vice President, Regulatory & Compliance, Omnitracs, LLC
Fred Fakkema, Vice President, Compliance, Zonar
Collin Mooney, Executive Director, Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Alliance

Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Update 
David J. Yessen, Division Chief, Compliance, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 

Hazardous Materials Update 
Paul Bomgardner, Chief, Hazardous Materials Division, U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

OSHA Update 
Tressi L. Cordaro, Attorney at Law, Jackson Lewis P.C.

Commercial Driver Safety Risk Factors (CDSRF) Study Presentation  
Dr. Erin Mabry, Research Associate, Center for Truck and Bus Safety, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI)

Transportation Security Update and Discussion 
David Cooper, Section Chief, Industry Engagement Manager – Highway, Policy, Plans, and Engagement, U.S. Department of Homeland Security – TSA
Jimmy Beasley, Transportation Security Specialist, Security Policy and Industry Engagement, U.S. Department of Homeland Security – TSA

Food Modernization Act Update 
John T. Husk, Esq., Seaton & Husk, LP 



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