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Published on November 5, 2007

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International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code) :  International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code) Requirements for Port Facilities in Saint Lucia SOLAS Chapter XI-2:  SOLAS Chapter XI-2 Definitions: 1. Ship/port interface means the interaction 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. SOLAS Chapter XI-2:  SOLAS Chapter XI-2 Definitions: 2. Port facility is a location as determined by the Contracting Government or by the Designated Authority, where the ship/port interface takes place. This includes areas such as anchorages, waiting berths and approaches from seaward, as appropriate. SOLAS Chapter XI-2:  SOLAS Chapter XI-2 Definitions: 3. Designated Authority means the organization(s) or the administration(s) identified, within Contracting Governments, 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. SOLAS Chapter XI-2:  SOLAS Chapter XI-2 Definitions: 4. Recognized security organization means an organization with appropriate expertise in security matters and with appropriate knowledge of ship and port operations authorized to carry out an assessment, or a verification, or an approval or a certification activity, required by this chapter or by part A of the ISPS Code. ISPS Code - Port Facilities:  ISPS Code - Port Facilities Applicable to all port facilities serving the following ships engaged on international voyages: - passenger ships including high speed passenger craft - cargo ships, including high speed craft of 500 grt and upwards - mobile offshore drilling units ISPS Code :  ISPS Code Contracting Governments shall decide the extent of application of Part A of the Code (mandatory) to those port facilities that occasionally serve ships arriving or departing on an international voyage. Methodology – Step 1(PFSA):  Methodology – Step 1(PFSA) Conduct of Port Facility Security Assessments (PFSA) which encompass: 1. Identifying and evaluating important assets and infrastructure to protect. 2. Identifying possible threats to the assets and infrastructure and the likelihood of their occurrence in order to establish and prioritize security measures. Step 1 (PFSA) …Cont’d:  Step 1 (PFSA) …Cont’d 3. Identifying, selecting and prioritizing counter measures and procedural changes and their level of effectiveness in reducing vulnerability. 4. Identifying weaknesses, including human factors in the infrastructure, policies and procedures. A summary report detailing the conduct of the assessment, vulnerabilities identified and proposed counter measures must be prepared. Step 2 (PFSP):  Step 2 (PFSP) Development and adoption of a Port Facility Security Plan (PFSP) which makes provisions for the following security threat levels: Security level 1 - the level for which minimum appropriate protective security measures shall be maintained at all times. Security level 2 - 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. Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d:  Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d Security level 3 - 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 it may not be possible to identify the specific target. Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d:  Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d The Port Facility Security Plan (PFSP) must also address the following: 1. Measures to prevent weapons and other dangerous substances from entering the port facility or ship. 2. Measures to prevent unauthorized access to the port facility, ships moored at the facility, and to restricted areas. Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d:  Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d 3. Procedures to respond to security threats or breaches of security whilst maintaining critical operations. 4. Procedures to respond to instructions given by the Government whilst at Security Level 3. 5. Procedures for evacuation. Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d:  Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d 6. Duties and responsibilities of all port security personnel. 7. Procedures for interfacing with ship security. 8. Procedures for periodic review and updating of the plan. 9. Procedures for reporting security incidents. Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d:  Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d 10. Identification of the port facility officer including 24-hour contact information. 11. Measures to secure the information contained in the plan. 12. Measures to ensure effective security of cargo and equipment at the port. Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d:  Step 2 (PFSP)…cont’d 13. Procedures for auditing the Port Facility Security Plan. 14. Procedures for responding to the ship security alert system whilst at the port. 15. Procedures for facilitating access to the ship by visitors as well as ship personnel. Step 3 (PFSO):  Step 3 (PFSO) Designation of a Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO). Duties include: 1. Conducting an initial comprehensive security survey of the port. 2. Ensuring the development and maintenance of the port facility security plan. 3. Implementing and exercising the port facility security plan. Step 3 (PFSO)…cont’d:  Step 3 (PFSO)…cont’d Designation of a Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO). Duties include: 4. Undertaking regular security inspections of the port facility to ensure the continuation of appropriate security measures. 5. Recommending and incorporating as appropriate modifications to the port facility security plan. 6. Enhancing security awareness and vigilance of the port facility personnel. Step 3 (PFSO)…cont’d:  Step 3 (PFSO)…cont’d Designation of a Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO). Duties include: 7. Ensuring adequate training has been provided to personnel responsible for the security of the port facility. 8. Reporting to the relevant authorities and maintaining records of occurrences which threaten the security of the port facility. Step 3 (PFSO)…cont’d:  Step 3 (PFSO)…cont’d Designation of a Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO). Duties include: 9. Coordinating implementation of the port facility security plan with the appropriate CSO and SSO. 10. Coordinating with security services as appropriate. 11. Ensuring that standards for security personnel are met. Step 3 (PFSO)…cont’d:  Step 3 (PFSO)…cont’d Designation of a Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO). Duties include: 12. Ensuring that security equipment is properly operated, tested, calibrated and maintained, if any. 13. Assisting ship security officers in confirming the identity of those seeking to board the ship when requested. Step 4:  Step 4 Training, Drills and Exercises on Port Facility security. “This must be undertaken in accordance with the guidance given in Part B of the ISPS Code.” How Does the Code Apply to St. Lucia?:  How Does the Code Apply to St. Lucia? Ports as determined by the SLASPA Act #10 of 1983 identifies five (5) ports namely: - Port Castries - Port Vieux Fort - Soufriere Bay - Marigot Bay - Rodney Bay Main Ports of Call:  Main Ports of Call Based upon the definitions presented earlier it is obvious that the port facilities of Castries and Vieux Fort must comply with the ISPS Code. However, a Separate PFSA must be conducted for each facility included within these two ports e.g. Pointe Seraphine cruise facility and the Northern Wharf. Leisure Ports:  Leisure Ports The other leisure ports listed earlier are also included since they provide anchorages for vessels captured under the Code. Facilities providing slips or moorings used to accommodate inter-island ferries must also comply. Oil Port:  Oil Port Cul de Sac Bay which encompasses the Hess Oil facility must also comply with the provisions of the Code.

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