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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: 285Number of deficiencies found: 201Number of foreign ships detained: 22
Number of Australian ships inspected: 7Number of deficiencies found: 7Number of Australian ships detained: 0
The ISM system implemented does not ensure that the vessel is:
During enclosed space entry and rescue drill the personnel responsible did not:
The drill did not comply with the requirements of Safety of Life at Sea convention (SOLAS Chapter III Regulation 19.3.6).
Port and starboard lifeboats onload release defective. Corroded onload release mechanism.Oil discharge monitoring and control system defective. Three-way valve seized in overboard position.
Safety management system implemented does not ensure that:
Issues identified related to voyage planning and execution, load line, unapproved modifications, crew competence and water ingress alarms.
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