The United Motorcoach Association Safety Management Seminar will mark its 18th year when the annual event returns on Dec. 6-8.
This year’s sessions will focus on risk mitigation technology, driver management and training, crash and claim management, and Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse. The agenda was developed by the UMA Risk Management Committee in conjunction with the UMA Education Committee, based on feedback from UMA Members and their own shared experience.
“It’s hard to believe it has been 18 years since the first UMA Safety Management Seminar,” said Ken Presley, Vice President, Legislative & Regulatory Affairs & Industry Relations/COO. “The challenges associated with bus and motorcoach safety dictates a periodic fresh look to see different perspectives, new ideas, and reinforce the tried-and-true strategies.”
This annual event will be virtual again to facilitate participation by operators whose safety professionals are not able to travel due to their daily responsibilities. The meeting will take place over three consecutive afternoons.
The Safety Management Seminar features “how-to” applications of risk management to show how to eliminate as much risk as possible. This must-attend event is for anyone who manages safety and compliance for motorcoach fleet operations. Sessions will focus on the industry’s most pressing needs and provide take-away information that attendees can put into practice ASAP.
Registration fees for UMA Members are $129. Early bird registrants save $30, enjoying the $99 fee. Also available is the team rate (up to 5 staff members) for $259 with early bird fees through Nov.11 $210 – truly a bargain that can benefit those on your staff that affects safety.
Non-member rates are $229 for individuals and $449 for teams. When registering individuals, make sure their name is listed under your company registration before registering to receive the UMA Member rates.
To register, click here.