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Author: Chris Harris, The Safety Dawg

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Interviews with influential trucking insiders for their insights and in-depth knowledge. Topics will range from trucking, trucking safety and driver habits. We will cover the industry with our unique perspective.
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Todd's Contact info:Email address:  tmoore@isbglobalservices.com  Phone:   905-805-7802    Website:  www.isbglobalservices.com  Twitter:   @ToddMooreISB  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/todd-moore-52059a1/Information for PULSE: https://www.isbglobalservices.com/services/cargo-loss-prevention-and-supply-chain-security/commercial-transportation-companies/• Cargo theft is very prevalent in Canada & US• Eight major cargo theft areas in NA include – LA, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, Memphis, NJ, Chicago & Toronto (GTA)• Four of the major US areas have dedicated Cargo Theft Task Forces• Only two police services in Canada – PRP & YRP have dedicated cargo theft units.• Ironically, 2 years ago Canada (621) had more cargo thefts that the US (591)• The large percentage of those cargo thefts occurred in Peel Region (Brampton & Mississauga) – 341 incidents.• The second highest area in NA was California.• CA has a population of 40 million and Peel Region has a population of 1.3 – big problem.Why is it such a big problem?• The GTA has one of the most unique landscapes for Organized Crime which include multiple groups all actively included in cargo theft:  Traditional Organized Crime (TOC), Easter European OC, Asian O.C. & South Asian O.C.• Cargo theft is “seed money” to help fund other more profitable criminal activities such as drug importation.• In the GTA (Peel) high concentration of trucking companies, major series highways and the largest international airport.  • Lack of public perception at how big the problem really is, the ripple effect and the group’s involvement.• Public perception is cargo theft is a “victimless crime” an insurance issue.• Police have budget issues, resource issues, investigative priorities, need to focus on violent crime vs property crime.Where does it take place?• Culprits target industrial trucking yards that are often in isolated• Often, they use a stolen tractor to hook up to a trailer• Majority of trailers aren’t equipped with GPS• If equipped with a GPS there is a small window of opportunity to recover the load• Usually taken to a dedicated warehouse, unloaded and stolen tractor and empty trailer abandoned and later found by the police.What do they steal?• There is a market for any stolen commodity on the black market – willful blindness.• Food/drink items (no serial numbers), consumer supplies and building products are easy to fence and supply and demand.How do you fix the problem?• Easiest method is to GPS every trailer – becomes a cost factor.• Insurance incentives for trucking companies to embrace GPS tracking on all trailers.• Need a real-time incident management service to escalate to police and provide police with real-time tools to recover the stolen trailer.• The GTA needs a Joint Forces Cargo Task Force made up of major police services designed to target cargo theft.• PULSE is a comprehensive suite of cargo loss prevention and supply chain security products and services designed to help reduce risk exposure andmitigate cargo crime losses. Services are available by a la carte selection to suit an organization’s needs and requirements.PULSE Benefits:• Single source provider• North American coverage• Real-time law enforcement escalation globally• Live tracking URL link technology to assist police with load recoveries• National law enforcement database with 37,000 police agencies in North America• GPS kits with monitoring and escalation packages for all modes of transportation• World-class partners  Show Keeping it Safety Dawg Simple!#pulse, #isbglobalservices, #cargotheft, #cargocrime, #safetydawg #dawgonit
Jodi Burness of Burness Paralegal Services discusses just how Paralegals fighting tickets on your behalf can affect the CVOR and the benefits and keeping the CVOR scoring threshold low. Keeping it Safety Dawg Simple!#paralegal #CVOR #truckingJodi can be reached via email: jodi@burnessparalegal.comphone: 519 285 5438Follow her on twitter @burnesslawhttp://burnessparalegal.com/
Charlie discusses "The Best Kept Secret in Trucking" and all the offering that the IHSA has to offer YOU the transportation professional. Charlie Charalambous, Coordinator, Research and Stakeholder & Public Relations, IHSACharlie Charalambous works for the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA) as a Coordinator, Research and Stakeholder & Public Relations (Transportation). Charlie started his career in the transportation industry at Markel (Northbridge) Insurance working in Risk Services and then moved to ISB Global Services in 2017 where he led their commercial transportation sales division. In 2020 Charlie joined the IHSA in the Stakeholder and Client Relations Department. Charlie is an active member of the Fleet Safety Council and holds a seat on the Truck Training Schools Association (TTSAO) Board as the Director of Communication and Public Relations. Charlie also volunteers his time on the conference executive committees for the FSC Annual Conference, the National Recruiting and Retention Symposium and the TTSAO Annual Conference.IHSA website: http://www.ihsa.ca/Homepage.aspxIHSA Training Page: https://www.ihsa.ca/training/services.aspxIHSA on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBAfn2JoEUM8s9yIzyRiVuAKeeping it Safety Dawg Simple!
