Security Guide for Truck Rental Company Employees
United States. Transportation Security Administration
"The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Truck Renting and Leasing Association (TRALA) have prepared this guide for companies and are providing it as part of a cooperative effort to improve transportation security. The recommendations contained in this guide are designed to help define and identify potential security threats, as well as gather and report security threat information more effectively. This guide should not be used as a substitute for developing a company's specific security program, policies and procedures."
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    United States. Transportation Security Administration
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    Public Domain
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    Transportation Security Administration: www.tsa.gov/
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    LLIS Collection

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