A risk-based, supply chain approach to security strikes the right balance between ensuring the flow of global trade and securing air cargo.
Over the last 25 years, acts of terror targeted toward commercial aircraft have caused a wholesale change in both passenger and cargo screening requirements. The Lockerbie incident in 1988 resulted in the UK development of the principle of supply chain security – the application of security controls all along the supply chain and the validation of each actor of the supply chain. 9/11 reinforced awareness of the vulnerability of the aviation industry and led the U.S. to establish requirements for 100% screening of cargo on passenger aircraft. The 2010 Yemen incident brought more focus on in-bound cargo/extraterritorial measures and highlighted the importance of cargo data – cooperation between customs and aviation security authorities. While the revised regulations have improved security, they have resulted in a patchwork of differing and often redundant requirements. This in turn has impacted the industry with greatly increased cost and sometimes limited ability to respond to new requirements.


The learner should be able to

  • Understand what safety and security means in cargo transportation & supply chain operations
  • Be aware of the security programs that have been established in different countries
  • Acquire typical technologies and applications along supply chains’ links and nodes


  • Overview of Safety and Security
  • International, National and Industrial security
  • Supply Chain Security
  • Supply Chain Security Programmes
  • Supply Chain Security Technologies
  • Cargo conveyance Security
  • Warehouse security
  • Emergency  management and Contingency


  • Airline acceptance staff, shippers and freight forwarders responsible for the safe transport of dangerous goods
  • Cargo instructors and instructional designers responsible for dangerous goods training
  • Ground handling and load control staff involved in the cargo chain
  • Regulatory compliance specialists
  • Operations and station managers


Course duration: 2,5 days;

Course Fees: 2,500,000VND/participant. The fees are included Training Materials, Certificate, Teabreak, VAT invoice

Venue: 11th floor, 39B Truong Son Street, Tan Binh Dist, HCM City

Địa chỉ: Lầu 11 Tòa nhà Hải Âu, 39B Trường Sơn, P.4, Q.Tân Bình, HCM
Tel: (+84) 8 6297 3982

Liên hệ:  Ms. Nguyet Huynh 
Email:   HP: 0906197962

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