1 No authorized watercraft or personnel should be allowed
closer than 100 meters of the docking facility. Ammunition ships or barges
cannot be approached within 300 meters.
2 Ship anchor chains must be checked frequently.
prevent mines from being attached by infiltrators.
3 The clear zone should extend on both the waterside and land
side of the ship. This zone should be enforced by ship guards on the deck
(c) Clearing of the docking area prior to the anchoring of any
2 Floating material should be checked and cleared by taking
large objects in tow. Patrol boats should be operating skim nets between two
crafts can accomplish this.
3 Dropping concussion grenades in the water is a way to
detonate mines or explosives. These are mines and explosives which may have
This method may also be used to discourage swimmers.
However, assistance of EOD and Naval of Coast Guard personnel should be
(6) Hatch guards act as security during unloading operations.
documentation personnel examine inbound manifests to identify sensitive or
Hatch inspectors or guards examine the cargo before and
during unloading to determine damage or pilferage.
documented by statements and pictures (hatch guards should have access to a
Also, copies of tally sheets and Transportation Control
and Movement Documents (TCMD) provide documentation.
(a) During loading or unloading, the hatch guards should always
try to be on the same level as the workmen.
The guards are to report on
damaged cargo and evidence of pilferage or sabotage.
(b) The gangplank should serve as a security checkpoint for the
(c) As materiel is unloaded,
supervision directly to its storage.
(7) Control measures at the pier and warehouse must conform to
physical security standards. Measures must include documentation, personnel
identification and movement control, rapid movement, and security personnel.
(a) Proper documentation is the best method for control
materiels. The Transportation Control and Movement Document (TCMD) is the