IAMSP is pleased to announce another milestone in our efforts to raise the level of professionalism within the maritime security industry. The Guidance on the Establishment of a Corporate Training Continuum for Ship Security Services provides clear and concise guidance to companies that intend to (or are) delivering armed security services on board vessels. With […]
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As many are aware, a viral video has circulated that shows a number of security personnel on board a commercial vessel engaging small craft in a manner that is, at best, questionable in terms of Rules on the Use of Force. IAMSP received the link to this video as well as expressions of concern regarding […]
IAMSP congratulates ASIS International on the acceptance of the PSC.1 Standard for the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers into the ANSI system of standards. This achievement was a truly remarkable effort under the coordination of Dr Marc Siegel of ASIS International's standards development body that brought together representatives of foreign governments, the […]
IAMSP is pleased to release its guidance regarding the minimum size of security teams. This guidance, in line with that provided by the IMO when determining safe manning levels on board vessels, insurance companies that have worked to address fatigue issues in ship crews and credible maritime security organizations such as the USCG and others, […]
We are pleased to announce that the MSB Group Ltd project has completed its pilot project and passed its oversight markers. The MSB Group is a coalition of likeminded states and private entities that have come together to offer a clearly legal and supported logistical structure. IAMSP, as the senior community of maritime security professionals available at the […]