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Pam Jones | Central Analysis Bureau
Pam Jones is a Director of Strategic Accounts at the Central Analysis Bureau. Pam’s 20+ year career has given her a big-picture view of the transportation regulatory compliance arena and how it fits with other fleet departments.
Pam originally worked directly for fleets and then moved onto the vendor side of the industry, supporting motor carrier risk management and regulatory compliance efforts while immersing herself in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requirements and initiatives.
Pam has a knack for seeing projects from various perspectives and has worked successfully with personnel at all levels, including drivers, shop, support staff, middle-management, and all the way up to top management.
Pam has supported trucking companies across the country in their government, external, and internal audits; follow-up work; and exception requests. She has led many projects with clients over the years.
8:30 am – Registration Opens – Coffee and Pastries
9:00 am – Seminar Begins
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 pm – Seminar Resumes
3:00 pm – Seminar Ends
WMCA Member $125
Non-WMCA Member $150
Registration closes on Wednesday, October 18th
Audit prep tips and tricks to prepare for and manage a compliance review. Learn the best practices and tools to implement internal processes and self-audits.
Mark Oesterle | Motor Carrier Safety Firm (MCSF)
Mark has over 33 years of motor carrier safety regulation expertise. He currently is the President of MCSF, LLC, Motor Carrier Safety Firm. Motor Carrier Safety Firm (MCSF) is a consulting group created to guide truck and bus companies with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Hazardous Material (HM) transportation regulatory compliance. His goal is to reduce crash risk and OOS inspections for your drivers, fleet, and the company as a whole.
Mark served as the Division Administrator of the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA) Wisconsin Division for 17 years. As Division Administrator, Mark was responsible for providing leadership over administration and operations of FMCSA programs within the state of Wisconsin. His office partnered with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and the Wisconsin State Patrol in delivery of national motor carrier safety program policies, commercial driver’s license objectives, and enforcement actions to accomplish the agency’s mission of reducing crashes on America’s highways.
Mark was the Team Leader of the FMCSA National Training Center in Washington, DC from 1998 – 2005, Mark 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, Mark served 8 years as a Safety Investigator with the FMCSA Minnesota Division. He was responsible for conducting compliance reviews and investigations on Minnesota motor carrier operations.