ISPS Code: International Ship and Port Facility Security Code and SOLAS Amendments 2002 Adopted 12 December 2002

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International Maritime Organization, Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 141 pages
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The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code), adopted in December 2002, seeks to: establish an international framework for co-operation between governments and government agencies, local authorities and shipping and port industries to detect and assess security threats and take preventive measures against security incidents affecting ships or port facilities used in international trade; to establish relevant roles and responsibilities at the national and international level for ensuring maritime safety; and to enable efficient collation and exchange of security-related information. These objectives are to be achieved by the designation of appropriate personnel on each ship, in each port facility and in each shipping company to prepare assessments and effect security plans. This publication includes the ISPS Code, relevant amendments to the SOLAS (International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea) Convention and other resolutions.

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Contents

Adoption of the International Code
1
Records
15
Port facility security plan
20
Appendix to part
30
Guidance regarding the provisions of chapter XI2
37
Responsibilities of Contracting Governments
43
Declaration of Security
55
Ship security plan
61
Identification selection and prioritization of counter
79
Restricted areas within the port facility
86
Monitoring the security of the port facility
92
Appendix to part
99
Adoption of amendments
105
Other Conference resolutions
125
Establishment of appropriate measures to enhance
132
Early implementation of longrange ships identification
139

Training drills and exercises on ship security
73
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