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FSMS1 : 2005 - Facility Security Management Systems Standard

Introduction

Scope
ICS FSMS1 2005

Introduction

The ISO 9001:2008 standard has been used as a basis for managing the security process. It does not however address all of the essential requirements of a sound security management system. The IMO ISPS Code has been written specifically for Port Facilities and Shipping and is not applicable to other vulnerable land based facilities.

Items not addressed in the ISO 9001 standard are information gathering on potential threats, identification of potential targets and vulnerable activities and facilities and subsequent risk assessment, security levels and when to change levels, testing of plans including security drills, security equipment and its testing and maintenance and measurement of performance.

It recognizes that whilst ISO 9001:2008 the current standard used for certification does cover many of the activities, it falls short in a number of specific areas, and further detailed requirements have been identified and incorporated in this standard that has been written specifically for organizations who need security management for their facilities.

This facility security management systems standard is based on the principles of the IMO ISPS code, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:1999 standards.
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Scope

This Facility Security Management Systems Standard ( FSMS1 ) gives requirements for a security management system, to enable an organization to control consistently its security risks and improve its performance. It does not state specific security performance criteria, nor does it give detailed specifications for the design of a management system.

The FSMS 1 standard is applicable to any organization that wishes to:

A) Establish a security management system to recognize, assess and minimize risks to visitors, employees, operational facilities, property and other interested parties who may be exposed to the security risks associated with its activities.
B) Implement, maintain and continually improve a security management system.
C) To be able to control, manage, measure and assure itself of its conformity with its stated security policy.
D) To establish the respective roles and responsibilities to all parties and to ensure that these responsibilities are understood and fulfilled.
E) To ensure the early and efficient collection and exchange of security information.
F) Demonstrate such conformance to others.
G) Seek certification/registration of its security management system by an external organization to give confidence that security measures are in place.
H) Make a self-determination and self-declaration of conformity with this FSMS 1 security management system standard.
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