King Cole Maritime ISPS Training and Assessments

"Uniquely Experienced and Committed to Maritime Security through Implementation of the ISPS Code"

King Cole Maritime’s unique international experience ensures relevant and current maritime security training and assessments which comply with SOLAS, the ISPS Code and STCW to the national and international maritime industry.

Maritime Security Training Courses

We present training courses for maintaining ship/port interface security as indicated on our ISPS Training Courses page.

Our accredited courses adhere to the highest international standards and by being hands-on and interactive, enhance students’ learning experience.

NEW! For the convenience of our students, we now offer the Proficiency in Security Awareness Course (PSA) online. For more information contact us at info@kingcolemaritime.com

Maritime Security Assessments

We provide maritime security assessments and security plans for ships, ports, port facilities and port service providers, in accordance with the ISPS Code and the ILO and IMO Code of Practice for Security in Ports.

 

THE ISPS Code establishes an international framework for preventive measures against security incidents affecting international maritime trade. It also determines the respective roles and responsibilities for ensuring maritime security, ensures early and efficient exchange of security-related information, creates plans and procedures to react to changing security levels and ensures confidence that adequate and proportionate maritime security measures are in place.

(ISPS Code part A paragraph 1.2)

ISPS Code 2003 Edition,

International Maritime Organisation, London, 2003
 

 

Added Benefits

Based in South Africa, our services are competitively priced in ZAR and are available at South African and international locations to meet clients’ needs.

We can facilitate other mandatory STCW training requirements in Cape Town.

South Africa’s usually benign climate allows training to be conducted throughout the year.

Tourist and spousal programmes can be arranged to suit specific requirements.  

African Maritime Security Updates

  • More Nigeria still a risky place for shipping says IMB Piracy Report for January to September 2017
    19th October 2017
    A total of 121 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships were reported in the first nine months of 2017, according to the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) International Maritime Bureau’s (IMB) latest quarterly report on maritime piracy.
  • More Libyan Port of Benghazi reopened on 1 October 2017
    2nd October 2017
    Even though the working ports are now considered safe for ships and crew, maritime insurance company Gard cautioned ships’ crews to remain vigilant as the situation in Libyan territorial waters remains volatile.
  • More CMF GUIDANCE ON MARITIME SECURITY TRANSIT CORRIDOR
    6th September 2017
    Recent attacks against merchant shipping in the Gulf of Aden and Bab Al Mandeb have highlighted the risks associated with transiting these waters. The multiple types of risks and the broad expanse of ocean on which these attacks can occur dictate that Naval Forces must be used in the most efficient manner possible. To assist in this, CMF is establishing a Maritime Security Transit Corridor (MSTC).
Maritime Security Courses

King Cole Maritime is committed to implementation of the ISPS Code by presenting the following courses: 

Contact Details

Please email us at 

info@kingcolemaritime.com

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