Consultation for the draft AMSA Mandated Practical Assessments (AMPAs) closed at midnight on Sunday 9 December 2018.
This information is for registered training organisations (RTOs) on how to become an AMSA approved final assessor for low complexity certificates of competency issued under the national law.
Seafarers are much more likely to die from injury at work. Research on vessels in Australian waters found that looking after your crew results in less accidents and better productivity.
In this issue, we discuss marine incident reporting, including:
On 1 July 2018 new survey requirements for domestic commercial vessels (DCVs) commenced.
This document should improve processes for the organisation, collection, management and delivery of geospatial data, intelligence and products into the Incident Control Centre (ICC). Each jurisdict
Inside this issue: IMO approves revision of Resolution on VTS to proceed, IALA Update, Conference 2018, Council, General Assembly, Future events, VTS Working Group, VTS in the News.
This exercise in the Torres Strait and Kaiwalagal Region (the region traditionally owned by the Kaurareg People), focused on the interaction of the Queensland maritime incident and disaster managem
As the National Regulator, we rely on the recommendations of surveyors to determine whether vessels meet the applicable safety, design, construction, and equipment standards.
In the May 2018 issue of Working Boats learn about survival at sea—what increases your chances?
These guidelines provide guidance in relation to the management of a maritime casualty.