An Insight to Supply Chain Security Standard ISO 28000

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An
Insight

to
Supply Chain Security Standard

ISO
28000

by

MCPF (Penang),

ASIS (Malaysia Chapter)

& USM

Time:
8:30

am



1.00pm

Date:
Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Location: Dewan Pe
rsidangan Universiti (DPU), USM
, Penang


Program


8:
15

a
m

Registration

9:
00

am

Int
roductions



:
JM Ta
n



Organizing Chairman



Opening
Address

:
Y.
Bhg.

Dato' Syed Jaafar Syed Ali


Chairman, Malaysia

Crime Prevention Foundation (Penang)


9:
15

am

Session
I



Part 1

:
Benefits

of ISO 2800
0:2007









Speaker
:
Marcus Tan












Pinkerton Consulting

10:
30

am

Tea Break & Networking Session

11:
15

am

Session
I



Part 2

:
ISO

28000:2007 Case Studies

12:00 noon

S
ession
II



Part 1

:

Elements of an Effective Compliance Program




Session II



Part 2

:
ASIS &
ASIS Certification Program (CPP & PSP)







Speaker
:
Siti Subaidah Adil








ASIS
(
Malaysia Chapter
)

Chairman










Corporate Risks Consulting Sdn Bhd



1:00 pm

END OF SESSION









Target Audience




Supply Ch
ain Managers



Security Managers



Warehouse Managers



Logistics/Traffic/Shipping Managers



Security Service Providers



Transporters



Freight Forwarders



Air Cargo Operators



Maritime Cargo Operators



Shipping Agents



Customs Officials



Industrial/Commercial Zone Autho
rities



Related Government Agencies


This program
is also targeted for executives and
personnel who are responsible for the
development, implementation and/or maintenance

of their
supply chain management system
which is globally recognized.


Benefits of ISO

28000


What is ISO 28000?

ISO 28000:
2007


Specification for security management systems for the supply chain, offers a
framework for providing an effective security management system supported by 5
elements:

1.
e
stablish
es policies; 2. draws up the secur
ity plan; 3. implement controls;

4. continuous checks
and improvement; and 5.

reviews security for the entire organisation
.
ISO 28000 is
a

truly global
security management system for supply chain
personnel
involved in purchasing, manufacturing,
service, st
orage, transportation and/or sales processes
.

This program is also relevant for
government entities supporting the supply chain.




Why

ISO 28000?

Susceptibility or vulnerability

to potential security threats such as pilfer
age, product tampering,
warehouse

thefts, cargo hijacks, terrorism, etc.
?

Increasing

expectat
ions from your clients?


Most organisations are forced to implement one or more supply chain security related
requirement schemes…


ISO 28000 is the way to go!


Workshop Content

1. An Introduction

to International Supply Chain Security Standards

2. An Introduction to ISO 28000: 2007 Security Management System and implementation


Elements of an Effective Compliance Program


Gather a quick appreciation as
to
what constitutes practical strategies to f
oster a culture of
integrity and compliances
in increasing demands for business leaders, compliance and risk
management professionals to comply with the wide array of regulations that apply to their
global businesses. Understand better as to why it is cri
tical and how it can be achieved.


ASIS


An Overview


ASIS International

(ASIS) is the preeminent organization for security professionals, with
more

than 37,000 members worldwi
de.
Founded in 1955, ASIS is dedicated to increasing the
effectiveness and pro
ductivity of security professionals by developing educational programs
and materials that address broad security interests, such as the ASIS Annual Seminar and
Exhibits, as well

as specific security topics.
ASIS also advocates the role and value of the
se
curity management profession to business, the media, government entities, and the public.
By providing members and the security community with access to a full range of programs
and services, and by publishing the industry’s number one magazine


Security

Management


ASIS

leads the way for advanced and improved security performance.




Certified Protection Professional (CPP)


The Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation is awarded to experienced security
practitioners who have demonstrated in
-
dep
th knowledge and management skills
in eight key
areas of security.
Those who have earned the CPP are ASIS board
-
certified in security
management.

Established in 1977, the CPP is widely acknowledged as the highest recogni
tion
of security professionals.
T
he credential is given to individuals who have demonstrated
expertise in security management principles, concepts, technology and best practices.

The
designation provides independent confirmation of a practitioner's ability to assume leadership
responsibi
lities and address broad security concerns.



Physical Security Professional (PSP)


The Physical Security Professional (PSP) designation is a specialty certification awarded to
security practitioners who have demo
n
strated in
-
depth knowledge and experience
in threat
assessment and risk analysis; integrated physical security systems; and the appropriate
i
dentification, implementation,

and ongoing evaluation of security measures.

Those who have
earned the PSP are ASIS board
-
certified in physical security.

Th
e PSP credential allows
practitioners to demonstrate expertise in conducting physical security surveys to identify
vulnerabilities and performing cost analysis for the selection of integrated physical security
measu
res.
The PSP officially recognizes speci
aliz
ed knowledge in systems procurement, final
acceptance testing and

implementation procedures.