This year’s MMTA annual conference promises timely workshops, great networking, a products and services fair and more.
POWER’s Amy Austin and Tim Donnelly will each present a session, “Surviving the Compliance Visit,” offering tips on how to prepare for an environmental compliance inspection. The discussions will focus around strategies to deal with inspectors, how to prepare and train employees, and what documentation facilities should have available during an inspection.
In addition to the workshop lineup, Maine Senator Susan Collins is scheduled to present a message to attendees. Event goers will also be celebrating the changing of the association guard as current executive director Susan Swanton prepares to retire and incoming executive director Stacey Keefer prepares to take on her new role with MMTA.
Join your peers at the Owls Head Transportation Museum for this engaging and informative event.
In the meantime, visit POWER online to learn about our environmental compliance services.