Date / Time
02/22/2020 - 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sky Club Supper Club
2202 Post Rd.
Plover, WI 54467
Sandy Herwig, Acuity
Sandy joined Acuity in 2001 as a Workers’ Compensation Claim Representative, after 17 years as an occupational therapist. She was promoted to a Senior Representative in 2005 and to a Claims Consultant in 2013. As a Consultant, Sandy is responsible for statutory state and federal compliance, new state research, and work flow enhancements to support Acuity’s claims representatives.
Sandy holds the designation of a Certificated Medicare Secondary Payor and Certified Worker’s Compensation Professional. Sandy is a member of the Trucking Customer Team at Acuity. This cross-department group of individuals is charged with gaining knowledge of the trucking industry and sharing that knowledge with both current and future customers.
Bill Berger, WI State Patrol
Bill has been with the WI State patrol 30 years. He started his career with the State Patrol working as an Inspector in the Northwest Region-Eau Claire Post. Supervised the Motor Carrier Operations and the State Patrol Inspector Work Unit assigned to the Northwest Region-Eau Claire Post as a Sergeant for 7 years. Currently a Lieutenant assigned out of Central Headquarters in Madison with direct oversight of the Statewide Size & Weight Program. Bill shares oversight to all Statewide Motor Carrier Operations and facilities management with one other Lieutenant. Prior to joining the State Patrol in 1989, Lt. Berger worked for the Dunn County Sheriff’s Department for 2 ½ years.
Mark Oesterle, FMCSA
Mark G. Oesterle became the Division Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Wisconsin Division on September 4, 2005. His passion for highway safety comes from more than 28 years in a variety of regulatory and training related positions with FMCSA. As Division Administrator, Mr. Oesterle is responsible for providing leadership over administration and operations of FMCSA programs within Wisconsin. His office partners with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and Wisconsin State Patrol in delivery of national motor carrier safety program policies, commercial driver’s license objectives, enforcement actions to accomplish the Agency’s mission of reducing crashes on America’s highways.
As Team Leader of the FMCSA National Training Center, Washington, DC from 1998 – 2005, Mr. Oesterle led an agency training program which annually trained over 5,000 law enforcement personnel nationwide. He is a recognized professional on motor carrier regulations and the training of law enforcement personnel on safety and hazardous material regulations. Prior to his appointment as State Training Coordinator, Mr. Oesterle served 8 years as a Safety Investigator in the FMCSA Minnesota Division. He was responsible for conducting compliance reviews and investigations on Minnesota motor carrier operations.