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NAFA seeks a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to develop an educational Resource Guide and Associated Study Guides for a Department of Transportation Module related to its Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) certification program. The DOT content should include the following areas: Intro to the DOT, NHTSA regulations, FMCSA regulations, NSC regulations in Canada and DOT program implementation. A full outline of content will be provided to the selected SME.
NAFA seeks a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to develop an updated educational Resource Guide (text book) and Associated Study Guide for the Maintenance Management Module of its Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) certification program. The Maintenance Module content should include the following areas: Vehicle Mechanics, Maintenance Programs, Shop Operations, FMC-Outsourced Maintenance and Performance Monitoring. A detailed outline and copies of the existing Guide and Study Guide will be provided.
Many of the current and near-future vehicle technologies have significant low- or no-emissions factors to them and/or degrees of autonomous functionality – signaling where fleets will also be headed. Plus, the pace of change is fast. Yet, fleet professionals gearing up for this new technology should follow three key approaches, according to Bill Van Amburg, Executive Vice President of CALSTART, a nonprofit organization working both nationally and internationally with businesses and governments to develop clean, efficient transportation solutions. He previewed some of the innovative fleet advancements at the NAFA 2019 Institute & Expo session, Advanced Vehicle Technologies and How You Can Prepare.
How seriously can cybersecurity affect fleets? One fleet manager had his vehicles hacked and received a demand of $18 million to release them. “How would you react to that?” asked Faye Francy, Executive Director of Auto-ISAC, in Washington, D.C. As deeply competitive as OEMs are, there is at least one area where they are cooperative partners: cybersecurity.
NAFA’s June 2019 Legislative Update now available
- Repeal of the federal excise tax (FET) on heavy-duty trucks
- European and Japanese Auto Imports
- Imports from China
- Canada has joined the Drive to Zero Pledge
- Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Lifted