Project Title

International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code Implementation Assistance Program (ICIAP)  

Project Year

2014   

Project Number

TPT 01 2014A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

TPT 01 2014A 

Project Title

International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code Implementation Assistance Program (ICIAP)  

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Human Security 

Project Year

2014 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

72,600 

Co-funding Amount

104,000 

Total Project Value

176,600 

Sponsoring Forum

Transportation Working Group (TPTWG) 

Topics

Transportation 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

United States 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Canada; New Zealand; Peru; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/07/2014 

Expected Completion Date

30/04/2015 

Project Proponent Name 1

Thomas Kalisz 

Job Title 1

Project Overseer 

Organization 1

United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security 

Postal Address 1

2703 Martin Luther King Jr Ave, SE, Washington, DC 20593, USA 

Telephone 1

1-202 3721152 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

thomas.w.kalisz@uscg.mil 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Thomas Kalisz 

Project Summary

This project request will further advance the ongoing activities of MEG-SEC’s International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code Implementation Assistance Program (ICIAP) which aims to assist APEC Economies develop the capacity required to effectively implement the ISPS Code by imparting a transfer of knowledge, lessons learned, and best practices related to the implementation of the ISPS Code by subject matter experts located within APEC Economies.

The Self Assessment Trainer Workshop (SATW) and Advanced Drill and Exercise (ADEW) workshops have been demonstrated to improve the capacity of APEC Economies in implementing the ISPS Code utilizing specific project outputs and methodology tailored specifically to APEC Economies with a focus on developing Economies by targeting government and port managers who are in a position to directly implement the results of the ADEW and SATW Workshops.

Funding will support delivery of two additional SATW and four ADEW workshops.

The majority of TPT-WG Economies have enthusiastically requested participation in one or both of these workshops.  At the conclusion of this project over 85 percent of APEC Economies will have hosted a SATW workshop.

Relevance

Funding approved will support the ongoing activities of the Maritime Security Sub-Group’s International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code Implementation Assistance Program (ICIAP).  The ICIAP aims to assist APEC Economies develop the capacity required to effectively implement the ISPS Code.  The program scope encompasses a transfer of knowledge, lessons learned and best practices related to the implementation of the ISPS Code by subject matter experts located in APEC Economies.

Funding will allow for deployment of the Self Assessment Trainer Workshop (SATW) and the Advanced Drill and Exercise Workshop (ADEW) curriculum (development of the ADEW curriculum self-funded by the government of Canada) supported by a March 2013 IMO funded Beta Test in Singapore.  Both the SATW and the ADEW have meet with enthusiastic support of the Member Economies.

Each workshop specifically seeks to improve the capacity of APEC Economies in implementing the ISPS Code as detailed in the key objectives utilizing specific project outputs and methodology tailored specifically to APEC Economies with a focus on developing Economies.  Workshops target government and port managers who are in a position to directly implement the results of the SATW and the ADEW Workshops.

Each workshop addresses the aim of the ICIAP in developing the capacity required to effectively implement the ISPS Code with a specific focus towards “mentoring” developing Economies:

·  The ICIAP facilitates developed Economies “mentoring” of developing Economies through each workshop’s core curriculum of good practices.

·  The ICIAP establishes methodologies which create a standardization modelling of core outputs for ISPS Code implementation.

.  The ICIAP standardization modelling is recognized and supported by the MEG-SEC Economy maritime port security experts and the International Maritime Organization.  This recognized modelling further advances the ability of developing Economies to advance ISPS Code implementation utilizing a recognized standard.

