Importer Reasonable Care – Specialty Webinar

Importer Reasonable Care course is a guidance course to assist Importers to assess and manage risks. Importer Reasonable Care implies the importer has made the effort in good faith to follow U.S. Trade Regulations. The importer must provide Customs and Border Protection (CBP) with the most accurate and verified data possible. Reasonable Care also includes documenting policies and procedures in your Import Compliance Manual. This import risk management course will help you get started building your compliance manual.

What you will learn in Importer Reasonable Care

  • Reasonable Care
  • Informed Compliance
  • Shared Responsibility
  • Forced Labor
  • Risk Assessment & Management
  • Guidance on Preparing an Import Compliance Manual

Course Will Benefit

Importers, Purchasing, Logistics, Traffic, Customer Service, Customs Brokers, Freight Forwarders. Anyone involved or with the responsibility for International Documentation, Compliance Rules and Regulations.

Importer Reasonable Care Course Agenda

9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Central Time) – Webinar
Class Material – Instructor’s PPT

  1. REASONABLE CARE
    1. Informed Compliance
      1. CBP Regulatory Authority
      2. Informed Compliance Publications
      3. Reasonable Care Checklist
    2. Shared Responsibility
      1. Accuracy of Import Data Elements
      2. Post Entry Reviews/Post Summary Corrections
      3. Centers of Excellence & Expertise
    3. Reasonable Care
      1. Automated Commercial Environment
      2. Internal Audits
      3. Training, Information & Communication
  2. FORCED LABOR
    1. What is Forced Labor
    2. Responsible Business Practices
      1. Burden of proof
      2. Demonstrate Absence of Forced Labor
      3. Responding to CBP Inquiries
      4. Updating Policies, Procedures & Documentation
    3. CBP Forced Labor Process Map
    4. CBP 2020 Potential Actions
  3. RISK ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT
    1. Assessing Risk Exposure
    2. Compliance Techniques to Manage Risk
  4. GUIDANCE ON PREPARING AN IMPORT COMPLIANCE MANUAL
    1. General Tips
    2. How to Start
    3. Areas to Address