1 Seals Security & Best Practices Presented by Raymond Monzon Supply Chain Security Specialist Miami C-TPAT Field Office
2 What Will Be Covered Intro This presentation will cover: C-TPAT Criteria ISO Seals Seal Affixing Procedures Detecting Altered Seals Technology Terminologies
3 Seal Affixing Procedures Intro Container Trailer Container, Can, Reefer, etc. Trailer, Box, Ro-Ro, etc.
4 C-TPAT Criteria Container Security (Importer): Container integrity must be maintained to protect against the introduction of unauthorized material and/or persons. At point of stuffing, procedures must be in place to properly seal and maintain the integrity of the shipping containers. A high security seal must be affixed to all loaded containers bound for the U.S. All seals must meet or exceed the current ISO/PAS standards for high security seals. Criteria
5 C-TPAT Criteria Container Security (Highway Carrier): When transporting a container or trailer for a C-TPAT importer, a high security seal that meets or exceed the current PAS ISO standards for high security seals must be utilized. Criteria Trailer Seals (Highway Carrier): The sealing of trailers, to include continuous seal integrity, are crucial elements of a secure supply chain, and remains a critical part of a carrier s commitment to C-TPAT. A high security seal must be affixed to all loaded trailers bound for the U.S. All seals must meet or exceed the current PAS ISO standards for high security seals.
6 C-TPAT Criteria Trailer Seals (Highway Carrier): Clearly defined written procedures must stipulate how seals in the highway carrier s possession are to be controlled during transit. These written procedures should be briefed to all drivers and there should be a mechanism to ensure that these procedures are understood and are being followed: Verifying that the seal is intact, and if it exhibits evidence of tampering along the route. Properly documenting the original and second seal numbers. Verify that the seal number and location of the seal is the same as stated by the shipper on the shipping documents. If the seal is removed in-transit to the border, even by government officials, a second seal must be placed on the trailer, and the seal change must be documented. The driver must immediately notify the dispatcher that the seal was broken, by whom; and the number of the second seal that is placed on the trailer. The carrier must make immediate notification to the shipper, the customs broker and/or the importer of the placement of the second seal. Criteria
7 WHAT IS ISO/ PAS The International Standards Organization (ISO) permits it s technical committees to draft and vote on Publicly Available Specifications (PAS) as, in effect, a kind of interim International Standard. Criteria Published in 2003, the original ISO/ PAS was developed by a working group of users and manufacturers. It focused on the physical parameters of three levels of seal strength: indicative, security and high security. The strength of a seal is measured with tests based on impact, shear (cut), bend and tensile (pull) strength.
8 WHAT IS ISO/ PAS By 2006, it becomes increasingly clear that securityrelated practices by the seal manufacturer and distributors are as important as the physical strength of a seal. Criteria Whether through immature management practices or misuse, seal manufacturers and distributors could effectively compromise the security of a seal before it was shipped to their customers.
9 WHAT IS ISO/ PAS Published as ISO/ PAS 17712;2006, the working group produced a Normative annex for security-related management practices. Criteria The two most important features of the revision are: Seals must show a mark to indicate their grade H for high security, S for security and I for (tamper) indicative Only manufacturers certified as compliant with the normative annex may put grade marks on seals; so ISO compliant seals can only come from ISO compliant sources
10 So How Do We Know How can we tell the difference between those who comply with the ISO/ PAS standard for high security seals & those who don t? Criteria Under ISO/ PAS mandates in order to comply and even submit product for testing the manufacturer must be ISO 9000:2001 certified (Quality Management System) There are two positive ways of knowing if the supplier and their products conform to the requirements of ISO/PAS 17712: Ask for proof; request sight of conformance certificates relating to the product testing and the Normative annex The certificates for the product testing should originate from an ISO/IEC independent test house. The test house would be accredited by a third party. Only two in the U.S. ACT Laboratories, Inc. (Hillsdale, MI) Dayton T. Brown, Inc. (Bohemia, NY)
11 So How Do We Know ISO
12 So How Do We Know Ask companies to request the lab report not just the certificate. ISO
13 Seal Terminology Seals relevant to C-TPAT are considered Barrier Seals Barrier seals require tools to remove - usually wire cutters or bolt croppers One time use - cable seals and bolt seals fall into this category ISO Steel Bolt/ Rod Plastic Coating Cable Locking Body
14 H So How Do We Know Look for the H stamped on the seal: ISO Bottom of the locking body Top of the steel bolt or rod
15 C-TPAT Criteria Seal Affixing Process: Only designated, authorized employees must distribute and affix container seals for integrity purposes. The fewer people who have access to seal(s), the better! Criteria Unauthorized employees must never handle container seals!
16 Container/ Trailer Seals Seal Affixing Process: Seals should be affixed to the right door of the container/ trailer on the hasp that has the welded rivet. This practice will raise the level of security for the shipment. Affix Seal After the seal is affixed to the container, an authorized employee should make sure that the seal is secure by pulling down on it.
