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Nathalin Group

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MSC - Marine Survitec Company

 

 
 
 

 

 

Nathalin Group

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Ship Security Plan Page 1

Ship Security Plan

 

Ship Name :_____________________

 

IMO Number:_______________________

 

Company Name:________________________________

 

Established:________________________

 

Revised:______________________

 

 


 

Record of Revision

 

Version

Revised date

Revised part:

Reason of revision:

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2003/8/1

All

Newly established

 

 

Contents

Section

Item

Page

1

Company Security Policy

1

2

Definitions

1

3

Particulars of Ship(s) and Company

3

4

Security Responsibility of Ship, Company, Port Facility, Interacting Ships, Relevant Authority and Others

3

5

Organization and Responsibilities

6

6

Declaration of Security

10

7

Security Measure

11

8

Access point, Restricted Area and List of Measures to Prevent Unauthorized Access

17

9

Responding Procedure to Security Threats and Security Invasion

18

10

Evacuation Procedure in Security Threats and Breach of Security

19

11

Reporting Procedure of Security Incident

19

12

Communication System on Shipboard and Between Other Stations

19

13

Frequency of Test and Calibration of Shipboard Security Equipment

20

14

Ship Security Alert System

20

15

Procedures for Training. Drill and Exercise

20

16

Internal Audit

23

17

Procedures for Periodical Review and Updating of Plan

23

18

Record

24

Appendix 1

Form for Declaration of Security

25

Appendix 2

From of Security Incident Report

27

Appendix 3

Access Point

29

Appendix 4

Restricted Area

30

Appendix 5

Evacuation Route

31

Appendix 6

Company Security Officer

32

Appendix 7

Ship Security Officer

33

Appendix 8

Duties and Responsibilities

34

Appendix 9

Security Measures at Each Security Level

35

Appendix 10

Contingency Plan

36

Annex 1

Company Security Policy

Separate Sheet

Annex 2

Information on Company’s Special Responsibility Given to Master

Separate Sheet

Annex 3

Security Levels of the Last 10 Ports

Separate Sheet

Annex 4

Record of Ship Security Plan

Separate Sheet

Annex 5

Contact List of States for Security

Separate Sheet

Annex 6

Inventory of Dangerous Goods and Materials

Separate Sheet


  1. Company Security Policy

The Company has established the Ship Security Plan to detect security threats and take preventive measures against security incident that may affect safety and security of ships under management of our Company, personnel and property on those ships, in accordance with requirements of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and ISPS Code (the International Code for the Security of Ships and Port Facilities).  This Ship Security Plan has been approved by the Administration (or by Recognized Security Organizations).

 

The master and all crewmembers shall give effect to those requirements stipulated in the Ship Security Plan and shall be familiar with their duties.  They should also undergo necessary training given by the master or ship security officer designated by the company.

 

On behalf of the Company, the undersigned declares as follows.

 

1.       The master has the overriding authority and responsibility to make decisions with respect to the security of the ship;

2.       The Company shall give necessary support to the ship when requested by the company security officer, the master and the ship security officer with respect to the security of the ship.

The above Company Security Policy is entered with the date and signature, and  attached to this document as Annex 1.

 

2.    Definitions

2.1   “Ship Security Plan (SSP)” means a plan developed to ensure the application of measures on board the ship designed to protect persons on board, cargo, cargo transport units, ship’s stores or the ship from the risks of a security incident. (ISPS-A 2.1.4)

2.2   “Company Security Officer (CSO)” means the person designated by the Company for ensuring that a ship security assessment is carried out; that a Ship Security Plant is developed, submitted for approval, and thereafter implemented and maintained and for liaison with port facility security officers and the ship security officer. (ISPS-A 2.1.7)

2.3   “Ship Security Officer (SSO)” means the person on board the ship, accountable to the master, designated by the Company as responsible for the security of the ship, including implementation and maintenance of the Ship Security Plan and for liaison with the company security officer and port facility security officers. (SPS-A 2.1.6)

2.4   “Port facility” is a location, as determined by the Contracting Government or by Designated Authority, where the ship/port interface takes place.  This includes areas such as anchorage, waiting berths and approaches from seaward, as appropriate.  (SOLAS XI-2.1.19)

2.5   “Ship/port interface” means the interactions that occur when a ship is directly and immediately affected by actions involving the movement of persons, goods or the provisions of port services to or from the ship.  9SOLAS XI-2.1.18)

2.6   “Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO)” means the person designated as responsible for the development, implementation, revision and maintenance of the port facility security plan and for liaison with the ship security officers and company security officers.  (ISPS-A 2.1.8)

2.7   “Designated Authority” means the organizations (s) or the administration(s) identified, within the Contracting Government, as responsible for ensuring the implementation of the provisions of this chapter pertaining to port facility security and ship/port interface, from the point of view of the port facility. (R/ 1.11)

2.8   “Declaration of Security (DoS)”  means an agreement reached between a ship and either a port facility or another ship with which it interfaces specifying the security measures each will implement. (SOLAS XI-2 1.1.15)

2.9   “Security level” means the qualification of the degree of risk that a security incident will be attempted or will occur.  (SOLAS XI-2 1.1.14)

2.10    “Security level 1” means the level for which minimum appropriate protective security measures shall be maintained at all times.  (ISPS-A 2.1.9)

2.11      “Security level 2” means the level for which appropriate additional protective security measures shall be maintained for a period of time as a result of heightened risk of a security incident.  (ISPAS-A/2.1.10)

