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Touristic Port Security

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  • 1. Touristic Port Security Riccardo Baldassarri RINA Security Manager CP Expo 2013, October 29th 2013 - Genova
  • 2. Security Management Services and References RINA is a member of: ISO International Standardization Organization T/C8 Working group supply chain security (ISO 28000 standard) CISM – Italian Committee for Maritime Security UNI – Italian Standardization Body Technical Committee on Societal RINA Maritime Security background Security. RINA is a Recognized Security Organization for many Flag Administrations RINA is a recognized training center for Maritime Security training and certification of Ship, Company and Port Facility Security Officer for Italy and many flag administrations.
  • 3. Maritime Security Services Maritime Security Management Services: Ports and Terminal Ship and Shipping Companies Pleasure Port Piracy. RINA Maritime Security background Ports: Security Assessment and Plans. Terminal and Touristic Ports: Port Facility Security Assessment Port Facility Security Plan Drills Training.
  • 4. Ports and Port Facilities Definitions Port is any specified area of land and water containing works and equipment designed to facilitate commercial maritime transport operations, having within its boundaries one or more port facilities, for which a security plan has been developed in compliance with the ISPS Code, providing services to ships as defined by Regulation 2 of Chapter XIRINA Maritime Security background 2 of the SOLAS Convention. Port Facility means a location, decided by the Contracting Government or by the Designated Authority, where the ship/port interface takes place; this includes areas such as anchorages, waiting berths and approaches from seaward, as appropriate. In these locations the ISPS Code is mandatory.
  • 5. What is a Touristic Port? A Touristic Port is a specified area of land and water containing works and equipment designed to facilitate the recovery of pleasure vessels and nautical tourists living on board, including berthing of large yachts, both for private and commercial use, and tender services for cruise ships. For the particular scope of service, normally it is located close to a touristic area.
  • 6. Commercial Port Security Layout COURTESY OF GENOVA PORT AUTHORITY
  • 7. Commercial Port Security Layout COURTESY OF GENOVA PORT AUTHORITY 7
  • 8. Port Boundaries DIRECTIVE 2005/65/EC (Port Security)
  • 9. Touristic Port Layout with ISPS CODE AREA COURTESY OF MARINA DI PORTO CERVO
  • 10. Cruise Ship at anchor near a famous site PORTOFINO 10
  • 11. Cruise Ship tender service and facility 11
  • 12. Why ISPS Code in Touristic Ports? This is a sample of data relevant to the business of cruise ships and Mega Yacht traffic where maritime security is mandatory for a Touristic Port (ref. data for 2011 and 2012): No. of Cruise ships at anchor: 194 Isps Mega Yachts interface: 145 Passengers in transit: 67,000.
  • 13. Why ISPS Code in Touristic Ports? Consequently, for Touristic Port Managers the only way to maintain this business opportunity was: to comply with ISPS Code requirements during Cruise Ship and Mega Yacht interface.
  • 14. RINA Methodology Review 1. Asset characterization 2. Threat Assessment 3. Vulnerability Analysis 4. Risk Assessment 5. Security Program 1. Identify critical assets Evaluate existing measures Evaluate severity of impacts 2. Characterize adversaries in relation to target attractiveness 3. Identify scenarios Evaluate consequences Evaluate effectiveness Evaluate vulnerability 4. Evaluate risk 5. Identify measures Prioritize actions.
  • 15. RINA Methodology COURTESY OF MARINA DI PORTO CERVO
  • 16. Asset Protection Standards Use of mobile fencing during interfaces Use of video analytics/intelligent video motion detection Monitoring by security guards of access control and restricted area CCTV covering total area with sensor devices, enhanced lighting, access points guarded Guard patrolling Full vehicle search Access of selected visitors only Central Security Monitoring Center; etc.
  • 17. CCTV Security Monitoring System COURTESY OF MARINA DI PORTO CERVO
  • 18. Security Layout COURTESY OF MARINA DI PORTO CERVO
  • 19. Cruise Ship Tenders ISPS Interface Restricted Area ISPS CODE RESTRICTED AREA COURTESY OF MARINA DI PORTOFINO
  • 20. Example of Restricted Area for Mega Yacht/ Touristic Port ISPS Interface COURTESY OF VENICE YACHT PIER
  • 21. Example of Restricted Area for Mega Yacht/ Touristic Port ISPS Interface COURTESY OF VENICE YACHT PIER
  • 22. ISPS Ship/ Touristic Port Interface Restricted Area Layout COURTESY OF MARINA DI OLBIA
  • 23. RINA Security Program Security Administration & Organization Personnel training Drills & exercises Records & documentation Response to change in security level Communications & Information System Technical Security System & Equipment Maintenance Access Procedures & Restricted areas Security monitoring procedures Security Incident procedures & investigation Emergency Procedures Search Procedures Personnel Protection Security Reporting & Performance Indicators.
  • 24. ISPS THREAT LEVEL and Touristic Ports MARSEC LEVEL 3 MARSEC LEVEL 2 MARSEC LEVEL 1 CONFIRMATION THREAT LEVEL CHANGE COMMUNICATION DEACTIVATION ISPS CODE LEVELS NOTIFICATION ACTIVATION Designated Authority TOURISTIC PORT PFSO CORPORATE SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: CORPORATE THREAT LEVELS Severe High Medium Low MARSEC Level 1: Minimum appropriate measures shall be maintained at all times (may correspond to Low or Medium). MARSEC Level 2: Appropriate additional protective measures shall be maintained for a period of time as a result of heightened risk of a transportation security incident. (corresponds to Threat Level High). MARSEC Level 3: Further specific protective security measures shall be maintained for a limited period of time when an incident is probable, imminent, or has occurred. (corresponds to Threat Level Severe). Company Threat Level may change when MARSEC Level changes, depending on Company risk assessment, with adoption of temporary security measures.
  • 25. Thank you for your attention

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