Award in Security Incident Management and Evidence Preservation
This course has been designed in consultation with international law enforcement agencies to meet the requirements of the Cruise Vessel Security and Safety Act and also guidance from the International Maritime Organisations Maritime Security Committee guidance on the investigation and reporting of serious incidents at sea. It is the ONLY independently certified course approved internationally. The course is a must have qualification for those personnel working either in a security capacity on cruise lines where passengers or crew are US nationals or whereby the vessel will enter US terrirorial waters, or for those wishing to become Team Leaders for anti-piracy teams (meeting the new guidelines issued from the IMO Maritime Security Committee).
Concessionary rates apply to those who have successfully passed other EOS Maritime Security Qualifications.
The course is run over 2 days and covers:
• Background & legislation
• Types and sources of forensic evidence
• Defining, assessing & preserving a crime scene
• Contamination & cross contamination
• Packaging & labelling evidence
• Securing & coordinating evidence
Successful candidates will achieve an Award in Security Incident Management and Evidence Preservation awarded by DNV,the international awarding body.
The course is appropriate for all frontline maritime security workers who may come across a crime scene, particularly:
. Individuals seeking to become Team Leaders in the Anti-Piracy field
• Individuals involved in passenger vessel operations to comply with the Cruise Vessel Security and Safety Act of 2009
• Individuals wishing to enhance their employment and promotional prospects within the maritime security industry
• Organisations seeking to enhance their security functions whilst at the same time minimising the risk of litigation
There is no prior training or experience required. However, the ability to read and write English and basic numeracy are required due to course content.
Price: £550 per person