Circulars issued by Flag States

Antigua and Barbuda

Bahamas

Bahamas/The Bahamas Maritime Authority

Technical Alert

14-08 List of Companies and Training Providers approved by The Bahamas Maritime Authority to conduct training and/or instruction
14-06 United States Coast Guard Port Security Advisory 2-14

Information Bulletins

B151 Safety Familiarization and Basic Training Instruction and Certification
B149 BMA Technical Alerts
B130 (Rev.01) TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
B129 STCW 2010 AMENDMENTS
B128 (Rev.03) GUIDANCE TO SHIPOWNERS ON CARRIAGE OF ARMED PERSONNEL FOR VESSEL PROTECTION
B122 (Rev.01) PRACTICE, POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR LAY UP OF A BAHAMAS REGISTERED VESSEL
B121 (Rev.03) COUNTRIES RECOGNISED BY THE BAHAMAS IN ACCORDANCE WITH STCW REGULATION I/10
B119 (Rev.06) Piracy & Armed Robbery Against Ships
B118 (Rev.03) CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY FOR SHIP SECURITY OFFICERS
B111 (Rev.05) Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT)
B109 (Rev.02) IMO UNIQUE COMPANY AND REGISTERED OWNER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER SCHEME
B86 (Rev.03) APPROVAL OF STCW TRAINING
B70 (Rev.05) SOLAS CHAPTER XI-2 AND THE INTERNATIONAL CODE FOR THE SECURITY OF SHIPS AND PORT FACILITIES (ISPS Code)
B57 (Rev.05) Continuous Synopsis Record
B08 (Rev.04) APPLICATIONS FOR EXEMPTIONS, EXTENSIONS, AND/OR EQUIVALENCE TO INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION REQUIREMENTS
B04 (Rev.09) Incident Reporting Procedures
B03 (Rev.05) AUTHORISED CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES - RECOGNISED ORGANISATIONS & RECOGNISED SECURITY ORGANISATIONS
ISPS/rso/deh IMPLEMENTATION OF SOLAS1974, AS AMENDED, CHAPTER XI-2 AND INTERNATIONAL SHIP AND PORT FACILITY SECURITY (ISPS) CODE

Barbados

Belgium

Belize

Bermuda

Cayman Islands

Commonwealth of Dominica

Cook Islands

Curacao

CyprusUPDATE!

Republic of Cyprus/Department of Merchant Shipping

Circular

No.17/2016 VESSELS CALLING AT YEMENI PORTSNEW
No.24/2015 Maritime Security – Consolidated Instructions
No.06/2015 The Protection of Cyprus Ships Against Acts of Piracy and Other Unlawful Acts Law of 2012

No.39/2014

International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, STCW 78, as Amended- Issue of Seafarer’s Endorsements Attesting the Recognition of Non Cyprus Certificate
No13/2014 All vessel movements Registration with MSCHOA
No09/2014 International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, STCW 78, as amended- Security Awareness Training or Security training for Seafarers with Designated Security Duties
No30/2013 International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers, STCW 78, as amended - Security Awareness Training or Security training for Seafarers with Designated Security Duties

No.69/2012

(1) The Protection of Cyprus Ships Against Acts of Piracy and Other Unlawful Acts Law of 2012
(2) The Protection of Cyprus Ships Against Acts of Piracy (Determination of Fees) Notification of 2012
No.61/2012 The Protection of Cyprus Ships Against Acts of Piracy and Other Unlawful Acts Law of 2012 - Fees
No.27/2012

THE PROTECTION OF CYPRUS SHIPS AGAINST ACTS OF PIRACY AND OTHER UNLAWFUL ACTS LAW OF 2012 (Law 77(I) of 2012)

