Women in maritime
This campaign promotes AMSA’s efforts to cultivate gender equity in the Australian and international maritime sectors through the showcasing of gender-diverse teams and women in maritime within AMSA and across the sector.
Watertight and weathertight integrity for ships visiting Australian ports
This campaign puts watertight and weathertight integrity in focus for ships visiting Australian ports, with information and resources including guidance on regular checks and the importance of including watertight and weathertight components in maintenance plans.
New Marine Order 505 - domestic certificates of competency
A revised qualifications framework and guidelines aim to provide national consistency, improved qualification pathways and better safety outcomes for Australian seafarers and domestic commercial vessel operators.
Construction barge safety
This campaign is focused on the importance of regularly reviewing risks as part of your safety management system to protect lives on construction barges.
APL England incident
We are responding to an incident involving the loss of about 40 containers overboard from the Singapore-flagged container ship APL England 73 km south east of Sydney.
Information for the maritime industry that will help during the time of the coronavirus.
Operation Recovery—YM Efficiency
We’re managing the salvage, recovery and disposal of containers lost overboard the YM Efficiency on 1 June 2018. You can keep track of our progress, attend a public information session, view footage and images of our underwater survey and follow the container recovery process taking place in 2020.