Strengthening port safety is the main focus of two five-day workshops on the implementation of the Worldwide Ship and Port Facility Safety Code (ISPS Code) for Designated Authorities and Port Facility Safety Officers (PFSOs) (6-10 June and 13-17 June) in Cape City, South Africa.
The IMO course, collectively organised with the UK Division of Transport (DfT), brings collectively maritime safety professionals from the Division of Transport and coaching suppliers who’re eager to enhance their data and expertise to grow to be ISPS trainers. This coaching course will contribute to creating a pool of maritime safety specialists who can conduct ISPS coaching in South Africa and throughout the area.
Contributors have a possibility to observe what they discovered within the first coaching throughout the second week. The actions happen on the port of Cape City within the TNPA Maritime Coaching Centre.
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