CCS GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF SHIP SECURITY ASSESSMENT
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The China Register publication dealing with one of the important aspects of ship security, namely its proper assessment and providing all required guidance in this regard. The ship is considered secure when the ship herself and crew members, personnel, cargo and equipment on board, and all operations carried out are duly protected from any sort of illegal activity and terrorist attacks.
The main purpose of ISPS Code implementation was to establish, implement, maintain and continuously improve the ship security management system, enabling the shipping company and the vessel to control the risk and enhance the effect. Each vessel trading internationally will eventually encounter some risk of security threat and the extent of such risk will change in a manner reflecting the changes of the service environment.
And, effective security management system shall be able to respond to these changes of maritime security threat. The decision making based on the results of properly conducted risk assessment is considered one of the best ways to complete a security assessment and shall determine all security measures for the particular vessel. The risk assessment method shall be adopted in ship security management, as per the ISPS Code.
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