Rules For Vessels And Shipping Company, Port And Port Facility Protection And Monitoring Of The Function

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kuģu un kuģošanas kompāniju, ostu un ostas iekārtu aizsardzības funkciju izpildi un uzraudzību

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 748 in 2007. Riga on 13 November (pr. 64.7, §) rules for ships and shipping company, port and port facility protection and monitoring function in accordance with the issued by the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 17, fourth paragraph, and article 19 of the fifth General questions 1. determines: 1.1. international binding the statutory Board, the shipping company, port and port facility protection and monitoring functions;
1.2. public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration ship and port protection officer (hereinafter Inspector) functions and rights, the implementation of this provision in point 1.1 surveillance. 2. public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" specific functions of ship and port areas of the protection of the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration ship and port Protection Inspectorate (hereinafter Inspectorate). 3. Inspection monitors the following legislative requirements (hereinafter-protection requirements): 3.1. Of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 725/2004 on enhancing ship and port facility security (further-Council Regulation No 725/2004);
3.2. the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea, together with subsequent amendments (henceforth-SOLAS Convention), XI-Chapter 2;
3.3. International ship and port facility security code (ISPS Code);
3.4. national laws and regulations relating to the vessel, port and port facility protection (for example, these rules, the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, the law on ports). 4. the meaning of these provisions: 4.1 ship and port interface-interaction as defined in SOLAS chapter XI-2 is rule 1 of 8;
4.2. ship and vessel interaction-interaction as defined in SOLAS chapter XI-2.1. noteikuma10.;
4.3.-place the port facility as defined in the SOLAS Convention, chapter XI-2 is rule 1, paragraph 9;
4.4. the shipowner or Manager-the person who owns the ship or ships, or Government acting on behalf of the owner or Manager;
4.5. port facility owner or Manager-the person who owns the port facilities or administering the port facility, or acting on behalf of the owner or Manager;
4.6. the port security authority-the authority of inspection in accordance with the provisions of subsection 3.3 is established by the competent authority for port security;
4.7. ship and port protection focal point-the body that, in accordance with Council Regulation No 725/2004 and these terms: 4.7.1. acts as international institutions and competent institutions of foreign maritime contact point in the ship, port and port facility security;
4.7.2. promote and supervise the application of the protection requirements;
4.7.3. provide information on the application of the requirements for the protection. In accordance with the laws and regulations of ship and shipping company, port and port facility protection feature breakdown and focal point for port security inspection in Latvia and the national armed forces of Latvia's Navy coastguard service for marine search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC) (hereinafter referred to as the coast guard). 5. These provisions apply to: 5.1 ships laid down in the international ship and port facility security code (ISPs code hereinafter) in part A, point 3.1.1, given in part A of the ISPS code in 3.3;
5.2. vessels which have interactions with those provisions 5.1. the vessels referred to in point-after appropriate inspection, instruction, if the officer finds that the non-application of the requirements for the protection to the vessel concerned this provision threatening 5.1, 5.4 or 5.6 security of objects referred to in (a);
5.3. vessels engaged on domestic voyages: 5.3.1. where a vessel complies with Council Regulation No 725/2004 article 3 paragraph 2 of the passenger vessel type;
5.3.2. after appropriate inspection instructions, if the Inspector finds that the application of this provision does not pose a significant threat to the vessel concerned, its passenger, cargo or its related ports or port facilities;.
5.4. all ports of Latvia (except military machine ports);
5.5. ports in adjacent areas after appropriate inspection instructions-if the Inspector finds that the non-application of the requirements for the protection of the territory concerned this provision threatening 5.1, 5.4 or 5.6 bottom object security referred to in paragraph 1;
5.6. port facilities set out in part A of the ISPS code in paragraph 3.1.2;
5.7. port facilities serving these rules ship referred to in 5.3, consistent inspection instruction-following;
5.8. this rule 5.6 and 5.7) (port facilities in adjacent areas after appropriate inspection instructions-if the Inspector finds that the non-application of the requirements for the protection of the territory concerned this provision threatening 5.1, 5.4 or 5.6 security of objects referred to in (a);
5.9. the persons who are these rules 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7 and 5.8 above the bottom of the object owner or Manager or owner or Manager is running. 6. If in doubt about whether the ship complies with these regulations 5.1, 5.2 or 5.3 the bottom point to the type of ship, the person may consult with the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration". 7. in order to implement the functions assigned to the inspection and ensure the effective enforcement of protection requirements, the inspectors have the right to: 7.1. organizing seminars on the implementation of the requirements for the protection, monitoring and efficiency of measures;
7.2. to request protection requirements and related activities;
7.3. request the ship, port and port facility security drills and exercises, provide guidance for these drills and exercises and other persons to participate in organized shipping, port and port facility security training and another person in the ship organized, port and port facility security training;
7.4. to provide recommendations on the measures to be taken, the port and port facility protection in accordance with the international laws binding upon the ship, port and port facility protection area, on the basis of good seamanship;
7.5. the presentation of the service card, visit the ports of Latvia and neighbouring areas, the Latvian ports of existing port facilities, any vessel under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Latvia and the Latvian territory flag vessels under the national jurisdiction of other States. 2. Board protection 2.1. General characteristics 8. implementation requirements for the protection of the ship is the following: 8.1. assessment of protection;
8.2. the protection plan preparation;
8.3. the protection plan approval;
8.4. the protection measures laid down in the plan of implementation;
8.5. the protection of the original inspection;
8.6. the international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate is issued. 9. To monitor compliance with the requirements for the protection of the ship, inspectors shall carry out the following: 9.1. protection of vessels;
9.2. the exchange of information with the institutions responsible for the protection of the vessel, or persons who are interested in the protection of the ship;
9.3. the vessel and protection of shipping company personnel training program of harmonization in the field of the protection of the ship. 2.2. the ship security assessment 10. Shipping company's protection officer Board protection assessed each of these rules 5.1. and 5.3.1. the flag of Latvia referred to the ship. 11. The shipping company's protection officer Board protection assessed this rule 5.2. and 5.3.2. the flag of Latvia referred to the ship, if so requested by the inspection by this rule 5.2. and 5.3.2. the bottom point of the evaluation criteria. 12. In assessing the protection of vessels, the shipping company's protection officer under part A of the ISPS code in paragraph 8 and paragraph 8 of part B: 12.1. assess the ship's vulnerability against incidents and determine the level of risk of the incident;
12.2. the ship security assessment shall prepare a report providing recommendations and guidance on protective measures to be included in the ship security plan, and shall indicate the priority measures. 13. in order to assess the vessel's protection and an assessment report drawn up by the shipping company's protection officer can use the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" a recognised security organisation services under part B of the ISPS code 4.4. 2.3. the ship security plan and its amendments and approval 14. Shipping company's protection officer Board protection plan or amendment thereto may be used for the preparation of national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" a recognised security organisation services under part B of the ISPS code 4.4. The shipping company or ship security officer of the ship security plan, or its amendments, shall be subject to the following conditions: 14.1. ship security plan, or its amendments, is used in the preparation of: 14.1.1. ship security assessment report included information;
14.1.2. the conclusions reached by analyzing the ship security assessment report included information;
14.1.3. the conclusions reached by analyzing actual conditions;
14.1.4. the conclusions reached by analyzing inspection and other national security and defence related institutions (such as the national police, the security police, the National Guard, the national armed forces of Latvia's Navy, the State fire and rescue service) recommendations;
14.2. the ship security plan, or its amendments, Latvian language and prepared in the language (s) used on the Board. If it is not English, there shall also be a translation of the English language. 15. the ship security plan with the assessment of protection or protection plan amendments in triplicate (if necessary, also by electronic means) by the inspection. 16. the inspector shall assess the plan and the ship security assessment or of the ship security plan for compliance with the amendments to the protection requirements and adopt one of the following decisions: 16.1. the ship security plan, or its amendments, approval;
16.2. the ship security plan, or its amendments, approval to the task to prevent the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the vulnerability of the ship requested (linearity decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
16.3. a refusal to approve the ship security plan, or its amendments. 17. the decision on the vessel's protection plan, or its amendments, approval of State: 17.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
17.2. the Board, on which the decision is taken;
17.3. the ship security plan, or its amendments of the protection provided by the imposition of the deadline (not later than six months after the vessel's protection plan, or its amendments, approval). 18. the decision on the vessel's protection plan or its amendments, approval to the task to prevent the identified deficiencies: 18.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
18.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision;
18.3. deadline (not later than six months after the vessel's protection plan, or its amendments, approval) in which inevitably the weaknesses mentioned in the decision, stating that the protection plan, or its amendments, the approval will be cancelled if no deadline is respected;
18.4. the ship security plan, or its amendments of the protection provided by the imposition of the deadline (not later than six months after the vessel's protection plan, or its amendments, approval). 19. the decision on refusal to approve ship security plan, or its amendments specify: 19.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
19.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision;
19.3. the ship security plan, or its amendments, the application deadline (not later than six months after the date of adoption of the present decision). 20. If the Inspector accepts this rule 16.1 or 16.2. decision referred, he approved ship security plan, or its amendments, in making the laws drafting documents and design requirements laid down in the appropriate field of the inscription on the Board all three protection plan or amendment thereto a copy of the cover page. 21. If the ship security plan, or its amendments are approved, the two copies and ship security assessments along with this rule 16.1 or 16.2. decision referred to the inspection of the vessel owner or Manager. 22. Modifications to the ship security plan is approved, changes its Board protection plan pages that have been modified, and makes the tag records the amendments page. Replaced the page with a protection plan to destroy old versions. Carried out: 22.1. ship security officer-vessel protection plan in the copies kept on board;
22.2. the shipping company's protection officer-the ship security plan, shall be kept in the copy of the shipping company;
22.3. the Inspector-ship protection plan instance stored in the inspection. 23. If the ship security plan, or its amendments, all copies and submitted to the appropriate ship security assessments along with this provision 16.3. the decision referred to in point inspection of the vessel owner or Manager. 24. the ship security plan full report at least every six months. Ship security training of personnel, training and teaching plans are reviewed no less than once a year. Relevant information is indicated by the protection plan section, which sets the protection plan of the ship the regular review and updating. 25. the ship security plan, or its amendments, if the presentation does not conform to the laws and the documents in the field of developing and designing requirements, and this discrepancy is interfering with the ship security plan, or its amendments. 26. The inspection must not approve the following changes to the ship security plan: 26.1. changes the information about the master of the vessel, the ship security officer and the shipping company's protection officer;
26.2. changes in the Board of protection training of personnel, training and learning plans.
26.3. changes in contact information. 27. Within seven working days after the rules took place 26. changes referred to in the vessel security plan shall be made accordingly and on changes and amendments made in writing inform the inspection. 28. If the Inspector found deficiencies in the ship security plan, or its amendments has not been corrected within the time specified by the Inspector, the Inspector may take one of the following decisions: 28.1. the ship security plans for approval, if the international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate has not yet been issued;
28.2. the ship security plan and approval of the international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate, if the international ship security certificate or interim international ship protection certificate is issued;
28.3. the amendment to the ship security plan, if the cancellation protection plan amendments found deficiencies will not significantly reduce the vulnerability of the ship requested (linearity decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object). 29. This provision in the decisions referred to in paragraph 28 of the State: 29.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
29.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision;
29.3. the ship security plan, or its amendments, the application deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of the relevant decision). 30. in accordance with paragraph 28 of these rules voided documents shall be submitted to the Inspectorate within 14 working days after the entry into force of the decision on the cancellation. 2.4. the ship security plan, and the protection of the amendment record storage 31. Ship security plan and its project, the amendments to the ship security plan and its projects, as well as in part A of the ISPS Code mentioned in paragraph 10.1. the Board notes the status granted protection "information service" and ensure adequate protection in accordance with the freedom of information act and other regulations, the limited availability of information protection. 32. One of the approved ship security plan, and shall keep a copy of the amendment on board, the other copy-shipping company, and the third copy-inspection. 33. part A of the ISPS Code 10.1. ships referred to in paragraph 1 for the protection, under the SOLAS Convention chapter XI-2. the requirements of paragraph 9.2.3, be kept on board for two years, then they shall be deposited in the vessel's owner or Manager. The owner or manager shall be stored for at least four years. 2.5. the international ship security certificate 34. International ship security certificate (annex 1) is to be issued after the inspection rule or 61.1.2.61.1.1. the checks referred to in the paragraph below. 35. the inspection shall be issued by the international ship security certificate without this provision. 61.1.2.61.1.1 or States, if the inspection report has been filed for the ship security audit of the defence organisation recognised in accordance with the requirements of the ISPS code and the laws on protection of recognised organisations, as well as the Organization of protection issued by the conformity of the ship or the International Board of the provisional protection certificate, which attests to the conformity of individual ship protection requirements. 36. The international ship protection certificates of inspection shall be issued to vessels flying the flag of another country if that country's maritime administration, the competent authority has made such a request and inspection is submitted to the approved ship security plan, and the assessment of protection. 37. the Inspectorate within five working days after 35 or 36. these provisions referred to in paragraph or of receipt of documents this rule 68.2. or 68.3. referred to in decision making prepares international ship security certificate issued to the owner or Manager. 38. The international ship security certificate shall be issued for a period of up to five years. The international ship security certificate may be issued for a period shorter than five years: 38.1. the Inspector has reasonable information about the expected actual change of circumstances with respect to a ship for a period shorter than five years from the issuance of the certificate (for example, for the reconstruction of the ship or the termination of the protection system of the vessel, the shipowner or Manager);
38.2. the inspection certificate shall be issued again in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 39;
38.3. the owner or Manager of an appropriate written request. 39. If the international ship security certificate validity period has changed the name of the ship, the ship's owner or manager's name, type, or legal address, owner or Manager within five working days after the change, submit the relevant application inspection. The application shall be accompanied by documents proving the changes. On the basis of the documents submitted and the protection of the results of checks carried out, the previous certificate, inspection within 15 days of receipt of the application repeatedly issued international ship security certificate. It shall be issued for a period not exceeding that shown on the certificate previously issued certificate's validity period. 40. If the international ship security certificate is damaged, stolen or lost, the owner or manager shall inform in writing the inspection. Inspection within five working days of the issue of a duplicate certificate. 41. the inspection will void the international ship security certificate when: 25.5. inspection has determined that the ship no longer matches the type of ship to which the applicable security requirements, or if you have received official information from the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection that a ship no longer matches the type of ship to which the applicable security requirements;
41.2. a ship to the bottom of 61.1.3 these provisions. the period set in paragraph has requested to take interim protection inspection or has not received the approval of the examination of the interim international ship security certificate;
41.3. ship security check reveals ship protection system non-compliance protection plan or protection requirements and after inspection found deficiencies are not corrected or new deficiencies have been detected. If the rules referred to in paragraph 64 of the application for protection of the ship again checking is not submitted to the tests indicated in the primary decision, deficiencies found during expiration, it is considered that the deficiencies are not remedied, and inspections may be withdrawn by the international ship security certificate without examination. 42. the decision of the international ship security certificate revocation: 42.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
26.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision. 43. The international ship security certificate, which is issued in place of a new certificate in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 39 or who damaged and therefore instead of a duplicate certificate issued in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 40, or that have expired, or revoked in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 41, the owner or manager shall submit the inspection within 30 working days following the re-issue of certificates, certificate of issue of a duplicate When a certificate expires or cancellation of the decision on the date of its entry into force. Inspectors shall have the right of any person other than the holding of international ship security certificate which has expired or is revoked, or that the site has been issued a new certificate or duplicate certificate. 44. If the international ship security certificate has expired or the international ship security certificate has been revoked, a new international ship security certificate shall be issued after the inspection rule 61.1.2. checks referred to in point. 45. the Inspector may extend the international ship security certificate's validity period, change it, or to recognise the international ship security certificate that has expired, as valid in accordance with part A of the ISPS Code 19.3.3 19.3.4 19.3.5,.,.,., or section 19.3.6 19.3.7, making their mark on the corresponding certificate. 2.6. the international ship security certificate. 46 of the provisional order to certify the conformity of the vessel protection requirements during the transition period, inspection shall be issued by the interim international ship protection certificate (annex 2), if the ship before it: 46.1 commissioning or during the transfer, the international ship security certificate;
46.2. the vessel is re-registered to the Latvian flag from the flag of another State;
46.3. the shipowner or Manager becomes the shipping company, which has managed this ship. 47. to ensure the ship inspector compliance protection requirements during the transition period, together with the application for international protection of the vessel temporary certificate the owner or manager shall submit the inspection: 29.3. a certified copy of the ship security assessment;
47.2. the ship security plan (for approval);
47.3. the application to request the protection of the ship inspection within two months after submission of the application;
47.4. documents proving that the training, drills and exercises according to protection requirements (the ship's personnel are familiar with their duties under the protection plan);
29.5. documents certifying the change in composition of the ship's staff in the last three months, or proof that this time changes have occurred;
29.6. documents certifying the ship security officer's compliance with the protection requirements;
29.6. previous to the vessel concerned issued international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate, if the vessel in question is issued;
47.8. recognized organizations for the protection of the vessel issued a compliance approval if the vessel concerned has been issued;
29.8. ship security internal audit report;
47.10. recognized organisations carried out in the protection of ship security audit review, if such an audit has been carried out;
47.11. other information requested by the Inspector in accordance with part A of the ISPS Code 19.4.2. point. 48. the Inspector within three working days evaluate this provision 47 referred to documents and adopt one of the following decisions: 29.9. on the international ship security certificate issuing temporary;
48.2. the refusal to issue a provisional international ship security certificate, if not submitted all documents or the documents submitted to the Board without compliance with the protection requirements or does not permit verification of the ship's compliance with these requirements. 49. The provision in paragraph 48 that decision point: 49.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
30.6. ships for which the adoption of the decision. 50. The international ship security certificate shall be issued by the interim for five months. The international ship security certificate may be issued a provisional for a period shorter than five months if the issue repeatedly in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 51. 51. If the international ship security certificate validity of the provisional period have changed the name of the ship, the ship's owner or manager's name, type, or legal address, owner or Manager within five working days after the change, submit the relevant application inspection. The application shall be accompanied by documents proving the changes. On the basis of the documents submitted and the protection of the results of checks carried out, the previous certificate, inspection within 15 days of receipt of the application repeatedly issued interim international ship protection certificates. It shall be issued for a period not exceeding the specified in the certificate previously issued certificate expiration date. 52. If the International Board of the provisional protection certificate is corrupted, stolen or lost, the owner or manager shall inform in writing the inspection. Inspection within five working days of the issue of a duplicate certificate. 53. If the owner or Manager cannot submit all this provision 47 referred to documents, inspection of the vessel between the folksy provisional protection certificate may be issued only after inspection of protection of the ship in which it is found that the vessel meets the requirements of protection. 54. the Inspectorate within five working days after the decision of the International Board of the provisional protection certificate, prepare international ship security certificate to issue interim owner or Manager. 55. To issue interim international ship protection certificates for a given vessel, based on maritime administration maritime safety and article 13 of the law, the first paragraph, can the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation, where such a mandate for empowerment in the agreement concluded between the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and the defence organisation. 56. the inspection will void the international ship security certificate, if temporary: 56.1. inspection has determined that the ship no longer matches the type of ship to which the applicable security requirements, or if you have received official information from the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection that a ship no longer matches the type of ship to which the applicable security requirements;
56.2. ship security check reveals ship protection system non-compliance protection plan or protection requirements and after inspection found deficiencies are not corrected or new deficiencies have been detected. If the rules referred to in paragraph 64 of the application for protection of the ship again checking is not submitted to the tests indicated in the primary decision, deficiencies found during expiration, it is considered that the deficiencies are not remedied, and inspections may be withdrawn by the international ship security certificate without an interim inspection. 57. the decision of the international ship security certificate revocation of temporary Inspector: 57.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
57.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision. 58. The international ship security certificate for temporary location a new certificate issued in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 51 or who damaged and therefore instead of a duplicate certificate issued under this rule 52, or expired, or revoked in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 56, the owner or manager shall submit the inspection within 30 working days following the re-issue of certificates, certificate of issue of a duplicate , sertifkāt the end of the period of validity or cancellation of the decision on the date of its entry into force. Inspectors shall have the right of any person other than the holding of international ship security certificate which provisional expires or is revoked, or who are issued a new certificate or duplicate certificate. 2.7. the verification of protection 59. Ship Security check shall be carried out to verify the compliance of the system of protection of the ship in the ship security plan, or the vessel's protection requirements. 60. the Inspector may take any vessel inspection of protection of the Republic of Latvia to the area of jurisdiction. The Latvian flag ship security officer checks may also be carried out under the national jurisdiction of other States. The Inspector is entitled to require the ship to go to a certain location or leave a location to perform its protection check. 61. inspectors shall carry out the following checks: the ship's protection 61.1. depending on the test target: 61.1.1. original test carried out before the first international ship security certificate is issued for a given vessel;
61.1.2. rejuvenating the inspection carried out before repeating the international ship security certificate is issued for a given vessel;
61.1.3. intermediate inspection carried out in the period between the second and third years after the international ship security certificate;
61.1.4. extraordinary verification-verification, which is not any of these rules, 61.1.2., 61.1.1.61.1.3. check and referred by the Inspector to verify the protection systems continued compliance protection plan or protection requirements, including testing carried out on the basis of information received from other public safety and security-related institutions (such as public stock company Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection, State police The security police, the national border guard, national armed forces maritime forces of Latvia, national fire and rescue service-dzēsīb) or any other legal or natural persons for non-conformity of the ship security plan or the security requirements as well as inspection carried out prior to the international ship security certificate issued provisional;
61.2. depending on the tests: 61.2.1. primary check-any this rule 61.1. check referred to what the ship carried out for the first time;
61.2.2. inspection-any this rule 61.1. check referred to what the ship carried out if the primary is detected during an inspection system for the protection of the ship does not conform to the approved ship security plan or the security requirements to ensure that the deficiencies have been rectified and new are not incurred. 62. interim examination may be combined with extraordinary check. 63. the protection, you can take a public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation if such a mandate: 39.2. the authorization provided for in the agreement concluded between the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and the recognised organisation of protection;
39.3. the recognised security organisation has received a request from the inspection to make a specific ship security check. 64. The Inspector shall board the protection check runs on the basis of the application of the owner or Manager, other than the founder of extraordinary check. The application shall be submitted at least 10 working days before the desired test to the applicant. 65. within 10 working days after this provision referred to in paragraph 64 of referral to the Inspector agreed with the owner or Manager of a vessel protection during the trial. Ship protection check runs not later than one month after the rule referred to in paragraph 64 of receipt of the application. 66. the protection check runs within one day, but if the amount of work is large (it is not possible to check in one day), the trial period may be extended up to two working days. 67. the ship security inspection results report (annex 3). The report shall be signed by the person who drew it, and the ship's owner or Manager. If the owner or the Manager's representative refuses to sign the report, the report in question on the record. The owner or Manager of the ship's agent or other person that provides ship defense, gave explanations on the findings during the inspection of ship protection system deficiencies. These explanations add message. The owner or Manager of the representative has the right to submit comments on the content of the message, and also mention the reasons for which he refuses to sign it. Notes to attach to the message. 68. at 61.1.1. those rules or 61.1.2. checks referred to in this provision, the inspector shall draw up a report referred to in paragraph 67 of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 68.1. a refusal to issue the international ship security certificate, if the protection system does not meet the protection plan;
68.2. protection of the international ship's certificate is issued to the task to prevent the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the vulnerability of the ship requested (linearity decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
68.3. ship security on international certificate, if the protection system fully complies with the protection plan. 69. the decision on refusal to grant the international ship protection certificates indicate: 69.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
EB 69.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision;
69.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which the imminent decision contains deficiencies and to protection of the ship again. 70. the decision of the international ship security certificate is issued to the task to prevent the identified deficiencies: 70.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
70.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision;
70.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which inevitably the weaknesses in the decision and repeated to check the ship's defense, noting that the international ship security certificate will be revoked, if the deadline was not met. 71. the decision of the international ship security certificate indicating: 71.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
71.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision. 72. After 61.1.3 these provisions. the checks referred to in point Inspector that provision referred to in paragraph 67 of the report of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 72.1. for refusal to do the inspection approval of interim international ship security certificate, if the protection system does not meet the protection plan;
72.2. the interim approval of examination in the international ship security certificate with the task to prevent the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the vulnerability of the ship requested (linearity decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
72.3. verification of approval of the interim Commission for the international ship security certificate, if the protection system complies with the protection plan. 73. the decision on refusal to be done between the period of inspection approval for the international ship security certificate indicating that the information referred to in paragraph 69. 74. the decision on the interim approval of examination in the international ship security certificate with the task to prevent the identified deficiencies indicate that the information referred to in paragraph 70. The decision on the interim approval of examination in the international ship security certificate indicating that the information referred to in paragraph 71. After the decision made by the Inspector of the inspection approval of interim international ship security certificate. 75. After 61.1.4 these provisions. the checks referred to in point Inspector that provision referred to in paragraph 67 of the report of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 75.1. the ship's non-conformity with the protection requirements of these regulations, indicating the information referred to in paragraph 69;
