WINS ISPS

1.0 GENERAL

Does the crew know what the objective of ISM code is?

Do crew members know the Security Policy?

Do Officers know about the Functional Requirements (unauthorized access to ships) ?

2.0 DEFINITIONS

Do Officers have sufficient knowledge about the Terminology of Security Level 1,2 and 3?

3.0RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTING GOVERNMENTS

Is it known who sets the security level for the ship? (answer : SSO)

Is a list of Security Contact Points available?

4.0 DECLARATION OF SECURITY

Do SSO have sufficient knowledge about the Declaration of Security?

Is the SSO aware about the circumstances when a Declaration of Security has to be requested?

5.0 OBLIGATION OF THE COMPANY

Is the Master's overriding Authority clearly defined?

Does the Company provide sufficient support to CSO/Master/SSO? (Answer : Declaration of CSO/SSO)

6.0 SHIP SECURITY

Is the Officers aware of cooperation/ communication with PFSO ?

7.0 SHIP SECURITY ASSESSMENT

Is the Ship Security Assessment available?

Is the Ship Security Assessment being kept confidential?

8.0 SHIP SECURITY PLAN

Is the approved Ship Security Plan available?

Is the Ship Security Plan kept confidential?

Is the location of the SSAS Activation Points known to key personnel?

Does SSO know in which cases PSCO may request to see the SSP ?

Is the SSP-Review available ?

Are duties and responsibilities of shipboard personnel with a security role clearly defined?

Is there a procedure for the maintenance of continuous communication in place?

Are procedures in place to control the access to the ship? SSP Section 10

Are procedures in place to control the access to restricted areas? SSP Section 11

Are procedures in place to control the handling of cargo? SSP Section 12

Are procedures in place to control the delivery of ship's stores? SSP Section 13

Are procedures in place regarding the handling of unaccompanied baggage? SSP Section 14

Are procedures in place ensuring the monitoring of the security of the ship? SSP Section 15

Are procedures in place regarding the handling of differing Security Levels? SSP Section 18

9.0 RECORDS

Is the records shall be protected from unauthorized access ?

10.0 COMPANY SECURITY OFFICER

Is a Company Security Officer for this ship appointed/ declared?

Are the tasks of the company security officer defined?

11.0 SHIP SECURITY OFFICER

Is a Ship Security Officer appointed?

Are the tasks of the Ship Security Officer defined?

Is the Ship Security Officer fully understand with the Ship Security Plan?

12.0 TRAINING, DRILLS AND EXERCISES ON SHIP SECURITY

Is personnel with specific security duties adequately trained?

Has personnel participated in Security Awareness Trainings?

Are Security Drills carried out regularly?

Are security exercises (with the company) carried out regularly?

13.0 VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION FOR SHIPS

Valid International Ship Security Certificate available?

Are the results of external Audits satisfactory?

14.0 SOLAS REQUIREMENTS

Is the Automatic Identification System (AIS) working ?

Is the ship identification number (IMO Number) installed as per rules ?

Is the Continuous Synopsis Record complete ?

Is the ship security alert system tested according to the rules ?

15.0 ASSESSMENT REVIEW

Has a Ship Security Assessment been carried out since last Audit?

Are records of the last SSA available?

Are comments/ action on the last SSA-review from CSO available?

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