Objectives

Advanced Drill and Exercise Workshop (ADEW)

The key objective of the ADEW is to assist member Economies in developing comprehensive Drill and Exercise curriculum combined with functional exercise templates focused on conducting port security exercise scenarios to mitigate identified critical infrastructure risks within their ports.  The ADEW imparts both theoretical knowledge and practice necessary to develop a well honed and efficient response to an external threat to a port or port facilities ability to operate.  The ADEW also provides the Economy the ability to evaluate potential risk mitigation measures, determine which ones will reduce risk to an acceptable level by an Economy, and apply a level of mitigation response ensuring the uninterrupted flow of maritime commerce and continued functionality of port operations thereby reducing the economic impact and the amount of disruption to the port a crisis would cause.  The selected students include port security officials and managers and is intended to provide instruction in the development and execution of a Drill and Exercise Program allowing participants to become trainers in establishing the ADEW at a national level within their Economy.  Participants will receive the updated curriculum on Drills and Exercises recommended from TPT 05/2009A.

Self Assessment Trainer Workshop (SATW)

The key objective of the SATW is to strengthen the technical capability of port security officials and managers by delivering a range of comprehensive maritime self assessment practices combined with a scoring tool that would allow port security officials and managers the ability to standardize the process of self assessing port facility implementation of Port Facility Security Plans (PSFPs) to meet government requirements and satisfy compliance of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMOs), International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code.  

The ADEW and SATW workshops were developed to address recommendations from previous PSVP Economy visits to further improve ISPS Code implementation within APEC Economies with a specific focus on developing Economies.  Discussion at the most recent TPT-WG strongly endorsed offering these two programs as effective ICIAP capacity building resources demonstrated by successful results of pilot workshops self-funded by MEG-SEC member Economies.

Results to date from TPT 10/2012A reaffirm previous ICIAP capacity building resulting in a more robust ISPS Code Compliance and improved overall Maritime Security in both the host Economy and APEC region.

Alignment

The ICIAP was developed by MEG-SEC and directly responds to APEC’s stated goal of creating an environment for the secure and efficient movement of goods, services and people. It was officially launched at the 12th APEC Leaders’ Meeting in November 2004 in Santiago, Chile. To date, the ICIAP has received funding grants in excess of $1,600,000 from the United States Trade and Development Agency, the Government of Canada and APEC itself.

Under the rubric of the ICIAP, MEG-SEC has advanced a number of notable projects, including the Port Security Visit Program and critical ISPS Code implementation workshops on risk mitigation and port security self assessment training.  Both initiatives were noted in the Joint Transportation Ministerial Statement released at the conclusion of the 6th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting (Manila, the Philippines, 27-29 April, 2009).  Transportation Ministers expressed their strong support for the ICIAP, illustrating the success of the Program to date and its level of importance in the Asia-Pacific region.

This project is directly aligned with a number of other priorities detailed by APEC Leaders and Ministers including trade facilitation, information exchange among member Economies, and counter-terrorism.  These priorities are reflected in the following excerpts of the Joint Transportation Ministerial Statement 2009 and 2008 Leaders’ Declaration.

As a rule all ICIAP projects align with the following TPT Strategic and Work plans from TPT 38:

·   ICIAP projects adopt a strategic approach to capacity building tailored to accommodate the specific needs of each member Economy (TPT Work plan/Bogor Goal) by improving ISPS Code implementation of APEC Economies.

·   ICIAP projects facilitate and strengthen cooperation arrangements for sharing of good practices on the latest development in ports, airports, etc (TPT Work plan/Ministerial Statement 2009) by advancing current professional standards and methodologies on port security for ISPS Code implementation through successful ICIAP projects and workshops.

. ICIAP projects align and partner with recognized international organizations (International Maritime Organization/Organization of American States) to improve and strengthen the Maritime Transportation System both regionally and globally resulting in a more secure and robust maritime security regimen (TPT Work plan/Ministerial Joint Statement 2013).

TILF/ASF Justification

Advanced Drill and Exercise Workshop (ADEW)

TPT 05/2009A has demonstrated that the ADEW further advances the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation’s leadership on Maritime Security by assisting both developed and developing economies in implementing measures to conduct response exercises to mitigate the impact of organic and inorganic risk to an economies maritime port and port facilities.  Mitigated risk from an efficient and prompt response creates a safe environment for the safe and efficient movement of goods, services, and people across APEC economies.  

