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Port State control (PSC) is an internationally agreed program for the inspection of foreign ships in other national ports. With AMSA's 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: 332Number of deficiencies found: 707Number of foreign ships detained: 14
Number of Australian ships inspected: 4Number of deficiencies found: 16Number of Australian ships detained: 0
Fire main holed at two locations on weather deck:
The safety management system has not ensured the vessel is supplied with appropriate official navigation charts for the previous voyage. The safety management system has not ensured that failures of critical equipment such as the:
are reported to the Port State as required by the Safety of Life at Sea convention.
Fire main isolating valve not closing effectively.
Starboard side engine room ventilation fan dampers (two sets of louvres) defective.
Port approach chart for intended voyage is not on board. Photocopied charts taped together.Rescue boat engine defective.
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