2017 ACTAR tests

From January 17, 2017 To December 31, 2017

As of 01/17/17, there are more than a dozen ACTAR tests on the calendar for 2017, in a dozen US states and Candian provinces. Visit the ACTAR test-calendar page for all the details, and be sure the register in advance! https://actar.org/exam/calendar

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Technical Reconstruction of Heavy Truck Crashes

From April 2, 2018 To April 4, 2018

“Technical Reconstruction of Heavy Truck Crashes" - hosted by SOAR

The Society of Accident Reconstruction Specialists is hosting a seminar to improve your understanding of and analysis of traffic crashes involving heavy trucks and commercial motor vehicles, with topics presented by industry specialists including:

-Air Brake Systems and Post-Crash CMV Documentation  - Mr. Bill Focha

-Use of V-Crash® to simulate Heavy Truck Crashes - Mr. Tony Becker

-Heavy Truck Brake Force and Load Reconstruction - Mr. Scott Skinner

-Use of EXCEL® in Reconstructing CMV Crashes - Mr. John Bruno

-Dynamic Rollover Threshold - Mr. Scott Skinner

-Conspicuity Issues in CMV Crash Reconstruction - Mr. Arnold Wheat

-Use of Synercon Smart Sensor Simulators® - Mr. James Loftis

-Use of EDR Data in Reconstructing CMV Crashes - Mr. Greg Wilcoxson


LOCATION: La Quinta Inn & Suites at DIA, 6801 Tower Road, Denver, Colorado 80249
Telephone: 303-371-0888 www.laquintadenverairportdia.com

ACTAR Continuing Education Credits will be available
Seminar Cost: $375.00 (received prior to February 1, 2018)
$425.00 (received February 1 thru April 1, 2018)
Cancellations between March 12-25 subject to $50.00 fee; After March 25th, fee will be $200.00
Materials & Lunch for 3 Days Included

Seating Limited to 35 students

Register at: S.O.A.R., 4964 Ward Rd., Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 Tel: 303-403-9045, Email: soar@TheSoarce.info

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2018 Joint Conference hosted by NYSTARS

From October 17, 2018 To October 19, 2018

2018 Joint Conference hosted by NYSTARS

  Oct. 17-19, 2018

  Fort William Henry Conference Center

  Lake George, N.Y.

  Topic - Pedestrian Collisions

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