Self Assessment Trainer Workshop (SATW)

TPT 07/2010A has also demonstrated that the SATW enables both developed and developing economies the ability to gain a level of expertise in planning, scheduling, and conducting a self assessment for compliance with the ISPS Code.  Economies with this level of expertise are able to complete the the IMO Maritime Safety Committee’s Circular MSC 1192.1/Circ.1192, 30 May 2006, or commonly referred to as the ISPS Code self-assessment questionnaire. Improving ISPS Code implementation in the APEC region ensures the security of people and goods and improves the facilitation of commerce, particularly within developing Economies.  The four day SATW employs theoretical lessons, audit processes and techniques combined with a port facility visit to achieve its goals, by aachieving greater consistency in ISPS Code implementation practices and progress, achieving a systematic review of a participating economies ISPS Code implementation, allow an economy to implement standardized self assessment procedures for a uniform implementation of the ISPS Code, and promote a common understanding of maritime security issues as well as strengthen cooperative relationships.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs

Advanced Drill and Exercise Workshop (ADEW)

The four day ADEW workshop provides:

·  simplified planning processes for drills and exercises

·  Integration of current exercises which were too detached with only single threat scenarios into exercises with a more current and varied threat scenario to enhance realism

·  updated pre-planned drills & exercises to address port facilities security threats inclusion of various International Maritime Organization (IMO) Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) updates since the promulgation of the first edition of APEC D/E Manual in 2008.

·  new best practices suggested from previous workshops

·  Addition of senior management  instructions for planning and conducting maritime security drills and exercises.

A practiced and prompt response to a security incident reduces risk thereby providing the greatest return on investment, establishes security measures providing a more robust layered security regime to economies and owners and operators of the critical infrastructure, and provides an economy with data for developing port wide response plans by identifying critical infrastructure in ports that require a practiced response while creating strong multi-sector connectivity and communication among a range of stakeholders.  ADEW workshops develop capacity to effectively increase maritime security within an economy and also build capacity between the world-wide maritime community to jointly address and reduce terrorism and other security threats to a country’s maritime infrastructure. 

Self Assessment Trainer Workshop (SATW)

The SATW enables economies to gain a level of expertise in planning, scheduling, and conducting self assessments thereby improving their internal compliance with the ISPS Code.  Economies with this level of expertise are better able to complete the the IMO Maritime Safety Committee’s Circular MSC 1192.1/Circ.1192, 30 May 2006, commonly referred to as the ISPS Code self-assessment questionnaire. Improving ISPS Code implementation in the APEC region will ensure the security of people and goods and improve the facilitation of commerce, particularly within developing Economies, by enabling informed resourcing toward closing identified gaps and challenges.

The four day SATW employs theoretical lessons, presentations on audit processes and techniques, and a port facility visit.  This will ensure each workshop achieves its goals by:

·  Achieving greater consistency in ISPS Code implementation practices and progress;

·  Achieving a systematic review of a participating economies ISPS Code implementation;

·  Allow an economy to implement standardized self assessment procedures for a uniform implementation of the ISPS Code;

·  promote a common understanding of maritime security issues; and

·  Strengthen cooperative relationships  

The SATW will provide economies the ability to self access implementation of the ISPS Code at the port facility level utilizing established IMO and ISO industry standard procedures to identify areas for improvement while ensuring an economies ISPS Code implementation is uniform at every international port facility subject to the ISPS code.  Uniform and standard self assessments improve ISPS Code compliance and oversight, mitigate the risk of importing terrorism via maritime commerce, and allow optimal, uninterrupted flow of maritime commerce.

The SATW/ADEW workshops provide a specific and current methodology for specifically increasing ISPS Code implementation in APEC member Economy port and port facilities.  Security and the accompanying threat is ever evolving and fluid.  ICIAP projects and workshops employ industry and Economy maritime security experts to increase ISPS Code implementation to reduce this threat. 

ICIAP projects and workshops partner with the International Maritime Organization in order to ensure a recognized maritime security standard is promulgated and duplication is avoided.  To date, ICIAP funded projects and workshops have and continue to be recognized regionally and globally as a recognized standard by ASEAN and the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.

