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What it is?

What it is?

The International Ship and Port Facility Security is a set of measures and procedures to protect ships and port installations from eventual terrorist attacks. It demands that ports evaluate risks in order to single out vulnerable areas and consequently prepare a security plan to address these vulnerabilities. The code determines the appointment of a Port Installation Protection Officer, in case necessary. This official is responsible for the enforcement of the norms described in the ISPS code.

The ISPS code surfaced as a response to the World Trade Center terrorist attack, in New York, on September 11, 2001, in the USA. This event triggered a series of discussions that intended to prevent the occurrence of other terrorist attacks.

The ISPS code's goal is to establish an international cooperation among governments, governmental organisms, local administrators of the naval and port sectors, in order to detect threats to the protection of ships or port installations that are used by the international market.

At Suape's Port, the ISPS Code's Executive Coordination is responsible for the coordination of the port area's security and the execution of the Port's Public Security Plan.



Controlled Area – consists of the area between the Control Station #1 (main  entrance) and the access limits for the remaining control stations (PC) and local control stations (PCL), up to the Restricted Area.

Restricted Area – consists of the area from the control stations and local control stations until the customs area.


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