Who should attend
- Senior officers of port authorities
- Government officials
- Maritime safety, security and environment professionals
- Maritime lawyers and regulators
- Port stakeholders (including municipal stakeholders)
- Shipping company agents
- Importers and exporters
- Dockyard personnel
- Shipyard managers and high ranking officers
About the course
Maritime security must be a coordinated effort between public, private and international entities if it is to effectively address all threats. Together with other international participants, we will closely examine the information, methods, technology and resources required to strengthen national security, especially in relation to ports.
- Strategies of Maritime Security
- The Maritime World Laws: Challenges and Threats
- Ports and Shipping Counter-Terrorism
- Maritime Terrorism: Current Threat Assessment
- Maritime Terrorism and Piracy
- Maritime Security Policy and Responsibilities
- Port Security Administration and Implementation
- Security Assessment and Security Plan
- Hazardous Materials and Dangerous Cargo
- Technological Tools for Security Checks
- Unconventional Terrorism
BA in Political Science and Geography. MBA in Business Administration. Served in the Israeli Navy for 25 years. Former Commanding Officer of missile boats and missile boats squadrons and Former Israeli Navy Training Base Commander. Commanding Officer of the Command and Control Unit of the Israeli...
Naval Capt. (Ret.) Arie Gavish BA, History, Tel Aviv University. MA, Political Science, Haifa University. Graduated: Command Staff Army Academy; National Security Army Academy and Israel Nautical College. Formerly: Haifa Port Manager: Shipping & Ports Administration, Ministry of Transport: I...
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