Item Code 10848
This course will draw upon Part B of the ISPS Code and Appendix B to demonstrate to Port Facility Security Officers, Company Security Officers, and Ship Security Officers the administrative requirements for both documentation and records keeping. Records associated with the security assessment and security plan, as well as training, drills, and maintenance of security equipment and systems, are vital in order to achieve and maintain certification of compliance with the ISPS Code.
Essential elements of this program include:
• ISPS requirements associated with documentation and records
• Reporting of security incidents
• Monitoring and control of the security plan
• Security audits and inspections
• Reporting of nonconformities.
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
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