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Index of marine orders

If you know which marine order you are looking for, find it easily in this indexed list.

Marine orders are regulations made under Commonwealth legislation.

  Marine order
  Marine order delegation

1

Marine order (administration)

2

Marine order (Australian International Shipping Register)

4

Marine order (transitional modifications)

11

Marine order (Living and working conditions on vessels)

12

Marine order (Construction—subdivision and stability, machinery and electrical installations)

15

Marine order (Construction—fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction)

16

Marine order (Load lines)

17

Marine order (chemical tankers and gas carriers)

18

Marine order (Measures to enhance maritime safety)

19

Marine order (tonnage measurement)

21

Marine order (safety and emergency arrangements)

25

Marine order (equipment—lifesaving)

27

Marine order (safety of navigation and radio equipment)

28

Marine order (Operations standards and procedures)

30

Marine order (Prevention of collisions)

31

Marine order (Vessel surveys and certification)

32

Marine order (Cargo handling equipment)

33

Marine order (Cargo and cargo handling—grain)

34

Marine order (Solid bulk cargoes)

35

Marine order (Additional safety measures for bulk carriers)

41 Marine order (Carriage of dangerous goods)

42

Marine order (Carriage, stowage and securing of cargoes and containers)

43

Marine order (Cargo and cargo handling—livestock)

44

Marine order (Safe containers)

47

Marine order (Mobile offshore drilling units)

49

Marine order (High-speed craft)

50

Marine order (Special purpose vessels)

51

Marine order (Fishing vessels)

52

Marine order (Yachts and training vessels)

53

Marine order (Vessels in polar waters)

54

Marine order (Coastal pilotage)

57

Marine order (Helicopter operations)

58

Marine order (Safe management of vessels)

60

Marine order (Floating offshore facilities)

62

Marine order (Government vessels)

63

Marine order (Vessel reporting systems)

64

Marine order (Vessel traffic services)

70

Marine order (Seafarer certification)

71

Marine order (Masters and deck officers)

72

Marine order (Engineer officers)

73

Marine order (Ratings)

74

Marine order (Masters and deck officers—yachts)

76 Marine order (Health—medical fitness)

91

Marine order (Marine pollution prevention—oil)

93

Marine order (Marine pollution prevention—noxious liquid substances)

94

Marine order (Marine pollution prevention—packaged harmful substances)

95

Marine order (Marine pollution prevention—garbage)

96

Marine order (Marine pollution prevention—sewage)

97

Marine order (Marine pollution prevention—air pollution)

98

Marine order (Marine pollution prevention—anti-fouling systems)

National Law marine orders

Marine orders are a type of regulation that allows our laws to keep pace with rapid technical and technological change in marine safety and implement Australia’s international maritime obligations.

Marine orders under the National Law set out the requirements and processes for national certificates, vessel identification, approved training organisations and administrative requirements.

  Marine order
501 Marine order (Administration – national law)
502

Marine order (Vessel identifiers – national law)

503

Marine order (Certificates of survey – national law)

504

Marine order (Certificates of operation and operation requirements – national law)

505

Marine order (Certificates of competency – national law)

507

Marine order (Load line certificates – national law)

Related information

Our regulatory plan provides details of planned changes to our regulatory instruments such as marine orders and the National Standard for Commercial Vessels.

Last Updated: 

15 June 2018