Outcomes: The ADEW and SATW will address one of the key Bogor Goals of adopting a strategic approach to capacity building within APEC Economies.  The ADEW and SATW workshops are developed, organized, and delivered to accommodate the identified specific needs of each Member Economy in order to foster a more standardized approach for the exchange of information on the implementation of the ISPS Code; adopted by the IMO with a specific focus to identify lessons learned, gaps and challenges, and the benefits achieved by each participating Economies attainment of ISPS Code implementation resulting in a more secure, safe, and efficient regional and global Maritime Transportation System.

The successful completion of the ADEW and SATW workshops will further the 2009 and 2011 Ministerial statements to create a standardized methodology for the implementation of the ISPS Code building upon the work of relevant regional and international multilateral international organizations while avoiding duplication of efforts.  Further, the sharing of expertise and information at these workshops create a maritime security paradigm able to better identify, assess, and share information on threats to transportation facilities, vehicles, people, and cargo, to prevent and combat acts of unlawful interference while respecting national laws and privacy; to work toward alignment of international standards to facilitate trade and minimize vulnerabilities; and where practical align strategic goals with other APEC Workgroups resulting in more effective economic and technical cooperation between APEC Economies.     

Beneficiaries: The ADEW and SATW further advance the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation’s leadership on Maritime Security by assisting economies in developing measures to evaluate the scope and applicability of implementation of the ISPS Code within the port and port facilities of the member Economy.  Economies develop the capability to become subject matter experts in standardized ISPS Code implementation as a result of MEG-SEC ICIAP capacity building projects creating an environment for the improved safe and efficient movement of goods, services, and people across APEC economies resulting from implementation of key outputs and methodologies resulting from successful ICIAP capacity building projects.

Each ADEW and SATW Workshop will provide the following capability for economies and their stakeholders (Beneficiaries critical to ISPS Code implementation include):

·  Economy Designated Authorities will receive standardized ISPS Code implementation capacity building training focusing on Advance Auditor and Drill and Exercise response training critical to test the Economies response to an event impacting the security and operation of ISPS Code compliant port and port facilities.  ( A Designated Authority is the Economy representative(s) responsible for implementing the ISPS Code within an Economy);

·  Port and port facility security staff and Port Facility Security Officers (PFSOs) will receive standardized ISPS Code implementation capacity building training focusing on Advance Auditor and Drill and Exercises response critical to test the port or port facilities response to an event impacting the security and operation of ISPS Code complaint port and port facilities. (A PFSO is the stakeholder responsible for implementing the ISPS Code within their port or port facility at the direction of the Designated Authority);

·  Academic and Private Industry Stakeholders receive standardized ADEW and SATW capacity building training at the discretion of the host Economy.  Attendance of academics and industry further offer reaffirmation and feedback to ensure the further professional standardization and technical continuity of ICIAP capacity building; and

International Multilateral Organizations receive standardized ADEW and SATW capacity building training at the discretion of the host Economy.  Attendance of multilateral organizations builds upon the like work of these organizations.  Collaboration further standardizes capacity building efforts and reduces duplication of efforts.

Dissemination

The results of the SATW and ADEW will be disseminated to the MEG-SEC Member Economies as a summary/recommendation presentation made by the host Economy at a follow-on TPT-WG meeting to include successes and recommendations for improvement, timeline for host Economy implementation, and further increasing the overall metric of enhancing ISPS Code implementation within the host Economy and the APEC Region. 

The dissemination will allow the MEG-SEC Member Economies the ability to utilize successes and recommendations to develop more focused and robust future ISPS Code implementation projects further benefiting APEC Member Economies.

All publications, reports, and information best practices will be made available in hardcopy and electronic format as well as being posted to the MEG-SEC website.  All such documents will be in compliance with APEC publication guidelines.

Where appropriate, lessons learned, challenges identified and overcome, broad trends in maritime security/ISPS compliance, and curriculum materials will be presented in other, broad flora such as the International Maritime Organization Maritime Safety Committee and the Office of American States for global attention though information papers co-sponsored by participating Economies.

