Meet Regulations and Support Professional Development
It’s a given that seaports must meet federal training requirements, but simply meeting minimum requirements is no longer an option in today’s competitive environment. Businesses are doing more with less. Training is no exception. With PortStar, planning worksheets indicate which lessons are required. Required lessons can be combined to create a core course for new hires.
|Port Employees||MSA||33 CFR 105.215||AWR-1|
|Security Officers||FPSSD||33 CFR 105.210||PER-2|
|Security Officer Supervisors||MGT-3|
|Law Enforcement Officers||FPSSD||33 CFR 105.210||PER-4|
|Law Enforcement Supervisors||MGT-5|
|Facility Security Officers||PFSO||33 CFR 105.205||MGT-7|
|Port & Facility Management||33 CFR 105.200||MGT-8|
The lessons marked “optional” on the worksheets are for professional development. They cover topics like situation awareness, decision making, and conflict resolution. Using the worksheets, training managers can quickly create a training plan for each audience and have confidence that it will provide the knowledge and skills for effective port security.
|Required for 33 CFR||Professional Development||
|Security Officer Supervisors||24||24|
|Law Enforcement Officers||14||88||102|
|Law Enforcement Supervisors||41||41|
|Facility Security Officers||38||117||155|
|Port & Facility Management||15||50||65|