In developing our approach to the National System, our vision is to improve safety culture, simplify the regulations and provide good customer service.
Asia Pacific oil spill prevention and preparedness conference.
Ergoship 2016 aims to provide a national and international forum for the dissemination and exchange of applied scientific knowledge in the field of human factors within a maritime context.
Topic: List of ‘Recognised Islands’ — NSCV Part B (Recognised islands) Determination 2016
Electrical hazards can lead to deaths and injuries such as shocks and burns.
Our approach to providing regulatory services to the domestic commercial vessel industry involves two-way collaboration.
The purpose of this Guide is to assist vessel owners and seafarers and their representative organisations in understanding how Australia is implementing the MLC 2006.
Modernised Australian Ship Tracking and Reporting System (MASTREP) is operated by AMSA as part of the services offered by the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC Australia).
Nautical Twilight focussed on NSW state waters and therefore the interaction of the NSW maritime incident and emergency management arrangements with the National Plan for Maritime Emergencies.
This policy describes the arrangements for the provision of National air attack supervisors and National aerial observers in the event of a major marine oil pollution incident.
Guidance to be observed by officers responsible for the demobilisation of equipment, following the scaling down of an incident or completion of a response.
When dealing with vessels in distress or in need of assistance there is, at times, a requirement to find an appropriate location where necessary steps can be taken to prevent an escalation of event
Our goal at AMSA is to keep people on domestic commercial vessels safe, so that they come home to their families and friends.
Structured guidance for identifying when to stop the response to a maritime environmental emergency.
As a general statement of the law:
Mooring operations are among the most dangerous tasks carried out on board ships.
The subject matter required by each level of training is detailed in Section 18.104.22.168.1, for general awareness training, and in Section 22.214.171.124 for function-specific training.
1 July 2015 marked two years of the National System for Domestic Commercial Vessel Safety (National System).