• CMV/CDL Records Management - 10/10/19 - Columbia County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    This workshop will review CMV/CDL employee and vehicle paperwork, including pre-employment inquiries regarding a CDL applicant's past drug and alcohol test results and driving safety reports; requests for CMV driver's license information; annually reviewing each CMV driver's qualification to continue driving; CMV daily vehicle inspection, maintenance, and repair reports; the employer's required policy on CDL drug and alcohol testing; and a general overview of all the CDL regulations.

  • CDL - Probable Cause Training for CDL Supervisory Personnel - 10/10/19 -Columbia County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    State and federal regulations require every employer who has CDL employees driving vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or operating weight of more than 26,001 pounds used on public roads to participate in a drug and alcohol testing program. These same regulations also require that such employers train all personnel who supervisor employees with commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) in handling suspected on-the-job drug or alcohol use. This workshop addresses these federal requirements by providing supervisory personnel with a working understanding of the federal CDL regulations, including on-the-job probable cause procedures.

  • CMV/CDL Records Management - 10/9/19 - Clearfield County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    This workshop will review CMV/CDL employee and vehicle paperwork, including pre-employment inquiries regarding a CDL applicant's past drug and alcohol test results and driving safety reports; requests for CMV driver's license information; annually reviewing each CMV driver's qualification to continue driving; CMV daily vehicle inspection, maintenance, and repair reports; the employer's required policy on CDL drug and alcohol testing; and a general overview of all the CDL regulations.

  • CDL - Probable Cause Training for CDL Supervisory Personnel - 10/9/19 -Clearfield County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    State and federal regulations require every employer who has CDL employees driving vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or operating weight of more than 26,001 pounds used on public roads to participate in a drug and alcohol testing program. These same regulations also require that such employers train all personnel who supervisor employees with commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) in handling suspected on-the-job drug or alcohol use. This workshop addresses these federal requirements by providing supervisory personnel with a working understanding of the federal CDL regulations, including on-the-job probable cause procedures.

  • Webinar - Managing Truck Traffic on Local Roads - 9/25/19

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 09/25/2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Managing truck traffic on local read is a difficult balancing act for many municipalities in Pennsylvania. While trucks need access to pick and deliver goods, many local roads are not suitable for truck travel. Recent changes in state law, including Act 31 of 2018, add more complications and the potential for more truck traffic. In this webinar, you will learn about: (1) current state laws and regulations on truck access and restrictions, (2) traffic study requirements and options for restricting truck traffic, and (3) local truck traffic issues, problems and solutions.

  • Regional Fall Forum - 9/23-24/19 - Indiana County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 4 credits offered

    Come join peers from throughout your region to learn about and discuss a variety of township-related topics in numerous workshops and general sessions. This educational event will be the perfect opportunity to hear from experts on the local issues that matter to you and your municipality.

  • CMV/CDL Records Management - 9/5/19 - Westmoreland County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    This workshop will review CMV/CDL employee and vehicle paperwork, including pre-employment inquiries regarding a CDL applicant's past drug and alcohol test results and driving safety reports; requests for CMV driver's license information; annually reviewing each CMV driver's qualification to continue driving; CMV daily vehicle inspection, maintenance, and repair reports; the employer's required policy on CDL drug and alcohol testing; and a general overview of all the CDL regulations.

  • CDL - Probable Cause Training for CDL Supervisory Personnel - 9/5/19 - Westmoreland County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    State and federal regulations require every employer who has CDL employees driving vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or operating weight of more than 26,001 pounds used on public roads to participate in a drug and alcohol testing program. These same regulations also require that such employers train all personnel who supervisor employees with commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) in handling suspected on-the-job drug or alcohol use. This workshop addresses these federal requirements by providing supervisory personnel with a working understanding of the federal CDL regulations, including on-the-job probable cause procedures.

  • CMV/CDL Records Management - 9/4/19 - Mercer County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    This workshop will review CMV/CDL employee and vehicle paperwork, including pre-employment inquiries regarding a CDL applicant's past drug and alcohol test results and driving safety reports; requests for CMV driver's license information; annually reviewing each CMV driver's qualification to continue driving; CMV daily vehicle inspection, maintenance, and repair reports; the employer's required policy on CDL drug and alcohol testing; and a general overview of all the CDL regulations.

