Port Solutions

Scarlet West Coast Security actively assists in the prevention of unlawful interference with marine transportation systems and reduces the risk of security threats ensuring the safe movement of port traffic. 

Scarlet West Coast Security’s advanced in-house technology and knowledgeable workforce of security professionals with job specific training and appropriate marine transportation security clearance provides optimal security personnel effectiveness. The result is a flexible and robust solution that is easy to maintain, adapt and improve to meet changing or growing needs.
This high level of service is achieved by building on Scarlet Corporate Group’s well established experience providing Oil and Gas SiteSecurity, Industrial sites, Airport Security, Remote Camp Security, Work Alone Technology and K-9 Drug and Alcohol Detection solutions

How we do it

While Scarlet West Coast Security Port Solutions is an extension of our other excellent security solutions, we also understand and recognize unique and increased security requirements of marine port operations.  This means the development of a workforce of high level security professionals including the implementation of a rigorous, specialized training program for all security personnel.  ScarletWest Coast Security in-house training academy provides this program in conjunction with Scarlet Corporate Group’s other securitytraining opportunities. 
Scarlet West Coast Security starts with individuals who meet the background check requirements for port workers consistent with the Marine Transportation Security Clearance Program. Our training provides these individuals access to industrial security services training, including advanced situational awareness training and additionally addresses the need for port workers requiring specific transportation security clearance to gain access to certain restricted areas including: 

  1. Areas containing controls for security and surveillance equipment and systems and for lighting systems;
  2. Areas in passenger terminals, that are land areas adjacent to vessels docking at the marine facility; 
  3. Areas designated for loading, unloading or storage of cargo, passengers, 
  4. baggage and ships' stores; and 
  5. Other restricted area designated by the Port Authority as requiring clearance.

This training program paired with our modern surveillance and communication systems makes it possible to effectively optimize thesecurity of the port and port traffic.