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Maritime Security Handbook : Implementing the New U.S. Initiatives and Regulations - Jonathan K. Waldron

Maritime Security Handbook

Implementing the New U.S. Initiatives and Regulations

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Published: 28th June 2005
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Maritime Security Handbook provides the regulated community with guidance for understanding and complying with the extensive new security requirements. This essential new reference contains legal analysis, written by Blank Rome LLP, of the new Coast Guard security regulations as well as the actual maritime security legislation enacted by Congress. Beginning July 1, 2004, vessel owners and operators must ensure their vessels are operating in compliance with these new vessel security requirements. The new regulations address such issues as port security assessments, port security plans, and other security standards, measures, and provisions. Mandated by the Maritime Transportation Security Act, these regulations include Implementation of National Maritime Security Initiatives, Area Maritime Security, Vessel Security, Facility Security, Outer Continental Shelf Facility Security, and Automatic Identification System (AIS). Maritime Security Handbook includes easy-to-read interpretation and analysis of these new requirements. Analysis of each requirement includes the purpose and applicability of the requirement, a dissection of the language, and recommended actions. Due to the size and complexity of the requirements, these compliance guidelines are thoroughly indexed and contain a detailed table of contents for ease of use and cross reference.

This book provides the regulated maritime community with guidance for understanding and complying with the extensive new U.S. security requirements, and includes easy-to-read interpretation and analysis, providing the insight needed to understand each requirement and meet compliance standards.--Transportation Research Board Information Services, September 2009

Introductionp. 1
Overview of the MTSA and the CGMTAp. 2
Key definitionsp. 2
Facility and vessel vulnerability assessmentsp. 3
Security plansp. 4
Maritime worker/vessel identification documents and proceduresp. 8
Safety and security teamsp. 13
Grantsp. 14
Foreign portsp. 17
Secure systems of transportation and performance standardsp. 21
Other key sections of title I relating to port securityp. 24
International security requirements and the MTSAp. 29
Analysis of the regulations implementing the MTSAp. 32
General provisions (33 C.F.R. part 101)p. 33
Area maritime security (33 C.F.R. pt. 103)p. 38
Analysis of vessel security requirementsp. 41
Analysis of notice of arrival ("NOA") requirementsp. 50
Analysis of automatic identification system requirementsp. 52
Analysis of facility security requirementsp. 54
Analysis of OCS facility security requirementsp. 63
SSIp. 71
The CGMTAp. 79
The national response planp. 81
Future security initiativesp. 82
Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002
Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2004
Coast Guard and regulations at 33 C.F.R., Chapter I, subchapter H
Automatic identification system ("AIS") rulemaking
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ISBN: 9780865879713
ISBN-10: 0865879710
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 401
Published: 28th June 2005
Publisher: GOVERNMENT INST PR
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 27.74 x 21.44  x 2.03
Weight (kg): 0.92