Ship Security Alarm Network Operating Procedures

Original Language Title: Kuģa aizsardzības trauksmes signālu sakaru tīkla darbības nodrošināšanas kārtība

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/142517

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 683 in Riga august 22, 2006 (pr. No 43 32) ship security alarm network operating procedures Issued pursuant to the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act 7. the third paragraph of article i. General questions 1. determines the ship security alarm network (hereinafter referred to as the ship security alert system) operating procedures. 2. The rules apply to such international voyages vessels: 2.1. passenger vessels (including high-speed passenger craft;)
2.2. the cargo vessels (including high-speed vessels) with a gross tonnage of 500 and more;
2.3. mobile offshore drilling equipment. 3. The European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 725/2004 on enhancing ship and port facility security 6. of annex 1 of regulation 3.2 of ship security alert system, in addition to the provision laid down in these provisions comply with the requirements contained in the following documents: 3.1 the International Maritime Organization (hereinafter referred to as the IMO) Assembly of 6 November 1991 resolution a. 694 (17) "General requirements for the ship's radio equipment, that form part of the global maritime accident and safety system (GMDSS) and for electronic navigational purposes ";
3.2. The IMO Maritime Safety Committee, 2002 11 December resolution MSC. 136 (76) "performance standards for the ship security alert system";
3.3. The IMO Maritime Safety Committee, 29 May 2003 resolution MSC. 147 (77) "the revised performance standards for ship security alert system application". II. Competent institution 4. Competent institution is the institution which receives the Board rejected protection alarm (alarm) and informs you about the rules laid down in Chapter VII. 5. the competent authority in the Republic of Latvia's national armed forces Latvian naval coast guard service in marine search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC) (hereinafter referred to as the coordination centre). 6. the competent authority shall ensure that the alarm signal is received from the vessel and details of its receipt is transferred at any time these rules laid down in Chapter VII. III. the ship security alert system composition and working mode 7. Ship security alert system shall include: 7.1 the radio equipment that provides alarm signal rejection;
7.2. features that ensure the alarm signal activation of rejection;
7.3. features this provision set out in point 20 for entering information;
7.4 feature alarm signals rejection of follow-up;
4.7. system integrity verification procedures. 8. the ship security alert system shall ensure its continuous work in one of the following modes: 8.1-call working mode;
8.2 alarm signals the rejection mode;
8.3. rejection of the alarm signal stop arrangements;
8.4. system integrity checks. IV. Minimum requirements for ship security alert system for 9. Ship security alert system facilities comply with national standard EN 60945:2002 EN "maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems-General requirements-methods of testing and required test results", claims which have been identified as obligatory for all categories of equipment. 10. If the ship security alert system is used for the operation of the ship's main electrical power supply system is provided with the provisions of paragraph 9 of the standard backup systems no less than six hours uninterrupted power supply. V. alarm activation means rejecting 11. Alarm activation feature for rejecting a technical device, which is targeted by the alarm system, rejects the alarm. 12. Alarm activation means rejection of at least two. One activation feature installed on the ship's bridge and at least one activation feature be installed where it is immediately available (such as the engine driving the point of the separate master cabin, crew rest room). 13. Alarm activation means rejection shall meet the following requirements: 13.1. single alarm activation feature for rejecting the distance to each other and to more than 100 metres for radio equipment;
13.2. alarm activation for rejecting products are functionally independent and with the same priority;
13.3. alarm activation means rejecting failure must not block the possibility of another alarm activation feature for rejecting to execute alarm signal activation function for the rejection;
13.4. alarm activation the rejection feature is functionally designed so that it can be activated with one action (except protective cover or protective cover removal);
13.5. alarm activation of rejection feature is not sealed, and not protected by a cap or shell must break in order to activate the alarm;
13.6. alarm activation feature of rejection can be equipped with flexible sheath or other similar device that provides this feature for hiding;
8.5. If the alarm signal activation feature of constructive rejection is created as a separate button, then it is a skin or cover that is permanently attached to the alarm signal activation means rejection equipment. Different from the tone button activating the rejection means used by global maritime accident and safety system (GMDSS). Alarm signal rejection activates after three seconds the button holding pressed;

13.8. the rejection of an alarm activation feature can not stop alarm signal rejection. 14. Alarm activation means rejecting locations know the master of the vessel, the ship security officer and (according to an approved ship security plan) other Board senior staff (in smaller numbers, but the effective implementation of the requirements of this Regulation). Vi. the alarm of alarm signal 15. rejection mode is the highest priority in relation to other ship security alert systems. 16. If the ship security alert system is functionally integrated into the other ship systems, the alarm signal rejection mode activation and the subsequent rejection of the alarm with the highest priority. 17. Alarm rejected separate from the ship's regular reports. 18. the ship security alert system activation of the alarm signal is rejected immediately, and then again at intervals of not less than 20 minutes, until the alarm stops the rejection. 19. After the alarm signal activation for rejecting ship security alert system, the alarm will automatically be rejected. 20. An alarm shall contain the following information: 20.1. vessel name;
20.2. the ship's IMO number;
20.3. the maritime mobile service identifier (HM) number;
20.4. the call sign of the vessel;
20.5. alarm signal rejection date and time;
20.6. the location of the alarm;
20.7. the ship's course and speed alarm signal rejection;
12.9. the notification that the alarm signal rejection mode is activated and that the vessel is at stake, including the text "piracy/armed attack". 21. when a ship security alert system is in alarm mode, rejecting repeated attempts to activate the system from any alarm signal activation feature for rejecting the system ignores. 22. The ship alarm directly rejects the focal point, not through another person (with the exception of the protection alarm signal receipt or transmission service providers). 23. the ship security alert system shall ensure alarm coordination centres for the rejection of from any location in the ship's expected route and coordination centre provides this signal. VII. Action by the alarm signal receiving 24. If coordination centre receives the alarm signal from a ship flying the flag of the Republic of Latvia and the Republic of Latvia is located in waters under the jurisdiction of the Board, the person responsible for the protection, do the following: 24.1. the Coordination Centre for the receipt of the alarm message, the security police state joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration vessel and port security Office (hereinafter the protection of ships and port inspection) and the shipping company that owned or controlled is a ship (hereinafter the shipping company);
UR24.2.kad the information on the ship's alarm, the rejection of the shipping company will contact the ship, using the signal sincerity test procedures to ensure that the threat to the security of the vessel and rejecting an alarm is real;
15.1. If the shipping company shall ensure that the ship received the alarm signal is a false alarm (alarm signal sent by a hazard does not exist), the shipping company shall notify the co-ordination Centre. Coordination Centre information passed on to the security police and the protection of ships and port inspection;
15.2. If the shipping company shall ensure that the safety of the ship and the danger of rejecting an alarm is real, the shipping company shall notify the co-ordination Centre. Coordination Centre information passed on to the security police and the protection of ships and port inspection;
UR24.5.kad received confirmation that threats to the safety of the ship and rejecting an alarm is real, the Security Police Board shall be convened and port Protection Committee, which includes the security police, the coordination centre, ship and port protection inspection, the shipping company's representatives and, if necessary, other institutions (such as the national police, the national border guard, State fire and rescue service). Ship and port Protection Committee chaired by a representative of the security police;
24.6. in accordance with the ship and port Protection Committee's decision to the judicial police shall take a decision on further action, to prevent the risk of the vessel (hereinafter decision on the response). 25. Where a liaison Center receives the alarm signal from a ship flying the flag of the Republic of Latvia and who is not in the Republic of Latvia, in waters under the jurisdiction of the Board of the person in charge of protection does the following: 25.1. the Coordination Centre for the receipt of the alarm message, the Security Police Board and the Office of the protection of the port, the shipping company concerned and the competent institution of the State under whose jurisdiction or in waters around the ship;
UR25.2.kad the information on the ship's alarm, the rejection of the shipping company will contact the ship, using the signal sincerity test procedures to ensure that the threat to the security of the vessel and rejecting an alarm is real;
25.3. If a shipping company make sure that from the Board rejecting an alarm is false alarm (alarm signal sent by a hazard does not exist), the shipping company shall notify the co-ordination Centre. Coordination Centre information passed on to the Security Police Board and the Office of the protection of the port and the competent institution of the State, which previously reported alarm signal;
25.4. If the shipping company shall ensure that the safety of the ship and the danger of rejecting an alarm is real, the shipping company shall notify the co-ordination Centre. Coordination Centre information passed on to the security police and the protection of ships and port inspection;
UR25.5.kad received confirmation that threats to the safety of the ship and rejecting an alarm is real, the Security Police Board shall be convened and port Protection Committee, which includes the security police, the MRCC, ship and port protection inspection, the shipping company's representatives and, if necessary, other institutions (such as the national police, the national border guard, State fire and Rescue Department, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs). Ship and port Protection Committee chaired by a representative of the security police;

