Prevent theft, transportation crime and loss of goods in your supply chain with Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) certification from SGS.
Businesses that store and/or transport high-value goods, such as electronics, automotive, pharmaceuticals, clothing and state-of-the-art equipment, must implement robust measures to protect these items and the employees involved from various dangers, including theft and assault.
TAPA uniquely unites global manufacturers, logistics providers, freight carriers, law enforcement agencies and other stakeholders to establish leading security standards for the supply chain. The aim is to minimize transport crime, cargo theft and the loss of goods.
A key link in your supply chain management, TAPA certification will demonstrate your commitment to improving security and meeting customer requirements.
TAPA audits from an accredited audit company
We currently offer:
- Facility Security Requirements (FSR) – certifiable globally
- Trucking Security Requirements (TSR) – certifiable globally
- Parking Security Requirements (PSR) – certifiable in EMEA only
- Guarding Security Requirements (GSR) – certifiable in APAC only
Benefits of TAPA certification
As a result of TAPA auditing from us, certification can lead to:
- Greater processes and security
- More skillful personnel
- Better customer relationships
- A profitable and competitive advantage
Why choose a TAPA audit from SGS?
As the world's leading testing, inspection and certification company, we provide in-depth expertise concerning TAPA requirements. With years of experience as an approved TAPA assessor worldwide, we are perfectly positioned to support your various TAPA needs.
Our services audit elements across your business, including:
- Access control
- Employee checks
- Perimeter security
- Intruder security devices
- Monitoring systems
- High-value storage areas
- Transit delays
The process will also look for any areas of concern in your warehouses, distribution centers and consolidation facilities, as well as help you to specify minimum security measures for drivers.