Understanding and Negotiating DOT Issues and Requirements for the Groundwater Industry

Presented on Friday, December 2, 2011

Owners and supervisors of groundwater contacting firms are subject to a variety of training requirements ranging from drug and alcohol training for supervisors, required orientation for new hires with CDLs, and the principles of cargo securement specifically pertaining to our industry. The program is designed to be interactive. (Expo pre-registrants may attend this half-day program without additional charge; however, they need to select this one “event” option when they register.)

Roger E. Renner, MGWC, NGWAF
E.H. Renner & Sons Inc., Elk River, MN
Roger E. Renner, MGWC, is president of E.H. Renner & Sons Inc. in Elk River, Minnesota, and represents the fourth of five generations in this family-owned business. Aside from the overall operation of this contracting business, he is responsible for its municipal, large well sealing, and monitoring markets. Renner received a B.S. in business administration and accounting from St. Cloud University in 1971. Active in groundwater industry affairs, he has served as an officer and is a past president of the Minnesota Water Well Association.

Elmer Johnson, Trooper
Nevada Highway Patrol, Las Vegas, NV
Trooper Elmer Johnson served 20 years in the United States Marine Corps and retired in 1995. He joined the Nevada Highway Patrol in 1999; he has been with the Nevada Highway Patrol for 12 Years and has been a Commercial Enforcement Trooper for 8 years. He is an Instructor for the National Training Center (NTC). He teaches Part A (documents), Part B (mechanical), NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) and refresher training for Level IV (WIPP) to enforcement officers. He has three years of commercial driving experience.
Bob Barton, CVSI
Commercial Enforcement, Nevad Highway Patrol - Federal Projects, Las Vegas, NV
Bob Barton is currently with the Nevada Highway Patrol as a Commercial Vehicle Safety Inspector. He conducts safety audits for the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration. He has been with the Highway Patrol for 6 years. Barton also has a variety of experience in teh trucking industry including as a certified heavy truck mechanic, anassistant service manager for a truck dealership,a safety director for a trucking company, an education director for a truck driving school, and a truck driver.
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