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Now available – Monthly marine incident reports

Tuesday 26 July 2022
The information you provide in your incident report plays an important part in guiding the way we improve maritime safety for everybody on the water.
Monthly incident reports

By reporting marine incidents to us, you are also meeting your reporting obligations under Australian laws.

Every month we share an overview of a domestic commercial vessel incident investigation and the safety lesson you can learn to prevent a similar incident occurring on board your vessel. 

This month's report examines an incident where an incident where a passenger vessel's swim platform gate was inadequately secured. When a passenger and toddler leant against, the two passengers to fell into the water.

Read the Safety Lessons from Marine Incident Investigation report. 

Each month we also report on the number and types of domestic commercial marine incidents reported to us. This information is broken down by state, vessel type and a description of the incident.

In July 2022, there were 66 reported incidents involving domestic commercial vessels. Of these, 11 were serious. 

Read the monthly domestic commercial vessel incident report.

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