Marine Order 4 (Transitional modifications) 2013

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AMSA MO 2013/3
Marine Order 4 (Transitional modifications) 2013
I, Graham Peachey, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, make this Order under subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act 2012.
16 May 2013
 Graham Peachey
Chief Executive Officer        
1                          Name of Order............................................................................................... 3
2                          Commencement............................................................................................ 3
3                          Modification of orders.................................................................................... 3
Schedule 1      Marine Order 1, issue 2................................................................................... 3
Schedule 2      Marine Orders Part 3, issue 6......................................................................... 15
Schedule 3      Marine Orders Part 6, issue 5......................................................................... 36
Schedule 4      Marine Orders Part 9, issue 6......................................................................... 42
Schedule 5      Marine Orders Part 12, issue 3....................................................................... 48
Schedule 6      Marine Orders Part 15, issue 5....................................................................... 54
Schedule 7      Marine Orders Part 16, issue 3....................................................................... 57
Schedule 8      Marine Orders Part 17, issue 6....................................................................... 77
Schedule 9      Marine Orders Part 18, issue 4....................................................................... 84
Schedule 10    Marine Orders Part 19, issue 4....................................................................... 89
Schedule 11    Marine Orders Part 21, issue 8....................................................................... 93
Schedule 12    Marine Orders Part 25, issue 7..................................................................... 108
Schedule 13    Marine Orders Part 27, issue 4..................................................................... 113
Schedule 14    Marine Order 28, issue 4.............................................................................. 119
Schedule 15    Marine Orders Part 30, issue 8..................................................................... 122
Schedule 16    Marine Orders Part 31, issue 6..................................................................... 124
Schedule 17    Marine Orders Part 32, issue 3..................................................................... 136
Schedule 18    Marine Orders Part 33, issue 4..................................................................... 145
Schedule 19    Marine Orders Part 34, issue 6..................................................................... 150
Schedule 20    Marine Orders Part 35, issue 2..................................................................... 156
Schedule 21    Marine Orders Part 41, issue 10................................................................... 159
Schedule 22    Marine Orders Part 42, issue 2..................................................................... 169
Schedule 23    Marine Orders Part 43, issue 6..................................................................... 175
Schedule 24    Marine Orders Part 44, issue 5..................................................................... 197
Schedule 25    Marine Orders Part 47, issue 3..................................................................... 201
Schedule 26    Marine Orders Part 49, issue 5..................................................................... 209
Schedule 27    Marine Orders Part 50, issue 6..................................................................... 214
Schedule 28    Marine Orders Part 51, issue 1..................................................................... 218
Schedule 29    Marine Orders Part 52, issue 2..................................................................... 222
Schedule 30    Marine Orders Part 54, issue 5..................................................................... 227
Schedule 31    Marine Orders Part 55, issue 2..................................................................... 238
Schedule 32    Marine Orders Part 56, issue 2..................................................................... 240
Schedule 33    Marine Orders Part 57, issue 3..................................................................... 243
Schedule 34    Marine Orders Part 58, issue 2..................................................................... 246
Schedule 35    Marine Order 59, issue 2.............................................................................. 251
Schedule 36    Marine Order 60, issue 2.............................................................................. 254
Schedule 37    Marine Order 62, issue 1.............................................................................. 261
Schedule 38    Marine Order 91, issue 5.............................................................................. 264
Schedule 39    Marine Orders Part 93, issue 5..................................................................... 271
Schedule 40    Marine Orders Part 94, issue 5..................................................................... 280
Schedule 41    Marine Orders Part 96, issue 2..................................................................... 283
Schedule 42    Marine Orders Part 97, issue 1..................................................................... 290
 
 
 
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 4 (Transitional modifications) 2013.
2          Commencement
        (1)     This Order commences on 1 July 2013.
        (2)     However, for Schedules 7 and 16, Division 2 commences immediately after Division 1.
3          Modification of orders
                 For subsection 343(2) of the Navigation Act 2012, each order mentioned in the title of a Schedule has effect with the modifications of the order mentioned in the Schedule.
Note 1   Marine Orders Part 11 (Substandard ships) is not supported by the Navigation Act 2012 and is not being modified. It therefore ceases to have effect on 1 July 2013. However, a new Marine Order 11 (Living and working conditions on vessels) 2013 commences on 1 July 2013. It combines the material formerly in Marine Orders Part 10 (Medical first aid on ships), Marine Orders Part 14 (Accommodation) and Marine Orders Part 53 (Employment of crews), which also are not being modified and therefore cease to have effect on 1 July 2013.
Note 2   Marine Orders Part 61 (Safe working on board ships) is also not supported by the Navigation Act 2012 and is not being modified. It therefore ceases to have effect on 1 July 2013. The effect of the order is dealt with under the Occupational Health and Safety (Maritime Industry) Act 1993.
Note 3   Provisions of some orders as in force immediately before 1 July 2013 were made under both the Navigation Act 1912 and the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983 and are modified by this Order to the extent that they were made under the Navigation Act 1912.  Therefore, from 1 July 2013, the text of those provisions to the extent that they were made under the Navigation Act 1912 (and modified) will differ from the text of the provisions to the extent that they were made under the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983.
Note 4   The orders as modified do not constitute compilations for the Legislative Instruments Act 2003. Compilations of the modified orders are available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
Schedule 1    Marine Order 1, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Section 4
substitute
4          Purpose
                 The purpose of this Order is:
(a)   to facilitate the consistency and shortening of Marine Orders by setting out:
             (i)  rules of interpretation that generally apply to all Marine Orders; and
            (ii)  generic provisions that a Marine Order may adopt; and
(b)   to prescribe recognised organisations; and
(c)   to prescribe matters for the Navigation Act arrangements for vessels to opt in to coverage under the Navigation Act; and
(d)   to provide for the enforcement of civil penalty provisions in Marine Orders.
4A       Power
    4A.1     Paragraph 25(2)(d) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to prescribe matters of which AMSA must be satisfied before, by written instrument, making an opt-in declaration for a vessel.
    4A.2     Subsection 26(2) of the Navigation Act provides that if AMSA is satisfied of matters prescribed by the regulations AMSA is to revoke an opt- in declaration for a vessel if requested by the owner, or any of the owners.
    4A.3     Subsection 305(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to provide for a person who is alleged to have contravened a civil penalty provision to pay a penalty as an alternative to civil proceedings.
    4A.4     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
    4A.5     Paragraph 339(2)(o) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made providing for regulations of a transitional nature arising out of the enactment of the Navigation Act or the repeal of the Navigation Act 1912.
    4A.6     Paragraph 341(3)(b) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made providing for review of decisions under the regulations.
    4A.7     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may, by legislative instrument, make a Marine Order with respect to any matter for which provision must or may be made by the regulations.
[2]       Section 5, definition of Act
omit
[3]       Section 5, definition of surveyor
substitute
Marine Order means an order made under subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act, section 24 of the AFS Act or section 34 of the Pollution Prevention Act.
[4]       Sections 6 and 7
substitute
6          Definitions
                 In a Marine Order, unless otherwise provided:
AFS Act means the Protection of the Sea (Harmful Anti-fouling Systems) Act 2006.
Area Manager means the person occupying the AMSA position of:
(a)   Manager, Ship Safety Division — North; or
(b)   Manager, Ship Safety Division — South; or
(c)   Manager, Ship Safety Division — East; or
(d)   Manager, Ship Safety Division — West.
Australian fishing vessel means a fishing vessel that is registered or entitled to be registered, in Australia.
Australian General Shipping Register has the same meaning as in subsection 3(1) of the Shipping Registration Act 1981.
Australian International Shipping Register has the same meaning as in subsection 3(1) of the Shipping Registration Act 1981.
cargo vessel has the meaning given to cargo ship in Regulation 2 of Chapter 1 of SOLAS.
fishing operations means:
(a)   the taking, catching or capturing of fish for trading or manufacturing purposes; and
(b)   the processing or carrying of the fish that are taken, caught or captured.
fishing vessel means a vessel that:
(a)   is used wholly or principally for fishing operations; and
(b)   is not:
             (i)  a customs vessel; or
            (ii)  a government vessel; or
           (iii)  a recreational vessel; or
           (iv)  a domestic commercial vessel.
Note   The vessels mentioned in paragraph (b) are defined in the Navigation Act — see s 14(1) of the Act.
General Manager, Emergency Response Division means the person occupying the position of General Manager, Emergency Response Division, AMSA.
General Manager, Marine Environment Division means the person occupying the position of General Manager, Marine Environment Division, AMSA.
General Manager, Ship Safety Division means the person occupying the position of General Manager, Ship Safety Division, AMSA.
IMO means the International Maritime Organization.
length, for a vessel, has the same meaning as in the International Convention on Load Lines, 1966, as amended by the Protocol of 1988 relating to the International Convention on Load Lines, 1966.
Manager, Marine Environment Standards means the person occupying the position of Manager, Marine Environment Standards, AMSA.
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration means the person occupying the position of Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration, AMSA.
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications means the person occupying the position of Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications, AMSA.
MARPOL — see subsection 3(1) of the Pollution Prevention Act, meaning of the Convention.
national law — see section 14 of the Navigation Act, meaning of Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law.
National Standard for Commercial Vessels (or NSCV) — see section 6 of the national law, meaning of National Standard for Commercial Vessels.
natural resources means the mineral and other non-living resources of the seabed and its subsoil.
Navigation Act means the Navigation Act 2012.
offshore industry mobile unit means:
(a)   a vessel or structure that is used or intended to be used wholly or primarily in, or in any operations or activities associated with, or incidental to, exploring or exploiting natural resources by drilling the seabed or its subsoil or by obtaining substantial quantities of material from the seabed or its subsoil, with equipment that is on or forms part of the vessel or structure; or
(b)   a barge or similar vessel that is used or intended to be used wholly or primarily in connection with the construction, maintenance or repair of offshore industry fixed structures.
offshore support vessel means a vessel, other than an offshore industry mobile unit, that is used or intended to be used in any operations or activities associated with, or incidental to, exploring or exploiting natural resources.
passenger vessel has the same meaning as passenger ship in Regulation 2 of Chapter I of SOLAS.
Pollution Prevention Act means the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983.
SOLAS has the same meaning as Safety Convention in section 14 of the Navigation Act.-
STCW Code means the Seafarers’ Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) Code as adopted by resolution of the 2010 Conference of Parties to the STCW Convention.
Note    The resolution mentioned in the definition of STCW Code forms part of a package of amendments (the Manila amendments) made by the 2010 Conference of the Parties to the STCW Convention (STCW/CONF.2/34).
structure, for paragraph (a) of the definition of offshore industry mobile unit,  means a structure that is:
(a)   not a vessel; and
(b)   able to float or be floated; and
(c)   able to move or be moved as an entity from place to place.
USL Code means the Uniform Shipping Laws Code adopted by the Australian Transport Council established by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and as in force from time to time.
Note 1   Other terms used in Marine Orders have the same meaning they have in the Act or Acts under which they are made — see s 14(1) of the Navigation Act, s 3 of the AFS Act and s 3 of the Pollution Prevention Act.
Note 2   The term owner is defined in s 14(1) of the Navigation Act. It includes the person with overall general control and management of the operation of a vessel. This is equivalent to a Company defined in paragraph .25 of regulation I/1 of the STCW Convention, regulation IX-1 of SOLAS and paragraph 1.1.2 of Part A of the International Safety Management Code (ISM Code) of the IMO.
7          Recognised organisations
                 For the definition of recognised organisation in section 14 of the Navigation Act, each corporation or association mentioned in Schedule 1 is prescribed.
[5]       Section 10, notes 1 and 2
substitute
Note 1   Subregulation 4 of the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Orders Regulations 1994 provides that a person who fails to comply with a provision of an Order made under subsection 34(1) of the Act that is expressed to be a penal provision is guilty of an offence punishable by a fine not exceeding 50 penalty units. Subregulation 4(2) provides that an offence against subregulation 4(1) is an offence of strict liability. Regulation 4 of the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Orders Regulations 1994 provides similarly about provisions of Orders made under the Pollution Prevention Act. Section 24 of the AFS Act provides that Orders made under that Act cannot impose penalties for contravention of the Orders.
Note 2   Orders made under the Navigation Act (unlike those made under the Navigation Act  1912)  may directly impose penalties for contravention of an Order or of a notice, direction etc given under an Order — see Navigation Act, s 341(1)(a) and s 342(1). Penalties cannot be more than 50 penalty units for an individual or 250 penalty units for a body corporate — see Navigation Act, s 341(1)(a) and Crimes Act 1914, s 4B. Orders may also impose civil penalties — see Navigation Act, s 341(1)(b).
Note 3    For the value of a penalty unit — see Crimes Act 1914, s 4AA.
Note 4    For an act or omission constituting an offence under 2 or more laws — see Crimes Act 1914, s 4C.
[6]       Division 4
substitute
Division 4     Approved forms
20        Approved forms
                 If AMSA approves a form for a particular purpose in an Order, the approved form must be used for that purpose.
Note 1   AMSA may, in writing, approve a form for a provision of an Order made under the Navigation Act or the Pollution Prevention Act — see Navigation Act, s 338 and definition of this Act in s14(1), and Pollution Prevention Act, s3A and definition of this Act in s3(1).
Note 2   Approved forms are available on the AMSA website at http://www.amsa.gov.au/forms.
Division 5     Opting in to coverage
21        Opt-in declaration — prescribed matters
     21.1     An application under subsection 25(1) of the Navigation Act for an opt-in declaration must be in the approved form.
Note 1   See section 20 for information about approved forms.
Note 2   AMSA may determine fees for processing applications — see section 47 of the AMSA Act.
     21.2     For paragraph 25(2)(d) of the Navigation Act, other matters of which AMSA must be satisfied are the following:
(a)   the vessel is in class with a recognised organisation and is maintained in accordance with the requirements of the recognised organisation for the class;
(b)   the vessel is not any of the following:
             (i)  a recreational vessel;
            (ii)  a Class 1E vessel;
           (iii)  a Class 2D or 2E vessel;
           (iv)  a Class 3B, 3C, 3D or 3E vessel;
            (v)  a Class 4C, 4D or 4E vessel;
(c)   if AMSA considers that the vessel must be inspected before making a decision on the application —the vessel has been inspected by an inspector;
(d)   if the vessel is a Class 1B or 2B vessel —it complies after 19 August 2013 with each requirement of the Maritime Labour Convention that applies to a vessel of its size;
(e)   the vessel complies with the safety management requirements mentioned in section 7 of Marine Order 58 (International Safety Management Code) 2002 or the operation requirements that apply to the vessel under NSCV Part E — Operations.
Note 1   For paragraph (b), vessels are assigned a service category according to the nature of vessel’s use and operational areas — see clause 3.5.1 of Part B of the NSCV.
Note 2   Opt-in declarations are made by AMSA under subsection 25(2) of the Navigation Act. AMSA must be satisfied of the matters mentioned in subsection 21.1, together with other things mentioned in subsection 25(2), before making a declaration. AMSA may revoke a declaration under subsection 26(4) of the Navigation Act if no longer satisfied of these matters.
Note 3   For review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of decisions made under the Navigation Act — see section 313 of the Navigation Act.
22        Revocation of opt-in declaration — prescribed matters
                 For subsection 26(2) of the Navigation Act, other matters of which AMSA must be satisfied are the following:
(a)   the vessel has not been maintained in accordance with the requirements of the recognised organisation with which it is in class;
(b)   the vessel does not, after 30 days after commencement of the opt-in declaration for the vessel, comply with the requirements of the Navigation Act, including certification requirements, that apply to a vessel of its size and class;
(c)   the vessel does not comply with any other condition that AMSA has applied to the declaration.
Note   AMSA must revoke an opt-in declaration for a vessel if the owner, or any of the owners, of the vessel requests, and AMSA is satisfied of the matters mentioned in this section — see subsection 26(2) of the Navigation Act.
Division 6     Infringement notices
23        When infringement notice can be given
                 If there are reasonable grounds for believing that a person has contravened a civil penalty provision, AMSA or an inspector may give to the person an infringement notice for the infringement notice penalty of one-fifth of the maximum penalty that a court could impose on the person for contravention of the provision.
24        Contents of infringement notice
     24.1     The notice must include the following information:
(a)   the name and address of the person given the notice;
(b)   if the person is an individual — the person’s date of birth;
(c)   the provision of the Navigation Act, Marine Orders or the regulations that is alleged to have been contravened;
(d)   details of the alleged contravention, including:
             (i)  the day and, if known, the time when it is alleged to have occurred; and
            (ii)  the place where it is alleged to have occurred;
(e)   the maximum penalty that may be imposed by a court for the alleged contravention;
(f)    the amount payable as the infringement notice penalty;
(g)   a statement that the person can apply to AMSA for an extension of time to pay under section 27;
(h)   a statement that the person may pay a penalty as an alternative to civil proceedings:
             (i)  before the end of 28 days after the day the notice is given; or
            (ii)  if a further period is allowed by AMSA under section 27 — before the end of the further period; or
           (iii)  if payment by instalments is permitted by the AMSA under section 28 — in accordance with the permission;
(i)    how and where the infringement notice penalty may be paid;
(j)    a statement that if, before the end of 28 days after service of the notice, the person tells AMSA, in the way set out in the notice, about any facts or matters that the person thinks should be taken into account for the contravention and asks that AMSA withdraw the notice in accordance with section 29;
             (i)  time for payment of the penalty will be extended to the extent necessary for a decision to be made about those facts or matters; and
            (ii)   AMSA must consider the matters mentioned in section 29;
(k)   a statement that, if the infringement notice penalty is paid in time:
             (i)  the person’s liability for the contravention is discharged; and
            (ii)  further proceedings cannot be taken against the person for the contravention.
(l)    a statement to the effect that, if none of the things mentioned in paragraph (h) or (j) is done within the time specified, the person may be proceeded against for the alleged contravention and may be found liable for an amount up to the maximum penalty for the contravention;
(m)  the name or identifying number of the person who gave the notice.
     24.2     An infringement notice may contain any other information that AMSA or the inspector considers necessary.
25        Giving the notice
     25.1     The notice must be given to the person within 12 months after the alleged contravention occurred.
     25.2     The notice must be given by:
(a)   handing the notice to the person; or
(b)   mailing it to the person’s last known address; or
(c)   leaving it at the person’s last known address with a person apparently over 16 years old; or
(d)   if the person is a body corporate:
             (i)  mailing it to the registered office of the person; or
            (ii)  leaving it at the registered office of the person with a person apparently over 16 years old.
26        Time for payment of penalty
                 The penalty stated in an infringement notice must be paid within:
(a)   28 days after the day when the notice is given to the recipient; or
(b)   another period mentioned in this Order.
27        Extension of time to pay
     27.1     On written application by a person to whom an infringement notice has been given, AMSA may grant, if satisfied that in all the circumstances it is reasonable to do so, a further period for payment of the infringement notice penalty, whether or not it is more than 28 days after the notice was given.
     27.2     If application is made after 28 days after the notice was given, the application must include an explanation why the person issued the notice could not deal with the notice within that period.
     27.3     AMSA must:
(a)   grant or refuse a further period; and
(b)   give the applicant written notice of the decision; and
(c)   if the decision is a refusal — mention in the notice the reasons for refusal.
     27.4     The person must pay the penalty:
(a)   if a further period is granted — before the end of that period; or
(b)   if the decision is a refusal — before the end of the later of:
             (i)  7 days after receiving notice of the refusal; or
            (ii)  the 28 day period.
28        Payment by instalments
     28.1     On written application by a person to whom an infringement notice has been given, AMSA may make an arrangement with a person to whom an infringement notice has been given (whether or not the period of 28 days after the date of giving the notice has ended) for payment of the amount of the infringement notice penalty by instalments.
     28.2     AMSA must:
(a)   grant or refuse to make an arrangement; and
(b)   give the applicant written notice of the decision; and
(c)   if the decision is a refusal — mention in the notice the reasons for refusal.
     28.3     The person must pay the penalty:
(a)   if an arrangement is made — in accordance with the arrangement; or
(b)   if the decision is a refusal — before the end of the later of:
             (i)  the 28 day period; or
            (ii)  7 days after receiving the notice of the refusal.
29        Withdrawal of infringement notice
     29.1     Whether or not a notice is received under subsection 29.2, AMSA, if satisfied that in all the circumstances it is proper to do so, may withdraw an infringement notice.
     29.2     Before the end of 28 days after receiving the infringement notice, the recipient may apply, in writing, to AMSA for it to be withdrawn.
     29.3     Within 28 days after receiving the application, AMSA must:
(a)   withdraw, or refuse to withdraw, the notice; and
(b)   give the applicant written notice of the decision; and
(c)   if the decision is a refusal — mention in the notice the reasons for the refusal.
     29.4     In making a decision, AMSA must consider:
(a)   the facts or matters mentioned in the application; and
(b)   the circumstances in which the contravention of the Navigation Act mentioned in the notice is alleged to have occurred; and
(c)   whether the person has been found previously to have contravened a civil penalty provision in the Navigation Act; and
(d)   whether an infringement notice has previously been given to the person for an contravention of the same kind as that mentioned in the notice; and
(e)   any other matter AMSA considers relevant to the decision.
     29.5     If an infringement notice is withdrawn, any amount of infringement notice penalty paid under the notice must be repaid to the person who paid it.
30        Notice of refusal
                 If AMSA decides to refuse to withdraw an infringement notice, notice of the decision must state:
(a)   that if the amount of the infringement notice penalty is paid within 28 days after notice of the decision is given to the person, the person will not be prosecuted for the alleged contravention; and
(b)   that if the amount is not paid, the person may be prosecuted for the alleged contravention.
31        Payment of penalty if infringement notice not withdrawn
                 If AMSA refuses to withdraw an infringement notice, the applicant for withdrawal must pay the infringement notice penalty before the end of the 28 days after receiving notice of the refusal.
32        Effect of payment of infringement notice penalty
     32.1     If a person who is given an infringement notice pays the infringement notice penalty in accordance with this Division:
(a)   the person’s liability for the contravention is discharged; and
(b)   further civil proceedings cannot be taken against the person for the contravention; and
(c)   the person is not taken to have done the contravention.
     32.2     Subsection 32.1 applies to a person who makes an arrangement to pay the infringement notice penalty by instalments, only if the person makes payments in accordance with the arrangement.
33        Admissions under subsection 29.2
                 Evidence of an admission made by a person in an application under subsection 29.2 is inadmissible in proceedings against the person for the alleged contravention.
34        Matter not to be taken into account in determining penalty
     34.1     This section applies if a person who is given an infringement notice:
(a)   elects not to pay the infringement notice penalty; and
(b)   is found by an eligible court to have contravened the civil penalty provision mentioned in the notice.
     34.2     In determining the penalty to be imposed, the court must not take into account the fact that the person chose not to pay the infringement notice penalty.
35        Evidence for hearing
     35.1     At the hearing of proceedings for an alleged contravention mentioned in an infringement notice, the following certificates are evidence of the facts stated in the certificate:
(a)   a certificate signed by AMSA or an inspector stating that:
             (i)  the notice was given to the person alleged to have done the contravention; and
            (ii)  the infringement notice penalty has not been paid in accordance with this Division;
(b)   a certificate signed by AMSA or an inspector and stating that the notice was withdrawn on a day mentioned in the certificate;
(c)   a certificate signed by AMSA and stating that:
             (i)  a further period was refused, under section 27, for payment of the infringement notice penalty; and
            (ii)  the infringement notice penalty has not been paid in accordance with this Division;
(d)   a certificate signed by AMSA and stating that a notice, a copy of which is attached to the certificate, was given on the day mentioned in the certificate;
(e)   a certificate signed by AMSA and stating that:
             (i)  for section 27, the further time mentioned in the certificate for payment of the infringement notice penalty was granted; and
            (ii)  the infringement notice penalty was not paid in accordance with the notice or within the further time.
     35.2     A certificate that purports to have been signed by AMSA or an inspector is taken to have been signed by that person unless the contrary has been proved.
36        Infringement notice not compulsory, etc
                 Nothing in this Division is taken:
(a)   to require that a person suspected of having contravened a civil penalty provision in the Navigation Act be given an infringement notice; or
(b)   to affect the liability of a person to be prosecuted for an alleged contravention, if:
             (i)  an infringement notice is not given to the person for the contravention; or
            (ii)  an infringement notice is given, and withdrawn; or
(c)   to limit the penalty that may be imposed by a court on a person for the contravention.
Division 7     Transitional matters
37        Certificates
     37.1     For paragraph 339(2)(o) of the Navigation Act, a certificate of a kind mentioned in the table that was in force under the provision of the Navigation Act 1912 mentioned in the table immediately before the repeal of the Navigation Act 1912 has effect as if it was a certificate issued under the corresponding provision of the Navigation Act until the earlier of:
(a)   the date that the certificate would have expired under the Navigation Act 1912; or
(b)   if the certificate is revoked  — the date of revocation.
Navigation Act 1912 provision
Kind of certificate
Corresponding provision of Navigation Act

Subsection 194(4)
Certificate of survey
Section 100

Subsection 194(4)
Certificate of equipment
Section 100

Subsections 206D(1) and (3)
Passenger ship safety certificate
Section 100

Subsections 206D(2) and (4)
Passenger ship short voyage safety certificate
Section 100

Section 206E
Cargo ship safety construction certificate
Section 100

Section 206F
Cargo ship safety equipment certificate
Section 100

Section 206G
Cargo ship safety radio certificate
Section 100

Section 206GA
Cargo ship safety certificate
Section 100

Section 206H
Exemption certificate
Section 100

Section 206J
Nuclear passenger ship safety certificate
Section 100

Section 206K
Nuclear cargo ship safety certificate
Section 100

Section 206M
Certificate (foreign ship)
Section 319

Section 222
Load line certificate
Section 100

Section 223
International Load Line Exemption Certificate
Section 100

Section 267B
Ship construction certificate
Section 132

Section 267C
International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate
Section 132

Section 267Q
Chemical tanker construction certificate
Section 132

Section 267ZG
International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate
Section 132

Section 267ZW
Air pollution prevention certificate
Section 132

Section 405F
Tonnage measurement certificate
Section 155

     37.2     However, a tonnage measurement certificate issued under section 405F of the Navigation Act 1912 that is a perpetual certificate has continued effect as if it was a certificate issued under section 155 of the Navigation Act unless it is revoked.
38        Things done
     38.1     For paragraph 339(2)(o) of the Navigation Act, a thing done under a provision of the Navigation Act 1912, that is of a kind mentioned in the table that was in force immediately before the repeal of the Navigation Act 1912, has effect under the corresponding provision of the Navigation Act or a Marine Order until the earlier of:
(a)   the date that the thing done would have expired under the Navigation Act 1912; or
(b)   if the thing done is revoked —— the date of revocation.
Navigation Act 1912 provision
Kind of thing done
Corresponding provision of Navigation Act or Marine Order

Subsection 14(1)
Order about minimum complement required for a ship
Subsection 51(1) of the Navigation Act

Subsection 123(1)
Appointment of Medical Inspector of Seamen
Section 8A of Marine Order 9

     38.2     For paragraph 339(3)(b) of the Navigation Act, each of the following things done under the Navigation Act 1912 that was in force immediately before the repeal of the Navigation Act 1912, has effect under the Navigation Act unless it is revoked:
(a)   an order under subsection 427(2) about the Uniform Shipping Laws Code;
(b)   an order under subsection 427(3) about the National Standard for Commercial Vessels.
[7]       Schedule 1, heading
substitute
Schedule 1    Recognised organisations
(section 7)
[8]       Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1
1, issue 2
1 (Administration) 2011

Subsection 11.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 12.1, note 2
section 338 of the Criminal Code.
subsections 136.1 and 137.1 of the Criminal Code.

