Maritime Security Identification Card Application

ClientView is one of the largest Australian government certified MSIC issuers.

Individual MSIC Application

Individual MSIC Application

Fill out the form to begin your application for Blue, White or Job Ready MSIC.

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We are a Certified issuing body for MSIC

Apply for an Individual MSIC

Are you looking to begin work in a port or any other high-security maritime area? If you are, you’ll need to acquire a Maritime Security Identification Card, otherwise known as a MSIC card. An MSIC card is the proof that your employer will need to prove that you’ve had a background check and that you’re all clear to work.

Fill out the online form

Fill out the online form

In order to get your MSIC card you will need to enter your contact details in the form above to quickly get underway with you application.

Choose one of our packages

Choose one of our packages

At Clientview, we have a range of packages designed to help people with different understanding of the MSIC application process and different time constraints. If you’ve got all the information you need, and you simply need your MSIC application approved, then our Standard option is the perfect option to get you an MSIC card as soon as possible.

Enjoy a stress-free application

Enjoy a stress-free application

Do you require assistance in understanding the MSIC process? Then our Premium Service packages is for you. With these, we aim to take all of the stress out of getting your MSIC card, walking you through the application process and completing most or all of the online processes for you. So, if you’re in need to a background check, don’t leave it until the last minute. Let Clientview help you complete the application process and get you your MSIC card st the earliest.

What is an MSIC?

A Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC) is a nationally-recognised security identification card which is used in the maritime industry. An MSIC shows that you have been subjected to a background check and are, therefore, cleared to enter and work unescorted or unmonitored in maritime security zones of ports, ships, offshore oil and gas facilities, and similarly classified sites.

MSICs have a validity of 2 to 4 years, depending on the type of card you apply for.

Who needs an MSIC?

A person is operationally required to hold an MSIC if his or her profession, occupation, or business interests involve, or will require him or her to have unescorted or unmonitored entry into designated maritime security zones within ports, on or around ships, and on and around offshore facilities, at least once in a year.

What is a Job-Ready MSIC?

If you are looking to work in the maritime industry, you can conveniently apply for a Job-Ready MSIC. In doing so, you can avoid the hassle of obtaining one in a hurry when you are already employed.

Read the FAQ for more information.

What is an MSIC?

A Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC) is a nationally-recognised security identification card which is used in the maritime industry. An MSIC shows that you have been subjected to a background check and are, therefore, cleared to enter and work unescorted or unmonitored in maritime security zones of ports, ships, offshore oil and gas facilities, and similarly classified sites.

MSICs have a validity of 2 to 4 years, depending on the type of card you apply for.

Who needs an MSIC?

A person is operationally required to hold an MSIC if his or her profession, occupation, or business interests involve, or will require him or her to have unescorted or unmonitored entry into designated maritime security zones within ports, on or around ships, and on and around offshore facilities, at least once in a year.

What is a Job-Ready MSIC?

If you are looking to work in the maritime industry, you can conveniently apply for a Job-Ready MSIC. In doing so, you can avoid the hassle of obtaining one in a hurry when you are already employed.

Read the FAQ for more information.