Is your mail center as safe and secure as possible?
Learn more about what “security” means and hear about what safety precautions can be taken in a mail center. Find out, in addition, what the United States (U.S.) Postal Inspection Service does , and when it’s best to contact them.
Congress empowers the U.S. Postal Inspection Service “to investigate postal offenses and civil matters relating to the Postal Service;” to do their work, they examine “any misuses of the Postal Service to defraud, endanger, or otherwise threaten the American public.”
Register now to learn how to create an informed and safe work environment in your mail center!
WEBINAR: Mail Center Security
Date: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Time: 2:00 – 2:30 pm ET
Presented by: Barney Morris, U.S. Postal Inspection Service
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Here are some of the topics in this webinar on mail security:
Security is vital to mail center operations large and small. Lack of security can result in theft of supplies, postage, mail, and valuable information about your company contained in sensitive mail.
According to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, the chance that you will receive a bomb through the mail is about 1 in a billion*. Nonetheless, you should be aware of the proper guidelines to handle such incidents.
Unexpected or suspicious packages
What does suspicious mail look like? How can you be more aware and on-the-lookout for suspect mail and packages. Learn the basics about being more aware of what goes in and out of a mail center, and what should raise suspicions.
Protection from suspicious substances and threats
Threats may include chemical, biological, and radiological substances. Various emergency procedures can be put in place to help minimize and limit exposure to such threats.
Security In Your Mail Center: Want to Know More?
- Register for the webinar on mail security to learn more about how to protect and ensure safety in your mail center.
- Monitor your mail for theft with INVIEW™ Mailstream Management Suite from Pitney Bowes.
- For questions and assistance with mail security, contact a Pitney Bowes representative.
*Source: U.S. Postal Inspection Service Guide to Mail Center Security