Red Deer - September 30, 2016
Grande Prairie - October 14, 2016
The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) is bringing together nationally recognized safety experts, officials from the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) and others for 2, powerful, one-day safety conferences specifically designed for the truck and bus industries. Details
Feedback Opportunity: Mandatory Helmets, Excessive Speed Penalties
The Government of Alberta has launched online surveys to
hear from Albertans about rules for helmet use for
off-highway vehicle riders on public land and penalties for
excessive speeding. The feedback from Albertans will help
inform decisions to increase safety, and decrease
transportation-related injuries and deaths.
Individual Albertans are invited to respond to the survey available at http://www.alberta.ca/traffic-safety-act-consultation.aspx.
Top Fleet Employers 2016 Gala Awards Dinner, Alberta fleets among finalists
To celebrate 39 fleets recognized as great workplaces in Canada’s trucking industry during 2016, Trucking HR Canada will host a Top Fleet Employers Gala Awards Dinner on Wednesday, October 12. 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