Safety & Security Compliance Training

The following courses will be presented at MAILCOM Las Vegas:


SESSION SS126:

Top 10 Ways to Enhance Your Mail Security Program

The need for a formal mail screening program continues to be at the forefront of corporate concerns – regardless of the industry. The mailroom is an area of vulnerability for every organization. Through the use of proven, new, and creative techniques and products your mailroom security can be elevated without breaking the bank. Join us to learn how!

 


SESSION SS133:

Security Training Compliance for Government Mailers & Shippers

This session will provide an overview of current safety and security training requirements for federal and commercial mailrooms. This is a facilitated discussion on general training requirements as outlined in 41 CFR and Best Practices along with more advanced training options you may want to consider, and the various methods your mailroom can used to fulfill those needs.

 


SESSION SS245:

X-Ray Image Identification of Military and Commercial Blasting Caps

Utilizing the PIES methodology for identifying improvised explosive devices, it is important to understand the design and function of the blasting cap (aka the initiator). This class will discuss commercial and military blasting caps as well as their unique image characteristics when examined in an x-ray system. This will aid the screener in identifying IED threats delivered by mail.

 


SESSION SS259:

Who Protects Your Mail?

In this session you learn about security issues and how to respond. These include risks associated with your mailing operation such as internal theft, protecting sensitive data and identifying dangerous mail. Join US Postal Inspectors as they share proven response plans for mail bombs, hazardous materials and biological attacks.

 


SESSION SS261:

Cyberattacks and How to Defend Against Them

Cyberattacks are serious threats to any business, organization or individual, no matter who or what size. These attacks are increasing significantly across all platforms. They can be more than disruptive, they can be very costly and, in some cases, disastrous. If you think they are going to pass you by, think again. However, there is hope from the ravages of ransomeware and identity theft. We will present the various types of attacks, how they work, your best defense and the measures you can take to survive them. We can tell you what your employees need to know to keep the doors closed when the bad guys come knocking and your best DR/BR strategy. No matter how safe you think you are, you need to know the best way to protect your critical data and that of your customers and how to be constantly vigilant toward online threats.

 


SESSION SS270:

Developing Realistic Measures to Counter the Changing Scope of Mail Borne Threats

As threats transition from one form to another, mail centers must be prepared to assess how those changes will impact their facilities and there screening methods. The session will discuss changing threat scenarios and the various methods available to counter those threats.

 


SESSION SS388:

Mail & Package Screening Solutions At State of Colorado

Finding the perfect solution that meets your customers and your needs! In today’s world, one of the vulnerabilities of government mail is that it can be used as a way to create a malicious attack on a government official or department. In this workshop you will hear how the State of Colorado developed their screening program to keep the intended recipient out of harms way from powders, chemicals, incendiary devices, bombs, or any other malicious materials.

 


SESSION SS414:

X-Ray Screening Options: What’s Out There

Understand the fundamentals and motivations of bombing incidents, safety concerns and how these factors relate to mailroom screening and security. Properly utilize an installed X-Ray to recognize, identify and isolate the characteristics, components and compositions of mail bombs and other hazardous shipments in a mailroom environment. Be proactive and demonstrate a high level of proficiency in the safe containment, handling and avoidance of hazardous situations before they occur.