Rules For Vessels And Shipping Company, Port And Port Facility Protection Allocation Of Functions

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

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 682 in Riga august 22, 2006 (pr. No 43 31) provisions on ship and shipping company, port and port facility protection function allocation Issued under maritime administration maritime safety law and article 19 of the fifth part i. General questions 1. determines regulations determine international shipping and shipping companies, port and port facility protection with the allocation of functions between the Ministry of defence, Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of transport. 2. to strengthen the Board, port and port facility protection and ensure the exchange of information, the following provisions of that institution and, where appropriate, other competent authorities (for example, the State revenue service, the State police) develop operational plans. II. functions of the Ministry of defence 3. the competence of the Ministry of defence ships, port and port facility protection does the national armed forces. 4. the national armed forces of Latvia's Navy coastguard service for marine search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC) (hereinafter referred to as the coordination centre) the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 725/2004 on enhancing ship and port facility security (Regulation No 725/2004) in article 6, the competent authority functions. 5. ships which are going to enter the port, provide the protection information. The coordination centre shall ensure that information and analysis in continuous mode (24 hours). 6. the coordination centre shall, in accordance with Regulation No 725/2004, article 7, part 3 and 5 can request the shipping company within 24 hours to provide Regulation No 725/2004 article 7 of part 1 of the ' b ' States. 7. After the vessel has made Regulation No 725/2004 set out in article 6 of the information protection coordination centre shall check whether the vessel and port facility at which the vessel has designated the stop protection plan is confirmed, and, if available,-or the level of protection with the port facility protection level. Protection information submitted to fill the vessel information form of protection coordination centre website on the internet. 8. the coordination centre shall inform the vessels, ports, port or port facility, which operates at a lower level of protection, the need to reinforce protection measures as well as inform the Security Police this provision 22, paragraph for decision, if: after this provision 8.1 7. the checks referred to in paragraph Coordination Centre finds that ship or port facility protection plan has not been approved or that the ship and port facilities security levels do not match;
8.2. information received from the ship, a vessel that is going pārtauvot, or port facility at which the ship is going to pārtauvot protection plan has not been approved or that the ship and port facilities security levels do not match. 9. the coordination centre shall inform the vessels, ports, port or port facility on the level of protection laid down in the ship, port, or the port part of the port facility in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 22, as well as the fact that the ship, the port, the port or port facility to part with which the intended exposure, protection plan has not been approved. 10. If the focal point when Regulation No 725/2004, article 6 of the protection set out in the information analysis establishes that the ship does not conform to the protection requirements or have reasonable doubts as to compliance with the requirements of the protection coordination centre in accordance with Regulation No 725/2004 annex 1, rule 9, section 2.4 can apply Regulation No 725/2004 9 of annex 1 and the provisions in point 2.5.1 2.5.2. certain control measures, as well as to decide on the need for ship inspections in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 11. The control measures applied and the decision taken on the need to carry out the inspection of the vessel coordination centre shall notify the Board and the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration ship and port Protection Inspectorate (hereinafter the protection of ships and port inspection). 11. the coordination centre is entitled to require that the national armed forces of the Latvian naval forces (naval forces), national guard or protection of ships and port inspection in accordance with Regulation No 725/2004 annex 1 2.5.3. point 9 of the rules of the inspection, which is located in the territorial waters of the Republic of Latvia, if it is expressed the intention to enter a port of the Republic of Latvia. 12. the coordination centre shall inform the Board and security police on the decision in accordance with paragraph 29 of these rules have been adopted by the ship and port Protection Inspectorate. 13. in accordance with Regulation No 725/2004 annex 1.6.6 and 7 of the rules of coordination centre received reports the alarm. 