Security Analyst and Risk Engineer; ABS Consulting
Mr. Iddins is a Security Analyst with more than 28 years' experience residing in the Pacific Northwest and supports the global government sector of ABS Consulting's office in Arlington Virginia. Mr. Iddins has been with ABS Consulting for over 7 years where he has supported projects for the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) researching and developing lessons learned and recommendations worldwide oil and gas industry Life Cycle Management programs, Failure Reporting systems, industry self-reporting systems as well as with the U.S. Coast Guard assisting with development and implementation of changes and updates to numerous National Port Vessel and Facility federal regulations and development of National Security Directives as they relate to the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) and the International Ship and Port Security Code (ISPS) as required by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Transportation.
Mr. Iddins has designed, developed, implemented, and evaluated training courses both domestically and internationally in; Leadership & Management, Search and Rescue, Law Enforcement and Port Security. He was the senior Instructor and course developer for the Coast Guards officer candidate school Leadership and Management program for three years and has delivered training content using a variety of media including: instructor-led, live training seminars, Webcasts and video podcasts.
Mr. Iddins has performed organizational assessments to identify, recommend, develop, and implement training and security programs and processes to support business objectives and organizational competencies.
Mr. Iddins has experience with the Liquefied Natural Gas industry in the areas of safety, storage, transportation, delivery and bunkering and was a co-author of the 2014 ABS initial Study and the 2015 update of the Bunkering of Liquefied Natural Gas-fueled Marine Vessels in North America. Mr. Iddins is a retired Coast Guard officer where he retired as a Lieutenant Commander with over 21 years of military service.