WCO Asia/Pacific Regional Workshop on Intelligence-Led Risk Management
21-25 November 2016, Faridabad, India
The WCO, in cooperation with the ROCB A/P and the RTC India (National Academy of Customs Excise and Narcotic, NACEN), organized the WCO A/P Regional Workshop on Intelligence-Led Risk Management on 21-25 November 2016 at the RTC India, Faridabad, under the sponsorship of CCF/Japan. A total of 26 participants from the A/P Member administrations, as well as 3 resource persons and 2 representatives from the RILO A/P, took part in the Workshop. Mr. Kazunari Igarashi and Ms. Vareemon Chairungsrilert of the ROCB A/P participated in the Workshop as facilitators.
This Workshop program was designed to disseminate the notions and share experiences in using advance cargo information, which is stated in the Pillar 3 of the WCO SAFE Framework of Standards, with a view to contend with the increasing volume of the international trade in goods while striking appropriate balance between trade facilitation and supply chain security. In this vein, resource persons, i.e. WCO Secretariat official and Accredited Customs Experts from Japan and India, provided a series of comprehensive guidance on intelligence and risk management (RM) in the Customs context based on the newly developed WCO tools on RM. RILO representatives gave a presentation on the use of CEN database for the Members’ operational intelligence analysis. Participants shared their national RM practices in using intelligence support and conducted operational risk management exercise with a simulated case. Through this Workshop, participants and the resource persons actively exchanged their views on RM and participants were able to obtain abundant concrete hints to implement and improve RM in their respective administrations.
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