Jeffrey Moller

Synopsis of Presentation

• RR Safety – Current Performance (with an emphasis on mechanical related risks) and some historical data.
• RR Economic Performance – leading up to Staggers and where we are today (Penn Central bankruptcy, SOU’s Big John case – oil and coal today.
• Working Alone – Discussion about some emerging technologies and practices for engineering employees and RCO.s

About Jeffrey Moller

2010 – Present , Assistant VP Transportation Systems & Practices, Association of American Railroads, Washington, D.C.
Originates and facilitates industry activities designed to increase the safety, security and efficiency of railroad operations. Holds Current US Government Clearance of Secret.
Partial list of current / past responsibilities:
– Rail Safety Advisory Committee and Affiliated Working Groups / Task Forces
– Customs Operations Advisory Committee – Marine Transportation Security Act Subgroup
– Presenting testimony before the US House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials (February 2008, New Orleans)
– Industry Activities
o AAR Grade Crossing and Trespass Prevention Committee
o AAR Medical Committees
o AAR Safety, Operating Rules, Committee; Derailment Prevention Information Exchange Forum
o Railroad Operations Security Task Force / Railway Alert Network
o New Orleans Gateway Terminal Committee
o Member UIC Rail System Forum Steering Board
o Chairman 2008 International Railway Safety Conference
2002 – 2009 Executive Director Operations, Association of American railroads, Washington, D.C.
1992 – 2002 Director Casualty Prevention, Association of American Railroads, Washington, D.C.
1989 – 2002 General Manager, The Grand Island Company, Ryde, CA
1987 – 1989 Trainmaster, Consolidated Rail Corporation, Indianapolis, IN
1982 – 1985 Account Executive, SP Transportation Co., Wilmington, DE / Philadelphia, PA
1981 – 1982 Power Supervisor /Information Officer, S P Transportation Co., San Francisco, CA
1979 – 1981 Train Dispatcher, Assistant Chief Dispatcher, S P Transportation Co., Los Angeles, CA
1973 – 1974 Engineering Employee, Union Pacific Railroad, Los Angeles, CA