Port and Vessel Security for Public Safety and Maritime Personnel is a DHS-approved course developed to introduce rural and small agency first responders to the maritime security requirements of the high-risk, regulated facilities in their jurisdictions. In emergency situations, regulated facilities have federally-mandated security and reporting procedures that must be followed. Management of an incident will be more efficient when emergency responders have a good working knowledge of maritime security principles and procedures. Topics covered in this course include: -> Rural characteristics of the U.S. Maritime Transportation System -> Threats to the U.S. Maritime Transportation System -> Maritime regulations and environment safety issues -> Security levels -> Sensitive security information -> Transportation Worker Identity Credential (TWIC) response issues for local law enforcement
Pre-Requisite: It is highly recommended that participants complete IS 100: Introduction to Incident Command System and IS 700:National Incident Management System (NIMS) prior to enrollment in this course.
Target Audience: law enforcement, fire service, emergency medical services, emergency management, natural resources, public works, transportation
Please Note: Register for this course through SERT TRAC. You must have a SERT TRAC Account and have uploaded ALL of your pre-requisite (If required) certificates to register. If you need to register for a SERT TRAC Account, sign up at: https://trac.floridadisaster.org/TRAC/loginform.aspx
In addition to SERT TRAC STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS at https://ruraltraining.org/course/AWR-144/?scheduled=true&id=8679
For more information contact Jeff Manning, (305) 747-0690, firstname.lastname@example.org