Joemarine Institute | ISPS (SECURITY AWARENESS ABOARD SHIP & DESIGNATED SECURITY DUTIES)
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ISPS (SECURITY AWARENESS ABOARD SHIP & DESIGNATED SECURITY DUTIES)

Covers Overview:

In accordance with Part A Section A-VI/5, A-V1/6-1, A-V1/6-2, of the standard of Training Certification and Watch Keeping (STCW Code) for ship security officers as amended. Ratings whom are involved in designated duties to perform the duties and responsibilities with respect to the security of a ship/marine craft.  The minimum standards of competence for a ship security officer to maintain with the ability to undertake securities duties maintain and supervise security plan on board ship, assess security risk, threat and vulnerability as well as undertaking regular inspection on the company.  

Entry Requirements:

  • Candidate must be above 18 years
  • Posses Valid Seafarer Medical
  • Valid Means of Identification
  • 2 Recent Photographs

Duration:

One (1) Day

Course Contents;

  • History of ISPS
  • Introduction
  • Maritime Security Policy
  • Security Responsibilities
  • Threat Identification
  • Ship Security Actions
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Drills and Exercises on Board
  • Security Equipment etc.