Discover the best way to get started with ISO 28000 Supply Chain Management implementation and find out why this standard can contribute to any type of business, whether big or small.
ISO 28000 will help you constantly monitor and manage your organization’s supply chain security. This standard is a significant tool for enhancing the security chain and processes that will enhance the quality of your customer relationship.
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How to implement ISO 28000?
When implementing this standard, the predicted probability of an event, as well as any possible consequences that the event may cause, shall be taken into account. Among other things, these consequences must include:
– Physical security (Location and building security, Physical integrity and layout, Perimeter security, Access control procedures and ID cards, Security technology, Secure storage, Asset management, Staff security activities);
– Employee safety (Employee safety, Employee integrity and pre-employment checks, Employee education and training, Security awareness, Physical and IT access control procedures);
– Information Security (Information Security Procedures, Access Procedures, Data Security, Data Delivery Procedures, Data Exchange with Customs, Compliance with Regulatory and Industry Standards);
– Security of goods and transport (Security procedures for managing and controlling access, Supervision of goods loading and unloading operations, Goods integrity procedures, Alarm and incident reporting procedures, Use of information from intelligence circuits);
– Closed/secure transport units (Seal integrity procedures, Cargo loading and proper cargo distribution, Bribing detection, Documentation of all transactions, Inspection control, Handover, Quantity discrepancy procedures, Cargo transport unit integrity procedures).