RISK MANAGEMENT IN PORT OPERATIONS, LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY
|Author(s)||Khalid Bichou, Michael Bell|
|Publisher||Informa Law from Routledge|
|D O W N L O A D|
The terrorist attacks of 9/11 followed by subsequent events of same kind have eventually fostered further dimensions to the maritime, port and supply chain security; several important measures of voluntary and mandatory character have been implemented at all levels.
And, though there was so much of the attention paid to the mechanisms of compliance, little to no attempt was made to conduct the thorough analysis of the frameworks, applications and models of the relevant security regulations.
The present volume is based on the documents which were presented at a workshop devoted to the risk management is sea port operations and logistics in London - it offers a truly unique look into the complex sphere of supply chain and port security through the selection of the contributions from the recognized experts in this field.
Particularly, this volume addresses the ongoing professional and operational challenges faced by the port and supply chain operators in a worldwide scale. The authors have covered different security models as well as functional and operational subjects. The content and arrangement of the book are very well planned in order to encompass the components and nature of the global security system.
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