Tag: 15th biennial harbor safety committee and area maritime security committee conference

9/5/2014: 2014 HSC and AMSC Conference- presentations posted

The Transportation Research Board published Power Point presentations from the 15th Biennial Harbor Safety Committee and Area Maritime Security Committee Conference.

9/2/2014: 2014 AMSC Conference- 21st Century waterway: Future of navigation

Coast Guard provides updates on the future of navigation at the 15th Biennial Harbor Safety Committee and Area Maritime Security Committee conference.

8/28/2014: AMSC Conference- Continuing and new challenges to port safety and security

Coast Guard provides updates on continuing and new challenges to port safety and security at the 15th Biennial Harbor Safety Committee and Area Maritime Security Committee conference.

8/28/2014: 2014 AMSC Conference- Coast Guard promotes resiliency within the maritime community

Coast Guard provides updates on resiliency in the maritime community at the 15th Biennial Harbor Safety Committee and Area Maritime Security Committee conference.

8/27/2014: 2014 AMSC Conference- Resiliency planning for ports

Coast Guard provides updates on resiliency planning, identification of threats, assignment of threat probability and estimation of consequences at the 15th Biennial Harbor Safety Committee and Area Maritime Security Committee conference.

8/27/2014: 2014 AMSC Conference awards presentation and energy revolution, mariner situational awareness and cyber security

Coast Guard Deputy Commandant for Operations presents Area Maritime Security Committee and Harbor Safety Committee of the Year awards and speaks on energy revolution, improving mariner situational awareness and cyber security at the HSC and AMSC Conference.

8/27/2014: 15th Biennial Harbor Safety Committee and Area Maritime Security Committee Conference

The Transportation Research Board held the 15th Biennial Harbor Safety Committee and Area Maritime Security Committee Conference, in Philadelphia, Pa. August 26-27th, 2014.

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