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					                                                   John W. Moore, CFS/D, CDS
                                COMMERCIAL VEHICLE SAFETY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
                                         CERTIFIED DIRECTOR OF SAFETY




CURRENT EMPLOYMENT

Ruhl Forensic, Inc., April, 2005 – Present

Experienced motor carrier safety executive with unique bottom-up training and experience on
both the safety and operational sides of a trucking company. These include OTR (dry van and
refrigerated), flat bed, aggregate (end and belly dump), dry bulk, liquid tanker, oil field and
industrial operations. Familiar with both the general operating software used by major motor
carriers and also the operations of small companies. Hands-on experience includes commercial
driving, driver training, recruitment, monitoring and control of drivers; FMCSR compliance and
compliance reviews; and motor carrier management policies and procedures. Provides
consulting in the following areas:

                 Truck company management policies and procedures
                 Safety management, compliance and loss prevention
                 Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration compliance reviews
                 OSHA regulations in oil field applications (forklift operation, confined spaces,
                   personal protection equipment, lock-out tag-out and fall restraint)
                 Consultant on truck driver training, qualification and retention


PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT

         27 years of experience in various aspects of the trucking industry. Experienced in driving
         cabover and conventional tractors pulling vans (48’, 53’ and 57’), double drop furniture
         vans, and flatbeds (40’, 42’, 45’, 48’, 50’) including fixed axle, sliding axle, split axle, 50’-
         60’ stretch, drop decks, pole trailers and lowboys. Also pulled pneumatic and liquid
         tankers. Drove approximately 475,000 miles professionally. Currently holds a valid CDL
         with combinations, double/triple trailers and tanker endorsements.

         Willis Shaw Express, April 2003 – April 2005
                 Vice President, Safety
                        Supervised trainers and all safety services personnel for 900 drivers at 4
                        terminals.
                        Defined and implemented all loss prevention, loss control and compliance
                        processes and policies.
                        Facilitated safety/compliance issues with operations department, terminal
                        managers, contractors, and employee drivers.
                        Facilitated and supervised human resource issues.
                        Managed the fuel purchase and conservation programs.
                        Involved in handling litigated claims.



Ruhl Forensic, Inc.                          www.ruhl.com                                jwmoore@ruhl.com
15876 North 76th Street                                                                       (800) 235-2808
Scottsdale, AZ 85260                                                                      (480) 607-9980 Fax
JOHN W. MOORE, CFS/D, CDS

      Midwest Coastal Transport, September 2003 – March 2004
            Vice President
                   Supervised trainers and all safety services personnel for 1000 owner-
                   operators
                   Defined and implemented all loss prevention, loss control and compliance
                   processes and policies.
                   Facilitated safety/compliance issues with operations department, terminal
                   managers, contractors, and employee drivers.
                   Facilitated and supervised human resource issues.
                   Managed the fuel purchase and conservation programs.
                   Involved in handling litigated claims.

      TIC United Corp, Transportation Group, December 2001- February 2003
            Vice President, Safety and Compliance
                    Supervised trainers and all safety services personnel for 1300 drivers at
                    40 terminals for 5 motor carriers.
                    Defined and implemented all loss prevention, loss control and compliance
                    processes and policies.
                    Facilitated safety/compliance issues with operations department, terminal
                    managers, contractors, and employee drivers.
                    Facilitated and supervised human resource issues.
                    Involved in handling litigated claims.

      TIC United Corp, Transportation Group, July 1997 – December 2001
            Director of Safety and Compliance
                    Supervised trainers and all safety services personnel for 1300 drivers at
                    40 terminals for 5 motor carriers.
                    Defined and implemented all loss prevention, loss control and compliance
                    processes and policies.
                    Facilitated safety/compliance issues with operations department, terminal
                    managers, contractors, and employee drivers.
                    Facilitated and supervised human resource issues.
                    Involved in handling litigated claims.

      Fleetline, Inc., April 1994 – July 1997
              Senior Safety Services Manager
                       Supervised trainers and all safety services personnel for 1100 drivers
                       (900 Fleetline drivers, 120 Allpoints, and 80 Dart Intermodal drivers).
                       Responsible for defining and implementing all loss prevention, loss
                       control and compliance processes and policies.
                       Facilitated safety/compliance issues with the Operations Department and
                       contractors.

      Fleetline, Inc., February 1990 – April 1994
              Safety Services Manager
                       Supervised trainers and all safety services personnel for 1100 drivers
                       (900 Fleetline drivers, 120 Allpoints, and 80 Dart Intermodal drivers).
                       Responsible for defining and implementing all loss prevention, loss
                       control and compliance processes and policies.


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                      Facilitated safety/compliance issues with the operations department and
                      contractors.

      Fleetline, Inc., September 1988 – February 1990
              Service Center Manager
                       Direct supervision of two settlement personnel and up to 38 local
                       contractors. Worked with logistics, dispatch, delivery scheduling and
                       billing.

