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Note: This information should also be contained within the Ship Security Plan) � minimise external communications (radios, handsets and AIS information) to essential safety and security-related communication and SOLAS information only � crew working outside secure areas on an exceptional basis only and in constant communication with the bridge. 23 24 Section 4 Actions on Encountering Pirates Vessel acting suspiciously Within the High Risk Area, there will be small vessels engaged in legitimate activities.

It is strongly recommended that the crew remain at secure locations until there is a degree of certainty that all of the pirates have either broken off the attack or have left the vessel. Once it is known that an attack is over, and after securing the safety of the ship and crew: � Make post incident reports to:  The UK Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) Dubai  The Maritime Security Centre-Horn of Africa (MSCHOA)  The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) � carry out an internal debrief of the ship’s company � offer professional counselling to those who may have been affected by events � make a post incident report to owners/operators � consider an appropriate mechanism for informing next of kin � secure any evidence of the attack, including CCTV coverage.

23 24 Section 4 Actions on Encountering Pirates Vessel acting suspiciously Within the High Risk Area, there will be small vessels engaged in legitimate activities. Close CPAs from such vessels inevitably raise concerns that they may be pirates. Assistance in identifying whether a particular vessel is likely to be a pirate or not can be obtained by a telephone call to the UKMTO. (Contact details in Annex 2). Identified pirate vessel in vicinity of own vessel: If the preparation and precautionary measures have been effective, a possible attack will be detected early.

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