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Port State control (PSC) is an internationally agreed program for the inspection of foreign ships in other national ports. With our extensive program of inspection and survey, PSC is a key element in maintaining a safe international marine transport industry.
Number of foreign ships inspected: 292Number of deficiencies found: 725Number of foreign ships detained: 15
Number of Australian ships inspected: 2Number of deficiencies found: 1Number of Australian ships detained: 0
Seafarer records of rest entered and signed by someone other than the seafarer concerned and were not reflective of actual hours worked.
Seafarers not issued with copies of individual records. (Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 (Regulation. 2.3, Standard. A2.3.12))Crew member on board for greater than 12 months. (MLC 2006 (Regulation 2.5, Standard. A2.5.1))Significant rest period violations for engine room personnel during May 2016. (MLC 2006 (Regulation 2.3, Standard. A 2.3.5))Oil residues in number 2 starboard DB water ballast tank.Positions not plotted as per voyage plan for navigation across Indian Ocean to Australia and for pilotage for arrival and departure Sydney on previous voyage. Large scale charts not used for coastal navigation.
Port lifeboat hydrostatic interlock lever defective.Sewage treatment plant defective with the plate separating second and third stage corroded and holed.