The Ship, Port And Port Facility Protection Rules

Original Language Title: Kuģu, ostu un ostas iekārtu aizsardzības noteikumi

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Clarifies 12.4.2005, Latvian journal Nr. 57 (3215) Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 128 in Riga in 2005 (15 February. 9. § 17), port and port facility protection rules Issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 17, fourth paragraph, and article 19 of the fifth General questions 1. establish binding international Latvia the statutory Board, the shipping company, port and port facility protection function, distribution, execution and monitoring, as well as State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration vessel and port security and port inspection ship control inspector (ship and port protection officers) functions and rights.
2. Protection requirements (European Parliament and Council Regulation No 725/2004 on ship and port facility security building (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No 725/2004), the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea chapter XI-2, with the subsequent amendments to, the international ship and port facility security code, the law on ports), set the port facilities, also apply to the port as a whole.
3. in order to implement certain functions and to ensure effective implementation of the requirements for the protection, ship and port protection officers have the right to: 3.1 to organize seminars on the implementation of the requirements for the protection, monitoring and efficiency of measures;
3.2. request the ship, port and port facility security exercises, provide guidance with respect to these exercises, and other persons to participate in organized shipping, port and port facility protection exercises;
3.3. the request to amend the protection plan if it approves the horse has changed the actual situation of the vessel, port or port facility security;
3.4. to provide recommendations on the measures to be taken, the port and port facility protection in accordance with the binding international laws and international shipping, port and port facility protection area, on the basis of good seamanship;
UR3.5.uzr skin professional certificate (annex 1), visit of Latvian ports and 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 4. protection requirements have the following stages: 4.1. ship security assessment;
4.2. the protection plan preparation;
4.3. the ship security plan approval;
4.4. the protection measures laid down in the plan of implementation;
4.5. ship security check;
4.6. the international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate is issued.
5. the monitoring requirements for the protection of ships and port security inspectors ensure, by doing the following: 5.1 the ship protection inspection;
5.2. 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;
5.3. the ships and the shipping company health personnel training program.
2.2. the ship security assessment 6. protection shall be estimated for each of the international flights involved the Latvian flag vessel that complies with the international ship and port facility security code (ISPS Code) of the Part specified in item 3.1.1 Board type, taking into account the Part of the ISPS code in 3.3. If the ship and port protection officer, assessing international voyages of vessels involved risks according to part A of the ISPS code in paragraph 8 and paragraph 8 of part B, finds that the protection requirements necessary to apply also the vessels on international voyages on which the ship concerned is interacting (ship-ship), he may require to evaluate also this ship, as well as to develop, implement and maintain an appropriate ship security plan pursuant to Council Regulation No 725/2004 and of the ISPS code requirements.
7. Evaluating Board protection, the shipping company's protection officer under part A of the ISPS code in paragraph 8 and paragraph 8 of part B: UR7.1.izv easy ship resistance against incidents and determine the level of risk of the incident;
7.2. the identification of the ships which need to designate the ship security officer and prepare a ship security plan;
7.3. the identification of the vessels for which protection may not apply;
7.4. when drawing up the assessment report for the protection of the ship, providing recommendations and guidance on protective measures, designing a ship security plan, and indicates to be priority preventive measures.
8. 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. Protection Plan and preparation and approval of Amendment 9. Shipping company's protection officer Board protection plan can 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 virsniekskuģ protection plan shall be subject to the following conditions: 9.1. protection plan preparation used for the protection of the information contained in the evaluation report, the conclusions derived by analyzing this information, public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration vessel and port security inspection (hereinafter the protection of ships and port inspection) and another with the national security and defence related institutions (such as the national police, the security police , The national border guard, Marine Corps, national fire and rescue service) recommendations;
9.2. the ship security plan shall be prepared by the Latvian language and in the language (s) used on the Board. If it is not English, French or Spanish, there shall also be a translation into one of those languages.
10. the ship security plans drawn up in triplicate (if necessary, also electronically), together with the assessment of protection shall be submitted to the ship and port security inspections.
11. Ship and port protection officer within five working days following the submission of a plan of protection assessed the plan and assessment of the protection of the vessel in question compliance with the protection requirements and adopt one of the following decisions: UR11.1.par ship security plan approval;
UR11.2.par ship security plan with the approval of the claim to eliminate the shortcomings noted, 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);
UR11.3.par ship security plan is not approved.
12. the decision of the Board to approve a plan of protection: 12.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
12.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision;
12.3. the protection measures provided for in the plan of implementation deadline (not later than six months after the vessel's protection plan approval), indicating that the protection plan approval will be cancelled if no deadline is respected.
13. the decision of the Board to approve a security plan with the indication of the need to address deficiencies noted: 13.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
13.2. vessels, on which the decision is taken;
13.3. deadline (not later than six months after approval of the ship security plan) in which inevitably the weaknesses in the decision in the protection plan, noting that the protection plan approval will be cancelled if no deadline is respected;
13.4. the protection measures provided for in the plan of implementation deadline (not later than six months after the vessel's protection plan approval), indicating that the protection plan approval will be cancelled if no deadline is respected.
14. the decision of the Board does not approve of the protection plan: 14.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
14.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision;
14.3. the ship security plan by the submission deadline: no later than six months after the adoption of the decision.
15. To approve ship security plans, including Part of the ISPS code in paragraph 9 and paragraph 9 of part B of the information and determine the vessel's protection measures (hereinafter referred to as the protection system) laid down in the code for the first level of protection and additional protective measures, specified in the code for the second and third level of protection.
16. If the ship and port security officer shall adopt the provisions referred to in paragraph 11.2. UR11.1.vai bottom, he approved ship security plan. The approval mark shall be made on all three of the ship's security plan submitted a copy of the cover page, indicating the date of approval of the plan, title, name and surname, and certified with a signature.
17. If the vessel security plan is approved, the two copies and ship security assessments along with these rules 11.1 or 11.2. the decision referred to in the copy three working days after the decision of ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall send to the person, the subject of the decision.

18. One of the approved ship security plan shall be kept on Board of the copy, the other copy of the shipping company, and the third copy-protection for ship and port inspection.
19. If the vessel security plan is not approved, all copies and submitted to the appropriate ship security assessments, together with the provisions referred to in paragraph 11.3. a copy of the decision within three working days after the decision of ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall send to the person who owns the ship or ships, or administrative acts on behalf of the owner or Manager (hereinafter referred to as the owner).
20. Amendments to the ship security plan shall be submitted for approval to ship and port protection inspection. Ship and port protection officer within five working days of the submission of the vessel to assess the protection plan compliance with the protection requirements and adopt one of the following decisions: UR20.1.par protection plan of the vessel, specifying the amendments to these regulations, paragraph 12;
UR20.2.par Board protection plan amendment, this provision, specifying the information referred to in paragraph 14.
21. Approved or not approved amendments to the ship security plan with that rule 20.1 or 20.2. referred to a copy of the decision within three working days after the decision of ship and port protection inspection of the vessel owner. If the amendments are approved, the Board or the shipping company's protection officer changes its protection plan that is amended, and shall mark the carrying of the amendments page. Replaced the page with a protection plan to destroy old versions.
22. If the ship and port security inspectors found deficiencies in the protection plan has not been corrected in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 13, the deadline set in the ship and port protection officer may accept: 22.1. the decision on the confirmation of cancellation protection plan, the Board between the folksy protection certificate or interim international ship protection certificates have not yet been issued;
22.2. the decision on the approval of the vessel protection plan and 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.
