ATA releases cargosecurity guidebook

The American Trucking Associations (ATA) has released the ATA Certified Cargo Security Professional Resource Guidebook that provides a detailed synopsis of motor carrier security from pick up to delivery.

Developed by the Security Council of American Trucking Associations, the 186-page guidebook helps readers evaluate and manage risk and trucking security, whether physical security en route and at a facility, personnel, or information and computer security. It covers investigations in the logistics environment, emergency disaster management, federal security regulations for hazardous materials transportation, cross-border security, intermodal security, and food security.

In addition, the guidebook is the study resource for the CCSP Certification examination administered through ATA and recognized by the North American Transportation Management Institute. The CCSP Certification is a specialty credential that denotes a level of knowledge and skill in the design, implementation and administration of security protection in the cargo/transportation industry.

For more information, see atabusinesssolutions.com.

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