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OTA reveals dates and topics for 2015 Symposium Series


TORONTO, Ont. – The Ontario Trucking Association has released the details and dates of its upcoming 2015 Symposium Series – a succession of one-day conferences that each address different specific area of operations.

The OTA says there is “something for everybody no matter what sector you’re in and what company department you work with.”

The dates and details of the Symposium Series is as follows:

April 29 – Building Bridges: The 21st Century Can-Am Border

There’s been a multitude of initiative to improve cross border processes in recent years. This conference will address how these initiatives have changes the highway sector. It will be monitored by CTA & OTA v.p. of customs and security, Jennifer Fox.
May 20 – What’s Op With That?  A Roadmap for Regulatory and Safety Compliance

This symposium is designed to help you run your business safely and efficiently. All key regulatory, safety and operational issues that impact the Ontario trucking industry will be covered. This session will be moderated by CTA and OTA v.p. of regulatory compliance, safety and operations, Geoffrey Wood.
June 24 – Inducing Labour:  A Business Case for HR

With the shortage of truck drivers and others in the transportation industry, this symposium will address how to improve human resources management within your fleet to help with retention and recruitment. It will be moderated by Angela Splinter, president of Trucking HR Canada.
September 23 – Truck Talk 3.0: Economic Conditions & Trends in Trucking

In this symposium, a panel of North American freight market experts will digitally engage audience members while discussing topics like what the future holds for the trucking industry and capacity trends.

To attend the event click here.

Each symposium is $75 per person.


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