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  • Emergency Preparedness, Drills, Exercises and Search Procedures- Incident response planning for a variety of contingencies associated with terrorism and other criminal activities that may arise in a maritime setting is the primary topic that is discussed in this course. In addition search techniques for vehicles and personnel are thoroughly explored to enhance the effectiveness of screening practices at port and vessel checkpoints. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 10.00) Rate It
  • Introduction to Maritime Security & Antiterrorism Training Video- This four-part course of instruction provides Ship Operator and Port facility 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. (Added: 2004-05-13 Rating: 1.00) Rate It
  • ISPS & MTSA Series - Full set of 11 programs- This 11-program video training series provides the curriculum to train your personnel and meet all the required elements of ISPS and MTSA security training effective July 1, 2004. These rules require specialized maritime security training for port facility and vessel personnel worldwide. (Added: 2004-05-13 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • ISPS Security Plans including the PFSP & SSP- In this course, the purpose and contents of the Security Plan are clearly established and emphasis is placed on the issues of confidentiality. The primary course objective is to establish intimate familiarity with the contents of the plan and the processes by which the plan is developed, approved, implemented, maintained, and modified in accordance with the ISPS Code. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Maritime Security Assessment- This 3 part course discusses the process of performing a ship and port facility security assessment as it pertains to the process of developing and updating the port or ship security plan. The process of performing a threat assessment and on-site vulnerability assessment, or security survey, followed by a risk and consequence analysis is detailed. Risk based decision-making is presented as a tool for completing a security assessment and determining prioritized security measures for a ship or port facility. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Maritime Security Policies- This course provides an introduction to the relevant international conventions, codes, legislation, and regulations. The many resolutions and conventions that have been adopted by the International Maritime Organization—in order to prevent, deter, and mitigate threats to security in maritime transportation—are discussed, providing a historical perspective on the development of, and the objectives within, the ISPS Code. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Security Administrations and Management- This course will draw upon Part B of the ISPS Code as well as the MTSA regulations 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. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Security Equipment- This course will familiarize the student with the various types of security equipment and systems that are used in maritime security. Emphasis is placed on the operational limitations of security equipment and systems, as well as the need for routine testing, calibration, and maintenance of equipment and systems in place. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Security Responsibilities- This course is intended to give students an appreciation of the Maritime Security System conceived by the IMO and to demonstrate how the various entities will work together. The relative roles of Contracting Governments, Recognized Security Organizations, the Company Security Officer, the Ship Security Officer, the Port Facility Security Officer, and other vessel and port security personnel are also discussed. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Security Training- This course provides the training requirements set out under the ISPS Code in Parts A and B of the Code as well as MTSA. The instruction will help to clarify the specific training requirements that are necessary by position; as well as who needs to be trained, what the training must consist of, and where the responsibility lies for the training of the various persons involved in the security organization. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 1.00) Rate It
  • Ship & Port Facility Security Actions- In this program the ideas, plans, and preparations explored and developed in the previous courses are put into action and appropriate procedures are developed to facilitate security actions. Actions associated with a change in security levels are discussed and the importance of maintaining security at the ship/port interface is stressed. In addition, the appropriate use of the Declaration of Security is conveyed. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Threat Identification, Recognition, and Response- The focus of this course is on the characteristics and potential effects of prohibited weapons; explosives; hazardous substances and compounds that pose a risk to ships and port facilities. (Added: 2004-05-17 Rating: 0.00) Rate It


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