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Autoridad Portuaria de Ceuta

Dangerous Goods

Integrated Management System for Dangerous Goods

The main tools used in coordinating an emergency situation are established by Royal Decree 145/1989, by means of which the Regulation of Admission, Handling and Storage of Dangerous Goods in Ports was approved, as well as by Royal Decree 1593/2010 of 26th November, amending Royal Decree210/2004 of 6th February which establishes an information and monitoring system for maritime traffic.

 

Royal Decree 145/1989provides that the submission of a request for admission to enter the port and conduct operations with dangerous goods is compulsory. The Regulation stipulates that the required information must be formally submitted and approved by the Harbour Master’s Office and the Port Authority within the scope of their own remit.

In order to provide a faster and more efficient service which uses less paper, the Port Authority and the Harbour Master’s Office have developed a telematic tool known as SIGMEP (THE INTERGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR DANGEROUS GOODS) which allows shipping agents, other agents, quay operators, the Port Authority and the Harbour Master’s Office to receive, send, verify and approve the requests that are sent in.

The Service Control Centre is able to verify the approved admissions and access emergency data sheets in the event of an incident. In this way, the objectives of improving safety and protecting the environment have both been achieved.

The city’s civil protection services have also been given access to SIGMEP, so that the application can notify them of the expected arrival of any dangerous goods included in article 15 of the Regulation, in other words, those considered very dangerous.

Manual Web de solicitud de mercancías peligrosas 2008

Procedimiento alta SIGMEP 2008

Transporte de explosivos:

Admisión del Nitrato Amónico Certificado de detonabilidad.

Modelo de certificado de detonabilidad

Nueva Guia de Circulación Explosivos 2007.

Normas de Seguridad para la circulación de explosivos en la zona portuaria ver-01-2011

Otros enlaces sobre explosivos.

Normativa sobre transporte del  Ministerio de  Fomento