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32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore

27-30 July 2009

Title: Port and Ship Security (MPA)

Presenter’s Name: Krishnan

Economy: Singapore


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Scope of Presentation

  • Port and Ship Security Measures - Post 9 -11

  • Implementation of the IMO ISPS Code/Other

    • Maritime Security Measures

    • Moving Forward - Multi Agency Approach


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PORT FACILITIES

Sembawang

Terminal

SINGAPORE

Pasir Panjang

Conventional Terminal

Jurong

Port

Loyang

Marine Base

Pasir Panjang

Terminal

Keppel

Terminal

Tanah Merah

Ferry Terminal

Tanjong Pagar

Terminal

Brani

Terminal

Shipyards

Chemical Terminals

Oil

Refineries

Ferry

Terminal

International Passenger

Terminal


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Post 9 11: Securing port waters

  • Prohibited areas around sensitive installations

  • Monitoring movements of sensitive vessels

  • Designated routes for certain types of vessels

  • Designated landing points to facilitate ship’s crewmembers going through customs and immigration


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Implementation of the ISPS Code

  • One of the first country in the world to comply with ISPS Code deadline of 1 Jul 2004

  • Involvement of various Government Agencies (SPF,PCG,ICA,RSN)

  • Legislation to give effect to the ISPS Code

  • 1400 Singapore–registered ships & 126 port facilities are in compliance

  • 103 Port Facilities SoCPF was renewed after 5 years


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Beyond The ISPS Code - Securing Port Waters

  • ISPS Code focused on commercial facilities and larger vessels

  • Small vessels not compelled to comply with the Code

  • Small vessels vulnerable to security threats and used as a WMD

  • Attacks on ‘USS Cole’ and ‘Limburg’


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Beyond The ISPS Code - Securing Port Waters

  • To safeguard our ships and port facilities and to enhance maritime security, MPA developed the following:

    • Guidance for establishing security measures when calling non-ISPS compliant ports

    • Ship Self-Security Assessment Checklist

    • Licensing Regime for Regional Ferry Operators

    • Harbour Craft Security Code/Pleasure Craft Security Code

    • Harbour Craft Transponder System


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Accompany Sea Security Teams (ASSeTs)

  • Vessels entering or leaving the port may be boarded by ASSeTs

  • Purpose is to protect the port and vessels from security threats within Singapore Port Waters

  • Measures in place since Apr 2005


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Multi-Agency Approach to Maritime Security

MPA adopts a multi-agency approach for smooth

implementation of various security measures

Works closely with Home Teams, RSN and the

stakeholders

Task Forces, Committees, Working Groups formed to

look at different aspects of maritime security


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Global Approach - International Co-operation

Supports efforts to promote the ISPS Code through sharing of best practices and training opportunities

Supports maritime security efforts by other international forums like IMO, APEC and the ASEAN Regional Forum


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Conclusion

Development and implementation of security measures require high degree of multi-level co-ordination and close working partnership

MPA will continue to work with the security agencies and stake-holders to ensure that the security measures for the port and its ships are continually reviewed and best practices adopted

Maritime security is not an issue one country can address on its own and requires co-operation and concerted efforts from all countries


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SINGAPORE 2009

32nd APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Singapore, 27-30 July 2009

Thank You


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