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CORPORATE OVERVIEW Increase of threats as terrorism at sea and the piracy has been spiritus movens of founding in 2007 Maritime Safety & Security LTD, the only company in Poland involved into maritime security industry. Our core field of activities is training centre where you can take part in professional courses, compulsory for obtaining employment as security guard on board. The highest level of our services prove introduced ISO system and possibility of conducting training courses in accordance with STCW convention. For contents look after professional teaching staff having experience









NOMINATION, MV SIRIUS STAR), what is more there are professional police negotiator, psychologist specialized in PTSD (post trauma stress disorder) treatment and special forces officers, fluent in tactical operations on board with wide knowledge of piracy. Last but not least is our most important however still developing element – security services for vessels. Wide spectrum of experience of our vessel protection team members let us adjust the offer for each specific client. Carefully selected operators have rich tactical experience in Special Forces units and are able to work as both armed guards and unarmed consultants. The founder of company is LCDR (R) Sebastian Kalitowski, former team leader of combat divers in Formoza unit and operational officer of Polish Military Intelligence.

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Maritime Safety & Security TRAINING CENTRE

Established in June of 2009 with the idea of creating new standards and quality for security education issue. Our goal is to provide high quality courses conducted by experts who have got experience by serving in naval Special Forces, commanding vessels at sea or working as negotiator or psychologist. We hope that knowledge we provide will help you at sea,

QUALITY Maritime Safety & Security is certified training centre. We have ISO 9001:2008 for Anti - piracy trainings and courses approved by STCW convention. Beside we are certified in maritime security operations

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OUR EXPERTS - LCDR ( R ) Sebastian Kalitowski: Graduated from the Military Naval Academy at the Navigation and Warship Armoury Department, and also from the University of Social Psychology in Warsaw. He served in the Navy as a combat diver and a commander of the special combat diver unit in Formoza unit. A participant in a stability mission in Kosovo. He spent 1.5 years in the Balkans, realizing the tasks connected with counter-terrorism and fighting international organized crime. His interests are connected with the tactics of anti-terrorist actions at sea and the security and protection of ships and port facilities, as well as psychological aspects of terrorism. A lecturer at the University of Szczecin. A yacht and motorboat captain, hand-to-hand combat instructor and paratrooper. - CPT. Piotr Budzynowski: Commander of MV BELUGA NOMINATION— ship hijacked for 82 days. That was one of the most ruthless incidents in 2011; - CPT. Marek Niski: Since he has worked for foreign ship owners. At 1990 he started working at Norwegian tankers. Afterwards he has started service for middle eastern tanker owners where he remains employed until now. He was promoted by both companies to the rank of captain. As a captain he was involved in construction of the VLCC tanker at shipyard in Korea. In 2008 CPT Marek NISKI commanded VLCC Sirius Star – one of the biggest ships ever hijacked by Somali pirates at high seas, far from declared “high risk area”. He managed to bring home all his crew and the ship with minor damages. Last ship owner’s opinion: “one of our most senior captains and a man we want to keep with us”. - CPT. ( R ) Robert Pawłowski: Former member of Polish naval forces Formoza. He has spent there 13 years of duty. Veteran of wars in Persian Gulf and Afghanistan. Further experience he has gained at close protection field. Advisor in the project related to Afghan police training. Specialist in tactical training and consulting; - LCDR ( R ) Krzysztof Suchomski: Former naval special forces unit Formoza operator and commander of special tasks section. Served in Special Operations Command and Control Element in Afghanistan as planning officer. Founder of training centres Excalibur and S.W.A.T. - PhD mjr Angelika Szymańska: Military psychologist currently on active duty. At 2003 she got her PHD in military psychology. For a couple of years she has been involved into preparations of military professionals for combat missions – among the others deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. She also works with families of deployed soldiers, as well as with the families of wounded and killed in action. Her area of interest is psychology of terrorism and posttraumatic stress disorder. Her professional experience also includes counceling for piracy victims.

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BASIC SAFETY TRAINING STCW 95 Set of four courses compulsory for every seaman who works on board. All of the trainings are based on models issued by IMO 1.13, 1.19, 1.20, 1.21 · Personal Survival Techniques—20 hours; · Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting—16 hours; · Elementary First Aid—12 hours; · Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities—23 hours; After attendance and passing final tests, participants obtain international certificates issued by Polish authority (Maritime Office). Attendants are needed to wear sport clothes for exercises in the water. *Certificate of Basic Safety Training STCW 95 is obligatory for all who want to issue Seaman’s book (seafarer’s passport) and is valid for 5 years. ** We can carry out renewing Basic Safety Training STCW 95 in 28 hours (7 hours each).

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SHIP SECURITY OFFICER Regarding with high amount of pirate attacks at sea, the need of security guards has been increased. However, to make security guards credible and efficient on board, they have to gain specific knowledge about piracy and permissions letting work at the vessel. The most essential document confirming preparation for work as MarSec OPERATOR is SSO certificate. Training is conducted in accordance with STCW. It’s programme is based on IMO course 3.19 and takes 16 hours. The most important issues what will be considered at the classes are: · Ship Security Plan · Threat Identification, Recognition and Response · Ship Security Assessment After full attendance and positive result of final tests participants will receive international certificate issued by Polish authority (Maritime Office). * To issue certificate, one photograph 35x45mm is needed.

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ANTI – PIRACY & BMP 4 (SSO Supplement)

This course is to provide general knowledge of intelligence situation about piracy in HoA as history and current state of Somali pirates, their modus operandi and equipment. Anti—piracy training course is based on international guidance BMP4 (Best Management Practices against Somali based Piracy). Attendants can get to known with means of passive and active means of security on board, procedures and conditions of conducting maritime security operations and how to cooperate with all the crew, especially officers and how to keep liaison with information centres in case of pirate attack and hostage situation.