Subsections 18.2, 18.3 and 18.4
Maritime Operations
Ship Safety

Schedule 1, note
bodies
organisations

Schedule 1, note
classification societies
recognised organisations

Schedule 2    Marine Orders Part 3, issue 6
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 3 (Seafarer qualifications) 2004.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order:
(a)   specifies standards of competence and other conditions to be met by a person performing the duties or functions of a seafarer under the Navigation Act; and
(b)   provides for seafarer certificates; and
(c)   gives effect to the STCW Convention.
1B       Power
     1B.1     Part 2 of Chapter 2 of the Navigation Act generally provides for the regulations to provide for applications for, and dealings with, seafarer certificates.
     1B.2     Section 28 of the Navigation Act provides for the regulations to provide for seafarer certificates, including giving effect to the STCW Convention.
     1B.3     Subsection 31(2) provides that a seafarer certificate is subject to conditions prescribed in the regulations.
     1B.4     Section 314 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may prescribe certain matters for certificates.
     1B.5     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Navigation Act.
     1B.6     Paragraph 340(1)(h) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made giving effect to the STCW Convention.
     1B.7     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides for the making of Marine Orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by the regulations.
[2]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[3]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA and General Manager
omit
[4]       Section 2, definition of endorsement
substitute
endorsement  means an endorsement mentioned in sections D and L, other than an STCW Endorsement.
[5]       Section 2, definition of International Safety Management Code
substitute
International Safety Management Code — see section 2 of Marine Order 58 (International Safety Management Code) 2002.
[6]       Section 2, definitions of Manager, Navigation Act, NSCV, penal provision, STCW Code, STCW Convention and USL
omit
[7]       Section 2, definition of valid, footnote 3
substitute as note to definition
Note   Marine Order 9 (Health — medical fitness) 2010 requires a person to hold a valid Certificate of Medical Fitness to serve at sea.
[8]       Section 2, after definition of WIG craft
insert
Note 1   Terms used in this Order have the same meaning that they have in the Navigation Act, including:
•                     AMSA
•                     marine incident
•                     master
•                     owner
•                     seafarer
•                     STCW Convention
•                     Tonnage Convention.
Note 2   Some terms used in this Order are defined or explained in Marine Order 1
(Administration) 2011, including:
•              General Manager, Ship Safety Division
•              Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
•              Navigation Act
•              offshore industry mobile unit
•              SOLAS
•              STCW Code.
[9]       Subsection 3.2
omit
[10]     Sections 5 and 6
substitute
5          Review of decisions
                 A decision under section 10 is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note   For review of decisions by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal made under the Navigation Act — see section 313 of the Navigation Act.
6          Kinds of seafarer certificates
6.1       Seafarer certificates that may be applied for
    6.1.1     For section 30(1) of the Navigation Act, a kind of seafarer certificate is a certificate that is:
(a)   a certificate of a particular designation or grade that belongs to the following classes of certificate:
             (i)  certificate of competency;
            (ii)  certificate of  proficiency (integrated rating);
           (iii)  certificate of rating; or
(b)   a WIG Officer Certificate; or
(c)   a certificate of proficiency as ship security officer; or
(d)   a certificate of proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats; or
(e)   a certificate of safety training; or
(f)    a certificate of recognition; or
(g)   an endorsement, which may be included in a certificate.
6.2       Seafarer certificates required to be held
    6.2.1     For section 35(1) of the Navigation Act, a person must hold a particular seafarer certificate for performance of duties or functions mentioned in sections D, E, F, G, H, I, J and L of this Order.
    6.2.2     For section 35(1) of the Navigation Act, a person who performing specific duties or functions related to cargo or cargo equipment on tankers must hold:
(a)   a certificate of competency as Master, deck officer or engineer officer; or
(b)   a certificate of proficiency (integrated rating); or
(c)   a certificate of rating as Able Seaman, Deck Rating or Engine Room Rating.
Note   Section 35(1) of the Navigation Act provides that a person must not perform duties or functions in relation to an Australian regulated vessel if the person does not hold particular seafarer certificate required to perform those duties or functions.
[11]     Subsections 7.3, 7.4 and 7.5
substitute
       7.3     An offence against subsection 7.2 is a strict liability offence.
       7.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.2.
Civil penalty: 50 penalty units.
[12]     Section 8
substitute
8          Criteria for, and conditions imposed on, the issue of seafarer certificates
                 For section 31 of the Navigation Act:
(a)   the criteria for the issue of a seafarer’s certificate are those mentioned for the certificate in section C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K or L; and
(b)   the conditions that may be imposed on the issue of a seafarer certificate are those mentioned for the certificate in section CA, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K or L.
[13]     After subsection 9.4
insert
9.5       Duration of endorsements
    9.5.1     An endorsement as a responsible officer on tankers, mentioned in section 48, remains current for 5 years.
    9.5.2     A type rating endorsement for high speed craft, mentioned in section 49, remains current for:
(a)   2 years; or
(b)   a shorter period, or for a voyage or voyages, mentioned in the endorsement.
[14]     Section 9, footnote 6
substitute as note at foot of subsection 9.2.1
Note   A lesser period may be appropriate, eg if the applicant intends to work for a limited period on a regulated Australian vessel.
[15]     Before subsection 10.1
insert
  10.1A     If the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications is satisfied that an applicant has met the eligibility criteria mentioned in this Order for the revalidation of a seafarer certificate, the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications will revalidate that seafarer certificate accordingly.
[16]     After subsection 10.3
insert
  10.3A     An endorsement as a responsible officer on tankers, mentioned in section 49, is eligible to have the endorsement revalidated if the holder:
(a)   has approved sea service, performing functions appropriate to the endorsement, of at least 3 months in total during the 5 years before the application date; or
(b)   has satisfactorily completed the appropriate course of training mentioned in subsection 49.2.3 within the 12 months before the application date.
   10.3B     The holder of a type rating endorsement for high speed craft, mentioned in section 50, is eligible to have the endorsement revalidated if the holder:
(a)   has approved sea service of at least 6 months within the preceding 2 years on high speed craft of the type and on the route to which the endorsement applies; or
(b)   has within the year immediately before the application for revalidation satisfactorily completed an approved training program for high speed craft operation.
[17]     Subsection 11.1.2
omit
(a)   cancelling it; or
[18]     After subsection 11.1.4
insert
  11.1.5     For section 33 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revoking a seafarer certificate are that:
(a)   the holder of a seafarer certificate has demonstrated incompetence or misconduct relating to the safe navigation, management or working of a vessel; or
(b)   the holder of a seafarer certificate is unable from any cause to perform properly the duties appropriate to the certificate; or
(c)   a seafarer certificate was obtained by false representation.
[19]     Subsection 11.3, footnote 8
substitute as note at foot of subsection 11.3
Note   In making a decision to suspend or impose restrictions on the use of a seafarer certificate under subsection 11.3, the General Manager, Ship Safety Division must take into account the degree of risk involved in allowing the holder of the certificate to continue to serve in various capacities for which the certificate could otherwise be valid.
[20]     Subsection 11.5
substitute
11.5     Unlawful alteration
                 For section 33 of the Navigation Act, the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may revoke a seafarer certificate that has been unlawfully altered by any kind of addition, interpolation or erasure.
[21]     After subsection 11.6.1
insert
11.6.1A    An offence against subsection 11.6.1 is a strict liability offence.
11.6.1B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.6.1.
Civil penalty: 50 penalty units.
[22]     Subsection 11.7
substitute
11.7     Seafarer certificates containing factual errors
                 For section 33 of the Navigation Act, the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may revoke a seafarer certificate that contains factual errors.
[23]     Subsection 11.8.1
substitute
  11.8.1     The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may issue a replacement certificate if:
(a)   satisfied that a certificate has been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed; or
(b)   it has been revoked under subsection 11.5 or 11.7.
[24]     After subsection 11.8.2
insert
  11.8.3     An offence against subsection 11.8.2 is a strict liability offence.
  11.8.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.8.2.
Civil penalty: 50 penalty units.
[25]     After subsection 11.8
insert
11.9     Return of revoked seafarer certificates
  11.9.1     If a seafarer certificate has been revoked under subsection 11.5 or 11.7, the holder of the certificate must arrange for it to be delivered to an AMSA office within 21 days after being notified that the certificate has been revoked.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.
  11.9.1     An offence against subsection 11.9.1 is a strict liability offence.
  11.9.2     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.9.1.
Civil penalty: 50 penalty units.
[26]     After subsection 16.6
insert
16A     Requirements for approved courses and oral examinations
  16A.1     If a person must complete an approved course before being issued a seafarer certificate, the course must have been completed:
(a)   if the person provides proof of continuity of sea service since completion of the course that is at least equivalent to the requirements for revalidation mentioned in subparagraph 10.1(a)(i) — within 10 years before the certificate is issued; or
(b)   in any other case — within 5 years before the certificate is issued.
  16A.2     If a person must pass an oral examination before being issued a seafarer certificate, the examination must be passed, unless the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications determines otherwise:
(a)   when all other eligibility criteria have been met; and
(b)   within the 12 months before the certificate is issued.
  16A.3     If the examiner considers that a person is unable to meet the standard required to pass the oral examination because the person lacks sufficient practical knowledge, the person cannot be re-examined for a period, determined by the examiner as reasonably required for the person to gain the practical knowledge, of up to 6 months.
[27]     Before section 17
insert
Section CA  Conditions for particular kinds of seafarer certificates
[28]     Subsections 17.1, 17.2 and 17.3
substitute
                 The holder of a seafarer certificate that is a certificate of rating as Able Seaman, Deck Rating or Engine Room Rating must have evidence of satisfactorily completing a tanker familiarisation course that complies with paragraphs 1 to 7 of section A-V/1 of the STCW Code if undertaking specific duties or functions related to cargo or cargo equipment on tankers.
 [29]    Subsection 18.1.1
substitute
  18.1.1     A seafarer certificate is subject to the condition that the holder of the certificate must have evidence of satisfactorily completing the training mentioned in subsections 18.1.2 to 18.1.6 if undertaking duties to assist passengers in emergency situations on board a passenger vessel (other than a ro-ro passenger vessel).
[30]     Subsection 18.1.4, footnote 9
substitute as note at foot of subsection 18.1.4
Note  For this Order, seafarers who have not completed the appropriate safety training are taken to be passengers.
[31]     Subsection 18.2.1
substitute
  18.2.1     A seafarer certificate is subject to the condition that the holder of the certificate must have evidence of satisfactorily completing the training mentioned in subsections 18.2.2 to 18.2.6 if undertaking duties to assist passengers in emergency situations on board a ro-ro passenger vessel.
[32]     Sections 19 to 22
substitute
19        GMDSS General Operators Certificate
                 If a person is required to hold a valid GMDSS General Operators Certificate for the issue or revalidation of a seafarer certificate mentioned in Section D, it is a condition that the GMDSS General Operators Certificate be valid for the term of the seafarer certificate.
[33]     Section 23
substitute
23        Watchkeeping
     23.1     A person who takes charge of a navigational watch must hold a valid certificate of competency or certificate or recognition permitting the watchkeeping duties in accordance with section 24.
     23.2     A person who holds a seafarer certificate in order to perform watchkeeping duties in accordance with subsection 24.1 must also hold a current certificate of medical fitness for the deck department.
[34]     Subsection 24.1
substitute text before Table 1
24.1    Grades of certificate and duties
                 Subject to any specific requirement of this Order, a person who performs the duties mentioned in an item in Table 1 must hold a certificate of competency or an equivalent certificate of recognition of a grade mentioned in Table 1 for the item.
Note   Some duties, or service on some vessels, require additional training or endorsements.
[35]     Subsections 26.7
substitute
     26.7     Service performed on offshore industry mobile units will not be accepted as qualifying sea service.
[36]     Sections 28 and 29
omit
[37]     Section 30
substitute
30        Watchkeeping
     30.1     A person who takes charge of an engine room watch must hold a valid certificate of competency or an equivalent certificate of recognition permitting the watchkeeping duties in accordance with section 31.
     30.2     A person who holds a seafarer certificate in order to perform engine room watch duty in accordance with section 31 must also hold a current certificate of medical fitness for the engine department.
[38]     Subsection 31.3
omit
[39]     Subsection 32.4, footnote 14
substitute as note at foot of subsection 32.4
Note   Generally, the certificates mentioned in subsection 32.4 are issued under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012.
[40]     Section 36
substitute
36        Watchkeeping
     36.1     A person who performs duties as part of a navigational watch must hold:
(a)   a valid certificate of proficiency (integrated rating); or
(b)   a valid certificate of rating as Able Seaman or Deck Rating; or
(c)   a valid certificate of safety training, together with documentary evidence to the satisfaction of the Master that the person is competent to form part of a navigational watch; or
(d)   a valid certificate of recognition equivalent to a certificate mentioned in paragraph (a), (b) or (c).
     36.2     A person who performs duties as part of an engine room watch must hold:
(a)   a valid certificate of proficiency (integrated rating); or
(b)   a valid certificate of rating as Engine Room Rating; or
(c)   a valid certificate of safety training, together with documentary evidence to the satisfaction of the Chief Engineer that the person is competent to form part of an engine room watch; or
(d)   a valid certificate of recognition equivalent to a certificate mentioned in paragraph (a), (b) or (c).
     36.3     A person who holds a seafarer certificate in order to perform watchkeeping duties in accordance with subsections 36.1 and 36.2 must also hold a current certificate of medical fitness applicable to the duties for which the seafarer certificate is to be used.
[41]     Subsection 37.1
substitute text before Table
37.1    Grades of certificate and duties
                 Subject to any specific requirement of this Order, a person who performs the duties mentioned in column 2 of Table 5 must hold a seafarer certificate or an equivalent certificate of recognition mentioned in column 1 of Table 5.
Note   Some duties, or service on some ships, require additional training and/or endorsements.
[42]     Subsection 37.1, Table 5, definition of designated ship, footnote 17
substitute as note at foot of subsection 37.1
Note   The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications will not consider the suitability of a vessel unless the vessel is recommended for that purpose by the owner and by a seafarers union.
[43]     Before section 43
insert
43A     Requirement for certificate of proficiency as ship security officer
                 A person who performs the duties or functions of a ship security officer must hold a certificate of proficiency as a ship security officer.
[44]     Section 44
omit
[45]     After Section H
insert
Section I       Specific requirements for the issue of certificate of proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats
45.1     Requirement for certificate of proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats
                 A person who takes charge of a survival craft or rescue boat, other than a fast rescue boat, must hold:
(a)   a certificate of competency, certificate of recognition, certificate of proficiency (integrated rating) or certificate of rating; or
(b)   a certificate of proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats issued in accordance with subsection 45.2.
45.2     Eligibility criteria for certificate of proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats
                 A person is eligible to be issued with a certificate of proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats if the person:
(a)   is at least18; and
(b)   has completed at least 6 months sea service on vessels carrying SOLAS survival equipment; and
(c)   has satisfactorily completed an approved program of training that complies with  paragraphs 1 to 4 of section A-VI/2 of the STCW Code.
45.3     Requirement for certificate of proficiency in fast rescue boats
                 A person who takes charge of a fast rescue boat must hold a certificate of proficiency in fast rescue boats issued in accordance with subsection 45.4.
45.4     Eligibility criteria for certificate of proficiency in fast rescue boats
                 A person is eligible to be issued with a certificate of proficiency in fast rescue boats if that person:
(a)   holds a certificate of proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats; and
(b)   has satisfactorily completed an approved program of training that complies with  paragraphs 5 to 8 of section A-VI/2 of the STCW Code.
Section J     Certificate of safety training
46.1     Requirement for certificate of safety training
                 A person who does not hold a certificate of competency, a certificate of recognition, a certificate of proficiency (integrated rating) or a certificate of rating and is engaged in a capacity on board a vessel as part of the vessel’s complement with designated safety or pollution prevention duties must hold a certificate of safety training.
46.2     Eligibility criteria for certificate of safety training
  46.2.1     A person is eligible to be issued with a certificate of safety training if the person:
(a)   is at least 16; and
(b)   has satisfactorily completed an approved training course that complies with the training and assessment standards specified in paragraph 2 of section A-VI/1 of the STCW Code.
  46.2.2     If the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications is satisfied that circumstances are such that it would be unreasonable or impracticable to require a person to comply fully with paragraph 46.2.1(b), the person may be issued with a certificate of safety training for voyages, and subject to conditions, that the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualification determines.
Section K     Certificates of recognition
47        Recognition of certificates issued by a foreign country
47.1     Certificate of recognition – eligibility criteria
                 A person is eligible to be issued with a certificate of recognition if the person:
(a)   holds a current certificate of medical fitness; and
(b)   holds a certificate issued by a marine administration in a country other than Australia that:
             (i)  has been approved as having training and certification standards in accordance with the STCW Convention; and
            (ii)  for a certificate for deck or engineer officer duties — has an agreement with Australia about the recognition of the other country’s certificates; and
(c)   produces evidence to the satisfaction of the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualification that:
             (i)  the certificate mentioned in paragraph (b) was issued in accordance with the STCW Convention and is equivalent in grade to the grade of certificate of recognition applied for; and
            (ii)  the person has completed practical training and short courses equivalent to that required for the issue of an equivalent certificate of competency; and
           (iii)  the person has completed qualifying sea service equivalent to that required for the issue of an equivalent certificate of competency; and
(d)   for a certificate for deck or engineer officer duties — has passed an oral examination appropriate for the grade of certificate conducted by an examiner, including knowledge of Australian maritime legislation; and
(e)   for a certificate for deck officer duties — holds a valid GMDSS General Operators Certificate; and
(f)    is an Australian or New Zealand citizen, a permanent resident of Australia or produces evidence that he or she is to be employed in a regulated Australian vessel.
Note   An application for a certificate of recognition will be accepted as a skills assessment from a prospective migrant before arrival in Australia if evidence of approval for migration is produced. However, a certificate will not be issued until the applicant takes up residence in Australia.
47.2     Restricted certificate of recognition – eligibility criteria
                 A person is eligible to be issued with a certificate of recognition restricted to duties, and for a period, determined by the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications if:
(a)   the person is required to perform duties on a regulated Australian vessel in particular circumstances or for a particular time; and
(b)   the person is not eligible under subsection 47.1 for the issue of a certificate of recognition; and
(c)   the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualification is satisfied that the person holds qualifications that are adequate for the performance of those duties in the particular circumstances or for the particular time.
48        Recognition of national law certificates
     48.1     If satisfied that the holder of a valid certificate issued under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012 meets the requirements of this Order for the grade of certificate, the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications is to certify that by issuing an appropriate document to accompany the certificate.
     48.2     The certificate issued is to be recognised as a certificate of competency corresponding to the qualification mentioned in column 2 of an item in Table 3 if it:
(a)   was issued, renewed, endorsed or recognised to permit the holder to perform duties on a vessel of a size and in an operational area identified with an asterisk in column 1 of the item; and
(b)   is certified in accordance with subsection 48.1.
     48.3     If the certificate is subject to conditions or limitations on its use, its recognition under subsection 48.2 is subject to the same conditions or limitations.
Section L     Endorsements
49        Tanker endorsement
49.1     Requirement for tanker endorsement
  49.1.1     A person who performs duties and functions as a responsible officer on an oil tanker, a chemical tanker or a liquefied gas tanker must hold a certificate of competency or certificate of recognition bearing an endorsement.
  49.1.2     In subsection 49.1:
responsible officer means Master, Chief Mate, Chief Engineer, First Engineer or any other seafarer on operational duty in the cargo control room or any other operational control position and with the immediate responsibility for loading, discharging, care in transit or other handling of cargo.
49.2     Eligibility criteria for tanker endorsement
  49.2.1     A person is eligible to be issued with an endorsement mentioned in subsection 49.1 if the person has:
            (a)  shipboard service requirements mentioned in subsection 49.2.2; and
            (b)  satisfactorily completed the approved courses of training mentioned in subsection 49.2.3.
  49.2.2     For subparagraph 49.2.1(a), the shipboard service requirements are:
(a)   6 months shipboard service in the previous 5 years in connection with cargo handling duties on an oil tanker, a chemical tanker or a liquefied gas tanker, as appropriate for the kind of endorsement, or at least 3 months of that service including experience of 6 loads and 6 discharges; or
(b)   approved shipboard training in cargo handling duties on an oil tanker, chemical tanker or liquefied gas tanker, as appropriate for the kind of endorsement, in the previous 5 years; or
(c)   other service that the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications determines to be equivalent to that mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b).
  49.2.3     For subparagraph 49.2.1(b), the courses of training are:
(a)   for an oil tanker — a course of training that meets the requirements of paragraphs 9 to 14 of section A-V/1 of the STCW Code; and
(b)   for a chemical tanker — a course of training that meets the requirements of paragraphs 16 to 21 of section A-V/1 of the STCW Code; and
(c)   for a liquefied gas tanker — a course of training that meets the requirements of paragraphs 23 to 34 of section A-V/1 of the STCW Code.
  49.2.4     An endorsement is subject to the condition that the person must be capable of carrying out the duties as a responsible officer without supervision.
50        High speed craft endorsement
50.1     Requirement for type rating endorsement for high speed craft
                 A person who performs duties and functions as Master, Chief Mate, or Watchkeeper (Deck) on a high speed craft must hold:
(a)   a certificate of competency or certificate of recognition for the deck officer duties; and
(b)   a type rating endorsement appropriate to that type of high speed craft on that route.
50.2     Eligibility criteria for type rating endorsement for high speed craft
                 A type rating endorsement may be issued to a person for a high speed craft for a route if the person:
(a)   holds a certificate of competency or certificate of recognition for the deck officer duties; and
(a)   has satisfactorily completed approved high speed craft training, relevant to the type of craft and the route, that meets the requirements of paragraphs 18.3.3.1 to 18.3.3.12 of the  International Code of Safety for High Speed Craft, adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.97(73); and
(b)   has practical experience and familiarisation training to the satisfaction of the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
51        Sailing vessel endorsement
51.1     Requirement for sailing vessel endorsement
  51.1.1     A person who performs the functions or duties as a master on a square rig sailing vessel must hold a certificate of competency or certificate of recognition for deck officer duties with an endorsement for square rig sailing vessels.
  51.1.2     A person who performs the functions or duties as a master on a fore and aft rig sailing vessel must hold a certificate of competency or certificate of recognition for deck officer duties with an endorsement for square rig, or for fore and aft rig, sailing vessels.
51.2     Eligibility criteria for sailing vessel endorsement
  51.2.1     A certificate may be endorsed for service as a master on a sailing vessel if the holder:
(a)   has completed an approved course, including assessment, in knowledge of sailing vessels; and
(b)   for square rig vessels — holds a Nautical Institute Square Rig Sailing Ship Certificate; and
(c)   for fore and aft rig vessels only — holds Yachting Australia Ocean Going Certificate, endorsed ‘Offshore Instructor’; and
(d)   has served as a deck officer, on a sailing vessel of the type for which the endorsement is required, for at least 12 months, or for at least 6 months and produces testimonials from the master of the vessel confirming that the holder was assessed on board vessel and found competent to serve as master.
  51.2.2     The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may accept alternative evidence of knowledge and experience of sailing vessels to meet the requirements of subsection 51.2.1.
[46]     Other amendments
provision
omit each occurrence of
insert

Section 2, definition of approved
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Section 2, definition of current
cancelled
revoked

Section 2, definition of examiner
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Section 2, definition of examiner
Part
Order

Section 2, definition of GMDSS General Operators Certificate
Marine Orders, Part 6 (Marine Qualifications — Radio)
Marine Order 6 (Marine qualifications — radio) 2000

Section 2, definition of GT
Measurement Convention as defined in the Navigation Act
Tonnage Convention

Section 2, definition of high speed craft
ship
vessel

Section 2, definition of high speed craft
Marine Orders, Part 49 (High Speed Craft)
Marine Order 49 (High speed craft) 2009

Section 2, definition of kind
ship
vessel

Section 2, definition of ship security officer
the ship,
the vessel,

Section 2, definition of ship security officer
security of the ship
security of the vessel

Section 2, definition of STCW Endorsement
by a State or Territory
under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012

Subsection 3.1
3.1 In this Part
In this Order

Section 4
This Part
This Order

Paragraph 4(a)
master, officer or seaman on a ship subject to Part II of the Navigation Act
seafarer on a regulated Australian vessel

Paragraph 4(b)
certificate issued under this Order
seafarer certificate

Section 7, heading and subsections 7.1 and 7.2
issue, revalidation or endorsement of a certificate
issue or revalidation of a seafarer certificate

Section 7
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Section 7
Part
Order

Subsection 7.2
This is a penal provision
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Section 9, heading
certificates
seafarer certificates

Subsection 9.1
10.4
subsection 10.4

Subsection 9.1
10.1
subsection 10.1

Subsection 9.2.1
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsections 9.2.1 and 9.2.2
21.2
subsection 47.1

Sections 10 and 11
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

subsection 10.1
in 10.2
mentioned in subsection 10.2

Subsection 10.4
a person
the holder of a seafarer certificate

Subsection 10.4
person’s certificate
certificate

Subsection 10.4
the person
the holder

Subsection 10.4
10.1
subsection 10.1

Section 11, heading
certificates
seafarer certificates

Section 11
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.1
certificate
seafarer certificate

Subsection 11.1.3
11.1.2(b)
paragraph 11.1.2(b)

Subsection 11.1.4
11.1.2(c)
paragraph 11.1.2(c)

Subsection 11.2
The Manager must not cancel, suspend or impose restrictions on the use of a certificate under
A seafarer’s certificate will not be revoked, suspended or have restrictions imposed on its use under subsection

Paragraph 11.2(a)
11.1.1(a)
paragraphs 11.1.1(a)

Subsection 11.3, heading
Serious accidents or incidents
Marine incidents

Subsection 11.3
serious accident or incident
marine incident

Subsection 11.3
the accident or incident
the marine incident

Subsection 11.3
General Manager
General Manager, Ship Safety Division

Subsection 11.3
11.2
subsection 11.2

Subsection 11.3
certificate
seafarer certificate

Subsection 11.4.1
cancel
revoke

Subsection 11.4.1
cancellation, revocation
revocation

Paragraph 11.4.1(b)
provision 5.1
section 5

Subsection 11.4.2
cancellation
revocation

Subsection 11.6, heading
Cancelled or suspended certificates
Suspended seafarer certificates

Subsection 11.6.1
certificate that has been cancelled or
seafarer certificate that has been

Subsection 11.6.1
cancellation or suspension
suspension

Subsection 11.6.3
has been cancelled, is
is

Subsections 11.6.1 and 11.8.2
This is a penal provision
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Subsection 11.8.2
days for cancellation
days

Section C, heading
requirements for certificates
eligibility criteria for seafarer certificates and STCW Endorsements

Section 12
certificate
seafarer certificate

Section 12
Part
Order

Subsection 13.1
Manager,
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications;

Subsections 13.1 and 13.2
Marine Orders, Part 9 (Health—Medical Fitness)
Marine Order 9 (Health — medical fitness) 2010

Section 14
ship
a vessel

Subsections 14.1 and 14.2
is only qualified to
may

Section 15
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Section 15
Part
Order

Section 15
hold a
be issued a seafarer

Subsection 16.1
qualified
eligible

Subsection 16.1
sections 16.2
subsections 16.2

Subsection 16.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 16.5
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 16.6
ships
vessels

Section 18
ships
vessels

Section 18.1.2
Personnel
Seafarers

Section 18.1.3
other personnel
seafarers

Section 18.1.4
Personnel
Seafarers

Section 18.1.5
other persons
seafarers

Section 18.1.6
person
seafarer

Subsections 18.2.2 and 18.2.3
other personnel
seafarers

subsection 18.2.3
and responsibilities
or functions

subsection 18.2.4
Personnel
Seafarers

subsections 18.2.5 and 28.2.6
person
seafarer

Subsection 18.3
18.1
subsection 18.1

Subsection 24.1, Table 1
ships
vessels

Subsection 24.1, Table 1
Duties permitted
Duties

Subsection 24.2
Part
Order

Subsection 24.2.1
or a
or an equivalent

Subsection 24.2.3
Provision
Subsection

Section 25
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Section 25, heading
Eligibility
Eligibility criteria

Subsection 25.1.1
25.1.2
subsection 25.1.2

Paragraph 25.1.1(b)
on ships
on vessels

Subparagraph 25.1.1(b)(i)
trading ships
trading vessels

Subparagraph 25.1.1(b)(ii)
ships
vessels

Subparagraph 25.1.1(b)(iii)
(i)
subparagraph (i)

Subparagraph 25.1.1(d)(i)
issued in accordance with 19.2
mentioned in section 45

Subsection 25.1.2
25.1.1
subsection 25.1.1

Subsection 25.1.2
ships
vessels

Paragraph 25.2(b)
on ships
on vessels

Subparagraph 25.2(b)(i)
trading ships
trading vessels

Subparagraph 25.2(b)(ii)
ships
vessels

Subparagraphs 25.2(d)(i) and 25.3(e)(i)
issued in accordance with 19.2
mentioned in section 45

Paragraph 25.3(c)
on ships
on vessels

Subparagraphs 25.3(c)(ii) and (iv)
trading ships
trading vessels

Subparagraph 25.3(c)(v)
on ships
on vessels

Subparagraph 25.3(c)(v)
trading ships
trading vessels

Subsection 25.4.1
25.4.2
subsection 25.4.2

Paragraph 25.4.1(b)
trading ships
trading vessels

Subparagraph 25.4.1(b)(i)
(a)
paragraph (a)

Subparagraph 25.4.1(d)(i)
issued in accordance with 19.2
mentioned in section 45

Subsection 25.4.2
25.4.1
subsection 25.4.1

Subsection 25.4.2
ships
vessels

Subparagraph 25.4.2(a)(iii)
(i)
subparagraphs (i)

Paragraph 25.5(b)
trading ships
trading vessels

Subparagraph 25.5(b)(i)
(a)
paragraph (a)

Subparagraph 25.5(b)(ii)
ships
vessels

Subparagraphs 25.5(d)(i), 25.6.1(e)(i) and 25.6.2(d)(i)
issued in accordance with 19.2
mentioned in section 45

Subsections 25.6.1 and 2
on ships
on vessels

Subparagraph 25.6.1(c)
trading ships
trading vessels

Subsection 25.6.2
trading ships
trading vessels

Subsection 25.7
on ships
on vessels

Paragraph 25.7(c)
(b)
paragraph (b)

Paragraph 25.7(c)(ii)
trading ship
trading vessel

Subparagraph 25.7(e)(i)
issued in accordance with 19.2
mentioned in section 45

Subsection 26.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 26.4
trading ship
trading vessel

Subsection 26.5.1
supply ships
supply vessels

Subsections 26.5.1 and 26.5.2
trading ships
trading vessels

Subsection 26.5.2
Australian Government ships
government vessels

Subsection 26.6
trading ships
trading vessels

Subsection 26.6
fishing vessels
vessels

Section 27
ship
vessel

Section 31, heading
certificates
certificates and duties

Subsection 31.1.3, Table 3, definitions of ACMW, o/s and i/s
part
Order

Subsection 31.1.3, Table 3, definitions
* refer to Provision 31.3
* refer to section 48

Subsection 31.2
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 31.4
Part
Order

Subsection 32.1
ships
vessels

Subsections 32.1 and 32.2
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 32.2
ships
vessels

Paragraph 32.3(b)
33
section 33

Subsection 32.3
ships
vessels

Subsection 32.4
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Paragraph 33.2(c), footnote
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Paragraph 34.2(b)
(c)
paragraph (c)

Paragraph 34.2(b)
off-shore
offshore

Paragraph 34.2(c)
(b)
paragraph (b)

Subsection 34.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 34.5
34.2
subsections 34.2

Subsection 34.5
off-shore
offshore

Subparagraph 34.5(b)(iii)
(i)
subparagraph (i)

Section 37, heading
certificates
certificates and duties

Subsection 37.1, Table 5
Highest duties permitted
Duties

Subsection 37.1, Table 5
designated ship
designated vessel

Subsection 37.1, Table 5
board ship
board a vessel

Subsection 37.1, Table 5, note
any ship
any vessel

Subsection 37.2
Part
Order

Subsection 38.1
39.1
subsection 39.1

Paragraph 38.2.1(a)
38.2.2
subsection 38.2.2

Paragraph 38.2.1(a)
39.2
subsection 39.2

Paragraph 38.2.1(c)
ship
vessel

Subsection 38.2.2
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Paragraph 38.3(a)
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Paragraph 38.3(a)
Part
Order

Subparagraph 38.4(b)(i)
39.3
subsection 39.3

Paragraph 38.5(b)
39.4
subsection 39.4

Subsection 39.1
39.2
subsection 39.2

Subparagraph 39.1(b)(ii)
ships
vessels

Paragraph 39.1(c)
Ship
Vessel

Paragraph 39.2(b)
ship
vessel

Paragraph 39.2(b)
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Paragraph 39.2(b)
ships
vessels

Paragraph 39.3(b)
ship
vessel

Subparagraph 39.4(a)(iv)
6and
and

Subsection 39.5
ship
vessel

Subsection 40.2
Part
Order

Subsection 41
The officers in
An officer who takes

Section 41
WIG Officer Certificate issued under this Part
seafarer certificate that is a WIG Officer Certificate

Sections 42 and 43, heading
Eligibility
Eligibility criteria

Subparagraph 43(a)(ii)
ship
vessel

Subparagraph 43(a)(ii)
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

 [47]    Further amendments — definitions
                 Each definition in section 2 (other than the definition of International Safety Management Code is amended by:
(a)   for definitions other than the definition of WIG craft  — omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
[48]     Further amendments — footnotes
footnote
instruction

4
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 6.1.1

7
Re-locate as a note at the foot of paragraph 10.1(d)

12
Omit

13
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 31.1.1

15
Re-locate as a note at the foot of paragraph 33.2(c)

18
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 38.2.2

Note   Footnotes not mentioned in this instrument are omitted as a consequence of the text to which they relate being omitted.
Schedule 3    Marine Orders Part 6, issue 5
(section 3)
  
  
 [1]      Section 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 6 (Marine radio qualifications) 2000.
2          Purpose       
                 This Order:
(a)   gives effect to Regulation 16 of Chapter IV of SOLAS which provides that every ship must carry personnel qualified for distress and safety radio communication to the satisfaction of the Administration; and
(b)   gives effect to Regulation IV/2 of Chapter IV of the STCW Convention which requires that every person in charge of or performing radio duties on a ship that is required to participate in the GMDSS must hold an appropriate certificate related to the GMDSS; and
(c)   provides for certification requirements for persons operating radio installations, radio navigational aids and communication equipment in a vessel.
3          Power
       3.1     Sections 28 to 33 and 40 of the Navigation Act provide for the making of regulations for seafarer certificates.
       3.2     Subsection 28(2) and paragraph 340(1)(h) of the Navigation Act provide that regulations may give effect to the STCW Convention.
       3.3     Section 314 provides that the regulations may prescribe certain matters for certificates.
       3.4     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
       3.5     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
       3.6     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides for the making of Marine Orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by the regulations.
[2]       Section 2, heading
substitute
4          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[3]       Section 2, definitions of approved and AMSA
substitute
appropriate certificate means a certificate that:
(a)   is issued in a country other than Australia; and
(b)   permits the operation of radio installations on a ship; and
(c)   the Manager is satisfied is equivalent to a GMDSS certificate.
approved means approved in writing by the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
[4]       Section 2, definitions of Certificate of Recognition, General Manager, GMDSS certificate and GMDSS ship
substitute
certificate of recognition means a certificate issued under the Act and mentioned in section 9.
fully fitted, for GMDSS equipment, means that the equipment satisfies the functional requirements of:
(a)   for a vessel to which SOLAS applies — regulation 4 of Chapter IV of SOLAS; or
(b)   for a vessel to which SOLAS does not apply — subsection 7.2 of Marine Order 27 (Radio equipment) 2009.
GMDSS certificate means a certificate issued under the Act and mentioned in section 8.
[5]       Section 2, definitions of Manager, the Radio Regulations, the STCW Code, the STCW Convention, surveyor and valid
substitute
                 Radio Regulations has the same meaning as in Regulation 2.11 of Chapter IV of SOLAS.
Note   The text of the Radio Regulations is available at the International Telecommunication Union website: http://www.itu.int.
valid, for a certificate, means a certificate that:
(a)   is current; and
(b)   is not revoked or suspended; and
(c)   bears the signature of the holder.
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS
·         STCW Code.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         seafarer certificate
·         STCW Convention.
[6]       Sections 3 to 6
substitute
5          Application
                 This Order applies to a person who:
(a)   operates or intends to operate the radio installation of a regulated Australian vessel; or
(b)   holds a GMDSS certificate.
6          Exemptions
       6.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption from a requirement of this Order.
       6.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
       6.3     The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS or SCTW.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
· making an application
· seeking further information about an application
· the time allowed for consideration of an application
· imposing conditions on approval of an application
· notification of a decision on an application
· review of decisions.
[7]       Subsection 7.1
omit
                 issued in a country other than Australia
[8]       Subsection 7.2
substitute
       7.2     For subsection 30(1) of the Navigation Act, a GMDSS certificate and a certificate of recognition are seafarer certificates.
Note   It is an offence under sections 35 and 36 of the Navigation Act for a person to perform, or for the master to allow another person to perform, duties or functions without a seafarer certificate if the regulations require a particular seafarer certificate for the performance of those duties or functions.
[9]       Sections 8 and 9
substitute
8          GMDSS certificates — criteria for issue
      8.1.     For paragraph 31(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of a GMDSS certificate are that:
(a)   the applicant is at least 18 years; and
(b)   the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications is satisfied that the applicant:
             (i)  has, in the 12 months before the application, satisfactorily completed an approved course that meets the standard of competence mentioned in section A-IV/2 of the STCW Code; or
            (ii)  was issued with a certificate equivalent to a GMDSS certificate by the Department of Transport and Communications, the Spectrum Management Agency or the Australian Communications Authority and meets the requirements mentioned in section 17 for revalidation of a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition.
       8.2     However, the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may refuse to issue a GMDSS certificate to a person who has previously held a GMDSS certificate that was varied, suspended or revoked.
9          Certificates of recognition — criteria for issue
       9.1     For paragraph 31(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of a certificate of recognition are that:
(a)   the applicant is at least 18 years; and
(b)   the applicant holds an appropriate certificate ; and
(c)   Australia has an agreement in place for mutual recognition of GMDSS certificates with the country that issued the appropriate certificate; or
(d)   if Australia has no agreement of the kind mentioned in paragraph (c) — the applicant has undergone a formal assessment or completed additional training approved by the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
       9.2     However, the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may refuse to issue a certificate of recognition to a person whose appropriate certificate has been varied, suspended or revoked.
10        Certificates — application
                 For subsection 30(2) of the Navigation Act, an application for a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition must:
(a)   be in writing; and
(b)   mention the seafarer certificate applied for; and
(c)   include details of how the applicant satisfies the criteria for issue of the certificate.
Note   If a form is approved for the application, the approved form must be used and is available on the AMSA website at http://www.amsa.gov.au — see Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
11        Certificates — criteria for variation
     11.1     For section 32 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for variation of a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition are that the holder:
(a)   applies in writing to the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications, stating the nature of the variation sought; and
(b)   is complying with the conditions of the certificate; and
(c)   undertakes any additional training approved by the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
     11.2     The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may also vary a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition without an application, by imposing restrictions on the use of the certificate, if any of the grounds mentioned in section 12 is established.
12        Certificates — criteria for revocation
                 For section 33 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition are that the holder:
(a)   has provided false or misleading information in the application for the certificate; or
(b)   has contravened, or is contravening, a condition of the certificate; or
(c)   has demonstrated incompetence or misconduct in navigation, management or working of a vessel; or
(d)   cannot properly perform the duties the person is permitted to perform under the certificate.
13        Suspension of certificates
     13.1     For paragraph 314(5)(b) of the Navigation Act, the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may suspend a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition if any of the grounds mentioned in section 12 is established.
     13.2     If a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition is suspended, it is not in force during the period of suspension.
     13.3     A certificate may be suspended:
(a)   for a stated period; or
(b)   until a stated event happens.
14        Procedures required for revocation, suspension or variation
                 The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may revoke, suspend or vary a certificate by imposing restrictions on the use of the certificate only if:
(a)   the holder has been told that action against the certificate is proposed, and has been given reasons for the proposed action; and
(b)   the holder has been given copies of any documents that the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications will be using to make his or her decision; and
(c)   the holder has been allowed at least 28 days to make submissions, which need not be in writing, about the proposed action; and
(d)   the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications has considered any submissions made by the holder.
15        Return of revoked or suspended certificates
     15.1     For section 40 and paragraph 314(5)(d) of the Navigation Act, a person who receives notice of a revoked or suspended GMDSS certificate or certificate of recognition must return the certificate to the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications within 14 days after receiving notice of the revocation or suspension.
Penalty     50 penalty units.
     15.2     An offence against subsection 15.1 is a strict liability offence.
     15.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 15.1.
16        Duration of certificates
     16.1     A GMDSS certificate:
(a)   comes into force on the day it is issued; and
(b)   expires on the earliest of the following:
             (i)  the day determined by the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications;
            (ii)  the day 5 years after it is issued;
            (ii)  when it is revoked.
     16.2     A certificate of recognition:
(a)   comes into force on the day it is issued; and
(b)   expires on the earliest of the following:
             (i)  the day determined by the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications;
            (ii)  the expiry date of the GMDSS certificate on which the certificate of recognition is based;
            (ii)  when it is revoked.
17        Renewal of certificates
     17.1     For paragraph 314(5)(a) of the Navigation Act, an application to renew a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition must:
(a)   be in writing; and
(b)   mention the certificate sought to be renewed; and
(c)   include evidence of the applicant’s relevant service; and
(d)   include any other documents that the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications considers necessary for assessing the application.
Note   If a form is approved for the renewal application, the approved form must be used and is available on the AMSA website at http://www.amsa.gov.au — see Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
     17.2     The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may renew a GMDSS certificate or a certificate of recognition for a stated period of up to 5 years if the holder:
(a)   has maintained a radio watch as a master or an officer of the watch in a seagoing ship fully fitted with GMDSS equipment for at least 12 months in the 5 years before applying for renewal; or
(b)   has performed functions, relating to the category of GMDSS Certificate held by the person, that the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications considers to be at least equivalent to those mentioned in paragraph (a); or
(c)   has successfully completed training approved by the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
18        Lost, stolen or destroyed certificates
     18.1     If a GMDSS certificate is lost, stolen or destroyed, the holder must tell the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications within 14 days.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     18.2     An offence against subsection 18.1 is a strict liability offence.
     18.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 18.1.
     18.4     If a lost or stolen GMDSS certificate is subsequently recovered, it must be given as soon as practicable to the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
     18.5     The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may issue a new GMDSS certificate to replace a certificate that has been lost, stolen or destroyed.
Note   A certificate issued by the Department of Transport and Communications, the Spectrum Management Agency or the Australian Communications Authority can only be replaced by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). If necessary, the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications will send the certificate to ACMA for replacing.
[10]     Further amendment — definitions
                 The definition of holder in section 2 is amended by:
(a)   omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
[11]     Further amendment
Provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 7.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.1
Certificate
certificate

Schedule 4    Marine Orders Part 9, issue 6
(section 3)
  
