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The International Ship and Port Facilities Security Code (ISPS Code)

The International Ship and Port Facilities Security Code (ISPS Code)

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Foreword
The International Ship and Port Facilities Security Code (ISPS Code) represents the culmination of just over a year's intense work by IMO's Maritime Committee and its Maritime Security Working Group since thetwenty-second session of the Assembly adopted resolution A.924(22), on the review of measures and procedures to prevent acts of terrorism which threaten the security of passengers and crews and the safety of ships, in November 2001. The ISPS Code was adopted by one of the resolutions that were adopted on 12December 2002 by the Conference of Contracting Governments to the International Convention for theSafety of Life at Sea, 1974 (London, 9 to 13 December 2002). Another resolution also includes thenecessary amendments to chapters V and XI of SOLAS by which compliance with the Code will becomemandatory on 1 July 2004, if deemed accepted on 1 January 2004. The existing chapter XI of SOLAS wasamended and re-identified as chapter XI-1 and a new chapter XI-2 was adopted on special measures toenhance maritime security. The ISPS Code and these amendments to SOLAS are set out in this publication,as are other resolutions (relating to the work that will need to be completed before the Code can beimplemented in 2004 and the revision of the Code, technical co-operation, and co-operative work with theInternational Labour Organization and the World Customs Organization) that were adopted by theConference.The objectives of this Code are to establish an international framework involving co-operation betweenContracting Governments, Government agencies, local administrations and the shipping and port industriesto detect/assess security threats and take preventive measures against security incidents affecting ships or  port facilities used in international trade; to establish the respective roles and responsibilities of all these parties concerned, at the national and international level, for ensuring maritime security; to ensure the earlyand efficient collation and exchange of security-related information; to provide a methodology for securityassessments so as to have in place plans and procedures to react to changing security levels; and to ensureconfidence that adequate and proportionate maritime security measures are in place. The objectives are to beachieved by the designation of appropriate officers/personnel on each ship, in each port facility and in eachshipping company to prepare and to put into effect the security plans that will be approved for each ship and port facility. Parts A and B of the Code are, respectively, the mandatory requirements regarding the provisions of chapter XI-2 of SOLAS, 1974, as amended, and guidance regarding the provisions of chapter XI-2 of SOLAS, 1974, as amended, and part A of the Code.
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CONTENTS
Conference Resolution 2
:
 Adoption of the International Code for the Security of Ships and of  Port Facilities
...........................................................................10
International Code for the Security of Ships and of Port Facilities
12
Preamble
..................................................................................12
Part A:
 Mandatory requirements regarding the provisions of chapter XI-2 of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended 
1 General ...........................................................................15
 Introduction....................................................................
15
Objectives........................................................................
15
 Functional requirements.................................................
162 Definitions .....................................................................163 Application .....................................................................184 Responsibilities of Contracting Governments.................195 Declaration of Security ..................................................206 Obligations of the Company ..........................................217 Ship Security ..................................................................218 Ship Security Assessment ..............................................239 Ship Security Plan ..........................................................2410 Records ..........................................................................2711Company Security Officer..............................................2812 Ship Security Officer.......................................................2913 Training, drills and exercises on ship security ................3014 Port Facility Security ......................................................3115 Port Facility Security Assessment ..................................3216 Port Facility Security Plan ..............................................3417 Port Facility Security Officer .........................................3618 Training, drills and exercises on port facility security ....3719 Verification and Certification for Ships .........................38
Verifications....................................................................
38
 Issue or endorsement of Certificate.................................
39
 Duration and validity of Certificate................................
40
 Interim certification
........................................................42
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Appendix to Part AAppendix 1: Form of the International Ship Security Certificate45Appendix 2: Form of the Interim International Ship Security Certificate50
Part B:
Guidance regarding the provisions of chapter XI-2 of the annex to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended and Part A of this Code
1 Instruction ......................................................................52
General 
..........................................................................52
 Responsibilities of Contracting Governments
................53
Setting the security level 
.................................................54
The Company and the Ship
.............................................55
The port facility
..............................................................56
 Information and communication
....................................582 Definitions .....................................................................583 Application .....................................................................594 Responsibilities of Contracting Governments.................59
Security of assessments and plans
..................................59
 Designated authorities
...................................................59
 Recognized Security Organizations
................................59
Setting the security level 
.................................................61
Contact points and information on Port Facility Security Plans
63
 Identification documents
................................................64
 Fixed and floating platforms and mobile offshore drilling units on location
........................................................................................64
Ships which are not required to comply with part A of this Code
64
Threats to ships and other incidents at sea
....................65
 Alternative security agreements
.....................................66
 Equivalent arrangements for port facilities
....................69
Manning level 
.................................................................69
Control and compliance measures
..................................69
 Non-party ships and ships below convention size
 
...........745 Declaration of Security ..................................................746 Obligations of the Company ..........................................767 Ship Security ..................................................................778 Ship Security Assessment ..............................................77
Securiry assessment 
........................................................77
On-screen security survey
...............................................82
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