If you didn’t make it to Outlook 2015, you missed an informative session presented by Joe DeLorenzo, Director, Office of Enforcement and Compliance for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). DeLorenzo has graciously agreed to join us again in 2016 to discuss the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate in further detail, including what this regulation means to you now, in the coming months, and what further actions may be forthcoming.
With the ELD mandate ruling expected to be made any time now, you’ll want to gather as much information as possible. Once the final rule is issued, you’ll have two years to comply.
DeLorenzo’s session “ELD Mandate: What does it Mean Now and Moving Forward?” will be a timely topic at the date of his general session presentation — February 2, 2016. You can expect to hear the most up-to-date information available at that time.
To get familiar with what DeLorenzo has to offer as a speaker, check out these video snippets from Outlook 2015. Attendees were able to participate in a Q&A with DeLorenzo, who gave an informative session that cleared up some questions about electronic logging devices, CSA scores, safety, and more.
Omnitracs Outlook 2016 is the perfect setting to not only hear the latest information on the ELD mandate from the FMCSA, but also to join sessions pertaining to compliance and network with carriers and industry experts.
An entire track will be dedicated to compliance, with sessions from product specialists and Omnitracs’ VP of Regulatory Compliance, Tom Cuthbertson. Our interactive session, “Regulatory FAQs,” answers common questions we hear about today’s regulatory environment. Attendees have the opportunity to submit ELD-related or regulatory questions ahead of time or bring them to the session. For a full list of sessions in the Compliance track, or for the full list of breakouts, visit www.omnitracs.com/outlook and select the Agenda tab.
Omnitracs is committed to keeping you informed of the latest ELD information as things move. In the meantime, we hope you’ll consider joining us at Outlook 2016!
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