23. The rules referred to in paragraph 22 a copy of the decision within three working days of acceptance by the owner of the vessel.
24. The provision in paragraph 22 that decision point: 24.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
24.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision;
24.3. the ship security plan by the submission deadline: no later than six months after the adoption of the decision.
2.4. the international ship security certificate 25. International ship security certificate (annex 2) ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall be issued following this rule 46.1.46.2. or the checks referred to in point.
26. the protection of ships and port inspection shall be issued by the international ship security certificate without this rule 46.1.46.2. in point or check if the ship and port security inspections are filed in accordance with these rules and the requirements of the ISPS code recognised security organisation report on ship security audit, 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 individual ship's compliance with the protection requirements laid down.
27. The international ship protection certificates of ship and port Protection Inspectorate may issue a vessel flying the flag of another country if that country's maritime administration, the competent authority has made such a request and ship and port protection inspection is submitted to the approved ship security plan, and the assessment of protection.
28. the protection of ships and port inspection within five working days after the rules referred to in paragraph 54 of the report or the dial rule 26 or 27 of the document referred to in paragraph receipt prepared by the shipowner for the issue of international ship security certificates.
29. 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, if the ship and port protection officer have 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 ship, the ship's owner). The international ship security certificate after the owner a written request may be issued for a period shorter than five years.
30. the protection of ships and port inspection shall withdraw the international ship security certificate if, after verification of the protection of the ship finds the ship protection system non-compliance protection plan or protection requirements and if after inspection of the vessel protection shortcomings are not rectified.
31. the decision of the international ship security certificate revocation of ship and port protection officer: 19.3. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
31.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision.
32. If the international ship security certificate has expired or the international ship security certificate has been revoked, a new international ship security certificate and Ship Inspection for port security to be issued after this rule 46.2. the checks referred to in the paragraph below.
33. the ship and port protection officer 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.
2.5. the international ship security certificate To temporary 34. Board Certified compliance with the protection requirements during the transition period, ship and port Protection Inspectorate issued interim international ship protection certificates (annex 3) in the following cases: If the ship before it was 34.1. commissioning or during the transfer between the folksy ship protection certificates;
21.3. If the vessel is re-registered to the Latvian flag from another 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (SOLAS Convention) of the flag of a Member State;
3. If the vessel is re-registered to the Latvian flag from the flag of a country which is not a member of the SOLAS Convention;
21.4. If the owner of the ship becomes the shipping company, which has managed this ship.
35. The international ship security certificate shall be issued by the interim for five months.
36. to ship and port security officer shall ensure that the ship's compliance with the protection requirements laid down during the transitional period, together with the application for the international ship security certificate issuing temporary owner ship and port security inspection submitted by: 36.1. the evaluation copy of protection;
36.2. the approval of ship security plan;
36.3. the application of the protection of ships and port authorities with a request to carry out ship security check in no later than two months following the lodging of an application;
36.4. documents certifying that the required drills and exercises (the ship's personnel are familiar with their duties under the protection plan);
22.7. documents certifying the change in composition of the ship's staff in the last three months, or proof that changes have occurred;
22.7. documents certifying that the ship protection officer compliance protection requirements;
22.8. previous to the vessel concerned issued international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate;
UR36.8.atz complex defence organization Board issued a compliance approval if the vessel concerned has been issued;
22.9. the protection of the internal audit review;
UR36.10.atz out of the Organization for the protection of the ship security audit review, if such an audit has been carried out;
36.11. other under part A of the ISPS Code 19.4.2 of ship and port protection officer with the requested information.
37. the protection of ships and port inspectors within three working days evaluate these rules referred to in paragraph 36 of document and adopt one of the following decisions: UR37.1.par the international ship security certificate issuing temporary;
UR37.2.par refusal to issue a provisional international ship security certificate, if not submitted all documents or documents submitted do not meet the eligibility requirements.
38. The provision in paragraph 37 that decision point: 38.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
38.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision.
39. This rule 37.1. or 37.2. the decision referred to in the bottom of a replacement ship and port Protection Inspectorate within five working days of acceptance by the owner of the vessel.
40. If the shipowner cannot submit someone under this provision the 36 requested information or documents, ship and port Protection Inspectorate international ship protection interim certificate may be issued only after inspection of protection of the ship in which it is found that the vessel meets the protection requirements laid down.

41. the protection of ships and port inspection within five working days after the decision on the protection of the vessel between the folksy temporary acceptance certificate prepares international ship security certificate to issue temporary owner.
42. To issue interim international ship protection certificates for a given vessel may recognised security organisation, where such a mandate for empowerment in the agreement concluded between the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and the recognised security organisation.
2.6. Security clearance 43. Ship Security check shall be carried out to ensure that the ship, its equipment and protection systems for compliance with the Board of the State protection plan or protection requirements.
44. the ship and port protection officer may take any vessel inspection of protection of the Republic of Latvia to the area of jurisdiction. The Latvian flag ship defense test ship and port protection officer may also be carried out under the national jurisdiction of other States. Ship and port protection officer is entitled to demand the ship proceed to a specific location or leave a location not to be able to perform its protection check.
45. the ship and port protection officer ship security check shall be carried out taking into account the following conditions: 45.1.ne later than 10 working days before the inspection ship and port protection officer agreed with the owner of the ship for ship security checks, except extraordinary;
45.2. the 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 the same day), then the trial period may be extended up to two working days.
46. the protection of ships and port inspectors shall carry out the following checks: ship defense 46.1. initial verification carried out before the first international ship security certificate is issued for a given vessel;
46.2. rejuvenating the inspection carried out before repeating the international ship security certificate is issued for a given vessel;
46.3. intermediate inspection carried out in the period between the second and third years after the international ship security certificate;
46.4. the extraordinary inspection: any inspection other than this rule 46.1.46.2, 46.3., referred to and which ship and port protection inspector to verify the protection systems for ongoing compliance with protection plans, including an inspection carried out on the basis of the information received from the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection, Navy, National Guard, or other legal or natural persons on board without compliance with the protection requirements laid down or protection plan.
47. the ship security check can take a recognised security organisation, where such a mandate for empowerment in the agreement concluded between the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and the recognised security organisation.
48. following this rule 46.1.46.2 points or below. the checks referred to in the vessel and the port security officer shall adopt one of the following decisions: refusal to issue a UR48.1.par international ship security certificate, if the protection system does not meet the protection plan;
UR48.2.par the international ship security certificate with the indication of the need to prevent any deficiencies found during the inspection, if deficiencies are not significantly reduces the required ship vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
UR48.3.par the international ship security certificate, if the protection system fully complies with the protection plan.
49. following this rule 46.3. the checks referred to in ship and port security officer shall adopt one of the following decisions: UR49.1.par's refusal to make the interim approval of examination in the international ship security certificate, if the protection system does not meet the protection plan;
UR49.2.par interim approval of examination in the international ship security certificates with indicate to remove identified deficiencies found during an inspection, if deficiencies are not significantly reduces the required ship vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
UR49.3.par interim approval of examination in the international ship security certificate, if the protection system complies with the protection plan.
50. following this rule 46.4. the checks referred to in ship and port security officer shall adopt one of the following decisions: UR50.1.par ship's compliance with the protection requirements;
UR50.2.par ship's non-conformity with the protection requirements with an indication of the need to prevent the identified deficiencies.
51. If the original, restorative, between stage or abnormal is found during the inspection of the protection system of the ship does not conform to the approved ship security plan or the security requirements, vessel and port security officer made repeated ship security check to verify the correction of deficiencies found.