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 9 (Health — medical fitness) 2010.
[2]       Subsection 1.1
substitute
1.1       Purpose
                 This Order:
(a)   for subsection 29(2) of the Navigation Act — prescribes matters relating to the health of persons performing, or intending to perform, the duties of a seafarer; and
(b)   for subsection 65(2) of the Navigation Act — provides for the medical examination of, and the issue of certificates of fitness to, seafarers and persons proposing to engage in employment as seafarers; and
(c)   for paragraph 164(2)(a) of the Navigation Act — provides for the medical fitness of licensed pilots; and
(d)   gives effect to regulation I/9 of the STCW Convention and section B-I/9 of the STCW Code.
[3]       Subsection 1.2.1
substitute
    1.2.1     Paragraph 164(2)(a) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to make provision for conditions, including conditions as to medical fitness, relating to the licensing of pilots under the Act.
[4]       Sections 2 to 7
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
applicant means a person who is examined in accordance with subsection 8.2.
Certificate of Medical Fitness means a Certificate of Medical Fitness issued in accordance with this Order and that contains at least the information mentioned in Schedule 2.
holder, of a Certificate of Medical Fitness, means the person identified as holder by the certificate.
Medical Examination Guidelines means the Guidelines for the medical examination of seafarers and licensed pilots, obtainable from AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
medical inspector means a person appointed as a medical inspector under section 8A.
relevant vessel — see section 3.
valid, for a Certificate of Medical Fitness, means a certificate that is in force and that has not been cancelled.
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS
·         STCW Code.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         licensed pilot
·         master
·         seafarer
·         STCW Convention.
Note 3   A sail trainee is a passenger — see Marine Order 52 (Sailing vessels) 1999.
3          Meaning of relevant vessel
                 For the Order, a relevant vessel is:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel; or
(b)   a vessel that, but for paragraph 15(1)(c) of the Navigation Act, would be a regulated Australian vessel, for which most of the crew are residents of Australia and that is operated by any of the following (whether or not in association with anyone else):
             (i)  a person who is a resident of, or has his or her principal place of business in, Australia;
            (ii)  a company or association that is incorporated, or has its principal place of business, in Australia.
4          Application
     This Order applies to:
(a)   a person employed, or proposing to engage in employment, on a relevant vessel; and
(b)   a person performing, or intending to perform, the duties of a licensed pilot; and
(c)   a person who employs, or proposes to employ, a person mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b); and
(d)   an applicant for the issue or revalidation of a certificate under Marine Order 3 (Seagoing qualifications) 2004.
5          Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
6          Requirement to be medically fit
       6.1     A person may perform duties as a seafarer on a relevant vessel only if person is medically fit to perform the duties.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
       6.2     An offence against subsection 6.1 is a strict liability offence.
       6.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 6.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
       6.4     The owner of a relevant vessel may take a person into employment to perform duties as a seafarer only if the person is medically fit to perform the duties.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
       6.5     An offence against subsection 6.4 is a strict liability offence.
       6.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 6.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
       6.7     A person may perform the duties of a licensed pilot only if the person is medically fit to perform the duties.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
       6.8     An offence against subsection 6.7 is a strict liability offence.
       6.9     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 6.7.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
7          Evidence of medical fitness
                 For section 6, a person is medically fit to perform duties if:
(a)   the person has a valid Certificate of Medical Fitness; and
(b)   there is no evidence that his or her medical condition has altered since the Certificate of Medical Fitness was issued to an extent that would make him or her unfit to perform the duties.
[5]       Subsection 8.1, first note
omit
[6]       Subsection 8.3, note
substitute
Note   If an owner of a vessel has additional fitness requirements for particular duties or voyages (eg for the handling of specific cargoes or voyages to the Antarctic), the owner should advise the medical inspector of those requirements and request a supplementary report against them.
[7]       Subsection 8.8
substitute
8.8       Showing Certificate of Medical Fitness
    8.8.1     A person required by any provision of a Marine Order to be the holder of a valid Certificate of Medical Fitness must show the certificate on demand to the owner or master of a vessel on which the person serves or intends to serve, or to an inspector.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
    8.8.2     An offence against subsection 8.8.1 is a strict liability offence.
    8.8.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.8.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[8]       After subsection 8.9
insert
    8.9.2     An offence against subsection 8.9.1 is a strict liability offence.
    8.9.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.9.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       After section 8
insert
8A       Appointment of medical inspectors
    8A.1     AMSA may appoint a person as a medical inspector.
    8A.2     The person must be registered as a medical practitioner in a State or Territory of Australia.
Note 1   In appointing a medical inspector, preference is given to a person who either has a Fellowship of the Australasian Faculty of Occupational Medicine (AFOM) or is a trainee of AFOM and works under the direct supervision of a Fellow.
Note 2   Under section 33 of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901, AMSA may remove or suspend any person appointed and appoint another person temporarily in the place of any person so suspended.
[10]     Section 9
substitute
9          Aids to vision or hearing
       9.1     A seafarer or licensed pilot whose Certificate of Medical Fitness shows that an aid to vision or hearing was used for the purpose of being found medically fit must, at all times when on duty on a vessel:
(a)   use the aid; and
(b)   for an aid to vision — keep a spare aid to vision available.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
       9.2     An offence against subsection 9.1 is a strict liability offence.
       9.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     Appendix 1
omit
[12]     Appendix 2, heading
substitute
Schedule 2    Information to be contained in Certificate of Medical Fitness
(section 2, definition of Certificate of Medical Fitness)
[13]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.2.2
425(1)
339(1)

Subsection 1.2.3
425(1AA)
342(1)

Subsections 8.1 and 8.2
coastal pilot on a ship
licensed pilot on a vessel

Subsections 8.1, 8.2, 8.3 and 8.4
Medical Inspector of Seamen
medical inspector

Subsection 8.1, note 2
Note 2
Note

Paragraph 8.5.2 (a)
Medical Inspector of Seamen
medical inspector

Paragraph 8.5.2 (b)
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 8.5.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.5.4
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 8.5.4
Part
Order

Subsection 8.5.5
coastal
licensed

Subsection 8.5.5
Part
Order

Subsection 8.5.5
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 8.6.1
8.6.2
subsections 8.6.2

Subsection 8.6.1
8.7
subsection 8.7

Subsection 8.6.2
8.6.3
subsection 8.6.3

Subsection 8.6.2
8.7
subsection 8.7

Subsection 8.6.3
Medical Inspector of Seamen
medical inspector

Subsection 8.6.4
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 8.6.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.6.4
Part
Order

Subsection 8.6.5
8.6.4
subsection 8.6.4

Subsection 8.6.5
coastal
licensed

Subsection 8.6.6
coastal
licensed

Section 8.7
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 8.7.1
Medical Inspector of Seamen
medical inspector

Subsection 8.7.2
8.7.1
subsection 8.7.1

Subsection 8.7.3
8.7.1
subsection 8.7.1

Paragraph 8.7.3(b)
8.5.4
subsection 8.5.4

Paragraph 8.7.3(b)
Medical Inspector of Seamen
medical inspector

Subsection 8.9
A person
8.9.1    A person

Subsection 8.9
8.7.1
subsection 8.7.1

Subsection 8.9
8.7.3
subsection 8.7.3

Subsection 8.9
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 8.9
This is a penal provision
Penalty:           50 penalty units.

Section 10
Marine Orders, Part 3 (Seagoing qualifications)
Marine Order 3 (Seagoing qualifications) 2004

Paragraph 10(b)
Appendix 2
Schedule 2

Appendix 2, item (k)
ship
vessel

Appendix 2, item (o)
Medical Inspector of Seamen
medical inspector

Schedule 5    Marine Orders Part 12, issue 3
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1A
omit
Marine Orders Part 12, issue 3
insert
Marine Order 12 (Construction — subdivision and stability, machinery and electrical installations) 2009
[2]       Subsection 1.2.1
substitute
    1.2.1     Paragraphs 339(2)(a) and (b) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may provide for design and construction of vessels, including machinery and equipment to be carried on board vessels.
1.2.1A     Paragraph 339(2)(e) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may provide for the stability of vessels, including information about, and testing of, the stability of vessels.
  1.2.1B     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may provide for giving effect to SOLAS.
[3]       Section 2, definition of Guidelines
omit
[4]       Section 2, definition of IS Code
substitute
IS Code means the Code on Intact Stability, 2008 adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.267 (85), as in force from time to time.
Note   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends this Code is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[5]       Section 2, definitions of SOLAS ship and surveyor
substitute
OSV Design and Construction Guidelines means the Guidelines for the Design and Construction of Offshore Supply Vessels 2006 adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.235 (82), as in force from time to time.
Note 1   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends these Guidelines is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[6]       Section 2, note 2
substitute
Note 3   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         cargo vessel
·         General Manager, Maritime Operations Division
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         national law
·         SOLAS
·         USL Code.
Note 4   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         owner
·         recognised organisation (for organisations that have been prescribed for the definition — see Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011)
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         seafarer
·         overseas voyage.
[7]       Section 4
substitute
4          Application
       4.1     This Order applies to:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel; and
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
       4.2     However, this Order applies to a foreign vessel to which SOLAS applies only to the extent that the vessel fails to comply with Chapter II-1 of SOLAS.
[8]       After subsection 8.1
insert
    8.1A     An offence against subsection 8.1 is a strict liability offence.
     8.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       Subparagraphs 8.2(c)(i) and (ii)
substitute
             (i)  for a regulated Australian vessel — by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration or a recognised organisation; or
            (ii)  for a foreign vessel — by the maritime administration of the country where the vessel is registered.
[10]     Schedule 1, subclause 8.2, definition of passenger
substitute
Note   For the meaning of passenger — see s 14 of the Navigation Act.
[11]     Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.1
SOLAS ships
vessels to which Chapter II-1 of SOLAS applies

Subsection 1.1
non-SOLAS ships
vessels to which Chapter II-1 of SOLAS does not apply

Subsection 1.2.2
Subsection 425(1)
Subsection 339(1)

Subsection 1.2.3
Subsection 425(1AA)
Section 342

Section 2
Part
Order

Section 2, definition of offshore supply vessel
Guidelines
OSV Design and Construction Guidelines

Section 2, note 1
Note 1
Note 2

Section 3
Part
Order

Subsection 3.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.2
an Australian registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Subsection 3.3
Provisions 7 and 8 of this Part
Sections 7 and 8

Subsection 5.1
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 5.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 5.3, note
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Paragraph 5.3(a)
ship
vessel

Subsection 6.1
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 6.4
ship
vessel

Section 7
ships
vessels

Section 7
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.1, heading
SOLAS ships
Vessels to which Chapter II-1 of SOLAS applies

Subsection 7.1.1
7.1.2
subsections 7.1.2

Subsection 7.1.1
SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter II-1 of SOLAS applies

Subsection 7.1.2
Marine Orders Part 47
Marine Order 47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012

Subsection 7.1.3
Marine Orders Part 49
Marine Order 49 (High speed craft) 2009

Subsection 7.1.4
Marine Orders Part 49
Marine Order 49 (High speed craft) 2009

Subsection 7.1.4
Marine Orders Part 47
Marine Order 47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012

Subsection 7.2, heading
Non-SOLAS ships
Vessels to which Chapter II-1 of SOLAS does not apply

Subsection 7.2
ship that is not a SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter II-1 of SOLAS does not apply

Subsection 7.3.1, except note 2
Guidelines
OSV Design and Construction Guidelines

Section 8, except note 3
ship
vessel

Section 8
ships
vessels

Subsection 8.1
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 8.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:        50 penalty units.

Subsection 8.2
8.1
subsection 8.1

Paragraph 8.2(a)
Part
Order

Subsection 8.2, note 1
Guidelines
OSV Design and Construction Guidelines

Subsection 8.2, note 2
c
(c)

Subsection 8.2, note 2
a or b
(a) or (b)

Subsection 8.2, note 3
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 8.2, note 3
light ship
lightship

Subsection 9.1
An Australian registered SOLAS ship
A regulated Australian vessel to which Chapter II-1 of SOLAS applies

Subsection 9.2
an Australian registered ship or class of ships
a regulated Australian vessel or class of vessels

Subsection 9.2
ship or class of ships
vessel or class of vessels

Subsection 9.2, note
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, clause 1
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, paragraph 1(h)
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 2.1
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, subclause 2.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Schedule 1, subclause 2.3.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Schedule 1, subclause 2.3.1 and 2.3.2
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, clause 3
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, clause 4
Australian registered cargo ships
regulated Australian vessels that are cargo vessels

Schedule 1, subclause 7.1.1
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, subclause 7.1.2
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 7.3
survey authority
recognised organisation

Schedule 1, subclause 7.4
survey authorities
recognised organisations

Schedule 1, subclause 7.4
survey authority
recognised organisation

Schedule 1, subclause 7.4
surveyor
inspector or the vessel’s recognised organisation

Schedule 1, subclauses 7.4 and 7.5
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 8.1
Provision 8 of Schedule 1
This clause

Schedule 1, subclause 8.1
crew
seafarers

Schedule 1, subclause 8.1
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, subclause 8.2
provision 8
this clause

Schedule 1, subclause 8.2, definitions of ‘A’ class division, door or enclosure and  low flame spread surface
Marine Orders, Part 15,
Marine Order 15 (Construction — fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction) 2009

Schedule 1, subclause 8.3.1
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, paragraph 8.4.2(b)
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 8.5.2, 8.5.3, 8.5.4 and 8.6.4
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, paragraph 8.5.2(a)
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 1, subclause 8.6.5
Marine Orders, Part 15
Marine Order 15 (Construction — fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction) 2009

Schedule 1, subclause 8.7.2
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 8.7.2
crew members
seafarers

Schedule 1, subclause 8.9.1
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, subclause 8.10
crew members
seafarers

Schedule 1, subclauses 8.10 and 8.11
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 8.11.3
crew members
seafarers

Schedule 1, subclause 8.12.1
surveyor
inspector

Schedule 1, subclause 8.12.1
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 9.1
Provision
Clause

Schedule 1, subclause 9.2
Provision
clause

Schedule 1, subclause 9.2, definition of competent person, paragraph (b)
classification society
recognised organisation

Schedule 1, subclause 9.2, definition of qualified person
member of the ship’s crew
seafarer

Schedule 1, subclause 9.3.2
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 9.3.2
9.3.5
subclause 9.3.5

Schedule 1, subclause 9.3.2
classification society
issuing body

Schedule 1, subclause 9.3.3
9.3.2
subclause 9.3.2

Schedule 1, subclauses 9.3.3 and 9.3.4
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 9.3.4
9.3.5
subclause 9.3.5

Schedule 1, subclause 9.3.5.3
Marine Orders, Part 32
Marine Order 32 (Cargo handling equipment) 2011

Schedule 1, subclause 9.3.5.3
9.3.2
subclause 9.3.2

Schedule 1, clause 10
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, clause 10
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 1, subclause 11.2
Provision
clause

Schedule 1, subclause 11.1
Provision
Clause

Schedule 1, subclause 11.1
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclauses 11.3.2 and 11.6.1
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 11.8.1
surveyor
inspector or the vessel’s recognised organisation

Schedule 1, subclauses 11.8.3 and 11.9.1
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, paragraphs 12.1.1(a) and (b)
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 12.2
ship
vessel

Schedule 6    Marine Orders Part 15, issue 5
(section 3)
[1]       Section 2, definition of Fire Safety Systems Code (or FSS Code)
substitute
Fire Safety Systems Code (or FSS Code) means the International Code on Fire Safety Systems adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.98 (73), as in force from time to time.
Note 1   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends this Code is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[2]       Section 2, definitions of SOLAS ship, surveyor
omit
[3]       Section 2, note 2
omit
·         AMSA
insert
·         cargo vessel
[4]       Section 2, note 2
after
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
insert
·         national law
[5]       Section 2, after note 2
insert
Note 4   Some terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         foreign vessel
·         inspector
·         recognised organisation.
[6]       Section 4
substitute
4          Application
       4.1     This Order applies to each of the following vessels:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
       4.2     However, this Order applies to a foreign vessel to which SOLAS applies only to the extent that the vessel fails to comply with Chapter II-2 of SOLAS.
[7]       Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
Insert

Section 1A
15, issue 5
15 (Construction — fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction) 2009

Subsection 1.1
SOLAS ships
vessels to which Chapter II-2 of SOLAS applies

Subsection 1.1
non-SOLAS ships
vessels to which Chapter II-2 of SOLAS does not apply

Subsection 1.2.1
Section 191
Paragraph 340(1)(a)

Subsection 1.2.1
Paragraph 215(1)(b)
Paragraph 339(2)(h)

Subsection 1.2.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 1.2.2
425(1)
339(1)

Subsection 1.2.3
425(1AA)
342(1)

Section 2, note 1
Note 1
Note 2

Section 2, note 2
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Section 2, note 2
Note 2
Note 3

Section 3.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.2
an Australian registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Section 5
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 5.1
ship
vessel

Paragraph 5.3(a)
ship
vessel

Section 6
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 6.1, note
provision
subsection

Subsection 6.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.1, heading
SOLAS ships
Vessels to which Chapter II-2 of SOLAS applies

Subsection 7.1.1
SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter II-2 of SOLAS applies

Subsection 7.1.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 7.1.2
ship
vessel

Paragraph 7.1.1(b)
if registered in Australia
for a regulated Australian vessel

Paragraph 7.1.2(a)
Marine Orders Part 47
Marine Order 47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012

Subsection 7.1.2(b)
Marine Orders Part 49
Marine Order 49 (High Speed Craft) 2009

Subsection 7.2, heading
Non-SOLAS ships
Vessels to which Chapter II-2 of SOLAS does not apply

Subsection 7.2
ship that is not a SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter II-2 of SOLAS does not apply

Subsections 7.2 and 7.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.3
Australian registered ship or class of ships
regulated Australian vessel or class of vessels

Subsection 7.3
ships to
vessels to

Schedule 1, heading
provision
section

Schedule 1, clause 1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Schedule 1, clause 1
2,
clauses 2,

Schedule 1, clause 2
self contained
self-contained

Schedule 1, paragraph 2(c)
2.1
subclauses 2.1

Schedule 1, clause 3
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, clause 4
4.1
subclauses 4.1

Schedule 2, heading
provision
section

Schedule 2, subclause 1.1
1.2
subclauses 1.2

Schedule 2, subclause 1.4
1.2
subclause 1.2

Schedule 2, subclause 2.1
2.2
subclauses 2.2

Schedule 2, subclause 3.1
3.2
subclauses 3.2

Schedule 2, subclause 3.4
3.3
subclause 3.3

Schedule 2, clause 4
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, subclause 4.5
4.6
subclause 4.6

Schedule 2, subclauses 4.6, 4.7 and 4.8.3
a surveyor
an inspector or the vessel’s recognised organisation

Schedule 2, subclause 4.7
the surveyor
the inspector or the vessel’s recognised organisation

Schedule 2, subclause 4.8.3
4.8.1
subclauses 4.8.1

Schedule 3, heading
provision
section

Schedule 3, paragraph 1.1.1(d)
1.1.2
subclause 1.1.2

Schedule 3, subclause 1.1.3
a surveyor
an inspector or the vessel’s recognised organisation

Schedule 3, Table 1
ship
vessel

Schedule 3, Table 1
Ships
Vessels

Schedule 3, Table 1
ships
vessels

Schedule 3, Table 1
Marine Orders, Part 31
Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006

Schedule 3, Table 1
See 4
See clause 4

Schedule 3, Table 1
Appendix
Schedule

Schedule 3, subclause 1.3.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Schedule 7    Marine Orders Part 16, issue 3
(section 3)
Division 1     Initial modification
[1]       Before section 1
insert
Division 1     Preliminary
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 16 (Load Lines) 2004.
[2]       Subsection 1.2
substitute
1.2       Power
    1.2.1     Section 98 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for safety certificates including giving effect to the Load Lines Convention.
    1.2.2     Subsection 309(2) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the keeping of logbooks.
    1.2.3     Section 314 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for matters relating to certificates.
    1.2.4     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
    1.2.5     Paragraph 340(1)(d) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for giving effect to the Load Lines Convention.
    1.2.6     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which regulations may provide.
[3]       Section 2
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
assigning authority means:
(a)   for a vessel whose freeboard is assigned by a recognised organisation — the recognised organisation; or
(b)   for any other vessel — the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         length
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Navigation Act
·         passenger vessel
·         recognised organisation
·         SOLAS
·         USL Code.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         Load Lines Convention
·         master
·         regulated Australian vessel.
Note 3   Information on obtaining copies of IMO documents mentioned in this Order is available from AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au or by email at international.relations@amsa.gov.au.
[4]       Subsection 3.4
omit
[5]       Sections 4 to 6
substitute
4          Application
       4.1     This Order applies to the following vessels:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
       4.2     This Order does not apply to a fishing vessel.
5          Equivalents
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Division 3 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative.
       5.4     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that may be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a section of this Order, or a provision of the Load Lines Convention, requires to be fitted or carried in a vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel, as an alternative to a requirement of:
             (i)  this Order; or
            (ii)  the Load Lines Convention.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about equivalents and exemptions:
· making an application
· seeking further information about an application
· the time allowed for consideration of an application
· notification of a decision on an application
· review of decisions.
6          Exemptions
       6.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       6.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       6.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene:
             (i)  this Order; or
            (ii)  the Load Lines Convention.
       6.4     An application for an exemption from a requirement of this Order must include any information that the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration considers necessary.
Division 2     Requirements for vessels to which the Load Lines Convention applies
[6]       Section 9
omit
[7]       Section 11
substitute
11        Strength of vessel
     11.1     Freeboards may be assigned to a vessel in accordance with this Order only if the general structural strength of the vessel is sufficient for it to be loaded to the draughts corresponding to those freeboards.
     11.2     A vessel built and maintained in accordance with the requirements of a recognised organisation of the country of registration of the vessel is taken to have sufficient general structural strength.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 contains a list of recognised organisations.
[8]       Section 14
substitute
Division 3     Requirements for vessels to which the Load Lines Convention does not apply
14        Non‑Load Lines Convention vessels — general requirements
14.1     Vessels 24 m and over in length
                 Parts 2, 3, 5 and 6 of section 7 of the USL Code apply to a vessel that is 24 m and over in length and is not subject to the Load Lines Convention.
14.2     Vessels under 24 m in length
  14.2.1     Part 11 of section 7 of the USL Code applies to a vessel that is under 24 m in length and is not subject to the Load Lines Convention.
  14.2.2     The master and owner of a vessel under 24 m in length need not comply with Division 4 if a certificate of survey that complies with Marine Order 31 (Vessel surveys and certification) 2006 is maintained for the vessel.
  14.2.3     If a load line certificate is issued for a vessel mentioned in subsection 14.2.1, the vessel must comply with parts 2, 3, 5 and 6 of section 7 of the USL Code.
14A     Criteria for issue of certificates — non Load Lines Convention vessels
  14A.1     For sections 103 and 104 of the Navigation Act, a regulated Australian vessel to which the Load Lines Convention does not apply must have an Australian load line certificate in accordance with Form 3 in Schedule 2.
  14A.2     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, an Australian load line certificate is a safety certificate.
Note    It is an offence under sections 103 and 104 of the Navigation Act if a vessel is taken to sea without a certificate of a specified kind in force for the vessel.
  14A.3     For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of an Australian load line certificate are that:
(a)   the vessel is surveyed in accordance with section 21 and found to comply with the conditions of assignment applicable to the vessel; and
(b)   the vessel complies with the relevant requirements of section 7 of the USL Code.
  14A.4     An Australian load line certificate must specify a period of up to 5 years for which the certificate remains in force.
14B     Criteria for variation of certificates — non Load Lines Convention vessels
   14B.1     For section 101 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for variation of an Australian load line certificate are that:
(a)   a written application is made to the assigning authority, stating the nature of the variation; and
(b)   the vessel complies with the survey requirements mentioned in section 21 and any additional survey requirements imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration; and
(c)   the safety of the vessel and any person on board will not be adversely affected.
   14B.2     If an Australian load line certificate is varied by extending the term of the certificate, the term of extension must not be more than 3 months.
14C     Criteria for revocation of certificates — non Load Lines Convention vessels
      14C     For section 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of an Australian load line certificate are that:
(a)   the required surveys mentioned in section 21 are not completed within the periods specified; or
(b)   the certificate is not endorsed to show that the annual survey of the vessel has occurred as specified in section 21; or
(c)   the vessel’s hull or superstructures are altered to the extent that an increased freeboard must be assigned; or
(d)   fittings and appliances to protect the openings, guard rails, freeing ports and means of access to a seafarer’s quarters are not maintained in an effective condition; or
(e)   the vessel ceases to be registered in Australia.
Division 4     Requirements for all vessels mentioned in Divisions 2 and 3 of this Order
[9]       Section 15, heading
substitute
15        Statement of assigning authority
[10]     Subsection 15.1, heading
omit
[11]     After subsection 15.1.1
insert
15.1.1A    An offence against subsection 19.1{.1} is a strict liability offence.
15.1.1B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 19.1{.1}.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
[12]     Subsection 15.2, heading
substitute
12        Loading information
[13]     After subsection 15.1.2
insert
15.1.2A    An offence against subsection 19.1.2 is a strict liability offence.
15.1.2B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 19.1.2.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
[11]     Subsection 15.2.1, notes
substitute
15.2.1A    An offence against subsection 12.2.1 is a strict liability offence.
15.2.1B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 12.2.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
Note   Chapter II-I of SOLAS provides stability information that vessels to which SOLAS applies are required to carry.
15.2.1C    For subsection 12.2.1, information marked by the recognised organisation or AMSA as approved is taken to remain acceptable for all subsequent inspections and surveys unless the vessel has undergone structural modification.
15.2.1D    For paragraph 12.2.1(a), a loading instrument includes a computer and any associated computer program approved by the issuing body.
[12]     After subsection 15.2.2
insert
  15.2.3     An offence against subsection 12.2.2 is a strict liability offence.
  15.2.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 12.2.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
15A     Criteria for issue of certificates — Load Lines Convention vessels
  15A.1     For sections 103 and 104 of the Navigation Act, a regulated Australian vessel to which the Load Lines Convention applies must have:
(a)   an international load line certificate in accordance with Form 1 in Schedule 2; or
(b)   an international load line exemption certificate in accordance with Form 2 in Schedule 2.
  15A.2     For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criterion for the issue of an international load line certificate is that the vessel is surveyed in accordance with Article 14 of the Load Lines Convention and found to comply with the Convention.
  15A.3     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, an international load line certificate is a safety certificate.
Note    It is an offence under sections 103 and 104 of the Navigation Act if a vessel is taken to sea without a certificate of a specified kind in force for the vessel.
  15A.4     An international load line certificate must specify a period up to 5 years for which the certificate remains in force.
  15A.5     For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criterion for the issue of an international load line exemption certificate is that paragraph 2 or 4 of Article 6 of the Load Lines Convention applies to the vessel.
  15A.7     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, an international load line exemption certificate is a safety certificate.
  15A.8     An international load line exemption certificate issued in accordance with paragraph 2 of Article 6 of the Load Lines Convention must specify a period of up to 5 years for which the certificate remains in force.
  15A.9     An international load line exemption certificate issued in accordance with paragraph 4 of Article 6 of the Load Lines Convention remains in force for the duration of the single voyage for which it is issued.
15B     Criteria for variation of certificates — Load Lines Convention vessels
                 For section 101 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for variation of an international load line certificate or an international load line exemption certificate are set out in paragraphs 2 and 4 of Article 19 of the Load Lines Convention.
15C     Criteria for revocation of certificates — Load Lines Convention vessels
   15C.1     For section 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of an international load line certificate are that:
(a)   the hull or superstructures of the vessel are altered to the extent that an increased freeboard must be assigned; or
(b)   the fittings and appliances mentioned in subparagraph (1)(c) of Article 14 of the Load Lines Convention are not maintained in effective condition; or
(c)   the certificate is not endorsed to show that the vessel has been inspected in accordance with subparagraph (1)(c) of Article 14 of the Load Lines Convention; or
(d)   the structural strength of the vessel is lowered to the extent that the vessel is unsafe.
   15C.2     For section 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of an international load line exemption certificate are that:
(a)   the hull or superstructures of the vessel are altered to the extent that an increased freeboard must be assigned; or
(b)   the fittings and appliances mentioned in subparagraph (1)(c) of Article 14 of the Load Lines Convention are not maintained in effective condition; or
(c)   the certificate is not endorsed to show that the vessel has been inspected in accordance with subparagraph (1)(c) of Article 14 of the Load Lines Convention; or
(d)   the structural strength of the vessel is lowered to the extent that the vessel is unsafe; or
(e)   the vessel does not comply with a safety requirement specified as a safety requirement with which the vessel must comply.
Note   Paragraph 5 of Article 19 of the Load Lines Convention provides that a certificate issued to a vessel ceases to be valid on the transfer of the vessel to the flag of another State.
[13]     Section 16
substitute
16        Entries to be made in the official log‑book
                 For section 309 of the Navigation Act, the master of a regulated Australian vessel must make the entries in the official log-book that are mentioned in Parts II and III of the prescribed form of the official log-book.
Note   Marine Order 11 (Living and working conditions on vessels) 2013 sets out the matters which must be recorded in the official log book.
[14]     Sections 19 to 21
substitute
21        Alterations
     21.1     The owner of a vessel may permit an alteration mentioned in Article 15 of the Load Lines Convention to be made to the vessel only if:
(a)   the owner applies for approval in writing to the assigning authority for the existing load line certificate, stating the nature of the alteration proposed; and
(b)   the assigning authority approves the proposed alteration; and
(c)   the alteration is in accordance with any conditions mentioned in the approval.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     21.2     An offence against subsection 22.1 is a strict liability offence.
     21.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 22.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     After section 22
insert
22A     Meaning of overloaded
  22A.1     For paragraph 113(a) of the Navigation Act, this section sets out the circumstances in which a vessel is overloaded.
  22A.2     A vessel is overloaded if the appropriate load line would be submerged if the vessel were floating without a list in still salt water of a specific gravity of 1.025.
  22A.3     A vessel is overloaded if:
(a)   it is engaged on, or is about to engage on, a voyage during which a load line other than the appropriate load line would, at some later time during the voyage, become the appropriate load line (the second load line); and
(b)   the second load line would be submerged if the vessel were floating without a list in still salt water of a specific gravity of 1.025 and the fuel and other material that would normally be consumed or discharged before the second load line became the appropriate load line were unloaded from the vessel.
  22A.4     A vessel is overloaded if:
(a)   it is a passenger vessel; and
(b)   the appropriate subdivision load line would be submerged if the vessel were floating without a list in still salt water of a specific gravity of 1.025.
  22A.5     For this section, the appropriate load line or appropriate subdivision load line is determined in accordance with section 23.
[16]     Section 23
substitute
23        Markings
     23.1     For paragraph 339(2)(d) of the Navigation Act, a regulated Australian vessel must be marked with:
(a)   the marks required by the Load Lines Convention; and
(b)   clearly visible draught marks in accordance with Schedule 1.
     23.2     The owner of a vessel must ensure that the marks mentioned in subsection 24.1 are maintained in a clearly visible condition.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     23.3     An offence against subsection 24.2 is a strict liability offence.
     23.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 24.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     After Appendix
insert
Schedule 2    Forms
Form1
 
AUSTRALIA
MO16-LL88
 
Certificate Number       
INTERNATIONAL LOAD LINE CERTIFICATE
Issued under the
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON LOAD LINES, 1966
and in accordance with Assembly resolution A.718(17) relating to the early implementation of the
harmonized system of survey and certification as modified by the Protocol of 1988, under the authority of the Australian Government by the
                
(person or organisation authorised)
Particulars of ship
Name of ship
    
IMO Number
           
Port of registry
    

Length (L) as defined in article 2(8))
    
Distinctive number or letters
    

Freeboard assigned as
         
Type of ship
              

 
Freeboard from deck line                                                    Load Line
Tropical                                    mm (T)                                                        mm above (S)
Summer                                    mm (S)                                                 Upper edge of line through centre of ring
Winter                                       mm (W)                                                      mm below (S)
Winter North Atlantic            mm (WNA)                                                mm below (S)
Allowance for fresh water for all freeboards                                       mm
The upper edge of the deck line from which these freeboards are measured is      mm       deck at side.
 
 
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT:
1.   The ship has been surveyed in accordance with the requirements of article 14 of the Convention.
2.   The survey showed that the freeboards have been assigned and load lines shown above have been marked in accordance with the Convention:
This certificate is valid until       subject to annual surveys in accordance with article 14(1)(c) of the Convention.
 
Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:      .
Issued at                                                                                                            .......................................................................................
             (Place of issue of certificate)                          (Date of issue)                      (Signature of authorised official issuing the certificate)
                 
                 
Endorsements for annual surveys
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that, at an annualsurvey required by article 14(1)(c) of the Convention, the ship was found to comply with the relevant requirements of the Convention.
Annual survey:
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Annual survey:
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Annual survey:
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Annual survey:
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Annual survey in accordance with article 19(8)(c)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that, at the annualsurvey in accordance with article 19(8)(c) of the Convention, the ship was found to comply with the relevant requirements of the Convention.
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Endorsement to extend the certificate if valid for less than 5 years where article 19(3) applies
The ship complies with the relevant requirements of the Convention, and this certificate will, in accordance with
article 19(3) of the Convention, be accepted as valid until ....................................................................................
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Endorsement if the renewal survey has been completed and article 19(4) applies
The ship complies with the relevant requirements of the Convention, and this certificate will, in accordance with
article 19(4) of the Convention, be accepted as valid until ....................................................................................
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Endorsement to extend the validity of the certificate until reaching the port of survey or for a period of grace if article 19(5) or 19(6) applies
This certificate will, in accordance with article 19(5) or 19(6) of the Convention, be accepted as valid until
            
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Endorsement for advancement of anniversary date if article 19(8) applies
In accordance with article 19(8) of the Convention:
The new anniversary date is ................................................
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
The new anniversary date is ................................................
 
Place:  Date:................................................. Signed:..............................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
Form 2
 
AUSTRALIA
Certificate Number       
INTERNATIONAL LOAD LINE
EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE
Issued under the
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON LOAD LINES, 1966
as modified by the Protocol of 1988,
under the authority of the Australian Government by the
                
(person or organisation recognised)
Particulars of ship
Name of ship
    
IMO Number
           
Port of registry
    

Length (L) as defined in article 2(8))
     m
Distinctive number or letters
    

 
 
THIS IS TO CERTIFY:
That the ship is exempted from the provisions of the Convention, under the authority conferred by            of the Convention.
The provisions of the Convention from which the ship is exempted under Article 6(2) are:
         
    
The voyage for which exemption is granted under Article 6(4) is:
From:                         
To:                              
Conditions, if any, on which exemption is granted under either Article 6(2) or Article 6(4):
    
This certificate is valid until       subject to annual surveys in accordance with article 14(1)(c) of the Convention.
Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:      .
Issued at                                                                                                             .......................................................................................
             (Place of issue of certificate)                           (Date of issue)                      (Signature of authorised official issuing the certificate)
                 
                      
 
Endorsement for annual surveys
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that, at an annualsurvey required by article 14(1)(c) of the Convention, the ship was found to comply with the conditions under which this exemption was granted.
 
 
Annual survey:
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
 
Annual survey:
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
 
Annual survey:
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
 
Annual survey:
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
Certificate Number       
 
Annual survey in accordance with article 19(8)(c)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that, at asurvey in accordance with article 19(8)(c) of the Convention, the ship was found to comply with the relevant requirements of the Convention.
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
 
Endorsement to extend the certificate if valid for less than 5 years and if article 19(3) applies
The ship complies with the relevant requirements of the Convention, and this certificate will, in accordance
with article 19(3) of the Convention, be accepted as valid until ...........................................................................
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
 
Endorsement if the renewal survey has been completed and article 19(4) applies
The ship complies with the relevant requirements of the Convention, and this certificate will, in accordance
with article 19(4) of the Convention, be accepted as valid until ...........................................................................
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
 
Endorsement to extend the validity of the certificate until reaching the port of survey or for a period of grace if article 19(5) or 19(6) applies
This certificate will, in accordance with article 19(5) / 19(6) *  of the Convention, be accepted as valid
until    
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
 
Endorsement for advancement of anniversary date if article 19(8) applies
In accordance with article 19(8) of the Convention the new anniversary date is .......................................................................
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
In accordance with article 19(8) of the Convention the new anniversary date is .......................................................................
Place:  .............................................................. Date:.......................................       Signed:....................................................................
             (Signature of authorised official)
 
* Delete as appropriate
Form 3
Australian Load Line Certificate
Navigation Act 2012
Issued under the authority of the Australian Government,
by      .
 
Name of Ship
Distinctive Number or Letters
Port of Registry
Length(L) as defined in Article 2(8)

    
    
    
    

 
Freeboard assigned as:             
Type of ship:                 
Note: Freeboards and load lines which are not applicable need not be entered on the certificate.
 
Freeboard from Deck Line                                                                               Load Line
Tropical                                             mm (T)                                                               mm above (S)
Summer                                            mm (S)                                                        Upper edge of line through centre of ring.
Winter                                                mm (W)                                                              mm below (S)
Winter North Atlantic                       mm (WNA)                                                        mm below (S)
Timber Tropical                               mm (LT)                                                             mm above (LS)
Timber Summer                              mm (LS)                                                            mm above (S)
Timber Winter                                  mm (LW)                                                           mm below (LS)
Timber Winter North Atlantic         mm (LWNA)                                                      mm below (LS)
Allowance for fresh water for all freeboards other than timber        mm
For timber freeboards       mm
The upper edge of the deck line from which these freeboards are measured is       mm        deck at side.
Date of initial or periodical survey      
This is to certify that this ship has been surveyed and that the freeboards have been assigned and load lines shown above have been marked in accordance with the Navigation Act 2012.
Service restrictions...................................................................................................................................................................................
This certificate is valid until      , subject to periodical inspections in accordance with Marine Order 16 (Load Lines) 2004.
Issued at       Date of Issue      
The undersigned declares that he or she is duly authorised by the Australian Government to issue this certificate.
 
