Audience: Open industry. All apparel and footwear industry professionals, regardless of AAFA membership, are encouraged to participate.
Retailers, in collaboration with their insurance brokers and underwriters, want to address and mitigate the risk exposure and increasing costs of insurance they face from cargo crime. BSI routinely undertakes transportation security gap analysis and vulnerability assessment benchmarking projects set against industry best practices to assess the following: potential supply chain transportation security policy gaps, vulnerability risk exposure, the current state of retailers, and their transport suppliers' security practices and procedures. This type of assessment highlights where retailers are exposed and where they can improve on insurance cost efficiencies. Leveraging supply chain risk intelligence - to highlight where future risks and threats may disrupt retailers' supply chains - allows them to take a proactive approach.
Attendees of this webinar will discover:
- How a gap analysis of your supply chain transportation security management is conducted against industry best practice.
- How to engage with your internal and external supply chain stakeholders to implement the updates.
- How to utilize the report to identify and highlight opportunities for improvement.
Sr. Supply Chain Risk Advisor
BSI Supply Chain Services and Solutions
Tony is an experienced supply chain security risk consultant with a broad range of specialized skill sets, including experience in conducting end-to-end, enterprise-level supply chain risk assessments for clients and their supply chain partners. Tony helps clients design, implement and refine their supply chain security programs, leads assessments where he models, forecasts, and quantifies the risk of cargo theft, counterfeiting, and other supply chain risks. He has also designed loss prevention and security assessments, mapped and assessed security and business continuity risks in supply chains, and assisted in the successful implementation of supply chain security plans, policies, and procedures for various Fortune 500 companies.
Senior Vice President, Supply Chain
Nate Herman oversees AAFA’s government relations department, managing the association’s lobbying, policy, and regulatory affairs activities. Nate leads AAFA’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, formulating and implementing CSR policy and representing AAFA and the industry on CSR issues before governments, NGOs, and other key stakeholders. Nate also leads the association’s work on sustainability, transportation, logistics, and customs issues. In addition, Nate develops all apparel and footwear industry data and statistics as AAFA's resident economist. Prior to joining AAFA, Nate worked for six years at the U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration assisting U.S. firms in entering the global market. Nate spent the last two years as the Department's industry analyst for the footwear and travel goods industries. Nate received a Masters of Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh in 1994 and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Economics from the University of Delaware in 1992.