Australian Maritime Safety Authority

Consultation

At the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), we regard consultation with our stakeholders as a way to better inform the decisions we make and to improve the quality of our policies. Our organisation’s activities and stakeholder groups are diverse, and our consultation methods are tailored accordingly. Each project aims to consult with our community effectively, thoroughly and in a way that is appropriate to the community’s needs.

Consultations at AMSA

Our consultations are guided by principles set by the Australian Government’s Office of Best Practice Regulation.
These principles recommend that a consultation project:

  • be ongoing and begin early in the policy development process;
  • aim to capture a diversity of stakeholders;
  • allow stakeholders sufficient time to provide considered responses;
  • provide stakeholders with sufficient information; and
  • have its objectives clearly explained and provide feedback on how responses have been taken into consideration

Submissions can be made by any organisation or individual to the project contacts listed on this page.

Please be aware that submissions and comments provided to us may be published or made available to the public in another manner.

Open consultations

General

Title Media/documents/links Closing date Consultation contact

None at this time

 

 

 

Marine Orders - Navigation Act/Prevention of Pollution Act

Title Media/documents/links Closing date Consultation contact
None at this time      

Marine Orders - National Law

Title Media/documents/links Closing date Consultation contact
None at this time      

National System - Standards

Title Media/documents/links Closing date Consultation contact
NSCV Part D

Draft Part D/2015

24/04/2015

Senior Officer Qualifications

Navigation Act/Prevention of Pollution Act  - Marine Order consultation process

Information on the program is made available to you

  1. Make a submission during the consultation period via the AMSA Regulatory Consultation Tool or by using the attached form:
    AMSA246 (word) [Microsoft Word IconDOC: 128Kb]
  2. When the consultation period ends, all responses are analysed and considered along with other available information to help us make decisions, develop policy or finalise regulatory changes.
  3. We provide feedback, either to you directly or in the form of a consultation report.
  4. If you have any queries about the consultation process, please direct them to the contact officer for the relevant consultation project.

National System - consultation process

Have your say during the consultation period by making a submission.

When the consultation period ends, all responses will be analysed and considered along with other available information to help us make decisions, develop policy or finalise regulatory changes.

Please submit your feedback via the AMSA Regulatory Consultation Tool or by using the attached form:

AMSA246 (word) [Microsoft Word IconDOC: 128Kb]

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