      Richardson Steel Yards, March 1988 – September 1988
             Operations Manager
                    Supervised off-loading of steel plate, coils and wire from ships.

              Supervised transport of steel items to storage.
                     Coordinated transport of steel items from storage to ultimate destination
                     via rail and tractor-trailer.

      Allpoints Distribution , October 1987 – February 1988
              Operations / Fleet Manager
                      Responsibilities included procuring loads, coordinating loads with the
                      driver and following the load through to delivery.

      Frank Brothers Trucking, 1984 - 1986
             OTR Driver
                    Operated COE and conventional tractors pulling flat bed trailers in
                    southern, midwest and eastern states. Trailers ranged from 42’ to 55’
                    and pole trailers that extended to over 70’ long. Commodities ranged
                    from flat and coiled steel to pipe (drill stem, line pipe, tubing, plastic in all
                    sizes and concrete-asbestos storm drainage) to plywood and lumber.
                    Operated approximately 215,000 miles during this time period.

      BM&S Trucking , 1982 – 1984
              Family Business, driver and manager
                     Direct discharge from the Port of Houston to surrounding area. Handled
                     all types of steel, cable, pipe, and tubing products on flatbeds and
                     flatbeds with pipe racks. Operated approximately 150,000 miles during
                     this time period.

      Brown and Root , 1980 - 1982
              Petro-Chemical Maintenance
                     Pipe fitter, rigger, and boiler maker.

      I-Deal Sales – 1978 - 1980
             Furniture wholesale and retail operations
                     Family business that operated three retail stores and two wholesale
                     operations. Operated a 1976 Kenworth single axle tractor pulling a 45’
                     Dorsey furniture van. Handled our own product between Mississippi and
                     Texas. Also handled loads from Mississippi to the midwest and northeast
                     for manufacturers. Operated approximately 110,000 miles.


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PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS

      Certified in Fleet Safety, Director level
      By: Texas Motor Transport Association (TMTA), TMTA’s Safety Management Council,
      Texas A&M University

      Certified Director of Safety
      By: North American Transportation Management Institute in partnership with Center for
      Integrated Transportation Safety and Security at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

      Arizona Pilot / Escort Certification
      By: Arizona Trucking Association

      Private Investigator, State of Texas

      Qualified Manager of Ruhl Forensic, Inc. as a Duly Licensed Investigation Company in
      the State of Texas, #A14525

      Valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with the following endorsements:
      combinations, double/triple trailers, tankers, hazardous materials (HazMat)

      Certified Instructor for Texas Engineering Extension Services, Texas A&M University


EDUCATION

      Cedar Valley College, 1991-1993
            Associate Degree in Management


ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONALLY RELATED TRAINING

      12/09          CSA 2010 Training Sessions, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

      11/09          CSA 2010 Overview, Arizona Trucking Association, Phoenix, AZ

      10/09          Flatbed Cargo Securement, J.J. Keller

      04/09          Ethics and TX Rules and Regulations, Classen-Buck Seminars, TX

      04/09          Identity Theft, Classen-Buck Seminars, TX

      01/09          2009 Regulatory Roundup Workshop, Arizona Trucking Association,
                     Phoenix, AZ

      11/08          Design and Operation of Work Zone Traffic Control Seminar, presented
                     by a National Highway Institute certified instructor, Champaign, IL

      05/08          Managing Motor Fleet Safety Programs, North American Transportation
                     Management Institute (NATMI), Camp Hill, PA


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      05/08         Motor Fleet Safety Basics, North American Transportation Management
                    Institute (NATMI), Camp Hill, PA

      05/08         Air Brakes and Air Brake Systems Seminar, Bendix, Phoenix, AZ

      07/06         Train the Trainer, North American Transportation Management Institute
                    (NATMI), Denver, CO

      10/05         U.S. Department of Transportation Motor Carrier Safety Compliance
                    Course, Transportation Safety Institute, Oklahoma City, OK, 40 hours

      12/02         Leadership Development, Texas Motor Transportation Association, Austin

      11/01         Homeland Defense, panel on protecting municipal water supplies

      09/01         Dealing with owner operator issues

      07/00         Driver retention, DOT updates

       07/99        Haz-whopper refresher

      04/99         Power in Presentation

      09/99         Driver retention

      04/97         Instructor development, TEEX, Texas A&M

      02/97         Contractor retention techniques

      11/96         MTQ review

       05/92        Motor Fleet Supervisor Workshop in Accident Investigation, Texas Motor
                    Transportation Association

       05/91        Safety Supervision of Motor Fleet


PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

      Moore, John W., “Trucking Company Documents: Record Keeping in the Digital Age”,
      presented at the National Interstate Trucking Super Seminar sponsored by the
      Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America and the National Trial
      Lawyers, St. Louis, MO, September 15-17, 2011

      Moore, John W., “Understanding the Players, Relationships and How Trucking
      Companies, Brokers and Logistics Companies Work”, “Driver Training in Nighttime

      Collision Cases”, and Panel Discussion Participant, 360 Advocacy’s Trucking Litigation
      Exposed Seminar, New Orleans, LA, June 12-14, 2011


