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SHIP SECURITY OFFICER

The course provides the knowledge needed to fulfil the competences listed in column 1 of Table A-VI/6-2 of the STCW Code.

The course, in accordance with the Scheda n. 6 “National Program of Marine Safety” of the Interministerial Committee of Marine Safety (CISM), is intended to provide adequate knowledge of the arguments related to the ISPS Code for the assumption of the assignment of Ship Security Officer, as defined in section A/12.2 of the ISPS Code and in section A-VI/5 of the STCW Code

The course carries out the following program with particular attention to the duties of the Ship Security Officer

Program

1.1 Description of the course 1.2 Competences to be achieved 1.3 Security threats in their various forms 1.4 Ship and port conditions and operations 2. Maritime security policy 2.1 Concepts of the main international conventions, codes and recommendations 2.2 Concepts of the main national rules and regulations 2.3 Definitions of the 2.4 Management of sensitive information and security related communications 3. Liabilities related to security 3.1 The Contracting Governments 3.2 Recognized Security Organizations 3.3 The management company 3.4 The ship 3.5 The port facility 3.6 L’Ufficiale addetto alla sicurezza di bordo (S.S.O.) 3.7 Company Security officer of the management company (C.S.O.) 3.8 The security of the port facility 3.9 Seafarers with security-related tasks 3.10 Port facility personnel with security-related tasks 3.11 Other staff 4. Security assessment of the ship 4.1 Evaluation tools 4.1 Evaluation tools 4.2 Security inspections on board 1.0 5. equipment for security 5.1 Security equipment and systems 5.2 Operational limitations of security systems and equipment Testing, calibration and maintenance of security equipment and systems 6. Threat identification, recognition and response 6.1 Recognition and identification of dangerous weapons, substances and equipment 6.2 Physical inspection techniques for persons, personal effects, baggage, cargo and ship’s stores 6.3 Implementation and coordination of research 6.4 Recognition of the characteristics and behavioural models of persons who may pose a security threat 6.5 Techniques used to circumvent security measures 6.6 Techniques for crowd management and control 7. Actions for ship security 7.1 The actions required for each different level of security 7.2 Maintaining security in the ship/port interface 7.3 The“Security Statement”(DOS) 7.4 Reporting security incidents 7.5 The security procedures 8. drills and exercises 8.1 Security emergency response procedures 8.2 Security drills and training 9. The management of security 9.1 Documents and records

All seafarers who:

  • have performed at least 12 months of actual navigation on a ship subject to mandatory ISPS code in the last 5 years.
  • or have matured a period of navigation of at least three months which has enabled them to acquire knowledge of on-board security operations.

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PORT FACILITY SECURITY OFFICER.

The course provides the knowledge needed to fulfil the competences listed in column 1 of Table A-VI/6-2 of the STCW Code.

The course, in conformance from the Card n. 6 “National Program of Marine Safety” of the Interministerial Committee of Marine Safety (CISM), is intended to provide adequate knowledge of the arguments related to the ISPS Code for the assumption of the Port Facility Security Officer assignment, as defined in section A/2.1.8 and A/17 of the ISPS Code.

The course deals with the following program with particular attention to the duties of the Port Facility Security Officer :

Program

1.1 Description of the course 1.2 Competences to be achieved 1.3 Security threats in their various forms 1.4 Ship and port conditions and operations 2. Maritime security policy 2.1 Concepts of the main international conventions, codes and recommendations 2.2 Concepts of the main national rules and regulations 2.3 Definitions of the 2.4 Management of sensitive information and security related communications 3. Liabilities related to security 3.1 The Contracting Governments 3.2 Recognized Security Organizations 3.3 The management company 3.4 The ship 3.5 The port facility 3.6 The ship’s security officer (S.S.O.) 3.7  Company Security officer of the management company (C.S.O.) 3.8 The security of the port facility 3.9 Seafarers with security-related tasks 3.10 Port facility personnel with security-related tasks 3.11 Other staff 4. Security assessment of the ship 4.1 Evaluation tools 4.1 Evaluation tools 4.2 Security inspections on board 1.0 5. equipment for security 5.1 Security equipment and systems 5.2 Operational limitations of security systems and equipment Testing, calibration and maintenance of security equipment and systems 6. Threat identification, recognition and response 6.1 Recognition and identification of dangerous weapons, substances and equipment 6.2 Physical inspection techniques for persons, personal effects, baggage, cargo and ship’s stores 6.3 Implementation and coordination of research 6.4 Recognition of the characteristics and behavioural models of persons who may pose a security threat 6.5 Techniques used to circumvent security measures 6.6 Techniques for crowd management and control 7. Actions for ship security 7.1 The actions required for each different level of security 7.2 Maintaining security in the ship/port interface 7.3 The“Security Statement”(DOS) 7.4 Reporting security incidents 7.5 The security procedures 8. drills and exercises 8.1 Security emergency response procedures 8.2 Security drills and training 9. The management of security 9.1 Documents and records

For officers and anyone else working in the field

Duration

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COMPANY SECURITY OFFICER

The course provides the knowledge needed to fulfil the competences listed in column 1 of Table A-VI/6-2 of the STCW Code.

