What are the latest regulatory changes being discussed in Washington D.C. that will impact your business? Are you up-to-date on all the COVID-19 waivers and expiration dates?
As a transportation professional, it's important to take a forward-looking approach to what's going on at the federal level so you can quickly identify, assess and respond to regulatory activity. This is critical for your own organization as well as your stakeholders and clients.
Join us for this very important sesson, as Dan Horvath, ATA's Vice President of Safety Policy provides an overview on key topics, including both recent and proposed regulations.
- Hours of service
- Drug and alcohol testing
- COVID-19 regulatory impacts, waivers and expiration dates
- Entry level driver initiatives
- Future regulatory changes
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST
Vice President of Safety Policy, ATA
Dan Horvath is the Vice President of Safety Policy at the American Trucking Associations. Dan came to ATA in March of 2018 as Director of Safety Policy after more than five years as Director of Compliance and Safety at TransForce Inc. Prior to that role, Dan was a Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration auditor, examining new commercial carriers for regulatory compliance. Before his time at FMCSA, Dan spent several years in the operations and safety department at Mlaker [MA-LACK-ER] Transportation Inc., a Pennsylvania-based motor coach and student transportation company.
In September 2018, Dan was promoted to ATA’s Vice President of Safety Policy. In this role, he represents ATA and its safety agenda before federal and state government regulators and various non-governmental organization. Dan oversees the association’s Safety Policy and Hazardous Materials committees which formulate the official safety policy agenda on behalf of ATA’s broader membership. Dan, a proud CDL holder, is a 2017 graduate of the LEAD ATA program, a board member of the Professional Truck Driver Institute, a long-time volunteer at the National Truck Driving Championships, and serves on multiple committees with the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance.