Report on Phase 2 ICIAP Workshop in JAKARTA , INDONESIA. April 15, 2008. Takeshi SUZUKI Port Security Inspector General Affairs Division, Ports and Harbors Bureau Ministry of Land, Infrastructure Transport and Tourism . Background （１）.
Report on Phase 2 ICIAP Workshopin JAKARTA, INDONESIA
April 15, 2008
Port Security Inspector
General Affairs Division, Ports and Harbors Bureau
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure Transport and Tourism
Phase2 ICIPA Workshop
Hanoi, Viet Nam, April10-12 2007
APEC ISPS CODE ASSISTANT PROGRAM IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA (December 4-6, 2007)
・39 officials such as PFSO and Directorate
General of Sea Transportation(DGST)
participated in this seminar.
・11 officials from MLIT, MPA, OCDI, STET,
1. Exercise Planning
2. Table-top exercise
3. Demonstration of Port Facility Security Audit at actual port
○ Exercise Planning
Developing the exercise scenario and the
Master Event List
1) Lecture on planning an exercise
Exercise planning の写真（①）
3) Group Presentation
○Seminar Participants were divided into 4 teams
○Each team had one facilitator
○Each team gave assignment and conducted
the exercise planning
○Guidelines for the exercise planning
■ The use of their own language during the
exercise planning has facilitated active
discussion among participants.
■ The participants felt that the value of exercise
planning has enhanced after table-top exercise.
Exercise planning の写真（②）
Exercise planning の写真（③）
○ Table-top exercise
CONDUCT OF EXERCISE
The table-top exercise was successfully conducted in the following 3 main phases
Phase 1: Exercise briefing
Phase 2: Exercise
a Dividing APEC participants into 4 groups
b Conducting in accordance with the planned exercise injects
( However, 2 injects were added to make exercise more interesting)
Phase 3: Exercise debriefing
exercise debrief and feedbacks and recommendations from APEC participants.
A total of 9 exercise injects were provided by individual syndicate controllers during the exercise. The planned exercise injects were:
a. Start State.
Port Facility was operating at Security Level 1
b. Exercise Inject 1.
A suspicious person was seen loitering outside the facility with apparent actions that he was conducting surveillance activities by taking photographs of entry points and behaving suspiciously.
c. Exercise Inject 2.
An attempted entry of a vehicle at the Main Gate claiming supplying ship stores for MT XXX
d. Exercise Inject 3.
Designated Authority informed Port Facility that they received an intelligence report about a terrorist bomb attack targeted against MT XXX
e. Exercise Inject 4.
Security guard, while on roving patrol, discovered some damage to the perimeter fence. On closer inspection, he found some torn fabric (parts of a shirt material) and a map of the Port Facility
f. Exercise Inject 5.
Designated Authority declared Security Level 2
g. Exercise Inject 6.
Tape recorded message was delivered via a parcel to the Admin Dept that something was going to happen in the Port Facility.
h. Exercise Inject 7.
Designated Authority informed Port Facility, Public authority and emergency response team are proceeding to port facility for assistance
i. Exercise Inject 8.
Unauthorized small craft approached MT XXX at high speed
j. Exercise Inject 9.
Suspicious item discovered in ship’s galley of MT XXX
Table-top exercise の写真（①）
■ The use of their language during the exercise
facilitated active discussion among participants.
■ The artificial port was used for this exercise.
However, the use of the real port facilities can
make the realistic environment and can get the
participants to optimize the learning experience.
○ Demonstration of Port Facility Security Audit at actual port
c. Provide basis for improvement to the system
d. Comply with the requirements stipulated in
the ISPS Code
d.Checklist in accordance
with MSC Circular 1192
Conduct of Audit Demonstration
c. A dedicated internal auditor training course may be
useful to further enhance learning values of participants during the ISPS Code audit for port facility.
○The seminar was developed based on the feedbacks and
experiences gained from the previous APEC seminars.
○Using Indonesian language was effective for enhancing
participants’ understanding and encouraging active participation
during the seminar.
○It is important to conduct practical exercises continuously. It is
recommend that seminars could be further elevated to higher
level allowing participants to have more exercises in planning
exercise or audit.
○Seminars should be held targeting officers working at local ports,
because they do not have opportunities to attend similar
seminars thus knowledge gap between officers in the capital
and outside the capital could be seen.
○For the table-top exercise, an artificial port was utilized. It is
recommended that a real port facility in the host country should
○A dedicated training course for auditors might be useful to
further enhance learning values of participants during the ISPS
Code audit for port facility.
Thank you for your attention.