 
             .......................................................................................
             Delegate
 
Note 1   When a ship departs from a port situated on a river or inland waters, deeper loading will be permitted corresponding to the weight of fuel and all other materials required for consumption between the point of departure and the sea.
Note 2   When a ship is in fresh water of unit density the appropriate load line may be submerged by the amount of the fresh water allowance shown above. Where the density is other than unity, an allowance will be made proportional to the difference between 1.025 and the actual density.
 
 
This is to certify that, at a periodical inspection required by Marine Order 16 (Load Lines) 2004, this ship was found to comply with the relevant provisions of the Load Lines Convention.
 
 
Place.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          Date .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               
             Signature or seal, or both,  of issuing authority
 
 
 
Place .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         Date .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .
             Signature or seal, or both, of issuing authority
 
 
 
 
Place .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         Date .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..….. . . Signature or seal, or both, of issuing authority
 
 
 
 
Place .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         Date .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .                Signature or seal, or both, of issuing authority
 
 
Marine Order 16 (Load Lines) 2004 being fully complied with by this ship, the validity of this certificate is, in accordance with Marine Order 16 (Load Lines) 2004 or Article 19(2) of the Convention, extended
until .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
 
 
Place .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         Date .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
             Signature or seal, or both, of issuing authority
[18]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.1
an Australian registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Section 3
Part
Order

Section 3
Line
Lines

Subsections 3.2 and 3.3
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 3.3, note
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 7
Line
Lines

Section 7
ships
vessels

Section 7
ship
vessel

Section 7
Part
Order

Section 7
221
334

Section 7A
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 7A
Line
Lines

Section 8
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 8.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 8.1
Part
Order

Paragraph 8.1(a)
Line
Lines

Paragraph 8.1(e)
the purposes of section 187C and 207 of the Navigation Act
determining overloading

Subsection 8.2
8.1
subsection 16.1

Section 10
Line
Lines

Section 12
ship
vessel

Section 12
Line
Lines

Paragraph 12(c)
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Paragraph 12(c)
Part or another Part of Marine Orders
Order or another Order

Section 13
Line
Lines

Section 13
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 13
ship
vessel

Section 13, note
Orders, Part 47 (Mobile Off‑shore Drilling Units)
Order 47 (Mobile Off‑shore Drilling Units) 2012

Subsection 15.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 15.1
Line
Lines

Subsection 15.1
provision
section

Subsection 15.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Paragraph 15.1.1(b)
8
16

Subsection 15.1.2
15.1.1
subsection 19.1.1

Subsection 15.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 15.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 15.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Subsection 15.2.1
Line
Lines

Paragraph 15.2.1(a)
that authority
the organisation

Paragraph 15.2.1(b)
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Paragraph 15.2.1(b)
master
master or is approved by the vessel’s flag state

Subsection 15.2.2
15.2.1
subsection 12.2.1

Section 17
ships
a vessel

Section 17
Line
Lines

Section 17
ship
vessel

Section 17
Part
Order

Section 17
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 17
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Paragraph 17.2.3(a)
provision 15
sections 12 and 19

Subparagraph 17.2.3(b)(ii)
provision 23
section 24

Subsection 17.3.2
17.3.3
subsection 21.3.3

Paragraph 17.3.5(a)
provision 15
sections 12 and 19

Subparagraph 17.3.5(b)(ii)
provision 23
section 24

Paragraph 17.4.2(a)
provision 15
sections 12 and 19

Subparagraph 17.4.2(b)(ii)
provision 23
section 24

Section 18
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 18
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 18
provision 15.1
section 19

Paragraph 18(b)
ship
vessel

Section 22, heading
Overloading
Appropriate load line

Section 22
ship registered in Australia
regulated Australian vessel

Section 22
the purposes of subsection 187C(5) of the Navigation Act
section 23A

Section 22
Line
Lines

Section 22
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 22
SOLAS ship registered in a country other than Australia
foreign vessel to which SOLAS applies

Subsection 22.1.1
the ship
the vessel

Subsection 22.1.1
Load Line Convention ship registered in a country other than Australia
foreign vessel to which the Load Lines Convention applies

Subsection 22.1.2
ship registered in a country other than Australia and not being a Load Line Convention ship
foreign vessel to which the Load Lines Convention does not apply

Subsection 22.1.2
a ship
a ship

Subsection 22.1.2
the ship
the ship

Subsection 22.2.1 and 22.2.2
passenger ship
passenger ship

Subsection 22.2.2
the ship
the vessel

Subsection 22.2.2
that ship
that vessel

Subsection 22.2.3
22.2.2
subsection 23.2.2

Paragraph 22.2.3(a)
ship;
vessel;

Subsection 22.2.4
22.2.1 or 22.2.2
subsection 23.2.1 or 23.2.2

Subsection 22.2.4
ship
vessel

Appendix, heading
Appendix
Schedule 1

Appendix, clauses 1 to 8
ship
vessel

Appendix, clauses 1, 2, 6 and 7
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix, subclause 2.4
2.5
subclause 2.5

Appendix, subclause 2.4
2.1
subclause 2.1

Appendix, subclause 2.4
2.2
paragraph 2.2

Appendix, paragraph 2.5(a)
2.4
subclause 2.4

Appendix, subclause 2.6
2.4
subclause 2.4

Appendix, subclause 3.1
3.2
subclauses 3.2

Appendix, subclause 3.1
2.2
paragraph 2.2

Appendix, subclause 3.2
3.1
subclause 3.1

Appendix, subclause 3.3
3.1
subclause 3.1

Appendix, subparagraph 4.1(b)(ii)
(i)
subparagraph (i)

Appendix, paragraph 4.1(c)
(a)
paragraph (a)

Appendix, subclause 4.4
2.2 (b)
paragraph 2.2(b)

Appendix, clause 5
2.2 (a)
paragraph 2.2(a)

Appendix, clauses 6 and 8
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Appendix, clause 7, heading
ships
vessels

Appendix, subclause 7.2
2.4
subclauses 2.4

Appendix, subclause 8.2
clause
subclause

Division 2     Consequent modifications
[19]     Renumbering
for each of the following provisions, renumber and relocate as indicated the provision and renumber each subsection and heading within the provision that includes the number of the provision
provision
renumber and relocate as

Section 7A
Section 8

Section 8
Section 16

Section 11
Section 17

Section 12
Section 18

Section 13
Section 11

Section 14A
Section 15

Section 14B
Section 15A

Section 14C
Section 15B

Subsection 15.1
Section 19

Subsection 15.2
Section 12

Section 15A
Section 13

Section 15B
Section 13A

Section 15C
Section 13B

Section 16
Section 20

Section 17
Section 21

Section 18
Section 25

Section 21
Section 22

Section 22A
Section 23A

Section 22
Section 23

Section 23
Section 24

Schedule 8    Marine Orders Part 17, issue 6
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 17 (Liquefied gas carriers and chemical tankers) 2006.
[2]       Section 1, note
substitute
Note   The text of Chapter VII as at 1 July 2013 is in the SOLAS Consolidated Edition 2009 published by the IMO, as amended by resolution MSC.201(81), Annex 3 of resolution MSC.216(82) and resolution MSC.256(84).
[3]       Subsection 1.2.1
substitute
    1.2.1     Subsection 98(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision in relation to safety certificates.
1.2.1A     Subsection 98(2) of the Navigation Act provides that, without limiting subsection 98(1), the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
  1.2.1B     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act also provides that the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
[4]       After subsection 1.2.3
insert
1.2.3A     Subsection 112(6) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision in relation to the carriage of dangerous goods.
[5]       Section 2
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
BCH Code means the Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.9 (53), as in force from time to time.
EGC Code means the Code for Existing Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk adopted by IMO Resolution A.329 (IX), as in force from time to time.
GC Code means the Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk adopted by IMO Resolution A.328(IX), as in force from time to time.
IBC Code means the International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk, the consolidated text of which was adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.176 (79), as in force from time to time.
IGC Code means the International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.5 (48), as in force from time to time.
relevant Code, for a vessel, means whichever of the following applies to the vessel:
(a)   the BCH Code;
(b)   the IBC Code;
(c)   the GC Code;
(d)   the EGC Code;
(e)   the IGC Code.
Note 1   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends a Code mentioned in this Order is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
Note 2   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
·         MARPOL
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 3   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         master
·         recognised organisation.
[6]       Subsection 3.2
omit
[7]       Sections 4 to 8
substitute
4          Application
                 This Order applies to:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel; and
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
5          Exemptions
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process mentioned in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The decision maker may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS, MARPOL or a Code mentioned in this Order.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
5A       Equivalents
    5A.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use, see subsection 5A.4.
    5A.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
    5A.3     The decision maker may approve use of an equivalent only if:
(a)   he or she is satisfied that use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS, MARPOL or a Code mentioned in this Order.
    5A.4     For this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
6          Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order, other than a decision under section 5 or 5A, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note 1    A decision under section 5 or 5A is also a reviewable decision for Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 because it is mentioned in section 16 of that Order.
Note 2   Section 313 of the Navigation Act provides for review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of decisions under sections 100, 101 and 102 of the Act relating to safety certificates.
7          Meaning of relevant port in sections 7A and 7B
       7.1     In sections 7A and 7B:
relevant port means:
(a)   for a regulated Australian vessel — any port; or
(b)   for a foreign vessel — a port in Australia.
7A       Safety certificate to be in force — dangerous chemicals in bulk
    7A.1     The master of a vessel must not permit dangerous chemicals in bulk to be loaded onto or unloaded from the vessel at a relevant port if an appropriate safety certificate is not in force for the vessel.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
    7A.2     An offence against subsection 7A.1 is a strict liability offence.
    7A.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7A.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
    7A.4     The owner of a vessel must ensure that dangerous chemicals in bulk are not loaded onto or unloaded from the vessel at a relevant port if an appropriate safety certificate is not in force for the vessel.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
    7A.5     An offence against subsection 7A.4 is a strict liability offence.
    7A.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7A.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
    7A.7     In this section:
appropriate safety certificate means:
(a)   for a vessel constructed before 1 July 1986 — a valid Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk, issued in accordance with the BCH Code; and
(b)   for a vessel constructed after 30 June 1986 — a valid International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk, issued in accordance with the IBC Code.
7B       Safety certificate to be in force — liquefied gases in bulk
     7B.1     The master of a vessel must not permit liquefied gases in bulk to be loaded onto or unloaded from the vessel at a relevant port if an appropriate safety certificate is not in force for the vessel.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     7B.2     An offence against subsection 7B.1 is a strict liability offence.
     7B.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7B.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
     7B.4     The owner of a vessel must ensure that liquefied gases in bulk are not loaded onto or unloaded from the vessel at a relevant port if an appropriate safety certificate is not in force for the vessel.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     7B.5     An offence against subsection 7B.4 is a strict liability offence.
     7B.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7B.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
     7B.7     In this section:
appropriate safety certificate means:
(a)   for a vessel constructed before 1 July 1986 — either of the following:
             (i)  a valid Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk, issued in accordance with the GC Code;
            (ii)  a valid Certificate of Fitness, issued in accordance with the EGC Code; and
(b)   for a vessel constructed after 30 June 1986 — a valid International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk, issued in accordance with the IGC Code.
8          General provisions about safety certificates
            Application for safety certificate
       8.1     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, the kinds of certificates mentioned in sections 7A and 7B are safety certificates.
            Issue of safety certificates
       8.2     For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of a safety certificate of a kind mentioned in section 7A or 7B for a regulated Australian vessel are that:
(a)   the vessel has been surveyed in accordance with the relevant Code; and
(b)   the vessel complies with the relevant Code.
            Duration of safety certificates
       8.3     For subsection 314(3) of the Navigation Act, a safety certificate of a kind mentioned in section 7A or 7B ceases to be in force at the earliest of:
(a)   the end of the period mentioned in the certificate; or
(b)   the end of the maximum period mentioned in the relevant Code; or
(c)   when it is revoked.
            Variation of safety certificates
       8.4     For subsection 101(1) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for a variation of a safety certificate of a kind mentioned in section 7A or 7B are that:
(a)   a written application for a variation of the certificate is made to the issuing body, stating the nature of variation sought; and
(b)   the vessel has a valid safety certificate of a kind mentioned in section 7A or 7B; and
(c)   the vessel complies with the survey requirements of the relevant Code; and
(d)   the vessel undergoes any additional surveys required by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration; and
(e)   the vessel complies with any conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
            Revocation of safety certificates
       8.5     For section 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of a safety certificate of a kind mentioned in section 7A or 7B are that:
(a)   the vessel does not comply with the relevant Code; or
(b)   the surveys required by the relevant Code are not completed within the periods specified in the relevant Code; or
(c)   the certificate is not endorsed in accordance with the relevant Code; or
(d)   the vessel ceases to be registered in Australia.
[8]       Subsections 9.1 and 9.2
substitute
9.1       Vessels to be operated in accordance with relevant Code
       9.1     The owner of a vessel to which a relevant Code applies must ensure that the vessel is operated at all times in accordance with the relevant Code.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
       9.2     An offence against subsection 9.1 is a strict liability offence.
    9.2A     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
     9.2B     The master of a vessel to which a relevant Code applies must ensure that the vessel is operated at all times in accordance with the relevant Code.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     9.2C     An offence against subsection 9.2B is a strict liability offence.
    9.2D     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.2B.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       Subsections 9.3.2 and 9.3.3
substitute
    9.3.2     If an inspector gives a direction under subsection 9.3.1, a person must not resume or commence the loading or unloading operation until the inspector tells the person that the inspector satisfied that the operation is safe and the direction is withdrawn.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
    9.3.3     An offence against subsection 9.3.2 is a strict liability offence.
    9.3.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.3.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 1.2.2
Section 267P
Paragraph 340(1)(c)

Subsection 1.2.3
Section 257
Paragraph 112(5)(a)

Subsection 1.2.3
ships
vessels

Subsection 1.2.4
425 (1)
339(1)

Subsection 1.2.5
425 (1AA)
342(1)

Subsection 3.1
Part
Order

Subsection 3.1
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 9.3, heading
Surveyor
Inspector

Subsection 9.3
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 9.3
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 9.3.1
Part
Order

Subsection 9.4.1
9.3.1
subsection 9.3.1

Subsection 9.4.1
9.3.2
subsection 9.3.2

Subsection 9.4.2
9.4.1
subsection 9.4.1

Section 9.4
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 9.4.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Paragraph 9.4.1(c)
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.4.2
surveyor’s
inspector’s

Schedule 9    Marine Orders Part 18, issue 4
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 18 (Measures to enhance maritime safety) 2009.
[2]       Subclauses 1.2.1 and 1.2.2
substitute
    1.2.1     Paragraph 98(2)(a) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to give effect to SOLAS.
    1.2.2     Subsection 98(3) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about vessels included in a particular class requiring safety certificates of specified kinds, including certificates relating to survey, construction, machinery and equipment and other matters relating to the survey of vessels.
[3]       Subclause 1.2.4
substitute
    1.2.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders with respect to any matter for which provision must or may be made by the regulations.
[4]       Section 2
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
                 Continuous Synopsis Record means the document issued by AMSA in accordance with Regulation 5 of Chapter XI-1 of SOLAS.
home port, for a vessel, has the same meaning as in regulation 2 of the Shipping Registration Regulations 1981 for a ship.
official number, for a registered vessel, has the same meaning as in regulation 2 of the Shipping Registration Regulations 1981 for a registered ship.
Registrar of Ships means the Registrar or a Deputy Registrar as defined in section 3 of the Shipping Registration Act 1981.
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Australian General Shipping Register
·         Australian International Shipping Register
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         SOLAS.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         inspector
·         owner
·         regulated Australian vessel.
[5]       Subsection 3.4
omit
[6]       Subsection 4.1
substitute
       4.1     Subject to subsections 4.2 and 4.3, this Order applies to each of the following vessels:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
    4.1A     However, this Order does not apply to:
(a)   a fishing vessel; or
(b)   a vessel to which SOLAS applies to the extent that the vessel complies with Chapter XI-1 of SOLAS.
[7]       Sections 5 and 6
substitute
5          Exemptions
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
6          Equivalents
       6.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use, see subsection 6.4.
       6.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       6.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)    use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   approving use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS.
       6.4     For this provision:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that may be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in a vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made or a procedure that could be followed in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
[8]       Section 9
substitute
9          Registered owner identification number
                 Regulation 3-1 of Chapter XI-1 of SOLAS has effect in relation to the person with overall general control and management of the vessel and the registered owner of each vessel engaged on overseas voyages.
[9]       Subsection 10.1
substitute
10.1     Inspection of vessels
                 If an inspector considers that the master is, or other seafarers of a vessel in a port in Australia are, not familiar with essential onboard procedures relating to the safety of vessels, the inspector may inspect the vessel.
[10]     Subsection 10.2.3
substitute
  10.2.3     The master of a vessel must comply with an order under subsection 10.2.1.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
  10.2.4     An offence against subsection 10.2.3 is a strict liability offence.
  10.2.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.2.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     Subsection 11.1
substitute
11.1     Requirement for Continuous Synopsis Record
  11.1.1     The owner of a regulated Australian vessel must ensure that a Continuous Synopsis Record:
(a)   is kept on board the vessel; and
(b)   is available for inspection at all times; and
(c)   for a vessel constructed before 1 July 2004 — includes the history of the vessel from 1 July 2004.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
Note   The Continuous Synopsis Record of a vessel registered overseas is subject to inspection in Australia as part of AMSA’s port State control procedures.
  11.1.2     An offence against subsection 11.1.1 is a strict liability offence.
  11.1.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.1.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[12]     Subsection 11.3.1
substitute
11.3.1       Subsection 11.3.1A applies if a fact about which there is information in the Continuous Synopsis Record for a regulated Australian vessel changes.
11.3.1A    The owner of the vessel must, in writing, tell the Registrar of Ships about any change or addition required to the information in the Continuous Synopsis Record to deal with the change within 14 days after the changes was made.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
Note   A form for providing information about changes to the Continuous Synopsis Record is available on the AMSA web site at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
11.3.1B    An offence against subsection 11.3.1A is a strict liability offence.
11.3.1C    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.3.1A.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units
[13]     Subsection 11.3.3
substitute
  11.3.3     The owner of a vessel who receives an amended Continuous Synopsis Record must arrange for it to be attached to the superseded Continuous Synopsis Record within 14 days after receiving the amended record.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
11.3.3A    An offence against subsection 11.3.3 is a strict liability offence.
11.3.3B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.3.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     Subsection 11.4
substitute
11.4     Vessel ceasing to be registered in Australia
  11.4.1     The owner of a vessel that is no longer to be registered on the Australian General Shipping Register or the Australian International Shipping Register and has been registered on the register of a country other than Australia must, within 14 days after the vessel was registered on the other country’s register, tell the Registrar of Ships in writing:
(a)   the name of the  new country of registration; and
(b)   if known — the name and registered address of the entity that will operate the vessel under the new flag.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
  11.4.2     An offence against subsection 11.4.1 is a strict liability offence.
  11.4.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.4.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 1.1
international
overseas

Subsection 1.2.3
425(1)
339(1)

Section 3
Part
Order

Subsections 3.2, 4.2, 4.3, 10.2.1 and 10.2.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.3
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 4.2
Part
Order

Subsection 4.2
Provision
section

Subsection 4.3
Provision
Section

Section 7, note
ships
vessels

Sections 8 and 10
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.2, heading
ships
vessels

Subsection 10.2.1
A surveyor
An inspector

Subsection 10.2.1
10.1
subsection 10.1

Subsection 10.2.2
surveyor
inspector

Subsection 11.2.1
the ship
the vessel

Subsections 11.2.2, 11.2.3, 11.3.1, 11.3.2, 11.3.3 and 11.4
ship
vessel

Paragraph 11.2.1(a)
11.2.2
subsection 11.2.2

Paragraph 11.2.1(a)
an Australian registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Paragraphs 11.2.1(a) and 11.2.2(g)
Company operating
owner of

Subsection 11.2.2, note
download
downloaded

Paragraph 11.2.2(h)
classification societies
recognised organisations

Paragraphs 11.2.2(i) and (j)
organization
organisation

Subsection 11.2.3
11.2.2
subsection 11.2.2

Subsections 11.2.4 and 11.3.2
Registrar of ships
Registrar of Ships

Paragraph 11.3.2(a)
11.3.1
subsection 11.3.1A

Schedule 10  Marine Orders Part 19, issue 4
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 19 (Tonnage measurement) 2003.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order gives effect to the Tonnage Convention.
1B       Power
     1B.1     Paragraph 153(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may make provision giving effect to the Tonnage Convention.
     1B.2     Subsection 153(2) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may provide for assigning tonnages to vessels and measuring of tonnage of vessels.
     1B.3     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed, for carrying out or giving effect to the Navigation Act.
     1B.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides for the making of orders for anything that can be made by the regulations.
[2]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[3]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA, Australian Register of Ships, Chief Marine Surveyor, General Manager, IMO, MARPOL, passenger certificate, penal provision, Safety Convention, survey authority and Tonnage Measurement Convention
omit
[4]       Section 2, at the foot
insert
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Australian General Shipping Register
·         Australian International Shipping Register
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         SOLAS.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         Tonnage Convention.
[5]       Subsection 3.4
omit
[6]       Sections 4 and 5
substitute
4          Application
                 This Order applies to each of the following vessels:
(a)   a vessel to which the Tonnage Convention applies;
(b)   a vessel for which application is made for measurement for tonnage in accordance with this Order;
(c)   a vessel to which section 159 of the Navigation Act applies;
(d)   a vessel to which section 319 of the Navigation Act applies.
5          Review of decisions
                 A decision made under this Order by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration is a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
[7]       Subsection 7.1, footnote 5
substitute as note to subsection 7.1
Note   The tonnage measurement function has generally been delegated to recognised organisations. The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may be able to advise on the operation of the function.
[8]       After subsection 7.2.1
insert
7.2.1A     An offence against subsection 7.2.1 is a strict liability offence.
  7.2.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.2.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       After subsection 7.2.3
insert
    7.2.4     An offence against subsection 7.2.3 is a strict liability offence.
    7.2.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.2.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     Subsection 8.1
substitute
Australian Tonnage Certificate
       8.1     A tonnage certificate issued under section 155 of the Navigation Act is to be accordance with the form set out in Schedule 1.
Note   A tonnage certificate issued for a vessel constructed or adapted for the carriage of oil in bulk will be marked, if appropriate, to indicate the total tonnage of segregated ballast tanks. On request, AMSA will mark a tonnage certificate issued for an open-top container vessel with the reduced gross tonnage obtained by applying the formula set out in IMO Circular TM.5/Circ.4.
[11]     Subsection 8.2.3
omit
Register of Ships,
insert
General Shipping Register or the Australian International Shipping Register,
[12]     Subsection 8.3
substitute
Revocation of tonnage certificates
       8.3     A certificate mentioned in subsection 8.2 that ceases to be valid is taken to be revoked.
[13]     Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 2, definition of repealed regulations
17 July 1994;
17 July 1994.

Section 2, definition of tonnage of a ship
ship
vessel

Section 2, definition of tonnage of a ship
Part
Order

Section 3
Part
Order

Subsection 3.1
Tonnage Measurement
Tonnage

Subsection 3.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 6.1
6.2
subsections 6.2

Subsection 6.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 6.1
Tonnage Measurement
Tonnage

Paragraphs 6.1(a) and (b)
1912
2012

Paragraph 6.1(c)
Part of Marine Orders
Marine Order

Paragraph 6.1(e)
an Australian registered ship,
a vessel to which this Order applies;

Subsection 6.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 6.3
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 6.3
Tonnage Measurement
Tonnage

Paragraph 6.3(b)
ships
vessels

Subsections 6.4 and 7.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 7.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.2
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 7.2.1
Part
Order

Subsection 7.2.1
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 7.2.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 7.2.3
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 7.2.3
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 8.2
ship
vessel

Subsections 8.2.1, 8.2.2 and 8.2.3
subparagraph 405F (a)(i) of the Navigation Act 1912
section 155 of the Navigation Act

Subsections 8.2.1 and 8.2.2
Tonnage Measurement
Tonnage

Subsection 8.2.4
subparagraph 405F (a)(ii) or paragraph 405F (b) of the Navigation Act 1912
section 155 of the Navigation Act

Subsection 8.2.5
7.2.1
subsection 7.2.1

Appendix, heading
Appendix
Schedule 1

Appendix
Orders, Part 19 (Tonnage Measurement)
Order 19 (Tonnage measurement) 2003

Appendix
ship
vessel

Appendix
ship
vessel

Appendix
SHIP
VESSEL

Appendix
19..........
20........

Schedule 11  Marine Orders Part 21, issue 8
(section 3)
[1]       Subsection 4.2, table, items 1, 5 and 6
omit
[2]       Section 5
substitute
5          Power
       5.1     Subsection 51(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to prescribe matters to consider in determining a minimum complement of seafarers.
       5.2     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
       5.3     Paragraph 339(2)(c) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made for operating, maintaining, checking and testing machinery and equipment.
       5.4     Paragraph 339(2)(f) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made for operating watertight doors.
       5.5     Paragraph 339(2)(l) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made for logbooks.
       5.6     Paragraph 339(2)(m) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made for records relating to compliance with the Act.
       5.7     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provide for the regulations to give effect to SOLAS.
       5.8     Section 342 of the Navigation Act provides for the making of orders for any matter for which the regulations can provide.
[3]       Section 6, definition of approved
substitute
approved means approved by:
(a)   for a regulated Australian vessel — the issuing body; or
(b)   for a foreign vessel — the administration of the country of registry of the vessel; or
(c)   for a training course — the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
[4]       Section 6, definition of STCW Code
omit
[5]       Section 6, note 1
omit
·         Marine Order
[6]       Section 6, note 2
substitute
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order have the same meaning as in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         Marine Order
·         recognised organisation
·         STCW Convention.
[7]       Section 6, note 4
omit
[8]       Paragraphs 8(1)(a) and (b)
substitute
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel that is:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia other than in the course of innocent passage.
[9]       Subsection 8.3
substitute
       8.3     A provision of this Order giving effect to a provision of Chapter V of SOLAS applies to the following vessels, except to the extent that a law of a State or the Northern Territory gives effect to the provision for the vessel:
(a)   a vessel proceeding on a voyage other than an overseas voyage;
(b)   a domestic commercial vessel.
[10]     Section 11
substitute
11        Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order other than section 10 is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note   For review of decisions by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal made under the Navigation Act — see section 313 of the Navigation Act.
[11]     Section 13
omit
[12]     After section 14
insert
     14.2     An offence against subsection 14.1 is a strict liability offence.
     14.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 14.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[13]     Section 15
substitute
15        Manning of vessels
     15.1     For subsection 51(2) of the Navigation Act, AMSA must have regard to IMO Resolution A.1047 (27) Principles of minimum safe manning.
     15.2     For paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act, the owner of a vessel to which Regulation 14 of Chapter V of SOLAS applies must ensure that the safe manning document for the vessel is kept on board the vessel and is available for inspection.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     15.3     An offence against subsection 15.2 is a strict liability offence.
     15.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 15.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
     15.5     For paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act, the owner of a vessel to which Regulation 14 of Chapter V of SOLAS applies must:
(a)   determine the working language of the vessel; and
(b)   ensure that paragraph 3 of Regulation 14 of Chapter V of SOLAS is complied with.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     15.6     An offence against subsection 15.5 is a strict liability offence.
     15.7     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 15.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
     15.8     In this section:
safe manning document means:
(a)   a determination made under subsection 51(1) of the Navigation Act; or
(b)   a minimum safe manning document or equivalent mentioned in Regulation 14 of Chapter V of SOLAS.
 [14]    After subsection 17.2
insert
  17.2A     An offence against subsection 17.2 is a strict liability offence.
   17.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 17.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     After subsection 18.2
insert
     18.3     An offence against subsection 18.1 or 18.2 is a strict liability offence.
     18.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 18.1 or 18.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[16]     After subsection 19.1
insert
  19.1A     An offence against subsection 19.1 is a strict liability offence.
   19.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 19.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     After subsection 20.3
insert
     20.4     An offence against subsection 20.2 or 20.3 is a strict liability offence.
     20.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 20.2 or 20.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[18]     After subsection 24.2
insert
     24.3     An offence against subsection 24.1 or 24.2 is a strict liability offence.
     24.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 24.1 or 24.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[19]     After subsection 25.4
insert
     25.5     An offence against subsection 25.1, 25.2 or 25.4 is a strict liability offence.
     25.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 25.1, 25.2 or 25.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[20]     After subsection 28.7
insert
     28.8     An offence against subsection 28.1, 28.6 or 28.7 is a strict liability offence.
     28.9     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 28.1, 28.6 or 28.7.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[21]     After section 31
insert
     31.2     An offence against subsection 31.1 is a strict liability offence.
     31.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 31.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[22]     After subsection 34.3
insert
     34.4     An offence against subsection 34.3 is a strict liability offence.
     34.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 34.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[23]     After subsection 36.1
insert
  36.1A     An offence against subsection 36.1 is a strict liability offence.
   36.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 36.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[24]     After subsection 37.2
insert
     37.3     An offence against subsection 37.1 or 37.2 is a strict liability offence.
     37.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 37.1 or 37.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[25]     Section 39
omit
This is a penal provision.
[26]     After subsection 40.2
insert
  40.2A     An offence against subsection 40.2 is a strict liability offence.
   40.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 40.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[27]     After subsection 41.3
insert
     41.4     An offence against subsection 41.2 or 41.3 is a strict liability offence.
     41.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 41.2 or 41.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[28]     After section 44
insert
     44.2     An offence against subsection 44.1 is a strict liability offence.
     44.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 44.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[29]     After section 46
insert
     46.2     An offence against subsection 46.1 is a strict liability offence.
     46.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 46.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[30]     After subsection 47.3
insert
     47.4     An offence against subsection 47.1, 47.2 or 47.3 is a strict liability offence.
     47.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 47.1, 47.2 or 47.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[31]     After subsection 48.1
insert
  48.1A     An offence against subsection 48.1 is a strict liability offence.
   48.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 48.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[32]     After subsection 49.2
insert
     49.3     An offence against subsection 49.2 is a strict liability offence.
     49.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 49.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[33]     After subsection 50.4
insert
     50.5     An offence against subsection 50.1, 50.2, 50.3 or 50.4 is a strict liability offence.
     50.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 50.1, 50.2, 50.3 or 50.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[34]     After section 51
insert
     51.2     An offence against subsection 51.1 is a strict liability offence.
     51.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 51.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[35]     Subsections 55.5, 55.6 and 55.7
omit
This is a penal provision.
[36]     After subsection 56.1
insert
  56.1A     An offence against subsection 56.1 is a strict liability offence.
  56.2A     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 56.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[37]     After subsection 57.3
insert
  57.3A     An offence against subsection 57.1 or 57.3 is a strict liability offence.
   57.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 57.1 or 57.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[38]     After subsection 58.3
insert
     58.4     An offence against subsection 58.1 or 58.3 is a strict liability offence.
     58.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 58.1 or 58.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[39]     After subsection 59.3
insert
     59.4     An offence against subsection 59.3 is a strict liability offence.
     59.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 59.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[40]     After subsection 60.2
insert
  60.2A     An offence against subsection 60.1 or 60.2 is a strict liability offence.
   60.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 60.1 or 60.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[41]     After subsection 61.6
insert
     61.7     An offence against subsection 61.1, 61.2 or 61.6 is a strict liability offence.
     61.8     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection  61.1, 61.2 or 61.6.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[42]     After subsection 62.2
insert
     62.3     An offence against subsection 62.1 or 62.2 is a strict liability offence.
     62.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection  62.1 or 62.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[43]     After section 63
insert
     63.2     An offence against subsection 63.1 is a strict liability offence.
     63.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 63.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[44]     After subsection 64.3
insert
  64.3A     An offence against subsection 64.2 or 64.3 is a strict liability offence.
   64.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection  64.2 or 64.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[45]     After subsection 65.2
insert
     65.3     An offence against subsection 65.1 or 65.2 is a strict liability offence.
     65.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection  65.1 or 65.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[46]     After section 66.2
insert
     66.3     An offence against subsection 66.2 is a strict liability offence.
     66.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 66.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[47]     After section 67.5
insert
     67.6     An offence against subsection 67.5 is a strict liability offence.
     67.7     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 67.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[48]     After subsection 68.3
insert
     68.4     An offence against subsection 68.2 or 68.3 is a strict liability offence.
     68.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 68.2 or 68.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[49]     After section 69
insert
     69.2     An offence against subsection 69.1 is a strict liability offence.
     69.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 69.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[50]     Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1
21, issue 8
21 (Safety of navigation and emergency procedures) 2012

Subsection 4.2
Section 232
Subparagraph 339(2)(b)(iii) and paragraph 339(2)(c)

Subsection 4.2
Equipping ships with compasses, and examination and adjustment of compasses on ships
Compasses and the examination and adjustment of compasses on vessels

Subsection 4.2
235
125

Subsection 4.2
269A(1)
187(1)

Section 6, definition of closing appliance
ship
vessel

Section 6, definition of coast radio station
ships
vessels

Section 6, definitions of radio station and ship radio station
ship
vessel

Section 6, definition of signal station
ships
vessels

Section 6, definitions of survival craft and tanker
ship
vessel

Section 6, note 1
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Section 6, note 1
·         AMSA
 
·         Australian fishing vessel
 

Subsection 8.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 8.2
Safety Convention ship registered in a country other than Australia
foreign vessel to which SOLAS applies

Subsection 8.4
ships
vessels

Subsection 9.1
Orders Part 21, issue 7
Order 21 (Safety of navigation and emergency procedures) 2012

Subsection 10.1
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 10.2
ship or class of ships
vessel or class of vessels

Subsection 10.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.4, note
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Section 12
ship
vessel

Section 14
The
14.1      The

Section 14
ship
vessel

Section 14
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Sections 16 and 17
ship
vessel

Section 17
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 18
ship
vessel

Section 18
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 19
ship
vessel

Subsection 19.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Subsections 19.2 and 19.3
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 19.3
A surveyor
An inspector

Paragraph 19.3(b)
surveyor
inspector

Section 20
ship
vessel

Subsection 20.2 and 20.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 21
ship
vessel

Paragraph 21.4(a)
an approved surveyor
the issuing body

Sections 22, 23 and 24
ship
vessel

Subsections 24.1 and 24.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 25
ship
vessel

Section 25
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Subsection 25.3
A surveyor
An inspector

Section 26
ship
vessel

Section 26
ship’s
vessel’s

Sections 27 and 28
ship
vessel

Section 28
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 28
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Subsection 28.1
crew
seafarers

Subsection 28.2
ships
vessels

Section 29, 30 and 31
ship
vessel

Subparagraph 29.2(b)(iii)
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 29.5
sections
subsections

Section 31
The
31.1      The

Section 31
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 32
ship
vessel

Section 33
ship
vessel

Section 33 and 34
ships
vessels

Subsection 33.1
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Section 34
Cancellation
Revocation

Section 34
cancel
revoke

Section 34
cancels
revokes

Section 34
cancellation
revocation

Section 34
cancelled
revoked

Subsection 34.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 35
paragraph 269A(1)(b)
subparagraph 187(1)(b)(ii)

Sections 35 and 36
ship
vessel

Subsection 36.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Paragraph 36.3(a)
paragraph
subsection

Section 37
ship
vessel

Section 37
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Sections 39 and 40
ship
vessel

Subsection 40.1
For subsection 229(1) of the Navigation Act, the
The

Subsection 40.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Sections 41 and 42
ship
vessel

Section 41
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 43
For subsection 229(1) of the Navigation Act, the
The

Section 43
Orders, Part 30 (Prevention of Collisions)
Order 30 (Prevention of collisions) 2009

Section 44
A
44.1         A

Section 44
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Sections 45, 46, 47 and 48
ship
vessel

Paragraph 45(c)
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 46
The
46.1      The

Section 46
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Section 47
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Subsection 48.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Paragraph 48(2)(b)
ships
vessels

Section 49
ship
vessel

Subsection 49.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 50
ship
vessel

Section 50
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 51
The
51.1      The

Section 51
ship
vessel

Section 51
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 52
crew
seafarers
 

Section 52
ship
vessel

Section 52
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 53
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Subsection 53.2
a ship
a vessel
 

Subsection 53.2
crew
seafarers
 

Subsection 53.3
ship
vessel
 

Paragraph 53.3(c)
crew members
seafarers
 

Subsection 54.1
a ship
a vessel
 

Subsection 54.2
the ship
the vessel
 

Section 55
ship
vessel
 

Subsection 55.3
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Subsection 55.5
(Equipment — life-saving)
(Equipment — life-saving) 2009
 

Subsection 55.6
crew
seafarers
 

Subsection 55.7
crew carries
seafarers carry
 

Section 56
ship
vessel
 

Subsection 56.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Paragraph 56.4(a)
crew member
seafarer
 

Subsection 56.5
crew members
seafarers
 

Subsection 56.6
crew
seafarers
 

Section 57, heading
owner, master and crew
owner and seafarers
 

Section 57
ship
vessel
 

Section 57
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Subsection 57.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Subsection 57.2
crew members
seafarers
 

Paragraph 57.2(c)
crew member for the crew member’s
seafarer for the seafarer’s
 

Subsection 57.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Paragraph 57.3(b)
members of the crew
seafarers
 

Subsection 57.4
member of a ship’s crew
seafarer
 

Subdivision 7.1, heading
ships
vessels
 

Section 58
ship
vessel
 

Subsection 58.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Subsection 58.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 59
ship
vessel
 

Subsection 59.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 60
ship
vessel
 

Subsection 60.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 61
ship
vessel
 

Subsections 61.1, 61.2 and 61.6
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Subsection 62.1
ship
vessel
 

Subsections 62.1 and 62.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 63
ship
vessel
 

Section 63
The
63.1      The

Section 63
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 64
ship
vessel
 

Subsections 64.2 and 64.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 65
ship
vessel
 

Subsections 65.1 and 65.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 66
ship
vessel
 

Subsection 66.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 67
ship
vessel
 

Subsection 67.5
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 68
ship
vessel
 

Subsections 68.2 and 68.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
 

Section 69
An
69.1       An

Section 69
ship
vessel
 

Section 69
ships
vessels

Paragraph 69(d)
an Australian ship
a regulated Australian vessel
 

Paragraph 69(d)
crew
seafarers
 

Section 69
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Schedules 1 and 2
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Schedule 2
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 4, subclauses 1.1 and 1.4
crew member
seafarer
 

Schedule 4, subclauses 1.6
member of the crew
seafarer
 

Schedule 4, subclauses 1.6 and 1.7
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 4, subclause 1.7
ships
vessels
 

Schedule 4, subclause 1.7
crew
seafarers
 

Schedule 4, subclause 2.1
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Schedule 4, clauses 3 and 4
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 4, subclause 3.7
crew
seafarers
 

Schedule 4, paragraph 4.2(a)
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Schedule 4, clauses 5 and 6
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 4, paragraph 5(c)
member of the crew
seafarer
 

Schedule 4, paragraphs 5(f) and (g)
crew
seafarers
 

Schedule 4, paragraph 5(h)
members of the crew
seafarers
 

Schedule 4, paragraph 5(i)
crew
seafarer
 

Schedule 4, clauses 6 and 7
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Schedule 4, paragraph 6(b)
crew members
seafarers
 

Schedule 4, paragraph 6(e)
members of the crew
seafarers
 

Schedule 4, clauses 7 and 8
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 4, clause 8
ships
vessels
 

Schedule 4, subclause 8.1
crew
seafarers
 

Schedule 4, subclause 8.2
Orders, Part 57 (Helicopter operations)
Order 57 (Helicopter operations) 2010
 

Schedule 5
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Schedule 5
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 5
crew
seafarers
 

Schedule 5
CREW MEMBER
SEAFARER
 

Schedule 6, heading
Crew
Seafarer
 

Schedule 6
Crew member
Seafarer
 

Schedule 6
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Schedule 7, paragraph 1.1(a)
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 7, subclause 1.1, note
ships
vessels
 

Schedule 7, subclause 2.6
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 8, heading
ships
vessels
 

Schedule 8, clause 1
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 8, clause 1
ships
vessels
 

Schedule 8, clause 1
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Schedule 8, subclause 1.8
a surveyor
an inspector
 

Schedule 8, clauses 2 and 3
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 8, paragraph 2.1(g)
ship’s
vessel’s
 

Schedule 8, subclause 3.10
ship that is not registered in Australia
foreign vessel
 

Schedule 8, subclause 3.10
a surveyor
an inspector
 

Schedule 8, subclause 3.10
the surveyor
the inspector
 

Schedule 8, clauses 4 and 5
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 9, heading, reference
section 68
section 69
 

Schedule 9, subclause 1.1
ships
vessels
 

Schedule 9, subclause 1.1
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 9, subclause 2.1
ships
vessels
 

Schedule 9, subclause 2.2
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 9, subclause 3.1
ships
vessels
 

Schedule 9, subclause 3.1
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 9, clause 6
ship
vessel
 

Schedule 12  Marine Orders Part 25, issue 7
(section 3)
[1]       Sections 1A and 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 25 (Equipment — lifesaving) 2009.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order:
(a)   gives effect to Chapter III of SOLAS including the LSA Code; and
(b)   prescribes matters for paragraphs 339(2)(b) and (g) of the Navigation Act.
1B       Power
    1.2.1     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
    1.2.2     Paragraph 339(2)(b) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the machinery and equipment to be carried on board vessels for sending or receiving distress, urgency and other signals.
    1.2.3     Paragraph 339(2)(g) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the equipment to be carried on board vessels and the measures to be carried out, for the purpose of saving life at sea.
    1.2.4     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
    1.2.5     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which regulations may provide.
[2]       Section 2, definition of length
omit
[3]       Section 2, definition of LSA Code
substitute
LSA Code means the International Life-Saving Appliance Code adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.48 (66), as in force from time to time.
Note   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends this Code is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[4]       Section 2, definition of surveyor
omit
[5]       Section 2, note
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         cargo vessel
·         IMO
·         length
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
·         Navigation Act
·         passenger vessel
·         recognised organisation
·         SOLAS
·         USL Code.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         foreign vessel
·         inspector
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         seafarer.
[6]       Section 4
substitute
4          Application
       4.1     This Order applies to the following vessels:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii) entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii) in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv) in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
       4.2     However, this Order applies to a foreign vessel that is a vessel to which SOLAS applies only to the extent that the vessel fails to comply with Chapter III of SOLAS.
       4.3     A cargo vessel that is converted to a passenger vessel is taken to be a passenger vessel constructed on the date when the conversion commences.
       4.4     If a provision of this Order requires or permits the appliances, equipment or arrangements of a vessel to comply with the USL Code, 1 or more requirements of this Order may be replaced by the corresponding requirements of the USL Code.
       4.5     If a vessel is certified in accordance with a Code mentioned in Marine Order 49 (High speed craft) 2009 or the Code mentioned in Marine Order 50 (Special purpose vessels) 2012, and a provision of the Code is inconsistent with a provision of this Order, the provision of the Code prevails to the extent of the inconsistency.
[7]       After subsection 6.2
insert
Decision making criteria
       6.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   approving use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS.
Meaning of equivalent and use of an equivalent
       6.4     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that may be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in a vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made or a procedure that could be followed in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
[8]       Subsection 9.1
omit
This is a penal provision.
insert
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
    9.1A     An offence against subsection 9.1 is a strict liability offence.
     9.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       Subsections 9.2 and 9.3
omit
This is a penal provision.
Note   For engage in conduct, see Navigation Act, s 6.
insert
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
Note   For engage in conduct — see Criminal Code, s 4.1.
    9.2A     An offence against subsection 9.2 is a strict liability offence.
     9.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
       9.3     In this section:
proper use, of a life-saving appliance or item of life-saving equipment, means:
(a)   use in an emergency; or
(b)   use for training for an emergency; or
(c)   maintenance or testing of the appliance or item of equipment.
[10]     Subsection 12.4
omit
crew
[11]     Schedule 1 heading
substitute
Schedule 1    Additional requirements for passenger vessels and cargo vessels — regulated Australian vessels
(subsection 11.3)
[12]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 2
ship
vessel

Section 2, definition of approved
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 3
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.4
provision
subsection

Subsection 3.6
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 5
ship
vessel

Section 5
 (Administration)
 (Administration) 2011

Subsection 5.3, note
exemptions
exemptions and equivalents

Subsection 6.1
 (Administration)
 (Administration) 2011

Subsection 6.1, note
provision
subsection

Section 7
Marine Orders, Part 25, Issue 6
issue 6 of this Order

Section 7
ship
vessel

Section 7
ships
vessels

Subsections 7.3.1 and 7.3.2
provision
subsection

Sections 8 and 9
ship
vessel

Section 9
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 10
ship
vessel

Section 10
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 10.2
provision
subsection

Subsection 10.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 10.3.1
Manager, Ship Inspections
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Section 11, heading
ships
vessels

Subsection 11.1
section 215
paragraph 339(2)(g)

Subsections 11.1 and 11.4
ship
vessel

Subsections 11.1 and 11.2
provision
subsection

Subsection 11.3
an Australian registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Section 12
ship
vessel

Section 12
ships
vessels

Section 12
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 12.1.0
provision
section

Paragraph 12.1.2(a)
provision
subsection

Subparagraph 12.1.2(b)(ii)
provision
paragraph

Subsection 12.1.3(a)
provision
subsection

Subsection 12.3.2
provision
subsection

Subsection 12.3.2
crew members
seafarers

Subsection 12.7
crew
seafarers

Subsection 12.8.2
provision
subsection

Paragraph 12.8.3(a)
crew member
seafarer

Paragraph 12.8.4(b)
crew member
seafarer

Subsection 12.10
provisions
subsections

Subsection 12.10
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 12.11.1A
provision
subsection

Section 13
provision
section

Section 13
ship
vessel

Schedule 1
ship
vessel

Schedule 1
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 1, clause 1
ships and cargo ships that are registered in Australia
vessels and cargo vessels that are regulated Australian vessels

Schedule 1, clause 3, heading
Requirements relevant to Chapter III Regulations
Requirements for Regulations under Chapter III

Schedule 1, clause 3
SOLAS Chapter III
SOLAS, Chapter III

Schedule 1, paragraph 3.4.1(a)
member of the crew
seafarer

Schedule 1, paragraph 3.4.1(a), note
All crew
Seafarers

Schedule 1, subclause 4.2.1, note 1
provision
section

Schedule 1, subclause 4.2.2
clause
subclause

Schedule 1, subclause 4.2.3
international
overseas

Schedule 1, subclause 4.2.3
clause
subclause

Schedule 1, subclause 4.3.2
clause
subclause

Schedule 1, subclause 4.3.4
survey authority
recognised organisation

Schedule 2, subclause 1.1.1
an Australian ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Schedule 2, subclause 1.1.2, note
provision
subclause

Schedule 13  Marine Orders Part 27, issue 4
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 27 (Radio equipment) 2009.
[2]       Subsection 1.1
substitute
1.1       Purpose
                 This Order:
(a)   gives effect to Chapter IV of SOLAS that deals with the provision, maintenance and use of radio equipment on board vessels; and
(b)   provides for seafarers to have GMDSS qualifications.
Note   For the current text of Chapter IV of SOLAS — see SOLAS Consolidated Edition 2011, published by the IMO.
[3]       Subsections 1.2.1 and 1.2.2
substitute
    1.2.1     Subsection 51(2) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about matters to which AMSA must have regard when making a determination under subsection 51(1) of the Navigation Act about the master, officers or seafarers to be carried by a vessel who must hold specified seafarer certificates.
    1.2.2     Subparagraph 339(2)(b)(ii) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about radio installations, radio navigational aids and communications equipment to be carried on board vessels.
1.2.2A     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provide for regulations to give effect to SOLAS.
  1.2.2B     Paragraph 339(2)(c) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about the operation, maintenance, checking and testing of equipment.
  1.2.2C     Paragraph 339(2)(l) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about logbooks.
 
[4]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[5]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA, Deputy CEO, IMO, Manager, Ship Inspections, Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications, Navigation Act and non-SOLAS ship
omit
[6]       Section 2, definition of Radio Regulations
substitute
                 Radio Regulations has the same meaning as in Regulation 2.11 of Chapter IV of SOLAS.
Note   The text of the Radio Regulations is available at the International Telecommunications Union website: http://www.itu.int.
[7]       Section 2, definitions of SOLAS, SOLAS ship, STCW Code, STCW Convention and survey authority
omit
[8]       Section 2, note
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         SOLAS
·         STCW Code.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         inspector
·         owner
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         STCW Convention.
 
[9]       Subsection 3.5
omit
[10]     Subsections 4.1 and 4.2
substitute
       4.1     This Order applies to the each of the following vessels:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
       4.2     This Order applies to a foreign vessel that is a vessel to which Chapter IV of SOLAS applies only to the extent that the vessel fails to comply with SOLAS.
[11]     Section 5, heading
substitute
5          Exemptions
[12]     After subsection 5.1
insert
    5.1A     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
     5.1B     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
[13]     Subsections 5.4 and 5.5
omit
[14]     Subsection 5.6, note
substitute
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
·             making an application
·             seeking further information about an application
·             the time allowed for consideration of an application
·             imposing conditions on approval of an application
·             notification of a decision on an application
·             review of decisions.
[15]     Section 6
substitute
6          Equivalents
       6.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use, see subsection 6.4.
       6.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       6.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative.
       6.4     For this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that may be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in a vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made or a procedure that could be followed in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
[16]     Subsection 8.3
substitute
       8.3     The approved form for a radio log-book is set out in Schedule 7.
[17]     Subsection 8.4, note
substitute
Note   The operation of a vessel mentioned in subsection 8.4 is not usually regulated under the Navigation Act. However, under subsection 98(3) of the Navigation Act, the vessel may be issued with certificate of equipment. Subsection 8.4 has been included for that purpose.
[18]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.2.3
425(1)
339(1)

Subsection 1.2.4
425(1AA)
342(1)

Section 2, definition of approved
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 2, definition of GMDSS Certificate
Marine Orders Part 6
Marine Order 6 (Marine Radio Qualifications) 2000

Sections 2 and 3
Part
Order

Section 3
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.2
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 4.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 4.3
Part
Order

Subsection 5.1
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 5.1
Part
Order

Subsection 5.1
ships
vessels

Paragraph 5.1(a)
7
section 7

subsection 5.2
5.1
subsection 5.1

Paragraph 5.2(a)
provision
section

Subsection 5.3
non-Solas ship
vessel to which Chapter IV of SOLAS does not apply

Section 5
ship
vessel

Subsection 5.3
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 5.6
Marine Orders, Part 27, Issue 3,
issue 3 of this Order

Section 7
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.1
SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter IV of SOLAS applies

Subsection 7.2
non-SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter IV of SOLAS does not apply

Subsection 7.2, note
non-SOLAS ships
vessels to which Chapter IV of SOLAS does not apply

Paragraph 7.2(d)
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Paragraph 7.2(d)
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 7.3
ships
vessels

Section 8
Appendix
Schedule

Section 8
ship
vessel

Section 8
non-SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter IV of SOLAS does not apply

Subsection 8.1
SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter IV of SOLAS applies

Subsection 8.1, note 1
Part
Order

Subsection 8.1, note 1
Appendixes
Schedules

Subsection 8.2, note 2
 Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 8.2, note 3
SOLAS ships
vessels to which Chapter IV of SOLAS applies

Subsection 8.5
a ship
a vessel

Paragraph 8.5(d)
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Paragraph 8.5(i)
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 8.5, note
Note
Note 1

Subsection 8.5, note
8.5(e)
paragraphs 8.5(e)

Appendix 1
Ship
Vessel

Appendix 2
Part
Order

Appendix 2, clause 2
ship
vessel

Appendix 3, subclause 2.1.4
2.1.3
subclause 2.1.3

Appendix 5
ship
vessel

Appendix 5, clause 3
5,
clause 5,

Appendix 5, clause 4
1,
clause 1,

Appendix 6, heading
non-SOLAS ships
vessels to which Chapter IV of SOLAS does not apply

Appendix 6
non-SOLAS ship
vessel to which Chapter IV of SOLAS does not apply

Appendix 6
Provision 7.2
subsection 7.2

Appendix 6
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Appendix 6
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix 6, first note under paragraph C.(i)
ships
vessels

Appendix 6, second note under paragraph C.(i)
ship
vessel

Appendix 6, second note under paragraph C.(i)
Marine Orders, Part 25
Marine Order 25 (Equipment — lifesaving) 2009

Appendix 7
SHIP/VESSEL
VESSEL

Appendices 1 to 7
Appendix
Schedule

Schedule 14  Marine Order 28, issue 4
(section 3)
[1]       Section 4, at the foot
insert
       4.2     This Order also gives effect to SOLAS in relation to the safe navigation and operation of vessels.
[2]       Subsection 5.3
substitute
       5.3     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for giving effect to SOLAS.
[3]       Section 6
substitute
6          Definitions
Note 1   There are no terms currently defined specifically for this Order.
Note 2   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Navigation Act
·         Manager, Ship Operations and qualifications
·         SOLAS
·         STCW Code.
Note 3   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         owner (there is also a note about this term in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011)
·         master
·         seafarer
·         inspector
·         STCW Convention.
[4]       Section 7
substitute
7          Vessels to which this Order applies
       7.1     This Order applies to a regulated Australian vessel.
       7.2     This Order, other than subsection 9.4, sections 11 and 15 and subsections 17.4, 17.5 and 18.3, applies to a foreign vessel:
(a)   in an Australian port; or
(b)   entering or leaving an Australian port; or
(c)   in the internal waters of Australia; or
(d)   in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
Note 1   port includes a harbour — see Navigation Act, s 14(1).
Note 2   The provisions mentioned in subsection 7.2 impose specific requirements for regulated Australian vessels beyond the requirements of the STCW Convention and Code.
[5]       After subsection 9.2
insert
    9.2A     An offence against subsection 9.2 is a strict liability offence.
     9.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[6]       After subsection 9.3
insert
    9.3A     An offence against subsection 9.3 is a strict liability offence.
     9.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[7]       After section 13
insert
     13.2     An offence against subsection 13.1 is a strict liability offence.
     13.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 13.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[8]       Subsection 16.5, notes 1 and 2
substitute
Note 1   Under section 185 of the Navigation Act, the owner of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA.  Under section 186 of the Navigation Act, the master of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA.  Section 13A of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 prescribes matters in relation to reports under sections 185 and 186.
Note 2   Section 221 of the Navigation Act enables requirements to be prescribed for reporting about movements of vessels.  Marine Order 63 (AUSREP) 2006 prescribes the requirements.
[9]       Subsection 17.3
omit
seafarer, including the master and chief engineer, must
insert
seafarer must
[10]     Subsection 18.3, note
omit
ship to which Part II of the Navigation Act applies — see s 7.1 and 7.2.
insert
regulated Australian vessel — see s 7.1 and 7.2.
[11]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1
Order 28, issue 4
Order 28 (Operations standards and procedures) 2012

Section 4
This
4.1       This

Section 4
ships
vessels

Subsection 5.1
Subsection 151(1A)
Paragraph 340(1)(h)

Subsection 5.2
425(1)
339(1)

Subsection 5.4
425(1A)
342(1)

Division 2, heading
operators
owners

Section 8
Operators of ships
Owners of vessels

Section 9, heading
Operators of ships
Owners of vessels

Section 9
operator of a ship
owner of a vessel

Section 9
ship
vessel

Subparagraph 9.2(a)(i)
Orders, Part 3 (Seagoing Qualifications)
Order 3 (Seagoing qualifications) 2004

Paragraph 9.2(e)
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsections 9.2 and 9.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Sections 11, 12, 13, 15, 16 and 17
ship
vessel

Section 13, heading
operators
owners

Section 13
The operator
13.1    The owner

Section 13
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 15.1
operator
owner

Section 15
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subparagraph 16.1(a)(ii)
ships
vessels

Section 17
operator
owner

Subsection 17.8
a surveyor
an inspector

Section 18
ship
vessel

Subsection 18.1
operator
owner

Schedule 15  Marine Orders Part 30, issue 8
(section 3)
  
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 30 (Prevention of collisions) 2009.
[2]       Subsection 1.2
substitute
1.2       Power
    1.2.1     Subsection 176(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for requirements for the prevention of collisions, and for provision and use of lights and signals on vessels.
    1.2.2     Subsection 176(2) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to give effect to the Prevention of Collisions Convention.
    1.2.3     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
    1.2.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by regulations.
[3]       Sections 2 to 5
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
Certificate of Approval — see subsection 6.2.
International Regulations means the Rules and Annexes constituting the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972, as in force from time to time for Australia.
Note 1   A copy of the International Regulations as in force on 9 October 2009, is set out in Schedule 1.
Note 2   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Marine Order
·         Navigation Act.
Note 3   Some terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         foreign vessel
·         master
·         owner
·         Prevention of Collisions Convention
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         seafarer.
3          Application
                 This Order applies to each of the vessels mentioned in section 175 of the Navigation Act.
4          Review of decisions
A decision under this Order is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
[4]       Subsection 7.1, note
substitute
Note   It is an offence for the owner or master of a vessel to operate a vessel or cause or permit another person to operate a vessel, in contravention of regulations made for section 176 of the Navigation Act — see sections 177 and 178 of the Navigation Act.
[5]       Subsection 7.4, note
omit
[6]       After subsection 7.5
insert
Note   Nautical charts required to be carried on a vessel by sections 224 and 225 of the Navigation Act include the traffic separation schemes and inshore traffic zones.
[7]       Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.1
ship
vessel

Subsections 6.1.1 and 6.1.2
an Australian-registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel, a domestic commercial vessel or a recreational vessel that has Australian nationality

Subsections 6.1, 6.2 and 7.6
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsections 6.1 and 6.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 6.2.1
6.1
subsection 6.1

Section 7, heading
Measures to be observed
Requirements for operation of vessels

Section 7
ship
vessel

 
 
 

Subsection 7.1
observed
observed in the operation of a vessel

Subsection 7.3
an Australian registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel, a domestic commercial vessel or a recreational vessel that has Australian nationality

Appendix, heading
Appendix
Schedule 1

Schedule 16  Marine Orders Part 31, issue 6
(section 3)
Division 1     Initial modification
[1]       Before section 1A
insert
Division 1     Preliminary
[2]       Subsection 1.2.1
substitute
    1.2.1     Subsection 98(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision in relation to safety certificates.
1.2.1A     Subsection 98(2) provides that, without limiting subsection 98(1), the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
  1.2.1B     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act also provides that the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
[3]       Section 2, definitions of cargo ship and surveyor
substitute
nuclear vessel means a vessel that has a nuclear power plant.
sailing vessel has the same meaning as in Marine Order 52 (Sailing ships) 1999.
short overseas voyage, for a passenger vessel, means an overseas voyage:
(a)   in which the vessel is not at any time more than 200 nautical miles from a port or place where the passengers and seafarers aboard the vessel could be placed in safety; and
(b)   in which the distance between the last port of call in the country where the voyage begins and the final port of destination is not more than 600 nautical miles.
[4]       Section 2, after note 2
insert
Note 3   Some terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector.
[5]       Subsection 4.1
substitute
       4.1     This Order applies to the following vessels:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
[6]       Sections 5 and 6
substitute
4A       Certificates that do not make a vessel a regulated Australian vessel
                 For subparagraph 15(1)(c)(ii) of the Navigation Act, the following certificates are prescribed:
(a)   a pollution certificate issued for a domestic commercial vessel;
(b)   a safety certificate that is an Australian load line certificate issued for a vessel in accordance with Marine Order 16 (Load Lines) 2004.
5          Review of decisions
                 A decision by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration under this Order is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
6          Notification of alterations to vessel
                 For paragraph 105(1)(c) of the Navigation Act, the prescribed period is within 7 days after the alteration.
Note   For ways of contacting AMSA — see AMSA’s website at  http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[7]       Before section 7
insert
Division 2     Surveys
[8]       After section 11
insert
11A     Sailing vessels
                 Sections 8 and 9 (which relate to cargo vessels) apply to a regulated Australian vessel that is a sailing vessel with a gross tonnage of over 50 tonnes as if references in those sections to a cargo vessel were references to a sailing vessel with a gross tonnage of over 50 tonnes.
[9]       Subsection 13.1.2, note
substitute
Note   Paragraph 248(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides for the detention of a vessel that is unseaworthy or substandard.
[10]     Subsection 13.2
omit
[11]     After section 13
insert
13A     Reporting of marine incidents to AMSA
  13A.1     For paragraphs 185(1)(b) and 186(1)(b) of the Navigation Act (which deal with reporting of marine incidents by the owner and the master of a vessel), the prescribed period for reporting a marine incident is:
(a)   for a preliminary report for which the approved form known as an Incident Alert Form (Form AMSA 18, also known as Form MO—31/14) is suitable — 4 hours; and
(b)   for a detailed report for which the approved form known as an Incident Report Form (Form AMSA 19, also known as Form MO—31/15) is suitable — 72 hours.
Note 1   AMSA Forms 18 and 19 are available from AMSA’s website: http://www.amsa.gov.au. For convenience, the forms have also been reproduced in Schedule 1 as Forms MO—31/14 and MO 31—15.
Note 2   If a report is made under sections 185 or 186 of the Navigation Act, the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may start an investigation to determine if a survey of the vessel should be conducted.
  13A.2     If the master is unable to access an approved form for reporting a marine incident:
(a)   the master may report the incident using another document that sets out the information required by the approved form; and
(b)   a report made in accordance with paragraph (a) is taken, for paragraphs 185(1)(b) and 186(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, to be a report in the approved form.
Note   For other reporting requirements — see Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003, sections 18 and 19.
Division 3     Certificates
13B     Application for a safety certificate
   13B.1     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, the kinds of safety certificate are those mentioned of Table 1 in section 14.
   13B.2     For subsection 99(2) of the Navigation Act, an application for a safety certificate must be:
(a)   in writing; and
(b)   made with an application for a survey mentioned in section 16.
[12]     Subsections 14.1.1 and 14.1.2
substitute
14.1     Duration of certificates
  14.1.1     Table 1 sets out:
(a)   the kinds of safety certificates; and
(b)   the maximum period for which each kind of safety certificate can be in force.
  14.1.2     A safety certificate remains in force for the period, up to the maximum period mentioned in Table 1, mentioned in the certificate.
  14.1.3     However, the period may be extended in accordance with subsection 14.3.
[13]     Subsection 14.1, Table 1, column 2
omit
Passenger Certificate          1 year
[14]     Section 15
omit everything before Table 2, insert
                 A safety certificate mentioned in Table 2 must be in the form mentioned for the certificate in the table.
[15]     Section 15, Table 2
omit
Passenger Certificate          MO-31/16
[16]     Section 16, heading
substitute
16        Application for survey
[17]     Subsection 16.2
omit
[18]     Section 17
substitute
17        Inspector’s reports and declaration
     17.1     After completing a survey of a vessel, the inspector must give the following documents to AMSA:
(a)   an inspection report;
(b)   a declaration in accordance with Form MO-31/2.
     17.2     The inspector must state in the declaration:
(a)   the extent to which the vessel’s construction, equipment and machinery was surveyed by him or her; and
(b)   his or her opinion, based on the survey, about the kind of voyages that the vessel is fit to undertake.
[19]     Paragraph 18.2 (a)
substitute
(a)   that is a foreign vessel to which SOLAS does not apply; or
[20]     After subsection 18.3
insert
     18.4     AMSA may grant an exemption from survey under Division 2.
     18.5     AMSA may revoke an exemption from survey if the inspection report under section 20 shows that:
(a)   the condition of a vessel, or its equipment, does not substantially correspond with the safety certificate issued for the vessel; or
(b)   the vessel cannot proceed to sea without danger to its crew or passengers.
[21]     After section 19
insert
20        Inspection of vessels exempt from survey
     20.1     An inspector may, at any time, inspect a vessel that is wholly or partly exempt from survey under any Marine Orders.
     20.2     An inspector who has completed an inspection mentioned in subsection 20.1 must prepare an inspection report and give it to AMSA.
21        Certificates required for a passenger vessel
     21.1     A passenger vessel engaged in an overseas voyage must have the following safety certificates:
(a)   either:
             (i)  for a vessel engaged in a short overseas voyage  — a passenger ship short voyage safety certificate; or
            (ii)  in any other case — a passenger ship safety certificate;
(b)   any exemption certificate in force for the vessel that applies to the voyage.
     21.2     A passenger vessel engaged in a short overseas voyage must have a passenger ship short voyage safety certificate.
22        Certificates required for a cargo vessel
     22.1     A cargo vessel that is not a fishing vessel and is at least 500 gross tonnage engaged on an overseas voyage must have the following safety certificates:
(a)   either:
             (i)  all of these:
(A)    a cargo ship safety construction certificate;
(B)    a cargo ship safety equipment certificate;
(C)    a cargo ship safety radio certificate; or
            (ii)  a cargo ship safety certificate;
(b)   any exemption certificate in force for the vessel that applies to the voyage.
     22.2     A cargo vessel that is a fishing vessel and is at least 500 gross tonnage, or less than 500 gross tonnage engaged on an overseas voyage, must have a certificate of survey appropriate to the voyage.
     22.3     A cargo vessel of at least 300 gross tonnage that is engaged on an overseas voyage must have the following certificates:
(a)   a cargo ship safety radiotelegraphy certificate or a cargo ship safety radiotelephony certificate;
(b)   any exemption certificate in force for the vessel that applies to the voyage.
Division 4     Criteria for issue, variation or revocation of safety certificates
23        Criteria
                 The criteria for the issue, variation or revocation of a safety certificate for a regulated Australian vessel are:
(a)   for issue of a certificate mentioned in Schedule 2 — those mentioned for the certificate in Schedule 2; and
(b)   for variation of a certificate:
             (i)  a written application for a variation of the certificate is made to the issuing body, specifying the nature of variation sought; and
            (ii)  the vessel complies with the survey requirements that apply to it; and
           (iii)  the vessel undergoes any additional surveys required by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration; and
           (iv)  the vessel complies with any conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration; and
(c)   for revocation of a certificate:
             (i)  the surveys required by this Order are not completed within the periods required by this Order; or
            (ii)  the certificate is not endorsed in accordance with this Order; or
           (iii)  the vessel to which it applies ceases to be registered in Australia.
[22]     Schedule 1, Form MO-31/1
omit
To the Surveyor
[23]     Schedule 1, Form MO-31/2, before the footnotes
insert
* delete as appropriate
[24]     Schedule 1, Form MO-31/13
substitute
Form MO–31/13
NOTICE OF ALTERATION UNDER SECTION 105 OF THE NAVIGATION ACT
To: Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
Area Manager, Ship Safety Division, ............................................
Recognised organisation that issued the certificate………………
PARTICULARS TO BE NOTIFIED
1.   Name of vessel.
2.   Official number (if any).
3.   IMO number
4.   Gross Tonnage
5.   Home port/port of registry.
6.   Call sign.
7.   Name of owner(s) or agent.
8.   Address of principal place of business of owner or agent in Australia.
9.   Date of issue and reference number of the Safety Certificate.
10.  Name of the recognised organisation.
11.  Reason(s) for, or cause(s) of alteration
12.  Description of nature and extent of alteration to the vessel (including date(s) on which alterations were commenced and completed.
13.  Name and address of person or corporation effecting alteration.
14.  Particulars of changes in the construction of the vessel.
15.  Additional information (if any) affecting the compliance of the vessel with the provisions of SOLAS as appropriate.
…...............................................
(signature of master or owner)
........................................
(date)
[25]     Schedule 1, Form MO-31/16
omit
[26]     After Schedule 1
insert
Schedule 2    Criteria for issue of safety certificates
(section 23)
Item
Certificate
Criteria

1
Passenger ship safety certificate or passenger ship short voyage safety certificate
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 12, 15, 21, 25, 27 and 30 that relate to passenger vessels to which SOLAS applies

2
Cargo ship safety construction certificate
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 12 and 15 that relate to cargo vessels to which SOLAS applies

3
Cargo ship safety equipment certificate
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 15, 21, 25 and 30 that relate to cargo vessels to which SOLAS applies

4
Cargo ship safety radio certificate
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with Marine Order 27

5
Cargo ship safety certificate
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 12, 15, 21, 25, 27 and 30 that relate to cargo vessels to which SOLAS applies

6
Exemption certificate (SOLAS)
 
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 12, 15, 21, 25, 27 and 30 that relate to cargo vessels to which SOLAS applies (other than the requirement mentioned in the exemption certificate); and
(c)   complies with any conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

7
Certificate of survey for a passenger vessel
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 12, 15, 21, 25, 27 and 30 that relate to vessels to which SOLAS does not apply; and
(c)   complies with any conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

8
Certificate of survey for a cargo vessel other than a fishing vessel
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 12, 15, 21, 25, 27 and 30 that relate to cargo vessels to which SOLAS does not apply; and
(c)   complies with any conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

9
Certificate of survey for a fishing vessel
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 12, 15, 21 and 25 that relate to fishing vessels to which SOLAS does not apply; and
(c)   complies with the conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

10
Exemption certificate  (non-SOLAS)
 
The vessel:
(a)   has been surveyed in accordance with this Order; and
(b)  complies with the provisions of Marine Orders 12, 15, 21, 25, 27 and 30 that relate to vessels to which SOLAS does not apply (other than the requirement mentioned in the exemption certificate); and
(c)   complies with any conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

[27]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1A
31, issue 6
31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006

Subsection 1.2.2
Divisions 1, 2 and 2B of Part IV
Section 314, paragraph 93(3)(a) and subparagraph 339(2)(i)

Subsection 1.2.2
ships
vessels

Subsection 1.2.3
425 (1)
339(1)

Subsection 1.2.4
425 (1AA)
342(1)

Section 2, definition of USL Class 1A and 2A
ship
vessel

Section 2, note 2
(Administration),
(Administration) 2011,

Section 2, note 2
·         AMSA
·         General Manager, Maritime Operations Division
·         cargo vessel
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         fishing vessel

Section 2, note 2
·         SOLAS
·         survey authority.
·         passenger vessel
·         recognised organisation
·         SOLAS
·         inspector.

