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Public fleet operations provide essential duties during emergencies, including the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic. From technicians to management, fleet employees are at their jobsites, working to keep police cars, ambulances, fire trucks, trash trucks, and other essential vehicles on the road. But it’s no small task to pivot from normal to emergency operations in the face of an invisible virus.

Join Government Fleet for a webinar, How Public Fleets Are Coping During the COVID-19 Crisis, on Friday, April 3 at 12 pm Pacific, and get a firsthand view of the experiences of public fleet managers as well as a leading consultant’s take on what’s most important right now.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to keep employees and drivers safe
  • Shifting operations in the face of constant changes
  • How to tackle the next few weeks or months
  • Best practices that are now more important than ever
  • Long-term effects of the pandemic on public fleets

The speakers are Tim Coxwell, CAFM, CPFP, fleet management division director for Leon County Sheriff’s Office in Florida; Paul Lauria, president of Mercury Associates; and Mahanth Joishy, fleet superintendent for the City of Madison, Wis. The webinar will be moderated by Thi Dao, executive editor of Government Fleet.

To register for this free webinar, click here.

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