Regulation 10 - Requirements for port facilities
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Regulation 10 - Requirements for port facilities

  1 Port facilities shall comply with the relevant requirements of this chapter and part A of the ISPS Code, taking into account the guidance given in part B of the ISPS Code.

  2 Contracting Governments with a port facility or port facilities within their territory, to which this regulation applies, shall ensure that:

  • .1 port facility security assessments are carried out, reviewed and approved in accordance with the provisions of part A of the ISPS Code; and

  • .2 port facility security plans are developed, reviewed, approved and implemented in accordance with the provisions of part A of the ISPS Code.

  3 Contracting Governments shall designate and communicate the measures required to be addressed in a port facility security plan for the various security levels, including when the submission of a Declaration of Security will be required.

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