GUIDELINES FOR OIL TERMINAL OPERATORS ON THE IMO ISPS CODE
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This official guidebook was officially released by OCIMF with the primary intention to provide all participants of the shipping industry, particularly terminal operators with all required information, which would aid the proper interpretation and, of course, subsequent implementation of the requirements applicable to the shipping port facilities.
Subject requirements are contained in a consolidated copy of the requirements outlines in the ISPS Code and presented in topical format, and an example model of a security plan. The two elements stated above are expected to assist the port facility operators in getting correct understanding of the current requirements. Among the main objectives declared by the compilers of this documents was establishing of the co-operation between contracting governments and agencies, local authorities, as well as port and shipping industries to assess and detect all potential security threats and also implement required preventative measures.
The authors of the paper have included as much of valuable information as possible, to ensure the exchange and collation of the associated info directly related to the security, and that the measures are enough proportionate and adequate. They all have also tried to provide a working and effective methodology to be used for assessing the security, plans and procedures to react to constantly changing levels of security.
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