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06 February 2014

The Security Association for the Maritime Industry (SAMI) has reported that its recent “ISO28007: Lessons Learned” seminar attracted a near capacity crowd.

The event took place on 29 January 2014 on board HQS Wellington, which is SAMI’s head office and home to the Honourable Company of Master Mariners.

The 100+ audience heard about the latest developments on the ISO standard for maritime security from a roster of speakers including:

  • Peter Cook, SAMI CEO

  • Giles Noakes, Head of Security at BIMCO

  • Robin Townsend, ISO/PAS 28007 Project Leader

  • David Hayward, UKAS Project Leader for ISO/PAS 28007

  • Robert Missen, European Commission Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport, Head of Unit A-4 Land and Maritime Security

  • Ron Bishop of LRQA

  • Tony Chattin of MSS Global

  • Steve Cameron of RTI Forensics

  • David Hammond, author of the 100 Series Rules for the Use of Force

In the seminar debrief report on its website (www.seasecurity.org), SAMI commented: "Perhaps the clearest outcome from the seminar was the importance of engagement. Indeed, it was felt that by bringing all stakeholders together, it is far easier to prompt positive development, and find solutions which can deliver for all parties.

"It has been stated that ISO PAS 28007 is the quickest ever standard to reach the publicly availiable specification (PAS) stage. Much of this rapid progress has been based on the groundwork performed by the maritime security industry, and the importance of events such as this."

 

Click here to access SAMI's debrief report on the seminar (document hosted on SAMI's website).

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