75.2. the Board compliance with the protection requirements with the task of prevent inspection during the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the vulnerability of the ship requested (linearity decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property around the complex object), indicating that rule 70 the information referred to in paragraph;
75.3. for compliance with the protection requirements of these regulations, indicating the information referred to in paragraph 71. 76. the protection of the ship at the time of inspection the inspector shall: 76.1. check the international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate's validity period, if such certificate is issued to the vessel concerned;
76.2. check the vessel's compliance with the protection system of the ship security plan or the security requirements. 77. If the public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection for ship inspection supervision of the flag State or port State control within the national armed forces, the Latvian naval forces or national guard are justified reasons (annex 4) to believe the ship does not comply with the protection system protection plan or protection requirements, the Inspector can drill ship protection systems and protection plan test (annex 5). In-depth inspection the Inspector may also take on its own initiative. In-depth inspection can only be carried out by inspectors (specially authorized officials) if the record their service certificates. 2.8. the control measures for the protection of the 78. If the defence is found during the inspection of the vessel protection systems non-compliance with the protection requirements and its people, are at risk due to the vessel or other property, the Inspector may make a decision on an in-depth examination, as well as the decision on the prohibition of the vessel to enter the port, delaying the ship, detention of the ship, a ship of the operation suspension of prohibition of moving the ship in port or ship's expulsion from the port. The decision on the expulsion of the ship from the port inspector may accept only if there are reasonable grounds for believing that the ship is directly endangering persons, ships or other property, and if no other appropriate means to prevent this danger. 79. If the decision has been taken on board, the ship's detention, delay, suspension of the operation of the ship ban move the ship in port or the ship's release, its performance provides the port captain, but a decision on prohibition of entry into port or the ship is expelled from port vessels-Coast Guard. In order to ensure the enforcement of decisions, the inspection shall send the port master or Coast Guard for a copy of the relevant decision. The Harbor Master or Coast Guard is bound by verbal instructions of the Inspector on the relevant control measures of protection or the ship's release. 80. If the ship is detained for inspection together with the decision on the detention of the captain of the vessel shall be issued a statement on the detention of the ship (annex 6). A copy of the notification, together with a copy of the decision issued by the relevant inspection of the port captain. 81. If the vessel enters the port or the ship is expelled from port, the inspection at the time of one working day by sending an appropriate notification, inform the European Commission, over the scheme, Member States of the European Union and its national maritime sector the competent institution whose flag the ship is entitled to fly. If the ship is detained for inspection one workday, a statement of the ship's detention (annex 7), inform the maritime sectors of the country be the competent institution whose flag the ship is entitled to fly. The inspection shall send the notifications referred to in the country concerned also the nearest diplomatic representative, if it is not possible to establish contact with the ship's flag State maritime industry, the competent authorities and the recognised security organisation, which issued international ship protection certificates or interim international ship protection certificates, if the reason is a lack of detention, which is the responsibility of the recognised security organisation. 82. After all the inspection deficiencies found during on board, who are banned from entering the port, which is delayed, detained or whose operations are stopped, the owner or the Manager, the captain of the vessel, the shipping company's protection officers or ship security officer shall inform the inspection, to be able to check. 83. If after the provision referred to in paragraph 82 of the inspection the Inspector finds that the vessel can enter the port, move the port to go to sea or to resume the operation of the vessel, the inspector shall take a decision on the abolition of the ban or the ship's release. 84. Releasing the vessel from detention, the inspector shall complete a notice of release of the Board (annex 8). A statement issued by the ship's captain, but a copy of the notification to the captain of the port concerned or the Coast Guard (depending on who provides the relevant decision), the flag State maritime industry and the competent institution recognised security organisation that issued international ship protection certificates or interim international ship protection certificates, if the reason for the detention was the lack of which is the responsibility of the recognised security organisation. 85. the decision on the delay of the ship can be assumed if the deficiencies in the ship's defense system may prevent a short period (one day). 86. the implementation of protection control before the ship entered the port of Latvia, the coast guard may accept one or more of the following decisions: 53.5. request to address the deficiencies in the system of protection of the vessel;
86.2. the ship to go to the specified location;
86.3. decision on the inspection of the vessel. 87. This provision 86. the decisions referred to in paragraph 1 shall be issued orally, in accordance with the administrative procedure law article 69. 88. about this rule referred to in paragraph 86 of decision making for the coast guard immediately (as soon as possible so the decision would likely announce a ship prior to its entry into port) inform vessels covered by the decision. For this rule 86.3. the decision referred to in the coast guard shall also inform the inspection at the same time. Inspection shall in turn inform the coast guard on the ship for inspection and its results. 89. the decision on the prohibition of the vessel to enter the port inspector may accept it if there are reasonable grounds for believing that the ship is directly endangering persons, ships or other property, and if no other appropriate means to prevent this danger. 90. If the ship, in accordance with the laws and regulations that govern the granting of refuge to vessels have been granted refuge in the port of Latvia, the Inspector may prohibit the vessel to enter the port of refuge, but after the vessel's arrival in port of refuge made it extraordinary protection inspector. 91. To cancel the denial of entry into port, the shipowner or manager shall submit to the Office an application for inspection, adding a certified international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate. Refusal of access abolished only after the inspectors of the inspection, if it is found that the vessel meets the requirements of protection. 3. Port Security 3.1. General characteristics 92. Port security requirements are the following: 57.2. port security assessment and the limits of the protected area;
92.2. the port security authority designation;
92.3. port security officer's approval;
92.4. preparation of port security plan;
92.5. port security plans for approval;
57.5. port security measures laid down in the plan of implementation;
92.7. port security initial verification;
92.8. the port security issue of conformity approval. 93. In order to monitor the port security requirements, the inspectors shall carry out the following operations: 93.1. the port inspection;
93.2. the exchange of information with institutions responsible for port security, or who, in the course of their duties, are eligible with port security related information;
93.3. port security staff training programme. 94. The port shall apply by analogy the requirements of protection of port facilities, with the exception of those requirements, which is a special included in these regulations. 3.2. Port security assessments and port in the protected areas, the determination of the limit of 95. inspections shall assess: 95.1. each Latvian port security;
This rule 95.2. 95.1. ports listed in adjacent territories, if not sufficient protection may jeopardise these rules 5.1, 5.4 or 5.6 security object referred to. 96. In assessing the port security inspectors: 96.1. assess port security to protection incidents and determine the level of risk to this incident, taking into account at least the rules laid down in annex 9;
96.2. the port to which you can apply protection requirements, because protection incident risk level is low in these ports;
the port of 96.3. that need to designate a port security authority to appoint a port security officer (hereinafter the port security officer), to prepare the port security plan and implement it;
59.9. this rule 96.3. ports referred to in subparagraph defines the boundaries of the area in which you need to apply protection requirements (protected area). The protected area include: 96.4.1. port areas to introduce protection measures;
96.4.2. ports in adjacent areas, where the need to introduce protective measures;
96.5. this rule 96.3. ports referred to in subparagraph gives recommendations and guidance on protective measures to be included in the port security plan, giving priority to measures of protection. 97. If the Inspector when evaluating port facilities, has established that this port facility protection area covers the entire port, protection requirements relating to port facilities is primary compared with protection requirements relating to port. 98. in order to ensure that those rules are set out in paragraph 96 of the requirements, the Inspector: 98.1. collects information in accordance with this provision, paragraph 99;
viewing port 98.2. According to this provision, paragraph 100;
98.3. preparing the port security assessment report under this provision 101. 99. before this rule 98.2. referred to inspection the Inspector collects information about the vulnerability of the port and its surroundings and danger. To collect information and to ensure its protection, the inspector shall: 99.1. familiarize yourself with information about port security and safety, as well as consult with officials of the institutions associated with national security and defence (such as the national police, the security police, the National Guard, the national armed forces maritime forces of Latvia, national fire and rescue service) on port security and safety;
99.2. port authorities to send the questionnaire to the assessment of protection issues related to port security and risk, and determine the agenda for the questionnaire, as well as the time limit for inspection (no later than three working days before this rule 98.2. inspections referred to in point);
99.3. If necessary, ask additional questions that have not been included in the evaluation questionnaire of protection;
99.4. after evaluation questionnaires submitted to inspection to ensure the protection of information against unauthorised disclosure. 100. The Preview time and the time the Inspector agreed with the port authorities, not later than five working days before the inspection. 101. the inspector shall prepare a port security assessment report, subject to the following conditions: 101.1. port security assessment report includes information that satisfies the provisions laid down in annex 9 of the port security assessment elements;
101.2. port security assessment report shall be drawn up in duplicate. One copy of the message in the 30 days following that rule 98.2. Overview referred to the completion of the send port administration, the other copy is kept at the inspection;
101.3. together with the port security assessment report the port administration shall send a notice of the need to push for approval to the port security officer's candidacy, to develop the port security plan and implement it, if the rating is found that port is subject to security requirements. 102. the inspection report in full to the port and next to it an assessment of the protection of the territory at least once every five years. If the port changes occurred or its threat changes, port authorities will be obliged to provide the relevant information. Based on new information about changes in the port or its threat, the inspector shall make any amendments to the port security assessment report. On amendments to the Inspector within three working days after they are made, shall inform the port authorities. Port authorities are obliged to incorporate the amendments to the port security assessment report instance that is stored in the port. 103. The provisions referred to in paragraph 95 of the evaluation and the protection of this provision, paragraph 102 port security assessment of monitoring may take the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation, where such a mandate for empowerment in the agreement concluded between the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and the defence organisation. Recognised security organisation that assessed the port security or carrying out the supervision of the port security assessment shall not be entitled to draw up or revise the same port security plan. 104. If a port security assessment or monitoring of the port security assessment in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 103 the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation, before the observable resultant estimates of the use of the results of the port security plan or the amendment is submitted for the approval of the inspection. Inspection assessed the assessment or monitoring of compliance with the amendment of the resultant estimates protection and empowerment agreement. If non-compliance is detected, an assessment of the inspection or evaluation of the amendments does not endorse or require that the assessment be made of the new, or authorise the other recognised organisation of protection of evaluation or assessment itself. 3.3. The port security authority 105. for each Inspection the Latvian port defines the port security authority by decision. 106. The port security authority shall be established for an indefinite period. Inspection at any time, you can change the port security authority deciding on legal status in respect of the old port security authority and the decision on the new port security authority. 107. More ports, you can designate a single enforcement agency. 108. The port security authority may establish: 108.1. port authorities;
108.2. the institution which, in accordance with Council Regulation No 725/2004 on maritime traffic Security the competent authority;
108.3. other institutions associated with national security and defence. 109. The port security authority shall be responsible for the protection of the port, including port security plan preparation and implementation. 3.4. Port Security Officer 110. Inspection by port authorities a written proposal for each Latvian port where applicable for security requirements, the port security officer approved by decision. 111. the port's candidacy of the port security officer post be approved if it meets the part A of the ISPS code in paragraph 18.1 the port facility protection officer. 112. If the inspection finds that the approved port security officer no longer complies with this provision 111. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1, it may withdraw the approval of the port security officer and require the port to put up a new port security officer's candidacy. 113. More ports can approve one port security officer. 114. The port security officer shall carry out their duties related to the protection of the Harbour (by analogy with the part A of the ISPS code 17 and 18 the obligations set out in the port facility protection officer), and have a contact with the port security related issues. 115. where the port security officer is not the port facility protection officer, the port security officer shall liaise with the port in the port facility security officers. 116. The port security officer can be alternates. The port security officer, Deputy corresponds to part A of the ISPS code in paragraph 18.1 the port facility protection officer. The port security officer is not the nomination of the Deputy must approve the inspection, on the conformity of this nomination requirements laid down in point inspection make sure port security plan evaluation process in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 119. 3.5. The port security plan and its preparation and approval of amendment 117. Port security officer or port security plan, it can be used in the preparation of amendments to the State joint stock company "Latvian sea Admiral nistrācij" recognised security organisation services. The port security officer of port security plan, or its amendments, shall be subject to the following conditions: 117.1. port security plans shall be prepared in accordance with the provisions laid down in annex 10 of the plan's structure;
117.2. port security plans shall be prepared in accordance with the provisions of annex 11 to the requirements for individual content items (creating the rest of the port security plan shall contain, mutatis mutandis, the requirements and recommendations by the Council Regulation No 725/2004 determines the port facility security plans);
117.3. If the port serving the ro-ro vessels, the port security plan shall include specific protection measures to be applied in respect of passengers and vehicles to be carried on ro-ro vessels;
117.4. port security plan integrates in its territory the port facility security plans;
117.5. port security plans, or amendments thereto in the preparation used: 117.5.1. port security assessment information included in the report;
117.5.2. the conclusions reached by analyzing the port security assessment information included in the report;
117.5.3. the conclusions reached by analyzing actual conditions;
117.5.4. the conclusions reached by analyzing inspection and other national security and defence related institutions (such as the national police, the security police, the National Guard, the national armed forces of Latvia's Navy, the State fire and rescue service) recommendations;
117.6. port security plan, or its amendments, prepare the Latvian language. 118. The port security plan, or its amendments submitted (if necessary, also electronically) inspection in duplicate. 119. the Inspector assess port security plan, or its amendments, compliance with the protection requirements and adopt one of the following decisions: 119.1. the port security plan, or its amendments, approval;
119.2. port security plans, or amendments thereto, with the approval of the task to prevent the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the required port vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
119.3. on refusal to approve the port security plan, or its amendments. 120. the decision on the port security plan, or its amendments, approval of State: 120.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
120.2. the port, on which the decision is taken;
120.3. the port security plan, or its amendments of the protection provided by the imposition of the deadline (not later than six months after the port security plan, or its amendments, approval). 121. the decision on the port security plan, or its amendments, approval to the task to prevent the identified deficiencies: 121.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
121.2. the port, on which the decision is taken;
121.3. deadline (not later than six months after the port security plan, or its amendments, approval) in which inevitably the weaknesses mentioned in the decision, stating that the protection plan, or its amendments, the approval will be cancelled if no deadline is respected;
121.4. the port security plan, or its amendments of the protection provided by the imposition of the deadline (not later than six months after the port security plan, or its amendments, approval). 122. the decision on refusal to approve the port security plan, or its amendments specify: 122.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
122.2. port, on which the decision is taken;
122.3. port security plan, or its amendments, the application deadline (not later than six months after the date of adoption of the present decision). 123. If the Inspector accepts this provision or 119.2.119.1. the decision referred to in the paragraph, he approved the port security plan, or its amendments, in making the laws drafting documents and design requirements laid down in the appropriate field of the inscription on both the port security plan, or its amendments, a copy of the cover page. 124. If the port security plan, or its amendments are approved, together with one copy of these rules or the bottom paragraph 119.2.119.1. the decision referred to in the inspection shall send the port administration. 125. If an amendment to the port security plan is approved, the port security officer changes its protection plan, which has been amended, and shall mark the amendment the accounting page. Replaced the page with a protection plan to destroy old versions. Inspector carried out port security plan, which stores copies of the inspection. 126. If a port security plan, or its amendments, the two copies submitted with this provision 119.3. the decision referred to in point inspection of the port administration sent. 127. Port security plans for the port security officer in full report at least every six months. Port security training of personnel, training and teaching plans are reviewed no less than once a year. According to the information indicates the port security section of the plan, which sets the protection plan of the port of regular review and update. 128. The port security plan, or its amendments, if the presentation does not conform to the regulations laid down in the document development and design requirements, and this discrepancy is interfering with the port security plan, or its amendments. 129. The inspection shall not be approved such amendments in the port security plan: 129.1. changes the information about the port security officer;
129.2. changes of port security training of personnel, training and learning plans.
129.3. changes in contact information. 130. Seven working days after these regulations have been paragraphs 129 changes, the port security plan shall be amended accordingly and you of the changes and amendments made in writing inform the inspection. 131. If the Inspector found deficiencies in the port security plan, or its amendments has not been corrected within the time specified by the Inspector, the Inspector may take one of the following decisions: 131.1. port security plans for approval, if the port security compliance approval has not yet been issued;
131.2. port security plans for approval and confirmation of the conformity of port security, if the cancellation of the port security compliance approval has been issued;
131.3. port security plans for the withdrawal of the amendment, if the port security plan amendments found deficiencies will not significantly reduce the required port vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object). 132.131. These provisions in the decisions referred to in point: 132.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
132.2. port, on which the decision is taken;
132.3. the port security plan or amendment thereto the application deadline (not later than six months after the date of adoption of the present decision). 133. In accordance with the provisions of paragraph 131 voided documents shall be submitted to the Office within three working days after the entry into force of the decision on the cancellation. 3.6. The port security plan, amendment and port security storage of recorded 134. Port security plans, plan, and draft amendments to the amendment of part of port security, as well as parts of records containing State secrets, classified and protected according to the law "on State secrets" and other national legislation in the field of the protection of professional secrecy requirements. 135. The port security plan, plan, and draft amendments to the amendment, as well as the port security to parts of records which do not contain State secrets, granted the status "information service" and ensure adequate protection in accordance with the freedom of information act and other regulations, the limited availability of information protection. 136. The port security record is at least: 136.1. port security training, workouts and training reports;
136.2. records of the port security incidents and threats;
136.3. records of violations of port security;
136.4. records of port security levels;
136.5. records of the port security equipment for inspection, maintenance and calibration;
136.6. records of the port security plan amendment;
136.7. port security system inspection records;
136.8. records of the port security plan revisions;
136.9. records of the review of the port security assessment;
136.10. the Declaration of protection;
136.11. records of the risk to the ship or to port facilities the ship is, or has been. 137. Any approved copies of the port security plan, and shall keep a copy of the amendment to the port, the second copy-inspection. 138. The port security records kept in port for at least six years. 3.7. The port security compliance approval 139. Port security compliance certificate (annex 12) inspection shall be issued by this provision or 148.1.1.148.1.2. checks referred to in point. 140. the Inspectorate within five working days after 153.2. these provisions or the 153.3. the decision referred to the issue of preparing the port authority port security compliance approval. 141. The port security compliance approval shall be issued for a period of up to five years. Port security compliance approval may be issued for a period shorter than five years, if: 141.1. the Inspector has reasonable information about the expected actual change of circumstances for port period shorter than five years from the approval of the conformity of the service (such as for port reconstruction or dissolution, port protection systems);
141.2 of port authorities received the corresponding written request. 142. If port security compliance approval damaged, stolen or lost, the port authority shall inform in writing the inspection. Inspection within five working days of approval shall be issued a duplicate. The duplicate, accept port authority passes the damaged approval if it is port authority. 143. the inspection shall withdraw approval of the port security compliance: 143.1. finds that the port is no longer applicable security requirements;
143.2. port to 148.1.3 these provisions. the deadline laid down in the bottom point is not requested to take interim protection check or not received proof of intermediate grade confirmation of conformity of port security;
143.3. port or port an existing port facilities protection, on inspection of port security system mismatch protection plan or protection requirements and after inspection found deficiencies are not corrected or new deficiencies have been detected. If this rule 150.207, paragraph or application for repeating a port or port facility protection checks are not submitted to the tests indicated in the primary decision, deficiencies found during expiration, it is considered that the deficiencies are not remedied, and inspections may be cancelled with the port security compliance approval without an inspection. 144. the decision on the port security compliance confirmation cancellation: 144.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
144.2. port for which the adoption of the decision. 145. The port security approval of conformity that has a valid term or revoked PA in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 143, shall be provided to the inspection within three working days after the date of expiry or cancellation of the decision on the date of its entry into force. Inspectors shall have the right of any person other than the holding of port security compliance confirmation has expired or is revoked. 146. If port security compliance with a period of validity of the approval or the port security compliance approval is revoked, a new port security compliance inspection shall be issued following approval of this provision 148.1.2. checks referred to in point. 3.8. Port security checks 147. Port security check shall be carried out in order to verify compliance with the port security system for the port security plan or port security requirements. 148. inspectors shall carry out the following port security checks: 148.1. depending on the destination: 148.1.1. check initial inspection, carried out before the first port security compliance approval issued to the port concerned;
148.1.2. rejuvenating examination carried out before repeating the port security compliance approval issued to the port concerned;
148.1.3. intermediate inspection carried out once a year in the interim between the port security compliance approval and its expiration date, given that the period between inspections shall not exceed 18 calendar months;
148.1.4. extraordinary check-any examination that is not 148.1.1 these rules, 148.1.2. and 148.1.3.. and referred by the Inspector to verify the protection systems continued compliance protection plan or protection requirements, including testing carried out on the basis of the information received from the other national security and defence related institutions (such as public stock company Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection, State police The security police, the national border guard, national armed forces naval forces of Latvia, national fire and rescue service) or any other legal or natural persons for non-conformity of the port security plan or protection requirements;
148.2. depending on the tests: 148.2.1. primary check-any of these provisions referred to 148.1. check carried out by the relevant port for the first time;
148.2.2. inspection-any of these provisions referred to 148.1. verification shall be carried out by the respective port if primary is found during the inspection port security system does not conform to the approved port security plan or port security requirements, to ensure that the deficiencies found have been rectified and new are not incurred. If you have not received information about the lack of new generation port area in which primary deficiencies during an inspection was not found, the port security checking again checks only the port area where the primary was established during the verification. 149. An intermediate check can be combined with extraordinary check. 150. the Inspector of the port security check carried out on the basis of the application of the port officers, except for the founder of extraordinary check. The application shall be submitted at least five working days before the desired test to the applicant. 151. In the five working days following the rules referred to in paragraph 150 of the application receiving the Inspector agreed with the port officers for the port security check time and deadlines. Port security check starting no later than the month following that rule in the application referred to in paragraph 150. 152. On the port security test results report (annex 13). The report shall be signed by the person who drew it, and the representative of the port. If the port representative refuses to sign the report, the report in question on the record. Port agent or other person that provides port security, provide explanations on the findings during the inspection port security system deficiencies. These explanations add message. The port representative has the right to submit comments on the content of the message, and also mention the reasons for which he refuses to sign it. Notes to attach to the message. 153. at 148.1.1. those rules or 148.1.2. checks referred to in this provision, the inspector shall draw up a report referred to in paragraph 152 of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 153.1. refusal to issue a confirmation of conformity of port security, port security, if the system does not meet the protection plan;
153.2. port security compliance approval issued to the task to prevent inspection during the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the required port vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
153.3. port security compliance approval if the issue of port security system fully complies with the protection plan. 154. the decision on the refusal to issue a port security compliance approval: 154.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
154.2. a port, on which the decision is taken;
154.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which inevitably the weaknesses and in the decision to reuse the port security check. 155. the decision on the approval of the port security issue of conformity with the task to prevent the identified deficiencies: 155.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
155.2. the port, on which the decision is taken;
155.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which inevitably the weaknesses and in the decision to reuse the port security check, indicating that the port security compliance approval will be cancelled, if the deadline was not met. 156. the decision on the approval of the port security issue of conformity: 156.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
156.2. the port to which decision. 157. at the bottom of the rules referred to in paragraph 148.1.3. inspection the inspector shall draw up the rules referred to in paragraph 152 of the report of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 157.1. refusal to make interim receipt check port security compliance approval if the port security system does not meet the protection plan;
the intermediate certificate 157.2. marks of port security in conformity with the approval of the task to prevent inspection during the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the required port vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
157.3. the interim certification marks made port security compliance approval if the port security protection system complies with the plan. 158. the decision on refusal to make interim receipt check port security compliance confirmation indicates that rule 154 the information referred to in paragraph. 159. the decision on the interim certification marks made port security compliance approval with the task to prevent the identified deficiencies indicate that the information referred to in paragraph 155. The decision on the interim certification marks made port security compliance confirmation indicates that rule the information referred to in paragraph 156. After the adoption of this decision by the inspector shall make interim receipt check port security compliance approval. 160. at the bottom of the rules referred to in paragraph 148.1.4. inspection the inspector shall draw up the rules referred to in paragraph 152 of the report of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 160.1. the port does not match the requirements of the protection of this provision, indicating the information referred to in paragraph 154;
160.2. compliance with the protection requirements with the task of prevent inspection during the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the required port vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes throughout the site) including this provision, the information referred to in paragraph 155;
160.3. the compliance with the protection requirements of these regulations, indicating the information referred to in paragraph 156. 161. The port security during the inspection the inspector shall: 161.1. check port security compliance approval expiration date, if such confirmation has been issued to the relevant port;
161.2. check port security system compliance with the port security plan or protection requirements. 4. Port facility protection 4.1.162. The General characteristics of the facility protection requirements are as follows: 162.1. evaluation of protection of port facilities and port facilities of the protected area boundaries;
162.2. the port facility security plan preparation;
162.3. the port facility security plan approval;
162.4. the port facility security plan of a specific protection measures;
162.5. port facility protection initial verification;
162.6. port facility protection service of confirmation of conformity. 163. In order to monitor the port facility security requirements, the inspectors shall carry out the following operations: 163.1. examination of the port facility;
163.2. the exchange of information with the institutions responsible for the protection of the port facility, or people who are interested in the protection of the port facility;
163.3. port facility security personnel training program. 4.2. assessment of protection of port facilities and port facilities, the determination of protected area 164. inspections shall assess: 164.1. protection of the port facility, which serves this provision 5.1 or 5.3 bottom vessels referred to in paragraph 1;
164.2. This provision 164.1. referred to in point port facilities adjacent to the territories, if not sufficient protection may jeopardise these rules 5.1, 5.4 or 5.6 security object referred to. 165. In assessing the port facility protection officer under part A of the ISPS code and paragraph 15 B 15: evaluate 165.1. port facility security to protection incidents and determine the level of risk of incidents;
165.2. the port facility, which may or may not apply the protection requirements of these rules, because its 5.1 or 5.3. ships referred to in paragraph served rare (evaluation shall take into account the frequency of the service during the year and ship service effort over a period of less than one year);
165.3. determining the port facilities which require to designate the port facility protection officer to prepare the port facility security plan and implement it;
165.4. This provision 165.3. referred to in point port facilities determine the boundaries of the protected area. The protected area include: 165.4.1. port facility of the areas in which you need to implement protective measures;
165.4.2. port facilities in adjacent areas, where the need to introduce protective measures;
165.5. This provision 165.3. referred to in point port facilities provide recommendations and guidance on protective measures to be included in the port facility security plan, giving priority to measures of protection. 166. in order to ensure that the rules laid down in paragraph 165 of the requirements, the Inspector: 166.1. collects information in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 167;
166.2. port facility in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 168;
166.3. prepare a port facility security assessment report in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 169. 167. before these rules below point 166.2 inspection the Inspector collects information about the port facilities and its surrounding security and threats. To collect information and to ensure its protection, the inspector shall take the following measures: 167.1. familiarize yourself with the information on port facilities and security, as well as consult with officials of the institutions associated with national security and defence (such as the national police, the security police, the National Guard, the national armed forces maritime forces of Latvia, national fire and rescue service), on a port facility protection and safety;
167.2. port facility owner or Manager sends a questionnaire to the assessment of protection issues related to port facility security and risk, and determine the agenda for the questionnaire, as well as the time limit for inspection (no later than three working days before the rule referred to 166.2. view);
167.3. If necessary, ask additional questions that have not been included in the evaluation questionnaire of protection;
167.4. after evaluation questionnaires submitted to inspection to ensure the protection of information against unauthorised disclosure. 168. The Inspector is carrying out inspections of the facility, subject to the following conditions: 168.1. for port facilities while viewing the Inspector agreed with port facility owner or manager not later than five working days before the inspection;
168.2. port facilities shall be made within one day, but if the amount of work is large (check cannot be performed within one day) or if you need additional information about the port facility, the inspection period may be extended up to two working days. 169. the inspector shall prepare a port facility security assessment report, subject to the following conditions: 169.1. port facility security assessment report contains information corresponding to the part A of the ISPS code, in paragraph 15.7 15.5., 15.3 of part B of this paragraph and the provisions referred to in paragraph 165 of the port facility security assessment elements;
169.2. port facility security assessment report shall be drawn up in triplicate. 15 days after the 166.2. these provisions referred to view one of the completion of the port facility security assessment report copies sent to the port facility, the owner or Manager, other-port headquarters, and the third copy kept in the inspection;
