EUFMC Announces 2019 Educational Program

EUFMC Announces 2019 Educational Program

April 9, 2019 - The Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference (EUFMC), set for June 2-5, at the Williamsburg Lodge and Conference Center in Williamsburg, Virginia, announced topics for its comprehensive educational program featuring presentations by fleet executives, industry experts, and suppliers.

For 2019, EUFMC will focus on Advancing Strategies For Fleet Improvement to address the informational needs of new as well as experienced fleet professionals.

Topics on the 2019 General Session agenda include:

Fleet 101: A fresh perspective on the Four Ps of Fleet Management: People, Payments, Parts, and Petroleum
Workforce Productivity: Best practices for developing a viable applicant pool, and for training and keeping your workforce productive
HD Fleet Electrification: Valuable information about the growing number of options from leading manufacturers and early adopters
Load Securement: How utilities are tackling this complex problem with training and technology solutions
Department Organization: Proven approaches and the need to assess your organizational structure
Benchmarking: Metrics fleets are tracking and what have they learned from their benchmarking experience
What Are Your Goals?: Insights into goal setting from a variety of fleet organizations
In-Servicing Equipment: Best practices for putting new units in the field to ensure they are operating effectively and safely
Legal Issues: Expert advice on managing risk and compliance in a utility fleet operation
Modifications Standards and Product Liability: Standards and how product liability affects your fleet
Regulatory Update: The latest legislative activity and programs 
Burning Shield: A safety presentation by former Phoenix police office Jason Schechterle will chronicle his triumph over tragedy and the inspiration that enables him to continue to overcome unimaginable adversity

EUFMC educational opportunities also include roundtables where fleet executives address common challenges by sharing best practices and solutions,and an equipment show with more than 60 displays of vehicles, equipment, components, and a wide range of technologies and services.

There will also be utility equipment drive-through demonstrations with educational and technical presentations by suppliers, and Mark Kelly, a highly decorated American astronaut and retired U.S. Navy Captain, will offers insights drawn from his various and extensive experiences that are truly out of this world

Registration is now open for the 66th annual Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference.


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