52. the protection of the ship in the ship and the port security officer shall do the following: 52.1. check the international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate's validity period, if such certificate is issued to the vessel concerned;
52.2. testing the ship's compliance with the protection system of the ship security plan, or of the vessel set protection requirements.
53. If the public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection for ship inspection supervision of the flag State or port State control, maritime forces or national guard are justified reasons (annex 4) as ship protection system does not comply with the requirements of the protection plan or protection requirements of the ship, ship and port protection officer may drill ship protection systems and protection plan test (annex 5). An in-depth inspection of the ship and port protection officer can perform on their own initiative. In-depth check can only be performed on ship and port protection officers (especially authorized officials) if the record their service certificates.
54. Ship and port protection officer within five working days after the examination report shall be drawn up on the checks carried out (annex 6). The report stated in accordance with the decisions taken by these provisions and, if necessary, also found the gap period (up to six months). A copy of the report issued to the master of the ship or vessel owner.
2.7 protection control measures 55. where protection is detected during an inspection ship defense systems set out non-compliance with the protection requirements of the ship, which is a threat to people, ship or other property, ship and port protection officer may decide to raise, as well as the delay of the vessel, the vessel's hold, the ship's operation in the suspension, prohibition of a ship to move to port or ship's expulsion from the port. The decision stated in the report of the examination. The decision to expel the vessel from the port to the ship and port protection officer may accept only if this ship is located at the port actually creates an immediate threat to humans, ships or other property and this danger cannot be avoided by other means.
56. The decision on the delay of the ship, the ship's detention, suspension of the operation of the vessel also the prohibition of a ship to move to port, the vessel's removal from the port or the release of performance provides the port captain. In order to ensure the enforcement of decisions, ship and port Protection Inspectorate sent the captain of the port concerned this provision in paragraph 54 a copy of the report. Port the master is bound by verbal ship and port protection officer's instructions on the control measures of protection or the ship's release.
57. If the vessel is on hold, ship and port Protection Inspectorate together with the provisions referred to in paragraph 54 of the report to be issued to the skipper of the ship's interception of the communication (annex 7). The notice together with a copy of the rules referred to in paragraph 54 of the report, a copy of ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall issue the relevant port captain.
58. Where a vessel is seized the ship and port security inspection of it one day while sending the notice of detention of a ship (annex 8), inform the maritime sectors of the country be the competent institution whose flag the ship is entitled to fly. The notification shall specify all the circumstances which required a detention. If necessary, the protection of ships and port inspection shall forward that notification also national diplomatic representative and recognised security organisation that issued international ship protection certificates or interim international ship protection certificates.

59. After all the inspection deficiencies found during on board who has delayed, detained or whose operations are stopped, the owner of the vessel, the master of the vessel, the shipping company's protection officers or ship security officer shall inform the ship and port security inspection, to be able to check.
60. If after the provision referred to in paragraph 59 of the inspection ship and port protection officer establishes that the ship may go to sea or to resume the operation of the ship, also move in port, vessel and port security officer shall take a decision on the delay of the ship, or the ship hold the lifting of the suspension of operations or the ship's release.
61. free the ship from detention, ship and port protection officer fills out a statement of the ship's release (annex 9). A statement issued by the ship's captain, but a copy of the notification, the port captain, the ship's flag State administration institution concerned and recognised security organisation that issued international ship protection certificates or interim international ship protection certificates.
62. 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).
63. in implementing the protection control before the ship entered the port of Latvia, ship and port protection officer may accept one or more of the following decisions, including those on one or more documents: 39.2. request to address the deficiencies in the system of protection of the vessel;
39.3. the ship to go to the specified location;
63.3. decision on the inspection of the ship;
63.4. Prohibition of a ship to enter port.
64. The provisions referred to in paragraph 63 of the decision presented in a separate document, if the decision is taken without the protection of the ship.
65. This provision in paragraph 63 that decision point: 65.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
65.2. ships for which the adoption of the decision.
66. These rules referred to in paragraph 63 of the decision making of ship and port protection officer immediately (as soon as possible so the decision would likely announce a ship prior to its entry into port) State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration ' internal regulations established shall notify the maritime search and Rescue Coordination Center, which on supported protection control features shall inform the vessels covered by the decision. Decision (written off), if technically feasible, the master of the vessel shall be issued. If this is not possible, the decision (transcript) within five working days after it has been taken forward the shipowner concerned.
67. the decision on the prohibition of the vessel to enter the port the ship and port protection officer may take in such a case, if the vessel is located in port poses a real threat to people, ships or other property and this danger cannot be avoided by other means.
68. in order to achieve the abolition of the prohibition on entry, the owner shall provide a ship and port protection inspection requests, adding a certified international ship security certificate or interim international ship security certificate. Refusal of access abolished only after the ship and port security inspectors of the inspection, if it is found that the vessel meets the requirements of ship protection requirements.
3. the port and port facility protection 3.1. General characteristics 69. Port and port facility protection requirements consists of the following: 69.1. the port or port facility protection;
EB 69.2. the port or port facility security plan preparation;
69.3. the port or the port facility security plan approval;
69.4. the port or the port facility security plan of a specific protection measures;
69.5. the port or port facility protection initial verification;
72.2. eligibility approval of the port or port facility matches the issue of the approval.
70. the port and port facility security compliance monitoring ensures the protection of ships and port inspectors, by: 70.1. the port or port facility inspection;
70.2. the exchange of information with institutions responsible for port or port facility protection, or persons who have an interest in the port or port facility protection;
70.3. port and port facility security personnel training program.
3.2. evaluation of the 71st Board Protection and port security inspectors evaluate protection: 71.1. The territory of the Republic of Latvia, the port, serving international flights;
71.2. each port facility, serving international flights;
71.3. this rule 71.2. referred to in point port facilities adjacent areas, where the lack of security could endanger the safety of international flights.
72. the evaluation of protection, ship and port protection officers according to part A of the ISPS code and point 15 of part B of paragraph 15: UR72.1.izv in a convenient port or port facility security to protection incidents and determine the level of risk of incidents;
72.2. the port or port facilities and existing merchants who need to designate the appropriate port or port facility protection officer and prepare a port or port facility security plan;
72.3. determine the ports and port facilities, which may or may not apply the protection requirements in the port or port facility international flight of ships serving 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);
72.4. recommendations on protective measures to be included in the port or port facility security plan, giving priority to measures of protection.
73. in order to assess the port or port facility protection, ship and port protection officer: 73.1. collects information in accordance with this provision, paragraph 74;
73.2. port or port facility in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 75;
UR73.3.nov easy in a port or port facility protection in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 76;
45.6. prepare a port or port facility security assessment report in accordance with this paragraph 77.
74. before the provisions referred to in paragraph 75 of the inspection ship and port protection officer collects information about a port or port facility and its surrounding security and threats. To collect information and ensure its protection, ship and port security officer shall take the following measures: 74.1. familiarize yourself with information about a port or port facility protection 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, Marine Corps, national fire and rescue service) on a port or port facility protection and safety;
74.2. the port authority or the person who owns the port facilities or administering the port facility, or acting on behalf of the owner or Manager (hereinafter referred to as the owner of the facility), sent a questionnaire to the assessment of protection (annex 10) and determines the questionnaires filled in order, as well as the time limit for ship and port health Office (not later than three working days before that rule 73.2. inspections referred to in point);
46.2. If necessary, ask additional questions that have not been included in the evaluation questionnaire of protection;
74.4. after evaluation questionnaires for submission of ship and port protection inspection ensures the protection of the information against unauthorised disclosure.
