Tue15Sep20153:00 - 7:00 PMTA/Petro - Eloy, AZ
ATA will have the Share the Road display trailer on display, DPS will have their DART Van, a nurse will be onsite for glucose testing for drivers, TA/Petro will be donating health snacks. ATA is looking for members to volunteer for this event. Please contact Nancy Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can volunteer time and or handouts.
Click here for more information
Thu01Oct2015Sat03Oct2015The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa Tucson
The Arizona Trucking Association (ATA) invites you to attend the 2015 Leadership Conference. This year’s conference will be held at the Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa in Tucson, Arizona from October 1, through October 3, 2015.
Because of our amazing sponsors, ATA’s annual conference is nationally recognized as a top rated event. Trucking executives travel from all over the country to attend our business education meetings, championship golf, excellent entertainment, and three days of networking and relaxation.
Now is the time to reserve your hotel room. September 4th is the hotel reservation deadline but it is a first come first serve so reserve early.
Thu15Oct20158:00 AM - 3:30 PMArizona Trucking Association
What should you do before an OSHA auditor comes in? OHSA regulates us in the workplace. We all know that driving a CMV is a dangerous profession but there are serious risks for the driver when not driving as well. Implementing an effective Safety Program includes protecting your employees when they are on the job wherever that might be. For more information and registration flyer Seminar_OSHA_10.15.2015_distributed.
The SMC will be meeting on Thursday, October 22nd at 2:00 in the training room at the ATA facility. This will be my last meeting as the Chair for the SMC. I will be hosting an open discussion on the “Top 20 Cargo Securement Out-of-Service Violations from 2014 Calendar Year in the U.S.” These violations represent over 80% of cargo related OOS violations and 13% of all OOS violations.
The election of the 2015-2017 SMC officers will also take place. It’s not too late to step up and get involved!
Hope to see everyone at the upcoming meeting.
ATA will be closed in observation of Veterans Day
Thu12Nov201511:00 AM - 2: 00 PM2402 S. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85043
ATA will be closed Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th in observation of the Thanksgiving Holiday.
ATA will close at noon Thursday, December 24th in observation of the Christmas Holiday.
ATA will be closed Friday, December 25th in observation of the Christmas Holiday.
Thu14Jan201611:00 AM- 1:00 PMATA Headquarters
Meredith Dekker, Investment Advisor Representative of Dekker Financial will be hosting a lunch and learn January 14th from 11am to 1pm discussing Tax & Retirement Planning.
Several questions they will cover are:
- How much should I save enough for retirement?
- Should I be saving for retirement or my child’s college education?
- Is it possible to control your taxes and also build up my retirement accounts?
- How can I reduce my tax burden?
- Where can I be more tax efficient?
- Should I be structuring my income to flow through an entity?
This presentation will have a question and answer portion to allow you the opportunity to pose your own questions. RSVP to email@example.com.
Thu21Jan20165:30- 9:00 PMArizona Trucking Association
This event was rescheduled from Nov. 12 to Jan. 21st. 2016. ATA will be hosting a Texas Hold’em Poker Fundraiser to raise money for our Political Action Committee (PAC). Our PAC events help ATA raise the necessary funds to support candidates who are pro-business and support the trucking industry. Additionally, PAC events are great for networking, team building, socializing, and a great way to support trucking! Click here for more information and registration form.
Mon25Jan201610:30 amArizona State Capitol - House Lawn
ATA will be hosting its biennial Truck Safety Day at the Arizona State Capitol along with our state public safety partners. We invite all members to join us as we highlight our joint efforts to promote Truck Safety in addition to providing safe roads and highways for the driving public.
Please RSVP to Nancy Nelson using the form below.
Thu28Jan20167:30 AM - 10:30 AM7500 W. Madison St. Tolleson, AZ 85353
Training Covers: OnGuardTM CMS System, RSC & ESC Stability Control Systems . Click here for more information
Wed17Feb20168:00 amATA Headquarters
This seminar will cover:
Who must comply including a couple of attractive exceptions for some in the industry
- The three major components of the rule.
- New supporting documents
- How to use them to verify that the driver has logged correctly
- Protection from harassment
- Mute on TMS
- Technical specifications
- Synchronization with the ECM
- Display to enforcement
- Approved providers
- Dates and decision process
- New supporting documents
- Panel of experts for question and answers
Click here for registration form
- The three major components of the rule.
