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Administration of Shipping and Ports
The Administration of Shipping and Ports ( SPA) is responsible for maritime traffic, moorings and ports, vessels and operators; licensing and registration of vessels, and seafarer and skipper certification. The Authority works towards ensuring a safe, secure and sustainable shipping infrastructure at all times; formulating and monitoring shipping regulations and policies; supervising maritime traffic, ports and moorings; promoting and maintaining international regulations and treaties.
Shipping and Port Authority


Syllabus for small craft operators
This syllabus will replace the former document which became valid in March 1997. Since then, a number of changes have occurred effecting the various definitions and requirements, a great deal of knowledge and experience has been accumulated concerning the various methods of theoretical and practical examinations, which called for a renewed assessment and updating of the existing material.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 October 2010 17:41
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Shipping Forms
This Shipping Forms issued by the Administration of Shipping and Ports of Shipping and Ports Authority. Shipping forms

Crew List [ >> Download ms-word format form ]

Passenger List [ >> Download ms-word format form ]

Passenger List - Appendix(B) [ >> Download ms-word format form ]

Crew's Effects Declaration [ >> Download ms-word format form ]

Ship Sanitation Certificate [ >> Download pdf format form ]

Maritime Declaration Of Health [ >> Download pdf format form ]

Postal Delivery Bill [ >> Download pdf format form ]

Security Declaration [ >> Download pdf format form ]

Report Of Personal Injury Or Loss Of Life [ >> Download pdf format form ]

Report Of Vessel Casualty Or Accident [ >> Download pdf format form ]

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Structure, Role, PSC

S&PAThe Administration of Shipping and Ports (ASP) is responsible for maritime traffic, moorings and ports, vessels and operators; licensing and registration of vessels, and seafarer and skipper certification. The Authority works towards ensuring a safe, secure and sustainable shipping infrastructure at all times; formulating and monitoring shipping regulations and policies; supervising maritime traffic, ports and moorings; promoting and maintaining international regulations and treaties.
On February 17, 2005, the former Administration of Shipping and Ports was transformed into a statutory Authority within the Ministry of Transport.

Structure

The Authority contains the following units: Planning, Economics and International Relations; Human Resources and Administration; Technical Services and Maritime Control; Vessel Registration; Ports and Moorings as well as the Ports of Eilat, Acre and Tiberias.

Role

The Administration of Shipping and Ports is responsible for maritime traffic, moorings and ports, vessels and operators; licensing and registration of vessels, and seafarer and skipper certification. The Authority works towards ensuring a safe, secure and sustainable shipping infrastructure at all times; formulating and monitoring shipping regulations and policies; supervising maritime traffic, ports and moorings; promoting and maintaining international regulations and treaties.

Port State Control

The State of Israel implemented the Port State Control (PSC) inspection system in 1997, in accordance with International Maritime Organization (IMO) and International Labor Organization (ILO) resolutions.
PSC inspections are conducted to ensure that foreign vessels calling at Israeli ports comply with international regulations and conventions.
Israel is a signatory of the regional PSC organization, the Mediterranean Memorandum of Understanding. Fellow signatories are Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Tunis and Turkey.

The Administration of Shipping and Ports is responsible for all PSC activities, and aims to inspect each and every tanker and passenger ship arriving at Israeli ports, as well as 25% of the container ships and general cargo, with an emphasis on bulk carriers.

Contact details
Location: 15A Pal-Yam Blvd., Haifa
Mailing address: P.O.B. 806, Haifa 31999, Israel

Phone: +972-4-8632100

Fax: +972-4-8632111

The Haifa government building
Last Updated on Sunday, 23 June 2013 09:33