Safety Advisory Council

Safety Advisory Council

To all our fellow Fleet Professionals,

We are all concerned with the safety of our drivers and those that they interact with every day as they do their jobs in our vehicles. On average, twenty percent of our drivers will be involved in a crash or other incident in any given year. With the advent of smart phones, PDA’s, tablets, and other electronic devices, texting and phone calls while driving have placed everyone on the road at a much higher risk level than ever before.

The Safety Advisory Council wants to put NAFA at the forefront of your safety efforts by providing:

  • A one-stop-shop for useful fleet safety information for our members.
  • A voice raised to the vehicle manufacturers, various government entities, and others to raise fleet concerns and support safety efforts
  • A forum to discuss your safety-related problems and get answers
  • Safety educational tools you can use for your chapter meetings

The Council will be working diligently over the next months on developing this website to be a tool for your use. We hope that you’ll visit often to see the results of our efforts. We also hope that you’ll feel free to contact us to provide feedback on what information you would like to see or even to volunteer to participate on the Council.

The Fleet Safety Advisory Council is putting together a demonstration sample of an effective safety program and policy. We are looking for material to draw from for our sample. Please submit examples to All submissions will be confidential and references to companies/agencies can be omitted at your discretion.

Thanks and safe driving!
Fleet Safety Advisory Council

Primary Council Responsibilities

  • Keep safety in the minds of NAFA members by suggesting safety-related topics for NAFA publications and programs.
  • Develop safety-related products for NAFA to market.

  • Serve as a liaison between NAFA and other fleet safety organizations
  • Recommend safety-related sessions for the annual I&E.
  • Develop outlines or possible “canned” presentations for chapter safety meetings.
  • Produce annual or bi-annual Crash Data and Loss Data Surveys; analysis survey results and help prepare report for publication.
  • Work cooperatively with chapter leaders to disseminate information about national, regional, and local safety programs.

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Committee Members

Philip R. Moser
Syneos Health
Vice Chair – Regular Member
Rick Haggard, CAFM®
Fleet Project Manager
City of Seattle
(206) 733-9487
Vice Chair - Associate Member
Michael Bernstein
Sales Engineer
AssetWorks Inc.
(267) 337-5804
Board Leader
Michael Camnetar, CAFM®
Regional VP Business Development
LeasePlan USA
(470) 442-5135
David Thompsen, CAFM®
Fleet and Facilities Manager
Matanuska Telephone Assn. Inc.
(907) 761-2715
(907) 761-1950
Deanne Radke
Assistant Division Director
King County Department of Transportation
Seattle, WA
(206) 477-3884
Patrick O’Connor
Kent & O’Connor
Suite 350
1531 Wilson Boulevard
Washington, DC 22209
(703) 351-6222
Jessica Brousseau
Kent & O’Connor
Suite 350
1531 Wilson Boulevard
Washington, DC 22209
Robert Ellingsworth, CAFM®
Fleet Manager
State of Minnesota
Anthony Bowe , CAFM®
Fleet Management
State of Minnesota
Kristin Leary, CAFM®
Director, Fleet Services
Syneos Health
(732) 537-5035
John J. Brewington Jr., CAFM®
Brewington & Company
Anita Salazar-Lozano
Fleet/Risk Administrator
Makita USA Inc.
Al Thunberg, CAFM®
Maintenance Manager
City of Minneapolis