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Brunei Darussalam Implementation of the International Ships and Port Facilities Security Code
ISPS CODE COMPLIANCE
Chairman: Director of MarineDeputy Chairman: Deputy Director of MarineSecretariat: Security and Environment Protection Section, Marine DepartmentRoyal Brunei Police, Royal Brunei Police Force, Police Head Quarters, GadongDepartment of Internal Security, Brunei Muara DistrictsRoyal Brunei Police, Belait Police DistrictRoyal Brunei Marine Police, Marine Base Head Quarters, Muara Royal Brunei Armed Forces, Ministry of Defense, Joint Force Head QuartersEnergy Department, Prime Minister's Office (EDPMO) Head of Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE)Department of Health Services, Ministry of HealthHead of Immigration and International Registration, Ministry of Home AffairsDepartment of Royal Customs & Excise National Maritime Coordination Centre (NMCC)Department of PortsDepartment of Fire Services & Rescue
Chairman: Director of Marine
Deputy Chairman: Deputy Director of Marine
Secretariat: Security and Environment Protection Section, Marine Department
OBJECTIVES OF THE ISPS CODE
APPLICATION OF THE ISPS CODE
The Code applies to:
1. The following types of ships engaged on international voyages:
i) Passenger ships, including high-speed passenger craft ii) Cargo ships, including high-speed craft, of 500 gross tonnage and upwards iii) Mobile offshore drilling units
i) Passenger ships, including high-speed passenger craft
ii) Cargo ships, including high-speed craft, of 500 gross tonnage and upwards
iii) Mobile offshore drilling units
2. Port facilities serving such ships engaged on international voyages.
Do not apply to: Warships & naval auxiliaries, other ships owned/operated by a CG and used only on Govt. non-commercial service.
THE DESIGNATED AUTHORITY OF BRUNEI DARUSSALAM HAS APPROVED PORT FACILITY SECURITY PLANS OF THE FOLLOWING PORT FACILITIES AND TERMINAL
ROLE OF MARINE DEPARTMENT, MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS – ADMINISTRATOR
The Marine Department of Brunei Darussalam is the Administrator for Ships' aspect of the Code and has the Authority to instruct the Port Facility and any company operating ships Chapter X1-A, Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) (Amendments) Regulations 2004 and Part A of the ISPS Code, to develop Port Facility Security Plan (PFSP) and Ship Security Plan (SSP) which required to be implemented and compliance with the International Ship and Port Facility Security Compliance (ISPS Compliance)
(Designated authority: The organization (s) or the administration (s) identified, within the Contracting Government, as responsible for ensuring the implementation of the provisions of Chapter XI-A & Part A pertaining to port facility security and ship/port interface, from point of view of the port facility.)
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITY
To conduct Audit on ISPS Code Compliance by the approval from Director of Marine.To conduct Audit once every five (5) years for renewal and annual scheduled AuditTo prepare Auditing Procedures base on Auditors Procedure Manual guidelines from International Maritime Organization (IMO)To conduct Audit in on any occasion where there is breach of security inside Port facility and to investigate the incident and recommend for improvement or amendment of the Port Facility Security Plan (PFSP) and Ship Security Plan (SSP).
2. Security Incident
Shall provide notification on authority changes for Maritime Security as soon as practicableShall provide written reports on acts of unlawful interference against Maritime Security, as soon as practicable
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