DNV Certifies Seagull's Security Course Package

Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Det Norske Veritas (DNV) has certified the Seagull Security Training package according to the DNV SeaSkill Standard for certification of learning programs, which confirms that the course package is covering the requirements in the ISPS Security Code (Part B, reg. 13.1 & 13.2), and the drafted competence requirements from the IMO model course outlines given in STC 34/14 (Annex 7 & 8). The courses have been developed in close cooperation with renowned UK-based Maritime & Underwater Security Consultants (MUSC). The Security Training Programs includes on-board CBT training for: - General Security Awareness for crew (controlling ship operations & care of persons onboard) - Ship Security Officer - Automatic Identification System In addition, a thorough yet streamlined classroom course is available for Company Security Officers - those managers responsible for developing and implementing company-wide security plans. Contact us for more information. The human factor remains the key element in managing any type of risk exposure, including security risks. The best way to manage security risks is to ensure that your people are trained and prepared in both security measures specific to your operations and external requirements/regulations set as industry "best practices." Seagull Maritime Training can provide top quality, certified, cost & time effective, security training ready for the July 2004 implementation date, and available ongoing.
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