125. Supply chain security
Guest Name: Jillian Carson-Jackson, President at The Nautical Institute. Language: English, Publication date: March, 01. 2021
Jillian is an experienced Maritime Technical Advisor, Presenter, and Chairperson with a passion for communications technologies, education and training, and vessel tracking. She is currently a President at The Nautical Institute, an international representative body for maritime professionals. Learn more about the Insitute: https://www.nautinst.org/about-us.html
Jillian commenced her career in the Canadian Coast Guard, graduating from the Canadian Coast Guard College as a navigation officer. With over three decades in the industry, Jillian has worked both afloat and ashore in the CCG, including 10 years as an instructor at the CCGC. Following an active role at IALA in the development of VTS Training, she moved to France to work with IALA as Technical Coordination Manager. She then moved to Australia to work with the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) as Manager of Vessel Traffic and Pilotage Services.
In 2016 Jillian left AMSA to set up her own consultancy, focusing on maritime technical advice and education. In May 2020 Jillian was appointed a Director of GlobalMET. Jillian represents The Nautical Institute at IALA as chair of the Emerging Digital Technologies Working Group (ENAV Committee) and the Personnel and Training Working Group (VTS Committee).
Some of the highlights from the podcast:
- Some of the supply chain risks in relation to the security
- The role of technology, data, equipment, regulations, and other key factors in ensuring a secure supply chain, particularly in the maritime industry.
- Security and risks management: Protecting our supply chains.
- Some other recommendations when designing well-protected supply chains.
Connect with her on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jillian-carson-jackson/
Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message