These guidelines provide assistance to maritime administrations and associated agencies seeking reimbursement from AMSA under the National Plan for costs incurred in relation to responding to ship-
The July 2019 edition of Working Boats shines a spotlight on creating safe workplaces, as well as some examples of what can go wrong when safety isn’t at the forefront.
Relevant government agencies came together in a North-East Shipping Management Group to assess progress against the 2014 Plan.
In 2010, we developed a strategy for how we would look after our aids to navigation—Navigation Services in Australian Waters 2010-25.
The April 2019 edition of Working Boats focuses on your livelihood—looking after your people, boats and the source of your income—with a particular focus on safety, sustainability and environment.
Australia has one of the world’s largest mixed market economies and the largest continental land mass surrounded by water.
In this issue, we focus on maintenance related incidents including:
The QCPP helps to prepare vessels for transits of the coastal pilotage areas described in Marine Order 54.
While on your vessel, the inspector will go through an inspection checklist for items such as valid certificates, implementation of safety management systems and the overall condition of the vessel
In the December 2018 issue of Working Boats read about the work of Women in Seafood Australasia, the Western Abalone Diver’s Association, Sam Koncuriat—a Cervantes-based western rock lobst
The self-assessment was informed by: