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ISPS. 6. Ship Security Plan. SSP. Definition & Purpose of the SSP Contents of the SSP Confidentiality issues Implementation of the SSP Maintenance and modification of the SSP. I. Definition & Purpose of the SSP. Each ship shall carry on board a Ship Security Plan

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Isps

ISPS

6. Ship Security Plan


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SSP

  • Definition & Purpose of the SSP

  • Contents of the SSP

  • Confidentiality issues

  • Implementation of the SSP

  • Maintenance and modification of the SSP


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I. Definition & Purpose of the SSP

Each ship shall carry on board a Ship Security Plan

approved by the (flag) Administration (A/9.1) or by a Recognized Security Organization approved by the flag administration (A/9.2.1)

SSP : “ a plan developed to ensure the application of

measures on board the ship designed to protect persons on board, cargo, cargo transport units, ship’s stores or the ship from the risks of a security incident ” (A/2.2.1.4)

The Ship Security Plan is a Ship Specific Plan(B/9.1)

The SSP addresses the security measures that should be taken at each security level


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  • The Ship Security Plan :

    • Is generally prepared / submitted by the CSO (B/9.1)

    • May be prepared / reviewed / approved / amended

      by a RSO on behalf of a flag Administration (A/9.2) …

    • But the RSO undertaking the approval / review /

    • amendments of the SSP shall not be involved in the SSA,

    • the initial SSP or the preparation of the amendments

    • under review (A/9.2.1)

The Plan shall be written in the language or languages of the ship. If the language or languages used in not English, French or Spanish, a translation into one of these languages shall be included (A/9.4)

Submission of Ship Plan or amendments, for approval, shall be accompanied by the Ship Security Assessment on the basis of which the plan, or amendments, have been developed (A/9.3)


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I. Definition & Purpose of the SSP

How to obtain the ISSC….

SSP Shall be developed taking into account the guidance given in part B of the Code (A/9.4)


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I. Definition & Purpose of the SSP

The SSP should describe in a clear and concise

form HOW the security measures, taken by the

Company, will be carried out to protect the ship

and the crew (and pax) regardless of where the

ship is located.

Objective of the SSP:


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I. Definition & Purpose of the SSP

PREVENTIONof illegal acts against ship / crew / pax

The Ship Security Plan addresses the security measures that should be taken at each security level and specifically the security measures covering : (B/9.8)

ACCESS TO THE SHIP

IDENTIFICATION OF RESTRICTED AREAS

HANDLING OF CARGO

HANDLING OF UNACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE

MONITORING THE SECURITY OF THE SHIP

DELIVERY OF SHIP’S STORES


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SSP

  • Definition & Purpose of the SSP

  • Contents of the SSP

  • Confidentiality issues

  • Implementation of the SSP

  • Maintenance and modification of the SSP


Ii contents of the ssp

II. Contents of the SSP

  • The content of the SSP is clearly established in the ISPS

    Code in :

    • Part A, section 9.4 with additional information in

    • Part B, section 9

  • SSP shall address, at least, all the points mentioned in the Code

  • Imperative that the SSO and the CSO fully understand the nature of the Ship Security Plan

  • The OOW should be familiar with the contents of the plan (in a generic fashion)


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SSP

  • Definition & Purpose of the SSP

  • Contents of the SSP

  • Confidentiality issues

  • Implementation of the SSP

  • Maintenance and modification of the SSP


Iii confidentiality issues

III. Confidentiality Issues

  • The SSP (like Security Records) is a CONFIDENTIAL document and shall be protected from unauthorized access or disclosure (A/9.7)

  • Basically, the SSP is not subject to inspection by Port State Control Authorities (A/9.8)

  • NEVERTHELESS, certain parts of the SSP may be shown to PSC Authorities in certain circumstances (A/9.8.1)

  • Certain parts are ALWAYS confidential unless authorized by the Contracting Government concerned. These parts are : section 9.4, subsections .2, .4, .5, .7, .15, .17 and .18 (A/9.8.1)


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III. Confidentiality Issues

Example of a SSP procedure over the “Protection from unauthorized access

or disclosure (from a Japanese Model Plan) :


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III. Confidentiality Issues

Electronic format

The plan may be kept in an electronic format but shall be protected by procedures aimed at preventing its unauthorized deletion, destruction or amendment (A/9.6)


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SSP

  • Definition & Purpose of the SSP

  • Contents of the SSP

  • Confidentiality issues

  • Implementation of the SSP

  • Maintenance and modification of the SSP


Isps

SSP

  • Definition & Purpose of the SSP

  • Contents of the SSP

  • Confidentiality issues

  • Implementation of the SSP

  • Maintenance and modification of the SSP


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V. Maintenance and modification of the SSP

Mechanisms for insuring the continuing effectiveness and updating of the SSP

  • All SSPs should provide for regular review, or audit, of the SSP and for its amendments in response to experience or changing circumstances (B/9.2.6)

  • CSOs and SSOs should develop procedures to :

    - assess the continuing effectiveness of the SSP; and

    - prepare amendments of the plan (B/9.5.1,2)

  • SSP should established the procedures needed to assess the continuing effectiveness of security procedures and any security and surveillance equipment and systems, including procedures for identifying and responding to equipment or systems failure or malfunction (B/9/7/3)


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V. Maintenance and modification of the SSP

The procedures for insuring the continuing effectiveness and updating of the SSP includes :

Security inspection : SSO to ensure that appropriate security measures are maintained (A/12.2.1). For ships fitted with security or monitoring equipment, SSO to inspect them once every month and record the results. Inspection methods according to maker’s instructions ;

Periodic Review : Master and SSO to review the SSP at least once a year. Normally done when SMS is reviewed. Results to report to CSO ;

Internal audit : CSO is responsible to conduct an internal audit at least once a year. Normally done when SMS audit is conducted. Personnel to conduct internal audit should not be the crew of the ship. Copy of record of internal audit should be placed on board the ship.


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V. Maintenance and modification of the SSP

Procedures for implementing any corrective actions

Minor revisions : SSO is responsible for issuing (minor) revisions to the SSP, after the revisions have been approved by the Master and the CSO.

Significant changes : the submission of amendments to an approved SSP shall be accompanied by the security assessment on the basis of which the amendments have been developed (A/9.3). Significant changes to the approved SSP or to any security equipment shall not be implemented UNLESS approved by the flag Administration or a Recognized Security Organization approved by the flag Administration (A/9/5).

The approving RSO shall not be involved in the preparation of the amendments under review (A/9.2.1)


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