GISAMP partners started innovative internal audit process

This GISAMP Project internal Audit phase was initiated with Port of Aveiro Administration, and more will follow.

With the current internal audit activities, project partners enter the his last phase, with the implementation of internal and certification audits aimed at ensuring the correct implementation and certification of the entities involved.

The proposed methodology for the implementation of GISAMP Project is based on the development of a situation diagnosis that allows independent ways to know the degree of compliance with international standards of reference. Initially, it involved training actions, the implementation of good practice manuals that facilitate the learning process of all project stakeholders and the implementation of international good practices according to the management references recommended in ISO 20858, 27001, and 28000 standards.

Port and Maritime Supply Chain Integrated Security Management (GISAMP) Project aims to operationalise a collective efficiency strategy that considers the maritime-port process in a more comprehensive perspective, addressing the strategic, operational and support levels, and allowing the implementation of good international practices and management certification of the maritime-port supply chain security.

GISAMP Team Visits Port of Valencia

One relevant action of the GISAMP project is to develop a visit to a port that already implemented the ISO 28000 standard, aiming at raising the knowledge of the Portuguese ports involved in this project. To this end, a team of GISAMP project partners visited Port of Valencia, in period 18-22 July, which provided an unique opportunity to acquire past experiences and lessons learnt.

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GISAMP Project engages relevant entities

Within the scope of the GISAMP project a session was held to engage the relevant entities for the Port of Aveiro (Interested Parties), with the technical support of QUALISEG as the leading entity of the GISAMP project.

The involvement of Stakeholders is of the greatest relevance, in particular for the implementation of ISO 28000 - Supply Chain Security Management.