Sat20Feb20168:00 AM ShotgunStonecreek Golf Course
Saturday, February 20
Location: Stonecreek Golf Course- 4435 E Paradise Village Pkwy S, Phoenix, AZ 85032
Time: 8:00 AM Shotgun
The Truck Driving Championship (TDC) Committee is hosting the 4th Annual TDC Golf Tournament on the 20tht of February. This has been a great fundraising event for the TDC and we encourage you to enjoy the fun. We are seeking golfers, sponsors and volunteers. Click here for registration and sponsorship form.
Pairings should be submitted no later than Wednesday, Feb. 10th. Registration will be on a first come first serve bases. This event overbooked last year, make sure you get your registration and payment form in early.
This Webinar is the first in a series of free online training and is open to all ATA Members.
This webinar series is designed for individuals with any level of knowledge of technology. We understand that technology is becoming more important to businesses, but the education around technology is not keeping pace for those who aren’t tech-savvy. The goal of this webinar series is to help attendees understand the business impact of various technologies so that they can make informed, strategic decisions with technology regardless of their background.
This webinar will cover the topic of cloud computing and how it can help your business from a financial and strategic perspective. All webinars are live and will be recorded to play on-demand. Future topics: • Cybersecurity – How Businesses Lose Tens of Thousands of Dollars • Business Intelligence – Making Strategic Decisions From Accurate Data • Tips and tricks for Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Powerpoint) • Customer Relationship Management (CRM) – Making Your Sales Team More Efficient • SEO Optimization – Drive More People to your Website and Increase Sales
For more information and to register for this seminar use the following link:
Thu10Mar201611:00 am7500 W. Madison St. Tolleson, AZ 85353
Come and enjoy lunch and learn about: Safety Improvement & Innovation!
The Scapellato & Company (Jodie and Jim) will be hosting a lunch and learn program on March 10th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. This is not a sales program; there is nothing to buy. Rather, it is strictly a safety program on a unique method to help truck drivers prevent rear end crashes into their tractor-trailer rig by other vehicles while stopped in the travel lane or shoulder of a roadway.
If safety is truly your # 1 priority, it is worth your time and effort to have lunch and see and hear what Jim Scapellato has to say. Jim Scapellato was formerly the Director of Research and Standards with the FHWA (now FMCSA). He was responsible for writing many of the interstate trucking rules we operate under today such as CDL, alcohol and drug testing, conspicuity, rear impact guards, medical qualifications, etc. He also served as the Director of Federal Enforcement Policy and Training, MCSAP grant program, and Hazardous Materials program. Prior to Washington D.C, Jim was the Southeast Regional Counsel in Atlanta, Georgia and prosecuted more than 3,000 motor carrier and driver cases for violations of interstate trucking rules but now helps carriers get their safety ratings upgraded and civil penalty claims dismissed or lowered.
The program will allow time for questions and answers and Jim and Jodie will be available after the program to meet with you. Jim will also be speaking briefly at the safety & maintenance council meeting later in the afternoon.
Please come and remember to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (602) 850-6003.
Wed23Mar20169:30 am4044 W. Black Canyon Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85086
Networking Event - Click here for registration form
$95.00 per Shooter
Cost includes: gun rental, ammo, targets and lunch.
You do not need to bring your own gun or have prior
shooting experience to participate.
Dress code: Pants and collared shirt. No open-toed shoes;
boots are recommended. The course is primitive desert
walking trails and critters may be abundant.
Thu24Mar20168:30 amArizona Trucking Association
The best way to pass a DOT audit is to be certain you are in compliance in the first place. Therefore you need to know what regulations you are subject to and what records the DOT expects. This one day seminar is taught by former DPS auditor, Sam Mayfield, Academic Carrier Education Services, LLC (ACES) who has conducted hundreds of audits, and will give you a step-by-step guide for DOT compliance and audit preparation.
Summary: The seminar will teach maintenance and regulation standards, as well as best practices to help carriers avoid, prepare for, and pass a DOT audit including:
• Commercial vehicle definition and requirements
• Driver Qualifications and Vehicle Maintenance files
• Drug and Alcohol testing
• Hours of Service
• CSA, accident control, insurance and much more...
Whether you are a seasoned trucking veteran who needs a refresher on the rules
or you are relatively new person who needs to better understand the rules, this class is for you. Sam will not only teach you what is required by rule but also give you the opportunity to go over any possible questions or concerns specific to your company.
This webinar is free and open to all members. We have all heard the key words like "Cloud", "Networking", "Cybersecurity" , Gateway and may more. Now is the time to learn what it is all about at no cost. Arizona Trucking Association along with Microsoft Partner and ATA member All Covered will be holding these webinars the first week of every month. This is a great opportunity to get updated information on the latest technology. Click on picture for more information and registration page.
