Making a Security Incident Report
Owners and managers are reminded that any marine security-related incidents involving Singapore-registered vessels should be reported to MPA.
Reports should be made by completing the 'Security Incident Form' found in Shipping Circular No. 8 of 2021 "REPORTING OF INCIDENTS INVOLVING SINGAPORE-REGISTERED SHIPS" dated 19 May 2021.
Completed reports should be submitted via email to the following addresses:
Owners and managers of Singapore-flagged vessels are advised to ensure that operations in the shipping, port and marine sector of Singapore do not contravene sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council. An indicative list of unilateral sanctions or embargoes may be found at the Singapore Customs’ website. You may also refer to the United Nations Security Council website for information on the sanctions regimes. You may wish to click here for the Consolidated Sanctions List of all individuals and entities subject to sanctions measures imposed by the United Nations Security Council. Please note that the list is not exhaustive, and we will like to remind owners and managers of Singapore-flagged vessels to keep updated on the relevant sanction regimes.
You may also wish to refer to the list of Shipping Circulars here.
For more information on the United Nations (Sanctions-Democratic People's Republic of Korea) Regulations 2010, in particular, on the "Declaration for Non-leasing and Non-chartering of Singapore-flagged ships to DPRK-Linked Entities", please refer to the link here.
Piracy and Armed Robbery Against Ships and Amendment to Best Management Practices (Version 5) to Deter Piracy in the High Risk Area and Enhance Maritime Security in the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea