The security Assessment is an essential, integral part of the process of developing and updating a security plan.
RINA uses a consolidated Risk Analysis method developed on the basis of national and international guidelines to conduct Security Assessments in accordance with the requirements of the following standards:
Shipping, ports and terminal
- ISPS Code (International Ship and Port Facility Security Code) and corresponding European regulation n. 725/04, applicable to ships and port installations
- Dlgs 9 November 2007 n. 203, activation of the Directive 2005/65/CE relatively to the improvement of the port security
- ISO PAS 20858: 2004 "Ships and marine technology"
- "Maritime port facility security assessments and security plan development" applicable to port terminals
Dangerous goods transport
- ADR 2005, applicable to industrial and logistics infrastructures and vehicles carrying dangerous goods
- RID 2005, applicable to rail transportation of dangerous goods
- ISO DIS 28000: 2005 "Specification for the security management systems for the supply chain", applicable to the entire logistics chain, starting with the producer and continuing with the carrier, shipping agent and any interports involved
- Custom Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT), applicable to the entire logistics chain, particularly for exports to the United States
- WCO: "Framework of standards to secure and facilitate global trade"
Oil & Gas, Energy and Manufacturing
- API: American Petroleum Institute security guideline for the petroleum industry
- ISO DIS 28001: "Specification on best practices for implementing supply chain security, assessment and plans"
- ISO IEC 17799: 2000 (Code of Practice for Information Security Management), applicable to information technology security