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VALUABLE INFO FOR THE 2020-2021 HEATING SEASON

INVALUABLE INSIGHTS FOR OUR INDUSTRY’S FUTURE  

 

REGULATORY & COMPLIANCE SESSIONS
GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY:

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Speaker
Jim Collura
NEFI
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This session will provide an overview of issues affecting our industry in Washington D.C., including efforts in Congress to address the COVID-19 pandemic. It will also provide an outlook for the 2020 election and how the outcome might affect our industry's legislative and regulatory priorities.



About the Speaker(s)

Jim Collura is the vice president for government affairs at NEFI.

Speaker
Matthew Pappas
ARCpoint Labs
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This session will cover one of the most complex of new federal DOT regulations - the FMCSA Clearinghouse – including you and your drivers' drug and alcohol reporting requirements; setting up you and your drivers' accounts; using and getting the most out of the Clearinghouse; making queries and getting consent requests; reporting violations; and frequently asked questions.



About the Speaker(s)

Matthew Pappas is the owner and president of ARCpoint Labs of Woburn.  Matt spent over 20 years in the financial services and high-tech sectors before starting ARCpoint Labs in 2015.  Matt's focus is on providing comprehensive workplace screening solutions to business in safety sensitive industries including transportation, manufacturing and construction.  He is a DOT-certified drug and breath alcohol test technician and regularly presents on topics including workplace drug testing, reasonable suspicion and FMCSA regulations.  He is also the Massachusetts state affiliate for the National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA).

Speaker
Rick Schweitzer
NEFI
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NEFI Regulatory Counsel Rick Schweitzer will discuss the new DOT driver hours of service rules as well as extensions for CDLs, Medical Cards, Hazmat Endorsements and TWICs; drug and alcohol testing issues related to COVID-19; and the Canadian Electronic Logging Device rule set to go into effect in 2021.



About the Speaker(s)

Rick Schweitzer is NEFI's Regulatory Counsel who represents NEFI and its members with a wealth of knowledge and experience pertaining to the complex regulations and their impact on businesses.  He is an attorney in Washington, D.C. with more than 20 years of experience in handling regulatory, legislative and litigation matters for transportation companies and their trade associations. The practice includes a broad base of administrative, tax, corporate and international issues, involving the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the federal and state governments.

*Schedule dates and times subject to change.

 

Register now for unlimited access to all six tracks, webcasting live on September 22 & 23 beginning at 8:00AM EST.