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Shell customers should affirm that the Motor Carrier they are using has a security plan as required by Title 49 CFR, Part 172, Subpart I, which contains the elements stated below.

Please confirm compliance for each of these requirements by checking the box for each element.

Employment checks
Drivers and Maintenance personnel that includes detailed employment checks including citizenship, professional operating record and criminal history; 49CFR 172.802(a)(1)

Employment checks

Operating credentials
A process to ensure that drivers have current operating credentials with appropriate endorsements; 172.802(a)(2)

Operating credentials

Company identification credentials
A process to ensure that drivers and other personnel picking up Shell products have company identification credentials and a process for recovering those credentials upon termination of employment; 172.802(a)(2)

Company identification credentials

Training
Procedures for training drivers to recognize and react to threats to transport vehicles and/or cargo; 172.802(a)(3)

Training

Selecting routes that consider the following five criteria
A process for selecting routes that considers; 172.802(a)(3)
1. The security of the transport vehicle and its cargo,
2. Assessment of population density,
3. Assessment of the proximity to and vulnerability of sensitive sites or populations,
4. Assessment of the accessibility of the transport vehicle and its cargo to diversion or tampering,
5. Assessment of public emergency response capability;

Selecting routes

Vehicle tracking
A process for tracking transport vehicles to determine location and status; 172.802(a)(3)

Vehicle tracking

Communication of delay/diversion
Procedures to communicate with Shell in the event of delay or diversion of the transport vehicle or its cargo, 172.802(a)(3)

Communication of delay/diversion

By completing and submitting this form to Shell, you are ensuring that the Motor Carrier that you have hired for loading Shell products does meet the above requirements under Title 49 CFR, Part 172, Subpart I.