75. Ship and port protection officer in the port or port facility, subject to the following conditions: UR75.1.par port or port facility of viewing time ship and port protection officer agreed with the port authorities or the owner of the facility not later than five working days before the inspection;
75.2. the port facilities shall be made within one day, but if the volume of the work to be carried out is large (check cannot be performed within one day) or if you need additional information about a port or port facility, the inspection period may be extended up to two working days;
75.3. the port shall be made within a time limit which the port authority and port and ship protection officer mutually agreed pursuant to this rule 75.2. section.
76. the ship and port security officer will assess port or port facility compliance with the protection requirements laid down. The port is recognized as satisfying the protection requirements laid down, if they correspond to the port area of the existing port facilities and adjacent areas, where vulnerability to protection incidents can jeopardize the safety of international flights. After a port or port facility protection evaluation of ship and port protection officer prepares the appropriate port or port facility security assessment report in accordance with the provisions set out in annex 11 of the structure of the report.
77. the ship and port protection officer prepares a port or port facility security assessment report, subject to the following conditions: 77.1. the port or the port facility security assessment report drawn up in two copies;
77.2. one of the port security assessment report, a copy of the 10darbdien after this rule 73.2. completion of the inspection referred to in the send port administration;

77.3. other port facility security assessment report, a copy of the 10darbdien after this rule 73.2. bottom view referred to the completion of the send port facilities. The port facility security assessment report sent to the copy of the relevant port authority;
UR77.4.tre this port or port facility security assessment report copies stored in the vessel and port security inspections;
UR77.5.kop with a port or port facility security assessment report to the port authority or the owner of the facility shall give notification of the need to designate the appropriate port or port facility protection officer, developing a port or port facility security plan and implement it if it is found that in the assessment of a port or port facility is subject to the requirements of protection.
78. the ship and port protection officer shall make any amendments to the port or the port facility security assessment report, based on new information about a port or port facility or its threat changes. On the amendment of the ship and port protection officer within three working days after they are made in writing to the relevant port authorities or the owner of the facility. Port authority or port facilities is the responsibility of the owner to include amendments to the port or the port facility security assessment, a copy of the message stored in the port or port facility.
3.3. Protection Plan and preparation and approval of Amendment 79. the port or port facility protection officer to the port or the port facility security plan may be used to compile a recognised security organisation services. The port or the port facility security plan shall be subject to the following conditions: 79.1. the port or the port facility security plan shall be prepared in accordance with the provisions laid down in annex 12 of the plan's structure;
79.2. the port or the port facility security plan is used in the preparation of a port or port facility security assessment report, the information contained in the conclusions obtained after the analysis of this information, as well as the protection of ships and port inspections, and other national security and protection of the authorities of Tajikistan cue (such as the national police, the security police, the National Guard, the Navy, the State fire and rescue service) recommendations;
79.3. the port or the port facility security plan shall be drawn up in Latvian language.
80. the port or the port facility security plan shall be submitted (if necessary, including by electronic means) of ship and port protection inspection.
81. Ship and port protection officer within five working days after the submission of the plan to assess the appropriate port or port facility protection compliance protection and adopt one of the following decisions: UR81.1.par port or port facility security plan approval;
UR81.2.par port or port facility security plan with the approval of the claim to address 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);
UR81.3.par port or port facility security plan is not approved.
82. the decision on the port or the port facility security plan approval: 82.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
82.2. the port or port facility, for which it;
82.3. the port or the port facility security plan for the implementation of measures of protection (no later than six months after the port or the port facility security plan approval), indicating that the protection plan approval will be cancelled, if the deadline was not met.
83. the decision on the port or the port facility security plan with the approval of the claim to address deficiencies noted: 83.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
51.7. port or port facility, for which it;
83.3. deadline (not later than six months after the port or the port facility security plan approval), the deficiencies referred to in the decision of the port or the port facility security plan, noting that the protection plan approval will be cancelled, if the deadline was not met;
83.4. the port or the port facility security plan for the implementation of measures of protection (no later than six months after the port or the port facility security plan approval), indicating that the protection plan approval will be cancelled, if the deadline was not met.
84. the decision on the port or the port facility security plan shall not be approved in the citation: 84.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
52.3. the port or port facility, for which it;
84.3. the port or port facility security plan by the submission deadline: no later than six months after the adoption of this decision.
85. Ship and port protection officer approved by the port or the port facility security plan. The approval mark shall be made on the proposed protection plan cover page indicating the date of approval of the plan, title, name and surname, and certified with a signature.
86. the approved or disapproved of the port or the port facility security plan, together with these terms, or 81.1 81.2.81.3. decision referred to a copy three working days after the decision of ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall provide the port authority or the owner of the facility. The approved port facility security plan shall send a copy of the port, in whose territory the port facility is located.
87. the protection of ships and port inspection in port or kept in an approved port facility security plan.
88. the port or the port facility security plan shall be submitted for the approval of amendments to the shipping and port security inspections. Ship and port protection officer within five working days of the amendment evaluated compliance with the protection requirements and adopt one of the following decisions: 88.1. on port or port facility security plan amendments, specifying the provisions of the information referred to in paragraph 82;
88.2 or the port port facility security plan without amendments, specifying the provisions of the information referred to in paragraph 84.
89. Approved or not approved port facility security plan with the amendments to this rule 88.1. or 88.2. decision referred to a copy three working days after the decision of ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall provide the port authority or the owner of the facility. If the amendment is approved, the port or port facility protection officer changes its protection plan that is amended, and shall mark the carrying of the amendments page. Replaced the page with a protection plan to destroy old versions.
90. If the ship and port security inspectors found shortcomings in the port or port facility security plan is not remedied in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 83 deadline, ship and port protection officer adopts: 90.1. the decision on the port or the port facility security plan of withdrawal of approval if compliance with the approval of the port or port facility, eligibility approval has not yet been issued;
90.2. the decision on the port or the port facility security plan approval and confirmation of the conformity of a port or port facility, eligibility, cancellation of approval if compliance with the approval of the port or port facility, eligibility confirmation is issued.
91. This rule 90.1. or 90.2. the decision referred to in the bottom of a copy three working days after the decision has been sent to the port authority or the owner of the port facility.
92. in paragraph 90 of these provisions in that decision: 57.2. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
92.2. port or port facility, for which it;
92.3. the port or port facility security plan by the submission deadline: no later than six months after the adoption of this decision.
3.4. the approval of compliance 93. Port compliance approval or confirmation of compliance of a port facility (annex 13) ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall be issued following this rule 101.1 or 101.2. checks referred to in paragraph.
94. the port or ports of conformity equipment approval of ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall issue the relevant port authority or the owner of the facility within five working days after this rule 101.2. or 101.3. referred to in the decision.
95. the approval of the conformity of the port or port facility, eligibility approval shall be issued for a period of up to five years. Port compliance approval or confirmation of compliance of a port facility may be issued for a period shorter than five years, if the ship and port protection officer have reasonable information about the expected change in the factual circumstances relating to the port or port facility during the period shorter than five years from the approval of the conformity of the service (such as for port or port facility strukcij or winding-rekon, port or port facility protection system for change owner, port facilities). Port compliance approval or confirmation of compliance of a port facility at the port facility or of the owner of the port administration may issue a written request for a period of less than five years.

96. the protection of ships and port inspection shall withdraw approval of the conformity of the port or port facility, eligibility approval if after inspection finds the port or port facility protection system non-compliance protection plan or protection requirements and if the port or port facility security clearance specified deficiencies are not rectified.
