Live Webinar Import Compliance & Implementation of Procedures for U.S. Companies
01:00 PM EDT | 10:00 AM PDT | 12:00 PM CDT Duration 90 Minutes
Webinar Includes : All the training handouts , certificate ,Q/A and 90 mins Live Webinar Free documents: PDF Print only copy of PPT slides
"Listen From Jan Seal is a Management Consultant on International Trade and a Licensed Customhouse Broker with over 40 years of experience in imports and exports"
Free documents: PDF Print only copy of PPT slides
A focused assessment (U.S. import audit) is conducted by CBP's Regulatory Audit Division to evaluate an importer's risk of non-compliance with import requirements and evaluation of internal controls. Non-compliance with import requirements and regulations can lead to additional duties, fees, and penalties.
Why Should You Attend:
President Trump has signed numerous Executive Orders and taken other actions that significantly address trade. One of those orders addresses increased enforcement of U.S. trade and customs laws. Learn how these and other actions can affect your company.
Learn what is new and required by U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) when they conduct a focused assessment (import audit) in your company. This webinar will assist you in identifying potential risk factors in the area of import compliance that could subject you to severe penalties and delays in clearing goods through CBP. It will also provide recommendations for some best practices that may resolve non-compliant import procedures and documentation or improve existing procedures. These best practices can increase your chances of receiving acceptable compliance rates under the focused assessment program. It may also reduce the time that auditors will need to spend in your company. Learn how to take "reasonable care" and tips for creating "Import Compliance Procedures".
• Customs Modernization Act
• Reasonable Care and Informed Compliance
• Priority Trade Issues for U.S. Customs Border Protection
• Role of Customs Auditors, Import Specialists, Investigators.
• Focused Assessment Requirements
• Referral & Enforcement Audits
• Centers for Excellence and Expertise (CEE)
• Recordkeeping Requirements
• Import Standard Operating Procedures
• Internal Controls
• Best Practices
Who will Benefit
Importers, Departments such as: Import Compliance, Operations, Purchasing, Accounting, Shipping/Receiving, Sales/Marketing, Engineering; Production, Contracts, and Freight Forwarders/Customhouse Brokers, Consultants, in-house Attorneys
Industries who can attend
Importers in the United States, exporters/manufacturers around the world that ship to the Unites States.