International Ship and Port Facility Security Code

Karco 1 hour and 43 minutes

The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS) came into force in 2004 as an amendment to the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention. It highlights requirements on maritime security including, minimum security arrangements for ships, ports facilities, and government agencies. It specifies the responsibilities of governments, shipping companies, shipboard personnel, and port facility personnel to detect security threats and take preventive measures against security incidents affecting ships or port facilities.

Upon completion of this course, the candidate will gain knowledge and understanding of the ISPS Code, the requirements of this code, and how security measures are implemented onboard.

The learning outcomes of the Course will include;
1. Introduction to ISPS
2. Ship Security Plan
3. MARSEC Levels and Actions to Take
4. Access Points and Restricted Areas
5. Security Equipment Provided Onboard
6. Training and Drills
7. Contingency Plan

Note: All the content within this course is developed by Seably apart from the Video which is kindly provided by KARCO.

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KARCO are Pioneers in 3D animated marine safety videos through which they offer a unique and effective learning system to already over 250 companies worldwide. The Karco courses are developed in response to the real-time needs of our customers globally. The content for all the videos is being provided by clients operating hundreds of vessels, with decades of experience behind them. This ensures that the content reflects true operational and shipboard requirements.

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  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 1 hour and 43 minutes
  5. Intended for: The Course is intended for all seafarers regardless of rank working onboard ships that comply with the ISPS Code.
  6. Reference: SOLAS, 2020 Consolidated Edition. IMO Guide to Maritime Security and the ISPS Code, 2012 Edition.