Abu Sayyaf free two Indonesian fishermen - https://t.co/aJgiH1GH2P https://t.co/SgxbQogAt6 0
NIMASA’s satellite surveillance system down in 2017-Sources - https://t.co/pliohRm5ar https://t.co/S4PLLQeSvk 0
Nigerian govt reacts to Avengers’ threat to blow installations - https://t.co/0IpZzN6BrK https://t.co/VGsyTNSkmI 0
US troops support Somali forces on the ground, hit al-Shabaab terrorists from the sky - https://t.co/hqlxaNQ73W https://t.co/dI8SaAgxfH 0
After prison term for piracy, 41 Somali men fly back home - https://t.co/Z7BGVl8Wom https://t.co/qwUwt1hOX0 0
Illegal fuel market flourishes in Southeast Asia - https://t.co/fZ9OcDzRK4 https://t.co/cOK6MALOgF 0
17 Countries Participate in Piracy Meeting in Singapore - https://t.co/rP6eXy4J3u https://t.co/SUTlr9VByo 0
ReCAAP- Piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia 2017 - https://t.co/1u6l8LWE3i 1
Analysis: Shady triangle - Southeast Asia's illegal fuel market - https://t.co/1iF08un4Il https://t.co/ovmbxPzfR0 0
Crew of Hijacked Product Tanker Released - https://t.co/eLKhxAllIP https://t.co/mx030XLrLZ 1

Code of Conduct

Operational Excellence requires constant attention to countless details and human factors. Sea Guardian’s safety policy is based on 11 tenets of operation, a code of conduct that all maritime security team members and contractors use and those security team leaders and managers reinforce.
The Sea Guardian’s tenets are based on two principles:

Do it with safety. If not safe, do not do it at all.

Excellence is not an act. Excellence is a habit.

Code of Conduct

The Sea Guardian’s tenets of operation are: