Details of the Fleet Safety Council’s 24th Annual Educational Conference revealed

by Truck News

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. —This year’s Fleet Safety Council’s Annual Educational Conference will be held at the Centre for Health and Safety Innovation (5110 Creekbank Road, Mississauga, Ontario) on October 2, 2015.

This event brings together fleet safety professionals from the truck, bus, and courier industries as well as insurance and many other related businesses to discuss the latest in driver training, staff development, and risk management techniques.

The Annual Educational Conference is a venue for professionals from across Ontario who represent a transportation sector workforce of more than 68,500. It is an opportunity to connect with industry peers while learning valuable safety-related skills and information that can be directly applied to the workplace.

This year’s conference is in a new format, comprised of several speakers in a one-day event at the Centre for Health and Safety Innovation, which is also IHSA’s head office.

Speakers at this year’s event include

  • Mark Bonner (Ministry of Transportation) – Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement/Education
  • Mark Murrell and Jane Jazrawy (Carriers Edge) – Secrets of the Best Fleets to Drive for
  • Patsy Marshall (University of Guelph) – Personality Dimensions
  • Brett Carson (Ontario Provincial Police) – Driving as a Task: What are the Human Factors?

This is the 50th anniversary of the Fleet Safety Councils in Ontario so watch for details on special anniversary programming. There will also be an early bird draw for a special prize for those who register before July 31, 2015.

For more information on attending or sponsoring this event, please visit Or follow the Council on Twitter at @fleetsafetyconf and the hashtag #fleetsc2015.

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