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Customs Focused Assessment Audit…What is it? How do I Avoid it?

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Deadline: April 25, 2017 | Date: April 25, 2017

Venue/Country: Online

Updated: 2017-03-09 22:24:46 (GMT+9)

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Webinar deals with a very serious Import Compliance topic, Customs Focused Assessment Audits. The attendee will be educated on what a Focused Assessment is, how they are assigned, costs involved and how to avoid one.

Why Should You Attend

If you are an individual or a company that imports into the United States, it is vital that you become aware of the serious consequences of non-compliance. In some cases, companies have gone out of business due to the fines and penalties assigned by US Customs.

The size of your organization relates to the seriousness of having to deal with a Focused Assessment audit. The smaller the company the greater the impact an audit will have on its survival.

Areas Covered in this Webinar

Focused Assessments (FA)

3 Phases of Focused Assessments

Key changes to audit focus areas

Avoiding Focus Assessments

Costs associated with FA audits


General “reasonable care” questions that an importer should be answering

Implementing Compliance Program

Learning Objectives

Learn about US Customs Focused Assessment Audits

Learn why you or your company should avoid at all costs

Learn costs associated with Focused Assessment

Learn how to reduce import compliance risks

Learn about “reasonable care” standard

Learn steps to implement (improving import compliance)

Who Will Benefit

- Owner

- Operations Manager

- Logistics Manager

- Procurement Manager

- Marketing Manager

- Supply Chain Manager

- Finance Manager

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