Security Logistics – Todd Moore, ISB. Cargo Theft and What You Didn’t Know

This discussion reveals some of the cargo crime problems in Canada and skyrocketing statistics in comparison to the US, including a look at the root of the problem, the types of groups involved, their trade craft, and what makes them “organized”. This session will also examine the importance of a supply chain security program in combating cargo crime and examine the challenges and benefits of implementing this type of program.

Todd Moore is the Vice President of ISB Global Services Cargo Theft Division. He manages a comprehensive an innovative cargo loss prevention & supply chain security program designed to assist insurance companies, commercial transportation companies and police agencies with cargo crime mitigation solutions. Todd is a retired Police Detective with 31 years policing service. He has extensive investigative experience working in the Intelligence, Organized Crime and Robbery Units. During this time, he coordinated several covert investigations involving confidential human sources, police agents, undercover operators and wiretap investigations. Todd is a designated Certified Security Professional (C.S.P.).

Practical Approaches to Manage Driver Fatigue Risk

Fatigued drivers use more fuel, make more errors, and are more frequently involved in collisions.

Recently experts in the field spoke about the practical approaches to monitor for and manage driver fatigue risk. They also discussed case studies implementing software and other programs to mitigate driver fatigue and the impact of these programs in terms of reductions to safety critical events (e.g., hard braking), collisions, and operating costs.

Matthew van Wollen is a co-founder of Pulsar Informatics. Matthew holds a degree in Engineering Physics and has 20 years experience in transportation safety. He recently served as the lead project coordinator on two congressional mandated DOT studies of truck driver fatigue to aid the hours of service rule making process. He has co-authored several scientific publications in the domain of fatigue risk management and holds two U.S. technology patents for systems related to the monitoring and mitigation of fatigue risk.