You can get in touch with John:Email, john.farquhar@execulink.comPhone, 226 802 2762Follow John on Twitter, @1975BuickConnect with John on Linkedin, http://linkedin.com/in/john-farquhar-9b88771a2Keeping it Safety Dawg Simple!#truckingsafety#trucking#truckdriving
Trucking Answers on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBLTOE0xkbIyGFFryPsE0LgWebsite: https://www.truckinganswersnation.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truckinganswersTwitter: @TRUCKINGANSWERSKeeping it Safety Dawg Simple! safetydawg.com#truckinganswers #truckdrivers #trucking
Recruiters, Ray Haight, is an internationally known expert in regards to Truck Driver Retention and Ray is giving away his secrets on this week's show. Keeping it Safety Dawg Simple!#truckdriverrecruiting #truckdriver #truckdriverturnover
Thanks, everyone, please rate the show. Here is Scott's contact information:Email: scott.creighton@riskservices.ca Phone: 416.558.0296 On the Web: www.nbins.com Twitter: @northbridgeins 
Linda Corkum of the Nova Scotia Trucking Safety Association talks about truck driver mental health. During the COVID-19 epidemic, the truck driver is under even greater stress than normal. While trucking can be a stressful occupation, when we add in COVID, the stress levels for some are through the roof. Linda of NSTSA addresses this and more. Truck Driver Mental Health. Call 911 if you are in immediate danger or need urgent medical support.https://truckinghr.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/THRC_Report_MentalHealthGuide-WEB-FINAL.pdfhttps://cmha.ca/  (In crisis? Please call 1-833-456-4566 toll-free (In QC: 1-866-277-3553), 24/7 or visit www.crisisservicescanada.ca)https://www.ccohs.ca/topics/wellness/mentalhealth/Wellness Together Canada:  https://ca.portal.gs/Linda Corkum of the Nova Scotia Trucking Safety Association talks about truck driver mental health. During the COVID-19 epidemic, the truck driver is under even greater stress than normal. While trucking can be a stressful occupation, when we add in COVID, the stress levels for some are through the roof. Linda of NSTSA addresses this and more. Truck Driver Mental Health. Call 911 if you are in immediate danger or need urgent medical support.https://truckinghr.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/THRC_Report_MentalHealthGuide-WEB-FINAL.pdfhttps://cmha.ca/  (In crisis? Please call 1-833-456-4566 toll-free (In QC: 1-866-277-3553), 24/7 or visit www.crisisservicescanada.ca)https://www.ccohs.ca/topics/wellness/mentalhealth/Wellness Together Canada:  https://ca.portal.gs/The Mental Health Commission of Canada has recently developed three crisis response training programs for essential workers https://go.mentalhealthcommission.ca/e/597791/rtcl-nfrstrctr-esf-sfe-en-aspx/vdzyd/477357613?h=2p1KY6TZ0cEdUnkAdNhk6zMXJ7HI7HQjPG73UdAv3RY. We know that throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, essential workers may experience depression and heightened anxiety due to the stress on their own health, the health of their family and friends, and the future of their livelihoods. These programs are specifically designed to help provide individuals with the tools and knowledge to better understand their own mental health and the mental health of others. There are three different courses available: Crisis Response training - Caring for Yourself  https://go.mentalhealthcommission.ca/e/597791/isis-response-virtual-training/vdzyg/477357613?h=2p1KY6TZ0cEdUnkAdNhk6zMXJ7HI7HQjPG73UdAv3RY - Participants will be introduced to the Mental Health Continuum and the Big 4 Coping Strategies, to help learn how to better understand their own mental wellness, notice if they might be moving into unwell areas, use practical actions to help with stress, and know when to reach out to get professional help. Crisis Response training - Caring for your Team  https://go.mentalhealthcommission.ca/e/597791/isis-response-virtual-training/vdzyg/477357613?h=2p1KY6TZ0cEdUnkAdNhk6zMXJ7HI7HQjPG73UdAv3RY - Participants will be introduced to the Mental Health Continuum, the Big 4 Coping Strategies, and Ad Hoc Incident Review to help learn how to better understand their own and their team’s mental wellness, notice if they might be moving into unwell areas, use practical actions to help with stress, and know when to reach out to get professional help. The first two hours of this course is the exact same as ‘Caring for Yourself’. It simply adds on an extra 90 minutes of material. So one would not need to take both courses. Crisis Response Training - Caring for Others  https://go.mentalhealthcommission.ca/e/597791/virtual-training-caring-others/vdzyj/477357613?h=2p1KY6TZ0cEdUnkAdNhk6zMXJ7HI7HQjPG73UdAv3RY - will focus on how to create a safe space to have conversations about mental health and/or substance use problems. This training will prepare participants to have conversations confidently about mental hea
Andrea Morley, of Healthy Trucker, is on this week's show. She discusses truck drivers and COVID-19, truck drivers mental healthy during this crisis. Here is Andrea's contact information: Email: amorley@healthytrucker.comPhone: 1-855-422-8333 Website: www.healthytrucker.comTwitter company page: https://twitter.com/_healthytruckerLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-morley-aa06a997/Facebook company page: https://www.facebook.com/HealthyTruckerChallengeKeeping It Safety Dawg Simple#healthytrucker  #mentalhealthcovid-19 #covid-19mentalhealth #healthytruckdriver
Mike Millian is on the Dawg On-It Trucking Pawedcast this week and he is discussing ELDs and their implementation, The PMTC and COVID-19. PMTC Annual Conference information, http://www.pmtc.ca/events--awards/2020-pmtc-annual-conferencePMTC Fall Golf, http://www.pmtc.ca/events--awards/2020-pmtc-annual-fall-golf-tournamentTo get in touch with Mike you can reach out to him here:Email, trucks@pmtc.caPhone, 1 877 501 PMTC(7682)Website, www.pmtc.caTwitter, @privatefleetsLinkedin, Mike MillianFacebook, Private Motor Truck Council of CanadaInstagram, @PMTCYLGKeeping it Safety Dawg Simple!
