Roger Lee & Junus Kartara | 11 & 12 May 2020
These Facility Security Requirements (FSR) have been established by security professionals within the high-tech industry to address the nature by which high-tech products and materials are handled, warehoused and transported as they move throughout the world. The FSR specifies the minimum acceptable security standards for assets travelling throughout the supply chain and the methods to be used in maintaining those standards.
In addition, the FSR outlines the processes and specifications for Suppliers to attain TAPA certification for their facilities and transit operations. It is the intention of TAPA members to select Suppliers which meet or exceed TAPA certification requirements. Successful implementation of the FSR is dependent upon Suppliers, TAPA Certified Auditors and Buyer working in concert to accurately interpret, adopt and audit against these requirements.
For more information about FSR, please click here.
- 0:00:41 – What is Facility Security Requirement (FSR) and the purpose of the Standard?
- 0:01:44 – Countermeasures and risks across varying types of logistic service provider - 3 levels of FSR certification.
- 0:04:23 – CCTV security requirements
- 0:08:00 – Lighting requirements in external warehouse
- 0:06:46 – Procedures for unauthorized vehicles with instructions to relevant members of workforce, including guards
Scope of the Webinar Training
- Ensures safe and secure in-transit storage and warehousing of any TAPA members’ assets throughout the world
- Specifies the minimum acceptable standards for security throughout the supply chain and the methods to be used in maintaining those standards
- Outlines the process and specification for suppliers to attain TAPA certification for their facilities and transit operations
About the Trainer
Trainer & Secretary for Asia Pacific at Transported Asset Protection Association, TAPA
Roger Lee is the Director of the Singapore Institute of Materials Management (SIMM) and an adjunct senior teaching fellow at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, for the Logistics and Supply Chain Programme. Roger managed a Singapore-based multinational electronics company in Silicon Valley in the 1990s and is heavily involved in technology transfer projects from USA to Singapore in the high-tech industry. Roger possesses a MBA from the University of Strathclyde (UK), and a Bachelor of Sc. degree from University of San Francisco.