Port Facility Security Officer

ISPS Courses

Qualification
Port Facility Security Officer

Course Description
This course provides the knowledge to those who may be designated to perform the duties and responsibilities of a Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO), as defined in the ISPS Code, and the US Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA). In particular the duties and responsibilities of a PFSO with respect to the security of a Port Facility for ensuring the development of a Port Facility Security Assessment and for implementing, maintaining and updating a Port Facility Security Plan.

This course will also prepare individuals for liaison with existing Ship Security Officers (SSOs) and Company Security Officers (CSOs).

Course Content

  • Understanding the ISPS Code
  • Assessment of security risks, threats and vulnerability
  • Developing, maintaining and supervising the implementation of a Port Facility Security Plan (PFSP)
  • Conducting inspections of the port  ensuring appropriate security measures are implemented and maintained
  • Ensuring that security equipment are properly operated and tested
  • Identifying weapons and improvised explosive devices
  • Security training, drills and exercises

Why Securewest?
Having led ISPS courses for over a decade, the Securewest team look forward to training you to become a Port Facility Security Officer providing invaluable experience and knowledge that will fully prepare you for your career ahead.

Department for Transport (DFT) & DNV approved.

     

Location:Plymouth, Devon (UK) Duration:3 days Cost:£687.50 incl VAT
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  • 19th March to 22nd March 2019
  • 5th November to 8th November 2019