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AMTA taps Root for compliance gig

CALGARY, Alta. -- In an effort to replenish the association's dwindling staff, the Alberta Motor Transport Associat...

CALGARY, Alta. — In an effort to replenish the association’s dwindling staff, the Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) has added a new key member.

Mayne Root will be joining the AMTA on Jan. 7 as the director, compliance and regulatory affairs.

Root is no stranger to the AMTA — he has volunteered with the association in the past to work on the Partners in Compliance Carrier Review Board and the Drive of the Month Selection Committee.

Root also served as the chief judge at the 1999 Alberta Trucking Industry Safety Association Truck Roadeo and can often be seen at the AMTA’s regional meetings and safety conferences.

Most recently, Root has been a member of the Calgary Police Service’s police truck unit, so he’s no stranger to the compliance and regulatory issues facing truckers.

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