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[Webinar] Air Cargo During a Pandemic: Retaining safety and compliance

April 29, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM BST

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Accuity and aeroconcept are teaming up to offer a safety and compliance webinar focused on Air Cargo during a pandemic.

As the world continues to come to terms with the global COVID-19 pandemic, Air Cargo provides the air bridge to the world’s economy. Supplying urgent medical supplies, test samples, supermarket supplies, e-commerce goods, and more.

Many companies are adapting to meet the unprecedented situation and demand, but this adaptability can bring increased risk. It is critical these companies maintain the highest standards of safety and compliance, as they fulfill their crucial role.

In this webinar we hear from guest speakers from across the industry, including passenger and cargo airlines, industry association leaders and specialists in the transportation of restricted and highly regulated commodities.

Join us for an insight into the Air Cargo world during a pandemic and what it means for safety and compliance.

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Aneta Klosek, Director, Strategic Components of Growth, Accuity

Aneta Klosek is a senior professional in the field of financial crime prevention and international Anti Money Laundering regulations. With more than 15 years of professional experience, Aneta has advised numerous clients from a variety of sectors on establishing effective compliance programs and consults how customers can maximise business opportunities by the use of leading technology solutions and data. In her current role as the Director of Components of Growth, Aneta is an integral part of the compliance projects leading global air cargo companies such as Emirates and Lufthansa.

James Wyatt, General Manager, aeroconcept

James Wyatt is the General Manager of aeroconcept, his own aviation consulting business based in Germany. aeroconcept was founded in May 2019. aeroconcept provides consulting services to all sectors of the aviation industry.

A British national, James has been in the aviation industry for 19 years, predominately in cargo.
With working for some of the world’s largest airlines including, Lufthansa Cargo, AeroLogic, Qatar Airways as well as DHL Express and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) James has gained extensive aviation experience.

James has global expertise in a number of areas of the industry including, cargo handling, aircraft handling, flight operations, dangerous goods, quality and safety, auditing and training.

Michael R. White, President, Cargo Network Services Corp. (CNS)

Mike White is the President of CNS, a company of the International Air Transport Association. He oversees the company’s operations, industry advocacy, industry events and the CNS cargo account settlement system for over 100 airlines and 2,800 freight forwarding companies. He is a leader in the air cargo industry’s efforts to improve air cargo security, e-commerce growth, advocacy and facilitation.

 

Alan Schoen, President, Labelmaster

Alan Schoen, President, directs all company operations at Labelmaster, a leader in providing products, software and services for the safe transportation of hazardous materials worldwide. Alan oversees product development, manufacturing, sales and marketing, financial management, consulting services and strategic growth. He also is a member of the company’s Board of Directors.

 

Pia Jala, Vice President Consulting, Labelmaster

Pia works with clients to develop tailored solutions for safe and efficient transportation of dangerous goods. Since 2007, she has helped clients in diverse industries with issues ranging from rapid mediation of regulatory actions to complete overhauls of dangerous goods programs.

Prior to her current position at Labelmaster, Pia was the Global Manager of Dangerous Goods for Atlas Air and Polar Air Cargo

Trevor HowardTrevor Howard, Manager, Cargo Standards & Operational Safety, Emirates

Trevor Howard has been with Emirates for four years. In his current role as Manager, Cargo Standards & Operational Safety, he is responsible for all Emirates SkyCargo policies, procedures, safety and risk across the Emirates SkyCargo network. Trevor also manages a dedicated team of 17, responsible for Emirates SkyCargo export control and trade compliance program.

Trevor has been elected to the IATA Dangerous Goods Board for the past 11 years and is a technical advisor to the panel member nominated by the General Civil Aviation Administration of the United Arab Emirates at the ICAO Dangerous Goods Panel.

Prior to joining Emirates, Trevor spent 16 years at Air Canada, always in cargo operations roles, from Warehouse Handling, Shift Operations Manager, Special Handling Cargo Manager to finally Manager of Safety, Security & Regulatory Affairs.

Chris NotterJoseph Notter, Independent Aviation Consultant
Chris as he is known! 40 year veteran of the aviation business. Born in London – enjoyed all over the world!

28 Years with Lufthansa and always so appreciative of the excellent training and opportunities that were given. Working for them in the UK, North and South America, Northern Europe and Spain. Various positions from operations through reservations, sales, management, quality and regional director positions.

Additional roles thereafter with Etihad – Head of Cargo and then VP Dual roles with QR as well as VP dual roles with Saudi Cargo and finally Chief of Cargo Handling with SACC – Saudi Airlines Cargo Company. Consultant & Director of Audit with Naqel Express. In between times, an independent consultant and trainer. Podcast host.