Outputs resulting from this project will not be sold.  Outputs will shared between APEC Economies in the hope of increasing Maritime Security within the region.

Gender

Workshops will be open to male and female participants alike and economies are encouraged to nominate participants from both genders.  Contracts, and the workshop curriculum, will contain a requirement that appropriate account of gender issues be taken in designing and conducting workshops. Participant Economies within this project will be urged to target women when nominating workshop participants.

It should be noted that the self-funding organization (IMO) agrees to and strongly supports the accountability to advance equal gender participation.

Work Plan

The comprehensive methodologies for ADEW and SATW implementation are detailed in full in B. 5.  The Project Overseer has developed the following Work Plan based on his experience from implementing APEC Projects for the MEG-SEC over the course of six years with no project requests being refused.  Broadly, the Project Overseer has followed the same Work Plan for all approved ICIAP Projects during the indicated period of performance:

·  Establish a potential host economy from metric review of ISPS Code implementation from past APEC MEG-SEC projects such as the PSVP or D/E (as well as an Economies self-nomination);

·  Identify past Capacity Building efforts conducted with the host economy by other governments or NGOs such as the IMO and ASEAN so repetitive Capacity Building does not occur;

·  Review information sharing from external factors such as smuggling or piracy which indirectly impact ISPS Code implementation;

·  Officially communicate project offering to potential host Economy in writing;

·  Once offer is accepted the Project Overseer will work with the host Economy to set a date, host location, timeline of implementation, and ensuring the attendees selected to attend will benefit the most from the training and be able to impart policy and operational changes resulting from the workshop; and

·  Ensure the Contractor has prepared all appropriate curriculum and project logistics.

The Project Overseer will then conduct a systematic review of all curriculums and workshop material for final approval and work with the Contractor to conduct a workshop functional “live” review to ensure all workshop deliverables are in place.  The Project Overseer will serve as a co-instructor and ensure all aspects of the workshop are completed including final reports and recommendations.

ICIAP outcomes and impacts are measured by a Member Economy completing an internal audit of its ISPS Code implementation and reporting increased implementation standards resulting from an ICIAP Workshop or project.  Outcomes and impacts are also measured externally by industry from their interaction with an Economies port or port facility.  Several governments also conduct Economy assessments as to ISPS Code compliance.  Member Economies who conduct these assessments supply this information to the MEG-SEC.  The Project Overseer includes this broad scope information in his final ICIAP project report.

Risks

The Project Overseer has six years experience in overseeing MEG-SEC project implementation as well as USGOV and IMO contracts.  Potential risks will be mitigated by the PO working closely with the contractor, host Economies and stakeholders to ensure logistics, schedules, final deliverables, and expenses are submitted in a timely manner.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The Project Overseer will serve as an Expert and facilitate the successful completion of the components of this project.  Additionally, with the Project Overseer working directly as an Expert along with a sole source contractor, monitoring and evaluation is captured and reported in a timely manner by virtue of direct involvement of the Project Overseer.

Final recommendations and evaluations will be included in the Host Economies presentation to MEG-SEC followed with the Project Overseer’s final report including course evaluations and recommendations.  This report will include inputs from co-funding organizations such as the International Maritime Organization and serve as the basis for final MEG-SEC project completion discussion for the development of future ISPS Code implementation projects beneficial to all APEC Member Economies/ sponsoring organizations.  Final reports will also include a discussion and recommendations as to how advancing gender attendance directly improves the exchange of professional expertise.

The Project Overseer will continue to capture all ICIAP projects and workshop metrics and final recommendations in a comprehensive MEG-SEC historical record which will serve as a basis for ongoing future ICIAP projects and workshops.  As security and ISPS Code implementation to address the ever fluid risk to the Global Maritime Transportation Sector is ever evolving this strategic approach will best develop and implement non-duplicated current and future ICIAP projects and workshops thereby continually improving ISPS Code implementation in APEC member Economy ports and port facilities.

