State of Oregon sponsored training
Upcoming Risk Connection Program
Date: January 16, 2019
Time: 9:00am - 10:30am
Place: ODOT Region 2 Building X Conference Room, 855 Airport Rd SE, Salem
Course Name: Automated Vehicles in Oregon
The Oregon Department
of Transportation is the lead agency for automated vehicle policy in the state,
and is working on a range of efforts to prepare for this new technology. This
presentation will cover the different types of automated vehicles, from driver
assistance systems to driverless vehicles, and from driverless taxis to
driverless semis. The session will look into some of the potential effects this
new technology could have on the transportation system, and the work of the AV
Task Force to begin to devise a regulatory framework in areas like licensing,
insurance and liability, and law enforcement.
Dick, Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). Andrew works for ODOT
as the Connected, Automated and Electric Vehicle Advisor. In this role, he
helps the agency prepare for the new vehicle technologies that will transform
the transportation system, and identify how new policy can help to accommodate them.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Political Economy from Colorado
This Risk Connection will be held in the ODOT East Complex Building X Conference Room, 855 Airport Rd SE Salem on January 16, 2019 from 9:00
am to 10:30 am. No cost parking available. Registration through iLearn will be posted soon. If you don't have access to iLearn, contact us at 503-373-7475 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RMIS Lite User training (STARS Enterprise)
Agency authorized personnel may sign up for training to learn how to access the system and run agency specific reports. Users will be required to sign a user agreement when they receive their assigned log-on. Please send your questions, comments or requests for training to Luella Ackerson
or call 503-373-7003.
SAIF Corporation sponsored training
Office ergonomics work station assessor
A joint venture with SAIF, the state’s workers’ compensation insurer. Teaches methods to fit and adjust a seated workstation to individual employee needs. Essential for Office Ergonomics program. Open enrollment. Pre-registration required. In Salem.
Training for state agencies
State employees can view class schedules and register on SAIF's training web site
. If you need information or have any questions, contact Stacia Melendy, SAIF’s Oregon Team, at (503) 373-8107 or 1-800-285-8525, ext. 8107 or e-mail her at email@example.com