After the events of September 11, 2001, concerns were raised over the security of U.S ports, harbors and waterways. In response to the concerns over port security, Congress passed the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002. This act created a broad range of programs to improve the security conditions along ports and waterways, such as identifying and tracking vessels, assessing security programs and limiting access to secure areas. A number of executive agencies were delegated responsibilities to implement these programs and other provisions of this act.
Star Protection Agency has been assisting various facilities with their security responsibilities and compliance with this act.
Our complete training program is presented in cumulative modules to meet the needs of all of your company personnel: