Sundsvalls Hamn AB
Box 722
S-851 21 SUNDSVALL

Visitingadress :
Tunadalshamnen, Sweden
Sjöfartsvägen 11

Phone : +46 (0)60-12 31 80
Fax: +46 (0)60-19 35 07
Email : info[@]sundsvallshamn.se

Sundsvalls Oljehamn AB
Box 722
S-851 21 SUNDSVALL

Visitingadress :
Vindskärsudde, Sweden
Oljevägen 2

Phone : +46 (0)60-12 31 80
Fax: +46 (0)60-19 35 07
Email : info[@]sundsvalloljehamn.se

Safety & Security

Safety.

Sundsvalls Hamn AB is the coordinating Editor under AML 3 Section 7 for the areas of Tunadal harbor, Oljehamnen and Cementakajen.
OSH in Sundsvalls Port AB;'s activity will be a safe and secure workplace. Use the right equipment, right apparel and the right tools in the form of machinery and equipment will contribute to greater security. 


Security.

Security and Port Security

In December 2002, an agreement at a diplomatic conference in London created new rules on maritime security.
The reason is the events September 11, 2001 in New York and Washington.
The new rules took effect July 1, 2004 and a new code joined the SOLAS, known as the ISPS Code, and its purpose is to enhance maritime security for ships and port facilities.

Sundsvalls Hamn AB's port facilities are covered by these rules and these laws are affecting cargo ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and passenger ships.
A port is defined as a specified area of land and water, which consists of facilities and equipment to facilitate commercial shipping. Maritime Inspectorate approves port security plans and proof of completion, approved control noted on the decision.
After approval of security plans vessels receive an International Ship Security Certificate.
Terrorist attacks against the ports can easily lead to serious disruptions in transport, harming people and industry in the port and nearby areas.