Fri15Apr2016Tempe Diablo Stadium
Sat16Apr20167:00 amTempe Diablo Stadium
This will be a one day event. Driver entry forms are now available. Please visit http://arizonatrucking.com/arizona-truck-driving-championship/ for more information and entry forms.
Fri22Apr20167:30 AM ShotgunOrange Tree Golf Club
Spring PAC Golf Tournament
April 22, 2016 - 7:30 AM Shotgun Start - Registration opens at 6:30 AM
Orange Tree Golf Club
10601 N 56th St, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
$125.00 per player greens fee - $75.00 minimum *PAC contribution
Click here for more information and registration form.
Thu05May20169:00 amATA Headquarters
Do you know who around you is trained to do CPR? It
may be fewer people than you think. Get your team the
training they need to respond in an emergency!
Whether you need emergency care training tor the workplace or the community, this course is designed specifically for those who are occupationally required to be certified or just have a desire to have CPR, AEDs as well as basic First Aid training.
Safety, maintenance, human resources, compliance
personnel and management staff and other personnel
CPR, AEDs, Basic First Aid
Scapellato & Company, LLC using Medic First Aid
Jodie Scapellato – Registered Nurse
Rich Murray – S & C Contractor and Certified Instructor
Click here for more information and registration form.
Sat07May20168:00 amLaketime Houseboats - Paige, Arizona
Tue10May201611:00 amATA Headquarters
Please join Dekker Financial as we discuss three concrete succession planning strategies for you and your business. Succession planning can be helpful when looking to transition a business to a family member or when the owner would like to move towards retirement. A thriving business can continue growing with proper planning and leadership in place. Please join us for a lunch and learn discussion May 10th, 2016 from 11am to 1pm. Bring your appetite and your questions.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Please come and remember to RSVP to email@example.com or call (602) 850-6003
Fri13May201611 - 48314 W. Roosevelt St. Tolleson, AZ 85353
Thu19May201610:00 - 2:002310 W. McDowell Rd. Phoenix
Thu19May20162:00 pmATA Headquarters
Review 2016 TDC competition and discuss the 2017 event.
Tue24May20168:00 amArizona Trucking Association
Ten years ago, motor carriers doing business in California could be confident they were legally compliant if their drivers followed DOT Hours of Service regulations. This is no longer the case, and two years ago the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held federal trucking law did not preempt California employment laws. Consequently, there have been waves of litigation against out-of-state motor carriers with drivers in California, resulting in multi-million dollar verdicts, concerning:
- California’s meal and rest break laws, governing when and for how long breaks must be provided and recorded;
- California’s piece-rate law, requiring each task to be separately paid at minimum wage or above; and
- California’s independent contractor laws, making it increasingly difficult to use ICs in California
Richard Rahm and Greg Coulter, Littler Mendelson, employment law co-counsel for the California Trucking Association, will discuss strategies for avoiding the legal pitfalls for any motor carrier with drivers in the Golden State.
RSVP to SMCdougall@littler.com or 816.772.0622.
(This is a complimentary program.)
Thu09Jun201611:00 am420 S. 35th Ave. Phoenix, AZ
Have you ever wondered how tires are retreaded? This is your invitation to see the process. Purcell tire is offering members a tour of their facility. They will give 20 members a private tour and lunch is on them! If you are interested in this event please call Arin Stroud at 623-848-4200 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fri17Jun20168:00 amATA Headquarters
Current EVOT Registration form http://arizonatrucking.com/certified-escort-driver/
Sat25Jun20167:00 amUniversal Technical Institute (Avondale)
Where: Universal Technical Institute, Avondale Campus
Arizona State 5th Annual SuperTech Competition registration is now open. Click here for info sheet and application.
Commercial Vehicle Technician—must be employed by a member company of ATA who has performed the regular duties of a certified mechanic for the past 12 months.
To evaluate competitors’ diagnostics, mechanical and electrical skills using trucks, tractors, trailers and converter dollies Gauge competitors overall knowledge and problem solving abilities using the written test.
Complete 2016 registration form Submit completed form with payment (registration fee of $115.00 per entry) to the Arizona Trucking Association 7500 W. Madison St. Tolleson, AZ 85353.
30 Minute stations including written testing and Hands on Skills Station challenges (which may also involve written test) will be given. There will be approximately 6 separate stations set up.
Awards presented to first place winner of each station as well as the overall winner (Grand Champion)
Volunteers are also needed. If you can donate your time to judge/time keep and or assist in other positions please contact email@example.com.
Tue12Jul201611:00 amATA Headquarters
Thu14Jul20165:30 pmSteele Indian School Park - Memorial Hall
ATA Annual Safety Awards Reception - Save the Date - more details to follow.
