Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002

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The Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 is designed to protect ports and waterways from terrorist attacks. The law is the U.S. equivalent of the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code(ISPS), and was fully implemented on July 1, 2004. It requires vessels and port facilities to conduct vulnerability assessments and develop security plans that may include passenger, vehicle, and baggage screening procedures; security patrols; establishing restricted areas; personnel identification procedures; access control measures; and/or installation of surveillance equipment.[1]

References

  1. U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration [1]
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