This STCW Security Awareness course is designed for all seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board ships which is required to comply with the provisions of the ISPS Code on the business of that ship as part of the ship’s complement (meaning?) without designated security duties.
This online course follows the guidelines of the IMO model Course 3.27 and meets Regulation VI/6, paragraph 1 and Section A-VI/6, paragraphs 4 of the STCW Convention and Code 1978, as amended.
2: Maritime Security Policy
3: Security Responsibilities
4: Threat Identification, Recognition and Response
5: Ship Security Actions and Emergency Preparedness
Seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board a ship which is required to comply with the provisions of the ISPS Code on the business of that ship as part of the ship’s complement without designated security duties shall, before being assigned to any shipboard duties.
This course is recognised by and meeting the requirements of the Bahamas Maritime Authority and the Maritime Administrator of the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
Regulations and Further Recourses:
STCW Code, 2010 Manila Amendments Sec. A-VI/6-1
SOLAS 1974 Chapter XI-2
IMO Model Course 3.27 Security Awareness training for all seafarers
International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code 2003 & 2002
The Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation (SUA) Treaties.
MSC.1/Circ.1334 – Guidance to Ship-owners, Companies, Ship Operators, Shipmasters and Crews on Preventing and Suppressing Acts of Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships
BMP, Version 5. Best Management Practices for Protection Against Somalia Based Piracy
MSC.1/Circ.1601 Revised Industry Counter Piracy Guidance