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<p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>Procedure for the Ship Security Officer Training Modules</p> <p>CBT # 115 CBT # 121 &amp; Workbook</p> <p>Department/Author:</p> <p>Approved by:</p> <p>____________________ Erik Frette Seagull AS</p> <p>______________________ Roger Ringstad Seagull AS</p> <p> 2003 SEAGULL AS and Maritime &amp; Underwater Security Consultants All rights reserved No part of this work covered by the copyright hereon may be reproduced or otherwise copied without prior written permission of SEAGULL AS or Maritime &amp; Underwater Security Consultants</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>1 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>DOCUMENT STATUSFile:K:\5-Training\50-Generelt\Ship Security Officer\Rev ver 270603 Procedure SSO Training Module Workbook.doc Issue No. Date/Year Inc. by Issue No. Date/Year Inc. by</p> <p>PC-TC 1646 P PC-TC 1646 A</p> <p>11.06.03 27.06.03</p> <p>EF EF</p> <p>CHANGES IN DOCUMENT</p> <p>Issue No.</p> <p>CO No.</p> <p>Paragraph No.</p> <p>Paragraph Heading/ Description of Change</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>2 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>TABLE OF CONTENTSSection Page</p> <p>1 PROCEDURE SHIP SECURITY OFFICER TRAINING CBT MODULE # 115, 121 &amp; WORKBOOK:.............................................................................................................................................................4 1.1 THE OBJECTIVE .............................................................................................................................................. 4 1.2 PRE REQUISITES.............................................................................................................................................. 4 1.3 A CTIVITIES TO BE DONE ................................................................................................................................ 4 1.4 M ATERIALS TO BE USED................................................................................................................................ 4 1.5 COMPLETION OF TRAINING .......................................................................................................................... 4 1.6 QUESTIONS REGARDING SHIP SECURITY OFFICER TRAINING.................................................................. 5 1.7 THE FOLLOWING SHALL BE SENT TO SEAGULL AS OR MUSC WITH COPY TO THE COMPANY SECURITY OFFICER:....................................................................................................................................................... 5 2 2.1 2.2 3 3.1 4 4.1 4.2 5 5.1 5.2 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 INTRODUCTION TO THE ISPS CODE .................................................................................................6 BACKGROUND ................................................................................................................................................ 6 LEARNING OBJECTIVES ................................................................................................................................. 7 RESPONSIBILITIES OF A SHIP SECURITY OFFICER .................................................................8 RESPONSIBILITIES OF A SHIP SECURITY OFFICER..................................................................................... 8 THREAT SCENARIOS .................................................................................................................................9 DIFFERENT THREAT SCENARIOS................................................................................................................... 9 EXERCISE # 1 .................................................................................................................................................. 9 HOW TO USE THE DECLARATION OF SECURITY (DOS).......................................................11 DECLARATION OF SECURITY (DOS)......................................................................................................... 11 EXERCISE # 2 ................................................................................................................................................ 11 DRILLS AND TRAINING..........................................................................................................................13 DRILLS AND TRAINING................................................................................................................................ 13 SHIP SECURITY OFFICERS ROLE IN DRILLS AND TRAINING.................................................................... 13 EXERCISE # 3 ................................................................................................................................................ 14</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>3 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>1</p> <p>PROCEDURE SHIP SECURITY OFFICER TRAINING CBT MODULE # 115, 121 &amp; WORKBOOK:THE OBJECTIVE</p> <p>1.1</p> <p>The objective is to make the Ship Security Officer able to perform the planning and training of security related activities in accordance with the ISPS Codes section A/12.2. 1.2 PRE REQUISITES</p> <p>Relevant sea experience, operational or management level, good communicatio n, leadership and organisational skills and a working knowledge of English (spoken and written) are essential.</p> <p>1.3</p> <p>ACTIVITIES TO BE DONE</p> <p>1. The SSO shall have a thorough knowledge of the ISPS code, with special emphasis on the SSO duties in the training on board. 2. The SSO shall complete the CBT module # 115 and 121 with 100% completed and a test score of at least 75%. 3. The SSO shall conduct practical exercises with reference to the Workbook. 1.4 1.5 M ATERIALS TO BE USED CBT module # 115 CBT module # 121 Ship Security Officer Workbook The ISPS code On a ship that has a Ship Security Plan, this should be used when completing the exercises. COMPLETION OF TRAINING</p> <p>The training procedure has been completed when: All prescribed training has been performed and; The Master or Assessor onboard has verified the result of each and every training activity and signed the Workbook. Printouts from the completed CBTs and copies of completed exercises are sent to Seagull AS for verification.</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>4 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>1.6 </p> <p>Q UESTIONS REGARDING S HIP S ECURITY O FFICER TRAINING Questions regarding the training can be sent by e- mail to seagull@sgull.com The subject in the e- mail must be SSO-Training. Questions can also be sent by regular mail to: Seagull AS Att.: Manager Training Courses Gamleveien 36 P.O.Box 1062 N-3194 Horten</p> <p>1.7</p> <p>THE FOLLOWING SHALL BE SENT TO S EAGULL AS OR MUSC WITH COPY TO THE COMPANY S ECURITY OFFICER:</p> <p>1. One-page copy from the candidates discharge book or similar confirming the full name and date of birth. 2. Copy of the test reports from the CBT modules # 115 and 121. 