Seminars/Webinars

MEDIUM & HEAVY DUTY ELECTRIC VEHICLE FLEET TRANSITIONING
September 15/2022
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On July 11thTransport Canada opened a Medium & Heavy Duty Vehicle Incentive program that will provide a total of $547.5 million of incentives over 4 years, up to a maximum of $100,000.00 per vehicle. There are also federal and provincial funding programs for infrastructure. This panel will explain how the grant program works, how you can access the funds, and how you can leverage these funds to transition a fleet from a diesel fleet over to a zero tailpipe emission electric vehicle.


PLANT'S MAGAZINE ROUNDTABLE - SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES - Video

April 7/2022

TRANSPORTATION WITH ALTERNATIVE ENERGY

March 22/2022

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Canadian early adopters, and technology specialists discuss
BEV, CNG, RNG, Hydrogen and Hybridization

Presentations:  Adam WhitneyKelly (Coldstar)Naeem (Transportation Alternative Energy)


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On The Road to Electric Truck

February 17/2022

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  • Experiences, and lessons learned in fleet electrification
  • Pain points & obstacles as we electrify
  • Where to start - how to get started / design in smart ways for truck operations
  • Case studies demonstrating key challenges and solutions
  • Strategies for electrifying and transitioning to a zero-emission fleet incl. financial, infrastructure, O&M

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Current HR Issues in the Trucking Industry 

November 23/2021

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Join a panel of industry experts to discuss the top current HR issues the trucking industry is facing and how to best prepare yourself and your organization to deal with these issues, now and into the future.

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A Canadian ELD Mandate Update, where are we at?
October 19/2021

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The Canadian ELD mandate for Federally Regulated Carriers came into effect June 12th/2021, with jurisdictions agreeing to delay full enforcement until June 12th/2022.
Join us for a candid discussion moderated by PMTC President Mike Millian that will cover where we are in the process and what a fleet can expect as they transition their fleet to a Canadian certified ELD” 

The discussion included:

  • How many devices have been approved?
  • Will we be ready for the new date?
  • What does a fleet need to do to be compliant in time?


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Hybrid Learning For Driver Training & Development
September 22/2021

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With the different methods to deliver training, it can be a challenge to figure out what works best in various scenarios. Join Mike Millian, PMTC President and Chris Henry, VP CarriersEdge, on Wednesday, Sept 22nd as they discuss a blended approach to driver training and development, the pros and cons of the differing methods, and how to make the most out of each one.

The discussion included:

  • The magic square of delivery methods
  • Best practices to improve effectiveness
  • Common pitfalls to avoid
  • When and how to combine different methods‚Äč


 

Enhanced Analytics and the impact on the Transportation and Logistics industry. 
April 21/2021

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The Real-World Power of Data Analytics
Presenter(s): Sanchia Duran, Sales Director, BlackBerry Radar & Matt Carr, Senior Director, Operations, CPC Logistics Inc.

 
The discussion included:

  • Understand how Data Analytics can provide visibility into a business
  • Discuss real-world examples of how data analytics improved CPC Logistics Inc.
  • Discover where data analytics could improve your operations through visibility
  • Save money, save time
  • Spend in areas that require investment
  • Fact based decisions

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Screening for Cognitive Impairment: Ontario’s Enhanced Road Test
March 17/2021

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Traffic Injury Research Foundation
Robyn Robertson


This presentation provides an overview of a new cognitive road test developed by the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) for the Ministry of Transportation in Ontario, Canada (MTO). TIRF developed and evaluated the Enhanced Road Test (ERT) in 2016 to assess a driver’s cognitive fitness to drive. It was designed to flag individuals for potential cognitive impairment and help distinguish between those drivers fit to drive and those not fit to drive. The presentation summarizes research evidence on fitness to drive and cognitive impairment, describes the different components of the ERT, discusses key findings from this study, and reviews conclusions as well as next steps for drivers, employers and owner operators. 

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Covid-19 Workplace Training Webinar Accelerating Skill Development
Leveraging Technology to Deploy, Track, and Maintain Third-Party Training Credentials

February 18/2021


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In this presentation, Bluedrop Learning Networks will highlight industry trends related to e-learning and micro-credential advancements, and showcase how Government agencies and Industry Associations are leveraging software solutions and SaaS technology to help accelerate skill development and deliver critical broad-based training (e.g., COVID-19 workplace safety training) making it easy for employers to augment their own training (e.g., driver safety, materials handling, etc.), and ensure that through the use of digital passport technology, all third party contractors and stakeholders meet and maintain required industry standards with greater simplicity and efficiency.

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MEE - Cargo Security Solutions January 19/2021

January 19/2021

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Canadian ELD Update
Mike Millian | President, PMTC
Private Motor Truck Council of Canada

MEE, Cargo Theft & Secure Logistics Solutions
Todd Moore | Vice President, Cargo Theft & Specialty Risk
ISB Global Services


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Covid-19 Testing and workplace strategies Webinar
December 16
/2020

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"To Test, R-naught to Test"
Why test?

  • Current testing options available in Canada
  • What a test can and cannot tell you
  • Suggested COVID-19testing in the workplace

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Driving Cost Reductions with Improved Safety
November 18/2020


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Improved Safety was the leading cost reduction strategy by private fleets in Canada in the PMTC’s 2020 benchmarking survey.  Learn from recognized leaders in the industry from trucking, insurance, and consulting/technology perspectives on how best to approach an improved safety strategy to drive cost reductions. 

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