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IRU Road Goods Transport Security Guidelines

IRU Road Goods Transport Security Guidelines

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The IRU Road Transport Security Guidelines are a set of detailed recommendations for Managers of road transport companies, Drivers, Shippers/Consignors and Companies transporting Dangerous Goods by Road on improving security in day-to-day operations. They contain a wealth of practical tips to strengthen security against terrorist and other criminal threats. They also provide a Framework for Voluntary Agreements with Customs Authorities, developed in conjunction with the World Customs Organisation (WCO).

The IRU Road Transport Security Guidelines are a set of detailed recommendations for Managers of road transport companies, Drivers, Shippers/Consignors and Companies transporting Dangerous Goods by Road on improving security in day-to-day operations. They contain a wealth of practical tips to strengthen security against terrorist and other criminal threats. They also provide a Framework for Voluntary Agreements with Customs Authorities, developed in conjunction with the World Customs Organisation (WCO).

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Published by: International Road Transport Union (IRU) on Jan 22, 2013
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These Security Guidelines contain recommended best practices, measures and procedures that
managers ofroad haulage companiesmay use to enhance conventional and terrorism-related
security in their companies.

The objective is to raise security awareness and assist road transport operators in implementing
preventive measures to minimise risk oftheft or misuse ofgoods or vehicles for terrorist purposes.

Road transport operators and in particular those:

-transporting high consequence dangerous goods, chemicals, drugs, foodstuffs, cars and
other goods that, because oftheir nature or value, may be particularly exposed to terrorist or
criminal threat,
-involved in operations in security-sensitive environments
-driving on vulnerable routes
-driving to or from security-sensitive places
-dealing with high-profile companies that may be particularly exposed to security-related

threats

are invited to make use ofthe appropriate part(s) ofrecommendations below, according to the
size ofthe company, its risk exposure and its place in the supply chain.

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