CCS GUIDELINES FOR PREPARATION OF SHIP SECURITY PLAN
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The official CCS Guidelines to be used when preparing the ship security plan; the content is in line with the ISPS Code. Starting with the introductory information, list of abbreviations and definitions used throughout the document, the authors proceed to the general requirements to be taken into account and relevant ship security plan preparation criteria.
The next section of the booklet is dealing with the content and record requirements. Finally, the booklet concludes with the information on preparation of the ship security plan, approval responsibility and instructions on how the sample security plan shall be used. Ship security is the status that is reached once the designated vessel together with the crew members, equipment and cargo on board and all operations are duly protected - it means that they are protected from any sort of terrorism and other illegal activities.
The ISPS Code has been mandated with the ultimate purpose to establish, implement, maintain and further continuously improve the security system of the ship enabling the shipping company and the ship to control the risk associated with maritime security and enhance the outcome. In short, the SSP is one of the most important documents on board and its preparation is a matter of highest importance.
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