169.3. together with the port facility security assessment report port facility owner or Manager to send a notice of the need to appoint a port facility protection officer to develop a port facility security plan and implement it, if the assessment shows that the port facilities is subject to the requirements of protection. 170. the inspection report in full to the port facility and areas next to it the protection assessment at least every five years. If you have been a port facility or its threat changes, port facility owner or Manager will be obliged to provide the relevant information. Based on new information about changes in the port facility or its threat, the inspector shall make any amendments to the port facility security assessment report. On amendments to the Inspector within three working days after they are made, shall inform the owner of the facility or the Manager. Port facility owner or Manager is responsible to include amendments to the port facility security assessment report instance that is stored within the port facility. 171. This provision the protection referred to in paragraph 164 of the assessment and the provision referred to in paragraph 170 of the port facility security assessment of monitoring may take the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation, where such a mandate for empowerment in the agreement concluded between the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and the defence organisation. 172. If the protection or the port facility security assessment monitoring in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 171 of the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation, before the results of the evaluation of the use of the port facility security plan or amendment to the approval of the inspection. The inspection or evaluation of the evaluation assesses the compliance of the amendments to the requirements of protection and empowerment agreement. If non-compliance is detected, an assessment of the inspection or evaluation of the amendments does not endorse or require that the assessment be made of the new, or authorise the other recognised organisation of protection of evaluation or assessment itself. 4.3. The port facility security plan and the preparation and approval of amendment 173. Port facility protection officer of port facility security plans, or amendments thereto may be used for the preparation of national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation services under part B of the ISPS code 4.4. Port facility protection officer of the port facility security plan, or its amendments, shall be subject to the following conditions: 173.1. the port facility security plan shall be prepared in accordance with the provisions laid down in annex 14. structure of the plan;
173.2. the port facility security plan, or its amendments, preparation used: 173.2.1. the port facility security assessment report included information;
173.2.2. the conclusions reached by analyzing the port facility security assessment report included information;
173.2.3. the conclusions reached by analyzing actual conditions;
173.2.4. the conclusions reached by analyzing inspection and other national security and defence related institutions (such as the national police, the security police, the National Guard, the national armed forces of Latvia's Navy, the State fire and rescue service) recommendations;
173.3. the port facility security plan, or its amendments, prepare the Latvian language. 174. The port facility security plan, or its amendments submitted (if necessary, also electronically) inspection in triplicate. 175. the inspector shall assess the port facility security plan, or its amendments, compliance with the protection requirements and adopt one of the following decisions: 175.1. the port facility security plan, or its amendments, approval;
175.2. the port facility security plan, or its amendments, approval to the task to prevent the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the required port facilities security (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
175.3. refusal to confirm to the port facility security plan, or its amendments. 176. the decision of the port facility security plan, or its amendments, approval of State: 176.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
176.2. port facility, for which the decision is taken;
176.3. the port facility security plan, or its amendments of the protection provided by the imposition of the deadline (not later than six months after the port facility security plan, or its amendments, approval). 177. the decision of the port facility security plan, or its amendments, approval to the task to prevent the identified deficiencies: 177.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
177.2. port facility, for which the decision is taken;
time limit (177.3. not later than six months after the port facility security plan or the approval of the amendment) in which inevitably the defects in the decision of the port facility security plan, or its amendments, noting that the protection plan approval or approval of the amendment it will be void, unless the deadline is respected;
177.4. the port facility security plan, or its amendments of the protection provided by the imposition of the deadline (not later than six months after the port facility security plan, or its amendments, approval). 178. the decision on refusal to approve the port facility security plan, or its amendments specify: 178.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
178.2. port facility, for which the decision is taken;
178.3. the port facility security plan or an amendment thereto the application deadline (not later than six months after the date of adoption of the present decision). 179. If the Inspector accepts this provision or section 175.1.175.2. the above decision, he approved port facility security plan, or its amendments, in making the laws drafting documents and design requirements laid down in the appropriate field of the inscription on the three submitted a port facility protection plan, or its amendments, a copy of the cover page. 180. When the port facility security plan, or its amendments are approved, together with one copy of these rules, or 175.1. the decision referred to in paragraph 175.2. the inspection shall send the port facility owner or Manager, other copy-port administration. 181. If the amendments to the port facility security plan is approved, the port facility protection officer changes its protection plan pages that have been modified, and makes the tag records the amendments page. Replaced the page with a protection plan to destroy old versions. The port security officer and inspector carried out in the port facility security plan instance that is stored in the appropriate port or inspection. 182. When the port facility security plan, or its amendments, all three copies are submitted together with the provisions of decision referred to 175.3. the inspection shall send the port facility owner or Manager. 183. The port facility security plan of a port facility protection officer in full report at least every six months. The defense of the port facility personnel training, training and training plan shall be reviewed at least once a year. Specify the appropriate information in the port facility security plan, which defines the area of the port facility security plan for the regular review and updating. 184. The port facility security plan, or its amendments, if the presentation does not conform to the laws and the documents in the field of developing and designing requirements, and this discrepancy is interfering with the port facility security plans, or amendments thereto. 185. the protection of ships and port inspections must not approve the following changes to the port facility security plan: 185.1. the change in information about the captains of the port facility protection;
185.2. changes in the port facility protection personnel training, training and training plans;
185.3. changes in contact information. 186. Within seven working days after these regulations have been 185. changes referred to, the port facility security plan and the amendments to be made about the changes and amendments made in writing inform the inspection. 187. If the Inspector found deficiencies in the port facility security plan, or its amendments has not been corrected within the time specified by the Inspector, the Inspector may take one of the following decisions: 187.1. the port facility security plan of withdrawal of approval if a port facility protection compliance approval has not yet been issued;
187.2. the port facility security plan and the approval of the port facility protection compliance approval, if a port facility protection compliance approval has been issued;
187.3. the port facility security plan for the withdrawal of the amendment, when the port facility security plan by shortcomings are not significantly reduces the required port facilities security (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object). 188.187. These provisions in the decisions referred to in point: 188.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
188.2. port facility, for which the decision is taken;
188.3. the port facility security plan or an amendment thereto the application deadline (not later than six months after the date of adoption of the present decision). 189. In accordance with the provisions of paragraph 187 voided documents shall be submitted to the Office within three working days after the entry into force of the decision on the cancellation. 4.4. The port facility security plan, its amendments and port facilities for storing protection 190. Port facility security plan, plan, and draft amendments to the amendment of part of the port facilities, as well as the protection of parts that contain State secrets, classified and protected according to the law "on State secrets" and other laws for the protection of State secrets. 191. The port facility security plan, plan, and draft amendments to the amendment, as well as the protection of port facilities which do not contain State secrets, granted the status "information service" and ensure adequate protection in accordance with the freedom of information act and other regulations, the limited availability of information protection. 192. Port facility protection of at least: 192.1. port facility protection training, workouts and training reports;
192.2. records of the port facility protection incidents and threats;
192.3. records of the violations of the port facility;
192.4. records of the port facility of changing the level of protection;
192.5. the records of the port facility protection equipment inspection, maintenance and calibration;
192.6. records of the port facility security plan amendment;
192.7. port facility protection systems inspection records;
192.8. records of the port facility security plan revisions;
192.9. records of the port facility security assessment review;
the Declaration of protection; 192.10.
192.11. Notes risks to the ship or to port facilities the ship is, or has been. 193. One of the approved port facility security plan, as well as a copy of the amendments shall keep a copy of the port facility, the second copy-port, the third copy-inspection. 194. The port facility protection shall be retained in the facility for at least six years. 4.5. Port facility protection compliance approval 195. Port facility protection compliance certificate (annex 15) inspection shall be issued following this rule or 205.1.1.205.1.2. checks referred to in point. 196. the Inspectorate within five working days after this provision or 211.2.211.3. the decision referred to the issue of preparing the port facility operator or Manager of the port facility protection compliance approval. 197. The port facility protection compliance approval shall be issued for a period of up to five years. Port facility protection compliance approval may be issued for a period shorter than five years, if: the Inspector has 197.1. based information on expected actual change of circumstances relating to the port facility within a period shorter than five years from the date of issue of the approval of compliance (for example, for the reconstruction of the port facility, or termination, of the port facility protection system exchange, port facility owner or Manager);
197.2. inspection repeatedly issued the approval in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 198;
197.3. the port facility owner or Manager received a corresponding written request. 198. where a port facility protection compliance approval during the period of validity has changed the port facility or of the owner of the manager name, type, or legal address, port facility owner or Manager within five working days after the change, submit the relevant application inspection. The application shall be accompanied by documents proving the changes. On the basis of the documents submitted and their port facility security tests that were performed in the previous approval, inspection, within 15 days after receipt of the application, again a port facility protection issued a compliance approval. It shall be issued for a period not exceeding the approval specified previously issued the approval expiration date. Accept, again a port facility owner or manager approval previously issued shall, if it has port facilities at the disposal of the owner or the Manager. 199. where a port facility protection compliance approval damaged, stolen or lost, the owner of the facility or the manager shall inform in writing the inspection. Inspection within five working days of approval shall be issued a duplicate. You receive a duplicate approval of the port facility, the owner or manager shall corrupt approval if it is port facilities at the disposal of the holder or Manager. 200. Inspection cancelled port facility protection compliance approval if: 200.1. finds that the port facilities are no longer applicable security requirements;
200.2. port facility to 205.1.3 these provisions. the period set in paragraph requested the interim protection assay or equipment not received interim receipt mark of a port facility protection compliance approval;
200.3. port facility protection, on inspection of the port facility protection system non-compliance protection plan or protection requirements and after inspection found deficiencies are not corrected or new deficiencies have been detected. If this provision is referred to in paragraph 207 of the application on the port facility protection check are not filed until the primary test in the decision of the deficiencies found by the deadline, it is considered that the deficiencies are not remedied, and inspections may be cancelled with a port facility, eligibility of protection approval without an inspection. 201. the decision on the protection of the facility's compliance with the withdrawal of approval: 201.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
201.2. the port facility, for which the adoption of the decision. 202. A port facility protection compliance confirmation has expired or is revoked in accordance with this Regulation shall be submitted to the inspection point 200 within three working days after the date of expiry or cancellation of the decision on the date of its entry into force. Inspectors shall have the right of any person other than the holding of a port facility protection compliance confirmation has expired or is revoked. 203. If the period of protection of the port facility matches the period of validity of the approval or compliance of a port facility protection approval is revoked, a new port facility protection compliance inspection shall be issued by the approval of these regulations 205.1.2. checks referred to in point. 4.6. Port facility security clearance 204. Port facility protection checking out to make sure the port facility protection system for compliance with the port facility security plan or port facility protection requirements. 205. inspectors shall carry out the following port facility security clearance: 205.1. depending on the destination: 205.1.1. check initial inspection, carried out before the first port facility protection service of the confirmation of compliance the port facilities;
205.1.2. rejuvenating examination carried out before repeating a port facility protection service of the confirmation of compliance the port facilities;
205.1.3. intermediate inspection carried out once a year in the interim between port facility protection approval of conformity and its expiration date, given that the period between inspections shall not exceed 18 calendar months;
205.1.4. extraordinary verification-verification, which is not any of these rules, 205.1.2., 205.1.1.205.1.3. check and referred by the Inspector to verify the protection systems continued compliance protection plan or protection requirements, including testing carried out on the basis of the information received from the other national security and defence related institutions (such as public stock company Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection, State police The security police, the national border guard, national armed forces naval forces of Latvia, national fire and rescue service) or any other legal or natural persons, non-compliance of a port facility protection plan or protection requirements;
205.2. depending on the tests: 205.2.1. primary check-any this rule 205.1. check referred to in the relevant port facilities, carried out for the first time;
205.2.2. inspection-any rule 205.1. check referred to in the relevant port facilities out if primary is found during the inspection of a port facility protection systems do not conform to the approved port facility security plan or port facility security requirements, to ensure that the deficiencies found have been rectified and new are not incurred. 206. An intermediate check can be combined with extraordinary check. 207. the Inspector of the port facility protection test is carried out on the basis of the port facility owner or Manager application, with the exception of the extraordinary primary check. The application shall be submitted at least five working days before the desired test to the applicant. 208. Within five working days after the rules referred to in paragraph 207 of the receipt of the application, the Inspector agreed with the port facility, the owner or Manager of port facility security clearance time. Port facility protection verification shall be carried out not later than one month following that rule in the application referred to in paragraph 207. 209. The port facility protection check runs within one day, but if the volume of the work to be carried out is large (it is not possible to check in one day), the trial period may be extended up to two working days. 210. The port facility security clearance of the results report (annex 16). The report shall be signed by the person who drew it, and the representative of the port facility. If a representative of the facility refuses to sign the report, the report in question on the record. The representative of the port facility or other persons providing port facilities protection, provide explanations on the findings during the inspection of a port facility protection system deficiencies. These explanations add message. A representative of the port facility has the right to submit comments on the content of the message, and also mention the reasons for which he refuses to sign it. Notes to attach to the message. 211. at 205.1.1. those rules or 205.1.2. checks referred to in this provision, the inspector shall draw up a report referred to in paragraph 211 of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 211.1. refusal to issue a port facility protection compliance approval if a port facility protection system does not meet the protection plan;
