Last updated 02/12/2019
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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 continues to be a key element in maintaining a safe international marine transport industry.
Number of foreign ships inspected: 323Number of deficiencies found: 1100Number of foreign ships detained: 34
Number of Australian ships inspected: 4Number of deficiencies found: 25Number of Australian ships detained: 0
Nine of the 24 deficiencies found are evidence that the ship does not comply with the Maritime Labour Convention article IV.Master unable to demonstrate that the ship complies with functional requirements for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS Chapter IV Regulation 4).Sewage treatment plant defective and sewage evident.
Engine room ventilation damper number 4 defective and not closing properly.
Deficiencies rectified and additional safety management system external verification audit carried out.
Engine room fire dampers defective and louvre flaps not closing fully.Water mist system defective.Rescue boat unable to be launched without main power supply.
Safety management system implemented failed to ensure that:
Safety management system implemented does not ensure that:
15ppm oil content monitor defective/out of function. Oil content monitor failed.
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