PVA Offers Free Security Training Program

Tuesday, June 01, 2004
PVA has developed a free new crew training program that will assist them in meeting the training requirements of the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA). Entitled “Security Training for the Passenger Vessel Industry,” this program is a computer-based training tool designed to assist in establishing a basic security training program on board your vessel and in your facility. It is ideal for deckhands, reservation agents, ticket agents and others. The CD also contains a short examination to use in measuring crew and employee comprehension.

This program was created to meet widespread demand from PVA members for a simple, yet comprehensive training tool that can be used internally to satisfy regulatory requirements for security crew training.

For more information, contact Beth Gedney at 1-800-807-8360 or bgedney@vesselalliance.com

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