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      Moore, John W., “Litigation Defense: The True Role of Safety” and “Controlling the
      Accident Scene” presented to the Arizona Trucking Association, Tolleson, AZ,
      April 26, 2011

      Moore, John W., “Trucking Company Documents: Record Keeping in the Digital Age”
      presented at the MN AAJ Seminar: Successfully Handling and Litigating the Commercial
      Truck Case, November 5, 2010

      Moore, John W., “Improving Driver Behavior and Performance”, Panel Member, Safety
      and Maintenance Council Meeting, Arizona Trucking Association, Tolleson, AZ, March
      10, 2010

      Moore, John W., “Trucking Company Operations – Order Intake to Crash – Inside the
      Company” presented at the Litigating Truck Collision Cases, American Association for
      Justice, Feb. 26, 2010

      Moore, John W., “Trucking Company Documents: Record Keeping in the Digital Age”
      presented at the Trial Advocacy College: Litigating Truck Collision Cases, American
      Association for Justice, October 10, 2009

      Moore, John W., “Top 5 Tips on Safety Issues Facing Trucking Companies”, presented
      at the Common Carrier seminar, State Bar of Georgia, March 20, 2009

      Moore, John W., “Trucking Company Documents: Record Keeping in the Digital Age”,
      presented at Trucking Litigation Seminar, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Oct. 5,
      2007

      Moore, John W., “Federal / State Regulations: the Focus of Litigation”, presented at Why
      Commercial Motor Vehicle Cases are Different: Nuts and Bolts of Handling a Trucking
      Case, Minnesota Association for Justice, May 11, 2007

      Moore, John W., “Onboard Electronics – Global Positioning Systems, Engine Control
      Modules and Safety Systems and Devices”, presented at Litigating Truck Cases – from
      Discovery to Trial, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, October 20, 2006

      Moore, John W., “Records Retention”, “Monitoring, Controlling, Supervising, Auditing,
      and Dispatching”, and “Discovery Documents Generated During the Course of a CMV
      Trip”, published in Truck Accident Litigation, Second Edition, American Bar Association,
      2006

      Roland A. Ruhl and John W. Moore, “Visibility and Conspicuity”, published in Truck
      Accident Litigation, Second Edition, American Bar Association, 2006

      Moore, John W., “Operations, Heart and Soul of Loss Prevention and Compliance”,
      Arizona Trucking Association Workshop, Phoenix, AZ, November 17, 2005


      Moore, John W., “Securing the Accident Scene”, Arizona Trucking Association
      Workshop, Phoenix, AZ, November 17, 2005


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      Moore, John W., “Company Policy: The Focus of Litigation”, Arizona Trucking
      Association Workshop, Phoenix, AZ, November 17, 2005

      Ruhl, Roland L., Moore, John W. and Southcombe, Ericka J., “Onboard Electronics –
      Global Positioning Systems, Engine Control Modules and Safety Systems and Devices”,
      presented at Association of Trial Lawyers of America Annual Convention, Toronto, ON,
      Canada, July 23, 2005


PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

      American Trucking Associations’ Safety Management Council (former)
             Regulations Committee - 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2004, 2005
             Programs Committee - 1996
             Task Force working with DOT on new regulations - 1996, 1997, 1998
      Arkansas Trucking Association, Safety Management Council (former member)
      Arizona Trucking Association (firm membership)
      Dallas-Ft. Worth Council Of Safety Professionals (former member)
             Chairman – 1996
             Executive Committee Member - 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997
      Houston Council Of Safety Professionals (former member)
      National Safety Council (firm membership)
      North American Transportation Management Institute
      Phi Theta Kappa Society
      Texas Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists (former member)
      Texas Council Of Safety Professionals (former member)
      Texas Motor Transportation Association, Safety Management Council (former member)
             Safety and Insurance Committee
             Executive Committee
             Driving Championship Committee
             Certification Committee (4 years)
      Truckload Carriers Association Safety Council (former)
      Texas Safety Association (former)


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

      Peer reviewer of “Trucking: Tractor-Trailer Driver Handbook / Workbook 3rd Edition”


PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

      Chairman of Dallas/Fort Worth Council of Safety Professionals, 1996

      ITCC Fleet Safety Award, Division 5, 1st place 1996

      Genesis Insurance, President’s Award 1993,1994,1995
      (one of only two companies to receive the award in 3 consecutive years)

      Phi Theta Kappa, DCCCD

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      Certificate of Appreciation from the Regional Director of the Office of Motor Carriers,
      Federal Highway Administration for assisting with training of Mexico Motor Carriers on

      US, DOT Regulations

      Facilitated 15 DOT Compliance Reviews, all satisfactory. Instrumental in getting three
      motor carriers off conditional status, two without an audit.


COMMUNITY SERVICE

      Leadership award from the Arizona Disaster Relief organization for assisting them with
      training, work flow and implementation of streamlined management processes and
      procedures.




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