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Table of Contents
                            Part 1
Document Management
	1.1 Document Changes & Amendments
	1.2 Document Distribution
	1.3 FSP Review & Update Procedures
Part 2
Purpose of Document
	2.1 Purpose
	2.2 Scope of FSP
	2.3 Reference Documents
Part 3
General Facility Information
	3.1 Facility Information
	Overview / Description of Facility
		3.2.1 Facility View
	3.3 Facility Security Structure
	3.4 Physical Security Measures:
	3.5 Significant Security Issues
Part 4
Threat Levels
	4.1 Security Operating Levels
Part 5
Security Incident Response
	5.1 Initial Security Incident Response Actions
	5.2 Suspicious Activities
	5.3 Initial Response To Acts Of Terrorism, Violence Or Bomb Threats
	5.4 Security Incident Reporting Procedures
	Facility Security Personnel
	5.6 Roles and Responsibilities
		5.6.1 Facility Personnel
		5.6.2 Area Security Adviser.
Part 6
Security Response Maintenance
	6.1 Security Training
	6.2 Security Drills and Exercises
Part 7
Security Incident Notification Requirements
	7.1 Internal Notification References
		POSITION/TITLE
		NAME
		POSITION/TITLE
		NAME
	7.2 External Notification References
		ADDITIONAL AGENCY REFERENCES
		POSITION/TITLE
		NAME
		COMPANY
		NAME
		N/A
		N/A
Part 8
Facility Specific Instructions
	IED RESPONSE FLOW CHART
	SECURITY INCIDENT OR EVENT SEVERITY LEVELS
	Incident level Reporting
Written Incident Report(IR) within 30 minutes
	SECURITY INCIDENT LEVEL CRITERIA
	Incident Level
I certify that I have been briefed and understand the New Cross guidelines and my role in upholding the tenets of the guidelines.
                        
Document Text Contents
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Local Acceptance & Sign-off Sheet

The contents of this document was prepared and accepted by:

SIGNATURE

NAME & TITLE James Ijoko

COMPANY New Cross Exploration and Production Limited

DATE

The contents of this document have been reviewed and accepted by:

SIGNATURE

NAME & TITLE

COMPANY

DATE

The contents of this document have been accepted and approved by:

SIGNATURE

NAME & TITLE

COMPANY

DATE



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5.5.5 Government Security Force (GSF)

Appropriate number of GSF personnel will be deployed to Facilities. They are to be headed
by an Officer who will be directly responsible for them in terms of command and control.
The main responsibility of the GSF personnel deployed to Facilities is to protect the
personnel and facilities against any form of armed attack. This protection is extended to
visitors and contractors living and/or working within the facilities’ perimeter fence. In
doing this, the GSF personnel are expected to comply with Guidelines on the Use of Arms,
and the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (VPSHR)

Other duties to be performed by the GSF include:

- Provision of Swift Operations Service (response) in the event of an
emergency.

- Armed protection to the facilities and personnel against any external
aggression.

- Provide armed response where needed.
- Provide escort duties for movement of designated persons.
- Taking active part in emergency response activities within and outside

the Facilities
- Assisting in the procurement of Intelligence,
- Apprehension of offenders.

Deployment Plan Overview
 Please refer to security resources.

5.5. 6. Nigerian Navy:

N/A

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Part 5 Security Incident Response

5.6 Roles and Responsibilities

5.6.1Facility Personnel

All NEW CROSS Staff and contracted employees have a personal responsibility for their
own, their colleagues and the Company’s Security. To that end Facility personnel will:

 Maintain high Security awareness and vigilance;
 Wear and visibly display Company identification cards at all times whilst on

Company premises;

 Immediately report unauthorised access to the facility and restricted areas to
Security;

 Immediately report introduction of prohibited weapons, incendiaries and explosives
to Security;

 Immediately report unlawful acts that affect facility operations to Security;
 Provide information to the General/Facility Manager, The Area Security Adviser

and law enforcement personnel in case of an incident affecting Security;

 Ensure known Security deficiencies are reported to the Area Security Adviser;
 Avoid discussing facility specifics such as products handled, Security routines and

equipment with non-Company personnel;

 Safeguard Company supplied identification cards and documents and passwords;
 Restrict the distribution, disclosure and availability of information contained in this

FSP to authorised personnel.

 Inform Security on organisational changes that affect contractor/visitors and full time
employee (FTE) workforce with regard to authorisation and revocation of access
rights.

5.6.2Area Security Adviser.

The Area Security Adviser is assigned overall responsibility for ensuring that the FSP,
procedures and programmes are implemented and maintained.

FACILITY

The Area Security Adviser may perform other duties within the Facility’s organisation,
provided he or she is able to fully perform the duties and responsibilities required of the
Area Security Adviser. The same person may serve as the Area Security Adviser for
more than one facility.

The Area Security Adviser may assign Security duties to other facility personnel;
however, he retains the accountability for these duties.

The Area Security Adviser must have general knowledge, through training or
equivalent job experience in the following:

 Security organization of the Facility;
 Relevant Facility operations and conditions;
 Relevant Facility Security measures, including the meaning and the requirements of

the different Threat Levels;
 Emergency preparedness, response, and contingency planning;
 Security equipment and systems, and their operational limitations; and
 Methods of conducting audits, inspections, control and monitoring techniques;

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Annex 7

Guidelines on the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights

The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (VPSHR) provide practical guidance to
companies, on how to maintain the safety and security of their operations, with respect for the human
rights and fundamental freedoms of people in surrounding communities.

The implementation of the Voluntary Principles is a cooperation effort, which should involve all three
participating pillars (government, companies, and NGO’s)

The Voluntary Principles covers three (3) key areas:
 Risk Assessment
 Interaction between Companies and Government Security
 Interaction between Companies and Private Security

Companies are obliged to:
• check available human rights records of the security forces with which they work
• ensure that the type and number of forces deployed are competent, appropriate and

proportionate
• record, report and investigate any credible allegations of human rights abuses
• Where force is used, it should be properly investigated and reported.

Security Forces are obliged to:
• Attempt to use non-violent means to resolve issues before using force and firearms
• issue a warning and give sufficient time for suspects to heed that warning before resorting to

the use of firearms
• provide medical aid for injured persons where force is used,

BRIEFING TIPS ON INDUCTION OF NEWLY DEPLOYED GSA
PERSONNEL AT NEW CROSS E&P LOCATIONS

1. Ethical and legal law enforcement conduct
 Law enforcement officials must at all times perform their duty under law.
 They must respect and safeguard human dignity and uphold the human rights of all persons.
 They may use force only when strictly necessary and to the extent required in the

performance of their duty.
 They are forbidden to inflict, instigate or tolerate any act of torture or other cruel, inhuman

or degrading treatment or punishment.
 They have the duty to safeguard the health of those in their custody and to secure medical

care whenever necessary.
 Suspected unlawful and / or unethical behaviour by law enforcement officials requires

prompt investigation.

Arrest and Detention
 The absolute prohibition on torture applies equally to all arrested, detained or imprisoned

persons.
 Arbitrary arrest, detention or imprisonment is prohibited.
 Detainees may not be forced to testify, to confess guilt or to incriminate others.

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