Subsection 3.3
ship
vessel

Subsections 4.2 and 4.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 4.3
steamship
vessel

Section 7, heading
ships
vessels

Section 7
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.2
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 7.2, note
surveyor
inspector

Subsection 7.3
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 8, heading
ships
vessels

Subsection 8.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.1
the Navigation Act and Marine
Marine

Section 9
ships
vessels

Subsection 9.1
the Navigation Act and Marine
Marine

Subsection 9.1
ship
vessel

Section 10, heading
ships
vessels

Section 10
ship
vessel

Section 10
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 10.1.1
the Navigation Act and Marine
Marine

Subsection 10.1.3, note
surveyor
inspector

Subsections 11.1 and 11.2
the Navigation Act and Marine
Marine

Subsection 11.3, note
crew
seafarers

Section 12, heading
ships
vessels

Section 12
ship
vessel

Paragraph 12.1(a)
Orders Part 17 (Liquefied Gas Carriers and Chemical Tankers)
Order 17 (Liquefied gas carriers and chemical tankers) 2006

Paragraph 12.1(b)
Orders Part 47 (Mobile Offshore Drilling Units)
Order 47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012

Paragraph 12.1(c)
Orders Part 49 (High Speed Craft)
Order 49 (High-speed craft) 2009

Paragraph 12.1(d)
Orders Part 49 (High Speed Craft)
Order 49 (High-speed craft) 2009

Paragraph 12.1(e)
Orders Part 50 (Special Purpose Ships)
Order 50 (Special Purpose Ships) 2012

Paragraph 12.1(f)
Orders Part 43 (Cargo & cargo handling — livestock)
Order 43 (Cargo & cargo handling — livestock) 2006

Subsection 12.2
Orders, Part 41 (Carriage of Dangerous Goods)
Order 41 (Carriage of dangerous goods) 2009

Subsection 13.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 13.1
the Navigation Act, Marine Orders
Marine Orders

Subsection 13.1.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 13.1.2
the surveyor
the inspector

Section 14, heading
Duration of certificates
Duration and validity of safety certificates

Subsection 14.3.1
sections 8, 9 and 10
sections 8 to 11A

Subsections 14.3.2, 14.3.3 and 14.3.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 14.3.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 14.3.5
Australian-registered
Australian

Subsection 14.3.6, note
ship
vessel

Subsection 14.5
ship
vessel

Subsection 14.5, note
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 14.6
a surveyor
an issuing body

Subsection 16.1.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 16.1.1
the Schedule
Schedule 1

Subsections 16.1.2 and 16.1.3
ship
vessel

Subsections 18.1 and 18.2
ship
vessel

Subsections 18.1 and 18.2
subsection 193(1) of the Navigation Act
Division 2

Paragraph 18.2(b)
registered in Australia
a regulated Australian vessel

Subsection 18.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 18.3
204 or section 210
20

Section 19, heading
Transitional
Harmonisation of expiry dates of certificates

Section 19
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/1
crew
seafarers

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/1
OF SHIP
OF VESSEL

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/1
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/1
organization
organisation

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/1
Ship
vessel

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/2, heading
SURVEYOR’S DECLARATION
Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification)
DECLARATION OF SURVEY OR INSPECTION
Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/2
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/2, note 3
surveyor
inspector

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/2, note 3
1912
2012

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/2
a surveyor appointed under the Navigation Act 1912,
an inspector appointed under the Navigation Act 2012/ a surveyor employed by a recognised organisation *

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/2
Signature of Surveyor
Signature

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/2, note 3
surveyor is appointed
the appointment is

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/9
1912
2012

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/9
subsections 195(1A) and 195(2) of the Navigation Act
section 14 of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/10
1912
2012

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/10
Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification)
Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/10
subsections 195(1A) and 195(2) of the Navigation Act
section 14 of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/11
1912
2012

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/11
Marine Orders, Part 31 (Ship surveys and certification)
Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/12
1912
2012

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/12
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/15
sections 268, 269 or 417
paragraphs 185(1)(b) or 186(1)(b) or subparagraph 312(1)(b)(ii)

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/15
1912
2012

Schedule 1, Form MO-31/15
section 417
subparagraph 312(1)(b)(ii)

[28]     Other amendments
  provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 13B.1
14
18

Subsection 14.1.3
14.3
18.3

Subsection 14.3.4
14.3.1, 14.3.3 or 14.3.5
18.3.1, 18.3.3 or 18.3.5

Subsection 14.3.6
14.2.(b) or subsection 14.3.3 or 14.3.4
18.2.(b) or subsection 18.3.3 or 18.3.4


Division 2     Consequent modification
[1]       Sections 14 and 15
relocate before section 20 as sections 18 and 19
[2]       Sections 16 to 19
renumber as sections 14 to 17
Schedule 17  Marine Orders Part 32, issue 3
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 32 (Cargo handling equipment) 2011.
[2]       Section 5
substitute
5          Power
       5.1     Subsection 112(5) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations dealing with loading, stowing or carriage of cargo in vessels and unloading of cargo from vessels.
Note   Section 114 provides that a person who contravenes subsection 114(1) is punishable on conviction by imprisonment for up to 5 years and a fine of up to 300 penalty units.
       5.2     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed, for carrying out or giving effect to the Navigation Act.
       5.3     Paragraph 339(2)(b) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations dealing with machinery and equipment to be carried on board vessels.
       5.4     Paragraph 339(2)(c) provides for regulations dealing with operating, maintaining, checking and testing of the machinery and equipment.
       5.5     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides for the making of orders for matters that can be made by the regulations.
[3]       Section 6, definitions of AMSA, cargo, container and dangerous goods
omit
[4]       Section 6, definition of IMDG Code
substitute
IMDG Code means the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
Note   International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code is defined in the Navigation Act.  On 30 June 2013 the latest edition of the IMDG Code was the 2010 edition.
[5]       Section 6, notes 1 to 3
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Navigation Act
·         offshore industry mobile unit.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         cargo
·         container
·         dangerous goods
·         inspector
·         master
·         port
·         recognised organisation
·         seafarer.
Note 3   Recognised organisations are listed in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
[6]       Paragraph 8(1)(c), note
omit
[7]       After subsection 10.1
insert
  10.1A     An offence against subsection 10.1 is a strict liability offence.
   10.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[8]       After subsection 10.2
insert
  10.2A     An offence against subsection 10.2 is a strict liability offence.
   10.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       After subsection 11.3
insert
     11.4     An offence against subsection 11.3 is a strict liability offence.
     11.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     After subsection 13.2
insert
     13.3     An offence against subsection 13.2 is a strict liability offence.
     13.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 13.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     After subsection 14.2
insert
  14.2A     An offence against subsection 14.2 is a strict liability offence.
   14.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 14.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[12]     After subsection 14.3
insert
  14.3A     An offence against subsection 14.3 is a strict liability offence.
   14.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 14.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[13]     After subsection 15.3
insert
  15.3A     An offence against subsection 15.3 is a strict liability offence.
   15.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 15.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     After section 16
insert
     16.2     An offence against subsection 16.1 is a strict liability offence.
     16.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 16.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     After section 17
insert
     17.2     An offence against subsection 17.1 is a strict liability offence.
     17.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 17.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
17A     Loading and unloading — employment of seafarers
                 For paragraph 94(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the requirements are:
(a)   the master agrees to the seafarer loading or unloading the vessel; and
(b)   a risk assessment is undertaken to ensure that the vessel can be loaded or unloaded in accordance with this Order.
[16]     After subsection 18.7
insert
     18.8     An offence against subsection 18.1, 18.4, 18.5, 18.6 or 18.7 is a strict liability offence.
     18.9     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 18.1, 18.4, 18.5, 18.6 or 18.7.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     After section 19
insert
     19.2     An offence against subsection 19.1 is a strict liability offence.
     19.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 19.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[18]     After subsection 24.1
insert
  24.1A     An offence against subsection 24.1 is a strict liability offence.
   24.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 24.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[19]     After subsection 24.2
insert
  24.2A     An offence against subsection 24.2 is a strict liability offence.
   24.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 24.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[20]     After subsection 25.1
insert
  25.1A     An offence against subsection 25.1 is a strict liability offence.
   25.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 25.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[21]     After subsection 30.3
insert
  30.3A     An offence against subsection 30.1, 30.2 or 30.3 is a strict liability offence.
   30.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 30.1, 30.2 or 30.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[22]     After subsection 32.3
insert
     32.4     An offence against subsection 32.2 or 32.3 is a strict liability offence.
     32.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 32.2 or 32.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[23]     After section 36
insert
     36.2     An offence against subsection 36.1 is a strict liability offence.
     36.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 36.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[24]     Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsections 4.1(a)(i), (ii) and (iii)
ships, off-shore industry vessels and off-shore industry mobile units
vessels

Paragraph 4.1(a)(iv)
off-shore industry mobile units
vessels

Subsection 4.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 4.2
ships
vessels

Section 6, definition of bulk carrier
ship
vessel

Section 6, definition of cargo space
ship
vessel

Section 6, definition of competent person, subparagraph (a)(ii)
classification society
recognised organisation

Section 6, definition of competent person, sub-subparagraph (b)(i)(A)
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 6, definition of competent person, sub-subparagraph (b)(i)(A)
ship
vessel

Section 6, definition of competent person, sub-subparagraph (b)(i)(C)
classification society
recognised organisation

Section 6, definition of competent person, subparagraph (b)(ii)
ship
vessel

Section 6, definition of competent person, subparagraph (b)(ii)
crew member
seafarer

Section 6, definition of duty surveyor
surveyor
inspector

Section 6, definition of duty surveyor
a surveyor
an inspector

Section 6, definition of lifting appliance
ship
vessel

Section 6, definitions of loading, operator, owner, self unloading system and shipborne barge
ship
vessel

Section 6, definition of operator
shipowner
owner

Section 6, definition of ship equipment
a ship
a vessel

Section 6, definitions of solid bulk cargo and unloading
ship
vessel

Section 7
ship
vessel

Paragraph 8(1)(a)
ship
vessel

Paragraph 8(1)(b)
ship to which Part II of the Navigation Act applies
regulated Australian vessel

Section 9 to 12
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.1
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 9.2.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 9.2.2
surveyor
inspector

Division 2, heading
surveyors
inspectors

Subsections 10.1 and 10.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsections 10.1 and 10.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 11.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 11.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Paragraph 11.3(b)
a surveyor
an inspector

Section 12
A surveyor
An inspector

Subsection 13.1
ship
vessel

Subsections 13.1 and 13.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsections 13.2, 14.2 and 14.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 13.2, note
an Australian ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Subsections 14.1 to 14.9
ship
vessel

Subsection 14.9
crew of the ship, the master of the ship
seafarers of the vessel, the master of the vessel

Section 15 to 17
ship
vessel

Subsection 15.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 16
A
16.1         A

Sections 16 and 17
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 17
The
17.1      The

Section 18
the ship
the vessel

Section 18
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 18.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Paragraphs 18.3(b) and 18.4(a)
member of the crew
seafarer

Subsection 18.4
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 18.5
member of the crew of the ship
seafarer of the vessel

Subsections 18.5, 18.6 and 18.7
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 19
The
19.1      The

Sections 19 to 23
ship
vessel

Section 19
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 23, heading
ships
vessels

Subsection 23.1
23.2
subsection 23.2

Subsection 23.2
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 23.2
Orders, Part 21 (Safety of navigation and emergency procedures)
Order 21 (Safety of navigation and emergency procedures)  2012

Subsection 23.6, note
ships
vessels

Subsections 24.1 and 24.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Sections 24 to 26, 28 and 30
ship
vessel

Subsection 25.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsections 30.1, 30.2 and 30.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 32.1
surveyor
inspector

Subsection 32.2
a ship
a vessel

Subsection 32.2
ship board equipment
equipment on board the vessel

Subsections 32.2 and 32.3
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsections 32.2 and 32.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Division 7, heading
ships’
vessels’

Sections 33 and 34
ship
vessel

Section 34
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 36
A
36.1         A

Section 36
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Sections 37 to 39
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclauses 1.1, 1.2 and 1.6
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 1.6, note
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, clauses 2 and 3
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, paragraph 3.6(d)
more that
more than

Schedule 1, subclause 4.2.1.5
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, paragraph 4.3(d)
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, clause 5
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, clauses 3 and 5
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, clause 6, heading
ships
vessels

Schedule 2, clause 6
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, clause 7, heading
ships
vessels

Schedule 2, clauses 7, 8, 11 and 12
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, subclause 13.1.2
ships
vessels

Schedule 2, subclause 13.2.3
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, subclause 14.2.2
ships
vessels

Schedule 2, paragraph 14.3.1(f)
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, subclause 14.4.2
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 2, subclause 14.5.3, note
ships
vessels

Schedule 2, subclause 15.2.3, example 1, subparagraph (d)(iv)
a surveyor
an inspector

Schedule 2, subclause 15.2.5
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 2, subclause 15.2.12
ships
vessels

Schedule 2, subclause 15.2.14
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, subclause 15.2.14
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 3, subclause 1.1
ship
vessel

Schedule 4, clause 1
a ship
a vessel

Schedule 4, clauses 1 to 3
the ship
the vessel

Schedule 4, subparagraph 1.2(b)(i)
classification society
recognised organisation

Schedule 4, subclause 8.1.1 and 8.4.1
ships
vessels

Schedule 4, subclause 8.3.2
classification society
recognised organisation

Schedule 6, paragraph 1.3(d)
surveyor
inspector

Schedule 6, paragraph 1.4(b)
classification society
recognised organisation

Schedule 6, paragraph 1.4(c)
ship
vessel

Schedule 6, subclause 6.1
A ship
A vessel

Schedule 6, paragraph 6.1(b)
ship
vessel

Schedule 6, subclauses 6.1 and 6.3
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 6, subclauses 6.3, 6.4 and 6.6
ship
vessel

Schedule 6, paragraph 6.4(d)
Orders, Part 21 (Safety of navigation and emergency procedures)
Orders 21 (Safety of navigation and emergency procedures) 2012

Schedule 6, subclause 6.6
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 6, clauses 7 and 8
ship
vessel

Schedule 6, paragraphs 8(a) and (c)
survey authority or classification society
recognised organisation

Schedule 6, clause 11
mobile offshore drilling unit
offshore industry mobile unit

Schedule 6, clause 13
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 7, subclause 1.3
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 7, subclause 1.3
ship
vessel

Schedule 7, subclauses 2.4.1 and 2.4.2
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 7, subclause 2.4.2
ship
vessel

Schedule 7, subclause 2.4.5
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 7, subclause 2.4.7
ship
vessel

Schedule 7, subclause 3.6
ship
vessel

Schedule 8, clauses 2 and 3
ship
vessel

Schedule 8, clause 3
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 8, clause 4
ship
vessel

Schedule 8, clause 6
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 9, paragraph 1.1(b)
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 10, subclause 3.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Schedule 11, Forms MO 32/1 and 32/2
Ship
Vessel

Schedule 11, Forms MO 32/1, 32/2, 32/3 and 32/4
Marine Order 32 (Cargo Handling Equipment)
Marine Order 32 (Cargo Handling Equipment) 2011

Schedule 18  Marine Orders Part 33, issue 4
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 33 (Cargo and cargo handling — grain) 2005.
[2]       Subsection 1.2
substitute
1.2       Power
    1.2.1     Subsections 112(4) and 112(5) of the Navigation Act provide that the regulations may provide for the carriage on a vessel of cargo, the loading, unloading and stowing of cargo, and giving of relevant notices.
    1.2.2     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
    1.2.3     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may give effect to SOLAS, including Part C of Chapter VI which deals with the carriage of grain.
    1.2.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides for the making of Orders for any matter for which the regulations may provide.
[3]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[4]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA, Manager, Ship Inspections and Code
omit
[5]       Section 2, definition of document of authorization
substitute
document of authorisation means a document issued under A 3 of the Code by:
(a)   for a regulated Australian vessel — the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration or a recognised organisation; or
(b)   for a foreign vessel to which SOLAS applies:
             (i)   the administration of the country of registry of the vessel; or
            (ii)  the administration of a country to which SOLAS applies, on behalf of the country of registry, under the law of the country of registry that gives effect to SOLAS; or
           (iii)   an organisation recognised and authorised by the administration of the country of registry of the vessel.
International Grain Code means the International Code for the Safe Carriage of Grain in Bulk adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.23 (59), as in force from time to time.
Note 1   See also the IMO publication International Code for the Safe Carriage of Grain in Bulk, 1991 edition.
Note 2   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends this Code is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[6]       Section 2, definitions of General Manager, IMO, penal provision, SOLAS, survey authority, surveyor and the Navigation Act
omit
[7]       Section 2, at the foot
insert
Note 3   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Navigation Act
·         recognised organisation
·         SOLAS.
Note 4   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector.
[8]       Subsection 3.4
omit
[9]       Subsection 4.1
substitute
       4.1     This Order applies to the loading, stowage and carriage of grain in bulk on:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel; or
(b)   a foreign vessel that is:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
[10]     Sections 5 and 6
substitute
5          Exemptions
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
· making an application
· seeking further information about an application
· the time allowed for consideration of an application
· imposing conditions on approval of an application
· notification of a decision on an application
· review of decisions.
5A       Equivalents
    5A.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Division 3 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use —see subsection 5A.4.
    5A.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
    5A.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   approving use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS.
    5A.4     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that may be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a section of this Order, or a provision of SOLAS, requires to be fitted or carried in a vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel, as an alternative to a requirement of this Order or SOLAS.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
6          Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order, other than a decision under section 5 or 5A, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note   A decision under section 5 or 5A is also a reviewable decision for Marine Order 1(Administration) 2011 because it is mentioned in section 16 of that Order.
[11]     Subsection 7.1.4
omit
[12]     Subsection 7.2, footnote 8
substitute as note to subsection 7.2
Note  This document is in the Supplement to the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code). The IMDG Code as currently in force is available from the IMO (website — http://www.imo.org). Information about the IMDG Code as currently in force is available in a Marine Notice on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[13]     After subsection 9.2.1
insert
9.2.1A     An offence against subsection 9.2.1 is a strict liability offence.
  9.2.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.2.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     After subsection 10.2
insert
  10.2A     An offence against subsection 10.2 is a strict liability offence.
   10.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 1.1
Part
Order

Section 2, definition of approved
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 3
Part
Order

Section 3
Code
International Grain Code

Subsection 3.2
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 3.3
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 4.2
Part
Order

Subsection 4.2
ship
vessel

Section 7
ship
vessel

Section 7
Code
International Grain Code

Subsection 7.1.1
this Part
this Order

Subsection 7.1.2, footnote 5
Code
International Grain Code

Subsection 7.1.3
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 7.3
Code )
International Grain Code)

Subsection 7.3
Part
Order

Subsection 7.3
the Appendix
Schedule 1

Paragraph 7.3(b)
St Vincent’s Gulf
Gulf St Vincent

Section 8
Code)
International Grain Code)

Section 8
Code
International Grain Code

Section 8
authorization
authorisation

Section 9
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.1.1
9.1.2
subsection 9.1.2

Subsection 9.1.1(k)
authorization
authorisation

Subsection 9.1.2
9.1.1
subsection 9.1.1

Subsection 9.1.2
A surveyor
An inspector

Section 9, footnote 9
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 9.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 9.2.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.2.1
9.2.2
subsection 9.2.2

Paragraph 9.2.1(a)
9.1
subsection 9.1

Subsection 9.2.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 9.2.2
the surveyor
the inspector

Section 10
ship
vessel

Section 10, footnote 11
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 10.1.1
10.1.1
subsection 10.1.1

Subsection 10.1.2
A surveyor
An inspector

Subsection 10.1.2
10.1.1
subsection 10.1.1

Subsection 10.2
10.3
subsection 10.3

Paragraph 10.2(a)
10.1
subsection 10.1

Paragraph 10.2(a)
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 10.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 10.3
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 10.3
the surveyor
the inspector

Appendix, heading
Appendix
Schedule 1

Appendix, clause 1
ship
vessel

Appendix, clauses 1 and 2
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix, subclauses 1.1.1 and 1.2.3
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix, subclause 1.2
authorization
authorisation

Appendix, subclause 1.2.3
1.2.2
subclause 1.2.2

Appendix, clause 2, heading
St Vincent’s Gulf
Gulf St Vincent

[16]     Further amendments — definitions
Each definition in section 2 (other than the definition of document of authorisation is amended by:
(a)   omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
[17]     Further amendments — footnotes
footnote
instruction

5
Relocate as a note at the foot of subsection 7.1.2

6
Relocate as a note at the foot of subsection 7.1.3

9
Relocate as note 1 at the foot of subsection 9.1.1

10
Relocate as note 2 at the foot of subsection 9.1.1

11
Relocate as note 1 at the foot of subsection 10.1.1

12
Relocate as note 2 at the foot of subsection 10.1.1

13
Relocate as a note under the heading to clause 1

14
Relocate as a note at the foot of subclause 1.1.1

15
Relocate as a note under the heading to clause 2

Schedule 19  Marine Orders Part 34, issue 6
(section 3)
[1]       Subsection 1.2
substitute
1.2       Power
    1.2.1     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to give effect to SOLAS.
    1.2.2     Subsection 112(5) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may make provision for the loading, stowing or carriage of cargo in vessels, the unloading of cargo from vessels, and the giving of notices for the loading, or unloading, stowage or carriage of cargo into vessels.
    1.2.3     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
    1.2.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders about any matter for which provision must or may be made by regulations.
[2]       Section 2, definition of IMDG Code
substitute
IMDG Code means the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
Note   The IMDG Code as currently in force is available from the IMO — see http://www.imo.org. Information about the IMDG Code as currently in force is available in a Marine Notice on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[3]       Section 2, definition of IMSBC Code, including the note
substitute
IMSBC Code means:
(a)   the International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes Code 2012 edition and Supplement, published by the IMO, or if that edition has been superseded — the latest edition of that document; and
(b)   the additional requirements mentioned in Schedule 1.
[4]       Section 2, definitions of operator and surveyor
omit
[5]       Section 2, notes 2 to 4
substitute
Note 2   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         MARPOL
·         Navigation Act
·         Pollution Prevention Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 3   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         foreign vessel
·         inspector
·         International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code
·         marine order
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel.
Note 4   There is information on obtaining copies of IMO resolutions and documents mentioned in this Order on AMSA’s website at http:/www.amsa.gov.au or by email at international relations@amsa.gov.au.
[6]       Section 2, notes 4 and 5
omit
[7]       Section 4
substitute
4          Application
        (1)     This Order applies to the loading, stowing, carriage and unloading of solid bulk cargoes in:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel; and
(b)   a foreign vessel that is:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iii)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
        (2)     Section 15 also applies to any other vessel to which Part A-1 of Chapter VII of SOLAS applies.
[8]       After subsection 5.4
insert
       5.5     An offence against subsection 5.3 or 5.4 is a strict liability offence.
       5.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 5.3 or 5.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       Section 6
substitute
6          Review of decisions
A decision under this Order, other than a decision made under section 5, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note    A decision made under section 5 is a reviewable decision because it is mentioned in section 16 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
[10]     After subsection 7.6
insert
       7.7     An offence against subsection 7.1, 7.2, 7.4 or 7.6 is a strict liability offence.
       7.8     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.1, 7.2, 7.4 or 7.6.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     After subsection 7A.3
insert
    7A.4     An offence against subsection 7A.3 is a strict liability offence.
    7A.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7A.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[12]     After subsection 7B.8
insert
  7B.8A     An offence against subsection 7B.1, 7B.2, 7B.3, 7B.6, 7B.7 or 7B.8 is a strict liability offence.
  7B.8B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7B.1, 7B.2, 7B.3, 7B.6, 7B.7 or 7B.8.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[13]     After subsection 8.8
insert
       8.9     An offence against subsection 8.8 is a strict liability offence.
     8.10     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.9.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     After subsection 8A.4
insert
    8A.5     An offence against subsection 8A.4 is a strict liability offence.
    8A.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8A.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     After subsection 9.1.3
insert
    9.1.4     An offence against subsection 9.1.1, 9.1.2 or 9.1.3 is a strict liability offence.
    9.1.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.1.1, 9.1.2 or 9.1.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[16]     After subsection 10.2
insert
     10.3     An offence against subsection 10.2 is a strict liability offence.
     10.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     After subsection 11.1
insert
  11.1A     An offence against subsection 11.1 is a strict liability offence.
   11.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[18]     Subsection 11.3, heading
substitute
11.3    Approvals for regulated Australian vessels
[19]     After subsection 12.2
insert
     12.3     An offence against subsection 12.2 is a strict liability offence.
     12.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 12.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[20]     After subsection 13.1.5
insert
  13.1.6     An offence against subsection 13.1.3 or 13.1.5 is a strict liability offence.
  13.1.7     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 13.1.3 or 13.1.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[21]     After subsection 13.3.3
insert
  13.3.4     An offence against subsection 13.3.3 is a strict liability offence.
  13.3.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 13.3.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[22]     After subsection 13.4.3
insert
  13.4.4     An offence against subsection 13.4.3 is a strict liability offence.
  13.4.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 13.4.6.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[23]     After subsection 14.3
insert
     14.4     An offence against subsection 14.3 is a strict liability offence.
     14.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 14.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[24]     Subsection 15.2
omit
ship mentioned in provision 15.1
insert
vessel
[25]     After subsection 15.2
insert
     15.3     An offence against subsection 15.1 or 15.2 is a strict liability offence.
     15.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 15.1 or 15.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[26]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1A
Orders Part 34, issue 6.
Order 34 (Solid bulk cargoes) 2007.

Section 2, definition of terminal representative, note 1
Marine Orders, Part 32
Marine Order 32 (Cargo handling equipment) 2011

Section 2
ship
vessel

Subsections 3.4 and 3.5
ship registered in Australia
regulated Australian vessel

Subsection 3.5
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 5
ship
vessel

Subsection 5.1
(Administration).
(Administration) 2011.

Subsections 5.3, 5.4, 7.1, 7.2, 7.4 and 7.6
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 7
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 7
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.1
operator
owner

Sections 7A, 7B, 8, 8A and 9
ship
vessel

Subsections 7A.1, 7B.1, 7B.4, 7B.5, 7B.6, 7B.7, 7B.10, 8.4 and 9.1.2
provision
subsection

Subsections 7A.3, 7B.1 to 7B.3, 7B.6 to 7B.8, 8.8, 8A.4 and 9.1.1 to 9.1.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsections 7A.3, 7B.10, 8.1, 8.2, 8.5 and 8.7
surveyor
inspector

Subsection 8.3
ships
vessels

Subsection 8A.2
Order 1
Order 1 (Administration)  2011

Subsection 10.1
ship registered in Australia
regulated Australian vessel

Subsection 10.1
provision applies
section applies

Paragraph 10.1(b)
provision
subsection

Subsections 10.2 and 11.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 10.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.3.1
an Australian registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Sections 11, 12, 13, 14 and 16
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.2
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 11.3.2
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 11.3.2
master, owner or operator
master or owner

Subsections 11.3.2, 12.2 and 15.2
provision
subsection

Subsection 11.3.3
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsections 12.2, 13.1.3, 13.1.5, 13.3.3, 13.4.3, 14.3, 15.1 and 15.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 13.1.1
A surveyor
An inspector

Subsection 13.1.2
13.1.1
subsection 13.1.1

Subsection 13.1.3
13.1.1
subsections 13.1.1

Subsections 13.1.2, 13.1.3, 13.1. 4, 13.4.1 and 14.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsections 13.1.2, 13.1.4 and 14.1
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 13.3.1
13.1
subsection 13.1

Subsection 13.3.2
13.3.1
subsection 13.3.1

Subsection 13.3.3
13.3.2
subsection 13.3.2

Subsection 13.4.2
13.4.1
subsection 13.4.1

Subsection 13.4.3
13.4.2
subsection 13.4.2

Subsection 14.2
14.1
subsection 14.1

Subsection 14.3
14.2
subsection 14.2

Subsection 15.1
ship to which Part VI of the Navigation Act applies
vessel

Subsection 15.1
the ship must
the vessel must

Subsection 15.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 15.2
provision
subsection

Subsection 15.2
operator
owner

Section 16
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule reference
provision
section

Schedule 20  Marine Orders Part 35, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 35 (Additional safety measures for bulk carriers) 2006.
[2]       Subsection 1.2
substitute
1.2       Power
    1.2.1     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made to give effect to SOLAS.
    1.2.2     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
    1.2.3     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders about any matter for which provision must or may be made by regulations.
[3]       Section 2, heading
substitute
            2          Definitions
[4]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA, General Manager, IMO, Manager, Ship Inspections, Navigation Act, penal provision and SOLAS
omit
[5]       Section 2, note at the foot
substitute
Note 1   There are no terms specifically defined for this Order.
Note 2   Information on how to get a copy of an IMO document is available on AMSA’s website http://www.amsa.gov.au, or by emailing international.relations@amsa.gov.au.
Note 3   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         IMO
·         Navigation Act
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
Note 3   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         foreign vessel
·         inspector
·         Marine Order
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         vessel.
[7]       Subsection 3.4
omit
[8]       Sections 4 to 6
substitute
4          Application
                 This Order applies to a vessel to which Chapter XII of SOLAS applies that is:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel; or
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
5          Exemptions
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process mentioned in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     AMSA must not grant an exemption if it would contravene SOLAS.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
6          Equivalents
       6.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use — see subsection 6.4.
       6.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       6.3     The decision maker may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that use of the equivalent:
(a)   would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   would not contravene SOLAS.
       6.4     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
[9]       After subsection 7.2.1
insert
7.2.1A     An offence against subsection 7.2.1 is a strict liability offence.
  7.2.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.2.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     After subsection 7.2.2
insert
7.2.2A     An offence against subsection 7.2.2 is a strict liability offence.
  7.2.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.2.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     Subsection 7.2.3
omit
                 Provision 7 of Marine Orders Part 34
insert
                 section 7 of Marine Order 34 (Solid bulk cargoes) 2007
[12]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Section 3
Part
Order

Subsection 3.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.3
Manager Ship Inspection
Manager Ship Inspection and Registration

Section 7
an Australian registered ship
a regulated Australian vessel

Section 7
An Australian registered ship
A regulated Australian vessel

Subsections 7.2.1 and 7.2.2
ship
vessel

Subsections 7.2.1 and 7.2.2
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Schedule 21  Marine Orders Part 41, issue 10
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 41 (Carriage of dangerous goods) 2009.
[2]       Paragraph 1.1(b)
substitute
(b)   provides for the following matters:
             (i)  carriage on vessels of cargo, including the loading, stowage, carriage and unloading of cargo, under subsection 112(4) of the Navigation Act;
            (ii)  carriage of dangerous goods in vessels, under subsection 112(6) of the Navigation Act;
           (iii)  giving notice of intention to ship dangerous goods in vessels, under subsection 119(1) of the Navigation Act.
[3]       Subsection 1.2.3
substitute
    1.2.3     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders about any matter for which provision may or must be made by regulation.
[4]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
[5]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA, cargo, dangerous goods and General Manager
omit
[6]       Section 2, definitions of IMDG Code and IMO
substitute
IMDG Code means the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
Note 1   International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code is defined in the Navigation Act.
Note 2   For the text of the IMDG Code — see http://www.imo.org.  Information about the IMDG Code is available in a Marine Notice on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
IMSBC Code has the same meaning it has in Marine Order 34 (Solid bulk cargoes) 2007.
[7]       Section 2, definitions of Manager, Ship Inspections, MARPOL, Navigation Act and operator
omit
[8]       Section 2, definitions of penal provision and person in charge
substitute
person in charge means the person in charge for Marine Order 32 (Cargo Handling Equipment) 2011.
[9]       Section 2, definitions of SOLAS, survey authority and surveyor
omit
[10]     Section 2, after definition of underdeck space
insert
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         MARPOL
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 1   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         master
·         seafarer
·         inspector.
[11]     Subsection 3.1
substitute
       3.1     For this Order, in regulation 5 of Chapter VII of SOLAS, approved by the Administration means:
(a)   for a regulated Australian vessel — approved by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration or a recognised organisation; and
(b)   for a foreign vessel — approved by or for the Administration of the country where the vessel is registered.
[12]     Paragraph 4.1(a)
substitute
(a)   the carriage of dangerous goods in:
             (i)  a regulated Australian vessel; and
            (ii)  a foreign vessel:
(A)    in an Australian port; or
(B)    entering or leaving an Australian port; or
(C)    in the internal waters of Australia; or
(D)    in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage; and
[13]     Sections 5 to 7
substitute
5          Modifications
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process mentioned in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for the modification of a requirement of this Order.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The decision maker may allow a modification only if he or she is satisfied that allowing the modification would not:
(a)   endanger person or property; or
(b)   contravene SOLAS.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and other matters referred to in it:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
5A       Exemptions
    5A.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
    5A.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
    5A.3     The decision maker may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   requiring compliance with the requirement would be unreasonable; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS.
6          Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order, other than a decision under section 5 or 5A, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note    A decision under section 5 or 5A is also a reviewable decision for Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 because it is mentioned in section 16 of that Order.
7          Requirements for dangerous goods and their packing, stowing and carriage
                 For subsection 112(6) of the Navigation Act, packing, stowing and carriage of dangerous goods must comply with the following requirements:
(a)   Parts A and D of Chapter VII of SOLAS;
(b)   the provisions of the IMDG Code that are expressed by the Code to be mandatory;
(c)   Schedule 1;
(d)   for goods to which the INF Code applies — the INF Code.
Note 1    There may be additional requirements under the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983, and Marine Order 94 (Marine pollution prevention — packaged harmful substances) 2009, which give effect to the dangerous goods aspects of MARPOL.
Note 2   Section 267 of the Navigation Act provides that an inspector may give a prohibition notice to the responsible person of a vessel about an activity involving a serious risk to the health or safety of a person.
Note 3    If a vessel is required by SOLAS II-2/54.3 or SOLAS II-2/19.4, as appropriate, to carry a Document of Compliance for the carriage of dangerous goods, dangerous goods not carried in accordance with the Document of Compliance may be regarded as endangering the safety of the vessel.
Note 4   See section 11 for further information about the powers of inspectors under section 260 of the Navigation Act to inspect vessels, premises and documentation.  Failure to take reasonable steps to facilitate the boarding of a vessel by an inspector is an offence under subsection 258(4) of the Navigation Act.
Note 5   Division 4 of Chapter 3 of the Navigation Act sets out various offences in relation to dangerous goods.
[14]     Subsection 9.1.1, including the note
substitute
    9.1.1     For subsection 119(1) of the Navigation Act, this section specifies the following matters about the notice of intention to ship dangerous goods that is required to be given before any dangerous goods are shipped in a vessel:
(a)   the manner of giving the notice;
(b)   the person to whom the notice must be given.
Note   Subsection 119(2) of the Navigation Act provides that contravention of subsection 119(1) of the Navigation Act is an offence with a penalty of imprisonment for 12 months or 60 penalty units, or both.
[15]     After subsection 9.1.5
insert
9.1.5A     An offence against subsection 9.1.5 is a strict liability offence.
  9.1.5B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.1.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[16]     After subsection 9.1.7
insert
    9.1.8     An offence against subsection 9.1.7 is a strict liability offence.
    9.1.9     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.1.7.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     After subsection 10.1
insert
  10.1.2     An offence against subsection 10.1.1 is a strict liability offence.
  10.1.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.1.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[18]     After subsection 10.2
insert
  10.2.2     An offence against subsection 10.2.1 is a strict liability offence.
  10.2.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.2.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[19]     After subsection 10.3
insert
  10.3.2     An offence against subsection 10.3.1 is a strict liability offence.
  10.3.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.3.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[20]     Subsection 11.1, note
substitute
Note   To enable AMSA to carry out this function, under section 260 of the Navigation Act, inspectors have wide powers to inspect vessels, premises and documentation.  Failure to take reasonable steps to facilitate the boarding of a vessel by an inspector is an offence under subsection 258(4) of the Navigation Act.
[21]     After section 11
insert
     11.7     An offence against subsection 11.3 or 11.6 is a strict liability offence.
     11.8     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.3 or11.6.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[22]     After section 12
insert
     12.3     An offence against subsection 12.1 or 12.2 is a strict liability offence.
     12.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 12.1 or 12.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[23]     After section 13
insert
     13.3     An offence against subsection 13.1 or 13.2 is a strict liability offence.
     13.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 13.1 or 13.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[24]     After section 13
insert
14        Carrying dangerous goods in packaged form or in solid form in bulk — certificates
     14.1     The master of a vessel must not permit dangerous goods in packaged form or in solid form in bulk to be loaded onto a vessel if each certificate mentioned in subsection 14.5 is not in force for the vessel.
     14.2     The owner of a vessel must ensure that dangerous goods in packaged form or in solid form in bulk are not loaded onto the vessel if each certificate mentioned in subsection 14.5 is not in force for the vessel.
     14.3     An offence against subsection 14.1 or 14.2 is a strict liability offence.
     14.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 14.1 or 14.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
     14.5     For subsections 14.1 and 14.2, the certificates are:
(a)   a Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate mentioned in Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006; and
(b)   a document of compliance to carry dangerous goods, in accordance with Regulation 19.4 of Chapter II-2 of SOLAS.
     14.6     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, each kind of certificate mentioned in subsection 14.5 is a safety certificate.
     14.7     For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of a safety certificate mentioned in subsection 14.5 for a regulated Australian vessel are:
(a)   for a Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate — the criteria mentioned for the certificate in Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006; and
(b)   for a document of compliance to carry dangerous goods:
             (i)  the criteria mentioned in paragraph (a); and
            (ii)  that the vessel is suitable for carriage of the classes of dangerous goods mentioned in tables 19.1, 19.2 and 19.3 of Regulation 19 of Chapter II-2 of SOLAS; and
           (iii)  that the vessel complies with the IMDG Code and the IMSBC Code for the substances, materials or articles that it is to carry.
     14.8     For paragraph 314(3)(h) of the Navigation Act, a safety certificate mentioned in subsection 14.5 ceases to be in force at the earlier of:
(a)   the end of the period mentioned in the certificate; or
(b)   when it is revoked.
     14.9     For subsection 101(1) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for variation of a safety certificate mentioned in subsection 14.5 are the criteria mentioned in paragraph 23(b) of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006.
   14.10     For subsection 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of a safety certificate mentioned in subsection 15.5 are the criteria mentioned in paragraph 23(c) of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006.
[25]     Further amendments — definitions
                 Each definition in section 2 (other than the definitions of IMDG Code and person in charge) is amended by:
(a)   for definitions other than the definition of underdeck space — omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
[26]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Paragraph 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subparagraph 1.1(a)(ii)
ships
vessels

Subsection 1.2.1
Section 191 of the Navigation Act provides
Paragraphs 98(2)(a) and 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provide

Subsection 1.2.2
425 (1)
339(1)

Section 2, opening words
Part
Order

Section 2, definition of accepted training course
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 2, definition of accepted training course
Part
Order

Section 2, definition of INF Code, note 1
ships
vessels

Section 2, definition of INF Code, note 1
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.2
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 3.2
Part
Order

Subsection 3.3
this Part
this Order

Subsection 3.4
Part
Order

Section 4
Part
Order

Subsection 4.1
4.2
subsection 4.2

Paragraph 4.1(b)
ships
vessels

Paragraph 4.2(a)
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.2
8.1
subsection 8.1

Subsection 8.2, note 2
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 9.1.2
ship
vessel

Paragraph 9.1.2(c)
a surveyor
an inspector

Paragraph 9.1.2(c)
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 9.1.2, note 3
Part
Order

Subsection 9.1.2, note 3
provision
section

Subsection 9.1.3
provision
subsection

Subparagraph 9.1.3(a)(ii)
ship
vessel

Paragraph 9.1.3(b)
ship
vessel

Paragraph 9.1.3(c)
a surveyor
an inspector

Paragraph 9.1.3(c)
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 9.1.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.1.5
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 9.1.5
provision
subsection

Subsection 9.1.5
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.1.5
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.1.5, note 1
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 9.1.5, note 1
surveyor
inspector

Subsection 9.1.6
9.1.5
subsection 9.1.5

Section 9.1.6
ship
vessel

Paragraph 9.1.6(b)
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 9.1.7
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 9.1.7
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.1.7
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.2.2
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 9.2.3
provision
subsection

Paragraph 9.2.3(b)
a surveyor
an inspector

Paragraph 9.2.3(b)
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 10.1
If
10.1.1      If

Subsection 10.1
ship
vessel

Paragraph 10.1(b)
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 10.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 10.1, note 1
in this provision
mentioned in this subsection

Subsection 10.1, note 1
Marine Orders Part 32 (Cargo Handling Equipment).
Marine Order 32 (Cargo Handling Equipment) 2011.