Linkages

The ICIAP aims to assist APEC Economies develop the capacity required to effectively implement the ISPS Code, an international port facility security standard. The program scope encompasses a transfer of knowledge, lessons learned and best practices related to the implementation of the Code by subject matter experts located in APEC Economies. The funding requested would provide ongoing support for the PSVP.

The ICIAP is an important program in the Asia-Pacific region and additional funding will allow MEG-SEC to continue delivering targeted marine security capacity building initiatives with the goal of strengthening ISPS Code implementation among APEC member Economies. The success of the ICIAP is evidenced by the fact that the Program and its activities were referenced in the Joint Transportation Ministerial Statement of 2013 APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting held in Bali (1-5 July, 2013) and the continued interest of member Economies in participation and builds on the successes of ICIAP completed projects TPT05009A, TPT072010A, TPT082010A, TPT102012A, and TPT042012A.

Sustainability

Past ICIAP workshops have assisted in identifying gaps and best practices toward ISPS Code implementation.  Participating Economies have reported an improved level of ISPS Code implementation in facilities under their purview, through greater understanding of the Code and risk-informed resourcing.  The SATW and ADEW Manuals will be continually updated to ensure that content remains relevant and that future Economies will be able to conduct their own workshops carrying forward knowledge and lessons learned.  The Project Overseer as part of his historical monitoring of ICIAP projects and workshops will routinely follow-up with member Economies to discuss follow-on implementation of workshop outcomes to include the attending Economy providing updates at future TPT-WG meetings.

Overall sustainability will be determined from industry risk scoring of an Economies ISPS Code implementation as well as independent government assessments of an Economies ISPS Code implementation which are both recognized ISPS Code implementation standards.  ICIAP workshops and projects have traditionally increased an Economies implementation of the ISPS Code when an Economy indicates having participated in an ICIAP workshop or project.

By establishing readily available training materials based upon solid lessons learned and real-world issues, Economies desiring increased ISPS Code compliance will be afforded the materials necessary to conduct internal security elevating activities such as exercises and drills without having to dedicate resources to development processes.  In the medium term, such ‘self help’ capabilities will provide for more robust, risk-informed resourcing.  In the longer term, such ‘self help’ capabilities will enhance APEC-wide harmonization of security concepts, programs, and implementation.

It is worth noting that the list of Economies who have expressed interest in the ICIAP workshops is by no means exhaustive or definitive, it merely reflects those who have publically noted a desire to host and/or participate.  Lessons learned from the ICIAP workshops will create a continued sharing of Good Security Practices between Economies.

Project Overseers

The main POC responsible for this project will be the MEG-SEC Project Overseer, Mr. Thomas Kalisz of the United States Coast Guard.  A brief Bio follows:

Mr. Kalisz has been the MEG-SEC Project Overseer for seven years. Mr. Kalisz is a Foreign Port Security Specialist with the United States Coast Guard.  Mr. Kalisz is also a Lieutenant Commander in the USCG Reserves.  Mr. Kalisz has over twenty years experience in Law Enforcement, Intelligence, and Port Security.  Mr. Kalisz has an MBA in International Business and Master’s degrees with honors in Strategic Intelligence and Emergency and Disaster Management.  Mr. Kalisz has been responsible for obtaining 759K in support funds from the US Department of State, and 800K from the IMO for use by MEG-SEC to develop port security projects within MEG-SEC.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable

Direct Labour

The Project Overseer will ask APEC to solicit potential contractors as per past practice.  The Project Overseer will form an impartial committee and select the best qualified expert and recommend the same to APEC who will issue a TOR to the selected contractor.  After this TOR is issued the Project Overseer will proceed to complete the tenants of the project.

The Project Completion reports for the successfully completed ICIAP Projects have consistently indicated that the project outcomes and deliverables were met and that the Economy attendees indicated that the methodology and content further advanced the implementation of the ISPS Code within their Economy and broadly across the APEC region.

Waivers

Not Applicable

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