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Premium member Presentation Transcript ISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG What is the possible impact of the ISPS code on the messages controlled by SMDG?ISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG What is ISPS International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) code ‘Diplomatic Conference on Maritime Security’ held in London in December 2002 adopted new provisions in the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea Conference of contracting Governments to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 ISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Ships and Port Facilities can co-operate to detect and deter acts which threaten security in the maritime transport sector The Code will take effect on 1 July 2004 Contracting Governments and Administrations review and approve: Ship Security Plans Verification and certification of Ships Port Facility Security Assessments and Port Facility Security PlansISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Functional requirements: Gathering and assessing information with respect to security threats and exchanging such information with appropriate Contracting Governments Requiring the maintenance of communication protocols for ships and port facilities Preventing unauthorized access to ships, port facilities and their restricted areas Preventing the introduction of unauthorized weapons, incendiary devices or explosives to ships or port facilities Providing means for raising the alarm in reaction to security threats or security incidents Requiring ship and port facility security plans based upon security assessments Requiring training, drills and exercises to ensure familiarity with security plans and proceduresSlide5: X-Ray or Gamma Ray ScanningISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Ship Security – Security Level 1 Ensuring the performance of all ship security duties Controlling access to the ship Controlling the embarkation of persons and their effects Monitoring restricted areas to ensure that only authorized persons have access Monitoring of deck areas and areas surrounding the ship Supervising the handling of cargo and ship’s stores Ensuring that security communication is readily availableSlide7: Electronic Seal ReadersISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Port Facility Security – Security Level 1 Ensuring the performance of all port facility security duties Controlling access to the port facility Monitoring of the port facility, including anchoring and berthing areas Monitoring restricted areas to ensure that only authorized persons have access Supervising the handling of cargo and ship’s stores Ensuring that security communication is readily available Slide9: Pictures of each truck with container and OCR recognitionISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG For Ships and Port Facilities: Security Level 2 Additional protective measures Security Level 3 Further specific protective measures As described in part B of the Code.Slide11: CargocardISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG To be appointed: Company Security Officer May act as the company security officer for one or more ships. Ship Security Officer A ship security officer shall be designated on each ship. Port Facility Security Officer Will be designated for one or more port facilitiesSlide13: Nuclear radiation scanningISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Verification and certification for ships Each ship shall be subject to verification by officers of the Administration An International Ship Security Certificate shall be issued by the Administration ISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Statement of Compliance of a port facility Each port facility shall be subject to verification by officers of the Administration A statement of compliance of a port facility shall be issued by the Administration ISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Declaration of Security For use between a ship and a port facilityISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Will this affect EDI and how?? Should we consider: TDT segment, add (perhaps) security certificate number Issued by which government Date of issue NAD segment, add (perhaps) Statement of compliance number of the terminal Issued by which Government Date of issue ISPS and SMDG: ISPS and SMDG Any comments by the audience? Gamma ray scanning window You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.