The Canadian ELD mandate is almost here, and this timely webinar will help you prepare. Make sure you know the requirements and timeline before the mandate goes into effect on June 12.
As CDL Life reported recently, “Canadian authorities are moving forward with an Electronic Logging Device (ELD) enforcement date in spite of challenges presented by the pandemic and device certification requirements. On March 2, Canadian Minister of Transport Omar Alghabra confirmed June 12, 2021, as the compliance date for truckers to comply with ELD requirements.”
You’ll get the full update on the new mandate in this webinar featuring P. Sean Garney of Scopelitis Transportation Consulting, who will discuss:
- Some of the key differences between the Canadian and U.S. hours of service rules, and what they mean for drivers;
- The similarities and differences between the Canadian and U.S. ELD rules, and what they mean for fleets;
- Why the Canadian ELD certification process is different from the U.S. process; and,
- How Transport Canada and the Provinces will phase-in enforcement of the mandate.
- And more
Don’t miss this important update on the Canadian ELD mandate—register now!
The Canadian ELD Mandate: About Your Speaker
P. Sean Garney
Scopelitis Transportation Consulting
Sean Garney uses his deep industry knowledge and experience to deliver an array of services for STC. He has held roles as a dock worker, load scheduler, freight broker, and industry advocate. Prior to joining STC, Garney worked for NIC Federal, the government contractor that operates FMCSA’s pre-employment screening program, where Garney collaborated with trucking industry stakeholders to advance information technology priorities.
Prior to that, Garney served as Director of Safety Policy for the American Trucking Associations (ATA). During his ten years at ATA, he worked to improve federal rules and programs, advance legislation focused on motor carrier safety, and helped reduce carrier compliance costs. He has served as an industry expert on topics ranging from House of Service, Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs), and the FMCSA’s Compliance, Safety and Accountability program, among others.