Workshops, Webinars and Seminars

FMCSA Hours of Service Virtual Seminar
On June 1, 2020, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published the Hours of Service (HOS) final rule that revises the HOS regulations in 49 CFR Part 395, which prescribe driving limits for commercial motor vehicle drivers.  Drivers and carriers must operate under the HOS final rule starting on September 29, 2020, and not before.

The FMCSA Pennsylvania Division will provide a 90-minute online seminar where they will discuss and explain the changes to the HOS regulations.

Date/Time:  August 26, 2020 9:00am EST


Virtual - Pennsylvania Human Trafficking Coalition Build
As a co-host for this event, PBA invites you to join us for a 90-minute online briefing on commercial sexual exploitation and ways Pennsylvania-based industry stakeholders from the trucking, truck stop, bus and energy industries can work together with law enforcement and government agencies to learn how to successfully work together to combat human trafficking.  There is no cost to attend.

When:  August 19, 2020 
Time:   10:00-11:30AM EST


Webinar Series:  Take Action Today and Plan for Tomorrow with Sally Davis Berry
2020 has turned out to be a year none of us could have imagined or planned for.  The tourism industry has been hit particularly hard, but that does not mean we are done.  It does mean we need to look at things differently and develop a plan to build back better. 

When:  Each Thursday; June 18-July 2, 2020 EST


Annual Motorcoach Safety & Preparedness Workshop
• 7th Annual:  August 11, 2020 at York Springs Fire Hall, York Springs, PA - Cancelled
• 6th Annual:  August 14, 2019 at York Springs Fire Hall, York Springs, PA.
• 5th Annual:  August 15, 2018 at York Springs Fire Hall, York Springs, PA.
• 4th Annual:  August 23, 2017 at York Springs Fire Hall, York Springs, PA.

The Annual Motorcoach Safety & Preparedness Workshop is for our motorcoach operator members and their key employees including owners, safety directors, mechanics, inside staff, etc.  The format for this workshop includes a variety of issues and topics that the registrants can “pick-and-choose” from.  The Committee organizing the Workshop addresses many issues affecting the motorcoach industry to keep our members well-informed.

PBA Associate Members are invited to also sponsor at this event and meet those that keep the wheels turning safely at the PBA member’s operation!


TSA Security Training, a 4-week Virtual Series
Each Tuesday; May 5-May 26, 2020 EST


Continue Your Career From Your Couch with Sally Davis Berry
May 14, 2020 11:00am EST


The 80/20 Rule Webinar with Sally Davis Berry

February 11, 2020 11:00am-12:00pm EST


2019 Sally Davis Berry Webinar Series
• December 9, 2019 11:00am-12:00pm - "How to Capitalize on Trends Affecting the Tourism Industry"
• November 18, 2019 11:00am-12:00pm - "Trade Show Tips and Tricks for Success"
• October 15, 2019 11:00am-12:00pm -  "Should You Still Consider the China Visitor Market?"
• September 18, 2019 11:00am-12:00pm - "5 Steps to Getting More Group Tours"


2017 Fatigue & Incident Management Lunch & Learn Workshop
• July 25, 2017  at the Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center, Baltimore, MD  
Speaker:  Bob Crescenzo, Vice President, Lancer Insurance Company
 
Fatigue and your company.  The risk of a fatigued driver is serious and may have a financial impact on your company. This presentation will outline information about human fatigue, human factors in driving decision as well as how the impact of sales, operations, dispatch and maintenance decision can change your company for the better or the worse.  Careful attention to management decision-making and communications will be reviewed when evaluating financial risk reward in relation to fatigue management.  Finally, how your implement and manage your ELD program will have a serious impact on fatigue management.
 
Incident Management.  Managing a large crash is serious and difficult.  Planning ahead by writing and practicing a crisis management plan is critical to the success of your business after a large crash or incident.  This seminar will provide two outcomes:  the first will be for each company attending to write and/or review their serious incident plan, and the second, is that the group will practice managing a crisis by participating in a crisis simulation.  The simulation will include the group working together to identify, manage, communicate, solve problems and issues presented including communicating with each other, first responders, media, customers, and families.

Classroom Instruction

Loading Wolf Bus

Trooper at Garage

Trooper at Garage

Trooper Clark Addresses Group

Under Bus Instruction

Attendees in Classroom Instruction

Classroom Instruction

Greyhound bus inspection

Instruction on Elite Coach