Supplementary Information

No.14/2011 Directory of Services and Contact Persons of the Department of Merchant Shipping
No.30/2009 Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR) for Cyprus flag vessels
No.20/2009 Piracy off the coast of Somalia and East Africa- New York Declaration
No.05/2009 Implementation of IMO Unique Company and Registered Owner Identification Number Scheme (resolution MSC.160 (78)) and CSR documents
No.04/2009 Revised Maritime Security Instructions on Piracy and Response to SSAS
No.11/2008 Implementation of IMO Unique Company and Registered Owner Identification Number Scheme (resolution MSC.160 (78))
No.19/2007 International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers, STCW 78, as amended- Amendments ''Ship Security Officer Training and Certification''
No.17/2003 Implementation of Chapter X1-2 of Solas 74 as amended and the ISPS Code - Training of Ships Security Officers and alternate ship security officers.
No.14/2003 Special Measures to Enhance Maritime Security

Denmark

Georgia

Gibraltar

Hong Kong

Hong Kong/Maritime Department

Marine Department Notice

No.91 Access to Ships and Port Facilities
No.89 Port Operation Procedures for the Implementation of the ISPS Code
No.76 Publication of Maritime Security Levels

Shipping Information Notice
44/2014 Registration with the MSCHOA and Report to UKMTO
20/2014 Implementation and Clarification of Security-Related Training
Annex 1 /2
50/2012 Security-related Trainings for Seafarers
Annex 1
3/2012 Certificates of Proficiency as Ship Security Officer
15/2009 Prevention and Suppression of Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships
Annex 1 / 2
15/2008 Implementation of IMO Unique Company and Registered Owner Identification Number Scheme
Annex 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
44/2006 Guidance on the Provisions of Information for Identifying Ships when Transmitting Ship Security Alerts
Annex 1
29/2006 Guidance on Voluntary Self-Assessment by Administrations and for Ship Security
Annex 1
22/2005 Guidance on the Access of Public Authorities, Emergency Response Services and Pilots on Board Ships to which SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code Apply
Annex 1
3/2005 Guidelines relating to the Implementation of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and ISPS Code
Annex 1
27/2003 Guidance relating to the Implementation of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code
Annex 1

Security and Quality Advisory
No.34 Extension of Interim International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC) and Safety Management Certificate (SMC)
No.31 ISPS Drill and Ship-Shore Exercise
No.30 New Arrangement on Access of IMO Information
No.27 Revised Interim Guidance to Shipowners, Ship Operators and Shipmasters
on the use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel (PCASP) on board Ships in the High Risk Area

Annex 1
No.22 NEW Movement Report for Ship on Entering and Leaving the Gulf of Aden and the Somali Waters
No.14 Placing Security Personnel on Board HK Registered Ships
No.11 Smuggling/Stowaway activities using ship’s rudder trunk
No.7 Advisory to Shipping on improving Security Measures while transiting the Malacca Strait
No.6 Deter Piracy in the Gulf of Aden and Off the Coast of Somalia -Effective means to report

Security Related Information

SRI Pre-arrival Security Information
SRI Declaration of Security
SRI Security Advice to Hong Kong Registered Ships
SRI Authorization of Recognized Security Organizations to issue International Ship Security Certificates

Ireland

Isle of Man

Jordan

Kiribati

Liberia

Liberia/LISCR

Marine Security Advisory

05/2015

REVISED HIGH RISK AREA - VESSELS TRANSITING THE RED SEA, GULF OF ADEN, WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN, ARABIAN SEA and GULF OF OMAN

04/2014

Enhanced security measures for vessels transiting the Singapore Straits, Malacca Straits, the waters off Mangkai & the Anambas islands in the South China Sea and operating in the coastal waters of Malaysia and Indonesia.
04/2012 Pirates Increase Targeting of Vulnerable Ships
03/2011 Interim IMO Guidance on the use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel on Board Ships in the High Risk Area
02/2010 SHIP SECURITY REPORTING SYSTEM (SSRS)
03/2009 Requirements for Personnel Identification, Access and Escorts in US Ports
02/2009

New UKMTO Transit Corridor through the Gulf of Aden

04/2007 ISPS ANNUAL SECURITY EXERCISE

Marine Notice
ADM-008 Rev.06/12 IMO Unique Company and Registered Owner Identification Number Scheme