97. On the approval of the conformity of a port or port facility, eligibility confirmation cancellation of ship and port protection officer makes a decision, stating: 60.3. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
97.2. port or port facility, for which the adoption of the decision.
98. If the conformity of the approval of the port or port facility matches the period of validity of the approval or approval is revoked, a new port in conformity with the approval of the port facility, eligibility or approval for ship and port Protection Inspectorate shall be issued following this rule 101.2. referred to an inspection.
3.5. verification of protection 99. the port or port facility protection purpose of the check is to make sure the port or port facilities, the equipment and the protection system of the State of compliance with the appropriate port or port facility security plans, or protection requirements laid down.
100. the port or port facility protection check at the ship and port security inspectors, taking into account the following conditions: UR100.1.par port or port facility security clearance time (excluding extraordinary inspection), ship and port protection officer agreed with the port authorities or the owner of the facility not later than five working days before the examination;
100.2. 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 the same day), then the trial period may be extended up to two working days;
100.3. the port security check shall be carried out in the period for which the port authority and port and ship protection officer mutually agreed pursuant to this rule 100.2. section.
101. the ship and port security officer will take the following port or port facility security clearance: 101.1. the initial checks carried out before the first-in-compliance approval port or port facility, eligibility of issue of the approval;
101.2. rejuvenating examination carried out before approval of the port in conformity or compliance of a port facility of issue of the approval;
101.3. intermediate inspection carried out once a year in the interim between the port matches the confirmation or approval of compliance of a port facility for issuing and expiry date, given that the period between inspections shall not exceed 18kalendār months;
101.4. extraordinary inspection: any inspection (except this rule 101.1, 101.2, 101.3... the checks referred to in point), what ship and port protection inspector to verify the protection systems continued compliance protection plan, the inspection carried out on the basis of the information received from the Marine Corps, National Guard, State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspections or other legal or natural persons, on port or port facilities not compliance requirements of protection or protection plan.
102. Ship and port protection officer within five working days after this rule 101.1 or 101.2.. checks referred to adopt one of the following decisions: UR102.1.par refusal to issue a confirmation of compliance of a port or port facility, eligibility approval if a port or port facility protection system does not meet the protection plan;
UR102.2.par port matches the approval or confirmation of compliance of a port facility is issued with reference to prevent the identified deficiencies, if the inspection found deficiencies will not significantly reduce the requested port or port facility vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
UR102.3.par port matches the approval or confirmation of compliance of a port facility, the port or port facility protection system for fully complies with the protection plan.
103. the decision on the refusal to issue a confirmation of compliance of a port or port facility, eligibility confirmation: 103.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
103.2. port or port facility, for which it;
103.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which the inevitable decision contains shortcomings and to reuse a port or port facility protection.
104. the decision on the approval of the conformity of the port or port facility compliance approval issued to the point of preventing the identified deficiencies: 104.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
104.2. a port or port facility, for which the decision is taken;
104.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), in which inevitably the weaknesses mentioned in the decision, noting that the approval of the conformity of the port or port facility, eligibility approval will be cancelled, if the deadline was not met.
105. the decision on the approval of the conformity of the port or port facility, eligibility of issue of the approval: 105.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
105.2. port or port facility, for which the adoption of the decision.
106. Ship and port protection officer within five working days after this rule 101.3. tests prescribed in paragraph shall adopt one of the following decisions: UR106.1.par's refusal to make a proof mark of approval or the port matches the port facility, if approval of the conformity of a port or port facility protection system does not meet the protection plan;
UR106.2.par proof marks in conformity with the approval of the port or port facility compliance approval with reference to eliminate the shortcomings noted during the inspection, if deficiencies are not substantially reduced the requested port or port facility vulnerability (vulnerability decreases significantly if the protection system is unable to provide continuous people, ships and other property security complexes around the object);
UR106.3.par proof marks in conformity with the approval of the port or port facility, if approval of the conformity of port or port facility protection system complies with the protection plan.
107. the decision on refusal to do a proof mark of conformity confirmation in port or port facility, eligibility confirmation indicates that rule the information referred to in paragraph 103.
108. the decision as proof of the offence to the port of marks of conformity approval or confirmation of compliance of a port facility, and the need to address deficiencies noted that the information referred to in paragraph 104. The decision marks in the port certificate compliance approval or confirmation of compliance of a port facility indicates that provision of the information referred to in paragraph 105. After the adoption of this decision by the ship and port security officer shall mark the proof of conformity confirmation in port or port facility compliance approval.
109. Ship and port protection officer within five working days after this rule 101.4. checks referred to adopt one of the following decisions: UR109.1.par port or port facility in compliance with the protection requirements of these regulations, indicating the information referred to in paragraph 105;
UR109.2.par port or port facility of non-conformity with the protection requirements with reference to eliminate the shortcomings noted, indicating that rule the information referred to in paragraph 104.
110.102. These provisions, 106 and 109 of the decision referred to in paragraph a duplicate ship and port Protection Inspectorate within five working days after the decision has been sent to the port authority or the owner of the port facility.
111. If the original, restorative, between stage or abnormal during an inspection ship and port protection officer finds the port or port facility protection systems do not conform to the approved plan, the protection is made to port or port facility protection check to verify the correction of deficiencies found.
112. the port or port facility security clearance during shipping and port security officer shall do the following: verify compliance of 112.1. port or port facility, eligibility approval when such approval for the port or port facility is issued;
check the port or 112.2. port facility protection system for compliance with the security plan.

113. Ship and port protection officer may suspend the operation of a port or port facility and request to address deficiencies in the protection system, where, after checks find the protection port or port facility protection system non-compliance protection plan or protection requirements, which can endanger persons, vessels or other property. The decision on suspension of operation one day after its adoption, shall be made in writing and sent to the person to whom it is addressed, as well as port captain, who controls the execution of this decision. The decision on the suspension of the operation of a port or port facility is repealed only after checking again, during which there has been evidence that the deficiencies, which stopped operations, is eliminated. The decision on suspension of operation: 113.1. information in accordance with the administrative procedure act;
113.2. port or port facility, for which it;
113.3. deadline (not later than six months after the adoption of this decision), the deficiencies referred to in the decision, noting that the port will be revoked approval of conformity or compliance of a port facility certificate, if the deadline was not met.
4. Staff training programme coordination board, 114 Before 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 to the coordination of the training ship and port security inspection training program. The vessel, the shipping company, port or port facility personnel training of protection may only be carried out under the protection of the Organization, which has been recognised in accordance with these rules and the code.
115. Ship and port protection officer within five working days evaluate training programs for compliance with the protection requirements and adopt one of the following decisions: UR115.1.par protection personnel training program approval;
UR115.2.par refusal to approve the defence staff training program.
116. If the ship and port security officer adopt this rule 115.1. the decision referred to in the paragraph below, he made the approval mark to the programmes presented and the first sheet with 115.1. these provisions referred to a copy of the decision within three working days after the decision has been sent to training programs. A copy of the approved training programs stored in ship and port protection inspection.
117. If the ship and port protection officer accepts these rules. the decision referred to 115.2, he's training with this provision in the decision referred to in paragraph 115.2 replacement within three working days after the decision has been sent to the training programs.
5. the exchange of information 118. Ship and port protection officer for the exchange of information with the International Maritime Organisation, the 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.
