Welcome to the Virtual Roundtable
We hope you enjoyed our live Webcast of the 2011 National Motorcoach Safety Summit.  We now welcome you to our virtual roundtable where we seek your active participation in providing us with your ideas, suggestions, comments, and questions to help us raise the safety bar and safety culture of the Motorcoach Industry.  The below 11 topics are up for discussion, along with any new, innovative, or other areas of interest and/or concern. Our online session will begin at approximately 12:45 p.m. when the Webcast ends and remain open until 5 p.m. eastern time.

1) Facilitating Uniformity of Enforcement
2) Opportunities to Develop, Recruit, and Retain Professional Drivers
3)Strategies for Training Law Enforcement Professionals
4) Motorcoach Hours of Service
5) Tackling Fatigue
6) Creating Public Education and Outreach
7) Focus for Customer Service
8) Addressing Limited English Proficiency
9) Considerations for New Entrants
10) Elements of Distraction
11) Opportunities for Vehicle Configuration and Consistency

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