ADM-004 06/12

List of Officer and Service Locations
REP-004 Rev.06/12 Reporting Incidents of Armed Attacks, Piracy and Robbery
RLM-118 06/12 Requirements for Merchant Marine Personnel Certificate
ISM-003 Rev.06/12 Harmonized International Safety Management (ISM) and International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Audits
ISP-004 11/13 Stowaways
ISP-002 Rev.06/12 Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR).
ISP-001 06/12 International Ship & Port Facility Security Code (ISPS code)
SEA-005 Rev.12/08 Amendments to the STCW, 1978, as amended, regarding the training and
certification of ship security officers (SSO)

Marine Operation Notices

1/2013

Security Related Training for Seafarers

7/2006

A. Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) Testing Procedure
B. SSAS Endorsement of ISSC

5/2006

GUIDELINES FOR FOLLOW UP PROCEDURE ON NON CONFORMITIES RAISED BY LIBERIAN AUDITORS

4/2006

International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC) Intermediate Verification

2/2006

Guidelines for Security Exercises and Drills

8/2005

Guidance on Access to Ships under the ISPS Code

6/2004

Communication and the ISPS Code

4/2004

Documentation of ISPS Code, part B Compliance

3/2004

The USCG and enforcement of the ISPS Code

6/2003

Continuous Synopsis Record

Luxembourg

Malaysia

Malta

Marshall IslandsUPDATE!

Mauritius

Myanmar

Netherlands

Netherlands Shipping Inspectorate/NSI English / Dutch

Version 3.1 Consolidated interpretations
Version 3 Change to Ship Security Plans

Norway

PalauUPDATE!

Panama

Panama/SEGUMAR

Circular

(issued by General Director of Seafarers)

DGMM-028-2014 UCYC

EMERGENCY, SAFETY & SECURITY TRAINING

MERCHANT MARINE CIRCULAR

No. 327 Security Measures sailing in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG)NEW
No. 326 OVERDUE ISPS VERIFICATIONS
No. 321 CONTINUOUS SYNOPSIS RECORD (CSR) ON BOARD
No. 310 Segumar Istanbul
No. 306 Recognition of the security personnel listed by a Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSC)
No. 305 Rates to the Recognized Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSC)
No. 295 Amendments to the Circular DGGM-UCYC-014-2014 (Endorsements and Panamanian Certificates)
No. 291 SEGUMAR Korea – Busan Office
No. 286 IMB PIRACY REPORTING CENTRE (IMB PRC)
No. 252 Stowaways Prevention of Access
No. 249 Compliance with Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) regulations
No. 245 Authorized Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSC) transiting High Risk Areas
No. 243 Authorization for Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSC)
No. 242 International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC) and Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR) through Segumar Offices
No. 240 Application Forms for the Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR)
No. 239 Segumar Korea and Singapore Offices
No. 238 Ship Protection Measures for Vessels transiting High Risk Areas.
No. 234 Interim Recommendations for Panamanian Flagged vessels using PCASP while arriving, staying and departing from International Ports
No. 231 Piracy Reports
No. 230 High Risk Areas
No. 228 Requirements regarding the use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel on board Panamanian Flagged Vessels.
No. 212 Segumar Piraeus Office
No. 211 Segumar Tokyo Office
No. 208 Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC) and Compliance with the Best Management Practices (BMP).
No. 207 Procedures for ISSC Extensions and Additional Verifications
No. 206 Recognition of Company Security Officers (CSO)
No. 205 Procedures for the issuance of the International Ship Security Certificate ISSC
No. 199 SEGUMAR E-mail Accounts
No. 196 STCW Required Training and Certification for Ship Security Officers (SSOs)
No. 183 Procedures for the issuance of the Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR)
No. 176 ISM additional verifications and Declarations endorsement (ISM Code)
No. 151 Implementation of IMO Unique Company and Registered Owner Identification Number Scheme
No. 145 ISPS Code Intermediate verification
No. 134 Validity of Course Certificates and Course Endorsements
No. 133 Ship Security Alert System (SSAS)
No. 131 Authorized Recognized Security Organizations (RSO)
No. 128 Security Levels and Declaration of Security (DoS)
No. 126 Ship Security Officers
No. 125 SHIP SECURITY PLAN (SSP)
No. 124 SHIP SECURITY ASSESSMENT (SSA)
No. 123 International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code)

Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT

Circulars

NO. 2013-11 1. ADOPTION OF THE NEW COMPETENCIES AND KNOWLEDGE, UNDERSTANDING AND PROFICIENCY (KUP) FOR SHIP SECURITY OFFICER AS REQUIRED BY THE 2010 MANILA AMENDMENTS;

2. ADOPTION OF THE COURSE FOR SHIP SECURITY AWARENESS AND SEAFARERS WITH DESIGNATED SECURITY DUTIES AS REQUIRED BY THE 2010 STCW MANILA AMENDMENTS; AND,

3. ADOPTION OF REFRESHER AND UPDATING OF BASIC SAFETY UNDER THE 2010 MANILA AMENDMENTS.

Advisory

NO. 2014-05 MANDATORY MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR SECURITY-RELATED TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION FOR ALL SEAFARERS, UNDER REGULATION VI/5 AND VI/6 OF THE STCW 1978, AS AMENDEDx
NO. 2013-25 EXTENSION OF THE DEADLINE FOR OBTAINING THE NECESSARY SECURITY RELATED TRAININGS AND CERTIFlCATES REQUIRED UNDER REGULATION VI/6 OF THE STCW CONVENTION 1978, AS AMENDED
NO. 2012-23 INTERIM GUIDANCE TO PRIVATE MARITIME SECURITY COMPANIES PROVIDING PRIVATELY-CONTRACTED ARMED SECURITY PERSONNEL ONBOARD SHIPS IN THE HIGH RISK AREA
NO. 2012-06 EMPLOYMENT OF PRIVATELY CONTRACTED ARMED SECURITY PERSONNEL ONBOARD PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED SHIPS TRANSITING THE HIGH RISK AREA IN INTERNATIONAL WATERS
NO. 2009-07 MEASURES TO PREVENT AND SUPPRESS THE ACTS OF PIRACY AND ARMED ROBBERY AGAINST SHIPS OFF THE COAST OF SOMALIA
NO. 194 RULES ON THE PROVISION/INSTALLATION OF SHIP SECURITY EQUIPMENT
NO. 193 RULES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MARITIME SECURITY MEASURES FOR PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED SHIPS ENGAGED IN INTERNATIONAL VOYAGES
NO. 59 CONTINUES SYNOPSIS RECORD ONBOARD PHILIPPINES SHIPS ENGAGED IN THE INTERNATIONAL VOYAGES

Singapore

Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore/MPA

Shipping Circulars
NO.28 OF 2015 PIRACY AND ARMED ROBBERY AGAINST SHIPS AND AMENDMENT TO BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (VERSION 4) TO DETER PIRACY IN THE HIGH RISK AREA
Annex A / B / C / D / E
NO.15 OF 2015 FOR TESTING OF THE SHIP SECURITY ALERT SYSTEMS (SSAS) ON SINGAPORE-REGISTERED SHIPS
Annex A / B
No.06 of 2014

CLARIFICATIONS OF THE SECURITY RELATED TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION FOR SEAFARERS REQUIRED UNDER THE 2010 MANILA AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF TRAINING, CERTIFICATION AND WATCHKEEPING FOR SEAFARERS (STCW CONVENTION).
Annex A / B

No.16 of 2013

SECURITY RELATED TRAINING FOR SEAFARERS UNDER THE 2010 MANILA AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF TRAINING, CERTIFICATION AND WATCHKEEPING FOR SEAFARERS (STCW CONVENTION)
Annex A / B

No.15 of 2012

Guidance on the use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel on board Singapore-Registered Ships in the High Risk Area
Annex A

