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 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.