International Ship and Port Security (ISPS) Awareness e-Learning provides a detailed overview of the International Ship and Port Security (ISPS) Code including its role in emergency situations.
There are no formal prerequisites for this course.
Please book a course through the website of AIS Survivex ("More information").
Delegates completing an International Ship and Port Security (ISPS) Awareness e-Learning training course will be able to;
- Explain the importance of the shipping industry and the role played by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO)
- Give examples which show the link between maritime disasters and the creation of new regulations
- Identify the aims of the ISPS Code and to whom it applies
- Identify common threats to maritime security and their costs
- Identify the roles that are responsible for ship security
- Describe the importance of training and drills to achieve competent security teams
- Detail the structure of the ISPS Code
- Describe the three security levels within the ISPS Code
- Describe the purpose of a Declaration of Security
- Describe the structure and purpose of a Ship Security Assessment
- Describe the structure and purpose of a Ship Security Plan
- Describe the importance and purpose of an International Ship Security Certificate
- Identify who is responsible for setting levels of security
- Identify and describe the categories of incidents
- Describe the process for reporting incidents and threats
- Identify the records that are required to be kept