6. in accordance with the ship and port Protection Committee the security police shall decide on the response. 26. If the focal point from another country receives information that a foreign ship which is in the Republic of Latvia in waters under the jurisdiction or near them, rejected the alarm signal, the ship's security of the person does the following: 26.1. the Coordination Centre for the information reported to the security police and the protection of ships and port inspection;
26.2. the Security Police Board shall be convened and port Protection Committee, which includes the security police, the coordination centre, ship and port protection inspectorates, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Embassy of the country concerned and, where appropriate, the other institutions (such as the national police, the national border guard, State fire and rescue service). Ship and port Protection Committee chaired by a representative of the security police;
26.3. in accordance with the ship and port Protection Committee the security police shall decide on the response. 27. Ship and port Protection Committee operates on the basis of regulations issued by the security police. Ship and port Protection Committee requires space and the necessary technical means to ensure coordination center. VIII. Alarm stop 28. rejecting the alarm signal to stop the rejection from the Board. Alarm signal rejection stopped following the threat of a ship. 29. Alarm signal rejection procedure of suspension is not associated with a ship security alert system for the Assembly, dismantling or the need for additional equipment or adjustment. 30. the alarm signal stop rejection feature prevents accidental (without the purpose to stop the alarm signal) activation. 31. After the alarm signal rejection stop ship security alert system, go on-call hours, for no longer than two minutes. IX. the ship security alarm system installation Before the initial 32. ship security alarm system is fitted to the shipping company: 32.1. inform the ship and port inspection of protection of ship security alert systems;
32.2. the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 725/2004 on enhancing ship and port facility security annex 2 and national regulations of ship, port and port facility protection shall be submitted for approval to ship and port protection inspection ship security plans, or amendments to existing plans. 33. the protection of ships and port inspection shall inform the focal point and the security police for ship security alert system contained in the satellite and cell phone numbers, radio frequencies (channels) and call slogans, e-mail addresses, which enables protection purposes to stay connected with the shipping company and its management of the existing vessels. 34. the ship security alert system for compliance with these rules and other regulations for the protection of the ship set protection requirements (hereinafter security requirements) and approval of a ship and port security inspections of the ship's protection within one year after the ship security alarm system installation on board. 35. the merchant who set the ship security alert system hardware, is responsible for ensuring that ship security alert system before the start of the operation should be checked. Inspection Act (copy) proving the ship security alert system, in compliance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 725/2004 on enhancing ship and port facility security annex 1.6.2, 3 and 4, be kept on board, as well as submit to the ship and port security inspections. X. Board protection plan should contain information about the ship security alert system 36. Ship security plan shall include at least the following information for the ship security alert system: 36.1. alarm system inspection procedures;
36.2. the telephone number and e-mail address, which enables you to keep in touch with the ship in its defence purposes;
36.3. the telephone number and e-mail address, which enables you to stay connected with the shipping company of its management board in protection purposes;
36.4. alarm activation means rejection of location;
22.7. alarm activation and rejection of truth verification procedures;
22.7. alarm signal stop rejection procedures;

22.8. recommendations alarm signal the possibility of unintentional rejection. 37. Information on ship security alert system include ship security plans in a separate annex, which is kept separate from the rest of the ship security plan, where you know only the master of the vessel, the ship security officer and (according to an approved ship security plan) other Board senior staff (in smaller numbers, but the effective implementation of the requirements of this Regulation). XI. the ship security alert system, inspection of the vessel protection 38. alarm system initial setup the shipping company shall ensure that the system is tested in accordance with the requirements of this chapter and save operation requirements in accordance with the approved ship security plan. The ship store information about ship security alert systems maintenance in order and its testing in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 725/2004 on enhancing ship and port facility security 2. Annex 10.1.10. section. 39. the ship security alert system, in compliance with the protection requirements in accordance with the laws and regulations on the protection of the vessel inspected the ship and port security inspection routine inspections of the protection of the ship or a public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" recognised security organisation authorised ship protection audit framework, if it has received a mandate to carry out checks specific to the protection of the ship. 40. the ship security alert system, as during a check of the presence of a representative of the shipping company is not mandatory. 41. the ship security alert system checks in accordance with procedures laid down by the manufacturer performs the operators that are accredited in accordance with the laws of the sea marine equipment and set up the ship security alert system, hardware or with which the contract has been concluded for these hardware maintenance. Ship security alert system tests may involve the master of the vessel, the ship security officer and (according to an approved ship security plan) other senior personnel of the ship (in smaller numbers, but the effective implementation of the requirements of this Regulation). 42. the ship security alert system shall ensure that the system check both internal and external inspection regime. Check the internal mode happens without alarm signal rejection. Check the external mode occurs, for rejecting the test signal radio. 43. Testing the form and content of the signal is clearly different from the alarm signal. Test signal before this provision in paragraph 20 of the information required by the words "test test test". 44. the ship security alert system, rejecting the test signal koor dinācij Centre, and at least one inspection every six months. 45. The proposed ship security alert system, check the shipping company shall inform the focal point no later than two hours before the test signal rejection. 46. After receiving the signal of the test centre of coordination of the notification in accordance with this provision, respectively. or 15.6 15.0., indicating that the message is delivered in a ship security alert system tests. 47. when the information on the received test signal, the shipping company shall deliver the ship confirmation that the test signal is received. 48. If the test signal is not received within the hour after the signal for rejection, the coordination centre shall inform the shipping company and the ship and port protection inspection, which mutually harmonise further the ship protection measures. 49. the ship security alert system operation checks of the operation mode does not block alarm signal rejection. XII. concluding issues 50. This provision referred to in paragraph 2 shall be provided with a ship security alert system, taking account of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 725/2004 on enhancing ship and port facility security 6. provisions of annex 1, paragraph 1, the deadlines laid down. 51. The shipping company, which until the entry into force of this point have concluded contracts for ship security alarm signal receipt or signal transfer with beneficiaries or transmitter, which do not comply with this rule, the requirements of point 22, provided the alarm according to the rejection of this provision the requirements of paragraph 22 with the January 1, 2008. 52. If the ship security alert system on board is set up to the date of entry into force of the rules, and if the ship is approved ship security plan, the shipping company within three months after the date of entry into force of provisions submitted for review and approval of ship and port security inspections of the amendments in this plan, including the provision of the information referred to in paragraph 36. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister k. Peters