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NEW TAPA STANDARDS ON COURSE FOR FEBRUARY 2017

Last month, the TAPA World Wide Change Control Board (WWCCB) met in Europe to complete their review of change requests submitted by the Association’s global members for the 2017 versions of TAPA’s Security Standards.

This was the culmination of four months of web meetings and conference calls to discuss the 171 change requests from members to the TAPA Facility Security Requirements (FSR) and Trucking Security Requirements (TSR). In each case, any changes had to meet the criteria previously set for the next version of the Standards, which will come into force on 1 February 2017:

  • Changes must mitigate new or emerging criminal threats, which should be supported by data analysis
  • Changes must be cost neutral or...
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