6. Protection Organization, certification and recognition of monitoring 119. Recognised security organisation is a merchant who under part B of the code point 4.3 surveillance functions, or in accordance with part B of the ISPS code, point 4.4. provide consultative services and a public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration has acknowledged, the issue of the certificate of conformity (annex 14).
120. public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" concludes with the authorisation of recognised organisations for defence agreement for the implementation of the following activities: 120.1. conformity of the documentation with the protection requirements of the certification regulations;
120.2. the ship security plan, or its amendments, approval;
120.3. the port facility protection assessment pursuant to part B of the ISPS code in point 4.3.
121. Information concerning the protection of the Organization and its mandate concluded contract of the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration publishes the newspaper" journal ". List of recognised security organisation in the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" website on the internet, indicating the course of action that has been certified in a recognized conservation organization, the period of validity of the certificate of compliance, as well as the mandate and powers, if the term of validity of this Regulation referred to in paragraph 119 of the activities between the public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and the recognised organisation of protection has been a mandate contract.
122. The certificate of conformity is a document that certifies the compliance of the economic operator by part B of the ISPS code 4.5 coverage protection requirements and good practices in accordance with the recommendations of the International Maritime Organisation's documents. Minimum requirements for recognised organisations for the protection of these rules laid down in annex 15.
123. The merchant compliance with this provision 15. requirements set out in the annex, on the basis of the documents submitted, the merchant 10darbdien was an application for the issue of a certificate of conformity to the receiving ship and port inspection shall examine the protection of ships and port protection officer and takes one of the following decisions: the issue of the certificate of conformity to UR123.1.par;
UR123.2.par refusal to issue a certificate of compliance.
124. If necessary, ship and port protection officer require the operator to provide supplementary information.
125. in order to assess the submitted information in the documents, ship and port security officer shall have the right to call in experts of ship, port and port facility security, as well as in the maritime domain.
126. the recognised security organisation, the certificate of conformity shall be issued for a period of five years.
127. the ship and port security officer shall take a decision on the refusal to issue a certificate of compliance, if: 127.1. Merchant documents submitted are incomplete (it contains does not draw conclusions about the adequacy of these provisions authorized economic operator 15. the requirements referred to in the annex);
127.2. the operator has provided false statements;
127.3. it is established that the operator does not comply with the rules referred to in annex 15 requirements.
128. This provision or 123.2. bottom 123.1. in that decision point a copy of ship and port Protection Inspectorate within three working days after the decision has been sent to the economic operator who submitted the application for the issuance of the certificate of compliance. If the vessel and port security officer shall adopt the provisions referred to in decision 123.1., ship and port Protection Inspectorate together with the decision to prepare also for the issue of certificate of conformity.
129. If changing the data pertaining to the protection of ships and port inspection of the documents submitted, the applicant shall file a certificate of conformity for ship and port inspection of protection specified in the documents.
130. The recognised organisation's eligibility of protection during the period of validity of the certificate supports the activities of the organization according to the rules referred to in annex 15 requirements.
131. Ship and port protection officer may decide that a recognized conservation organization of the cancellation of the certificate of conformity if the ship and port protection officer finds such conditions for the protection of recognised organisations in action: 131.1. non-compliance with the rules referred to in annex 15 requirements;
131.2. systematic organization of protection recognised by the protection plan prepared for non-compliance with the protection requirements (assessment of protection requirements for submission of non-compliant plan the frequency and the nature of the lack of conformity);
UR131.3.atz out of the Organization of knowledge and skills of employees in non-compliance with the requirements of the port, port facilities and ships;
131.4. audit do not according to protection requirements;
131.5. issued international ship security certificate or interim approval of compliance (international ship security certificate) for ships that do not meet the protection requirements;
131.6. protection training is carried out in accordance with the approved training program or the protection requirements;
UR131.7.nav provides information according to the rules in paragraph 129 above requirements for changes to documents on the basis of which the certificate of compliance was issued;
131.8.ir give false information;
131.9.ir the information on the recognised security organisation to stop running.
132. Ship and port protection officer not less frequently than once every two years to take the defence organisation of the audit. Ship and port security inspectors can also make inspection to verify the protection checks compliance with the protection requirements.
7. concluding issues 133. If the ship security plans, ship and port security inspection submitted by this provision to the date of entry into force of these provisions have been added 9.2. bottom Board referred to in paragraph translation protection plan, the owner shall supply a translation into submission until 1 august 2005.
134. The provisions of paragraph 19 of annex 15 shall enter into force by 1 January 2008.
Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers

Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 5 March 2005.



 
4. the annex to Cabinet of 15 February 2005, regulations no 128 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 SOLASkonvencij-XI, Chapter 2 and listed in the ISPSkodeks in the end.
3. After this provision in paragraph 53 of those authorities or ship and port protection officer promoted professional assessment report is drawn up containing information on non-conformity of the vessel SOLASkonvencij-XI, Chapter 2 and listed ISPSkodeks requirements.
4. After this provision in paragraph 53 of those authorities or ship and port protection officer promoted 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, such exercises are not performed at all.
5. After this the rule referred to in paragraph 53 of the authorities or ship and port protection officer promoted 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 the 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 do not comply with SOLASkonvencij-XI, Chapter 2 and listed in ISPSkodeks.
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 Chapter XI-2 SOLASkonvencij and ISPSkodek sa requirements listed in.
8. If the vessel has been issued international ship protection temporary certifi cate and this provision in paragraph 53 the said 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 a certificate is to avoid full compliance SOLASkonvencij-XI, Chapter 2 and ISPSkodeks the requirements laid down in part a of the International Board of the provisional protection during the period of validity of the certificate.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 5 Cabinet on 15 February 2005, regulations no 128 In-depth examinations of the vessel protection. in-depth examination 1. in-depth inspection, ship and port security officer shall ascertain the following: UR1.1.vai the 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);
UR1.2.vai ship security plan contains a specific ship security officer's responsibility and that he understands (part A of the ISPS Code 12.1;)
UR1.3.vai the vessel security plan 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;)
UR1.4.vai 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;)
UR1.5.vai 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);
UR1.6.vai access to 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;)
UR1.7.vai ship's personnel are able to monitor cargo and ship's stores-loading works (part A of the ISPS Code 7.2.6;)
UR1.8.vai can identify the ship, ship security officers (part A of the ISPS Code 9.4.13.;)
UR1.9.vai the master of the vessel and the ship security officer may identify the shipping company's protection officer (part A of the ISPS Code 9.4.14;)
UR1.10.vai ship has kept records of training, drills and exercises (part A of the ISPS Code 10.1.1;)
UR1.11.vai ship has saved the 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);
UR1.13.vai ship leading the staff is 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;)
UR1.14.vai the vessel is able to receive messages about changes in the level of protection (SOLAS chapter XI-2 of the Convention. 3. rule);
UR1.15.vai is the belief 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.);
UR1.16.vai 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);
UR1.17.vai 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;)
UR1.18.vai deployed on board safety equipment: motion detectors, surveillance systems, scanning equipment, lighting, communication systems and other equipment, works 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 feature to prevent compliance with the protection requirements is to check the ship security plan, is exceptionally 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 about 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): reference to the plan provisions of the ISPS code 3.1.
Prevent unauthorized boarding of objects of part A, paragraph 9.4.1.3.2.
To prevent unauthorised access to the ship (A) paragraph 9.4.3 3.3.
The ship's evacuation of part A of paragraph 9.4.6 3.4.
The procedure of auditing the protection of part A, paragraph 9.4.8 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
Verification of the ship's security plan, part A, section 9.4.11 3.8.
