TSA Workshop to Examine Security Threats at Fleet Safety Conference
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The Transportation Security Administration will be providing a hands-on workshop focusing on transportation security at the upcoming Fleet Safety Conference.
The workshop will include a presentation on security threats against transportation fleets and an additional hands-on training session for attendees to improve their company’s security posture as part of the TSA Intermodal Security Training and Exercise Program (I-STEP).
TSA Subject Matter Experts in Improvised Explosive Devices David Cooper and Daryn Frank will administer the session. Frank currently oversees a team of compliance inspectors at TSA’s Chicago Field Office focused on surface and cargo. He has held an array of positions, inlcuding director of security of the John Hancock Building in Chicago, public safety director of the Illinois Institute of Technology, and director of internal affairs for Levy Security. Additionally, Frank served with distinction as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army Military Police Corps.
The Fleet Safety Conference will take place from July 24-26 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Schaumburg, Ill. It is an industry event hosted by Bobit Business Media publications Heavy Duty Trucking, Automotive Fleet, and Work Truck and is designed specifically for fleet, risk, safety, sales, human resources and EHS professionals.
The Fleet Safety Conference will offer current and expert insights and practical education on a wide range of topics focused on improving fleet safety.
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