Tue02Aug201610:00 amArizona Trucking Association
Operating or Dispatching a Truck in California? Learn the rules. Avoid the fines!
Attend a short, FREE COURSE on California’s air quality regulations for on-road, heavy-duty diesel trucks, buses, tractor-trailers and refrigerated trailers. Sponsored by the California Air Resources Board (CARB), this short course will teach you how to be in compliance with California’s air quality regulations and what to expect from CARB on-road inspections. The course will also include information about the process to get annual waivers and low use exemptions”
The CARB courses will be offered on August 2nd and 3rd, and A FREE $25 Amazon Gift Card gift card will be raffled-off to attendees at the end of each class! Attendees must be present for the entire training and complete registration and evaluation forms. Limit one per person.
- Tuesday, August 2: 10 a.m.-12 Noon OR 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
- Arizona Trucking Association’s Training Room
- 7500 West Madison St. Tolleson, AZ, 85353
- Wednesday, August 3: 10 a.m.-12 Noon OR 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
- Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton, Tucson East / Williams Center
- 251 S. Wilmot Road, Tucson, Arizona. USA 85711
Reserve your seat today! Please pre-register now! Walk-ins Welcome as well!
- Register for the Phoenix and Tucson classes at: http://extensioninfo.ucdavis.edu/arb-southwest/
For questions or to register, call (530) 757-8545 or email info@TruckRegsCA.com
Fri05Aug20164:30 pmCooper'stown/Chase Field
The Arizona Trucking Association invites you to join your fellow members and the Young Professionals Council for happy hour downtown and/or a ballgame immediately following at Chase field. To RSVP for the mixer only email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and additional guest.
Ball game tickets are limited. Order Today! To reserve and pay for your tickets email Karen Schiefelbein at karens@aztrucking or call 602.850.6004 with the information below.
Click here to download the PDF flyer.
Wed17Aug20169:00 am800 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85007
A special presentation for employers, human resource professionals, safety professionals and key executive management. Currently, there are four states that have passed the sale and use of marijuana for recreational use. Another four states have initiatives out for signatures that would replicate these changes in state laws for the November 2016 ballot. Arizona is one of those states. Since the passing of Amendment 64 in Colorado, states have been keeping their eye on the outcomes. Those that would like to see marijuana legalized have also used Colorado as the model state to reform future initiatives for other states.
The people of Arizona will likely be asked to vote yay or nah to legalize marijuana for recreational use this November. It is important that employers are well informed on what is in this initiative NOW, how the Colorado experiment has impacted employers and how Arizona's proposed language will directly affect the workplace.
Gina Kesler, President of D & A Experts, along with special guest from Colorado, Jo McGuire, President of Five Minutes of Courage, request your attendance as they take an in-depth look at the initiative and evaluate how it impacts employers, employees and business in Arizona.
Enroll on-line at www.ezregister.com/promoters/1607
Wed14Sep20169:00 amArizona Trucking Association
On September 14, 2016 at 9:00 am Troopers from the Arizona Department of Public Safety's Commercial Vehicle Enforcement unit will be providing free training to representatives from various companies within Arizona's trucking industry.
The goal of this training is to have two to three representatives from your company attend the training and take what they have learned back to their companies and train their employees on the topics covered.
Troopers will cover how to maintain safe brakes, proper brake inspection maintenance and operation, what they look for during a commercial vehicle inspection, load securement, pre-trip inspections, and will take questions regarding inspections.
To register for this training please email email@example.com with the name of attendees and your company.
Thu15Sep20165:30 pmFindlay Toyota Flagstaff - 5030 Marketplace Dr. Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Hosted by: Findlay Toyota of Flagstaff
Speaker: Gina Kesler, President of D & A Experts
Join Findlay Toyota for a special presentation for employers, human re-source professionals, safety professionals and key executive management about marijuana in the workplace.
Currently, there are four states that have passed the sale and use of marijuana for recreational use. Another four states have initiatives out for signatures that would replicate these changes in state laws for the November 2016 ballot. Arizona is one of those states.
Since the passing of Amendment 64 in Colorado, states have been keeping their eye on the outcomes. Those that would like to see marijuana legalized have also used Colorado as the model state to reform future initiatives for other states.
The people of Arizona will be asked to vote yay or nay to legalize marijuana for recreational use this November. It is important that employers are well informed on what is in this initiative NOW, how the Colorado experiment has impacted employers and how Arizona's proposed language will directly affect the workplace.
Gina Kesler, President of D & A Experts request your attendance as we take an in-dept look at the initiative and evaluate how it impacts employers, employees and business in Arizona.
