All members of IACS are required to demonstrate continued compliance with quality standards as determined by periodic audits.To promote maritime safety and clean seas, IACS and its individuals carry out research and development on marine-related topics, providing technical support and verifying compliance with published standards.The famous 'Old Bush Shiraz' is made from the vines dating back over 156 years. The large storage on the site enables us to sell the wine locally, nationally and internationally.A non-governmental organisation in the shipping industry, a classification society establishes and maintains technical standards for construction and operation of marine vessels and offshore structures.New entrants to the Security Industry now can complete an 11 day course including First Aid and receive a full Certificate II in Security Operations which will enable them to apply for a FULL 1ACE Security Licence.1A - Mobile / Static Guard 1C - Crowd Control and 1E - Controlroom / Monitoring (No additional Training requirements) Mutual Recognition Students - Is your Licence due to expire? Previous Licence Holders - Do you want to get your Security Licence back and you hold a PRS Qualification but no longer have a current licence?Following the Convention, RINA hosted the first conference of major societies in 1939 - attended by ABS, BV, DNV, GL, LR and NK - which agreed on further cooperation between the societies.A second major class society conference, held in 1955, led to the creation of working parties on specific topics and, in 1968, to the formation of IACS by seven leading societies.
It also carries out periodical survey of ships to ensure that they continue to meet the parameters of set standards.
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Classification societies are licensed by flag states to survey and classify ships and issue certificates on their behalf.
They classify and certify marine vessels and structures on the basis of their structure, design and safety standards.