211.2. the port facility protection service for approval of conformity with the task of prevent inspection during the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the required port facilities security (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
211.3. the port facility protection service of confirmation of conformity if the port facility protection system for fully complies with the protection plan. 212. the decision on the refusal to issue a port facility protection compliance approval: 212.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
212.2. a port facility for which a decision has been taken;
212.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which inevitably the weaknesses in the decision and to reopen a port facility protection. 213. the decision on adequacy of port facility protection service with the approval of the task to prevent the identified deficiencies: 213.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
213.2. port facility, for which the decision is taken;
213.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which inevitably the weaknesses in the decision and to reopen a port facility protection assay, indicating that a port facility protection compliance approval will be cancelled, if the deadline was not met. 214. the decision on adequacy of port facility protection service of approval: 214.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
214.2. port facility, for which the adoption of the decision. 215. at the bottom of the rules referred to in paragraph 205.1.3. inspection the inspector shall draw up the rules referred to in paragraph 210 of the report of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 215.1. refusal to make interim certification mark protection compliance of a port facility, if approval of the port facility protection system does not meet the protection plan;
the intermediate certificate 215.2. marks in a port facility protection approval of compliance with the task to prevent inspection during the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the required port facilities security (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
the intermediate certificate 215.3. marks in compliance with the protection of the port facility, if approval of the port facility protection system complies with the protection plan. 216. the decision on refusal to make interim receipt mark of a port facility protection compliance confirmation indicates that rule 212 information referred to in paragraph. 217. the decision on the interim certification marks, protection of the facility in compliance with the approval task to prevent the identified deficiencies indicate that the information referred to in paragraph 213. The decision on the interim certification marks, protection of the facility in compliance with these provisions the approval shall specify the information referred to in paragraph 214. After the adoption of this decision by the inspector shall make interim receipt mark of a port facility protection compliance approval. 218. at the bottom of the rules referred to in paragraph 205.1.4. inspection the inspector shall draw up the rules referred to in paragraph 210 of the report of the examination and shall adopt one of the following decisions: 218.1. a port facility without compliance with the protection requirements of these regulations, indicating the information referred to in paragraph 212;
218.2. compliance of a port facility protection requirements with the task of prevent inspection during the identified deficiencies, if they do not significantly reduce the required port facilities security (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes throughout the site) including this provision, the information referred to in paragraph 213;
218.3. compliance of a port facility protection requirements, indicating that rule 214. information referred to in paragraph 1. 219. the port facility security clearance during the inspector shall: 219.1. check port facility protection compliance approval expiration date, if such confirmation to the port facility concerned has been issued;
check the 219.2. port facility protection system for compliance with the port facility security plan or protection requirements. 220. If port facility security clearance during the port facility protection system non-compliance protection plan or protection requirements and its people, are at risk due to the vessel or other property, as well as no other suitable means to prevent this danger, the Inspector may suspend operations within the port facility and request to address deficiencies in the system of protection. The decision on the suspension of the operation of one of the working days in writing, direct the person to which it relates, as well as port captain, who controls the execution of this decision. The decision on the suspension of the operation of the port facilities repeal only after checking again, if found defective, which stopped operations, is eliminated. The decision on suspension of operation: 220.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
220.2. port facility, for which the decision is taken;
220.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which inevitably the weaknesses mentioned in the decision, noting that port facility protection compliance approval (if the port facilities that have been issued) will be cancelled, if the deadline was not met. 5. the Declaration of protection of the 221. flag vessels and Latvian ports port facilities deployed in accordance with part A of the ISPS code in paragraph 5 shall prepare a declaration of protection in ship and port and ship and ship's interactions: interactions involved in 221.1. If the ship or port facility operates in the second or third level of protection;
221.2. If the ship and port or the ship and the ship's final three interaction happened during protection incident or been scares;
221.3. If involved in the interactions between port facility last month happened protection incident or been scares;
221.4. If a ship is the interaction with the port facility, which is not subject to protection requirements;
221.5. If a ship is the interaction with the ship, which is not subject to protection requirements;
If the vessel is 221.6. interactions with port facility, subject to security requirements, but they are not being complied with-not drawn up and implemented in the port facility security plans, port facility security plan approval is revoked, the Latvian port a port facility is operated without a port facility protection compliance approval or approval is not valid (the approval is not valid if it is not done within the time limits for receipt of interim tag or if it expired);
221.7. where a port facility has interaction with ships to which the requirements of protection, but they are not being complied with-ship operated without an international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate or certificate not valid (certificate is invalid if it is not done within the intermediate inspection approval or if it expires and that the procedures specified in the code are not extended);
221.8. If a ship is interaction with ships to which the requirements of protection, but they are not being complied with-ship operated without an international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate or certificate not valid (certificate is invalid if it is not done within the intermediate inspection approval or if it expires and that the procedures specified in the code are not extended);
221.9. If the ship involved in the interaction or interaction involving the port facility, performs operations related to passenger service;
If the interaction involved 221.10. in interact in the ship or involving the port facility, performs the following operations: cargo 221.10.1. operations with dangerous goods set out in the international maritime dangerous goods code (IMDG Code);
221.10.2. operations with the liquid, defined by the international code for the construction and equipment of ships carrying dangerous chemicals as liquid (IBC Code), section 17;
221.10.3. operation with liquefied gas liquid, established the international code for the construction and equipment of ships carrying liquefied gases as liquid (IGC Code), section 19;
221.11. any other vessel and port or ship and vessel interaction case, which involved in the interaction of the ship or the port facility security plan;
221.12. in any ship and port or ship and vessel interaction case, if requested by the inspection. 222.221. These provisions in the cases referred to in point protection, the Declaration shall be made each time a ship and a port or ship and vessel interaction. If the Board's interaction with the port facility or ship is a regular, you can prepare one for the Declaration of protection for a period not longer than three months. 223. the Declaration of protection shall be provided for before the time of interaction between the passenger, cargo and supply operations. 224. All parties involved in the interaction (with the exception of ships and port facilities not covered by the protection requirements) have a duty to collect information about the need for protection and the obligation to request a declaration of protection, if the interactions involved in the ship or port facility has information about this rule referred to in paragraph 221. 225. the completed Declaration of protection of the Latvian flag ship store for two years, but not less than for the last 10 visits to the port facility (this Declaration of protection, the period of storage apply individually to each port facility the ship visit). After the end of this period the protection shall be deposited in the Declaration of the owner or Manager. The owner or Manager they kept for at least four years. 226. Port facilities filled in the Declaration of protection for at least six years. 6. Staff training program for reconciliation before you Board, 227. shipping companies, port or port facility personnel (the shipping company's protection officer, ship security officer, the ship's personnel, which is specific to the protection duties, the rest of the ship's personnel, port or port facility protection officer, port or port facility personnel having specific security duties, the rest of the port or port facility personnel) protection training launch party that plan shall be submitted in the training inspection training program. The ship, the shipping company, port or port facility personnel protection training must only be performed by the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation. 228. the inspector shall assess the training programs of protection and compliance with the relevant International Maritime Organisation recommendations and adopt one of the following decisions: 228.1. for Defense personnel training program approval;
228.2. refusal to confirm protection personnel training program. 229. If the Inspector accepts this provision 228.1. the decision referred to in the subparagraph, he shall amend the laws drafting documents and design requirements laid down in the appropriate field of the inscription on the programmes submitted and the first sheet with this provision 228.1. the decision referred to in point sends it to the training programs. A copy of the approved training programs stored in the inspection. 230. If the Inspector accepts this provision 228.2. the decision referred to in the paragraph, he was training with this provision the decision referred to 228.2. sent to training programs. 7. Basic requirements for ships and shipping company, port and port facility security training 231. the owner or Manager, port authority, port facility owner or manager should ensure that vessels and shipping companies, port or port facility protection training at least once a year, but not less frequently than every 18 months. 232. The Board and the shipping company's training without the protection and conservation of the shipping company personnel can participate in relevant public authorities, the port security and port facility personnel protection personnel, taking into account the port and port facility protection requirements and port and port facility in the works. 233. The port security exercises without the port security staff may participate in the port facility security personnel, the national authorities concerned, the shipping company and the ship of the defence personnel protection personnel, taking into account the requirements of protection and safety on board. 234. The port facility protection training without the protection of the port facility personnel can participate in the port security personnel, the national authorities concerned, the shipping company and the ship of the defence personnel protection personnel, taking into account the port and ship security requirements and in port and on board safety. 235. Protection training test the communication, coordination, resource availability and response. 236. protection training can be: 236.1. full scale or full scale;
236.2. practical, theoretical simulation or seminar;
236.3. combined with other exercises (for example, training for emergency response or other competent authorities of the country of the requested training on board, in a port or port facility). 237. the owner or Manager, port authority, port facility owner or Manager during the week after the vessel, the shipping company, port or port facility protection training for them to submit inspection report. 8. the exchange of information and cooperation 238. inspectors shall carry out exchanges of information with the International Maritime Organisation, the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union in accordance with the Council Regulation No 725/2004 and article 4 of the SOLAS Convention, chapter XI-2.13. rule. 239. with regard to international maritime services inspection evaluation of protection shall cooperate with the relevant Member States of the European Union. 240. the inspector shall communicate to the Commission the list of ports covered by these rules, as well as to inform the European Commission of any changes to that list. 241. the ship, port and port facility security officers work together to ensure more complete ship, port and port facility protection, and have contacts with the vessel, port or port facility protection related issues. 9. the protection of ships and port inspection decision contested and the appeal 242. inspection referred to in these rules, decisions may be challenged in the administrative process law, submitting the application state joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration". State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration decision may appeal to the Court of Justice of the administrative procedure law. 10. concluding issues. 243 to declare unenforceable in the Cabinet of 15 February 2005, Regulation No 128 "vessel, port and port facility protection rules" (Latvian journal, 2005, 38, 57 no). 244.1 January 2008 inspection vessels can be approved, the port and port facility security plans drawn up in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 15 February 2005, regulations no 128 "vessel, port and port facility protection rules". 245. the ship, port and port facility security plans approved before the entry into force of these regulations or approved in accordance with this rule, specify the paragraph 244. According to the requirements of these regulations, the review of the protection plan in accordance with this provision, 127.24.183. points or. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 October 2005 of Directive 2005/65/EC on port hardening. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 Justified reasons why you need to make an in-depth examination of the vessel 1. Vessel does not have a valid international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate.
2. Ship security equipment, documentation or the system has been found in non-compliance with SOLAS chapter XI-2 and part A of the ISPS code requirements.
3. the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 No. 748 of the provisions of the "rules for ships and shipping companies, ports and port facility protection and monitoring of the function" referred to in paragraph 77 of the authorities or ship and port protection officer professional assessment report is drawn up containing information on the ship's non-compliance with SOLAS chapter XI-2 and part A of the ISPS code requirements.
4. the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 rules Nr. 748 "rules for ships and shipping companies, ports and port facility protection and monitoring of the function" referred to in paragraph 77 of the authorities or ship and port protection officer professional evaluation evidence or observation has been made that the master or ship's personnel is not familiar with the ship security procedures or cannot carry out drills or protection of this practice is not carried out at all.
5. the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 No. 748 of the provisions of the "rules for ships and shipping companies, ports and port facility protection and monitoring of the function" referred to in paragraph 77 of the authorities or ship and port protection officer professional assessment there has been evidence or observations that the leading personnel are not able to communicate with any other Board representative, supervisory staff who fulfil defensive duties on board ship He can understand.
6. A vessel which captures people, cargo or ship items, did not complete the Declaration of protection, as well as not done or maintained other protection requirements according to the special or additional security measures to ensure that the actual situation according to protection of the ship when it takes people, cargo or ship's stores within the port facility or from another ship, which does not comply with the SOLAS Convention chapter XI-2 and part A of the ISPS code requirements.
7. A vessel which captures people, cargo or ship items, has not made or kept under special protection requirements or additional safeguards to ensure that the actual situation according to protection of the ship when it takes people, cargo or ship's stores within the port facility or from another object, which is not required for compliance with SOLAS chapter XI-2 and part A of the ISPS code requirements.
