problem 1: The development of International Safety Management (ISM) code was brought about because of perceived problems in the practice of ship management. List and describe five main managerial problems influencing ship management.
problem 2: A basic part of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code is the development of management systems.
a) Describe the main aim of the ISM code in terms of management systems.
b) Describe two key elements to make sure compliance with the ISM Code.
problem 3: The ISM code needs carrying out periodical internal or external audits.
a) List three kinds of audits, describe the purpose of each and point out who can carry them out.
b) What is the validity of the Safety Management Certificate (SMC) and what kind of audits require to be carried out and when?
problem 4: Section 8 of the ISM Code deals with the emergency preparedness. List out and discuss three items under this regulation that companies are needed to implement as part of their emergency preparedness response.
problem 5: The International Port Facility and Security Code is part of the SOLAS Convention. Describe the given:
a) Describe the aim of the ISPS Code.
b) Describe the objectives of the Code (list 4).
c) List five requirements for ships under the ISPS Code.
d) Describe the security levels defined under the Code.
problem 6: List ten duties and responsibilities of the ship security officer.
problem 7: A port facility security assessment is needed under the ISPS code.
a) List five elements that should be addressed in a port facility security assessment.
b) Who can conduct a Port Facility Security Assessment?
c) Who can give approval for the Port Facility Security Assessment?
problem 8: Part A of the ISPS code establishes requirements for plans and personnel that vessels and port facilities are needed to comply with. List the given:
a) Four requirements that shipping companies and vessels are needed to comply with in terms of personnel and security plans.
b) Three requirements that port facilities are needed to comply with in terms of personnel and security plans.
c) Three activities that ships and port facilities should comply with.