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NOx emission requirements have applied to marine diesel engines (with a power output of greater than 130kW) installed on Australian vessels—including DCVs—since 2007.
We look at case studies, AMSA incident and inpection data, and strategies to prevent container loss.
In carrying out its responsibilities and exercising its powers, the Board at all times recognises its overriding responsibility to act honesty, fairly, diligently and in accordance with the law.
In this edition of Working Boats magazine we delve into a key element of safety management—risk assessment and control.
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Safety management systems (SMS) ensure commercial vessels are maintained and operated safely.
Warren Bath (Vessel Traffic Services Operator, Hay Point) is the recipient of the inaugural Australian VTS Award.
In this issue we provide information and guidance to assist ship operators and seafarers:
The Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012 (the national law) provides a single national framework for ensuring the safe operation, design, construction and equip
Registered ships receive legally recognisable Australian nationality, which provides advantages both at home and abroad: