October 4-6, 2022
Embassy Suites by Hilton, Phoenix Downtown North, Phoenix, AZ
Join FRA and ASLRRA to hear directly from the experts about the complete requirements of Part 214 - Railroad Workplace Safety. FRA has revised their program approval process and is conducting field audits of Part 214 programs on short lines. Common findings and shortcomings found during these audits will be discussed, including Roadway Worker Protection and On-Track Roadway Maintenance Machines and Hi-Rail Vehicles, with FRA’s Lance Hawks, HQ Track Specialist – RWP/RMM. This seminar will also include Bridge Worker Safety Standards with an FRA representative.
Lance Hawks, HQ Track Specialist – RWP/RMM, Federal Railroad Administration
JR Gelnar, Vice President, Safety & Compliance, ASLRRA
Members - $425; Non-Members - $850
Space is limited so please register early! Registration includes two and a half days of training with daily lunch & refreshment breaks. Attendees who complete the training will receive a Certificate of Completion for their file.
Hotel and Shuttle:
A block of rooms has been set aside and training will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton, Phoenix Downtown North, located at 10 East Thomas Road in Phoenix, AZ. Please use this link to book a room at the negotiated rate of $169/night plus taxes and fees, which includes daily cooked-to-order and hot buffet breakfast and evening cocktail reception. Overnight self-parking is available to attendees at a discounted rate of $10 per night. Room block expires September 12, please reserve early to guarantee group rate. One night’s room deposit may be required when making reservations. Hotel charges an Early Departure Charge of $50, please be aware of this when finalizing your travel plans.
Phoenix, Arizona is served by the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) and passengers may access ground transportation via taxi, ride share apps, and rental cars on site. The Embassy Suites Phoenix Downtown North hotel is 7 miles from the airport.
Questions, please contact Sabrina Waiss.