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Port Security Drills Held Virtual

15 May 2020

A joint exercise for overcoming security disturbances in the Tanjung Emas Port area was held by the Port Facility Security Officer (FK-PFSO) Communication Forum of Tanjung Emas Port in collaboration with RSO-Kaneta Efka Jaya Semarang. The joint exercise is done virtually. The CODE 2020 Joint The Exercise International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) program were held differently from previous years because it was implemented in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Head of the Tanjung Emas Class I Port Authority and Port Authority Office (KSOP), Junaidi, said the activity was part of regulatory obligations that had to be obeyed.

The activity was followed by six port facilities (Faspel) including PT Pertamina, PT Opsico, PT Semarang Container Terminal (TPKS), PT Pelabuhan Tanjung Emas Pelindo III, PT Kayu Lapis Indonesia (KLI), and PT Sriboga Flour Mills. "Safety exercises are not done in real-time in the field." However, through virtual communication via video conference. Monitoring and reporting still come from the respective PFSO as well as the SCO Company Security Officer. The main focus is done through handling, handling, and preventing Covid-19, "he explained on the second floor of the departure terminal at Tanjung Emas Port, Thursday (14/5).

Junaidi said security disturbances can occur at any time and under any situation. For that, the security team must be ready. The activity, he said, was aimed at creating overall port security by the port security committee. The elements consist of the KSOP, TNI AL, TNI AD, Polair, Police in the port area, Immigration, Beacukai, Quarantine, and the Health office.