New Security Regs Will Challenge

Thursday, July 24, 2003

By Charley Havnen

(Photo Credit: U.S. Coast Guard) On July 1, 2003 the Coast Guard published in the Federal Register the long anticipated regulations concerning maritime port and vessel security. This is a major rulemaking printed in seven separate individual rulemakings. These rulemakings concern compliance with provisions of the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA) and implementation of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO's) International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code. The regulations incorporate the ISPS Code into the domestic maritime trade.

For more, see full published article in the August 11, 2003 edition of MarineNews. If you don't subscribe, but would like to receive a copy, contact Dale Barnett at barnett@marinelink.com

For information on attending one of 5 educational seminars hosted by The Havnen Group which discusses, in bottom line terms, the ramifications of new Safety Regulation Compliance, visit www.fleetsecurity.com.

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