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ON BOARD TACTICAL TRAINING Tactical activities for all who have never worked on board may be very complex. Although long hours spent at different tactical trainings in military, police or training centres are very useful, MarSec OPERATORS should get to known with new environment what is the vessel to be able to use their whole potential at work. Course is prepared by Maritime Safety & Security experts who are the former operators in naval special forces unit Formoza. Training is divided into 2 parts. Part 1: · Ship construction familiarization; · Anti – Piracy audit preparation; · Specification and job description of Vessel Protection Team; · Ship Security during entering the High Risk Area; · Examples of Rules of Engagement for Vessel Protection Teams. Part 2: · Vessel construction usage for tactical activities on board; · Ship security exercises on board; · Basic VBSS operations; - Boarding operations; - Clearing rooms and CQB.

*All attendants are needed to bring their own tactical wear.

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MARITIME TACTICAL CASUALTY CARE Anti – piracy operations more often are finished with casualties. Sometimes even fatalities. In difficult logistical conditions at sea, fast doctor’s help may be impossible, especially during pirate attack if one of operators get injured. Training programme consists of 2 parts: I. General Emergency Medical Support - Immediate Life Support - Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation - Use of Automatic External Defibrillator (AEG)

II. Tactical Maritime Combat Casualty Care - Care Under Fire - Tactical Field Care - Tactical Emergency Medical Support - Combat Evacuation Casualty Care

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FIREARMS TRAINING This is a perfect opportunity to familiarise the attendants with environment of shooting on board. Shooting range will be prepared to imitate conditions the same as at the vessel. Training do include: - shooting from the height; - shooting to the aims imitating pirate units; - elements of dynamic shooting; - adjusting weapons and ammunitions to maritime security conditions.

Training Participants do not receive the weapons only for the shooting time but each Training Participant receives AK 47 (the most popular weapon in vessel protection teams) for the whole training time and is fully responsible for this weapon.

Requirements: - participants shall bring to the Training their own duty belts. - training takes place independently of the weather conditions. - participants shall have the clothes to change.

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RYA VHF On board the vessel, liaison for security team is one of the most crucial issues at work. This course is to provide the knowledge of operating VHF device as sending and receiving messages, choosing specific channels or procedures in case of making mistake (accidental message MAYDAY) or repairing it if it is broken. Certificate of attendance will be issued by Royal Yachting Association (RYA) * Attendants are needed to provide: 1 photo 35 x 45mm; 30 GBP (in cash) for issuing the certificate;

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BASIC RADAR COURSE Goal of the course is to gain the knowledge of basic usage of radar devices. Attendants will familiarize with the most important functions of radar and its limitations. Theoretical and practical preparation will help security teams for reading the most important information by himself as: Course, speed and CPA (Closest Point of Approach); Detecting potential target vessels; Making situational analysis (reading the courses and checking the distance between the objects; Probability of small targets detection; Differences in radars (depending on frequencies); Interruptions on radar view.

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OUR BASE Camping Marina PTTK is a four star venue situated at the lakeside in Polish city Szczecin where Maritime Safety & Security will conduct MarSec OPERATOR courses. Distance from railway station is about 8 kilometers, where it is possible to take train or bus to airports in Berlin.

ACCOMMODATION Venue offers for attendants accommodation in well done bungalows prepared for all seasons hosting. There are bathrooms and toilets in the rooms and wi-fi connection. At the place there is restaurant where there will be given food.

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- BST STCW 95 (renewal); - SSO; I WEEK COURSE - Anti Piracy+BMP4; 5 days EUR1800 - On Board Tactical Training 1 part; - Tactical Maritime Casualty Care. - BST STCW 95; - SSO; - Anti Piracy+BMP4; - On Board Tactical Training 2 parts; II WEEKS COURSES 12 days EUR3000 - Tactical Maritime Casualty Care; - Fire arms Training (300 rounds)**; - RYA VHF; - Basic Radar Course. - BST STCW 95; CERTIFICATION 8 days EUR1500 - SSO. CERITICATION - BST STCW 95 (renewal); 4 days EUR1200 (RENEWAL) - SSO. - BST STCW 95 BASIC TRAINING 6 days EUR850 - MTCC BASIC TRAINING - BST STCW 95 (renewal) 3 days EUR600 (RENEWAL) - MTCC - SSO; 2 days EUR550 - BMP4; 1 day EUR350 - MTCC 1 day EUR300 SEPARATELY - Tactical Training part 1 1 day EUR450 (accommodation & - Tactical training part 2 1 day EUR450 food not included) - VHF 1 day EUR350 - Radar 1 day EUR350 - Fire arms (300 rounds) 1 day EUR450 - Fire arms (600 rounds) 1 day EUR650 - Food and accommodation; - Printed course materials; PRICE INCLUDES - Translation into English; - Costs of issuing the documents. * Note: 30% of total amount is needed to pay in advance (USD required) ** Amount of rounds of bullets for Fire arms training is negotiable. There is possibility to provide more. Rates will be adjusted to amount of ordered bullets.

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I Week course: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday STCW STCW STCW SSO SSO MTCC BMP4 Tactics II Week course: 1st week

Monday STCW

2nd week Monday SSO BMP4

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday STCW STCW STCW STCW Tuesday SSO Tactics p1

Wednesday Thursday Tactics p2 Radar

Saturday Sunday STCW X

Friday VHF

Saturday Sunday

CONTACT DETAILS ADDRESS: Dębogórska st. 22, 71-717 Szczecin, POLAND PHONE: +48 602 710 849 EMAIL: SKYPE: maritime-security

International Association of Counter Terrorism Security Professionals

International Code of Conduct for Private Security Services Providers

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