No.14 of 2012

GUIDANCE FOR COMPANY SECURITY OFFICERS – PREPARATION OF A COMPANY AND CREW FOR THE CONTINGENCY OF HIJACK BY PIRATES IN THE WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN AND THE GULF OF ADEN
Annex A / B / C

No.13 of 2012

REMINDER TO ADOPT BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (VERSION 4) TO DETER PIRACY IN THE HIGH RISK AREA
Annex A

No.18 of 2011

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MANILA AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF TRAINING, CERTIFICATION AND WATCHKEEPING FOR SEAFARERS, 1978 (STCW CONVENTION)

No.11 of 2008 IMO UNIQUE COMPANY AND REGISTERED OWNER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER SCHEME. AMENDMENTS TO THE FORMAT AND GUIDELINES FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE CONTINUOUS SYNOPSIS RECORD (CSR) (RESOLUTION A.959(23))
No.09 of 2008 IMO UNIQUE COMPANY AND REGISTERED OWNER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER SCHEME
No.18 of 2007 TRAINING OF COMPANY SECURITY OFFICER (CSO)
No.08 of 2007 INTERIM GUIDANCE ON VOLUNTARY SELF-ASSESSMENT BY COMPANIES AND COMPANY SECURITY OFFICERS (CSOs) FOR
No.20 of 2006

GUIDANCE ON VOLUNTARY SELF-ASSESSMENT BY ADMINISTRATIONS AND FOR SHIP SECURITY - MSC.1/CIRC. 1193
Annex A

No.25 of 2005 Guidance on the Access of Public Authorities, Emergency Response Services and Pilots on Board Ships to which SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code Apply – MSC/CIRC.1156
No.05 of 2005

1) GUIDANCE TO MASTERS, COMPANIES AND DULY AUTHORISED OFFICERS ON THE REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO THE SUBMISSION OF SECURITY-RELATED INFORMATION PRIOR TO THE ENTRY OF A SHIP INTO PORT - MSC/CIRC.1130
2) GUIDANCE RELATING TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SOLAS CHAPTER XI-2 AND THE ISPS CODE - MSC/CIRC.1132

Annex A / B

No.24 of 2004

REPORTING ON ANY CHANGES IN THE REGISTERED PARTICULARS OF A SINGAPORE SHIP

No.18 of 2004 MARITIME SECURITY:
1) SHORE LEAVE AND ACCESS TO SHIPS UNDER THE ISPS CODE
2) GUIDANCE TO PORT STATE CONTROL OFFICERS ON THE NON-SECURITY RELATED ELEMENTS OF THE 2002 SOLAS AMENDMENTS
No.17 of 2004 Maritime Security: Guidance Relating to the Implementation of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code
No.11 of 2004 Legislation to give effect to the Special Measures to Enhance Maritime Security and Issues relating thereto
No.03 of 2004 EARLY COMPLIANCE OF THE SPECIAL MEASURES TO ENHANCE MARITIME SECURITY

No.23 of 2003

REVISED PERFORMANCE STANDARDS AND GUIDANCE ON PROVISION OF SHIP SECURITY ALERT SYSTEMS
No.22 of 2003 COMPANY SECURITY OFFICER, SHIP SECURITY OFFICER AND INTERNATIONAL SHIP SECURITY CERTIFICATE
No.21 of 2003 MARKING OF SHIP'S IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (IMO)
No.20 of 2003 PROVISIONAL AUTHORISATION OF RECOGNISED SECURITY ORGANISATIONS (RSO)
No.17 of 2003 RECOGNISED SECURITY ORGANISATIONS (RSO) (CHAPTER XI-2(SPECIAL MEASURES TO ENHANCE MARITIME SECURITY))
No.16 of 2003 GUIDANCE IN DETECTING AND PREVENTING UNLAWFUL PRACTICES
No.10 of 2003 MARITME SECURITY TRAINING FOR COMPANY SECURITY OFFICERS AND SHIP SECURITY OFFICERS
No.09 of 2003 APPOINTMENT OF RECOGNISED SECURITY ORGANISATIONS (RSOs)
No.08 of 2003 EARLY IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SPECIAL MEASURES TO ENHANCE MARITIME SECURITY
No.03 of 2003 MARITIME SECURITY - AMENDMENTS TO SOLAS 74 ADOPTED BY THE IMO DIPLOMATIC CONFERENCE ON MARITIME SECURITY HELD IN LONDON IN DECEMBER 2002

