ISPS Code Auditor Training - Fort Lauderdale - Feb 22 & 23

Capt. Jake DesVergers
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
MARITIME SECURITY AUDITOR (ISPS): Maritime security training for ship managers, port facilities, shipboard personnel, and yachts.

This module provides trainees with detailed knowledge and understanding of the ISPS Code, thus allowing them to conduct the annually mandated internal security audits. This interactive, classroom training course will provide an overview of the ISPS Code and the most prominent interpretations being enforced that affect all ship types; explain the ISPS Code’s functional requirements and their implications for a company, also contrasting them to the US Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA); list and explain the ISPS Code’s detailed security requirements, including the results of noncompliance, with actual recent case-studies; and illustrate the types of items targeted by Port State Control and provide the most common problems identified by Flag-State/RSO Auditors.

Questions?:
P 954-449-3444
F 954-418-0244
E training@usmaritimeinstitute.com

Some previous attendees:

Carnival Corporation, Columbia Shipmanagement, V-Ships, Teekay Shipping, Interorient Ship Management, Royal Caribbean Cruises LTD, US Coast Guard, Marshall Islands Administration, US Military Sealift Command, Port Everglades Administration, Curacao Ports Authority, Superyacht Technologies, Wilson Yacht Management, Panama Maritime Authority, SeaEscape Cruises, Fairfield Industries, RTM Star Center, Merrill-Stevens Yachts, and many others.
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