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HOMELAND SECURITY

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Safety Department jim deal x3609

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Note: The next slide has a attached video showing the attack on the World Trade Center Towers.. in New York City NYC September 11, 2001.You are not required to watch the video. Click on the

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  • 1993A group of religious fundamental terrorists attempted to topple the World Trade Center with an unmarked rental truck loaded with hazardous materials

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  • 1993 The FBI arresteda terrorist cell that tried to detonate a stolen gasoline tanker in the New York City Hudson River Tunnel

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  • 1995 Oklahoma City Timothy McVeigh who was angered with the government, sets off a truck bomb made of ammonium nitrate and fuel oil, leaving a crater 20 feet wide and eight feet deep in a government building. One (168) hundred and sixty-eight people were killed, including several children.

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  • 1999Two members of an anti-government militia were arrested for plotting to detonate 24 million gallons of propane in a storage facility in Elk Grove ,CA.

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  • 2001A group of well organized terrorists hijacked four commercial aircrafts crashing two into the World Trade Towers,

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one in the Pentagon and the passengers of the fourth plane forced the plane to crash into a field in Pennsylvania.

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You are an important part of an 11 Trillion dollarindustry. Transportation represents 11% of the nation’s economics which includes transporting800,000hazardous materialshipments in the United States per day.

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Many of these hazardous materials are essential to our every day life.

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But placed in the hands of a terrorist some hazardous materials mixed with other hazardous materials can cause an explosion( Ammonium Nitrate &Nitrate acid)used in the1993 bombing of the World Trade Tower in NYC.

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Securing the nation from falling into the wrong hands is daunting. Transportation of gasoline and propane tankers demand a fleet of over 85,000 trucks and the police and other law enforcement agencies cannot guarantee the security of the nation’s transportation system.

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  • Who is a terrorist ?

  • It has been learned that a terrorist can live for many months in our community.

  • Holding regular jobs

  • Attending school

  • Shopping at local supermarkets.

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Who is a terrorist ?

The biggest mistake we can make is to stereotype what we think a terrorist should look like…

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  • Be suspicious

  • Watch for unusual behavior

  • Don’t be misled because the individual does not fit what you think a terrorist should look like.

  • It will be the individual who blends in

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  • Potential Terrorist

  • Persons to watch

  • Disgruntled worker who you hear making threats and showing violence

  • Part Time and Temporary workers

  • ..

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  • Potential Terrorist

  • We learned that terrorists can be patient and can work in jobs for months filtrating into the system to be used to their advantage.

  • A successful terrorist is the one person you never expected

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STOP ! Please answer the question?

Are you a driver or do you dispatch drivers? Click on the correct answer YesorNo

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Which of the following items should the driver consider when planning a trip of hazardous materials?

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  • Which of the following items should the driver consider when planning a trip of hazardous materials?

  • Shortest route

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  • Which of the following items should the driver consider when planning a trip of hazardous materials?

  • Shortest route

  • Highly populated areas

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  • Which of the following items should the driver consider when planning a trip of hazardous materials?

  • Shortest route

  • Highly populated areas

  • Maintaining a visual contact with the other vehicle


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  • Which of the following items should the driver consider when planning a trip of hazardous materials?

  • Shortest route

  • Highly populated areas

  • Maintaining a visual contact with the other vehicle

  • Routes through tunnels and over bridges

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  • Which of the following items should the driver consider when planning a trip of hazardous materials? ALL FOUR !

  • Shortest route

  • Highly populated areas

  • Maintaining a visual contact with the other vehicle

  • Routes through tunnel and over bridges

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  • You have been trained on what you need to do when handling and transporting hazardous material,but you have not had training on the threats of an terrorist when transporting hazardous

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  • Awareness is your best defense

  • A driver needs to inspect his /her truck & trailer regularly to ensure it has not been tampered with.

  • Report to dispatch on suspicious loaded trailers (with or without hazardous materials) of any broken seals, missing cargo and any trailer doors found open that should have been closed.

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  • Awareness our best defensive

  • It is important that drivers do not leave their vehicles unattended, running or parked with keys in the ignition.

  • If a driver needs to stop.. park in well lit areas.

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  • Drivers need to inspect their equipment after each stop for any unusual and suspicious items when transporting placard hazardous material shipments.

  • Drivers are to check inside empty trailers they pick up and report any suspicious items or concerns about the trailer.

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  • Drivers need to pay close attention to vehicles around them and make note of any vehicles that appear to be following them.

  • Notify dispatch or the authorities on any unusual or suspicious concerns.

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  • Awareness our best defensive

  • Do not dispatch a hazardous material shipment if it cannot reach it’s destination on the same day.

  • Hazmat OTR runs should be planned so the hazardous material shipment will arrive at the terminal or be handed off to another driver before the end of the drivers duty tour.

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  • Awareness our best defensive

    In the event that an OTR driver must layover with a hazardous material shipment….

  • Question the driver’s layover location.

  • Is it a secure, well lit facility such as Petro, Flying-J or Truck Stops of America?

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In event of a terrorist threat or high alert status indicated by Homeland Security, the Safety Department will notify all TCS facilities and the TCS fleet of the alert warning.

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Notification will include satellite communication, cell phones, pagers, phones and faxes.

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Planning and Enroute Security

Drivers (and employees) are not to discuss details about a hazardous material pick-up, locations and destinations with unauthorized persons.

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Drivers are not to pick up hitchhikers or allow any unauthorized persons in the truck cab at anytime.

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Drivers are not to stop and help disabled vehicles or motorists.

Drivers need to call local authorities if anyone is needing assistance.

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  • What can I do?

  • Control lock your computer when not at your work area.

  • Remove your work badge when not at work

  • Be aware of your surroundings

  • Watch what you said in a public area.

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  • Rules to follow…

  • Visitors (Vendors) are required to log in & out and wear a visitor’s badge while visiting headquarters

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  • Rules to follow…

  • Triple Crown Services off site locations have the     same requirements for visitors. The visitors are logged in to the system and given a visitor pass and the card is to be displayed in the windshield of the     vehicle (service vehicle entering the property,     others vehicles such as salesmen are to park in       the visitors parking area.

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At our

hazardous material list is small and is limited to mostly two types of hazardous material classes.

Flammable

Corrosive

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  • But we need to do our part …

  • A secure transportation system is vital for our nation

  • It ensures our economic growth

  • Protects our citizens

  • Calms the fear of a major threat

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Alert Colors to watch for ….

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In Closing

With a better understanding of threats, targets and preventative measures, we can reduce the risk of a catastrophic event

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  • Be educated

  • Be Aware

  • Be SECURE

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If you have any questions, please contact Jim Deal 800 325 6510 x 3609

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