3. Copy of the completed forms covering the three exercises in this workbook. Seagull AS (SG) and/or Marine &amp; Underwater Security Consultants Ltd. (MUSC) will issue a certificate of competence (course diploma) and send this to the company. All documentation must be signed and verified by Master and marked with the vessels stamp. The documentation shall be sent to either Seagull or MUSC Address Seagull: Seagull AS Att.: Manager Training Courses Gamleveien 36 P.O.Box 1062 N-3194 Horten Norway</p> <p>Address MUSC: Maritime &amp; Underwater Security Consultants Attn; Training Administration Manager HQS Wellington Temple Stairs, Victoria Embankment WC2R 2PN London UK</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>5 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>22.1</p> <p>INTRODUCTION TO THE ISPS CODEBACKGROUND</p> <p>SOLAS XI-2 Section A/12 states that a Ship Security Officer shall be designated on each ship 500 gross tonnage and upwards engaged on international voyages, including high-speed crafts and Mobile Offshore Drilling Units. Section B/13 states that a Ship Security Officer should have knowledge of, and receives training, in some or all of the following, as appropriate: security administration; relevant international conventions, codes and recommendations; relevant Government legislation and regulations; responsibilities and functions of other security organisations; methodology of ship security assessment; methods of ship security surveys and inspections; ship and port operations and conditions; ship and port facility security measures; emergency preparedness and response and contingency planning; instruction techniques for security training and education, including security measures and procedures; handling sensitive security related information and security related communications; knowledge of current security threats and patterns; recognition and detection of weapons, dangerous substances and devices; recognition, on a non discriminatory basis, of characteristics and behavioural patterns of persons who are likely to threaten security; techniques used to circumvent security measures; security equipment and systems and their operational limitations; methods of conducting audits, inspection, control and monitoring; methods of physical searches and non- intrusive inspections; security drills and exercises, including drills and exercises with port facilities; assessment of security drills and exercises. the layout of the ship; the ship security plan and related procedures (including scenario-based training on how to respond); crowd management and control techniques; operations of security equipment and systems; and testing, calibration and whilst at sea maintenance of security equipment and systems.</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>6 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>2.2</p> <p>LEARNING OBJECTIVES</p> <p>Those who successfully complete this training package will be able to undertake the duties of the Ship Security Officer, as defined in the ISPS Codes section A/12.2.</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>7 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>33.1</p> <p>RESPONSIBILITIES OF A SHIP SECURITY OFFICERRESPONSIBILITIES OF A SHIP S ECURITY O FFICER</p> <p>The Responsibilities of a Ship Security Officer are: 1. Undertaking regular security inspections of the ship to ensure that appropriate security measures are maintained These inspections to be done as stated in the Ship Security Plan 2. Maintaining and supervising the implementation of the ship security plan, including any amendments to the plan To be done in cooperation with the Company Security Officer 3. Coordinating the security aspects of the handling of cargo and ships stores with other shipboard personnel and with the relevant port facility security officers As per the Ship Security Plan 4. Proposing modifications to the ship security plan Proposals to be sent to the Company Security Officer 5. Reporting to the Company Security Officer any deficiencies and nonconformities identified during internal audits, periodic reviews, security inspections and verifications of compliance and implementing any corrective actions Any deficiencies found to be reported to the Company Security Officer. 6. Enhancing security awareness and vigilance on board An ongoing process include training, drills and education of all crew. 7. Ensuring that adequate training has been provided to shipboard personnel, as appropriate Includes planning, executing and evaluation of drills as per the Ship Security Plan 8. Reporting all security incidents Reports to be made to the Company Security Officer 9. Coordinating implementation of the ship security plan with the company security officer and the relevant port facility security officer Includes close cooperation with both Company Security Officer and Port Facility Security Officer. 10. Ensuring that security equipment is properly operated, tested, calibrated and maintained, if any All security equipment onboard has to be tested, calibrated and maintained as per the Ship Security Plan.</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>8 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>44.1</p> <p>THREAT SCENARIOSDIFFERENT THREAT SCENARIOS</p> <p>When doing a Ship Security Assessment, all possible threats must be taken into account. The ISPS code lists seven possible threats in section B/8.9. When thinking of all possible threats you should also think of who is posing the threats, i.e. the reason why anyone wants to threaten your vessel, some examples might be: Political (Hostile Foreign Governments, Territorial, Separatist, Ethnic ) Economic (Criminal) Ideological (Groups supporting Trade Protection, Animal Rights or Environmental Issues) Personal (Revenge, ex-employees etc) Psychological (Mentally disturbed, psychopathic) Religious (Extremist Religious Ideology) The threats you have to take into account are dependent on your vessel and your trading pattern. For example, a cruise liner is more vulnerable for a terrorist attack than a bulk carrier. A vessel trading in the North Sea is less vulnerable for pirates then a vessel trading in Singapore Straits. One of the aims with the Ship Security Plans is to take measures against all these threats to prevent security incidents.</p> <p>4.2</p> <p>EXERCISE # 1</p> <p>Plan an attack and protective measure Read the ISPS code section B/8.9 Choose one of the 9 listed threats Pretend that you are a leader of a terrorist or criminal group and want to attack your vessel. Based on the threat you choose, make up a plan on an attack on your vessel. If you have a Ship Security plan onboard, try to find out if using your plan could have prevented your pretended attack. If you do not have a Ship Security Plan, use the ISPS code, B/8.9 and find what protective measures you could have taken to prevent your pretended attack. Fill in the exercise forms. After completion of this exercise, have the Master to review the exercise and sign it.</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>9 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>Exercise number 1Name: Date: What type of threat did you use for your imagined attack?</p> <p>Describe your imagined attack.</p> <p>What protective measures could have stopped your imagined attack?</p> <p>Master:</p> <p>Date and place:</p> <p>Ships stamp</p> <p>PC-TC-1646-A/27. Jun- 2003 This procedure is certified in accordance with the Standards of DNV SeaSkill</p> <p>10 of 16</p> <p>Ship Security Officer Training MUSC</p> <p>55.1</p> <p>HOW TO USE THE DECLARATION OF SECURITY (DOS)DECLARATION OF S ECURIT...</p>