2.12    “Security level 3” means the level for which further specific protective security measures shall be maintained for a limited period of time when a security incident is probable or imminent, although is may not be possible to identify the specific target.  (IAPS-A/2.1.11)

  

3.    Particulars of Ship(s) and Company

3.1   Particulars of Ship(s)

Name of ship                            Flag of Ship

 

Signal letters                             IMO number

 

Type of ship                              Service area

 

Length                                      Breadth

 

Gross tonnage                           Net tonnage

 

Draught (summer)                     Freeboard (summer)

 

Displacement                            Deadweight

 

3.2   Particulars of Company

Name of Company :

 

Address :

 

Telephone number :

 

Fax number :

 

The following information is given by company to the master in separate document as shown on Annex 2.  The master is to produce this document to an officer who is duly authorized by the Government, when this information os required.

1.       Name of responsible person for assignment of crew members

2.       Parties concerned with bareboat charter

3.       Parties concerned with time charter

4.       Parties concerned with voyage charter

 

4.                  Security Responsibilities of Ship, Company, Port Facility, Interacting Ships Relevant Authority and Others

The ship is an indispensable component of a framework relating to security established by the ISPS Code.  Obligations of concerned parties are summarized as follows.

 

4.1   Flag Administration

Flag Administration shall set security levels and ensure the provision of security level information to ships entitled to fly is flag.  When changes in security level occur, security level information shall be updated as the  circumstance dictates.

 

4.2   Contraction Government

Contracting Government shall set security levels and ensure the provision of security level information to port facilities within its territory, and to ships prior to entering a port or whilst in  a port within its territory.  When changes in security level occur, security level information shall be updated as the circumstance dictates.  Contact List of Countries for Security is shown on separate Annex 5.

 

4.3   Ship

Master shall respond to relevant requirements set forth in the Ship Security Plan.  Prior to entering a port or whilst in a port within the territory of a Contracting Government, a ship shall comply with the requirements of the  security level set by that Contracting Government, if such security level is higher than the security level set by the Administration ofr that ship.

 

4.3.1          Arrival in Ports

Prior to entering a port, the ship shall confirm that the port is subject to the IPS Cord and holds the Port Facility Security Plan.

a.         When the port holds Port Facility Security Plan

-       CSO or SSO shall liaise with PFSO and confirm the security level of both sides.

-       When a Declaration of Security is required by Contracting Government of PFSO, the master shall instruct SSO to prepare this Declaration of Security.

-       When the ship has a higher security level than that of the port facility, the master shall inform this fact to Contracting Government and PFSO, and require him to prepare a Declaration of Security to coordinate the appropriate security actions.

 

b.         When the port does not hold Port Facility Security Plan

-       The ship shall liaise with Contracting Government, inform them the ship’s Security level, and require appropriate security measures.

-       The ship shall request the port to prepare a Declaration of Security.

 

4.3.2          Passing through Territorial Sea

When the master finds that there is a security threat wile the ship is operating in a territorial sea of a coastal state, he shall inform this coastal state of the circumstances.  When a ship received an advice of security alert from the coastal state while operating in its coastal sea, the master shall obey this instruction and put the ship on alert.  This instruction could  include advice :

-       to alter or delay their intended passage;

-       to navigate on a particular course or proceed to a specific location;

-       on the availability of any personnel or equipment that could be placed on the ship;

-       to co-ordinate the passage, arrival into port or departure from port, to allow escort by patrol craft or  aircraft.

 

4.3.3          Ship to Ship Interface

Prior to Commencement of interface between other ship, the master shall confirm if other ship holds a Ship Security Plan.

a.       When other ship holds SSP

-       CSO or SSO shall liaise with SSO of other ship and confirm the security level of both sides

-       When a Declaration of Security is required by other ship, the master shall instruct SSO to prepare the same

-       When the security level is higher than that of other ship, the master shall instruct SSO to prepare the same

-       When the security level is higher than that of other ship, the master shall inform this fact to other ship and request them to prepare a Declaration of Security in order to determine appropriate security measures between both ships.

 

b. When other ship does not hold SSP

-       Confirm if other ship has implemented security measures in accordance with other regulations

-       Confirm if other ship has implemented security measures in accordance with other regulations

-       Request of submit a copy of Security Certificate issued under other regulations

-       Request other ship to prepare a Declaration of Security and determine appropriate security measures between both ships

-       Take record of measures performed during the interface

 

4.4   Company

Company shall ensure that the master is provided with information of the following items, which he may prove to an officer duly authorized by the Contracting Government at his request.

1.       Who is responsible for assignment of crew members or others working on board the ship, under any business mode of the ship?

2.       Who is responsible to make decision for use of the ship?

3.       Who is responsible for the contract of the ship when she enters into a charter party ?

A relevant information of the above items is shown on Annex 2.

 

4.5   The Port Facility

A port facility is required to act upon the security levels set by the Contracting Government within whose territory it is located.  Security measures and procedures shall be applied at the port facility is such as manner as  to cause a minimum of interference with, or delay to, passengers, ship, ship’s personnel and visitors, goods and services.

4.6   Recognized Security Organizations

Contracting Government may authorize a Recognized Security Organization (RSO) to undertake certain security-related activities, including :

  1. approval of Ship Security Plans, or amendments thereto, on behalf of the Administration;
  2. verification and certification of compliance of ships with the requirement of chapter XI-2 and part A of ISPS Code on behalf of the Administration.
 

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