Subsection 10.2
If
10.2.1      If

Subsection 10.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 10.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 10.3
If
10.3.1      If

Subsection 10.3
board ship
board a vessel

Subsection 10.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 11
A surveyor
An inspector

Section 11
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 11.3
11.2
subsection 11.2

Subsection 11.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 11.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.5
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.5
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 11.6
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.6
provision
subsection

Subsection 11.6
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 12
ship
vessel

Subsection 12.1
operator
owner

Subsection 12.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 12.1, note
provision
section

Subsection 12.2
ship’s operator
vessel’s owner

Subsection 12.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 13
ship
vessel

Subsection 13.1, note
Marine Orders Part 94 (Marine Pollution Prevention —Packaged Harmful Substances)
Marine Order 94 (Marine pollution prevention — packaged harmful substances) 2009

Subsection 13.1, note
provision
subsection

Subsection 13.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 13.2
provision
subsection

Subsection 13.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Appendix 1, heading
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 1, clause 1
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 1, clause 1
ship
vessel

Appendix 1, subclause 3.2
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Appendix 1, subclause 5.1.1, definition of authorized body
survey authority
recognised organisation

Appendix 1, subclause 5.1.1, definitions of national material standards and recognised pressure vessel code
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Appendix 1, subclause 5.2
this Part
this Order

Appendix 1, paragraph 5.2(a)
Marine Orders Part 44 (Safe Containers)
Marine Order 44 (Safe containers) 2002

Appendix 1, paragraph 5.2(b)
Marine Orders Part 32 (Cargo Handling Equipment)
Marine Order 32 (Cargo handling equipment) 2011

Appendix 1, subclause 7.2.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Appendix 1, subclause 7.2.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Appendix 1, subclause 7.2.3
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Appendix 1, subclause 7.2.3, note 3
a surveyor
an inspector

Appendix 1, subclause 7.3
a surveyor
an inspector

Appendix 1, subclause 7.3
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Appendix 1, subclause 8.1
ship
vessel

Appendix 1, paragraph 8.2.2 (b)
a surveyor
an inspector

Appendix 1, subclause 8.3.1
ship
vessel

Schedule 22  Marine Orders Part 42, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 42 (Cargo stowage and securing) 2003.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order gives effect to the following provisions of SOLAS:
(a)   Regulation 22 (Navigation Bridge Visibility) in Chapter V;
(b)   Regulation 2 (Cargo Information) in Chapter VI;
(c)   Regulation 5 (Stowage and Securing) in Chapter VI.
1B       Power
     1B.1     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act allow for the making of regulations to give effect to SOLAS.
     1B.2     Subsection 112(4) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to provide for stowing and carriage in vessels of cargo.
     1B.3     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Navigation Act.
     1B.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act  provides that AMSA may make orders about any matter for or in relation to which provision may be made by regulation.
[2]       Section 2
omit everything before definition of cargo transport unit, insert
2          Definitions
       2.1     In this Order:
approved means:
(a)   for a regulated Australian vessel — approved by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration or a recognised organisation; or
(b)   for a foreign vessel — approved by or for the Administration of the foreign country.
[3]       Section 2, definitions of Chief Marine Surveyor and General Manager
omit
[4]       Section 2, definition of IMDG Code
substitute
IMDG Code means the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
Note 1   International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code is defined in the Navigation Act.
Note 2   For the text of the IMDG Code — see http://www.imo.org.  Information about the IMDG Code is available in a Marine Notice on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[5]       Section 2, definitions of IMO, length, penal provision, SOLAS, survey authority, surveyor and surveyor-in-charge
omit
[6]       Section 2, at the foot
insert
Note 2   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         length
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 3   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         master.
[7]       Subsection 3.2
omit
[8]       Subsection 4.1
substitute
       4.1     This Order applies to:
(a)   the stowing and securing of cargoes in:
             (i)  a regulated Australian vessel; and
            (ii)  a foreign vessel:
(A)    in an Australian port; or
(B)    entering or leaving an Australian port; or
(C)    in the internal waters of Australia; or
(D)    in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage; and
(b)   a cargo unit or cargo transport unit packed or being packed for transport on a vessel mentioned in paragraph (a).
[9]       Sections 5 and 6
substitute
5          Equivalents
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use — see subsection 5.4.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The decision maker may approve use of an equivalent only if:
(a)   he or she is satisfied that use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS.
       5.4     For this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order, the CSS Code or the TDC Code requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, for a vessel, its equipment or cargo as an alternative to a requirement of this Order, the CSS Code or the TDC Code.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   for a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus — fitting or carrying it in or on a vessel; and
(b)   for an arrangement or procedure — making the arrangement or following the procedure.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about equivalents and exemptions:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
5A       Exemptions
    5A.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order, the CSS Code or the TDC Code.
    5A.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
    5A.3     The decision maker may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   requiring compliance with the requirement would be unreasonable or impracticable; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS.
6          Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order, other than a decision under section 5 or 5A, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note    A decision under section 5 or 5A is also a reviewable decision for Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 because it is mentioned in section 16 of that Order.
[10]     After subsection 7.2
insert
       7.3     An offence against subsection 7.2 is a strict liability offence.
       7.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     After section 9
insert
       9.2     An offence against subsection 9.1 is a strict liability offence.
       9.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[12]     After subsection 10.5
insert
  10.5.2     An offence against subsection 10.5.1 is a strict liability offence.
  10.5.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.5.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[13]     After subsection 10.6.1
insert
10.6.1A    An offence against subsection 10.6.1 is a strict liability offence.
10.6.1B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.61.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     After subsection 11.3
insert
     11.4     An offence against subsection 11.3 is a strict liability offence.
     11.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     After subsection 12.1.3
insert
  12.1.4     An offence against subsection 12.1.3 is a strict liability offence.
  12.1.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 12.1.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[16]     Paragraph 13(a)
omit
passenger or crew
[17]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 2.1, definition of cargo unit
ship
vessel

Subsection 2.1, definition of ro-ro space
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.1
Part
Order

Subsection 3.3, including footnote 6
Part
Order

Subsection 3.3
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 4.2
Part
Order

Subsection 7.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.1
surveyor-in-charge
inspector

Paragraph 7.1(a)
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 7.2
7.1
subsection 7.1

Subsection 7.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:  50 penalty units.

Subsection 8.1.1
8.2
subsection 8.2

Subsection 8.1.2
8.1.1
subsection 8.1.1

Subsection 8.1.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.2
ship
vessel

Section 9
A
9.1           A

Section 9
ship
vessel

Section 9
Part
Order

Section 9
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:  50 penalty units.

Section 10
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.4
ships
vessels

Subsection 10.5
A
10.5.1  A

Subsection 10.5
Marine Orders, Part 44 (Safe Containers).
Marine Order 44 (Safe Containers) 2012.

Subsection 10.5
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:  50 penalty units.

Subsection 10.6.1
This is a penal provision
Penalty:  50 penalty units

Subsection 10.6.2
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 10.6.2, footnote 12
10.6.2
subsection 10.6.2

Section 11
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 11.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 12
ship
vessel

Subsection 12.1
Part
Order

Subsection 12.1.1
A surveyor
An inspector

Subsections 12.1.2 and 12.1.3
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 12.1.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 12.1.2
12.1.1
subsection 12.1.1

Subsection 12.1.3
12.1.1
subsections 12.1.1

Subsection 12.1.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 12.2
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Section 13
ship
vessel

Paragraph 13(a)
life-saving
lifesaving

Paragraph 13(b)
crew
seafarer

Section 14
ship
vessel

Paragraph 14.1(b)
(a)
paragraph (a)

Paragraph 14.1(f)
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 14.2
14.1(a)
paragraphs 14.1(a)


[18]     Further amendments — footnotes
footnote
instruction

2
Re-locate as a note at the foot of definition of CSS Code in section 2

5
Re-locate as note 1 at the foot of definition of TDC Code in section 2

6
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 3.3

8
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 8.1.2

9
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 10.2

10
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 10.4

11
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 10.6.1

12
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 10.6.2

13
Re-locate as a note at the foot of section 13

Note   Footnotes not mentioned in this item are omitted as a consequence of the text to which they relate being omitted.
[19]     Further amendments — definitions
                 Each definition in section 2 (other than the definitions of approved and IMDG Code) is amended by:
(a)   omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
Schedule 23  Marine Orders Part 43, issue 6
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 43 (Cargo & cargo handling — livestock) 2006.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order:
(a)   makes provision for the certification of vessels engaged in the carriage of livestock cargoes; and
(b)   specifies requirements concerning the stowage and carriage of such cargoes for the safe operation of vessels.
1B       Power
     1B.1     Section 98 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for safety certificates.
     1B.2     Subsection 112(4) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the carriage on a vessel of cargo and livestock.
     1B.3     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
     1B.4     Paragraph 339(2)(i) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for maintenance, testing, survey and certification of vessels.
     1B.5     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for which provision may be made by regulation.
[2]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
In this Order:
[3]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA and classification society
omit
[4]       Section 2, definitions of General Manager and IMO
substitute
IMDG Code means the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
Note   The IMDG Code as currently in force is available from the IMO — see http://www.imo.org. Information about the IMDG Code as currently in force is available in a Marine Notice on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[5]       Section 2, definitions of Manager, Ship Inspections, MARPOL 73/78, Navigation Act, operator, penal provision, SOLAS and surveyor
omit
[6]       Section 2, at the foot
insert
Note 1  Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         MARPOL
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         foreign vessel
·         inspector
·         owner
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
[7]       Subsection 3.4
omit
[8]       Sections 4 to 6
substitute
4          Application
       4.1     This Order applies to:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel on which it is intended to take on, that is taking on, has on board or is carrying livestock between ports, wherever those ports are located; and
(b)   a foreign vessel on which it is intended to take on, that is taking on, or has on board livestock at any port in Australia or that is carrying livestock to sea from any port in Australia.
       4.2     However, this Order does not apply to a vessel if:
(a)   it arrives at a port in Australia carrying livestock loaded at a port outside Australia; and
(b)   an inspector is satisfied that the provisions of this Order are being substantially complied with for the livestock.
5          Modifications
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for the modification of a requirement of this Order, other than a requirement of subsection 10.5.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may allow a modification only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage; and
(b)   allowing the modification would not contravene SOLAS.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and other matters mentioned in it:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
5A       Equivalents
    5A.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use — see subsection 5A.4.
    5A.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
    5A.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   approving use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS; and
(c)   approving the equivalent would not contravene subsection 10.5.
    5A.5     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
6          Review of decisions
                 A decision under subsections 7.3.1, 21.4, 24.4, 32.2, 34.3.2, 37.9 or 38.1 of this Order is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note   Section 313 of the Navigation Act provides for review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of decisions made under sections 100, 101 and 102 of the Act relating to safety certificates.
[9]       After subsection 7.1.1
insert
7.1.1A     An offence against subsection 7.1.1 is a strict liability offence.
  7.1.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.1.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     After subsection 7.1.2
insert
7.1.2A     An offence against subsection 7.1.2 is a strict liability offence.
  7.1.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.1.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     Subsection 7.2, footnote 6
substitute and move to foot of subsection 7.2
Note 3   For paragraph (h), section 186 of the Navigation Act requires the master of a vessel to report to AMSA if the vessel has been involved in a marine incident that has affected, or is likely to affect, the safety, operation or seaworthiness of the vessel.
[12]     After subsection 7.3.2
insert
7.3.2A     An offence against subsection 7.3.2 is a strict liability offence.
  7.3.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.3.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[13]     After subsection 7.5.1
insert
7.5.1A     An offence against subsection 7.5.1 is a strict liability offence.
  7.5.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.5.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     After subsection 7.5.2
insert
7.5.2A     An offence against subsection 7.5.2 is a strict liability offence.
  7.5.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.5.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     After subsection 7.6.1
insert
7.6.1A     An offence against subsection 7.6.1 is a strict liability offence.
  7.6.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.6.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[16]     After subsection 7.6.2
insert
7.6.2A     An offence against subsection 7.6.2 is a strict liability offence.
  7.6.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.6.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     Section 8, footnote 10
omit
[18]     Subsections 10.1 to 10.3.1
substitute
  10.1.1     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, an Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock is a safety certificate.
  10.1.2     A vessel must have the following surveys:
(a)   a survey for an Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock; and
(c)   within 12 months after the issue of an Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock, and each 12 months after that until the certificate ceases to have effect — an annual survey for endorsement of the vessel’s Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock.
  10.1.3     For sections 103, 104, 106 or 107 of the Navigation Act, a vessel must have an Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock in accordance with Form 1 of Schedule 1.
Note   It is an offence under sections 103, 104, 106 and 107 of the Navigation Act if a vessel is taken to sea without a certificate of a specified kind in force for the vessel.
  10.1.4     An Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock is in effect for 5 years or a lesser time determined by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
Note    The expiry date of the certificate will normally be aligned with the expiry date of the vessel’s Cargo ship safety construction certificate, and the survey for annual endorsement of the Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock should be carried out, as far as practical, at the same time as the survey for the annual endorsement of the Cargo ship safety construction certificate.
  10.1.5     After an Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock ceases to have effect, the vessel must be surveyed again in accordance with subsection 10.1.2.
10.2     Issuing criteria
  10.2.1     For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of an Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock are that:
(a)   the information mentioned in Schedule 2 is given in writing to the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration; and
(b)   the information mentioned in Schedule 2A is given in writing to the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration; and
(c)   the survey for the Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock shows that the vessel complies with this Order; and
(d)   the livestock fittings, livestock equipment and arrangements for the carriage of livestock of the vessel:
             (i)  comply with this Order for the species sought to be carried; or
            (ii)  are of a standard that is at least equivalent to those required by this Order; or
           (iii)  if the ship carried livestock from Australia before 1 July 1983 — are of a standard substantially in compliance with this Order; and
(e)   the ship complies with, or, if it was constructed or converted for the carriage of livestock before 1 July 2000, substantially complies with, the bridge visibility requirements of Regulation 22 of Chapter V of SOLAS; and
(f)    issue of the certificate is not prohibited by subsection 10.5.
  10.2.2     The information mentioned in paragraphs 10.2.1(a) and (b) must be in English or accompanied by an English translation.
  10.2.3     A copy of the information mentioned in paragraphs 10.2.1(a) and (b) must be kept on the vessel.
Variation criteria
  10.3.1     For section 101 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the variation of an Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock are that:
(a)   a written application for a variation of the certificate is made to the issuing body, specifying the nature of variation sought; and
(b)   the vessel complies with the survey requirements that apply to it; and
(c)   the vessel undergoes any additional surveys required by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration; and
(d)   the vessel complies with any conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
Revocation criteria
10.3.1A    For section 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of an Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock are that:
(a)   a safety certificate required by the vessel under Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 becomes invalid; or
(b)   a survey for endorsement of the Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock has not been satisfactorily completed within 3 months after its anniversary date; or
(c)   a requirement of paragraph 10.2.1(d), (e) or (f) is no longer met for the vessel; or
(d)   the arrangements for the carriage of livestock are substantially changed as set out in subsection 10.6.3; or
(e)   the arrangements for the carriage of livestock are modified as set out in subsection 10.6.4 and the modifications do not comply with the requirements of this Order for the construction of livestock structures and pens; or
(f)    the person with overall general control and management of the vessel changes; or
(g)   after 30 November 2011 — the vessel does not meet the requirements of SOLAS that apply to a vessel constructed after 31 August 1984.
Note   For paragraph 10.3.1A(f), the person with overall general control and management of the vessel is the person identified as operator in the Document of Compliance issued under the ISM Code.
[19]     Subsections 10.6.1 and 10.6.2
omit
[20]     After subsection 10.6.5
insert
10.6.5A    An offence against subsection 10.6.5 is a strict liability offence.
10.6.5B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.6.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[21]     Subsection 10.7
omit
[22]     After subsection 10.8
insert
  10.8A     An offence against subsection 10.8 is a strict liability offence.
   10.8B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.8.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[23]     After subsection 10.9
insert
  10.9A     An offence against subsection 10.9 is a strict liability offence.
   10.9B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.9.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[24]     After subsection 10.10
insert
10.10A     An offence against subsection 10.10 is a strict liability offence.
10.10B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.10.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[25]     After subsection 10.11
insert
10.11A     An offence against subsection 10.11 is a strict liability offence.
10.11B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.11.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[26]     After subsection 11.1
insert
  11.1A     An offence against subsection 11.1 is a strict liability offence.
   11.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[27]     After subsection 11.2
insert
  11.2A     An offence against subsection 11.2 is a strict liability offence.
   11.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[28]     After subsection 13.3
insert
  13.3A     An offence against subsection 13.3 is a strict liability offence.
   13.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 13.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[29]     After subsection 14.3.3
insert
14.3.3A    An offence against subsection 14.3.3 is a strict liability offence.
14.3.3B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 14.3.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[30]     After subsection 15.5
insert
  15.5A     An offence against subsection 15.5 is a strict liability offence.
   15.5B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 15.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[31]     After subsection 29.8.2
insert
29.8.2A    An offence against subsection 29.8.2 is a strict liability offence.
29.8.2B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 29.8.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[32]     After subsection 35.5.3
insert
35.5.3A    An offence against subsection 35.5.3 is a strict liability offence.
35.5.3B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 35.5.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[33]     After subsection 35.7
insert
  35.7A     An offence against subsection 35.7 is a strict liability offence.
   35.7B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 35.7.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[34]     After subsection 36.1
insert
  36.1A     An offence against subsection 36.1 is a strict liability offence.
   36.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 36.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[35]     After subsection 36.2
insert
  36.2A     An offence against subsection 36.2 is a strict liability offence.
   36.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 36.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[36]     After subsection 37.1
insert
  37.1A     An offence against subsection 37.1 is a strict liability offence.
   37.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 37.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[37]     After subsection 37.4
insert
  37.4A     An offence against subsection 37.4 is a strict liability offence.
   37.4B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 37.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[38]     After subsection 37.7
insert
  37.7A     An offence against subsection 37.7 is a strict liability offence.
   37.7B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 37.7.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[39]     After subsection 37.10
insert
37.10A     An offence against subsection 37.10 is a strict liability offence.
37.10B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 37.10.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[40]     After subsection 38.2
insert
  38.2A     An offence against subsection 38.2 is a strict liability offence.
   38.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 38.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[41]     Appendix 1, forms 1 and 4
omit
Name and address of operator
insert
Name and address of person with overall general control and management of the vessel
Note    This is the person identified as operator in the Document of Compliance issued under the ISM Code.
[42]     After Appendix 2
insert
Schedule 2A Australian certificate for the carriage of livestock
Additional information to be provided by applicants
              Three copies of each of the following documents must be submitted:
(a)   scale drawings that provide details of:
             (i)  the design, materials, methods of construction and arrangement of fittings for the containment and movement of the livestock;
            (ii)  ventilation arrangements, including current test measurements, together with the gross volume of enclosed spaces;
           (iii)  lighting;
           (iv)  the provisions for storage and distribution of fodder and water;
            (v)  drainage arrangements;
           (vi)  arrangements of main and secondary supplies of power;
          (vii)  the provision of fire-fighting appliances;
         (viii)  the general arrangement of the vessel, both before and after modification to carry livestock, if a converted vessel; and
           (ix)  the structural fire protection plan of the vessel, both before and after modification to carry livestock, if a converted vessel;
(b)   stability data for the vessel with livestock on board;
(c)   a documented maintenance program related to:
             (i)  the livestock containment structure (including accessways, ramps between decks and vessel/shore livestock accesses);
            (ii)  ventilation, lighting and drainage arrangements for the livestock areas of the vessel, including main and secondary sources of power;
           (iii)  the arrangements for storage and distribution of fodder and water;
           (iv)  the making of potable water on board (if this is required to provide for the necessary quantity of water to supply the livestock); and
            (v)  the fire-fighting appliances in the livestock areas of the vessel; and
(d)   a Record of Equipment and Arrangements in accordance with Form 2 of Appendix 1.
Note 1   An electronic copy of documentation may be accepted by prior arrangement with AMSA.
Note 2   For paragraph (c), a documented maintenance program may be incorporated into the vessel’s Safety Management System. If it is, the operator should provide a document that details where and how each of the listed requirements has been addressed in the Safety Management System.
[43]     Further amendments — definitions
                 Each definition in section 2, other than the definition of IMDG Code, is amended by:
(a)   omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
[44]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 2, definition of approved
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 2, definition of ISM Code
Marine Orders, Part 58
Marine Order 58 (International Safety Management Code) 2002

Section 2, definition of uppermost continuous deck
ship
vessel

Section 2, definition of uppermost continuous deck
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 3
Part
Order

Section 3
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.3
provisions
sections

Section 7
ship
vessel

Section 7
Part
Order

Section 7
This is a penal provision
Penalty: 50 penalty units

Subsection 7.1.1
7.1.3
subsection 7.1.3

Subsection 7.1.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 7.1.1
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 7.1.2
7.1.3
subsection 7.1.3

Subsection 7.1.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 7.1.2
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 7.1.3
Provisions
Subsections

Paragraph 7.1.3
a surveyor
an inspector

Paragraph 7.1.3(c)
7.2
subsection 7.2

Subsection 7.1.4
7.1.3
subsection 7.1.3

Subsection 7.2
7.1
subsection 7.1

Subsection 7.2, footnote 4
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 7.2, footnote 4
footnote 5
note 2

Subsection 7.2, footnote 5
7.2
subsection 7.2

Subsection 7.2, footnote 5
items
paragraphs

Subsection 7.2, footnote 5
item
paragraph

Subsection 7.3.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 7.3.1
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 7.3.2
a surveyor’s
an inspector’s

Subsection 7.3.2
7.3.1
subsection 7.3.1

Subsection 7.4.1
A surveyor
An inspector

Subsection 7.4.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 7.6.1
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 8
ship
vessel

Section 8
Part
Order

Subsection 8.3
8.4
subsection 8.4

Subsection 8.4
provisions
subsections

Section 9
ship
vessel

Section 9
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 9
classification society
recognised organisation

Section 10, heading
Operator
Owner

Section 10
Certificate for the Carriage of Livestock
certificate for the carriage of livestock

Section 10
operator
owner

Section 10
ship
vessel

Section 10
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 10
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 10
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 10.3.2
Appendix
Schedule

Subsection 10.4.2
Part
Order

Subsection 10.4.2
10.5
subsection10.5

Paragraph 10.5.1 (a)
classification society
recognised organisation

Subparagraph 10.5.1(c)(i)
ships
vessels

Subparagraph 10.5.1(c)(i)
the Safety Convention
SOLAS

Subparagraph 10.5.1(c)(ii)
10.5.2
subsection 10.5.2

Subparagraph 10.5.1(c)(ii)
10.3
subsection 10.3

Subsection 10.5.2
provision
subparagraph

Subsection 10.5.2
10.5.1(c)(i)
subparagraph 10.5.1(c)(i)

Subsection 10.6.3
10.6.2(e)
paragraph 10.3.1A(d)

Subsection 10.6.4
10.6.2(f)
paragraph 10.3.1A(e)

Subsection 10.6.4, footnote 18
Part
Order

Subsection 10.6.5
in respect of
for

Subsection 10.6.5
become invalid
been revoked

Subsection 10.9
a surveyor
an inspector

Paragraph 10.11(d)
classification society
recognised organisation

Section 11
ship
vessel

Section 11
Appendix
Schedule

Section 11
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 11.1, footnote 19
Annex
The IMO Code on Intact Stability is contained in Annex

Subsection 11.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 11.2
the surveyor
the inspector

Section 12
ship
vessel

Section 12
Appendix
Schedule

Section 12
operator
owner

Section 12
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Paragraph 12.2(b)
6.8
subsection 6.8

Section 13
ship
vessel

Section 13
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 13.6
13
section 13

Subsection 13.6, footnote 22
13
section 13

Subsection 13.8
13.4
subsection 13.4

Section 13, footnote 22
the purposes of 13
this section

Section 14
ship
vessel

Subsection 14.3.1
14.3.2
subsection 14.3.2

Subsection 14.3.3
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 14.3.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 15
ship
vessel

Section 15
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 15
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 15.5
15
section 15

Subsection 15.5
Part
Order

Section 16
ship
vessel

Section 16
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 16
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 16.1, footnote 24
provisions 22.3 for sheep and
subsection 22.3 for sheep and subsection

Section 17
ship
vessel

Section 18
ship
vessel

Section 19
ship
vessel

Section 19
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 19
Appendix
Schedule

Section 19, footnote 27
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 20.1.1
20.1.2
subsection 20.1.2

Subsection 20.1.1, Table 3
22.4
subsection 22.4

Subsection 20.2, footnote 28
7.6.2
subsection 7.6.2

Subsection 20.2, footnote 28
Appendix
Schedule

Subsection 20.4
provision
subsection

Subsection 20.4
ship
vessel

Section 21
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 21
ship
vessel

Section 21
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 21.1
21.4
subsection 21.4

Subsection 21.2
21.1
subsection 21.1

Subsection 21.3.1
21.4
subsection 21.4

Subsection 21.3.2
21.1
subsections 21.1

Subsection 21.4
21.1
subsections 21.1

Subsection 21.4
classification society
recognised organisation

Subsection 21.5
21.1
subsections 21.1

Subsection 22.6
3.2.1
subsection 3.2.1

Subsection 22.6
Appendix
Schedule

Section 23
ship
vessel

Subsection 23.1
23.2
subsection 23.2

Subsection 23.1, Table 5
Provision
section

Subsection 23.1, Table 5, footnote 33
Refer also to 3 of Appendix 4
For provision of a mechanical ventilation system, refer also to clause 3 of Schedule 4

Subsection 23.1, Table 5, footnote 34
Where such a
If pens are on one side only of the passageway and the

Subsection 23.1, Table 5, footnote 34
provision
subsection

Subsection 23.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 23.3.1
23.3.2
subsection 23.3.2

Subsection 23.5
provision
subsection

Subsection 23.7
provision
paragraph

Section 24
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 24
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 24
ship
vessel

Subsection 24.1
24.4
subsection 24.4

Subsection 24.1, footnote 35
provision 24.1
this subsection

Subsection 24.2
24.1
subsection 24.1

Subsection 24.3.1
24.4
subsection 24.4

Subsection 24.3.2
24.1
subsections 24.1

Subsection 24.4
24.1
subsections 24.1

Subsection 24.4
the survey authority
AMSA

Subsection 24.4
classification society
recognised organisation

Subsection 24.5
24.1
subsection 24.1

Subsection 24.6
provision
subsection

Subsection 25.4
provision
section

Subsection 25.5, footnote 36
3.2.1 of Appendix
subclause 3.2.1 of Schedule

Section 26, footnote 37
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 26, footnote 37
provision
section

Subsection 27.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 27.2.1
provision
section

Subsection 27.2.2, footnote 38
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 27.2.2, footnote 38
provision
subsection

Subsection 27.3
provision
subsection

Subsection 27.3
ship
vessel

Section 28, footnote 39
28.1
subsection 28.1

Subsection 28.2
provision
section

Subsection 29.5
provision
section

Subsection 29.5
29.6
subsection 29.6

Subsection 29.8.2
29.8.1
subsection 29.8.1

Subsection 29.8.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 30.1
30.2
subsections 30.2

Subsection 30.1
provisions
sections

Subsection 30.3, footnote 42
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 30.3, footnote 42
ship
vessel

Subsection 30.3, footnote 42
provision
subsection

Section 31
provisions
sections

Subsection 32.1
Part
Order

Subsection 32.2
provision
subsection

Subsection 32.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 33.3
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 33.4.2
33.4.1
subsection 33.4.1

Subsection 33.6
provision
section

Section 34, footnote 43
Part
Order

Section 34, footnote 43
Marine Orders Parts 32 and 44
Marine Order 32 (Cargo handling equipment) 2011 and Marine Order 44 (Safe containers) 2002

Subsection 34.1
Part
Order

Subsection 34.1
provision
subsection

Subsection 34.3.1, footnote 45
Suitable
For paragraph (b), suitable

Subsection 34.3.2
34.3.1
subsection 34.3.1

Subsection 34.3.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Section 35
ship
vessel

Section 35
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 35.1
Provisions
Sections

Subsection 35.2.1
Provisions
Sections

Subsection 35.3
34.3.1
subsections 34.3.1

Subsection 35.3
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 35.7
provision
subsection

Section 36
ship
vessel

Section 36
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 37
provision 37
section 37

Section 37
ship
vessel

Section 37
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Section 37
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 37
a surveyor
an inspector

Section 37
owner, operator
owner

Section 37
A surveyor
An inspector

Section 37
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 37.2
37.1
subsection 37.1

Subsection 37.4
37.3
subsection 37.3

Subsection 37.5
37.2
subsection 37.2

Subsection 37.7
37.6
subsection 37.6

Subsection 37.8
37.2
subsection 37.2

Subsection 37.8
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 37.9
37.2
subsection 37.2

Subsection 37.10
37.9
subsection 37.9

Subsection 37.11
provision
subsection

Subsection 37.11
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 37.12
provision
subsection

Subsection 38.1
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 38.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 38.1
Part
Order

Subsection 38.1
operator
owner

Subsection 38.2
38.1
subsection 38.1

Subsection 38.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 39.1
Marine Orders, Part 43, Issue 5
Issue 5 of Marine Order 43 (Cargo and cargo handling —livestock) 2006

Subsection 39.1
this Part
this Order

Section 39, Table 8
40.2
subsection 40.2

Section 39, Table 8
37.2
subsection 37.2

Section 39, Table 8
41.1
subsection 41.1

Section 39, Table 8
38.1
subsection 38.1

Appendix 1, heading
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 1
ship
vessel

Appendix 1, form 1, para 3
5.1
subsection 5A.1

Appendix 1, forms 1, 3, 4 and 5
Marine Orders Part 43
Marine Order 43 (Cargo and cargo handling — livestock) 2006

Appendix 1, form 2
provision 13
section 13

Appendix1, form 2
Ship’s
Vessel’s

Appendix 1, form 3
5.1
subsection 5.1

Appendix 1, form 4
10.3
subsection 10.3

Appendix 1, form 4
Surveyor
Inspector

Appendix 1, forms 4 and 5
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Appendix 1, form 5
Provision 19
Section 19

Appendix 2, heading
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 2
ship
vessel

Appendix 2
Classification Society
Recognised organisation

Appendix 2
Marine Orders Part 43
Marine Order 43 (Cargo and cargo handling — livestock) 2006

Appendix 2
Name and address of operator of the ship or, if the operator
Name and address of owner of the vessel or, if the owner

Appendix 3, heading
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 3
ships
vessels

Appendix 3
ship
vessel

Appendix 3
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix 3
Ship
Vessel

Appendix 4, heading
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 4
ship
vessel

Appendix 4
operator
owner

Appendix 4
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Appendix 4
ships
vessels

Appendix 4
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix 4, clause 1
Provision
Section

Appendix 4, clause 1
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 4, clause 1
provisions 13
sections 13

Appendix 4, clause 1
provisions 2.2.3
subsections 2.2.3

Appendix 4, clause 1
Marine Orders Part 43
Marine Order 43 (Cargo and cargo handling — livestock) 2006

Appendix 4, clause 2
classification society
recognised organisation

Appendix 4, clause 2, footnote 53
The
For paragraph (b) the

Appendix 4, clause 2, footnote 53
SOLAS II-1/43.1.1
paragraph 1.1 of Regulation 43 of Chapter II-1 of SOLAS

Appendix 4, clause 2, footnote 53
SOLAS II-1/43.1.4
paragraph 1.4 of Regulation 43 of Chapter II-1 of SOLAS

Appendix 4, clause 2, footnote 53
SOLAS II-1/43.2
paragraph 2 of Regulation 43 of Chapter II-1 of SOLAS

Appendix 4, subclause 3.1.2
3.1.1
subclause 3.1.1

Appendix 4, subclause 3.2.2
3.2.1
subclause 3.2.1

Appendix 4, subclause 3.2.2
3.1.1
subclause 3.1.1

Appendix 4, subclause 3.2.3
3.2.2
subclause 3.2.2

Appendix 4, subclause 3.2.3
3.2.1
subclause 3.2.1

Appendix 4, subclause 3.6, footnote 58
Part
Order

Appendix 4, subclause 3.6, footnote 58
3.6
subclause 3.6

Appendix 4, subclause 4.6
4.2
subclause 4.2

Appendix 4, subclause 6.1
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 4, subclause 6.1
6.6
subclause 6.6

