A special webinar presentation from the ASIS Supply Chain and Transportation Security Community.
COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus, has officially been declared a national emergency. The effects of the COVID-19 go well beyond the health sector; affecting all areas of public and private life. This webinar will drill down on the impact to the supply chain and to mass transit systems. Supply chain and mass transit share a common thread ... both demand a coordinated response to infectious threats.
Join the discussion on “COVID-19’s Impact on the Supply Chain and Mass Transit” by attending this Supply Chain and Transportation Security Community sponsored webinar on 25 March and hear from experts breaking mid-pandemic to share their expertise and valuable insight.
Security and Resilience at BSI Practice Director Toni Pelli with address the impact COVID-19 is having on the global supply chain, manufacturing, distributions, and logistics. Tony has years of professional experience as a supply chain risk consultant helping Fortune 500 companies assess business continuity risk in their supply chains and design successful implementation of supply chain security and business continuity plans, policies, and procedures.
Tony will discuss the current situation and what to expect in the future by addressing the following topics:
Aston Greene, Interim Chief Executive Officer for Los Angeles Metro, is simultaneously fulfilling the role of Deputy Chief of System Security and Law Enforcement, directing all areas of transit system security and law enforcement operations, program management, community outreach, and technology development. In 2019, Aston led thousands of personnel responsible for crime prevention and response to achieve a nearly crime-free Super Bowl.
Plug into to hear Aston discuss the on-the-ground reality of COVID-19 and learn:
Security risk professionals in the U.S. and around the globe will benefit from attending.
CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required._1590958439566