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CHAPTER 42 Security: ships and ports

EU Shipping Law

Page 1606 CHAPTER 42 Security: ships and ports A. Introduction 42.001 Security in the maritime sector is critical. There have been several security incidents involving ships and ports but there is a risk that there could be a catastrophic incident involving an enormous number of fatalities (e.g. an incident on a ferry or cruise liner or at a port) and/or severe damage (e.g. environmental damage due to an incident at a port facility). The issue relates equally to both ships and ports.

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