F-3, Sector-6, Noida-201301 (Delhi NCR).
+91 (120) 4516264-65
United House, 28 Poole Hill,
Bournemouth BH2 5PS
tel.: +00 44 1202 552 153
Post September 2001 event, Customs and Border Protection works with businesses to strengthen and improve the international supply chain and U. S. Border Security through the mechanism of Customs Trade Partnership against Terrorism (CTPAT). URS is able to conduct security audits of facilities within supply chain following CTPAT protocols and set a benchmark which enables them to improve their security systems.
A strict and high level of cargo security is required within the international supply chain such as importers, carriers, and manufacturers. The US Security and Accountability of Port Act provided a statutory security framework for the CTPAT program and has imposed strict program of oversight requirements. CBP requires to protect supply chain, identify security gaps, and implement specific security measures and best practices.
An independent assessment by URS is carried out to verify security protocols, identify gaps and provide an opportunity to the facilities to improve security practices.
CTPAT program requires to establish security policies and practices following C-TPAT Audit security criteria such as:
• Physical Access Controls and Security
• Container and Merchandise Security
• Personnel Security
• Security Training & Threat Awareness
• Information Technology Security
• Shipping Dock Security
• Key and Seal Controls
• Security Processes