  • CDL - Probable Cause Training for CDL Supervisory Personnel - 9/4/19 -Mercer County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    State and federal regulations require every employer who has CDL employees driving vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or operating weight of more than 26,001 pounds used on public roads to participate in a drug and alcohol testing program. These same regulations also require that such employers train all personnel who supervisor employees with commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) in handling suspected on-the-job drug or alcohol use. This workshop addresses these federal requirements by providing supervisory personnel with a working understanding of the federal CDL regulations, including on-the-job probable cause procedures.

  • Webinar - Township Websites: Ensuring Accessibility for All Residents - 8/21/19

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 08/21/2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    This webinar is designed to provide participants with up-to-date information regarding how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its nondiscrimination requirements apply to municipal websites. In this webinar, Sam Mastovich of GovUnity Websites will review the technologies that people with disabilities use to access the Internet and your municipality’s website, how poorly-designed websites can restrict the use of residents with disabilities, the ADA requirements and best practices that municipalities can implement to ensure appropriate website accessibility.

  • CMV/CDL Records Management - 8/8/19 - Bedford County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    This workshop will review CMV/CDL employee and vehicle paperwork, including pre-employment inquiries regarding a CDL applicant's past drug and alcohol test results and driving safety reports; requests for CMV driver's license information; annually reviewing each CMV driver's qualification to continue driving; CMV daily vehicle inspection, maintenance, and repair reports; the employer's required policy on CDL drug and alcohol testing; and a general overview of all the CDL regulations.

  • CDL - Probable Cause Training for CDL Supervisory Personnel - 8/8/19 -Bedford County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    State and federal regulations require every employer who has CDL employees driving vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or operating weight of more than 26,001 pounds used on public roads to participate in a drug and alcohol testing program. These same regulations also require that such employers train all personnel who supervisor employees with commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) in handling suspected on-the-job drug or alcohol use. This workshop addresses these federal requirements by providing supervisory personnel with a working understanding of the federal CDL regulations, including on-the-job probable cause procedures.

  • CMV/CDL Records Management - 8/7/19 - Cumberland County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    This workshop will review CMV/CDL employee and vehicle paperwork, including pre-employment inquiries regarding a CDL applicant's past drug and alcohol test results and driving safety reports; requests for CMV driver's license information; annually reviewing each CMV driver's qualification to continue driving; CMV daily vehicle inspection, maintenance, and repair reports; the employer's required policy on CDL drug and alcohol testing; and a general overview of all the CDL regulations.

  • Webinar - Workers Compensation (and More) for Volunteer fire Companies - 8/7/19

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 08/07/2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    This webinar will review workers’ compensation benefits and how and how they apply to volunteer firefighters who provide fire service to your townships. Other topics to be addressed by the presenter, Andrew DiProspero of H.A. Thomson Co., include the powers of special fire police, junior firefighters, cost sharing for services, and the challenges presented by the Cancer Presumption Act.

  • CDL - Probable Cause Training for CDL Supervisory Personnel - 8/7/19 -Cumberland County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    State and federal regulations require every employer who has CDL employees driving vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or operating weight of more than 26,001 pounds used on public roads to participate in a drug and alcohol testing program. These same regulations also require that such employers train all personnel who supervisor employees with commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) in handling suspected on-the-job drug or alcohol use. This workshop addresses these federal requirements by providing supervisory personnel with a working understanding of the federal CDL regulations, including on-the-job probable cause procedures.

  • Webinar - Electronic Records Management and the Municipal PDF/A Policy - 7/17/19

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 07/17/2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    The Pennsylvania State Archives announced earlier this year that municipalities are now able to keep permanent records exclusively in electronic form (no paper or microfilm copy required!). But this policy change does have several requirements, most notably that permanent electronic records must be kept in PDF/A format. What does this mean for your municipality and its record keeping responsibilities? Join archivist Tyler Stump and learn about the new policy and how electronic recordkeeping requirements are changing. Stump will also be discussing electronic records best practices that can help your township effectively and efficiently store its electronic records.

  • Webinar - Planning for Private Water Supplies - 7/10/19

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 07/10/2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Private water wells and springs are vital to Pennsylvania’s rural water infrastructure, which provides drinking water to approximately 3 million residents and farms. Because Pennsylvania lacks state regulations covering private water supplies, their proper management becomes the voluntary responsibility of homeowners who often lack a proper understanding of how they should be managed. In this webinar, Peter Wulfhorst with Penn State Extension will review results obtained from over 30 years of research and outreach, help municipal officials understand how they can help ensure the viability of private drinking water supplies, and provide available resources for municipalities and homeowners.

