In conjunction with American Automotive Leasing Association
July 13-15, 2015 | Schaumburg, IL
Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel

2015 Hotel and Travel

Fleet Safety Conference Location and Headquarters Hotel:
Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel

1551 Thoreau Drive North  
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Special Rate: SOLD OUT
The hotel may have rooms availalbe at the Regular Rate
(800) 468-3571 or (847) 303-4100

Click here to book your hotel room online

SUGGESTED ALTERNATE HOTELS: (No special rates established)

Wyndham Garden Schaumburg Chicago Northwest

1725 E Algonquin Rd
Schaumburg, IL 60173

(847) 397-1500
0.4 miles from Schaumburg Convention Center (8 min walk)

Embassy Suites Chicago - Schaumburg/Woodfield

1939 N Meacham Rd
Schaumburg, IL 60173

(847) 397-1313
0.5 Miles from
Schaumburg Convention Center (10 min walk)


BEWARE of Travel Scams!

The Fleet Safety Conference is committed to providing you with the best travel deals around. Fleet  Safety Conference Show Management is the official travel provider for the show and does not work with an outside third-party vendor.  Any offers from other hotels and/or travel agencies are not endorsed by the Fleet Safety Conference  or Bobit Business Media. Don’t be fooled by offers from other parties using the Fleet Safety Conference name – they are NOT affiliated with the Fleet Safety Conference or Bobit Business Media. Remember, if the offer seems too good to be true, it probably is.  At the very least, prior to booking with a party other than the Fleet Safety Conference, please check the prospective vendor’s rating at www.bbb.org.

Getting There: 

Area Airports:
1. Chicago/O’Hare – ORD
Hotel direction: 13 miles NW
Driving directions:
West on Interstate 90, exit Route 53 North. Take Algonquin Road exit. Turn right at Algonquin Road head west. Turn left at Meacham Road, 2 blocks to Thoreau Dr., then left. Turn right into hotel and convention center complex. Visit flychicago.com for airport info. Call American Taxi at 877-755-2227 for lowest taxi fares.

2. Chicago/Midway – MDW
Hotel direction: 32 miles NW
Driving directions:
Take 290 West, it merges with 53 north. Take Algonquin Road exit. Turn right at Algonquin Road head west. Turn left at Meacham Road, 2 blocks to Thoreau Dr., then left. Turn right into hotel and convention center complex.
Other Ground Transportation
Bus Station: Pace Northwest Transportation Center
Train Station: Metra Northwest Line - Arlington Park Station


AIRPORT SHUTTLE INFORMATION

GO Airport Express offers special discounted rates for transfer to and from Chicago Midway or O’Hare International Airports. Book your shuttle online or call 800-284-3826 and use code “RSCC″ to receive a 10% discount*.Shuttles depart from both airports every 15 to 20 minutes.

To avoid ticket lines and to receive discounted rates advanced reservations are strongly recommended


SUBURBAN TAXIS:
Taxis traveling to a destination outside the city of Chicago will charge a 50% surcharge. Rates will be the fare and a half for leaving the city. When traveling from the airport to a suburb, be sure to get a suburban taxi. Suburban taxi rates range from $30-$40. Please order your taxis ahead of time or from the airport after you collect all your luggage, as taxis are not allowed to wait at the curb.

Book with American Taxi or 303 Taxi to avoid the extra fees:

American Taxi - 847-255-9600

303 Taxi – 847-303-0303



Parking

Complimentary on-site parking. Valet parking, fee: 14 USD daily. Valet parking includes in/out privileges.

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2015 Featured Speakers

Tuesday, July 14, 2015
 
    

8:30am - 9:20am
Opening Keynote Address: How to Create a Successful Corporate Safety Culture - Shell's Journey to Goal Zero
Mike Watson
Shell

   

12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch and General Session: How EHS/Fleet Professionals Can Engage Senior Leadership to Provide Management and Financial Support for Corporate Safety Programs

Joseph L. McKillips, CSP
Abbott

   

3:00pm - 4:00pm
General Session: Developing Fleet Policies that Address the State of Legalization of Marijuana on Impaired Driving
Tom Bray
J.J. Keller

   
Wednesday, July 15, 2015    
 
 

8:30am - 9:50am
Breakfast and General Session: Latest Industry Initiatives to Reduce Deaths and Injuries Associated with Distracted Driving
David Teater
National Safety Council

12:30pm - 2:00pm
Lunch & Closing Keynote Address: Looking Back to Build a Vision of the Future
Jack Hanley, Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS)