Improving Fleet Safety (SOLD OUT)

Please note, ASSE will be unable to accept "walk-in" registrations at this event. Only registered attendees will be allowed access to the Symposium.

Hosted at the UPS Corporate Offices - 55 Glenlake Parkway NE - Atlanta, GA 30328

The symposium will offer SH&E professionals an opportunity to participate in sessions and panel discussions on the challenges facing the transportation industry and how best practices and processes can be implemented to move their own programs, organizations and careers forward.

Learn from Leaders in the Transportation Industry

What are the best practices in transportation SH&E management principles, controls and concepts? What are the best techniques and tools used to speed the development of and implementation of SH&E programs for the transportation industry? Who are the industry leaders in transportation safety and what are they doing differently from the others?

The Improving Fleet Safety Symposium will offer SH&E professionals an opportunity to participate in sessions and panel discussions on new challenges faced within the transportation industry and cutting edge management processes, best practices and processes that can be implemented to move their own programs, organizations, and career forward. The 1.5-day seminar is being hosted at the UPS Corporate Offices in Atlanta, Georgia.

Topics include:

  • Current Issues and Best Practices: Hazardous Material Transportation Panel Discussion

  • Measuring Fleet Safety Effectiveness: Panel Discussion on Benchmarking. What Are the Leaders in Fleet afety Doing? What Separates the Best from the Rest

  • ANSI/ASSE Z15.1

  • Smart Vehicles and Other New Technologies

  • Driver Issues: Mitigating Risk and Improving Safety and Health

  • Preparing for the Worst Case Scenarios

Learning Outcomes

As a result of participating in this program, participants will be able to:

  • Apply techniques and tools used to speed the development of and implementation of SH&E programs for the transportation industry.

  • Evaluate and integrate new transportation SH&E management principles, controls, and concepts into existing programs.

  • Use case studies of other SH&E professionals to explore best practice in the transportation industry and develop insights for application on the job.

  • Comply with transportation related SH&E regulations, legislation, voluntary national consensus standards, and other recommendations.

  • Explore the ongoing impact of environmental and hazardous materials management for the transportation industry.


ASSE Symposium Task Force

Chairperson  

Doug R. Cook
Administrator
Transportation Practice Specialty
Vice President of Safety
Covenant Transport
Chattanooga, TN

Frank L. D’Ambrosio, CSP, CHM
Assistant Administrator
Transportation Practice Specialty
Senior Vice President
Frenkel & Co. Inc.
Huntington Station, NY

Gerry W. Eaker, SPHR
Corporate Fleet Safety Manager
UPS
Atlanta, GA

Alexandra E. Carli, CSP
Corporate Health and Safety Manager
UPS
Atlanta GA

ASSE Staff

Chairperson  

Dewey Whitmire
Director
Professional Development

Michelle Miller
Manager
Education Development

Tim Fisher
Director
Practices and Standards

Rennie Heath
Manager
Practice Specialties