When training bank employees, what is the minimum training allowed? We are getting a new core this year and it is going to monopolize a lot of time training for it. We want to stay within the legal guidelines and maintain a curriculum, but need to streamline it for core training purposes.
Is there a regulation for national banks dealing with the Bank Protection Act? I know Reg H is for state chartered banks.
Are the gurus aware of court cases involving ATM lighting? Specifically below standard lighting.
I have attended several security workshops where Dana Turner was the presenter. At one of the seminars, he referenced training examiners on conducting exams related to compliance with the Bank Protection Act and that there was to be an increased focus on this. This was about 18 - 24 months ago and I've not heard anything more, so I wondered if there was any new information on this?
Please provide a comprehensive list of the regulations that have "required training" stated, within the regulation. Also, I am looking for a suggested/required training list that would be applicable to ALL bank staff: So far I have sexual harassment, workplace violence, privacy, robbery, CIP, and BSA.
According to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, is privacy training for employees required annually?
What are the compliance training topics that should be given to an average new employee within 90 days?
by John Burnett
There are five areas where law or regulation mandates training for bank employees:
The First Problem: Appointment