Security Training and Threat Awareness in the Supply Chain: Administrative Edition
This is an introductory level elearning course for corporate administrative
professionals. It's designed to provide administrative managers with knowledge of
supply chain security programs and assist them in identifying elements within their area
of responsibility to comply with government sponsored supply chain security programs.
Through best practice studies, students will be able to identify threats and prepare
responses. This BSI course is designed to meet the requirements of the U.S. Customs and
Border Protection's Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program
for U.S. importers and their international trade partners.
Introduction and Definitions
- International Supply Chain Security Programs
Why Supply Chain Security?
- Corporate Commitment
- Entities Eligible to Participate
- Return on Investment
- Risk Assessment
- 5 Step Risk Assessment
- SCREEN Risk Assessment
- Administrative Functions and the Minimum Security Criteria
- Customs/Trade Compliance
- Legal Counsel
- Corporate Security/Asset Protection
- Human Resources
- Information Technology Security
- Facilities Management
Who Should Attend
Key managers from the offices such as Human Resources, Procurement, Customs Compliance,
Information Technology Security, Facilities Management, Logistics, Corporate
Security/Asset Protection, etc.