CTA ELD Fall 2015 Tour with Provincial Trucking Associations
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is
set to introduce its final rule for ELDS (Electronic Logging
Devices) in the fall of
2015. It is expected the rule will come into effect two
years following the official notice. Currently two Canadian
government agencies, Transport Canada and the Ontario
Ministry of Transportation have committed political support
to introducing an ELD rule in Canada.
AMTA 3rd Annual Safety Conference and Trade Show
Back by popular demand!
Get ready for Alberta's foremost occupational health and safety conference and trade show for the truck and motor coach industry. The 3rd annual AMTA Safety Conference and Trade Show is coming to Grande Prairie on October 16. Read more
Amendments to Vehicle Weights and Dimensions Regulation in Manitoba
The Government of Manitoba and the Manitoba
Trucking Association (MTA) announced regulatory changes to
the province’s vehicle weights and dimensions regulations.
The new rules come into force on August 26.
Alberta Health and Safety Conference
14th Annual Conference and Trade Fair at the Banff Springs Hotel October 29 - 30, 2015. This is a two-fold event, combining educational sessions with a trade fair. The 2015 conference theme is “Blazing New Trails”. Details
Get Involved - Volunteer for an AMTA Committee
To get the most out of your AMTA membership, get involved in one of our committees. There are five reasons to get involved: Details
Stay Safe, Save Money - AMTA Training Courses
Keep your personnel at the top of their game and keep your fleet in compliance. AMTA's classroom and e-learning courses are designed specifically for the trucking industry. It's now easier than ever to register with our new online course registration. Course List
The AMTA Trucking Safety Tool Box
Alberta Motor Transport Association is pleased to announce
the release of our new online Small Employer Self Evaluation
(Audit) tool. This audit tool is available as an integral
part of the AMTA Safety Toolbox or as a standalone product.
For more information of the AMTA Safety Toolbox or to sign in or purchase the toolbox please click here.
Members Only Group Benefit Plan
specifically for Canada's trucking industry,
AdvantagePLUS offers a unique combination of value and
Delivered by local representatives in your community, AdvantagePLUS currently covers more then 250 trucking companies representing almost 17,000 employees across Canada. Whether you have a single employee or a thousand employees, you can benefit from AdvantagePLUS. Details