Learn more about data as a fleet safety tool in the HDT – Safety and Compliance webinar

Find out how to leverage telematics and other data from your fleet to improve safety performance on October 6 in the third and final installment of the Safety First webinar series from the editors of Heavy trucking.

This free online session is all about harnessing the power of data to generate business intelligence that delivers actionable, actionable insights to fleet safety managers.

Expert speakers from the webinar will explain how data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning can help your fleet identify key opportunities to improve the safety of your fleet, from identifying problematic geographies to addressing them. unsafe driving practices, even when they occur.

Data as a fleet security tool will take place on Wednesday, October 6 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. Pacific. HDT’s Safety First webinar series is sponsored by Drivewyze, Netradyne and Whip Around.

During this webinar, you will learn how to leverage data to improve fleet safety programs, including hearing real-life fleet experiences from our guest speakers:

  • A recognized safety management professional and C-level executive with a large nationwide truck load and a dedicated transporter will share experiences using data to accomplish missions such as developing a comprehensive program driver orientation and the creation of a personalized scorecard system for drivers.
  • A seasoned trucking defense attorney and leading lawyer for a software company focused on preventing safety exposure will detail the overall industry perspective on how telematics and other data can be used to reduce a myriad of security risks to fleets quickly and efficiently.

This HDT webinar will explore how properly collected, sorted and analyzed data can educate managers on where to focus when it comes to safety, whether it’s developing meaningful scorecards and reward programs for drivers. or alert drivers on the road to upcoming hot spots or their own unsafe driving practices. .

Meet the Fleet Safety Data Panel

HDT Business / Washington Editor-in-Chief David Cullen will host an in-depth panel discussion and question-and-answer session with:

Jeremy Stickling, Administrative Director of Nussbaum Transportation Services


The Hudson, Illinois-based carrier has been named the Best Overall Fleet to Drive (Large Carrier) for 2021, marking three consecutive years of earning the title. Stickling joined Nussbaum in 2007 as an accountant and rose through the ranks, including head of human resources and safety, to be named CAO in 2019. In 2015, he received the Safety & Compliance award from HDT .

Stickling’s safety achievements include the development of a personalized driver scorecard system, which transforms the myriad of data collected by the fleet on factors influencing safety, fuel economy and other factors. , and turns them into something drivers and fleet managers can understand and use immediately.

The safety policies he oversees include drug and alcohol testing, driving training, continuing in-class training, risk assessment, and a safe driver rewards program.

Doug Marcello, General Counsel of Bluewire LLC and Defense Counsel at Marcello & Kivisto Law Firm


Marcello is an active trucking defense lawyer with over 35 years of trial experience. He is specially admitted in 35 states and has the distinction of holding a CDL.

In early 2021, he joined Bluewire, a SaaS company that offers AI-based software that presents trucking companies with insight into points of exposure that can be exploited and used against them. The company aims to “guide customers to action by providing a data-driven roadmap to build exposure and protect their reputation.”

He is a member of numerous trucking associations, including the Trucking Industry Defense Association, the American Trucking Associations, the Truckload Carriers Association, and the New York and New Jersey state trucking associations.

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