Thu15Sep20167:00 amKay's Kafe - 3401 S. 43rd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85009
Join your fellow ATA members and Arizona DPS State Troopers for coffee/breakfast and
No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions and get to know the troopers from Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division.
Space is limited, please RVSP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-850-6003
*Free coffee provided. Participants are responsible for paying for their own breakfast.
Mon19Sep20168:30 amLas Vegas, Nevada
Fri23Sep20168:00 amATA Headquarters
What: D.O.T. Compliance and Audit Seminar
When: Friday, September 23, 2016
Where: Arizona Trucking Association
7500 W. Madison St.
Tolleson, AZ 85353
The best way to pass a DOT audit is to be certain you are in compliance in the first place. Therefore you need to know what regulations you are subject to and what records the DOT expects. This one day seminar is taught by former DPS auditor, Sam Mayfield, who has conducted hundreds of audits, and will give you a step-by-step guide for DOT compliance and audit preparation.
CLICK HERE for registration form
Wed12Oct201611 AM - 3 PM8710 W. Roosevelt St. Tolleson, AZ 85353
Thu20Oct2016Sun23Oct2016The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain, Tucson, AZ
For detailed information on the 2016 Annual Meeting and Leadership Conference visit http://arizonatrucking.com/arizona-trucking-association-leadership-conference/
Quick Registration Links:
Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain reservation link: http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/arizona/dove-mountain.
The Leadership Conference group code is ACFACFA.
2016 Leadership Meeting and Conference Registration form Click Here
2016 Leadership Conference Golf Tournament Registration form Click Here
Sat22Oct201610:00 amWestgate Entertainment District - East Parking Lot
Members are invited to attend and or be a part of the 2016 Annual Glendale Touch a Truck.
On Saturday, October 22, 2016, the Glendale Public Facilities, Recreation & Special Events Departments is hosting its 2016 'Touch a Truck' event at Westgate Entertainment District (6770 N Sunrise Blvd. (91st Ave & Glendale Ave) in the east parking lot).
Touch a Truck is a remarkable display of commercial and industrial vehicles. It is a unique opportunity for families to see, touch, and interact with big trucks of all shapes and sizes. Industrial, commercial, rental, fire and city vehicles will be on display. Although this event is geared toward elementary school children it is fun for the whole family. Admission is free.
If you are not at our annual leadership conference you are encouraged to attend and please be sure to stop by our ‘Share the Road” trailer and say hello.
If you would like to volunteer to help ATA at Touch a Truck or if you want to provide us with promotional items to hand out, please contact Nancy Nelson at email@example.com.
There are also openings for your company to be a sponsor and or vendor at this great event. There are currently about 10 member companies who participate annually. Click here for more information on vendor registration and sponsorship opportunities.
Thu03Nov201611:00 amATA Headquarters
Arizona Trucking Association Presents:
Come and enjoy lunch and learn about:
- Driver and Technician Shortage. Where we are, and how do we retain the future workforce?
- Non Electronic Roll over Technology
Please join George Arrants, BASE Air Management as he discusses trends in both driver and technician shortages and how companies and fleets can increase retention and understand how to find the workforce they need. Also, we will discuss BASE Air Management and their patented process to control ride stability on trucks and trailers and its ability to stay level even with shifting loads This process requires no wiring and/or modules. Please join us for a lunch and learn discussion November 2th, 2016 from 11am to 1pm catered by Rudy’s BBQ. Bring your appetite and your questions. Attend our lunch and learn and receive our four step guide with concrete solutions.
Please come and remember to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (480) 469-0212.
Thursday, November 3rd , 2016
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
ATA Training Room
7500 W. Madison St.,Tolleson, AZ 85353
FREE for ATA Members--$10 for Non Members
Sat12Nov20168:00 amWigWam Golf Resort
What: 2017 TDC Golf Tournament Fundraiser
When: Saturday, November 12, 2016
Where: Wigwam Golf Resort
451 N. Old Litchfield Rd.
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
Cost is $85.00 Per Player.
Players will receive Cart, Green Fee, Range Balls and Lunch (Lunch & Raffle will immediately follow play)
Click Here to download registration flyer
Thu17Nov201611:00 amArizona Trucking Association
Arizona Trucking Association Presents:
Come and enjoy lunch and learn about:
Financial Efficiency: Four Concrete Ways to Run Your Business
So It Isn’t Running You
Please join Dekker Financial as we discuss four concrete financial efficiency strategies for you and your business. Financial efficiency can save you time and money and give you more freedom to do the things you really want. Never have enough time in the day? This is the presentation for you. Please join us for a lunch and learn discussion November 17th, 2016 from 11am to 1pm. Bring your appetite and your questions. Attend our lunch and learn and receive our four step guide with concrete solutions.
