Facility Security Officer Training
O'Brien's comprehensive security training course meets the 33 CFR 105 (USCG) and 49 CFR 172 (USDOT) requirements. Facility personnel will leave with a clear understanding of basic facility security measures and security duties. After completing the course, facility security officers, known as FSOs, will have a more a more in-depth level of training that focuses on facility security plans, assessing risks and vulnerabilities, threat identification and security equipment and systems.
Course content addresses the following areas of in...
Course content addresses the following areas of interest:
- Facility security plan overviews.
- Transportation Workers Identification Card (TWIC).
- Recognition and detection of dangerous goods and devices.
- Behavior patterns.
- Techniques used to circumvent security measures.
- Current security threats and patterns.
- Crowd management and control techniques.
- Security related communications.
- Emergency procedures and contingency plans.
- Operation and maintenance of security equipment and systems.
- Inspection, control and monitoring techniques.
- Physical screening, searches and non-intrusive inspections.
- Handling sensitive security information.
- Conducting security drills and exercises.
- Assessing security drills and exercise.
- Instruction techniques for security training.
- FSP regulatory overview.
- Declaration of security.
- Detailed facility security plan review and questionnaire.
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