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The Status of ISPS Implementation in Trinidad and Tobago. by Commander Walcott. 12 Principal Port Facilities out of 30 Port Facilities are listed below. Port of Port of Spain Alcoa Steamship Company Ltd PLIPDECO Phoenix Park Gas Processors Ltd YARA Arcelor/Mittal . Atlantic LNG

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12 principal port facilities out of 30 port facilities are listed below
12 Principal Port Facilities out of 30 Port Facilities are listed below
  • Port of Port of Spain
  • Alcoa Steamship Company Ltd
  • PLIPDECO
  • Phoenix Park Gas Processors Ltd
  • YARA
  • Arcelor/Mittal
  • Atlantic LNG
  • Petrotrin Point-a-Pierre
  • BPTT
  • BHP Billiton
  • Chaguaramas Terminals
  • National Energy Co-operation

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legal
Legal

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  • The ISPS Code was approved by the government of Trinidad and Tobago in 2004 and falls under the Ministry of Works and Transport
  • The Regulation amended the Shipping Regulation and is TheShipping (Ship and Port Facility Security) Regulations, 2004
  • The Shipping Regulations applies both Part A and Part B of the ISPS Code
  • The enforcement for ships is the responsibility of Maritime Services Division
  • The enforcement for Port Facilities is the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard Port Facility Security Unit
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Command and

Administration

1 Commander

1 Lieutenant

Commander

Marine Ship Safety

1 Lieutenant

Commander

Port Facility

1 Lieutenant

Commander

20 Ratings

2 Lieutenants

2 Lieutenant

4 Ratings

66 Ratings

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Administrative

Organization Chart of Marine Ship Safety and Port Facility Security Unit of Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard

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Commander MSSPFSU

Deputy Commander MSSPFSU

Port Facility Security Supervisor

Port Facility Security Zone Auditors

North Zone Coordinator

Caricom Jetty

Port of Port of Spain

Scarborough Port

Charlotteville Jetty

Caribbean Salvage

Maritime Preservation

National Fisheries

National Petrotrin

South/Central Zone /Galeota

Coordinator

Atlantic LNG

LABIDCO

Petrotrin Point Fortin

BPTT Galeota

BHP Billiton

Trinidad Cement

Trinidad Contractors

Petrotrin Point -a-Piarre

Phoenix Park

Yara

Mittal Steel

NEC

PLIPDECO

West Zone Coordinator

Alcoa

Baroid

CARIDOC

Chag. Terminal

Marina Haven

Pier 1

RSR Holdings

Trinidad Salt

Trinidad Distillers

MSSPFSU OPERATIONAL ZONES

Intelligence Cell

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social
Social

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Maritime Safety, Security and Advisory Committee

Free training provided to all PFSOs

Regular and ongoing lectures between Coast Guard personnel and PFSOs

Public information provided through national television stations

24 hour availability service to maritime stakeholders

Port Inspectors assigned to Port Facilities daily and

Advice on drills, exercises and audits provided to ports

role of the institutions
Role of the Institutions

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  • 98 members of Coast Guard have been appointed permanently to implement and enforce the Code
  • 24 hour contact Mission Control Centre to receive SSAS and 96 our notice of Ship arrival information
  • Port Inspectors are assigned to port facilities daily as the DA representative on security issues and to ensure drills, exercises, audits are completed and ports remain compliant with Code
  • Security committees are set up at all ports
  • Administration for Ships ensures ships maintain ISPS Compliance through inspections by Coast Guard personnel
improvement indicators
Improvement indicators

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Improved security awareness

Detection of illegal devices and substances discovered at some of the major ports

Improved access control, threat detection and

obstacles
Obstacles

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Training of all personnel at large ports

Shortage of Officers

Culture Change

Shipping Agents

Some Owner/Operators not fully understanding the consequence of failure to remain compliant with Code

Delay in boarding cruise liners

Cost of ISPS implementation

Lack of knowledge in purchasing the correct security equipment based on needs

future plans
Future Plans

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Website implementation for 96 hour vessel notification and easy access of services offered by Security Unit

More public and maritime stakeholders awareness

Recruiting of Officers

Continuous training and retraining of Coast Guard personnel

Amendment to Shipping Regulations to improve enforcement