Below you will find some more information on the types of services that we provide. As Consultants, we work for you, so we can create bespoke products tailored for your needs.
This course is aimed at Port Facility Personnel with security duties but it can also be delivered to anyone working within the maritime sector to increase knowledge and awareness in terms of Maritime Security.
The course covers the following topics:
This one day course is delivered at your facility by our DfT approved Port Facility Security Officers.
We provide tuition at your location covering the following nautical subjects:
As a bespoke service, we tailor a training package to suit your organisations requirements.
Social Engineering is any act that influences a person to take an action that may or may not be in his or her best interests. It takes the way humans are wired to make decisions and exploits the vulnerabilities in those processes. The goal of Social Engineering is to get you to make a decision without thinking. The more you think, the more you are likely to realise you are being manipulated.
This bespoke course will be tailored to suit your organisational requirements. We cover:
The best way to prevent a Social Engineering attack is to understand what Social Engineering is, that way you are less likely to fall victim to it.
Suitable for either senior management or front line employees, we will deliver a bespoke training package covering the following subjects:
Crisis............. "A time of intense difficulty or danger" or "A time when a difficult or important decision must be made."
Royal Marines Commandos thrive in times of crisis. Reason being, they train in stress induced scenarios and from early on in Commando training they are trained to adapt to overcome and always to find a solution and to never give up. This ethos has continued within Littoral Risk and one that we want to pass on to Maritime Organisations.
How can your Organisation be expected to deal with a crisis when it's people have never been trained to deal with one? By understanding your Organisation, we will create a bespoke package to test/train your staff at all levels using realistic scenarios at your location. This can be run from a classroom or on the ground/afloat as necessary.
As time is money, we appreciate that making time in a busy schedule for this training is challenging for any Organisation, that's why we can deliver this training to suit you, whether it is for half a day or longer, we will work with you to achieve the agreed objectives.
The PSA is a comprehensive survey that is carried out by our experienced Consultants. Initially involving a detailed familiarisation of the Organisation to identify the Key Outputs and Critical Assets, it is then followed by a thorough physical inspection of the Site including the waterside infrastructure. On completion of the inspection a detailed report (the PSA) will summarise all the information discovered and will identify vulnerabilities to the Organisation and ultimately provide recommendations to mitigate these threats. These recommendations may include acquiring new or upgrading existing security equipment such as Cameras, Lighting, Perimeter Intruder Detection Systems (PIDS), Fences, Gates, Doors, Access Control Systems, Maritime Barriers, Shredders and Safes etc.... We can also assist with amending or creating new Security Operating Procedures that mitigate the identified threats.
Some of the Organisations that should consider this service are: Marinas, Ports, Harbour Masters, Coastal Rescue Sites, Beachfront Hotels, Offshore Wind Farms, Marine Conservation Forward Operating Bases, Oil and Gas Installations etc....
As this is a bespoke Service this product can be adapted as necessary to accommodate your requirements. Remember, as independent Consultants, we do not sell security systems but provide objective, professional advice on how you can better protect your people, information, and other assets.
Ultimately, we work for you to identify ways you can improve your security.
The Port Facility Security Assessment, as defined by the International Ship and Port Facility (ISPS) Code 2004, is an essential and integral part of the process of developing and updating the Port Facility Security Plan (PFSP). It addresses the following elements within the Port Facility: 1. Physical Security. 2. Structural Integrity. 3. Personnel protection systems. 4. Procedural Policies. 5. Radio and Telecommunication systems, including computer systems and networks. 6. Relevant transportation infrastructure. 7. Utilities. etc...
The Port Facility Security Plan, as defined by the International Ship and Port Facility (ISPS) Code 2004, shall be developed and maintained, on the basis of a Port Facility Security Assessment, for each port facility, adequate for the ship/port interface. The plan shall make provisions for the three Security Levels, as defined in Part A of the ISPS Code. All PFSPs should: 1. Detail the security organisation of the port facility. 2. The organisation's links with other relevant authorities. 3. Detail the measures for each of the three security levels. etc...
This Service is different from the Physical Site Security Assessment as it is not looking solely at the Physical Security of your Site but instead looking at the Threats and Vulnerabilities to your Organisation as a whole.
As a bespoke product, the scope of this service can vary depending on your Organisation. In general, an experienced Consultant will first of all need to familiarise themselves with your Organisation identifying all the Key Outputs and Operating Procedures. Following this a detailed study of potential vulnerabilities and threats to your "Business as Usual" will be identified and contained within a comprehensive report (the Maritime Threat and Vulnerability Assessment) recommending control measures in order to mitigate them
This Service is suitable to any Organisation that operates in the Maritime Environment, whether afloat or ashore.
As defined by the industry leading Security Risk Management Company Frontier Risks, a Country Risk Assessment (CRA) is a tool for scoring a specific area or region in terms of risk. In accordance with ISO 31000, the CRA is one of the first tasks conducted in the Scope, Context, Criteria phase. Once scored, this will give an indication of the risk factors to be expected in a given country or region.
Travel Risk Management is similar to a Country Risk Assessment, as it will score a specific area or region in terms of risk, but it will then develop further by recommending protective security measures for the safekeeping of people, property, and information while temporarily based, or in transit outside of an organisation's normal area of operations.
As an employer, you’re required by law to protect your employees, and others, from harm. Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, the minimum you must do is:
With sound knowledge of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, we will create a bespoke Workplace Risk Assessment for your organisation to help you fulfil your responsibilities and keep your employees, the public and your reputation safe.