FSC 31st Annual Conference Announces Full Agenda

The Fleet Safety Council (FSC) Conference Committee is please to announce the full agenda and speaker information for their annual event scheduled for Friday October 14th, 2022. The FSC recently announced the return to an in-person event, which will be taking place at Millennium Gardens Banquet Centre in Brampton. The one-day educational sessions are preceded by the FSC’s annual networking events taking place on Thursday October 13th.

Keynote Speaker: Liane Davey

The agenda for the conference includes:

  • Session 1: Transportation Industry Update with Mike Millian (The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada)
  • Session 2: Nuclear Verdicts with Kim Stoll (Fernandes Hearn LLP)
  • Session 3: Refocusing Our Efforts: How to Structure Your Corporate Policy and Due Diligence Efforts with Rui Fernandes (Fernandes Hearn LLP)
  • Session 4: Mobile Phone Evidence in Motor Carrier Accident Cases with Lars Daniel (Envista Forensics)
  • Session 5: Keynote Speaker Liane Davey: The Good Fight
  • Session 6: It’s The Right Time To “Choose to Truck” with Mike McCarron (Rite Route Supply Chain Solutions)

Click here to read full speaker bios and session descriptions.

Registration is managed through Eventbrite and is now open.

Sponsorship Opportunities are still available for the event. If you are interested in sponsoring please email sponsorship@fleetsafetycoucil.com.

Click here to see the list the complete list of confirmed sponsors.


Fleet Safety Council Educational Conference returns to in-person format in 2022

After two successful years of hosting the Fleet Safety Educational Conference in an online format, the conference committee is happy to announce this year’s event will take place in person on October 14.

Click below to read more about this exciting announcement!

Registration is now open. Click here to access our Eventbrite registration page.


Paul Cavalier Awarded the Ken Hellawell Award 2021

This years recipient of The Ken Hellawell Award is Paul Cavalier. This annual award recognizes contributions made by an individual that is active or retired from the Ontario Transportation industry and exhibits extraordinary leadership, initiative, creativity, and innovation towards the advancement of health and safety.

Paul’s career spanned over 50 years of which 45 he was involved in snow and ice operations and training. Paul recently retired from the City of Ottawa, Fleet Training Services, and has since established his own driver training business.

Throughout his career Paul has developed and delivered training programs for paramedic services, snowplow programs for municipal operators and training programs for instructors at Algonquin College and various truck training schools.  He was a founding member of the Eastern Ontario Chapter (Ottawa) of the Fleet Safety Council and sat on the board of directors for the Road Safety Educators Association.  Paul has been an MTO Signing Authority since 1985 for Classes A, C, D and F licenses and Z endorsement.

Paul was recognized for winning the award at the 30th Annual Virtual FSC Educational Conference.

Congratulations Paul!