TAPA FSR - Freight Security Requirements

Developed by security professionals to ensure safe and secure in-transit storage and warehousing.

TAPA FSR specifies minimum acceptable security standards for in-transit storage and warehousing. The standard includes risk assessment, a number of typical management system requirements and a set of requirements for physical security measures.  An FSR certificate proves that your company has been assessed to specified requirements and found compliant. 

What is TAPA FSR? 

Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) is an association of security professionals and related business partners from high technology and high value companies who have organised to address the emerging security threats that are common to the high value industry supply chain. It unites global manufacturers, logistics providers, freight carriers, law enforcement agencies, and other stakeholders with the common aim of reducing and preventing losses from international supply chains.

A fundamental TAPA objective is to affect positive change in the security practices of the freight transportation and insurance communities as a whole. TAPA is a global membership association which includes many of the world’s leading manufacturing brands as well as their logistics and transport providers.

The scheme is not limited for TAPA members but can be applied by all companies dealing with in-transit storage and warehousing. Major freight service providers are moving toward the FSR standard for the care and handling of freight.

How can we help you? 

We are accredited by TAPA to deliver the TAPA FSR certification worldwide.  

We can provide TAPA FSR certification. Contact DNV Business Assurance  for further information about the scheme, certification process and learn more about DNV Business Assurance’ deliveries and services. 


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