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How to Conduct a CTPAT 5-Step Risk Assessment

How to Conduct a CTPAT 5-Step Risk Assessment

See Transcription of the Video below in case you want to read and not watch!

If you are a member of the CTPAT program, you are probably familiar with the term “Five Step Risk Assessment.” What many participants are less familiar with is what that term means and what expectations accompany it. In the video above, Veroot Vice President, Joe Hurst, walks you through the basics of a risk assessment step-by-step.

To help you follow along – or even skip to the part most relevant to your business – the basic steps of the Five Step Risk Assessment are broken down, below:

STEP 1: FACILITY REVIEW & MANAGEMENT REVIEW

STEP 2: SECURITY QUESTIONNAIRES (Learn more about how to create, distribute, and document Security Questionnaires to meet Minimum Security Criteria here)

STEP 2: THREAT ASSESSMENT

STEP 4: ACTION PLAN

STEP 5: DOCUMENT THE PROCESS

We hope this video helps you better understand and execute your CTPAT 5-Step Risk Assessment. But if you still have some questions or simply lack the time to take on the process internally, Veroot is always here to help. To start the conversation, fill out a contact form by clicking below:

 

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