Hours of Service Update Webinar


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HOS Update (Webinar)
Date: Wednesday, June 17
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) primary mission is to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries. FMCSA revised the hours of service (HOS) regulations to provide greater flexibility for drivers while maintaining safety. This webinar will focus on the long-awaited final rule on HOS regulations. Acting Associate Administrator DeLorenzo and Transportation Specialist Clemente will provide a briefing on the changes and answer any questions you might have on how it will assist the industry while promoting safety as we continue to play a critical role in the nation’s recovery.


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About Joe DeLorenzo

Mr. DeLorenzo is responsible for policy and program development for the Agency’s enforcement and compliance program, including oversight of the passenger carrier, household goods and hazardous materials programs for FMCSA.   In addition, he oversees the Agency’s grant, commercial driver’s license, and borders program. Prior to assuming his current position, he was Director of FMCSA’s National Training Center. Mr. DeLorenzo has been with FMCSA for over 25 years.  Prior to joining the Headquarters’ team, he served in FMCSA’s field operations as an investigator, hazardous materials specialist and program manager holding several leadership positions at the Regional level. 

About Rich Clemente
Rich Clemente has over 30 years of experience in Safety in the transportation industry and has now been with the Agency for over 15 years and is responsible for assisting in the development of Federal rulemaking initiatives, interpretations and clarifications of the Agency’s regulations and policies, most notably the hours-of-service rules.  He previously was the Director of Safety for the Truckload Carriers Association and served as the Director of Safety for the National Automobile Transporters Association. Rich began his career with the American Trucking Associations as a Safety Engineer.