Jeff discusses the role of NATMI and getting "Certified." Also the benefits of Certification. Join us.Keeping it Safety Dawg Simple!
Ed Nova of Over the Road OTR speaks about OTR and truck driver communication. For your 30 free use of Infinit-i please reach out to Ed at ed@otrgroup.ca. he will set you up and walk you through this communication tool. Ed's contact information:ed@otrgroup.caMental Health, CRISIS TEXT LINEhttps://www.crisistextline.ca/Over The Road Magazinehttp://www.overtheroad.ca/category/otr-group/over-the-road-magazine/Over The Road Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/OverTheRoadMagazineKeeping it Safety Dawg Simple!
Glenn Caldwell of NAL Insurance Inc joins Safety Dawg and we get into it. WSIB alternative coverage, Driver Inc model and do they qualify for coverage and more. Get your copy of the NAL's Recommended Minimum Criteria Glenn can be reached via:Email: gcaldwell@nalinsurance.comConnect on LinkedInwww.nalinsurance.comwww.healthytrucker.comDon't forget to subscribe.
Big Data! How to manage all of your data such as GPS, Satellite, and ECM. Ward walks you through it all. And he discusses how to create a "Driver Scorecard!"Ward is the CEO of Fleetmetrica, which is a software company for the trucking industryHe has been involved in the trucking industry since  the early 90's primarily  as a management consultant helping fleets improve their performance and is co-author of the book "Shifting Gears" which is a primer for transportation executives on best quality management practicesWard's Contact Info:Email: wwarkentin@fleetmetrica.comPhone: 1 888 637 5836 x 101Website: www.fleetmetrica.com 
AvatarFleets's president Scott Rea discusses with Safety Dawg,  truck driver recruiting. Scott shares the philosophy of truck driver retention and how to use truck driver recruiting software to enhance your hiring process. We also get into the topic of truck driver training and touch upon DOT Compliance software. Listen and enjoy, and leave us a comment as well as a thumbs up. Scott's contact information:scott.rea@avatarfleet.com 330-230-0664 avatarfleet.com Twitter @avatarfleet 
A wonderful interview with Truckers Against Trafficking's Heather Fry. Heather talks about the real cost of human trafficking and how truck drivers can really do something about it. We can get certified. https://truckersagainsttrafficking.org/For truck drivers that want to "Get Certified" click here: https://education.truckersagainsttrafficking.org/lesson/the-tat-training-video/If you want or need to report suspicious activity, please call:While in Canada, 1 833 900 1010While in the United States, 1 888 373 7888You can contact Heather Fry from Truckers Against Trafficking via email at tat.truckers@gmail.comKeeping it Safety Dawg Simple!
Kim Richardson and the Safety Dawg, have a great discussion about trucking. National Recruiting & Retention Symposium (NRRS) info and registrationhttps://transrep.ca/symposium/National Recruiting AwardKim talks about the certification for truck driver instructors and it's coming standard.When is straight truck driver training coming? Kim lets us know.You can reach Kim at:email: krichardson@krway.comphone: 905 765 3445Website: www.krway.com
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Matt Richardson of KRTS Transportation Specialist discusses MELT, Mandatory Entry-Level Training, TTSAO, AZ training and more with the Safety Dawg. Matt can be contacted:email: mrichardson@krway.comphone: 905 765 3445Website: www.krway.comKeeping it Safety Dawg Simple!
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