Availability

The individual must be certified by the State Marine Pollution Controllers as being available for:

  • Annual national NRT training and exercises as agreed in the annual program.
  • Deployment to a domestic marine pollution incident on a 10 day rotation.

Experience

The individual has relevant practical experience in the function to which they have been nominated. This experience has been attained through deployment to an incident or exercise in a relevant function in the previous 12 months, with appropriate and specific functional task experience.

Medical fitness

The individual is certified/verified by the State Marine Pollution Controllers as being fit for the duties being performed by the function to which they have been assigned.

Consideration of medical fitness for duty should conform to relevant WHS requirements.

The certification needs to be reviewed on a 12 monthly basis.

Broad capability guidance

  • Leading and Supervising - Setting direction and standards, delegating, motivating, empowering, developing others, recruiting talent.
  • Persuading and Influencing - Making an impact, gaining agreement, negotiating, persuading, convincing, promoting ideas, managing conflict.
  • Analysing - Analysing information, probing for clarity, producing solutions, making judgements, thinking systematically.
  • Presenting and Communicating Information - Speaking clearly and fluently, expressing opinions, making presentations, responding to an audience, showing credibility.
  • Planning and Organising - Setting objectives, planning, establishing contingencies, managing time, resources and people, monitoring progress.
  • Coping with Pressures and Setbacks - Coping with pressure, keeping emotions under control, balancing work and personal life, keeping optimistic, handling criticism.
  • Work in Teams

Minimum competency requirements (Public Safety Training package)

Availability

The individual must be certified by the State Marine Pollution Controllers as being available for:

  • Annual national NRT training and exercises as agreed in the annual program.
  • Deployment to a domestic marine pollution incident on a 10 day rotation.

Experience

The individual has relevant practical experience in the function to which they have been nominated. This experience has been attained through deployment to an incident or exercise in a relevant function in the previous 12 months, with appropriate and specific functional task experience.

Medical fitness

The individual is certified/verified by the State Marine Pollution Controllers as being fit for the duties being performed by the function to which they have been assigned.

Consideration of medical fitness for duty should conform to relevant WHS requirements.

The certification needs to be reviewed on a 12 monthly basis.

Broad capability guidance

  • Leading and Supervising - Setting direction and standards, delegating, motivating, empowering, developing others, recruiting talent.
  • Persuading and Influencing - Making an impact, gaining agreement, negotiating, persuading, convincing, promoting ideas, managing conflict.
  • Analysing - Analysing information, probing for clarity, producing solutions, making judgements, thinking systematically.
  • Presenting and Communicating Information - Speaking clearly and fluently, expressing opinions, making presentations, responding to an audience, showing credibility.
  • Planning and Organising - Setting objectives, planning, establishing contingencies, managing time, resources and people, monitoring progress.
  • Coping with Pressures and Setbacks - Coping with pressure, keeping emotions under control, balancing work and personal life, keeping optimistic, handling criticism.
  • Work in Teams

Minimum competency requirements (Public Safety Training package)

Competency Function
  Incident Control Adviser Planning Intelligence Operations Logistics

Team Leader

(Shoreline)

Team Leader

(Offshore)

Incident Control Level 3 X            
Incident Control Level 2 (equivalent to IMO III) X            
Planning (equivalent to IMO II)   X X        
Operations (equivalent to IMO II)       X      
Logistics (equivalent to IMO II)         X    
Decision Making in Oil Spill Response (equivalent to IMO II) X X X X X    
Basic Equipment Operations (equivalent to IMO I)             X
Advanced Equipment Operations (equivalent to IMO I)             X
Shoreline Response (equivalent to IMO I) or AMOSC Shoreline course           X  
AIIMS X X X X X X X
Marine Radio             X
Elements of Ship-board Safety             O
First Aid       O O O O

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X – Required O – Preferred