Ship security reporting incidents of part A, paragraph 9.4.12 3.9.
Ship security officer shall (A) identify 9.4.13. paragraph 3.10.
The shipping company's protection 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.
Ship security plan of protection of part A of paragraph 9.6.3.13.
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): reference to the plan provisions of the ISPS code 4.1.
The limited access areas of part A, paragraph 9.4.2 4.2.
Response to threats or protection of protection violations, including data validation frequency of part A, paragraph 9.4.4.4.3.
Response to the instructions of protection protection level 3 (A) of the new item 9.4.5. paragraph 4.4.
On protection duties of personnel in charge of part A, paragraph 9.4.7 4.5.
Defence equipment operating procedures of part A, paragraph 4.6 9.4.15
Ship security alert system, as A part of the paragraph and 9.4.18 9.4.17. point traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 6 Cabinet of 15 February 2005, regulations no 128 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 11 Cabinet of 15 February 2005, regulations no 128 port/port facility security assessment of the structure of the report

1. Introduction: 1.1. objective;
1.2. situation;
UR1.3.pie hospitality structures.
2. Port/port facility Description: 2.1. layout, border;
2.2. the adjacent territory, their impact;
UR2.3.ost à/port facility operations to be performed.
2.4. the port/port facilities economic characteristics;
2.5. maps, plans.
3. existing protection and security measures: 3.1. staff security;
3.2. infrastructure protection measures;
UR3.3.iek/ļūšan control port to the port facility;.
3.4. information and communications systems;
3.5. traffic control systems;
3.6. construction;
3.7. other areas, equipment damage or destruction endanger persons, property or the environment of the port operation; 3.8 port/port value, significance of the equipment;
3.9. national institutions for representation in the port/port facility.
4. the types of Hazards: 4.1 to human life and health;
4.2. port/port-apparatus as a whole;
4.3. the port/port facility of the economy in General;
4.4. port/port facility of continuity;
4.5. access to the port/port facility;
4.6. access to the adjacent areas/port facilities.
5. impact assessment under attack: 5.1 people (employees);
5.2. the port facility;.
5.3. the port as a whole;
5.4 shipping, tourism and other sectors;
5.5. the vessels;
5.6. structures elsewhere: 5.6.1. container terminals: 5.6.1.1.ar dangerous goods;
UR5.6.1.2.bez dangerous goods;
UR5.6.1.3.tuk these containers;
5.6.2 General cargo terminals: 5.6.2.1. General cargo other than dangerous;
5.6.2.2. dangerous goods;
5.6.3.ro-ro Terminal: 5.6.3.1.ar dangerous goods;
UR5.6.3.2.bez dangerous goods;
5.6.3.3.ar passengers;
UR5.6.3.4.bez passengers;
5.6.4. bulk terminals: 5.6.4.1.ar dangerous goods;
UR5.6.4.2.bez dangerous goods;
5.6.5. tanker terminals: 5.6.5.1. heavy fuel oil;
5.6.5.2. light oil products;
5.6.5.3. chemicals;
UR5.6.5.4.sa liquefied gas;
strengthening the UR5.6.6.pr terminals;
5.6.7. the passenger ship terminal.
6. rating: 6.1 national signs without risk;
6.2. a country with low risk;
6.3. State of moderate risk;
6.4. countries with high risk.
7. the profile of a terrorist. Terrorist: 7.1;
7.2. the intention;
7.3. the possible attack.
8. the likelihood of a terrorist attack: 8.1. individual objects;
8.2. port/port facility as a whole.
9. the possibility of terrorist acts: 9.1. any aspects of the port facilities, which makes it a potential target;
9.2. the possible consequences of the attack (killed, property damage, impact on economic activities, the transport system breaks).
10. Impossible attack artist capabilities and intentions.
11. possible types of attack.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers 12. attachment Cabinet of 15 February 2005, regulations no 128 port/port facility security plan structure i. port/port machine name.
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 amendments made to the plan.
VII. table of contents of the plan.
1. Introduction: 1.1. objective;
1.2. situation;
UR1.3.pl ānošan-relevant information;
UR1.4.pie hospitality structures.
2. Port/port facility Description: 2.1. layout, border;
2.2. the adjacent territory, their impact;
UR2.3.ost à/port facility operations to be performed.
2.4. the port/port facilities economic characteristics;
2.5. maps, plans.
3. the port/port facility security assessment: UR3.1.eso these protective and security measures: 3.1.1. staff security;
3.1.2. the infrastructure protection measures;
UR3.1.3.iek/ļūšan control port to the port facility;.
3.1.4. the information and communication system;
3.1.5. traffic control systems;
3.1.6. construction;
3.1.7. in other areas, equipment damage or destruction endanger persons, property or the environment of the port operation; the port/port 3.1.8 the value, significance of the equipment;
3.1.9. the institution of the country offices in the port/port facility;
3.2. risk: 3.2.1. human lives and health;
3.2.2. port/port-apparatus as a whole;
3.2.3. the port/port facility of the economy in General;
3.2.4. the port/port facility of continuity;
3.2.5. access to the port/port facility;
3.2.6. access to the adjacent areas/port facilities;.
UR3.3.nov external evaluation: 3.3.1. impact attack: 3.3.1.1. people (employees);
3.3.1.2. the port facility;.
3.3.1.3. the port as a whole;
3.3.1.4. shipping, tourism and other sectors;
3.3.1.5. vessels;
3.3.2. building in other areas: 3.3.2.1. container terminals: 3.3.2.1.1.ar dangerous goods;
UR3.3.2.1.2.bez dangerous goods;
UR3.3.2.1.3.tuk these containers;
3.3.2.2. General cargo terminals: 3.3.2.2.1. General cargo other than dangerous;
3.3.2.2.2. dangerous goods;
3.3.2.3.ro-ro terminals: 3.3.2.3.1. dangerous goods;
UR3.3.2.3.2.bez dangerous goods;
3.3.2.3.3.ar passengers;
UR3.3.2.3.4.bez passengers;
3.3.2.4. bulk terminals: 3.3.2.4.1.ar dangerous goods;
UR3.3.2.4.2.bez dangerous goods;
3.3.2.5. tanker terminals: 3.3.2.5.1. fuel oil;
3.3.2.5.2. light oil products;
3.3.2.5.3. chemical substances;
UR3.3.2.5.4.sa liquefied gas;
strengthening the UR3.3.2.6.pr terminals;
3.3.2.7. passenger ship terminal;
3.3.3. national evaluation: UR3.3.3.1.bez risk characteristics;
3.3.3.2.ar low risk;
3.3.3.3.ar medium risk;
3.3.3.4.ar high risk;
3.3.4. the terrorist Description: 3.3.4.1.;
3.3.4.2. intentions;
3.3.4.3. methods of attack;
3.3.5. the likelihood of a terrorist attack: 3.3.5.1. some objects;
3.3.5.2. port/port-apparatus as a whole;
3.3.6. the probability of terrorist acts: 3.3.6.1. any aspects of the port facilities, which makes it a potential target;
3.3.6.2. a possible attack (killed, property damage, impact on economic activities, the transport system breaks);
3.3.6.3. possible attack artist opportunities and intentions;
3.3.6.4. possible types of attack.
