Regulation 7 - Threats to ships
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Regulation 7 - Threats to ships

  1 Contracting Governments shall set security levels and ensure the provision of security-level information to ships operating in their territorial sea or having communicated an intention to enter their territorial sea.

  2 Contracting Governments shall provide a point of contact through which such ships can request advice or assistance and to which such ships can report any security concerns about other ships, movements or communications.

  3 Where a risk of attack has been identified, the Contracting Government concerned shall advise the ships concerned and their Administrations of:

  • .1 the current security level;

  • .2 any security measures that should be put in place by the ships concerned to protect themselves from attack, in accordance with the provisions of part A of the ISPS Code; and

  • .3 security measures that the coastal State has decided to put in place, as appropriate.

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