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Fleet Safety Conference is Two Weeks Away!

May 7, 2012

TORRANCE, CA – Produced by Bobit Business Media, the first-ever Fleet Safety Conference will be taking place May 22-23 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Schaumburg, Ill.

Registrations for this first-time event continue to grow as the date draws nearer. As of May 7, more than 160 fleet professionals have signed up to attend. For a full list of attendees and to sign up, go to www.fleetsafetyconference.com.


Endorsed by the American Automotive Leasing Association (AALA), National Safety Council, and NETS, the two-day 2012 Fleet Safety Conference will be packed with educational sessions for both commercial and government fleets, covering distracted driving, predicting and preventing at-fault crashes, resources that can be used to promote a safety culture, facts and information on entrustment liabilities, as well as federal and state regulations and compliance.

Highlights will include:

A keynote speech from Maggie Cole, director of environmental safety & health (ESH) for Monsanto and the 2012 Fleet Executive of the Year.

Best practices from top commercial fleets, including McDonald’s, Kraft Foods, Forest Pharmaceuticals, and DHL.

Sneak peeks of in-vehicle safety technology from several automakers.

A comparison of NHTSA and IIHS ratings with real-world experiences.

In addition, the conference will include the presentation of the first-ever Fleet Safety Award, honoring the top safety professional. The award is sponsored by AALA. More information is available at www.fleetsafetyconference.com.

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