Risk assessment is a well-established approach to managing risk.
Arrangements to apply where a maritime environmental emergency impacts upon the interests of another country.
The Australian Government coordination arrangement for maritime environmental emergencies provide a framework for the coordination of Australian Government departments and agencies in response to a
This notice is intended to provide general guidance on the risks associated with the operation of unpowered barges.
We publish an annual regulatory plan early in each financial year and may publish revised annual regulatory plans during the year when appropriate.
The objective of the trial was to identify opportunities and set industry benchmarks for survivability of commercial fishers at sea and to introduce commercial fishers to advances in flotation and
The routes regulated are:
Inside this issue: VTS exchange 'proof of concept' trial, IALA update, training seminar about IALA risk management toolbox, update from the VTS working group.
Discharges into the sea from a vessel of oil, oily water, decant water, or water emanating from an oily water separator is strictly regulated under Australian maritime law.
Reference: Section 2.5 of the National Plan for Maritime Environmental Emergencies
This guidance is provided for all oil spill response workers, including incident management and operational team members throughout Australia, including all State and Commonwealth jurisdictions.
Contingency planning for oil spill debris disposal before an incident and environmentally and technologically sound disposal of oil spill debris is essential for minimising the environmental damage
This information is for the medical or ophthalmic practitioner who completes one of the following forms: