The SPS guidelines indicate the minimal security demands for cargo transports by ship. The guidelines focus on the detection of security threats and distributing responsibilities among governments, harbours and the shipping industry on a domestic and international level. Part of that is sharing relevant information which is used to draft procedures that activate when the security level changes.
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How the ISPS guidelines protect your company
Security risks like theft and terrorism prevent ships form transporting cargo efficiently. But how do the ISPS guidelines reduce the risk? Ships mostly travel international waters and that requires cooperation between shipping companies, governments and harbours.
Strength through cooperation
Cooperation between so many international entities requires a unified approach to prevent attacks and theft. For instance, the government is tasked with making an inventory of the risks so ship owners and harbour facilities can respond adequately to potential threats. And this is what ISPS is all about, a standardized security concept that can be applied anywhere in the world.
Value-added services by Verbaten Security Consultancy
So, what is the added value of Verbaten Security Consultancy in all this? For successfully protecting the shipping industry, harbours and ships need to comply to specific requirements. Our security expert ensures that your company is up to the highest standards. With over 25 years of experience at countless clients, security specialist Pascal Verbaten knows exactly what your company needs in order to meet the ISPS guidelines. Call for a free consultation at 0031-6-13312308.
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