In addition to the requirements for facility personnel with security duties in § 105.210, screening personnel at cruise ship terminals must demonstrate knowledge, understanding,
and proficiency in the following areas as part of their security-related familiarization—
(a) Historic and current threats against the cruise ship industry;
(b) Relevant portions of the TSP and FSP;
(c) The purpose and contents of the cruise ship terminal PIL;
(d) Specific instruction on screening methods and equipment used at the cruise ship terminal;
(e) Terminal-specific response procedures when a dangerous substance or device is detected;
(f) Additional screening requirements at increased MARSEC levels; and,
(g) Any additional topics specified in the facility's approved TSP.
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