  • Webinar - MS4 Pollutant Control Measurers - 6/26/19

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 06/26/2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    The next step for many MS4 communities is to implement Pollutant Control Measures for their discharges to surface waters impaired by acid mine drainage, pathogens, and priority organic compounds (i.e. PCBs). This first phase of these requirements is to map storm sewer sheds associated with these discharges, due with Annual MS4 Status Reports on September 30, 2019. This webinar will help prepare you for this new requirement and plan for what is to come.

  • Navigating the Ethics Act Minefield- 6/20/19 - Monroe County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 2 credits offered

    This class will provide municipal officials and employees with a better understanding of their many obligations under the state's Public Official and Employee Ethics Act. Topics to be covered include conflicts of interest and other restricted activities, voting conflicts, statements of financial interest, resources to rely upon, and much more. Real life scenarios will be used as a teaching tool to help attendees avoid common missteps and illustrate best practices.

  • CMV/CDL Records Management - 6/13/19 - Luzerne County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 2 credits offered

    This workshop will review CMV/CDL employee and vehicle paperwork, and a general overview of all the CDL regulations.

  • CDL - Probable Cause Training for CDL Supervisory Personnel - 6/13/19 - Luzerne County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 3 credits offered

    This workshop addresses these federal requirements by providing supervisory personnel with a working understanding of the federal CDL regulations, including on-the-job probable cause procedures.

  • Webinar - ABC's of Municipal Bidding - 5/22/19

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 05/22/2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Not sure whether your municipality is complying with its’ purchasing obligations or just looking for ways to be more efficient when purchasing? In this webinar, Jason Snyder will discuss the requirements that municipalities must satisfy when bidding public contracts to procure materials, equipment, and services. Mr. Snyder will also review limitations on purchases, quotes, and bids, as well as current exemptions from municipal bidding, (including DGS/COSTARS piggyback contracts). He will also discuss prevailing wage advertising and bonding requirements. The webinar will include an electronic download of the Pennsylvania Purchasing Handbook.

  • Flagger Training - 5/22/19 - Cumberland County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 2 credits offered

    This instructor-led Flagger Training will be conducted for individuals who have flagging responsibilities on ANY ROAD OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Others who would benefit from this course include: utility companies working on low volume roads, law enforcement personnel, municipal managers and elected officials (to understand the importance, and for budgeting purposes). This course has been designed to meet the PennDOT Publication 408 flagger training requirements mandated for all flaggers in Pennsylvania.

  • Flagger Training - 5/21/19 - Dauphin County

    Contains 3 Component(s), 2 credits offered

    This instructor-led Flagger Training will be conducted for individuals who have flagging responsibilities on ANY ROAD OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Others who would benefit from this course include: utility companies working on low volume roads, law enforcement personnel, municipal managers and elected officials (to understand the importance, and for budgeting purposes). This course has been designed to meet the PennDOT Publication 408 flagger training requirements mandated for all flaggers in Pennsylvania.

  • On-Demand Webinar - Are You Ready for Short-Term Rentals in Your Community

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered

    This webinar will address the growth of short-term rentals in communities nationwide. Claudia Shank of McNees Wallace & Nurick will explain how municipalities can regulate short-term rentals and lessons learned from recent Pennsylvania court cases.

  • Municipal Stormsewer System Mapping

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1 credit offered Recorded On: 02/27/2019

    In this webinar, participants will learn about inspection techniques, qualifying/quantifying attributes, and mapping techniques for municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4). The webinar, which will be presented by Nate Merkel of Arro Consulting, will cover best practices for visual inspections of the condition of municipal stormwater assets, measuring and cataloging of the structure features, such as size and classification, and how to efficiently and accurately utilize GPS equipment to create data that will be easily read and used in an ArcGIS environment.

  • PA's One Call: New Law, New Rules

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1 credit offered

    In this webinar, join representatives of PA One Call as they discuss changes made to the PA One Call Law through Act 50 of 2017 and how those changes will affect your townships and residents.

  • 2019 Uniform Traffic Control Devices

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1 credit offered

    The Federal Highway Administration’s Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), 2009 Edition, established safety improvement requirements for road agencies. This webinar, presented by Joseph Fiocco of SAFE Highway Engineering, LLC, will describe those requirements that have 2019 implementation deadlines and why it is critical for your municipality to comply with the requirements.