ITF Warlike and High Risk Areas

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Depending on what type of agreement covers the vessel, there are two lists of warlike and high risk areas.

For vessels covered by an IBF agreement, the areas are designated by the IBF Warlike Operations Areas Committee. See the related documents on the right hand side of this page to view the latest information on IBF war zones.

For vessels covered by non-IBF (TCC) agreements, the areas are now designated by the ITF. See the related documents on the right hand side of this page to view the latest information on non IBF war zones.

Any such designations by the IBF Warlike Operations Areas Committee or the ITF, are required to be annexed to the CBA and made available on board each vessel in order to be accessible to the crew.

Any changes/additions to the present areas, that the IBF may agree, or the ITF may adopt from time to time, will be updated on this page.

Updated: 24 February 2016



Related documents:
IBF Warlike/High Risk Areas (915kb PDF)

Non-IBF Warlike/High Risk Areas (915kb PDF)

IBF Framework 2014 (260kb PDF)

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