Please come and remember to RSVP to email@example.com or call (480) 897-1067.
Thursday, November 17, 2016
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
ATA Training Room, 7500 W. Madison St. Tolleson, AZ 85353
FREE for ATA Members--$10 for Non Members
To reserve your spot please RSVP today by email or call: Meghan Carpenter at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (480) 897-1067.
Wed14Dec201610:30 AM – 12:30 PMATA Offices
Thu15Dec20162:00 PM – 3:30 PMATA Offices
Thu15Dec20167:00 AM – 8:30 AMKay’s Kafe / 3401 S. 43rd Ave./ Phoenix, AZ 85009
No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions and get to know the troopers from Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division. Free coffee provided. Participants are responsible for paying for their own breakfast. Please RSVP to knesta@AZtrucking.com or 602.850.6003.
Thu12Jan20172:00 PM – 4:00 PMATA Offices
Fri20Jan20179:00 AM – 11:00 AMATA Offices
Please note this is a date and time change from original posting
Tue24Jan201710:00 AM – 2:00 PMATA Offices
Wed25Jan20179:00 AM to 10:30 AMATA Offices
Craig O'Loughlin, partner at the law firm Quarles & Brady, will lead the briefing and discussion on what you need to know about the new law - Prop 206, the Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act.
Thu16Feb20172:00 PM – 3:30 PMATA Offices
Tue28Feb20178:00 AM - 2:30 PMRenaissance Glendale Hotel & Spa/ 9495 W. Coyotes Blvd., Glendale, AZ 86305
Join J. J. Keller experts Sr Safety Consultant, Jeana Hysell and Sr. Regional Account Executive, Arty Bentch for this complimentary seminar on mitigating fleet risk for experienced fleet professionals.
Why You Should Attend: You'll receive the latest updates on the changing FMCSA regulations including hours of service, ELD final rule (Electronic Logging Device), Driver Qualification, CDL requirements, drug & alcohol testing regulations and Vehicle Maintenance! Learn how to manage and reduce risk in your fleet within these critical areas of compliance.
Bonus ELD Session: The ELD final rule has arrived! Is your fleet evaluating ELD options? Come early for a hands-on ELD technology demonstration of J. J. Keller's Encompass with E-Logs! Bring your own smart device to load the free app on your phone or tablet!
Fri03Mar20178:30 AM to 1:30 PM ATA Offices
Thu09Mar20172:00 PM – 4:00 PMPhoenix FD Ops Center/ 2430 S. 22nd Avenue/ Phoenix
Please note the change of location for this meeting. Meeting will be held at the Phoenix Fire Department Special Operations Training Center - 2430 S. 22nd Ave./ Phoenix.
Captain Greg Hawk will offer a presentation on Phoenix Fire Department response to a crash involving a large vehicle, special equipment they use and what a CDL driver can do to assist on the scene of a crash.
Thu09Mar20177:00 AM to 8:30 AMKay's Kafe/ 3401 S. 43rd Ave./ Phoenix, AZ 85009
Thu16Mar20172:00 PM – 4:00 PMATA Offices
Fri17Mar20179:30 amBen Avery Clay Target Center / 5060 W Skeet St, Phoenix, AZ 85086
We invite you to join us for a friendly round of sporting clays at the Ben Avery Clay Target Center Friday, March 17th.
Certified shooting instructors will provide a short tutorial before we begin and ongoing guidance while we are on the course.(more…)
Sat18Mar20179:00 AM - 2:00 PMTucson Medical Center Parking Lot #11
Thu23Mar201710:30 AM – 12:30 PMATA Offices
What is Call on Washington?
ATA members join up at a central hotel in Washington and as a group, meet with individual members of Arizona’s Congressional delegation, heads of regulatory agencies and other officials to discuss business issues, as well as attend dinners and special events.(more…)
Thu13Apr20172:00 PM – 4:00 PMATA Offices
Fri05May20177:30 AM Shot Gun StartStonecreek Golf Club/ 4435 E. Paradise Village Pkwy S./ Phoenix
Thu11May20172:00 PM – 4:00 PMATA Offices
Thu18May20170700 AM - 0830 AMKay’s Kafe / 3401 S. 43rd Ave./ Phoenix, AZ 85009
Thu18May201708:30 AM - 04:00 PMATA Offices
FMCSA Compliance Specialist Brian Bullard will offer a step-by-step guide for DOT Compliance regarding Hours of Service revisions and the mandated responsibility to place Electronic Logbooks (ELD's) into commercial vehicles by December, 2017.
