PMSC Overview Training

ABP Southampton

The Port Marine Safety Code (PMSC) was developed in response to the need for the safe and efficient running of ports, the first edition of the PMSC was released in 2000.

A thorough understanding of the Code allows marine managers and duty holders to structure and manage their operations in-line with industry best practice standards.

Effective implementation and adherence to the Code provides marine facilities owners and operators with a uniform set of principles, applicable to Ports, Harbours and other marine facilities regardless of their unique differences.

Course overview

The course explores why the PMSC has become an essential part of safe port marine operations and management, covering organisational structure, obligations, duty holder responsibilities and marine activity control.

Delivered by members of our experienced Maritime team, the principles of the code are explained with context, covering a variety of scenarios and examples from a range of marine facilities.

Through delivery of this course the guiding document on governance and management of the shore-side and marine interface is explained, highlighting the requirements placed on the duty holder and their representatives.

Who should attend?

Anyone with governance or management responsibilities within a marine setting, or those working in the Ports sector.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course, attendees will understand:

  • The principles of the PMSC
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Practical application of the code
  • Further guidance available

Course dates

Scheduled to your timescale.

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