Stay Up to Date with the Ever-Changing Regulatory Environment by Attending AEM’s Upcoming CARB Tier 5 Webinar

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1/18/2024

As 2024 begins to gain momentum, AEM is excited to offer its members insights into the proposed California Air Resource Board (CARB) Tier 5 rulemaking through its first member education webinar of the year: What CARB Regulations Mean for You.

Scheduled for Jan. 25 at 1 p.m. CST, the webinar will feature AEM’s Travis Webb, technical manager of safety & product leadership as moderator, and guest speaker Steve Neva, director of international standards and regulations for Doosan Bobcat North America. Neva is a highly engaged member of AEM’s Engine Emissions Technical Committee (EETC) and the AEM Engine Emissions Strategy Task Force (EESTF).

Register now.

Attendees of this webinar will gain:

  • An understanding of the regulatory framework established by the California Air Resources Board.
  • Insights into the compliance requirements set by CARB, including reporting obligations and measures they can take to adhere to environmental regulations.
  • An understanding of what AEM is doing to help its members navigate the ever-changing regulatory landscape.

These insights allow members to stay informed on various proposed regulations that may impact their business in both the short and long term.

About Member Education Webinars

AEM members have exclusive access to help them stay on top of emerging issues and trends via member education webinars. Experts break down industry issues and pinpoint critical changes in the landscape to help attendees refine their company’s strategy.

For more information on the upcoming series of member education webinars, contact your Account Success Advisor.

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