14. the coordination centre provides Regulation No 725/2004 annex 2 of part B, 4.15, 4.16 4.13. (except for the submission of information to the International Maritime Organization), 4.22, 4.23 and 4.24 in point requirements. The requirements laid down in this paragraph, which refers to the port facilities, the Centre also provides coordination for the ports in General. 15. the coordination centre of Regulation No 725/2004, rule 4 of annex 1, paragraph 5, the competent institutions of specified functions. 16. the coordination centre focal point or creates other features using the coordination centre stakeholders provides up to date information for sites that have a port or port facility security plans, as well as contact information for officials responsible for port or port facility protection. 17. Naval forces at the request of the Coordination Center in accordance with Regulation No 725/2004 annex 1 2.5.3. point 9 of the rules of the test vessels, located in the territorial waters of the Republic of Latvia. 18. The national armed forces to ensure the protection of ships and port inspection officer boarding, located in the territorial waters of the Republic of Latvia, the protection control measures through national armed forces technical means, vessels or aircraft. 19. National armed forces ensure Regulation No 725/2004 9 of annex 1, rule 3.3. decision referred to the prohibition of entry or expulsion from port. III. functions of the Ministry of the Interior 20. the competence of the Ministry of the Interior of the ship, port and port facility protection does the security police and the National Guard. 21. the security police, in cooperation with the coordination centre and the protection of ships and port inspections set defence information evaluation criteria to be provided in accordance with Regulation No 725/2004, article 6, as well as provide additional information to be taken into account during the evaluation of a specific vessel protection process. 22. the security police down the ship, port, or the port part of the port facilities, according to the Regulation No 725/2004 annex 2 2.1.9., and in point 2.1.10 2.1.11. the specified level of protection and of the decisions communicated to the coordination centre. Security Police that decision shall be taken after receipt and evaluation of the information referred to in these provisions the competent authorities, ship, port and port facility protection functions, or other Latvian or foreign authorities, natural or legal persons. 23. the security police provides Regulation No 725/2004 annex 2 of part A of paragraph 4.1, 4.2 and 4.21) (part B requirements. The requirements laid down in this paragraph, which refers to the port facilities security police also provides for ports in General. 24. the National Guard provides Regulation No 725/2004 article 8 requirements. To perform any of the provisions of Regulation No 725/2004 9 of annex 1, rule 1.3. measures referred to in the National Guard under Regulation No 725/2004 8.2. requirements of paragraph reports the ship and port health authorities. 25. the national guard at the request of the coordination centre in accordance with article 9 of annex 1 2.5.3. point of inspection rules, located in the Republic of Latvia's territorial waters. IV. Ministry of transport functions 26. the competence of the Ministry of transport ship, port and port facility protection functions protection of ships and port inspection. 27. the protection of ships and port inspection shall provide the coordination centre and the security police of the information in its possession about the ship, port and port facility protection coordination centre to provide information in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 14 and the security police could set the protection level of the ship, port, or the port part of the port facility in accordance with the provisions of point 22. 28. Ship and port inspection shall ensure the protection of Regulation No 725/2004 article 8 requirements. 29. Regulation No 725/2004 9 of annex 1, rule 3.3. decisions referred to can only accept ship and port security inspection, informed the focal point. 30. the protection of ships and port inspection of the decision adopted in accordance with Regulation No 725/2004 9 of annex 1, rule 3.3, shall inform the International Maritime Organization and the Member States of the European Union. 31. the protection of ships and port inspections, provides in Regulation No 725/2004 and its annexes, the Member State Contracting Government and administration obligations other than obligations under these provisions is the Ministry of defence and the Ministry of the Interior. 32. the protection of ships and port inspections, provides in Regulation No 725/2004 and its annexes, the Member State and the Contracting Government relating to the administration of the port facilities are also meeting the obligations regarding ports in General, except for the obligations under these provisions is the Ministry of defence and the Ministry of the Interior. V. concluding questions 33. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 17 august 2004, Regulation No 722 "provisions on ship and port facility security with the allocation of functions" (Latvian journal, 2004, nr. 131). 34. This provision 17. the checks referred to in point naval forces carried out from January 1, 2008. 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 k. Peters