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Introduction to Administering Recurrent Security Training

Posted by Vicki Tran on Monday, January 15, 2018 at 2:00 PM

A new year means another year of security training. The thought of recurrent training usually re-enters the minds of training managers and administrators at this time of year. Sometimes seen as an overwhelming process, the anticipation of rolling out another year of security training to personnel can be stressful.

It’s not always easy to coordinate but if you know the basics and have the right tools, it can be much easier than anticipated. And when the time comes, you’ll be able to handle a compliance audit like a pro. First, let’s get down to discussing the basics of recurrent security training.

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Topics: Audit Preparation & Compliance, Security Training, Aviation Security, Training & Development, Cargo Security

5 Need To Knows When Overseeing a Compliance Training Program

Posted by Vicki Tran on Thursday, July 14, 2016 at 12:00 PM

For those overseeing security training compliance of employees, there are a few things you must know at any given time. Don’t be caught off guard when an auditor inspects your facility and training records.

Make sure you understand these five key pieces of information related to your compliance training program. It will prepare you when a compliance audit is conducted.

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Topics: Audit Preparation & Compliance, Aviation Security, Cargo Security

6 Success-Boosting Tips for Aviation & Cargo Security Training Audits

Posted by Vicki Tran on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 3:00 PM

A lot of companies out there are regulated by government entities that conduct random audits of screening procedures and training records. These unannounced audits cause a great deal of stress on supervisors and managers involved in gathering last minute reports with hopes it’s enough to satisfy auditors and receive a passing grade.

Truth be told, there’s no way of knowing what elements auditors will inspect when they arrive, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be proactive to boost likelihood of success during an inspection. These training and administration best practices can apply to many aviation and cargo security training programs including:

  • TSA Certified Cargo Screening Program (CCSP)
  • TSA Aircraft Operator Standard Security Program (AOSSP)
  • TSA Indirect Air Carrier Standard Security Program (IACSSP)
  • TSA Full All-Cargo Aircraft Operator Standard Security Program (FACAOSSP)
  • TSA Model Security Program (MSP)
  • EU Air Cargo or Mail Carrier operating into the Union from a Third Country Airport (ACC3)
  • EU Commission Regulation No. 185/2010
  • UK Regulated Agent Air Cargo Security Training Programme
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Topics: Audit Preparation & Compliance, Aviation Security, Cargo Security