Increasing Motor Carrier Operating Performance and Safety through Onboard Recording Devices

Please join OH&S and XATA for our free Webinar: Increasing Motor Carrier Operating Performance and Safety through Onboard Recording Devices on October 30. Topics include cost savings, increased safety & compliance, and fleet operations optimization through automatic onboard recording devices.

Attendees will learn how using automatic onboard recording devices (AOBRDs) and analyzing the captured data allows any-size fleets to increase cost savings, identify potential safety issues, better optimize their operations and find other potential cost-saving trends.

This hour-long Webinar is free and can be viewed anytime that's convenient for you.

With volatile fuel costs, imminent driver shortages and possible federal regulations mandating AOBRD use, fleet managers can no longer ignore the importance of tracking their fleet's performance in regard to safety and compliance. Information gathered through AORBDs can be analyzed to uncover ways to improve on-the-road safety, fuel use, labor costs, equipment maintenance and delivery routes.

Presenting during the Webinar are XATA's top experts in fleet safety and operations optimization and compliance:

  • Ken Yeomans, Director of Professional Services
    Ken has more than 25 years of experience in the transportation field, and was formerly the transportation systems manager for Maines Paper and Food Service, the nation's fifth largest foodservice distributor.


  • Don Presley, Professional Services Manager
    Don has more than 23 years of experience in the transportation industry. He is a Certified Transportation Professional through the National Private Truck Council and a Certified Director of Safety through the North American Trucking Management Institute.


  • Chuck Haffenden, Safety and Regulatory Compliance Manager
    Chuck is the former Vice President of Safety at Unisource and former Manager of Fleet Safety at the Georgia-Pacific Corporation. He holds an MS from Troy State University and is certified in Homeland Security from the American College of Forensic Examiners.

The original live event took place Tuesday, October 30, 2007