South Africa

St. Kitts & Nevis

St.Vincent and the Grenadines

St. Vincent & the Grenadines Maritime Administration

ISPS

021 IMO INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR OWNERS, OPERATORS AND MASTERS FOR PROTECTION AGAINST PIRACY IN THE GULF OF GUINEA REGION
020 CHANGE OF COMPANY’S NAME AND/OR ADDRESS
019 SHIP SECURITY REPORTING SYSTEM (SSRS)
018 PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED UPON RECEIPT OF SSAS MESSAGE

016 Rev.1

IMO RESOLUTION A. 1027(26) AND FAL.11 (37) GUIDELINES ON THE ALLOCATION OF RESPONSIBILITIES TO SEEK THE SUCCESSFUL RESOLUTION OF STOWAWAY CASES
015 PROTECTION OF THE JAPAN SELF-DEFENCE FORCE (JSDF) FOR PASSAGE THROUGH THE GULF OF ADEN AND OFF THE COAST OF SOMALIA
014 REVISED GUIDANCE TO MASTERS, COMPANIES AND DULY AUTHORIZED OFFICERS ON THE REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO THE SUBMISSION OF SECURITY-RELATED INFORMATION PRIOR TO THE ENTRY OF A SHIP INTO PORT

013 Rev.1

GUIDANCE FOR TESTING OF SHIP SECURITY ALERT SYSTEM AND ACTIONS IN CASE OF FALSE ALARM

012 Rev.3

PIRACY IN THE GULF OF ADEN AND OFF THE COAST OF SOMALIA

011 Rev.1

Change of Flag and ISM and ISPS Codes Certification
010 New Counter-Piracy Web Service
009 PIRACY AND ARMED ROBBERY AGAINST SHIPS
008 Incidents of Piracy and Armed Attacks . Reporting to the Administration

007 Rev.1

Company Id Number

006 Rev.1

TRANSFER OF ISM AND ISPS CODES CERTIFICATION
005 COMPLIANCE OF CERTAIN CARGO SHIPS WITH SPECIAL MEASURES TO ENHANCE MARITIME SECURITY
003 Rev.1 SHIP SECURITY ALERT SYSTEM Contract with Providers
002 GUIDANCE TO MASTERS, COMPANIES AND DULY AUTHORIZED OFFICERS ON THE REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO THE SUBMISSION OF SECURITYRELATED INFORMATION PRIOR TO THE ENTRY OF A SHIP INTO PORT

ISM

ISM 010

CHANGE OF COMPANY’S NAME AND/OR ADDRESS

STCW

STCW 005

SECURITY RELATED TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION FOR SEAFARERS (STCW REGULATION VI/6)
STCW 004 GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 2010 AMENDMENTS (MANILA AMENDMENTS) OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF TRAINING CERTIFICATION AND WATCHKEEPING FOR SEAFARERS
STCW 002 Rev.1 CERTIFICATION OF SHIP SECURITY OFFICERS AFTER 1ST JANUARY 2008

Anti-piracy

APIR 006 Rev.1

GUIDANCE TO SHIP OWNERS ON CARRIAGE OF ARMED PERSONNEL FOR SHIP PROTECTION

APIR 004 Rev.5

PIRACY IN THE GULF OF ADEN AND OFF THE COAST OF SOMALIA

APIR 003

New Counter-Piracy Web Service

APIR 001

Incidents of Piracy and Armed Attacks – Reporting to the Administration

Tuvalu

United Kingdom

Vanuatu