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Fleet Safety Conference to Provide Practical Tools for Fleets

May 2016, by Kat Sandoval - Also by this author

Photo of the 2015 Fleet Safety Conference courtesy of Chris Wolski
Photo of the 2015 Fleet Safety Conference courtesy of Chris Wolski

Registration is in full swing for the 2016 Fleet Safety Conference. The conference will be held July 18-20 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Schaumburg, Ill.

Continuing in 2016, conference sessions will be broken down into two categories for either light- or medium- to heavy-duty fleets. The Fleet Safety and the HDT Safety & Compliance awards will be presented in conjunction with the American Automotive Leasing Assocation (AALA) on July 19. 

The conference is produced by Bobit Business Media, publisher of Automotive Fleet, Work Truck, and Heavy-Duty Trucking (HDT) magazines. Historically, it is attended by fleet, safety, risk, HR, and EHS managers and directors.

Building Knowledge and Industry Connections

The conference agenda will provide attendees with solid educational content ranging from the latest in safety technology, to the development of fleet safety strategies, changing driver habits, and more.

There will also be plenty of opportunities to network with fellow attendees, allowing them to renew old friendships and make new professional connections.

Those who register by June 17 will save $110 on a fleet full conference pass. For more information or to register, visit www.fleetsafetyconference.com.

First-time Attendees React

The following are testimonials from the 2015 Fleet Safety Conference in Schaumburg, Ill.; both offer prospective attendees an inside scoop on what to expect.

The Fleet Safety Conference allows attendees to build working relationships with vendors, safety experts, and other industry professionals based on a topic that crosses various industries. 

“I’m a first-time attendee and my expectations were completely met. Great conference, presentations were timely and very informative,” said Beverly Cable, fleet administrator, Biosense Webster, Inc., Johnson & Johnson, Diamond Bar, Calif.  “I enjoyed the amount of time being able to meet with the vendors and discuss and learn about their products.”

The overall consensus of past attendees holds firm. The information attained is relatable and applicable to small and large fleets.

“This was my first time attending the show. The speakers were very knowledgeable and passionate about their subjects. I walked away with a lot of great ideas and nuggets of information that I can use every day,” said Troy Anderson, fleet analyst, Lazer Spot, Alpharetta, Ga.

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