Several vendors will have product demonstrations of ELD's following the classroom seminar training session.
Thu25May201711:00 AM - 1:00 PMATA Offices
Please join CMS and Scopelitis to get a clear understanding and insights on best practices around:
- Hired vs. Contracted
- Training vs. Orientation
- Deductions vs. Expenses
- Employed vs. Independent/Lease Contractor
- Reclassification & Compliance with Federal Motor Carrier Leasing Regulations
Thu01Jun20171:30 PM - 3:30 PMATA Offices
Recap meeting of 2017 TDC Competition
ATA has once again been invited by the Department of Public Safety to participate in the Annual Roadcheck event. Participants are able to observe inspections alongside officers at the designated areas as well as do ride-a-longs with officers.
This is a perfect opportunity to send your management staff, safety coordinators, technicians or other operational personnel to see first hand how inspections are done on a daily basis and learn how to improve your practices to become safer truckers!
The emphasis this year is cargo securement. According to CVSA, checking cargo securement is always a part of roadside inspections, CVSA is highlighting cargo securement as a reminder to drivers and carriers.
Participation form and civilian observer applications - please return to Karen Nesta by May 17th.
Click here for participation form.
The Ride-a-Long program has been reduced to 20 participants so we encourage you to send your form in as soon as possible.
Click here for civilian observer application.
As an additional member benefit ATA endorsed partner J. J. Keller is offering a free copy of Roadcheck 2017 whitepaper.
Tue06Jun20178:00 AM to 9:30 AM8301 W. Sherman Street, Tolleson, Ariz. 85353
Member News: Natural Gas Vehicle Road Rally Comes Through the Valley – Arizona Trucking Association
“EVO CNG is excited to host this west coast to east coast road rally,” said Damon Cuzick, EVO CNG CEO. “Tolleson and west Phoenix are the home of commercial trucking in Arizona. The stop at EVO CNG will showcase our state-of-the-art refueling station, and demonstrate the ease and benefits of using compressed natural gas for all vehicles.”
The road rally stop in Tolleson will include a variety of CNG vehicles, speakers, an award ceremony, and educational opportunities. Attendees will include state and local government officials and policymakers, NGV customers and advocates, and industry stakeholders. The public is welcome to attend.
NGVAmerica is the national organization driving the use of natural gas as a clean, domestic, safe and abundant transportation fuel. The organization represents more than 200 companies, environmental groups and government organizations interested in the promotion and use of clean-burning natural gas in transportation. For more information, visit www.ngvamerica.org.
Southwest Gas Corporation provides safe and reliable natural gas service to nearly two million customers in Arizona, California, and Nevada.
Tue13Jun201710:00 AM – 2:00 PMATA Offices
Thu15Jun201710:30 AM – 12:30 PMInland Kenworth / 8314 W. Roosevelt St./ Tolleson, AZ 85353
Fri16Jun20178:30 AM - 1:30 PMATA Offices
Sat24Jun20170630 AMUTI ( Universal Technical Institute) 10695 W. Pierce St., Avondale, AZ
The competition will give commercial vehicle technicians a chance to compete against their peers within the state of Arizona.
Tue27Jun20171:00 PM – 2:00 PMATA Offices
Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is studying the issue of short supply of truck parking. ATA is hosting a roundtable discussion with ADOT and carriers to discuss the problems and look at possible solutions. Please have someone from your company join us to be part of this discussion. Please email email@example.com if you are planning to attend.
Thu27Jul201711:30 AM to 1:00 PMATA Offices
Safety is the top priority in the trucking industry today.
As you may know, the Arizona Transportation Education Foundation (ATEF), the ATA’s 501c(3), sponsors two major safety programs dedicated to educating the driving public on how to safety drive around a commercial vehicle. The first program called “Share the Road” is geared towards the general public. “Share the Road” events usually happen at large public gatherings like: Glendale’s Touch-a-Truck, TMC’s Be Safe Saturday, RoadCheck, etc. Our “Teens and Trucks” program, in partnership with DPS, generally takes place at high schools and middle schools and is geared towards teens just learning to drive.
Both programs are huge successes for the ATA and ATEF. Educating drivers about how to operate safely around large commercial vehicle benefits everyone!
Because these great programs are so successful, we have increased the number of events we do year over year. As a result, we need to recruit more companies to participate.
This is a great problem to have! The more people we can educate, the safer our roads will become… its as simple as that.
Therefore, I invite all carrier members to join us for a very special meeting with DPS Sergeant Corey Smith and Trooper Ed Warren to go over the Teens and Trucks school program!!
