All users will have the ability to see a terminal's presence in MTIS, which will include visibility of the terminal name, location and what documents the terminal has published.

However, each Terminal Operator will have control over who is able to view their terminal documents (MTPQ and MTMSA).

The Permissions able to be set vary slightly depending on the document being set for:

MTPQ Permissions

At present, MTPQ permissions can be granted on an all or nothing basis, per user type. For example:
You can permit ALL Data Users to view your MTPQ, but no allow other Terminal Operators to view your information. And vice versa.

You also have the option to allow all MTIS users or allow none to view your information.

MTMSA Permissions

Each Terminal Operator will have control over who is able to view their terminal MTMSA on a user-by-user basis.

However, no users will have permissions to view Achieved MTMSA documents.


Please note that, by default, permission to view a terminal’s documents (MTPQ / MTMSA) are turned on for all MTIS users. Permission will have to be removed/amended to the required state.

Your terminal information will be used by users whom have the required permissions to view your terminal information in order to carry out the necessary marine assurance checks required for ship-to-shore compatibility measures. This will be in accordance with MTIS User Terms of Use.

Each time a user clicks to view a terminal’s MTMSA document, a pop-box will require them to tick to agree that MTMSA information downloaded through MTIS is confidential and will not be passed to any third party outside of their organisation.

The information you provide to MTIS will be stored on a centralised database and will not be used by OCIMF or shared with third parties. 

Your information will be stored on a centralised database controlled by OCIMF.

Once you register your terminal to MTIS, your terminal’s presence will instantly be visible to all other users. By default, any completed documents (MTPQ / MTMSA) can be viewed by all other users, however Terminal Operators do have the ability to remove permissions.

Please see Security - Who can see my terminal information? for further details on user permissions.

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