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Supporting Driver Hours-of-Service Compliance, Alertness and Productivity Through a Mutually Beneficial Partnership with Shippers, Receivers and Brokers
During this session, we will conduct a review of fatigue fundamentals, hours-of-service rules and its challenges, and fatigue management solutions. We will also go over selected guidelines from the code of ethics established by the Truckload Carriers Association and the National Industrial Transport League that may increase mutual understanding and cooperation.

Commercial drivers are often treated as the “elastic band in the supply chain,” leading to an elevated crash risk and operational inefficiencies. The North American Fatigue Management Program recommends enlisting the support of shippers, receivers and brokers to foster a team approach to hours-of-service compliance and improved driver alertness. Please join us and invite your partner shippers, receivers and brokers to also join us in this webinar where we will review their role in driver fatigue management.

To see how the fatigue management partnership with shippers, receivers and brokers fit within an overall fatigue management program, please watch the recordings of our webinar series at https://nafmp.org/webinars/ and scroll down to “Recordings.”

Jul 6, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Rodolfo Giacoman
Fatigue Management Program Specialist @Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance
Rodolfo joined CVSA in 2021 as fatigue management program specialist. He has collaborated with CVSA since 1993 as a contractor, associate member and sponsor. For seven years as general manager of Alertness.Pro, Rodolfo conducted education and training programs for motor carriers and commercial motor vehicle drivers on fatigue management, including the North American Fatigue Management Program. Rodolfo is a veteran program manager of mission-critical public safety programs and systems under federal and international contracts.
Katie Morton
Hazardous Materials Specialist @Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance
Katie joined CVSA in 2021 as the hazardous materials specialist. She served 15 years with Missouri Department of Transportation as an investigator, lead staff trainer and hazardous materials specialist. Katie served as a subject matter expert on electronic logging devices and the 2020 hours-of-service rule changes. She was also a certified inspector who conducted safety audits, compliance reviews and complaint investigations. Katie has a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in public affairs.
Mark E. Schedler
Senior Editor - Transport Management @J. J. Keller & Associates
Mark Schedler joined J. J. Keller in 2016, with 25 years in trucking. Mark’s areas of expertise include operations and safety best practices as well as driver qualification, passenger-carrier, and hours-of-service regulations. Before joining J. J. Keller, Mark was a Director of Operations for Gordon Trucking, Inc. and held various leadership roles with Schneider National and Maverick Transportation. Mark also served as an officer in the United States Navy.