8. If the vessel has been issued the international ship security certificate and the provisional Cabinet of 13 November 2007 No. 748 of the provisions of the "rules for ships and shipping companies, ports and port facility protection and monitoring of the function" referred to in paragraph 77 the authority or ship and port protection officer after a professional evaluation concludes that one of the reasons why the vessel concerned or the shipping company has requested the certificate is avoiding the full compliance of the SOLAS Convention chapter XI-2 and part A of the ISPS code requirements by the International Board of the provisional protection during the period of validity of the certificate. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 In-depth examinations of the vessel protection. in-depth examination 1. in-depth inspection, ship and port security officer shall ascertain the following: 1.1., or master of the ship can provide documentary evidence of their powers and responsibilities, which include powers and duties in relation to the protection of the ship (part A of the ISPS Code 6.1); 1.2. the ship security plan contains a specific ship security officer's responsibility and that he understands (part A of the ISPS Code 12.1;) 1.3. the ship security plan or is in a language that is used on a ship, if the ship security plan is not English, French or Spanish, or the plan is translated into one of these languages (part A of the ISPS Code 9.4;) 1.4. do the ship's personnel are able to monitor vessels (including cargo), limited access area and the area around the ship (part B of the ISPS Code 9.42;) 1.5. the Board staff members fulfil all the protection with the obligations according to the protection plan and protection requirements, and whether they are competent in defence communications (part A of the ISPS code and paragraph 7.2.7.7.2.1); 1.6. will approach the ship is controlled, including the person and their belongings intake (part A of the ISPS Code 7.2.2 and 7.2.3), or have the means to identify the persons who are allowed to Board (part B of the ISPS Code 9.11;) 1.7. or ship's personnel is able to monitor the cargo and ship's stores-loading works (part A of the ISPS Code 7.2.6;) 1.8. or can identify the ship, ship security officers (part A of the ISPS Code 9.4.13.;) 1.9. or master of the ship and the ship security officer may identify the shipping company's protection officer (part A of the ISPS Code 9.4.14;) 1.10. the ship is saved or documentation about training, drills and exercises (part A of the ISPS Code 10.1.1;) 1.11. the ship is saved or documentation of changes in the level of protection (part A of the ISPS Code 10.1.4;) 1.12. If there have been defensive drills, or staff members are familiar with their duties and know how to properly use the protection equipment of the ship (part A of the ISPS code 13.4 and 13.5 and 13.6 of part B); 1.13. or leading personnel are able to communicate with the port facility, officers in the field of the protection and conservation of the shipping company officer (part B of the ISPS Code 9.2.3;) 1.14. will ship is able to receive messages about changes in the level of protection (SOLAS chapter XI-2 of the Convention. 3. rule); 1.15. is convinced that the vessel is able to propose and transmit security alarm signal from the ship to the shore (XI-2 of the SOLAS Convention, Chapter 6.); 1.16 or ship security officer is trained according to protection requirements and whether he fully familiar with the vessel's ship security plans and protection measures, the design of the ship and the ship's equipment and systems protection (part A of the ISPS code, and (B) of paragraph 13.2 of Part 13.1 and 13.2); 1.17. or those staff members who have specific duties and responsibilities for the protection of the ship, have sufficient knowledge and skills to perform their obligations, or they understand their responsibility for the protection, as described in the ship security plan (part A of the ISPS code 13.3 and B 13.3;) 1.18. or deployed on board protection equipment-motion detectors, surveillance systems, scanning equipment, lighting, communication systems and other equipment-working properly and according to the technical documentation, as well as ship security plan (assess, directly observing the protection equipment). II. Board protection plan checks 2. If the only means of preventing non-compliance with the requirements of the protection of the ship security plan, verification of exception are allowed limited access to specific parts of the plan that apply to non-compliance. Request for access to certain parts of the plan should contain information on the test or preventable non-compliance (part A of the ISPS Code 6.1 9.8.1 and). 3. that the ship protection plans can only be checked part of the ship and port protection officers (especially authorised officials) with the consent of the State whose flag the ship is flying, or with the consent of the master of the ship (part A of the ISPS Code 9.8.1): no PO box plan provisions of the ISPS code reference 3.1. Prevent unauthorized boarding of objects of part A, paragraph 9.4.1.3.2 prevent unauthorized access to the vessel (A) paragraph 9.4.3 3.3. Evacuation of the ship (A) paragraph 9.4.6 3.4. procedure Protect auditing (A) 9.4.8. paragraph 3.5. Training, drills and exercises of part A, paragraph 3.6 9.4.9 interactions with port facility protection measures of part A, paragraph 3.7 9.4.10 Board protection plan checking, part A, paragraph 3.8 9.4.11 reporting of ship security incidents (A) paragraph 9.4.12 3.9. Ship Security Officer shall (A) identify 9.4.13. paragraph 3.10. protection of shipping company officer's identification of part A of paragraph 3.11 9.4.14 defence equipment, the frequency of the checks and calibration of part A, paragraph 3.12 9.4.16. A vessel security plan security point A 9.6.

3.13. The protection measures which are not subject to part B of the ISPS code, paragraph 9.51 4. Following the provisions of the ship security plan shall be treated as confidential information and may not be a ship and port protection officer (especially of the authorised officials) the object of the inspection, unless otherwise agreed with the country whose flag the ship is flying (part A of the ISPS Code 9.8.1): no PO box plan provisions of the ISPS code reference 4.1. Limited access areas of part A, paragraph 9.4.2 4.2. Response to scares or protection violation including data verification frequency (A) paragraph 9.4.4 4.3 response to protection instructions 3. protection level (A) new item 9.4.5. paragraph 4.4 of the protection obligations of the personnel in charge of part A, paragraph 9.4.7 4.5 protective equipment operating procedures of part A, paragraph 4.6 9.4.15 ship security alert system, as A part and section 9.4.18 9.4.17. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 6 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 7 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 traffic Minister a. shlesers 8. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 traffic Minister a. shlesers 9. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 of the port security assessment elements 1. Port security assessment: 1.1. identify and assess the significant value of port and infrastructure protection;
1.2. identify the potential risk to the values of the port and infrastructure and the likelihood of these threats, in order to determine the appropriate protective measures and their order of priority;
1.3 assess possible countermeasures and the organisational changes to level of efficiency could reduce that lowers the port security, and establish appropriate counter-measures and organizational changes that need to be made in port, as well as determine their precedence;
1.4. identify the infrastructure, administration and lack of procedures in ports, including human factors that can compromise the security of the port.
2. in order to comply with point 1 of this Annex establishes the General requirements, the port security assessment: 2.1 identify all areas that are important for the protection of the port, also in determining the limits of its territory, which need to apply protection requirements (protected area). Protected area: 2.1.1. you can include any port area, which is important for port security;
2.1.2. obligatory inclusion in the existing port, port facilities and their adjacent areas which are subject to protection requirements in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 No. 748 of the provisions of the "rules for ships and shipping companies, ports and port facility protection and monitoring of the function" 5.6, 5.7 and 5.8. section (the area used for evaluation in accordance with section 4.2 of the port facility ratings If the specific areas that have been made);
2.1.3. you can include a port neighbouring areas in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 No. 748 of the provisions of the "rules for ships and shipping companies, ports and port facilities in the function of protection and monitoring" section 5.5;
2.2. port protection identifies significant issues related to port existing measures of protection of port facilities and other port security measures interaction;
2.3. identifies the port employees operating in high risk areas and requires: 2.3.1. proficiency testing;
2.3.2. an in-depth examination of the protection;
2.4. If necessary, the distribution of protected area zones depending on the protection level of risk incidents (area weighted, taking not only the possibility to become a direct threat to the target, but also respecting the potential threat in this zone if the target becomes a hazard on the adjacent area);
2.5. identifying protected areas of hazard risk variations (such as the seasonal nature of risk);
2.6. identifying protected areas in each of the area's specific features, which are essential for the protection of the port (for example, location, access to sites, power supply, communication system, ownership, users);
2.7. identify potential threat scenarios for the port, taking into account that certain threats directly target can be the entire port or specific parts of its infrastructure, cargo, baggage, people or transport port;
2.8. identify each threat scenario possible in the port-specific effects: 2.8.1. considering that the effects can be both direct and indirect;
2.8.2. considering that the consequences may affect both a number of protected areas in the area;
2.8.3. particular attention to victims of people at risk;
1.8. identifies the protection chain of the incident exposure probability;
2.10. identifies protected areas in each zone, which lowers their security;
2.11. identify all organisational aspects that are important to the General protection of the port, including all protection authorities, rules and procedures;
2.12. port security vulnerabilities identified in connection with organisational risks the risks, regulatory and procedural aspects;
2.13. identify measures to reduce the gaps, which lowers the port security: 2.13.1. take into account the the risk of incidents detected differences in various protected areas in zones;
2.13.2. special focus on the measures necessary to ensure access control or access to all or specific prohibitions of the port, including: 2.13.2.1. passengers, port employees and other workers, visitors and ship port crew identification;
2.13.2.2. territory and activity monitoring;
2.13.2.3. cargo and luggage control;
2.14. determine how to intensify protection measures, if the increase in the level of protection;
2.15. determines how to handle situations when the found object, which leads to the suspicion of risk (for example, cargo, baggage, container, items or persons who suspect a threat; unknown consignments; known dangers (e.g. bomb)), to analyse the conditions in which there is a risk to 2.15.1.: prevents the location where the object is found;
2.15.2. the risk is eliminated by the object move in a safe place;
2.16. determine the protective measures to limit and reduce the health consequences of an incident;
2.17. determine the protection task distribution that allows a specific situation according to and in compliance with the protection requirements to introduce the necessary protection measures;
2.18. If needed, pay particular attention to the relationship with other security plans (e.g. port facility security plans) and other already existing protective measures, as well as interaction with other action plans (such as the action plan for the oil spill, port contingency action plan, medical intervention plan, the plan in the event of a nuclear accident);
2.19. determine the requirements for communication, to implement measures of protection;
2.20. adopt measures that provide for the protection of significant information against unauthorized disclosure;
2.21. the degree of information required for persons who are directly involved in port security system as well as other people. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 10. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 port security plan structure, i. the name of the port.
II. Reference to other plans, which component is this plan.
III. Reference to other plans, which are part of the plan.
IV. reporter the plan.
V. date of approval of the plan.
Vi. approval of the plan, position, name, surname and signature.
VII. The port security officer contact information.
VIII. the amendments made to the plan.
IX. table of contents of the plan.

1. Introduction: 1.1. objective;
1.2. situation;
1.3. the planning of relevant information;
1.4. the assumptions.
2. the port Description: 2.1. layout, border;
2.2. the adjacent territory, their impact;
2.3. the area in which the protective measures should be introduced: 2.3.1. port facilities in which to implement the provisions of the ISPS code protection measures;
2.3.2. adjacent to the territory of the community;
2.3.3. the sub-area in which different protective measures should be introduced;
2.4. maps, plans.
3. Port Security Organization (1): 3.1 rules (annex);
3.2. structure, staff, their breakdown by places of work, changes in connection with the change of the level of protection;
3.3. employee work schedules, set the rotation, rest periods and conditions;
3.4. rights, responsibilities of employees;
3.5. the instructions (annex);
3.6. port security identification of employees: 3.6.1. uniforms;
3.6.2. the identification document and marks;
3.7. the port security transport identification;
3.8. Port Security Council;
3.9. the relation with other defence and security bodies;
3.10. maintenance of measures of control arrangements;
3.11. reference to other protection plans in the territory of the port security measures should be introduced.
4. Port Security aprīkojums2:4.1 the perimeter fences, gates, doors, barriers: 4.1.1 location;
4.1.2. physical characteristics;
4.1.3. warning signs;
4.1.4. the evaluation criteria;
4.1.5. the inspection and remedial procedures;
4.1.6. action in case of damage;
4.2. lighting: 4.2.1 placement;
4.2.2. physical characteristics;
4.2.3. lighting condition assessment criteria;
4.2.4. the installation of the inspection and remedial procedures;
4.2.5. the action of the installation in the event of disruption;
4.3. other protection and safety equipment (such as the videonovēr horse, alarms, access control systems): 4.3.1. listing, position, characteristics;
4.3.2. equipment condition evaluation criteria;
4.3.3. the equipment State inspection and remedial procedures;
4.3.4. the equipment malfunction action;
4.4. the reference to the other protection plans in the territory of the port security measures should be introduced.
5. Port security measures (1., 2., and 3. the protection level) 3.4: access controls: 5.1 5.1.1 people, transport and distribution of freight traffic between the access points, the working time;
5.1.2. entry and screening procedures: 5.1.2.1. employees;
5.1.2.2. shippers;
5.1.2.3. ship's stores from suppliers;
5.1.2.4. passengers;
5.1.2.5 respectively. representatives of national institutions;
5.1.2.6. members of crews of ships;
5.1.2.7. visitors;
5.1.3. the system of identification of people and transport: 5.1.3.1. the identification document and permit types and models;
5.1.3.2. the identification document and permit issuing;
5.1.3.3. the identification document and permit examination entry points;
5.1.4. actions defined in order of entry in cases of infringement;
5.2. restricted areas supervisory: 5.2.1. restricted areas, their boundaries, entry points and characteristics;
5.2.2. the designation of the restricted areas;
5.2.3. protection measures, instructions;
5.2.4. entry and screening procedures: 5.2.4.1. passengers;
5.2.4.2. the staff;
5.2.4.3. shippers;
5.2.4.4. ship's stores from suppliers;
5.2.4.5. crew members of vessels;
5.2.4.6. representatives of State institutions;
5.2.4.7. visitors;
5.2.5. the action in a specific area of the limited access cases the arrangements;
5.3. supervision of cargo: cargo receipt 5.3.1, the shipping and handling procedures;
5.3.2. the cargo document design;
5.3.3. scheme of the location of goods (by type);
5.3.4. the protection measures of freight and cargo inspection organization, instructions;
5.3.5. special measures in processing and port facilities in the existing dangerous goods;
5.3.6. action in certain freight handling policy violation;
5.4. supplies: 5.4.1 monitoring of ship's arrival procedures;
5.4.2. the inventory document design;
5.4.3. the protection measures and inventory of ship's inspection organization, instructions;
5.4.4. the Board action item arrival order cases;
5.5. transport luggage, supplied for monitoring: 5.5.1 the baggage Hall, dispatch and other processing procedures;
5.5.2. luggage design documents;
5.5.3. luggage and baggage checks, protection organization, instructions;
5.5.4. the baggage handlers, in cases of infringement of the agenda;
5.6. reference to other protection plans in the territory of the port security measures should be introduced.
6. notification of protection level: 6.1. powers of disclosure and the level of protection for Exchange;
6.2. disclosure of the level of protection and the exchange procedure.
7. the Declaration of protection: 7.1. authorization Declaration of protection;
7.2. the Declaration of protection procedures.
8. Communications: 8.1 with port facilities, the adjacent areas and sub-areas that must implement different protective measures: 8.1.1. notification, reporting and information exchange procedures;
8.1.2. communication and notification schemes.
8.2. with the port services: 8.2.1. notification, reporting and information exchange procedures;
8.2.2. communication and notification schemes.
8.3. the ships at the port: 8.3.1. notification, reporting and information exchange procedures;
8.3.2. communication and notification schemes.
8.4. the maritime search and rescue coordination centre (MRCC), ship and port inspections, water protection, patrols, and mine clearance diving units, other defence and security, State and local authorities: 8.4.1. notification, reporting and information exchange procedures;
8.4.2. the communication and notification schemes.
9. Relationship to other protective and response plans.
10. Plan Review: 10.1. review and correction of plan implementation procedures;
10.2. the timetable for the review of the plan.
