We Are Regulatory Compliance Specialists
Maritime Defense Strategy LLC consultants are regulatory compliance specialists who work with the oil, gas, and chemical manufacturing industry in order to develop appropriate policies and management systems to manage risks such as environmental, security, and new regulations.
Our senior-level consultants offer expertise in the fields of training, consulting, organizational development, audits and Assessments to clients operating in time sensitive workplace environments.
Based along the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Maritime Defense Strategy LLC, has built a solid reputation for professionalism, efficiency and high level of service.
Our Audit & Training Services
- MTSA Security Compliance – Exercise, Drills, Audits, TWIC Compliance
- MTSA Training – Facility Security Officer, Personnel with Security Duties
- Special Event Planning – U.S. Naval Ship Commissionings
- Cyber Security Policy & Procedure Development
- Facility Security Plan Creation, Re-Submits and Amendments
- USCG Compliance – Operation Manuals, Oil Spill Response Plans, and OP 90 Exercises
- Liaison with Regulatory Agencies – USCG, EPA, DOT, and MARAD
- Emergency Management – Active Shooter Policy & Procedure Development
We cater to clients from the likes of Boeing, Ergon, Zenith Energy, NuStar, United Launch Alliance, Chevron, Dupont and five out of the top 25 producing ports in the country.
Let Us Help You
Maritime Defense Strategy LLC never charges by the hour for documentation or for phone calls. We only charge for a service rendered and only after you have approved a written proposal.
If you have any questions about what Maritime Defense Strategy LLC can do for you, give us a call or contact us online. Our initial consultation is free. The 2-minute video below provides a quick overview of how Maritime Defense Strategy and Ephesians Security can enhance the security of your facility and improve compliance.
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Recent Security Briefs from Our Blog
There has been an increase in cyberattacks on companies critical to the global supply chain. Container ships and freight planes are now being targeted in different ways.
Details on the updated frequently asked questions published as voluntary guidance for complying with Navigation and Vessel Inspection Circular 01-20.
The Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Prevention Policy has published Marine Safety Information Bulletin 02-21 Change 5 “COVID-19 Safety Requirements in the Maritime Transportation System.”
Update for companies who are looking for U.S. Coast Guard-approved training. Details on course and programs available for most of 2022.
Sexual assault is a crime. When the assault occurs onboard a U.S. documented vessel, the Coast Guard must be notified.
RAND Corporation research report offering a comprehensive security assessment of the TWIC Program. Key findings and recommendations are included.