At Reynolds Training Services, we’re happy to congratulate Teamwork Security for securing accreditation from the Department for Transport (DfT) to run their Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO) training online using the medium of Microsoft Teams®. This now allows Teamwork Security to continue to provide a full ISPS offering during the COVID 19 crisis.
Chris Amos, rirector of Teamwork Security, said: “I’m delighted that the DfT has now approved our “on-line” PFSO course and that the business is still able to offer its full range of ISPS support services to its customers during these difficult times.”
John Reynolds, managing director of Reynolds Training, welcomed the news, saying: “Security is a crucial part of the operation of any High Hazard facility and Teamwork Security are to be congratulated for their agile solution to training in the COVID 19 crisis.”
Teamwork Security offers a full range of ISPS and security consultancy services to the shore based maritime community, thereby enabling them to keep abreast of security risks and to implement measures to counteract the ever-increasing threat. Teamwork Security also works closely with the Maritime Security Resilience Division of the Department for Transport thereby ensuring that Teamwork’s clients are made aware of and adhere to the latest legislative changes and compliance requirements.
For more information, please contact Teamwork Security by visiting www.teamwork-security.co.uk