ISO 20858:2007

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Norwegian title: Ships and marine technology — Maritime port facility security assessments and security plan development
English title: Ships and marine technology — Maritime port facility security assessments and security plan development
Item type: Standard
Language: Engelsk
Edition: 1 (2007-11-05)
Supersedes: ISO/PAS 20858:2004 Alert Withdrawn
Number of pages: 30
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Scope: <sec id="sec_1.1"><label>1.1</label><title>General</title><p>This International Standard establishes a framework to assist marine port facilities in specifying the competence of personnel to conduct a marine port facility security assessment and to develop a security plan as required by the ISPS Code International Standard, conducting the marine port facility security assessment, and drafting/implementing a Port Facility Security Plan (PFSP).</p><p>In addition, this International Standard establishes certain documentation requirements designed to ensure that the process used in performing the duties described above was recorded in a manner that would permit independent verification by a qualified and authorized agency (if the port facility has agreed to the review). It is not an objective of this International Standard to set requirements for a contracting government or designated authority in designating a Recognized Security Organization (RSO), or to impose the use of an outside service provider or other third parties to perform the marine port facility security assessment or security plan if the port facility personnel possess the expertise outlined in this specification. Ship operators may be informed that marine port facilities that use this document meet an industry-determined level of compliance with the ISPS Code.</p><p>Port infrastructure that falls outside the security perimeter of a marine port facility might affect the security of the facility/ship interface. This International Standard does not address the requirements of the ISPS Code relative to such infrastructures. State governments have a duty to protect their populations and infrastructures from marine incidents occurring outside their marine port facilities. These duties are outside the scope of this International Standard.</p></sec><sec id="sec_1.2"><label>1.2</label><title>Conformance</title><p>While compliance with the ISPS Code is internationally mandated for all signatory countries, the use of this International Standard is voluntary. If a contracting government establishes requirements that preclude the use of this International Standard, local law takes precedence and compliance with this International Standard should not be claimed.</p></sec>
Adopted: 2007-11-05
ICS: 47.020.99 - Andre standarder om skipsbygging og marine konstruksjoner