The course, in accordance with the Scheda n. 6 “National Program of Marine Safety” of the Interministerial Committee of Marine Safety (CISM), is intended to provide adequate knowledge of the arguments related to the ISPS Code for the assumption of the Company Security Officer, as defined in section A/2.1.7 and A/11 of the ISPS Code, with particular attention to:

The course deals with the following program with particular attention to the duties of the Company Security Officer:

Program

1.1 Description of the course 1.2 Competences to be achieved 1.3 Security threats in their various forms 1.4 Ship and port conditions and operations 2. Maritime security policy 2.1 Concepts of the main international conventions, codes and recommendations 2.2 Concepts of the main national rules and regulations 2.3 Definitions of the 2.4 Management of sensitive information and security related communications 3. Liabilities related to security 3.1 The Contracting Governments 3.2 Recognized Security Organizations 3.3 The management company 3.4 The ship 3.5 The port facility 3.6 Ship security officer (S.S.O.) 3.7 Company security officer of the management company (C.S.O.) 3.8 The security of the port facility 3.9 Seafarers with security-related tasks 3.10 Port facility personnel with security-related tasks 3.11 Other staff 4. Security assessment of the ship 4.1 Evaluation tools 4.1 Evaluation tools 4.2 Security inspections on board 1.0 5. equipment for security 5.1 Security equipment and systems 5.2 Operational limitations of security systems and equipment Testing, calibration and maintenance of security equipment and systems 6. Threat identification, recognition and response 6.1 Recognition and identification of dangerous weapons, substances and equipment 6.2 Physical inspection techniques for persons, personal effects, baggage, cargo and ship’s stores 6.3 Implementation and coordination of research 6.4 Recognition of the characteristics and behavioural models of persons who may pose a security threat 6.5 Techniques used to circumvent security measures 6.6 Techniques for crowd management and control 7. Actions for ship security 7.1 The actions required for each different level of security 7.2 Maintaining security in the ship/port interface 7.3 The“Security Statement”(DOS) 7.4 Reporting security incidents 7.5 The security procedures 8. drills and exercises 8.1 Security emergency response procedures 8.2 Security drills and training 9. The management of security 9.1 Documents and records

The course has non specific requirements

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Course of indoctrination to the activities of security for the marine staff employed on board of ships subject to the application of the international code on safety of the ships and the harbour structures (Code ISPS) who is not in charge of security duties.

The course provides the knowledge needed to fulfil the competences listed in column 1 of Table A-VI/6-1 of the STCW Code.

The course, in accordance with the Scheda n. 6 “National Program of Marine Safety” of the Interministerial Committee of Marine Safety (CISM) and to Circular No.006 of the General Command of the harbor captains – Marine personnel – Training -, aims to provide an adequate familiarization of the topics related to the ISPS Code for the maintenance of the security on board, as defined in the ISPS Code and in section A-VI/6 of the STCW Code.

The course covers the following program:

Program

1.1 Description of the course 1.2 Competences to be achieved 1.3 Security threats in their various forms 1.4 Ship and port conditions and operations 2. Maritime security policy 2.1 Concepts of the main international conventions, codes and recommendations 2.2 Concepts of the main national rules and regulations 2.3 Definitions of the 2.4 Management of sensitive information and security related communications 3. Liability for safety 3.1 The Contracting Governments 3.2 The management company 3.3 The ship 3.4 The port facility 3.5 Ship scurity officer (S.S.O.) 3.6 Company security officer of the management company (C.S.O.) 3.7 The security of the port facility 3.8 Seafarers with security-related tasks 3.9 Port facility personnel with security-related tasks 3.10 Other staff 4. Threat identification, recognition and response 4.1 Recognition and detection of dangerous weapons, substances and equipment 4.2 Recognition, on a non-discriminatory basis, of persons posing potential security risks 4.3 The techniques used to circumvent security measures 5. Actions concerning maritime security 5.1 The actions required according to the different levels of security 5.2 Reporting security incidents 6. Emergency preparedness, drills and training 6.1 Awareness of emergency plans 6.2 security drills and exercises

The course has no specific requirements

Duration

Days

Hours

The course, in conformance from the Card n. 6 “National Program of Marine Safety” of the Interministerial Committee of Marine Safety (CISM) and to the Circular n.006 of the General Command of the harbor captains – Marine Personnel – Training -, has the scope to supply an adequate knowledge of the arguments relative to the ISPS Code for the performance of security tasks, as defined in the ISPS Code and in section A-VI/6 of the STCW Code.

The course covers the following program:

Program

1.1 Description of the course 1.2 Competences to be achieved 1.3 Security threats in their various forms 1.4 Ship and port conditions and operations 2. Maritime security policy 2.1 Concepts of the main international conventions, codes and recommendations 2.2 Concepts of the main national rules and regulations 2.3 Definitions of the 2.4 Management of sensitive information and security related communications 3. Liability for safety 3.1 The Contracting Governments 3.2 The management company 3.3 The ship 3.4 The port facility 3.5 Ship security officer (S.S.O.) 3.6 Company security officer of the management company (C.S.O.) 3.7 The security of the port facility 3.8 Seafarers with security-related tasks 3.9 Port facility personnel with security-related tasks 3.10 Other staff 4. Threat identification, recognition and response 4.1 Recognition and detection of dangerous weapons, substances and equipment 4.2 Recognition, on a non-discriminatory basis, of persons posing potential security risks 4.3 The techniques used to circumvent security measures 5. Actions concerning maritime security 5.1 The actions required according to the different levels of security 5.2 Reporting security incidents 6. Emergency preparedness, drills and training 6.1 Awareness of emergency plans 6.2 security drills and exercises

The course has no specific requirements

Duration

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Hours

The courses are weekly organized except the second, third week of August and the Christmas holiday season. In addition, courses are organized on request through private or corporate bookings.

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