Security, ISO/PAS 28007:2012, Business Continuity Management and Information Security Training Courses
Whether it is the safe keeping of information and data or the physical security of people and goods, organisations are looking for long term solutions to safeguard their assets. Implementing a reliable Security Management System will provide the right solutions for your security needs.
We offer ISO 27001 courses to help keep information assets secure, as well as training in the new Business Continuity Standard ISO 22301. Our ISO 28000 courses focus on the aspects critical to the security assurance of your supply chain.
ISO/PAS 28007:2012: “Ships and marine technology - Guidelines for Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSC) providing privately contracted armed security personnel (PCASP) on board ships.
The increased threat to commercial shipping by piracy in the Indian Ocean and other areas around the world has led to extensive use of Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSC) that supply Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel (PCASP) to provide security on board vessels transiting the high risk areas. Piracy is a clear and present menace; it poses a direct risk to life, erodes profitability and disrupts supply chains on an ongoing basis for the shipping companies and associated stakeholders.
ISO/PAS 28007:2012 as part of the ISO 28000:2007 family of security standards, gives guidelines containing additional sector specific requirements to private maritime security companies (PMSC’s) wishing to comply with ISO 28000:2007. Certification to these standards demonstrates to the international community that PMSC’s that supply privately contracted armed security personnel (PCASP) on board ships provide services that effectively manage the security threats of their operations, support the delivery of Best Management Practice (BMP 4), meet legal and other applicable requirements and provide effective armed security to the shipping sector.
Benefits of implementing ISO 28000 & ISOPAS 28007
· Minimise risk - reduce the risk of security incidents which could impact on the organisation and the services provided
- Reducing costs - identifying potential security threats, assessing and managing the risks reduces the probability or affect and overall risk to your bottom line
- Best practice - continual improvement of processes and outcomes will benefit organisations in the long term
- Stakeholder confidence - demonstrate your commitment to supply chain security, ability to deliver and ensure your customers' security
ISO 28000 Supply Chain Security management principles underpin all our Supply Chain Management System Training Courses. Our courses will help you to interpret and apply the requirements of ISO 28001 & the additional sector specific requirements of ISOPAS 28007 which apply only to PMSC’s providing armes security personnel on board ships.
The ISOPAS 28007 Appreciation and Interpretation Course provides an overview of both ISO 28000 & 28007. It's a suitable starting point for either the management team of a PMSC or management systems professionals looking to develop an understanding of the requirements of the supply chain security standard.
From the base line of information and understanding provided by the Appreciation & Interpretation Course delegates can learn how to become an effective internal auditor with the ISOPAS 28007 Internal Auditor Course. This course provides the basic auditor skills in the context of supply chain security management in the maritime sector and provides the skills and understanding to be able to support the internal monitoring of the security management system of the PMSC.