17 Container/ Trailer Seals Seal Affixing Process: Affix Seal NCET Training United States Custom s Service Slide #144 Seals should be affixed to the right door on the hasp that has the welded rivet
18 Container/ Trailer Seals Outside Doors: Affix Seal Detachable or loose bolts can allow access inside container
19 Container/ Trailer Seals Inside Doors: Affix Seal NCET Training United States Customs Service Slide #148 Non-manufacturer putty keeps bolts in place
20 Container/ Trailer Seals Outside Doors: Affix Seal Detachable or loose bolts can allow access inside container
21 Container/ Trailer Seals 1 2 Affix Seal 3 4
22 Container/ Trailer Seals Affix Seal
23 Container/ Trailer Seals Seal Affixing Process: Affix Seal Make sure seal is affixed properly; pull down on seal.
24 Container/ Trailer Seals Seal Affixing Process: Not placing a seal on the left door of the container can still leave your shipment vulnerable to attack. Left door can be opened on some containers without tampering the seal on the right door! Affix Seal
25 Conveyance Security Criteria Trailer Seals: Based on risk, a high security barrier bolt seal may be applied to the door handle and/or a cable seal must be applied to the two vertical bars on the trailer doors. Carrier Criteria
27 Conveyance Security Criteria Less-than Truck Load (LTL): LTL carriers must use a high security padlock or similarly appropriate locking device when picking up local freight in an international freight environment. LTL carriers must ensure strict controls to limit the access to keys or combinations that can open these padlocks. Carrier Criteria
28 Conveyance Security Criteria Less-than Truck Load (LTL): In the LTL and non-ltl environment, procedures should also exist for recognizing and reporting compromised seals and/or trailers to U.S. Customs and Border Protection or the appropriate foreign authority. Carrier Criteria
29 Procedures Policies and Procedures All containers and trailers arriving at your facility should have: Documentation verified Seal number verified and inspected for tampering
30 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: A seal inspection process should be implemented throughout the supply chain. The V.V.T.T. Seal Inspection Process is a good example of one: V View seal & container locking mechanisms. V Verify seal number for accuracy. T Tug on seal to make sure it is affixed properly. T Twist & Turn seal to make sure it does not unscrew. Procedures
31 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: View seal & container locking mechanisms. Excessive damage to the seal or locking mechanisms must be reported to a Supervisor before opening the container. View Seal
32 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: View seal & container locking mechanisms: One brand Different brand View Seal Different brands of seals attached together
33 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: View seal & container locking mechanisms. View Seal Look for loose bolt and hasp
34 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Verify seal number for accuracy. Compare with shipping documents, and look for alterations to the seal numbers. Verify Seal
35 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Verify seal number for accuracy. U.S. Custom s Service - Office of Field O perations Slide 48 Verify Seal Seal number manifested is correct. Wrong seal brand normally used by company.
36 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Verify seal number for accuracy. Verify Seal U.S. Custom s Service - Office of Field O perations Slide 47 Original number sanded off.
37 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Tug on seal to make sure it is affixed properly. Seals that come apart must be reported to a Supervisor before opening the container. Human error might cause this to happen, or the container might have contraband inside! Tug Seal
38 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Tug on seal to make sure it is affixed properly. Tug Seal U.S. Custom s Service - Office of Field O perations Slide 54 Seal stem is bent. Seal does not lock properly.
39 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Tug on seal to make sure it is affixed properly. Tug Seal U.S. Customs Service - Office of Slide 81 Glue inside locking mechanism. Seal does not lock properly.
40 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Twist & Turn seal to make sure it does not come off. Seals are threaded, so they can be unscrewed. These altered seals are reusable throughout the supply chain for multiple attacks! Twist Seal
41 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Twist & Turn seal to make sure it does not unscrew. Twist Seal U.S. Custom s Service - Office of Field O perations Slide 38 Twist counter-clockwise to unscrew.
42 Seal Inspection Seal Verification and Inspection Process: Twist & Turn seal to make sure it does not unscrew. Twist Seal U.S. Custom s Service - Office of Field O perations Slide 37 Multiple tampered seals.
43 Policies and Procedures Seal Verification and Inspection Process: After seal(s), container, tractor and trailer pass all inspections, the container/ trailer doors can be opened. Seals should be kept for investigative purposes. Verify
44 Policies and Procedures Inspection of Cargo: A cursory inspection of cargo should be conducted when container/ trailer doors are opened. If contraband is encountered, close container/ trailer doors and contact a Supervisor. The Supervisor will contact the proper authorities (CBP). Overages or shortages of cargo should be documented and recorded. These records may be needed to conduct future investigations. Verify
45 Policies and Procedures Inspection processes should be conducted at key points throughout the supply chain: Container Storage Depot Manufacturer Service Provider Carrier Third Party Warehouse Distribution Center Customer * The more locations these inspection processes are conducted, the higher level of security the shipment will have. Verify
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