11. protection of records (record): 11.1. documentation filling;
11.2. the documentation of sample forms (annex).
12. the plan of security and control: 12.1. distribution and dissemination plan;
12.2. the restrictions and other security measures to protect the plan.
13. the port staff training: 13.1. requirements concerning port security: 13.1.1. port security officer;
13.1.2. the port facility protection above the trivia;
13.1.3. the protection of the port facility personnel; the clouded sais
13.1.4. the rest of the port facility personnel;
13.2. individual training plans and schedules: 13.2.1. port security officer;
13.2.2. the port facility protection above the trivia;
13.2.3. with port facility protection sais the clouded staff;
13.2.4. the rest of the port facility personnel;
13.3. training plans and schedules;
8.3. training plans and schedules.
14. the plan for emergency situations: 14.1. fires;
14.2. the explosion;
14.3. the explosive subject of the finding;
14.4. receiving information about a bomb threat on board the ship;
14.5. information on ship security alert system signal from nearby port or the ship;
14.6. information about bomb threats in the port or port facility: 14.7. vēstuļbumb;
14.8. car bombs placed in;
9.3. the boat contains a bomb;
14.10. unlawful use of weapons in the port and against it;
14.11. radioactive, chemical and biological contamination;
14.12. chemical substances;
14.13. oil and petroleum product spills;
14.14. demonstrations, pickets;
14.15. strikes;
14.16. criminal offences (for example, theft, pillage);
14.17. unauthorized access or attempt;
14.18. power failure;
14.19. interference;
14.20. refugees, illegal immigrants and the discovery of stowaways;
14.21. natural disasters (such as storm, flood);
14.22. the taking of hostages;
14.23. disaster with a large number of victims.
15. The imposition of measures.
16. attachments.
X. Definitions.
XI. References, index and table of authorities.
The notes. 1. describe the General port security organisation covering all areas in the port, the protection requirements, as well as the port under the direct supervision of the protection of the territory in the organization. The Organization of the protection of the territory to be included in the port security plan, but in which security measures should also be introduced in accordance with other protection plans, refer to the already approved this territory protection plans. 2. description the port directly under the existing zones and objects. As regards the areas to be included in the port security plan, but in which security measures should also be introduced in accordance with other protection plans, refer to the already approved plans for the protection of these areas, with the exception of point 4.1 of the plan, to be applied to the entire area where the port security measures should be introduced. 3. the protection measures described in table design. Mark on the concrete implementation measures shall be carried out in accordance with the level of protection.

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4. Describe the protective measures direct authority of port areas and objects. As regards the areas to be included in the port security plan, but in which security measures should also be introduced in accordance with other protection plans, refer to the already approved plans for the protection of these areas, with the exception of point 5.1 of the plan, to be applied to the entire area where the port security measures should be introduced.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 11. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 port security plan content i. General requirements for port security plan content 1. Port security plans: 1.1. determine all port security key areas: 1.1.1. taking into account that, depending on the level of risk of exposure protection measures in different areas of the port may vary;
1.1.2. Special attention to the interaction of the port area, which has a different level of risk of exposure;
1.2. ensure coherence between the measures of protection of port zones with different hazard degree of risk;
1.3. If needed, provide different protection measures, depending on the port: 1.3.1. different degrees of hazard risk in various port areas;
1.3.2. the protection level changes in the port or port areas;
1.3.3. specific messages (such as details of an object in the port that leads to the suspicion of danger);
1.4. determine the organizational system that ensures the effective implementation of measures.
2. this annex referred to in paragraph 1 of General requirements take into account the port security plan development process by determining this in chapter II protection plan contained content elements.
II. port security plan requirements for individual content elements 3. Access controls: 3.1 if it does not pose a threat to the protection of the individual at the port, the port zone access control measures take effect only when the level of risk in these areas above a certain minimum threshold;
3.2. to this annex referred to in paragraph 3.1., access control measures, and risk level of minimum thresholds shall be established in the port security plan;
3.3. setting access control measures to take into account all relevant regulations and good practice.
4. persons, baggage and freight controls: 4.1. depending on the hazard risk identification documents, luggage and cargo control in certain areas of the port may not apply at all, or not to apply in full. People who want to get into these port zones located in these ports or zones may be subject to control in any case;
4.2. If the port security purposes it uses the identification card, the port security plan shall clearly determine the issuance, use, control and transfer procedures. In developing these procedures, take account of the specific nature of port users group to a limited access control measure the negative impact of their activities. This applies at least to the following port user groups: 4.2.1 sailors;
4.2.2. State authorities ' officials;
4.2.3. persons regularly working in or visiting the port;
4.2.4. persons living in port;
4.2.5. persons occasionally working in or visiting the port;
4.3. determining persons, baggage and cargo control measures to take into account all relevant regulations and good practice.
5. If necessary, the plan establishes the system of information and formalities of the pairing procedure between the persons who carry the cargo, baggage and passenger controls, including the formalities pirmsierašan system.
6. Port security plans shall establish measures for the handling of cargo, baggage, cargo, containers, ship's stores or individuals who suspect the hazard, including security zones, as well as other protection measures and detection of irregularities.
7. in the port security plan shall determine the various port areas and in the ongoing monitoring activities of the technical solutions.
8. Areas where the implementation of access control or other control, are correspondingly marked.
9. The following communications and security formalities, in order to ensure the protection of information against unauthorised disclosure: 9.1. Exchange of information takes place under the protection of the port security plan of protection formalities contained in standards;
9.2. depending on the importance of information protection in information exchange can adhere to the principle that the information is provided only if an applicant can reasonably justify the need for this information, but the port security plan shall contain procedures for providing information to the public, if it does not pose a threat to port security.
10. in order to ensure the rapid response of the port security plan shall define clear procedures in any way for the protection of each incident reported to the port security officer and port security authority.
11. interaction with other plans or activities: 11.1. port security plans shall set this plan's interactions with others at the port in force protection plans and protection or control actions, where necessary, establishing conflict resolution and deficiencies;
11.2. the port security plan shall specify the plan for interaction with other response and emergency plans and appropriate actions, if necessary, shall determine the conflict resolution and lack of repair order.
12. The port security plan shall determine the learning, training and teaching.
13. Port security institutions and their operating procedures: 13.1. port security plans shall specify the advanced port security authorities, the allocation of functions between them, as well as their operating procedures, including procedures governing cooperation with the port facility protection officer and ship protection officer, if necessary;
13.2. the port security plan shall determine the functions of the port security Committee, where such a Committee exists.
14. The port security plan shall review this plan regularly and update procedures. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 12. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 13. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 traffic Minister a. Shlesers annex 14. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 November 2007 Regulation No. 748 of the port facility security plan structure (I). the name of the port facility. II. Reference to other plans, which component is this plan. III. The plan's originator. IV. date of approval of the plan. V. Plan approver position, name, surname and signature. Vi. the port facility protection officer contact information. VII. the amendments made to the plan. VIII. table of contents of the plan. 1. Introduction: 1.1. objective; 1.2. situation; 1.3. the planning of relevant information; 1.4. the assumptions. 2. Description of the facility: 2.1 position, boundaries, the breakdown by zones; 2.2. the adjacent territory, their impact; 2.3. maps, plans. 3. the port facility security organisation: 3.1 port facility protection officer; 3.2. the Charter (annex); 3.3. the structure, staff, their breakdown by places of work, changes in connection with the change of the level of protection; 3.4. the prescribed schedule, rotation, rest time and conditions; 3.5. rights, responsibilities of employees; 3.6. the instructions (annex); 3.7. the port facility protection identification of employees: 3.7.1. uniforms; 3.7.2. identification documents and signs; 3.8. protection of transport port facility identification; 3.9. the port facility protection Council; 3.10. relationship with other defence and security bodies; 3.11. protection measures in maintenance control procedures. 4. Port facility protection equipment: 4.1 the perimeter fences, gates, doors, barriers: 4.1.1 location; 4.1.2. physical characteristics; 4.1.3. warning signs; 4.1.4. position assessment criteria; 4.1.5. the inspection and remedial procedures; 4.1.6. action in case of damage; 4.2. lighting: 4.2.1 placement; 4.2.2. physical characteristics; 4.2.3. lighting condition assessment criteria; 4.2.4. the installation of the inspection and remedial procedures; 4.2.5. the action of the installation in the event of disruption; 4.3. other protection and safety equipment (for example, CCTV, alarms, access control systems): 4.3.1. listing, position, characteristics; 4.3.2. equipment condition evaluation criteria; 4.3.3. the equipment State inspection and remedial procedures; 4.3.4. the equipment malfunction action. 5. Port facility protection measures (1., 2., and 3. the level of protection) 1: access controls: 5.1 5.1.1 people, transport and distribution of freight traffic between the access points, the working time; 5.1.2. entry and screening procedures: 5.1.2.1. employees; 5.1.2.2. shippers; 5.1.2.3. ship's stores from suppliers; 5.1.2.4. passengers; 5.1.2.5 respectively. representatives of national institutions; 5.1.2.6. members of crews of ships; 5.1.2.7. visitors; 5.1.3. the system of identification of people and transport: 5.1.3.1. the identification document and permit types and models; 5.1.3.2. the identification document and permit issuing; 5.1.3.3. the identification document and permit examination entry points; 5.1.4. actions defined in order of entry in cases of infringement; 5.2. restricted areas supervisory: 5.2.1. restricted areas, their boundaries, entry points and characteristics; 5.2.2. the designation of the restricted areas; 5.2.3. protection measures, instructions; 5.2.4. entry and screening procedures: 5.2.4.1. passengers; 5.2.4.2. the staff; 5.2.4.3. shippers; 5.2.4.4. ship's stores from suppliers; 5.2.4.5. crew members of vessels; 5.2.4.6. representatives of State institutions; 5.2.4.7. visitors; 5.2.5. the action in a specific area of the limited access cases the arrangements; 5.3. supervision of cargo: cargo receipt 5.3.1, the shipping and handling procedures; 5.3.2. the cargo document design; 5.3.3. scheme of the location of goods (by type); 5.3.4. the protection measures of freight and cargo inspection organization, instructions; 5.3.5. special measures in processing and port facilities in the existing dangerous goods; 5.3.6. action in certain freight handling policy violation; 5.4. delivery of ship's stores should: 5.4.1 monitoring of vessel arrival procedures; 5.4.2. the inventory document design; 5.4.3. the protection measures and inventory of ship's inspection organization, instructions; 5.4.4. the Board action item arrival order cases; 5.5. transport luggage, supplied for monitoring: 5.5.1 the baggage Hall, dispatch and other processing procedures; 5.5.2. luggage design documents; 5.5.3. luggage and baggage checks, protection organization, instructions; 5.5.4. the action in certain baggage handlers order cases. 6. notification of protection level: 6.1. powers of disclosure and the level of protection for Exchange; 6.2. disclosure of the level of protection and the exchange procedure. 7. the Declaration of protection: 7.1. authorization Declaration of protection; 7.2. the Declaration of protection procedures. 8. Communications: port facility: 8.1 8.1.1. notification, reporting and information exchange procedures; 8.1.2. communication and notification schemes. 8.2. with the port services and the adjacent port facilities: 8.2.1. notification, reporting and information exchange procedures; 8.2.2. communication and notification schemes. 8.3. the port facility the ship: 8.3.1. notification, reporting and information exchange procedures; 8.3.2. communication and notification schemes. 8.4. the maritime search and rescue coordination centre (MRCC), ship and port inspections, water protection, patrols, and mine clearance diving units, other defence and security, State and local authorities: 8.4.1. notification, reporting and information exchange procedures; 8.4.2. the communication and notification schemes. 9. Relationship to other protective and response plans. 10. Plan Review: 10.1. review and correction of plan implementation procedures; 10.2. the timetable for the review of the plan. 11. protection of records (record): 11.1. documentation filling; 11.2. the documentation of sample forms (annex). 12. the plan of security and control: 12.1. distribution and dissemination plan; 12.2. the restrictions and other security measures to protect the plan. 13. Port Facility personnel training: 13.1. requirements concerning the protection of port facility: 13.1.1. port facility protection officer; 13.1.2. the protection of the port facility personnel; 13.1.3. the rest of the port facility personnel; 13.2. individual training plans and schedules: 13.2.1. port facility protection officer; 13.2.2. the protection of the port facility personnel; 13.2.3. the rest of the port facility personnel; 13.3. training plans and schedules; 8.3. training plans and schedules. 14. the plan for emergency situations: 14.1. fires; 14.2. the explosion; 14.3. the explosive subject of the finding; 14.4. receiving information about a bomb threat on board the ship; 14.5. information on ship security alert system signal received from or near the port facility the ship; 14.6. information about bomb threats in the port or port facility: 14.7. vēstuļbumb; 14.8. car bombs placed in; 9.3. the boat contains a bomb; 14.10. the use of illegal weapons in the port or port facility and against it; 14.11. radioactive, chemical and biological contamination; 14.12. chemical substances; 14.13. oil and petroleum product spills; 14.14. demonstrations, pickets; 14.15. strikes; 14.16. criminal offences, such as theft, robbery; 14.17. unauthorized access or attempt; 14.18. power failure; 14.19. interference; 14.20. refugees, illegal immigrants and the discovery of stowaways; 14.21. natural disasters, such as storms, floods; 14.22. the taking of hostages; 14.23. disaster with a large number of victims. 15. The imposition of measures. 16. attachments. Ix. Definitions. X. references and literature used in the score. The notes. 1. the protection measures described When you design a table in it. Mark on the concrete implementation of the measures is carried out according to the level of protection box.

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