A closer look at an age-old secure transportation/protection route planning function was inspired by United Parcel Service – commonly referred to as UPS.
While there may not be anything “new” in this video – Charles and his pal Chris performed the remote hack mentioned in the video quite a while ago, and as he notes, once Chrysler was made aware of it the company promptly resolved that particular vulnerability on their particular vehicles – the level of control […]
Given the sheer volume of training programs we deliver in any given year, we’ve heard just about every opinion imaginable when it comes to SUVs. They’re big, they’re heavy, they have a high center of gravity… they’re not fuel efficient (go figure). So what’s not to like? From a safety standpoint, in a crash these […]
Whether you are participating in a training program as a student or instructor – to include those who instruct on a part-time basis as contractors or sub-contractors – being adequately protected by the training providers’ (or in terms of a multi-tiered contractual relationship, by the Prime Contractors’) insurance is of the utmost importance. No one […]
When we think of the phrase Caveat Emptor, which is Latin for “Buyer Beware”, we typically think about the risks associated with business transactions that transpire directly between sellers or service providers and consumers. But in the protection profession, where multi-tiered contractual relationships are the norm, the legal doctrine of vicarious liability – a strict […]