Thursday - July 27th - 11:30am to 1:00pm
Lunch will be provided!
Learn how you can help make a difference by participating with the Teens and Trucks School program. Additionally, for those of you who have participated in the past, there will be additional information regarding some changes we are making to the program for the Fall 2017/Spring 2018 semesters.
Tue01Aug201711:00 AM - 12:00 PMATA Offices
On August 9, 2017, new laws will take effect that will impact household good operations in Arizona.
House Bill 2145, which passed the legislature and signed by the Governor during the legislative session, regulates intrastate moving companies in regards to:
- Carrier Liens
- Advertising Requirements
- Insurance/Loss Coverage Disclosure
- Fees and rates
The Arizona Trucking Association, 7500 W. Madison Street, Tolleson, AZ 85353 will host a free briefing to members and non-members of the association, to discuss the new household goods law and how it may affect you and your business.
Representatives from the AZ Department of Public Safety will also be on hand to answer any questions you might have for them.
Please RSVP to Karen Nesta @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602.850.6003 by Friday, July 28th if you plan to attend this briefing.
Wed02Aug20172:00 PM - 3:00 PMATA offices
This is a follow up meeting with ADOT regarding Truck Parking.
Thu10Aug20170700 AM - 0830 AMKay's Kafe/ 3401 S. 43rd Ave./ Phoenix, AZ 85009
Please join DPS Captain Brian Preston, DPS State Troopers and fellow ATA members for coffee, breakfast and conversation. No agendas - just a chance to get to know the troopers from Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division.
Please RSVP to Karen Nesta @ email@example.com or call 602.850.6003 by August 8th.
Thu31Aug20170900 AM to Noon or 0100 PM to 0400 PMATA Offices
Operation Safe Driver Train-The-Trainer has been developed for the purpose of improving professional CMV driver behaviors. We will be hosting two (2) training sessions on August 31st. Morning class will be from 9AM to noon and afternoon class will be from 1PM to 4PM.
Five different training modules are included:
- Defensive Driving Part I
- Defensive Driving Part II
- Following the Rule of the Road
- Beyond Distracted Driving (Work Zones and Rural Roads)
- Defeating Distracted Driving
Each person in attendance will be provided a thumb drive that includes all of the material covered during the course.
Course Trainer, Randy West, is a retired Sergeant with the Utah Highway Patrol and has over 30 years of Commercial Vehicle Safety experience.
Class sizes will be limited so register today!
Thu14Sep20170200 PM – 0400 PMATA Offices
Mr. Alfonso Moreno, USDOT/FMCSA/ Arizona Division, will be our guest speaker. Mr. Moreno will be presenting updates on the ELD rule.
Fri15Sep20170830 AM - 0130 PM ATA Offices
Thu21Sep20170830 AM - 0100 PMATA Offices
This seminar is brought to you by Great West Casualty
Who should attend??
Owners, Safety, Human Resources, Compliance Personnel and Management Staff
- Business Law For Truckers 101
Presented by Robert Todd, Great West Casualty (Contract & Subrogation Attorney)
Running a trucking company is difficult, time consuming and oftentimes rewarding. One of the least gratifying aspects of trucking is the number of ways lawsuits can be filed against companies and drivers. Hear about ways to mitigate lawsuit risk and recognize contract terms that can potentially impact future litigation.
- Review Of The New Food Safety Modernization Act & Cargo Claims Refresher Course
Presented by Jonathan Stringer, Great West Casualty (Assistant Vice President, Claims)
The Food and Drug Administration is implementing requirements for shippers, carriers and receivers engaged in the transportation of food, including food for animals, to use sanitary transportation practices to ensure the safety of the food throughout the supply chain. Mr. Stringer will review this and some of the important aspects of the cargo claims process.
Please go to Events/ Leadership Conference for complete information.
Thu28Sep20170200 PM – 0430 PMSedona Hilton
Thu28Sep20170200 PM – 0430 PMSedona Hilton
Thu26Oct20170830 AM - 0400 PMATA Offices
The best way to pass a DOT audit is to be certain you are in compliance!! You need to know what regulations you are subject to and what records the DOT expects. This one day seminar is taught by FMCSA Compliance Specialist Brian Bullard.
Registration deadline is October 13, 2017.
Sat04Nov2017TBD - date - time and location
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Thu09Nov20170200 PM – 0400 PMATA Offices
Fri01Dec2017TBD - date - time and location
Exact date, time and location to be updated in the future
Fri01Dec20170830 AM to 0130 PMATA Offices
Thu07Dec20170700 AM to 0830 AMKay's Kafe/ 3401 S. 43rd Ave./ Phoenix, AZ 85009