Safety experts approach Motorcycle Conference

Accident Scene Management Inc. (ASMI), a national provider of training for motorcycle safety related classes, today announced they have added Lee Parks, author of Total Control and one the world’s leading motorcycle performance testers to cast of experts presenting at the March 2010 Biker’s Betterment Conference (BBC).

The BBC, scheduled on March 26-27, 2010 in Chicago, IL at the Doubletree Hotel & Convention Center O’Hare, is being hosted by Accident Scene Management Inc./ Road Guardians, a national provider of training for motorcycle safety related classes.

The conference includes nationally known speakers addressing one of six educational categories derived from the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety: Rider Education, First Response, Motorist Awareness, Impaired Riding, Apparel, Laws/Govt.

The conference includes a vendor fair and evening reception. Attendees will also have the opportunity to experience skills demonstrations and participate in a banquet. The educational sessions feature leading industry experts including:

> Lee Parks, Author and Owner of Total Control , and one of the world’s top motorcycle performance testers
> Al Hydeman, Manager of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation
> Imre Szauter, Government Relations Coordinator of Justice for All campaign
> Greg Zaffke, Founder, Black Nail Brigade Foundation
> Michael Jordan, Motorcycle Program Analyst, NHTSA
> Dr. Thomas, Snell Memorial Foundation
> Vicki Sanfelipo, RN/EMT, Executive Director, Accident Scene Manager and Co-Founder of Road Guardians
> Bobbie Carlson, Director of Military Services Safety Training for Cape Fox Professional Services and Concentric Methods
> Pat Hahn, Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Communications
> Attorneys Randy Sevenish, Pete Nayler, Kimberly Miller discussing Good Samaritan Laws, Duty to Act, Obligations, Interfering, protecting yourself
> Mike Aguilar, CEO, Innocorp
> Bill Gade, CEO, Tour on 2

Conference organizers have arranged for a special hotel room rate at the Chicago Doubletree Hotel & Convention Center of $75 per night for up to 4 people per room. Additional conference information is available online at accidentscene.org or by calling toll free (877) 411-8551