Exemption 21—Marine Safety (Operator vehicular ferry-in-chains) 2017
This exemption is relevant to people who work on or who want to work on a domestic commercial vessel without the required certificate of competency.
You can apply to us for this exemption by completing and submitting the Exemption application for operator vehicular ferry-in-chains (AMSA 787).
What this exemption will allow you to do
Exemption 21 will let you perform the duties of master on a vehicular ferry-in-chains attached to the shore by cable without a certificate of competency.
To be eligible for Exemption 21, you must:
- hold a recreational boating license recognised by a state or Territory marine safety agency
- hold a first aid certificate recognised by us
- provide us with evidence that you have accrued at least 20 days on the job training.
We may impose additional restrictions on your operation depending on the condition of the waters you are operating in.
Legislation and incorporated material
- Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency—national law)
- National Standard for Commercial Vessels
- Marine Order 504 (Certificates of operation and operation requirements—national law)
- Domestic qualifications
- Certificate of competency exemptions extended to 2020
- Exemption application for operator vehicular ferry-in-chains form 787
- Fees, levies, and payments
- Equivalent first aid certificates
- Tenders and auxiliary vessels
- Exemption 21 - In force on 1 July 2013