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2019 C-TPAT Compliance for FDA-Regulated Industries. Are you ready for updated security criteria
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Aurora
Date: November 02, 2018 to November 02, 2018
Where: Aurora, 26468%20E%20Walker%20Dr%2C%20Aurora%2C%20Colorado%2080016, Aurora, Colorado, United States, 80016
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In this C-TPAT online training, you will learn about the way in which terrorist activities around the globe are supported through monies gained from counterfeit and contraband activity. You will learn about anti-terrorism regulations, and how to detect, prevent, and mitigate threats and risks associated with this type of activity in global supply chains.
We will provide an overview of the Customs and Trade Partnership against Terrorism:

  • C-TPAT program overview including "Tiered" strategy
  • C-TPAT program guidelines and highlights
  • C-TPAT compliance guidelines

We will also cover the major areas needed to build a successful framework that will support your compliance program:

  • Policies
  • Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Documentation
  • Training 


You should attend trade security regulations training if you have a role in a manufacturing or freight/shipping company that handles goods distributed globally. The training will help you secure the international supply chain and mitigate the risks associated with illegal activities that support and fund terrorism. The webinar covers air, sea, and land transportation.
Typically, anyone who is involved in securing the supply chain can benefit, whether handling goods physically or having an impact on the supply chain through policies, procedures, legal action or any other means. In particular, those in industries where contraband and counterfeit are common occurrences should attend to learn how to thwart these activities and protect their supply chains.
This security regulations training will also help those in the CBP and related agencies who must understand the best practices suggested to aid in securing their global s