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2020 in.sight Executive Series Sessions

in.sight is more than just advancing your technology know-how, we are committed to providing you with educational opportunities to keep you and your business at the forefront of key industry trends and topics.

We are excited to include several transportation thought leaders in our virtual education agenda. Sponsored by Transflo, this slate of sessions will feature unique perspectives from some of the leading experts in transportation. Check out the full schedule below for this series of sessions you won't want to miss!


A Regulatory Update: What to Expect from Washington Before and After the Election

Monday, August 24 | 12:15 p.m.
Dave Osiecki, President and CEO Scopelitis Transportation Consulting, LLC
Join regulatory expert and Washington insider, Dave Osiecki, as he highlights the rules and actions left on the Trump Administration’s regulatory agenda for transportation and trucking. From implementing the new hours of service rules and CSA program changes, to programs and proposals aimed at facilitating the adoption of advanced driver assistance systems, this session will cover the regulatory and legislative waterfront. You will leave this session with a better understanding of how government policies and actions will affect your drivers and your business.


A Status Report on the Canadian ELD Mandate

Tuesday, August 25 | 10:45 a.m.
Geoffrey Wood, Senior Vice President, Policy Ontario Trucking Association
Join Geoff Wood of the Canadian Trucking Alliance as he explains the similarities and differences between the Canadian and US ELD rules, the status of the third-party ELD certification process, the implementation plan for June 2021, the preparedness of the Provinces to enforce the mandate, and much more. If you operate between the US and Canada, you won't want to miss this informative presentation.


DOT Audits in an ELD World

Wednesday, August 26 | 10:45 a.m.
Dave Osiecki, President and CEO Scopelitis Transportation Consulting, LLC
Join regulatory expert and well-known Trimble consultant, Dave Osiecki, as he addresses how DOT audits ELD records, including how they do so remotely (i.e., off-site) from their office. In this session, Dave will explain which drivers and ELD records are selected, how many are selected for audit, and how the investigators audit the ELD records to determine whether your drivers are compliant. You won’t find this content anywhere else, so don’t miss this session.


FMCSA Hours of Service Update

Tuesday, August 25 | 1:15 p.m.
Joe DeLorenzo, Director, Office of Enforcement Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
Join director of the FMCSA's Office of Compliance and Enforcement, Joe DeLorenzo, as he provides a detailed discussion of the current status of FMCSA’s Hours of Service (HOS) Rules. This will include a comprehensive discussion of the new rules that will be going into effect in September, as well as on overview of current compliance status with the HOS rules, and the impacts of the COVID-19 emergency situation.


From Receptionist to CEO: The Story of Ramona Hood

Tuesday, August 25 | 12:15 p.m.
Ramona Hood, President and CEO, FedEx Custom Critical
Join Ramona Hood, President and CEO, FedEx Custom Critical, for this session where she will discuss her career path from entry-level receptionist to the first African-American to lead a FedEx operating company. Additionally, Ramona will share key learnings from her career, and her experience leading through a crisis.


Productive Ways of Dealing with Difficult People

Monday, August 24 | 10:45 a.m.
Beth Allen, Director, Learning & Enablement Viewpoint, A Trimble Company
Join us to learn tools and techniques to productively deal with stress, conflict, and challenging interpersonal relationships. We'll discuss behavioral styles and how to adapt behavior to improve communications and manage conflict. After this session, you will be able to increase awareness of behavioral styles, recognize and adapt behavior in order to improve communication and manage conflict, and apply tools and techniques to improve communications and diffuse tension.


The Importance of Essential Employees: The Fight Against Human Trafficking Continues

Wednesday, August 26 | 12:15 p.m.
Ashley Smith, Director, Energy Operations Truckers Against Trafficking
Modern-day slavery, or human trafficking, exists whenever people are bought and sold for forced labor or commercial sex. Around the world, it is estimated that there are over 40 million slaves today. During COVID-19, there are increased concerns about this crime and getting help to those who need it most. Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) and members and associations from throughout essential industries are making a dent in this crime with thousands of people including hundreds of minors being saved by trucker tips alone. Come see how the pandemic impacts this crime and the importance of essential employees (trucking, bus and energy!) in combating this crime across US and Canada. Access to free training resources is available for your company to join the fight.
These are just a few of the dozens of educational sessions featured on this year's agenda. Check out the full schedule of sessions to discover the wide range of learning opportunities that await you at our virtual edition of in.sight.