Security methods using unique physiological characteristics like fingerprints, iris scans, or facial recognition to verify the identity of individuals accessing secure areas.
Substances or materials that pose a risk to health, safety, property, or the environment during transportation. Proper handling and documentation of hazardous materials are essential for container security.
Official documents that authorize port employees to perform specific hazardous tasks only after necessary safety measures and precautions have been taken.
Refers to the condition and effectiveness of seals placed on containers to prevent unauthorized access and tampering. Ensuring seal integrity is crucial for container security.
A centralized database that tracks and verifies the authenticity of container seals used in the supply chain, reducing the risk of unauthorized access and tampering.