Protect your employees and your cargo with Summit’s, Marine Facilities Security!
The Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA), regulated by the US Coast Guard, covers vessels and facilities operating on or adjacent to waters under the jurisdiction of the United States. 95% of our nation’s international cargo is transported by ships. The MSTA regulation will directly affect an estimated 10,000 vessels, 5,000 facilities, and 40 outer continental shelf facilities.
Summit’s exciting program, Marine Facilities Security, comprehensively covers the MTSA regulation and explains how it affects employees working in marine facilities. The program includes:
Filmed on site at a variety of maritime locations, this program will teach your employees to be aware of security issues and keep materials for shipment out of the wrong hands. Start training with this relevant program today!
- What is the MTSA Act?
- Potential security risks found in marine facilities
- The employees role in maintaining marine security
Includes facilitator guide, quiz, employee handbooks, and a PowerPoint™ presentation.