4. Port/port facility protection: organisation: 4.1 4.1.1. Charter;
4.1.2. the structure, employees;
4.1.3. employee rights, duties;
4.1.4. the port/port facility protection identification of employees: 4.1.4.1. uniforms;
4.1.4.2. identification documents and signs;
4.1.5. the port/port facility protection transport identification;
4.1.6. the port/port facility protection Council;
4.1.7. the relation with other defence and security bodies;
4.2. port/port facility protection measures: 4.2.1. port/port equipment breakdown;
4.2.2. fences: 4.2.2.1. disposition;
4.2.2.2. the fence condition assessment criteria;
4.2.2.3. the fence condition inspection and remedial procedures;
4.2.2.4. the criteria;
4.2.2.5. physical characteristics;
4.2.3. additional protective equipment: 4.2.3.1. listing, position, characteristics;
īkojum status UR4.2.3.2.apr assessment criteria;
UR4.2.3.3.apr īkojum State inspection and remedial procedures;
4.2.4 4.2.4.1. location: lighting;
4.2.4.2. the installation of the status evaluation criteria;
4.2.4.3. the installation of the inspection and remedial procedures;
4.2.4.4. the criteria;
4.2.4.5. physical characteristics;
UR4.3.iek ļūšan control port/port: UR4.3.1.iek ļūšan point (entrance, gate, door) listing, description, working time;
4.3.2. people, transport and distribution of freight traffic between the access points;
UR4.3.3.iek ļūšan and inspection arrangements: 4.3.3.1. employees;
4.3.3.2. shippers;
4.3.3.3. ship's stores from suppliers;
4.3.3.4. passengers;
4.3.3.5. crew members of vessels;
4.3.4. the system of identification of people and transport: 4.3.4.1. the identification document types and models;
4.3.4.2. identification documents;
4.3.4.3. ID document access points;
4.3.4.4. number of access points, security guard, their organization, instructions;
4.3.4.5. action agenda entry specified cases;
4.4. restricted access area: 4.4.1. limited access zone, the border entry points and characteristics;
4.4.2. restricted access area designations;
4.4.3. protection organization, instructions;
UR4.4.4.iek ļūšan and inspection arrangements: 4.4.4.1. passengers;
4.4.4.2. employees;
4.4.4.3. shippers;
4.4.4.4. ship's stores from suppliers;
4.4.4.5. crew members of vessels;
4.4.5. the cargo and ship's stores from moving and storage;
4.4.6. the carriage of baggage or personal belongings handling and storage;
4.4.7. action in a specific area of the limited access cases the arrangements;
4.5. handling: 4.5.1 the cargo receiving, shipping, and handling procedures;
4.5.2. cargo document design;
4.5.3. arrangement of cargo schemes;
4.5.4. the protection measures of freight and cargo inspection organization, instructions;
4.5.5. special measures when handling dangerous goods;
4.5.6. action in certain freight handling policy violation;
4.6. the delivery of ship's stores should: 4.6.1. the arrival procedures;
4.6.2. the inventory document design;
4.6.3. the inventory protection measures and inventory controls, instructions;
4.6.4. the conduct of ship's receipt of infringement procedures;
4.7 shipment passed into the baggage handling: UR4.7.1.bag buck, shipping and other processing procedures;
Buck UR4.7.2.bag document design;
UR4.7.3.bag buck and luggage inspection organization, instructions;
4.7.4. action in certain baggage handlers order cases.
5. notification: the level of protection 5.1. powers of disclosure and the level of protection for Exchange;

5.2. the disclosure of the level of protection and the exchange procedure.
6. the Declaration of protection: 6.1. authorisation Declaration of protection;
6.2. the Declaration of protection procedures.
7. Communications: 7.1. port/port facility: 7.1.1. communication and notification procedures;
7.1.2. communication and notification schemes.
7.2. relationship with other defence and security, State and local authorities: 7.2.1. communication and notification procedures;
7.2.2. communication and notification schemes.
8. Relationship to other plans.
9. review of the plan and notes: UR9.1.pl Europe-review and amendment procedures of implementation;
UR9.2.pl review of the Europe timetable.
10. safety and control Plan: UR10.1.pl Japan distribution and distribution;
10.2. the restrictions and other security measures to protect the plan.
11. Port/port facility personnel training: 11.1. requirements related to port/port facility protection: 11.1.1. port/port facility protection officer;
11.1.2.ar port/port facility protection staff;
11.1.3. the rest of the port/port facility personnel;
11.2. individual training: 11.2.1. port/port facility protection officer;
11.2.2.ar port/port facility protection staff;
11.2.3. the rest of the port/port facility personnel;
11.3. the exercises;
11.4. training.
12. Plans for emergencies: 12.1. fires;
UR12.2.spr ādzien;
UR12.3.spr ādzienbīstam of the subject of the finding;
12.4. information about bomb threats on board;
12.5. information about bomb threats in the port/port facility: 12.5.1. vēstuļbumb;
12.5.2. bomb placed in the car;
12.5.3. boat placed balls;
7.8. illegal use of weapons in the port/port facility and against it;
12.7. radioactive, chemical and biological contamination;
12.8. chemical substances;
12.9. oil and petroleum product spills;
12.10. demonstrations, pickets;
12.11. strikes;
12.12. the criminal offences, such as theft, robbery;
12.13. unauthorized access or attempt;
12.14. power failure;
12.15. interference;
12.16. defence and security equipment malfunctions;
12.17. refugees, illegal immigrants and the discovery of stowaways;
12.18. natural disasters, such as storms, floods;
12.19. the taking of hostages;
12.20. the disaster with a large number of victims.
13. The imposition of measures.
14. the annex.
Viii. Definitions.
IX. References and literature used in the score.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 15. Cabinet of Ministers of 15 February 2005, regulations no 128 minimum requirements for recognised organisations of protection 1. Appropriate knowledge and experience in shipping, port and port facility protection and assistance.
2. Protection requirements appropriate knowledge of ship and port are also offered acceptance a knowledge of ship design and construction if services are provided in the field of the protection of ships and of port design and of its layout, if the services are provided in the port or port facility protection.
3. the capability to assess the likely risk of protection that might befall the ship, port and port facilities during operation, as well as ship-port or ship-ship interaction and knowledge in some way reduce such risks to a minimum.
4. Food security protection requirements according to technical, organisational risks, risks and support personnel who are able to develop and maintain a recognized conservation organization operating procedures.
5. Ability to maintain and improve the competence of employees.
6. The ability to continuously follow the employee trust.
7. Ability to maintain measures to prevent unauthorised disclosure or access information secret with defence-related materials.
8. knowledge of SOLASkonvencij-XI, Chapter 2 and ISPSkodeks of the requirements set out in part a and the other by ship, port and port facility protection in Latvia binding international law, as well as the laws of Latvia.
9. Knowledge of current threats and protection type.
10. knowledge of weapons, dangerous substances and equipment recognition and detection.
11. Knowledge of how preventing any discrimination, identify persons who may pose a protection, that is, knowledge of the personal characteristics and behavior.
12. knowledge of the practices, safeguard measures to avoid the attack.
13. knowledge of the protection and surveillance equipment and systems and their operational limitations.
14. the recognised security organisation size, structure, experience and capability to match its type of activity.
15. The recognised security organisation authorised to participate in the development of ship and port security inspectors and other interested parties.
16. According to a recognised security organisation's technical, administrative and organizational competence guarantee the provision of services.
17. the recognised security organisation ready to provide ship and port protection officers with the ship, port and port facility protection related information.
18. Defined and recognised security organisation documented policies and quality objectives, as well as ensure the implementation of policy in all recognised protection levels in the organization.
19. Developed, implemented and maintained and quality system according to the national standard LVSENIS-2001L of 9001 "quality management system".
Traffic Minister a. shlesers