The Ports of Oslo, Kristiansand and Stavanger
Make sure everyone who enters the port has passed a basic security course.
Used no-code tools to create www.ispskurs.no, an online, ISPS-compliant course about security in the port.
In a port, there are many moving pieces – heavy freight and cargo, tight ropes, ships, trucks and trucklifts all pose security threats to people who move around the port area. Therefore, everyone who enters the port must take basic security measures for themselves and others, as required by the International Ship and Port Facility (ISPS) Code.
Ensuring ISPS compliance is a tedious process for many ports around the world. Therefore, the Ports of Oslo, Kristiansand and Stavanger challenged us to make a simple, automated and cost-effective way to make sure everyone who entered the port had completed a basic ISPS safety exam.
We were up for the task, and we decided to solve it using no-code tools.
To create an online course for ISPS security in the port, we completed a wide range of tasks, both technical and creative.
We called our video production friend Daniel, and filmed a set of instructional videos about port security (using a professional voice actor for good measure!)
We used an online course building platform to create set of quizzes that had to be passed in order to complete the course.
Finally, we used no-code tools like Zapier and Airtable to automate back-end processes such as sending out certificates of completion, providing the port authorities with an overview of people who have passed the course and can rightfully enter the port, gathering feedback about the course, and so on.
2000 course completions and counting
As of this writing, over 2000 people have successfully completed the ISPS course, and several other Norwegian ports now use our course to ensure their ISPS compliance needs are met.
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