Management of safety and hazards represents a new approach to safety and security management in the area of the Port Authority of Šibenik. It was developed through the broader interests of the Port of Šibenik, with the aim of improving the safety of those who use the port or work in the port, as well as the safety of ships, passengers, cargo, and the environment. It is particularly focused on those who affect human lives, property, and the environment in and around the port.

In order to maintain a high level of security in the port area, the Port Authority of Šibenik will introduce a video surveillance system as well as a system for controlling access of persons, vehicles, and vessels (AIS) in the port area.

The Port Authority of Šibenik has aligned its Port Facility Security Plan with the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code) on July 30th, 2004, which sets out the mandatory security requirements for ships and port facilities engaged in international trade.

To ensure quick response in case of accidents:

• In case of major accidents at sea (pollution, rescue, collision, grounding, sinking, fire)

• Bomb/terrorism threats

• Emergency medical situations where human lives are at risk.

• Any form of harassment of the ship's crew.

All commanders, officers and security personnel of the port area must immediately sound the alarm
by dialing the number or calling as follows:

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