Is driver safety a concern? Are you experiencing high driver churn? Working in the waste and recycling industry remains one of the top 10 most dangerous jobs in the U.S. Large operators who are using technology to eliminate manual tasks and provide relevant data in the cab with minimal need for driver interaction are seeing safety benefits. And easy-to-use solutions are helping drivers overcome their reservation in adopting new technology with a resulting increase in job satisfaction.
Hear from leading industry experts about how technology can be deployed to drive better safety and service outcomes.
- Latest trends in industry safety and hiring strategies
- Benefits of driver technology for any business, both large and small
- How to leverage tech tools such as in-cab exception recording and route safety
- How truck maintenance, safety event automation, and other tech impact driver satisfaction
Geoff Aardsma, VP of Professional Services, AMCS Group
Geoff started his career with Waste Management, working with regulated and special waste and post-collection (landfill and transfer). He also spent five years leading commercial teams focused on recycling, organics, and sustainability consulting. Before joining AMCS, Geoff worked with Enevo to bring container sensors and optimisation software to commercialisation. He has a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from University of Colorado – Boulder and an MBA with specialisation in Sustainable Management from University of Colorado – Denver. In 2017, he was named a Waste360 40 Under 40.
Matt Monroe, Director of Routing Solutions, North America AMCS Group
Matt Monroe has been with AMCS since 2016. Matt has extensive experience in route optimisation, as well as operational procedures and processes. Matt has held positions as the head of development and operations with large-scale distribution and transportation companies previously. Matt holds a master's degree in Psychology and a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Syracuse University.