ISPS Sample Clauses

ISPS. (a) (i) From the date of coming into force of the International Code for the Security of Ships and of Port Facilities and the relevant amendments to Chapter XI of SOLAS (ISPS Code) in relation to the Vessel and thereafter during the currency of this charter, the Owners shall procure that both the Vessel and “the Company” (as defined by the ISPS Code) shall comply with the requirements of the ISPS Code relating to the Vessel and the Company. Upon request the Owners shall provide a copy of the relevant International Ship Security Certificate (or the Interim International Ship Security Certificate) to the Charterers. The Owners shall provide the Charterers with the full style contact details of the Company Security Officer (CSO).
ISPS. The LESO shall provide written notice to the Company of the identity of any entity with which the LESO enters into an ISP arrangement no less than five (5) days prior to the commencement of the provision of Services by such entity as an ISP. Following such notice, the Company shall allocate an ISP code to any such entity within five (5) days, provided that the LESO and such entity meet the Requirements specified in the ISP Mandatory Procedural Requirements set forth in Annex D hereof. The Company may publish the name of any ISP or the relationship of any ISP with the LESO unless the LESO instructs the Company in writing not to publish such information; provided, however, that the Company may in all cases disclose such information in connection with fraud prevention activities. The LESO shall promptly notify the Company of any change to the details of the ISP. Where the LESO fails to so notify the Company, upon notification by the ISP to the Company of any change to its details, the Company may publish such new details, provided it gives to the LESO five (5) days prior written notice.
ISPS. The following clause applies to all Re-deliveries except to the products and crude delivered DDP or DES to Storage Facility reserved for barge deliveries:
ISPS. 24.1 MSCG shall ensure that the Vessel complies with the ISPS Code and the MTSA.

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