For Immediate Release
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 3, 2012 —Organizations today need to continually manage risks in supply chain operations and a webinar will spotlight how the ISO 28000 standard can help organizations assess supply chains for adequate security measures and regulatory compliance.
The free webinar is offered by ASQ — the world’s largest network of quality resources and experts.
This free recorded webinar is available with registration via Intro to ISO 28000 — Security of the Global Supply Chain. The topic will be of interest to small and large organizations in manufacturing, service, storage or transportation that are considering implementing, self-assessing or getting certified to an internationally recognized security management standard.
Presenter Capt. Inderjit Arora is president and CEO of QMII, a global management systems consulting, auditing and training firm. He has more than 32 years of experience in military, mercantile marine and civil management. Arora also is a lead instructor and consultant for the security of the global supply chain using ISO 28000, C-TPAT and ISPS Code.
During the webinar, Arora provides an overview of the ISO 28000 standard and explains how it is vital to global organizations, which requires the use of process-based risk-management systems to ensure supply chains are reliable and secure. He will discuss the structure, tangible benefits and application of ISO 28000 and answer key questions including:
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