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The ISPS Code came into force in July 2004.

Part B, section 9 of the code requires the identification of restricted areas, access notices and forms of declaration. Part B section 16.23 also requires that port facilities show similar identification.

This Door To Be Kept Locked On Security Alert (10x30)
This Door To Be Kept Locked Inport (10x30)
All Visitors Please Report To (10x30)
Restricted Area (10x30)
Restricted Area Authorised Persons Only (10x30)
Isps - No Cameras
Isps - No Weapons Allowed
Isps - Crew Members Only
Isps - Under Cctv Surveillance
Isps - Restricted Access
Isps - Authorised Personal Only - Hand
Isps - No Unauthorised Personal Beyond This Point - Hand
Isps - Restricted Access - Man
Isps - Authorised Personal Only - Man
Isps - No Unauthorised Personal Beyond This Point -man
Isps - No Cellular Phones
Isps - No Cameras
Isps - No Weapons
Isps - Security Alert - Keep Door Locked
Isps - Hatch Kept Locked
Isps - Security Alert - Hatch Kept Locked
Isps - Visitors Announce At Reception
Isps - Keep Door Locked
Isps - Visitors Announce At Security
Crew Only
Security Seal (3x15)
Security Level (15x30)
Vdr (15x15)
Combination A (5x2
Combination B (5x2
Combination C (5x2
Combination D (5x2
All Visitors Must Report To The Ships Security Office (30x30
Ship Security Office (10x30)
Cctv (35x30)
Reception (10x30)
Private (10x30)
Allvisitors Please Report To Reception (30x30)
Cctv (15x15)
This Ship Complies With Imo Isps Code (30x42)
Restricted Area Authorised Persons Only (25x50)