Global Supply Chain Security
Supply chain security refers to efforts to enhance the security of the supply chain, the transport and logistics system for the world’s cargo. It combines traditional practices of supply chain management with the security requirements driven by threats such as terrorism, piracy, and theft. Guaranteeing acceptable conditions in a global supply chain can be a complex challenge. As part of their efforts to demonstrate ethical practices, many large companies and global brands are integrating codes of conduct and guidelines into their corporate cultures and management systems. Through these, corporations are making demands on their suppliers (facilities, farms, subcontracted services such as cleaning, canteen, security etc.) and verifying, through social audits, that they are complying with the required standard.
- Risk and rewards of global security participation
- The role of the World Trade Organization and US regulation
- Key global security programs
- Organizational preparedness
- Domestic and foreign site validation n Security practices and compliance n Importance of senior management endorsement
- Best practices for program certification
|Course Title||Dates||Where to Register|
|Global Supply Chain Security||March 17, 2017||Register Here|
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