Item Code 10830
This four-part course of instruction provides port facility and ship operator personnel with a comprehensive review of the history of maritime terrorism, crime, and piracy with a view towards identifying relevant trends for the industry. Upon completion of this program, the student will appreciate the fundamental elements required to perform a threat assessment for either a port or ship.
1a. Introduction to the threat
1b. History and current trends in maritime terrorism
1c. Current security threat and patterns in maritime crime and piracy
1d. Introduction to port and ship operations and security measures.
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code, as well as the U.S. Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA), requires specialized maritime security training for port facility and vessel personnel. This Maritime Security Management & Operations Compliance Series was specifically developed to meet the mandatory security standards set forth in the ISPS Code. Non-compliance with ISPS Code requirements can result in loss of revenue and the potential for increased liability in the event of a security incident.
•Company Security Officers
•Port Facility Security Officers
•Ship Security Officers
•Ship And Port Personnel
•Recognized Security Organizations
•Ship Classification Societies
•Port State Control Officers
•Maritime Executives & Administrators
109 minutes. DVD-Video
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