Appendix 4, subclauses 6.7 and 6.8
6.6
subclause 6.6

Appendix 4, subclause 7.6.1
7.5.1
subclause 7.5.1

Appendix 4, subclause 7.7
Part
Order

Appendix 4, subclause 7.10
Part
Order

[45]     Further amendments — footnotes
footnote
move to the foot of
rename as

4
subsection 7.2
Note 1

5
subsection 7.2
Note 2

7
subsection 7.3.1
Note

8
subsection 7.5
Note

9
subsection 8.2
Note

15
subsection 10.4.2
Note

16
subsection 10.5.1
Note

18
subsection 10.6.4
Note

19
subsection 11.1B
Note

20
subsection 12.2
Note

21
subsection 13.1
Note

22
subsection 13.6
Note

23
subsection 14.3.1
Note

24
subsection 16.1
Note

25
subsection 16.2
Note

26
subsection 17.1
Note

27
section 19
Note

28
subsection 20.2
Note

29
subsection 21.1
Note

30
subsection 22.1
Note

31
subsection 22.4
Note

32
subsection 22.6
Note

33
subsection 23.1, Table 5
Note 1

34
subsection 23.1, Table 5
Note 2

35
subsection 24.1
Note

36
subsection 25.5
Note

37
section 26
Note

38
subsection 27.2.2
Note

39
subsection 28.1
Note

40
subsection 29.3
Note

41
subsection 29.6.2
Note

42
subsection 30.3
Note

43
subsection 34.1
Note

44
subsection 34.2
Note

45
subsection 34.3.1
Note

46
subsection 35.2.2
Note

47
subsection 35.5.3B
Note

48
subsection 35.6.5
Note

49
subsection 35.7B
Note

50
subsection 37.1
Note

51
subclause 1.3.1 of Appendix 3
Note

52
subclause 1.4 of Appendix 3
Note

53
subclause 2.2 of Appendix 4
Note

54
subclause 3.3 of Appendix 4
Note

55
subclause 3.4 of Appendix 4
Note

56
subclause 3.5 of Appendix 4
Note

57
subclause 3.6 of Appendix 4
Note 1

58
subclause 3.6 of Appendix 4
Note 2

59
subclause 4.3 of Appendix 4
Note

60
subclause 6.5 of Appendix 4
Note

61
subclause 6.6 of Appendix 4
Note

62
subclause 7.1 of Appendix 4
Note

63
subclause 7.5.1 of Appendix 4
Note 1

64
subclause 7.5.1 of Appendix 4
Note 2

65
subclause 7.9 of Appendix 4
Note

Schedule 24  Marine Orders Part 44, issue 5
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1
substitute
1          Purpose
                 This Order gives effect to the Container Convention.
1B       Power
     1B.1     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed, for carrying out or giving effect to the Navigation Act.
     1B.2     Paragraph 340(1)(f) of the Navigation Act provides for the regulations to give effect to the Container Convention.
     1B.3     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides for the making of orders for matters that can be made by the regulations.
[2]       Section 2, definition of authorised organisation, note
substitute
Note   A recognised organisation may be an authorised organisation.
[3]       Section 2, definitions of dangerous goods, surveyor and the Container Convention
omit
[4]       Section 2, note at the foot
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1(Administration) 2011, including:
•                     Navigation Act
•                     Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
•                     General Manager, Ship Safety Division.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
•                     AMSA
•                     Container Convention
•                     dangerous goods
•                     inspector
•                     seafarer.
[5]       Subsection 6.2
omit
[6]       After subsection 9.2.1
insert
9.2.1A     An offence against subsection 9.2.1 is a strict liability offence.
  9.2.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.2.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[7]       After subsection 9.2.3
insert
9.2.3A     An offence against subsection 9.2.3 is a strict liability offence.
  9.2.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.2.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[8]       After subsection 9.3.1
insert
9.3.1A     An offence against subsection 9.3.1 is a strict liability offence.
  9.3.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.3.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       After subsection 9.3.2
insert
9.3.2A     An offence against subsection 9.3.2 is a strict liability offence.
  9.3.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.3.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     After subsection 9.3.4
insert
9.3.4A     An offence against subsection 9.3.4 is a strict liability offence.
  9.3.4B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.3.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     After subsection 9.3.5
insert
9.3.5A     An offence against subsection 9.3.5 is a strict liability offence.
  9.3.5B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.3.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[12]     After subsection 10.2.1
insert
10.2.1A    An offence against subsection 10.2.1 is a strict liability offence.
10.2.1B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.2.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[13]     After subsection 10.3.2
insert
  10.3.3     An offence against subsection 10.3.2 is a strict liability offence.
  10.3.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.3.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     After subsection 10.4
insert
  10.4A     An offence against subsection 10.4 is a strict liability offence.
   10.4B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     After subsection 10.5
insert
  10.5A     An offence against subsection 10.5 is a strict liability offence.
   10.5B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[16]     After subsection 10.6
insert
  10.6A     An offence against subsection 10.6 is a strict liability offence.
   10.6B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.6.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1A
44, issue 5
44 (Safe containers) 2006

Section 2, definition of cargo
cargo
container cargo

Section 2, definitions of international sea transport, inter-State sea transport, and loaded on to a ship
ship
vessel

Section 2, definition of maximum operating gross mass
cargo
container cargo

Section 2, definition of unloaded from a ship
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.1
surveyor
inspector

Subsection 4.4
ship
vessel

Section 6
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 6.1
Maritime Operations
Ship Safety

Subsection 9.2.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.2.2
9.2.1
subsection 9.2.1

Subsections 9.2.3 and 9.3.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Subsections 9.3.1 and 9.3.2
9.3.3
subsection 9.3.3

Subsection 9.3.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.3.3
authorised
recognised

Subsection 9.3.4
9.3.2
subsection 9.3.2

Subsection 9.3.4
9.2.2
subsection 9.2.2

Subsections 9.3.4 and 9.3.5
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.3.6
9.3.3
subsection 9.3.3

Subsection 10.1.2
10
this section

Subsection 10.2.1
10.3
subsection 10.3

Subsections 10.2.1 and 10.2.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.2.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Subsection 10.2.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 10.2.2
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsections 10.2.2 and 10.2.3
10.2.1(e)
paragraph 10.2.1(e)

Subsection 10.2.3
10.2.2
subsection 10.2.2

Subsection 10.3, heading
Surveyor
Inspector

Subsection 10.3.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 10.3.1
10.2.1
subsection 10.2.1

Subsection 10.3.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.3.1
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 10.3.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 10.3.2
10.3.1
subsection 10.3.1

Subsections 10.3.2, 10.4 and 10.5
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Paragraph 10.5(c)
8.6.1
subsection 8.6.1

Subsection 10.6
This is a penal provision.
Penalty: 50 penalty units.

Subsection 10.8
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, subclause 2.2
9.3.6
subsection 9.3.6

Schedule 2, clauses 5 and 7
6
clause 6
 

Schedule 2, clause 6
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, clause 7
5
clause 5
 

Schedule 25  Marine Orders Part 47, issue 3
(section 3)
[1]       Paragraphs 4 (a), (b) and (c)
substitute
 (a)  makes provision about MODUs as a particular kind of vessel; and
(b)   for paragraphs 339(2)(a) and (b) of the Navigation Act — specifies requirements with which the design, construction, machinery and equipment of a MODU must comply; and
(c)   for paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act — generally provides for the safe navigation and operation of MODUs as required under regulation 34 of Chapters V and IX of SOLAS.
[2]       Subsections 5.1 and 5.2
substitute
       5.1     Subsection 339(2) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision in relation to:
(a)   design and construction of vessels; and
(b)   machinery and equipment to be carried on vessels; and
(c)   survey of vessels.
       5.2     Subsection 341(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the imposition of penalties and civil penalties for a contravention of the regulations or a notice, order, direction or instruction given, issued or made under, or in force because of, the regulations.
[3]       Section 6, definitions of 2009 MODU Code
substitute
2009 MODU Code means the Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units, 2009 adopted by IMO Resolution A.1023 (26) and its corrigendum (Corr.1), as in force from time to time.
Note   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends this Code is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[4]       Section 6, definition of operator
omit
[5]       Section 6, after definition of person in charge
insert
registered, for a MODU, means registered under the Shipping Registration Act 1981.
[6]       Section 6, definitions of STCW Code, STCW Convention and surveyor
substitute
surveyor means a person authorised by a recognised organisation to survey a MODU.
[7]       Section 6, before the note
insert
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         recognised organisation.
[8]       Section 6, note
omit
·                AMSA
[9]       Section 6, note
omit
·                penal provision
[10]     Section 6, note
re-number as note 2.
[11]     Paragraphs 9(a) and (b), including note
substitute
(a)   a MODU that is registered or required to be registered in Australia; and
(b)   a MODU that is a foreign vessel used or intended for use in any operations or activities associated with or incidental to exploring the natural resources of all or any of the following:
             (i)  the continental shelf of Australia;
            (ii)  the coastal sea of Australia.
Note 1   Coastal sea includes the seabed and subsoil — see definition of coastal sea in s 14 of the Navigation Act.
Note 2    A MODU built before 1 July 1986 that is unable to comply with a provision of this Order may be exempted from compliance with requirements of this Order under section 10.
[12]     After section 13
insert
     13.2     An offence against subsection 13.1 is a strict liability offence.
     13.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 13.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[13]     After section 14
insert
     14.2     An offence against subsection 14.1 is a strict liability offence.
     14.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 14.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     After section 15.4
insert
     15.5     An offence against subsection 15.1, 15.2, 15.3 or 15.4 is a strict liability offence.
     15.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 15.1, 15.2, 15.3 or 15.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     After subsection 16.1
insert
  16.1A     An offence against subsection 16.1 is a strict liability offence.
   16.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 16.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[16]     After section 17.1
insert
  17.1A     An offence against subsection 17.1 is a strict liability offence.
   17.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 17.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     After section 18.6
insert
     18.7     An offence against subsections 18.1 to 18.6 is a strict liability offence.
     18.8     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsections 18.1 to 18.6.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[18]     After section 19
insert
     19.2     An offence against subsection 19.1 is a strict liability offence.
     19.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 19.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[19]     After section 20.6
insert
     20.7     An offence against subsection 20.3, 20.5 or 20.6 is a strict liability offence.
     20.8     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 20.3, 20.5 or 20.6.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[20]     After section 21.5
insert
     21.6     An offence against subsections 21.1 to 21.4 is a strict liability offence.
     21.7     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsections 21.1 to 21.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[21]     After section 22
insert
     22.2     An offence against subsection 22.1 is a strict liability offence.
     22.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 22.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[22]     After section 25
insert
     25.2     An offence against subsection 25.1 is a strict liability offence.
     25.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 25.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[23]     After section 26
insert
     26.2     An offence against subsection 26.1 is a strict liability offence.
     26.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 26.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[24]     After subsection 27.1
insert
  27.1A     An offence against subsection 27.1 is a strict liability offence.
   27.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 27.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[25]     After subsection 27.2
insert
  27.2A     An offence against subsection 27.2 is a strict liability offence.
   27.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 27.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[26]     Subsection 27.3
substitute
     27.3     If, other than in the production operations of the MODU, the safety of a MODU or a person on board a MODU is endangered by the occurrence of a marine incident or a defect, the master must report the marine incident or defect as follows:
(a)   within 4 hours after the incident or defect happens — using the approved form for initial reporting of an incident; and
(b)   within 72 hours after the incident or defect happens — using the approved form for detailed reporting of the incident.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
  27.3A     An offence against subsection 27.3 is a strict liability offence.
   27.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 27.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
Note 1   Approved form and marine incident are defined in subsection 14(1) of the Navigation Act.
Note 2    For other requirements to report a marine incident — see section 186 of the Navigation Act.  It is an offence not to report a marine incident in accordance with that section.
[27]     Subsection 27.4
substitute
     27.4     The person in charge of a MODU for which a valid MODU certificate is held must inform AMSA, and each issuing body that has issued a safety certificate that is in force for the MODU, in accordance with subsection 27.4A if:
(a)   the MODU becomes less efficient or seaworthy than it was when the certificate was issued; and
(b)   the lesser efficiency or seaworthiness is the result of any alteration or damage to:
             (i)  the MODU; or
            (ii)  any fitting, material, appliance or apparatus of the MODU.
     27.5     For subsection 27.4, AMSA and each issuing body must be informed in the same way and within the same period that AMSA and an issuing body must be informed of an alteration mentioned in section 105 of the Navigation Act.
Note    For the reporting form — see section 6 of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006.
     27.6     For paragraph 105(1)(c) of the Navigation Act (which is about informing AMSA and an issuing body of alterations that affect a vessel’s safety certificates), the prescribed period is 7 days after the alteration is made.
[28]     Paragraphs 29(a) and (b)
substitute
(a)   an application has been made under section 99 of the Navigation Act for a safety certificate for a MODU; and
(b)   a current survey states that the MODU complies with:
             (i)  the code mentioned in the table for the certificate; and
            (ii)  Schedule 2; and
(c)   the MODU satisfies any other requirements for a MODU certificate to be issued, reissued or endorsed; and
(d)   any other certificates required for the MODU are valid.
[29]     After subsection 33 (2)
insert
     33.3     An offence against subsection 33.1 or 33.2 is a strict liability offence.
     33.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 33.1 or 33.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[30]     Division 4, heading
substitute
Division 4     MODUs that are foreign vessels
[31]     Section 34, heading
substitute
34        Control of MODUs that are foreign vessels
[32]     Schedule 1, clause 1, definition of special personnel
omit
[33]     Schedule 2, before subclause 14.1
insert
            Definition of special MODU personnel
14.1A  In this clause:
special MODU personnel means a person who:
(a)   is not the master, the person in charge or a seafarer; and
(b)   is on board a MODU in connection with the purpose of the MODU or a related purpose; and
(c)   has been given safety instruction at least to the level mentioned in subclause 14.11.
[34]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1
47, issue 3.
47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012.

Subsection 5.5
425(1)
339(1)

Subsection 5.6
425A(1AA)
342(1)

Section 6, definition of person in charge
operator
owner

Section 6, definition of safety management system
operator
owner

Section 6, definition of safety management system
operator’s
owner’s

Section 6, note
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Section 6, note
·         survey authority.
·      recognised organisation.

Paragraph 7.1(b)
operator
owner

Subsection 10.1
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Paragraph 10.3(b)
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 11.1
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Paragraph 11.3(b)
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 11.4, note
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 12.1, note
registered
registered or required to be registered

Section 13
The operator
13.1  The owner

Sections 13 and 14
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units

Section 14
The person
14.1  The person

Section 15
operator
owner

Subsections 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 16.1, 17.1, 18.1, 18.2, 18.3, 18.4, 18.5 and 18.6
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units

Subsections 16.1,17.1 and 18.1
operator
owner

Paragraph 18.1(a)
registered
registered or required to be registered

Section 19
The operator
19.1  The owner

Section 19
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units

Section 19, note
registered
registered or required to be registered

Section 20
operator
owner

Subsection 20.3
a surveyor
an inspector or a surveyor

Subsections 20.3, 20.5, 20.6, 21.1, 21.2, 21.3 and 21.4
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units

Paragraphs 20.5(c) and 20.6(c)
operator’s
owner’s

Subparagraph 21.3(b)(i)
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subparagraph 21.3(b)(v)
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 21.5, note
equipment).
equipment) 2011.

Section 22
The person
22.1  The person

Section 22
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units

Section 22, note
registered
registered or required to be registered

Division 3, heading
registered
registered or required to be registered

Section 23, heading
registered
registered or required to be registered

Section 23
registered
registered or required to be registered

Section 24
operator
owner

Section 25, heading
operator’s
owner’s

Section 25
The operator
25.1  The owner

Sections 25 and 26
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units

Section 26
The person
26.1  The person

Subsection 27.1
operator
owner

Subsections 27.1 and 27.2
a surveyor
an inspector or a surveyor

Subsections 27.1 and 27.2
the surveyor
the inspector or surveyor

Subsections 27.1 and 27.2
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units

Section 28
operator
owner

Subdivision 3.3, note at foot of heading
certification).
certification) 2006.

Section 29
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 30, heading
Cancellation
Revocation

Subsection 30.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 30.1
cancel
revoke

Subparagraphs 31.1(b)(ii) and (iv)
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 31.2
certification).
certification) 2006.

Section 32
surveyor
inspector or surveyor

Section 33
This is a penal provision
Penalty:   50 penalty units

Subsection 33 (1)
(1)
33.1

Subsection 33 (1)
operator
owner

Subsection 33 (2)
(2)
33.2

Sections 35 and 36
Marine Orders, Part 47
this Order

Schedule 1, clauses 3.2 and 3.5
operator
owner

Schedule 1, subparagraph 3.2(c)(i)
Marine Orders Part 3 (Seagoing qualifications); or
Marine Order 3 (Seagoing qualifications) 2004; or

Schedule 1, clause 3.5
as part of its crew at least 1 person
at least 1 seafarer

Schedule 2, heading
registered
registered or required to be registered

Schedule 2, paragraph 3.4(a)
survey authority
recognised organisation

Schedule 2, clause 10
Orders Part 10 (Medical first aid on ships)
Order 11 (Living and working conditions on vessels) 2013

Schedule 2, clause 11, note
Orders Part 16 (Load Lines).
Order 16 (Load lines) 2004.

Schedule 2, subclause 13.1, note 1
Orders Part 12 (Construction —subdivision and stability, machinery and electrical installations).
Order 12 (Construction —subdivision and stability, machinery and electrical installations) 2009.

Schedule 2, subclause 13.7
operator’s
owner’s

Schedule 2, subclause 14.2
member of the crew
seafarer

Schedule 2, subclauses 14.2 and 14.8
special
special MODU

Schedule 2, subclause 14.4
operating crew
seafarers

Schedule 2, paragraph 14.11(d)
ship
vessel

Schedule 26  Marine Orders Part 49, issue 5
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 49 (High-speed craft) 2009.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order gives effect to Chapter X of SOLAS, which deals with high-speed craft.
1B       Power
     1B.1     Subsection 98(3) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations for vessels included in a particular class may provide for safety certificates relating to the following matters:
(a)   survey;
(b)   construction;
(c)   machinery and equipment;
(d)   other matters relating to the safety of vessels.
     1B.2     Section 314 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for matters relating to certificates.
     1B.3     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
     1B.4     Paragraph 339(2)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the design and construction of vessels.
     1B.5     Paragraph 339(2)(b) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the machinery and equipment to be carried on board vessels.
     1B.6     Paragraph 339(2)(i) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may provide for the maintenance, testing, survey and certification of vessels.
     1B.7     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
     1B.8     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make an order for any matter for which regulations may provide.
[2]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[3]       Section 2, definitions of 1994 HSC Code and 2000 HSC Code
substitute
1994 HSC Code means the International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.36 (63), as in force from time to time.
2000 HSC Code means the International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.97 (73), as in force from time to time.
[4]       Section 2, definition of AMSA
omit
[5]        Section 2, definition of DSC Code
substitute
DSC Code means the Code of Safety for Dynamically Supported Craft adopted by IMO Resolution A.373 (X), as in force from time to time.
[6]       Section 2, definitions of General Manager, IMO, Manager, Ship Inspections, Navigation Act, penal provision and SOLAS
omit
[7]       Section 2, note at the foot
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         issuing body
·         vessel.
Note 3   Information on obtaining copies of IMO Resolutions or other documents mentioned in this Order is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au or by email to international.relations@amsa.gov.au.
Note 4   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends a Code mentioned in this Order is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[8]       Subsection 3.2
omit
[9]       Sections 5 to 7
substitute
5          Exemptions
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
· making an application
· seeking further information about an application
· the time allowed for consideration of an application
· imposing conditions on approval of an application
· notification of a decision on an application
· review of decisions.
5A       Equivalents
    5A.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Division 3 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use — see subsection 5A.4.
    5A.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
    5A.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   approving use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS.
    5A.4     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that may be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a section of this Order, or a provision of SOLAS, requires to be fitted or carried in a vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel, as an alternative to a requirement of:
             (i)  this Order, or
            (ii)  SOLAS.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
6          Issuing certificates
       6.1     A vessel must be surveyed in accordance with Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006.
       6.2     The criterion for the issue of an HSC Safety Certificate incorporating a permit to operate is that  the vessel complies with:
(a)   for a vessel mentioned in paragraph 4(a) — the 2000 HSC Code; or
(b)   for a vessel mentioned in paragraph 4(b) or (d) — the 1994 HSC Code.
       6.3     The criterion for the issue of a DSC Construction and Equipment Certificate incorporating a permit to operate is that the vessel complies with the DSC Code.
Note   Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 sets out information for applying for safety certificates.
       6.4     An HSC Safety Certificate is a safety certificate for subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act.
       6.5     A DSC Construction and Equipment Certificate is a safety certificate for subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act.
       6.6     An HSC Safety Certificate must specify a period of up to 5 years for which the certificate remains in force.
       6.7     A DSC Construction and Equipment Certificate must specify a period of up to 1 year for which the certificate remains in force.
7          Variation of certificates
       7.1     The criteria for variation of an HSC Safety Certificate by extending the term of the certificate are that:
(a)   the certificate was issued for a term of less than 5 years and a further survey is carried out for the vessel; or
(b)   a renewal survey has been completed for the vessel but a new HSC Safety Certificate cannot be issued or placed on board the craft before the expiry date of the existing HSC Safety Certificate; or
(c)   when the certificate expires, the vessel is not in the place where it is to be surveyed, and it is reasonable in the circumstances to extend the period of the certificate to allow the vessel to proceed to the place where it is to be surveyed.
       7.2     If a certificate is extended in accordance with paragraph 7.1(a) the term of extension must not exceed 5 years from the date of issue of the certificate.
       7.3     If a certificate is extended in accordance with paragraph 7.1(b) the term of extension must not exceed 5 months from the expiry date of the certificate.
       7.4     If a certificate is extended in accordance with paragraph 7.1(c):
(a)   the term of extension must not exceed 1 month from the expiry date of the certificate; and
(b)   if the vessel has arrived at the place where it is to be surveyed, it must remain at that place until a new HSC Safety Certificate is issued; and
(c)   a new certificate issued after the vessel is surveyed comes into effect when the original certificate expires.
       7.5     The criteria for variation of a DSC Safety Certificate by extending the term of the certificate are that the survey and certification requirements mentioned in the DSC code are met.
       7.6     The term of extension mentioned in subsection 7.5 must not exceed 1 year.
7A       Revocation of certificates
    7A.1     The criteria for revocation of an HSC certificate are that:
(a)   the required surveys are not completed within the period mentioned in the relevant HSC Code; or
(b)   the periodical surveys are not endorsed on the HSC Safety Certificate as required by the relevant HSC Code; or
(c)   the vessel changes its country of registration.
    7A.2     The criteria for revocation of a DSC certificate are that:
(a)   the required surveys are not completed within the period mentioned in the DSC Code; or
(b)   the vessel changes its country of registration.
7B       Operation of vessel in accordance with code and certificate
     7B.1     The master of a vessel must ensure that:
(a)   the vessel is operated in accordance with the requirements of the 1994 HSC Code, the 2000 HSC Code or the DSC Code that apply to the vessel; and
(b)   any conditions of the permit to operate incorporated in the HSC Safety Certificate or the DSC Construction and Equipment Certificate issued for the vessel are complied with.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     7B.2     An offence against subsection 7B.1 is a strict liability offence.
     7B.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7B.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 3.1
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Section 4
Part
Order

Section 4
international
overseas

Paragraphs 4(a), (b) and (c)
ship
vessel

Paragraph 4(c)
(d)
paragraph (d)

Paragraph 4(d)
ship registered in Australia and
regulated Australian vessel

[11]     Further amendments — definitions
                 Each definition in section 2 is amended by:
(a)   omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
Schedule 27  Marine Orders Part 50, issue 6
(section 3)
[1]       Section 5
substitute
5          Power
       5.1     Section 18 of the Navigation Act provides that a vessel is a special purpose vessel if it:
(a)   is used or for use for a purpose specified in the regulations; and
(b)   is specified by the regulations to be a special purpose vessel for section 18.
       5.2     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
       5.3     Paragraph 339(2)(j) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may make provision for or in relation to special purpose vessels.
       5.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders about any matter for which provision must or may be made by regulations.
[2]       Section 6, definitions of crew, existing ship, special personnel and special purpose ship safety certificate
substitute
existing vessel means a vessel constructed before 1 May 1987 other than a vessel that, after 30 April 1987, is modified resulting in any of the following:
(a)   a change to the length, breadth or least moulded depth of the vessel;
(b)   a change in the use or intended use of the vessel;
(c)   a change in the vessel’s gross tonnage by more than 10%.
[3]       Section 6, definition of SPS Code
substitute
SPS Code means the Code of Safety for Special Purpose Ships adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.266 (84), as in force from time to time.
 [4]      Section 6, notes 1, 2 and 3
substitute
Note 1   A copy of each IMO resolution that adopts or amends this Code is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
Note 2   Some terms used in this Order are defined  in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         cargo vessel
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 3   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         foreign vessel
·         inspector
·         Marine Order
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         special personnel
·         vessel.
[5]       Section 8
substitute
8          Application
                 This Order applies to a special purpose vessel that is:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel; or
(b)   a foreign vessel on a voyage starting or ending at a port in Australia or an Australian Territory.
[6]       Sections 9 and 10
substitute
9          Exemptions
       9.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       9.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       9.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS or the SPS Code.
       9.4     The master of the vessel must ensure that a copy of the exemption is kept on the vessel for the duration of each voyage to which the exemption applies.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
       9.5     An offence against subsection 9.4 is a strict liability offence.
       9.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
10        Equivalents
     10.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note For definitions of equivalent and use, see subsection 10.4.
     10.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
     10.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   approving use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS or the SPS Code.
     10.4     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
[7]       Sections 12 and 13
substitute
12        Meaning of special purpose vessel
     12.1     For paragraph 18(a) of the Navigation Act, it is a specified purpose that the vessel carries on board, in connection with the purpose of the vessel or work carried out on board the vessel, a person who is not any of the following:
(a)   a passenger;
(b)   a licensed pilot;
(c)   a seafarer who is not special personnel;
(d)   a child less than 1 year.
Note   Uses for a special purpose vessel include drilling, laying cables, creating artificial islands, installing wind turbines and scientific exploration.
     12.2     For paragraph 18(b) of the Navigation Act, a vessel is a special purpose vessel if it is self-propelled and, for its function, carries on board:
(a)   at least 13 special personnel; or
(b)   at least 13 special personnel or passengers of whom:
             (i)  at least 1 is special personnel; and
            (ii)  no more than 12 are passengers.
[8]       Division 5
substitute
Division 5     Certificates
14        Certificates required for special purpose vessels
     14.1     A special purpose vessel must have the following certificates:
(a)   a special purpose ship safety certificate;
(b)   each certificate required by a marine order because it is a cargo vessel.
     14.2     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, a special purpose safety certificate is a safety certificate
15        Survey for special purpose vessels
                 A special purpose vessel must be surveyed in accordance with Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 as if it were a cargo vessel.
16        Issue of special purpose ship safety certificates
     16.1     An issuing body may issue a special purpose ship safety certificate if:
(a)   an application is made under section 99 of the Navigation Act for a special purpose vessel; and
(b)   the special purpose vessel is surveyed and the issuing body is satisfied that:
             (i)  the special purpose vessel complies with the SPS Code; or
            (ii)  AMSA has decided, under section 11, that the special purpose vessel is taken to comply with the SPS Code.
     16.2     The special purpose ship safety certificate is a safety certificate for subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act.
     16.3     The certificate must:
(a)   be in the approved form; and
(b)   specify a period of up to 5 years for which the certificate remains in force.
     16.4     However, a vessel constructed before 1 January 2010 may use a special purpose ship safety certificate issued under Marine Orders Part 50, issue 4.
17        Issue of certificates of survey for cargo vessels
     17.1     An issuing body may issue a certificate of survey for a cargo vessel relevant to its size and operation if:
(a)   an application is made under section 99 of the Navigation Act for a safety certificate for a special purpose vessel; and
(b)   the vessel is surveyed and the issuing body is satisfied that it complies with all the survey requirements mentioned in sections 8, 9, 10 and 13 of Marine Order 31 (Vessel surveys and certification) 2006.
     17.2     The certificate of survey is a safety certificate for subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act.
     17.3     The certificate of survey must specify a period of up to 5 years for which the certificate remains in force.
Note 1   For the use of an approved form — See Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note 2   Approved forms are available on AMSA’s website http://www.amsa.gov.au.
Note 3   A fee may be determined for processing an application under this section — see the Australian Maritime Safety Authority Act 1990, s 47.
[9]       After subsection 18.1
omit
This is a penal provision.
insert
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
18.1A       An offence against subsection 18.1 is a strict liability offence.
18.1B       An person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 18.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     Schedule 1
omit
[11]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1
50, issue 6
50 (Special purpose vessels) 2012

Subsection 4.1
ships
vessels

Section 6, definition of SPS Code
by MSC.299(87)
from time to time

Subsection 7.2
ship
vessel

Section 11
ship
vessel

Section 11
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsections 18.1 and 18.2
ship
vessel

Subparagraph 18.1(b)(ii)
ship’s
vessel’s

Schedule 28  Marine Orders Part 51, issue 1
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1, heading
omit
[2]       Subsection 1.1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 51 (Fishing vessels) 1989.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order sets out:
(a)   standards of competence to be attained and other conditions to be satisfied by a person to be a qualified skipper, officer in charge of a navigational watch, engineer or deck hand for a fishing vessel; and
(b)   stability requirements for fishing vessels.
1B       Power
1B.1     Subsection 29(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may prescribe different classes of seafarer certificates and may require that an individual hold a seafarer certificate of a particular kind to undertake particular duties, or perform particular functions, as a seafarer.
1B.2     Subsection 29(2) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may prescribe criteria for certain specified matters for seafarer certificates, including proficiencies, competencies and standards, qualifications, experience and health.
1B.3     Subsection 29(3) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for a number of matters, including the instruction, training and examination of seafarers, the gaining of sea service and other experience and the conduct of examinations.
1B.4     Section 35 of the Navigation Act provides that a person must not perform duties or functions in relation to a regulated Australian vessel if the regulations require the person to hold a particular seafarer certificate to perform them, and the person does not hold such a certificate.
1B.5     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
1B.6     Paragraph 339(2)(e) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made about the stability of vessels.
1B.7     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by the regulations.
[3]       Subsection 1.2
omit
Part, unless the contrary intention appears, the following definitions apply:
insert
Order:
[4]       Subsection 1.2, definitions of Chief Marine Surveyor, Manager, length and IMO
omit
[5]       After definition of valid
insert
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 including:
·         fishing operations
·         fishing vessel
·         length
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         USL Code.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         overseas voyage
·         regulated Australian vessel.
[6]       Sections 3, 4 and 5
substitute
3          Exemptions
       3.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       3.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       3.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that compliance with the requirement would be impracticable, unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
4          Equivalents
       4.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use, see subsection 4.4.
       4.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       4.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative.
       4.4     For this provision:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that may be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in a vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made or a procedure that could be followed in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
5          Stability and subdivision
                 For compliance with subsection 7.2 of Marine Order 12 (Construction — subdivision and stability, machinery and electrical installations) 2009, a fishing vessel must comply with subsection  D of section 5 of the USL Code, to the extent that it relates to Class 3 ships.
[7]       Section 6, note
omit
[8]       Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.2, heading
1.2
1C

Subsection 1.2, definition of approved
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 1.2, definition of valid
certificate of qualification, means a certificate that is current, is not cancelled or under suspension
seafarer certificate, means a certificate that is current, not revoked or not varied by suspension

Section 2
Part
Order

Section 6, heading
crew
seafarers

Subsection 6.1
4.1 of Marine Orders, Part 3 (Seagoing Qualifications)
subsection 4.1 of Marine Order 3 (Seagoing qualifications) 2004

Subsection 6.1
section 16 of the Navigation Act to form part of the crew of
section 35 or 36 of the Navigation Act to perform duties and functions in relation to

Subsection 6.1
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 6.1
Appendix
Schedule

Subsection 6.1
Part
Order

Subsection 6.2
3.1 of Marine Orders, Part 9 (Health — Medical Fitness)
subsection 3.1 of Marine Order 9 (Health — medical fitness) 2010

Subsection 6.2
form part of the crew of
perform duties and functions in relation to

Appendix 1, heading, first sentence and addendum
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 1
6.1(a) of this Part
paragraph 6.1(a) of this Order

Appendix 2
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 2
provision 6.1(b)
paragraph 6.1(b) of this Order

Appendix 3, heading, first sentence and addendum
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 3
provision 6.1(c)
paragraph 6.1(b) of this Order

Schedule 29  Marine Orders Part 52, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 52 (Sailing vessels) 1999.
[2]       Section 1, definitions of AMSA, Chief Marine Surveyor, Manager, SOLAS and the USL code
omit
[3]       Subsection 1.2
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
·         Navigation Act
·         passenger vessel
·         SOLAS
·         USL Code.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         master
·         owner
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel.
[4]       Sections 2 to 5
substitute
2          Purpose
                 This Order:
(a)   specifies requirements with which the construction, hull, equipment and machinery of sailing vessels must comply; and
(b)   provides for the survey, inspection and issue of certificates for sailing vessels; and
(c)   provides for the safety of sail trainees.
3          Power
       3.1     Subsection 98(2) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may give effect to the Safety Convention and the Load Lines Convention.
       3.2     Subsection 98(3) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations for vessels included in a particular class may provide for safety certificates relating to the following matters:
(a)   survey;
(b)   construction;
(c)   machinery and equipment;
(d)   other matters relating to the safety of vessels.
       3.3     Section 314 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for matters relating to certificates.
       3.4     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
       3.5     Paragraph 339(2)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the design and construction of vessels.
       3.6     Paragraph 339(2)(b) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the machinery and equipment to be carried on board vessels.
       3.7     Paragraph 339(2)(e) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the stability of vessels.
       3.8     Paragraph 339(2)(i) of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may provide for the maintenance, testing, survey and certification of vessels.
       3.9     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
     3.10     Paragraph 340(1)(d) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may give effect to the Load Lines Convention.
     3.11     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make an order for any matter for which regulations may provide.
4          Application
                 This Order applies to a sailing vessel that is a regulated Australian vessel.
5          Exemptions
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unnecessary or unreasonable having regard to the vessel, its equipment and its intended voyage; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS, this Order or the USL Code.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
5A       Equivalents
    5A.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 for approval to use an equivalent.
Note For definitions of equivalent and use — see subsection 5A.4.
    5A.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
    5A.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   approving use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS, this Order or the USL Code.
    5A.4     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
5B       Review of decisions
                 A decision under subsection 10.1 is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note   For review of decisions by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal — see section 313 of the Navigation Act.
[5]       Subsection 6.1
substitute
       6.1     For sections 103 and 104 of the Navigation Act, a sailing vessel must have a certificate of survey appropriate to the voyage.
Note 1    It is an offence under sections 103 and 104 of the Navigation Act if a vessel is taken to sea without a certificate of a specified kind in force for the vessel.
Note 2   In addition to a certificate of survey appropriate to the voyage, a sailing vessel may require certificates provided for in other Marine Orders. For example, Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006, sets out requirements for sailing vessels with a gross tonnage of over 50 tons.
[6]       Subsection 6.2, heading and note
omit
[7]       After subsection 6.2
insert
    6.2A     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, a certificate of survey appropriate to the voyage is a safety certificate.
     6.2B     For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of a certificate of survey appropriate to the voyage are that:
(a)   the vessel has been surveyed in accordance with Regulations 8 and 9 of Chapter I of SOLAS; and
(b)   the vessel complies with subsections 6.3 and 6.4 and sections 7 to 9.
     6.2C     For subsection 101(1) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for variation of a certificate of survey appropriate to the voyage are that:
(a)   a written application is made to the issuing body, stating the nature of the variation; and
(b)   the vessel has a valid certificate of survey appropriate to the voyage; and
(c)   the vessel complies with the survey requirements of Regulations 8 and 9 of Chapter I of SOLAS; and
(d)   the vessel undergoes any additional surveys required by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration; and
(e)   the vessel complies with any conditions imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
    6.2D     For section 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of a certificate of survey appropriate to the voyage are that:
(a)   the required surveys are not completed within the time periods mentioned in Regulations 8 and 9 of Chapter I of SOLAS; or
(b)   the certificate is not endorsed in accordance with Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006; or
(c)   the vessel ceases to be registered in Australia.
[8]       After subsection 10.2
insert
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     10.3     An offence against subsection 10.2 is a strict liability offence.
     10.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       After section 11
insert
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
     11.2     An offence against subsection 11.1 is a strict liability offence.
     11.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1
1.1  In this Part, the following definitions apply
In this Order

Section 1, definition of sail trainee
ship
vessel

Section 1, definition of sail trainee
ship’s
vessel’s

Section 1, definition of sail trainee, note
Part
Order

Section 1, definition of sailing ship
ship
vessel

Subsection 6.2
In 6.1
6.2 In subsection 6.1

Subsections 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 6.4
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Section 7
ships
vessels

Subsection 7.1
Marine Orders, Part 12
Marine Order 12

Subsection 7.1
(Ship Construction and Stability)
(Ship construction and stability) 2009

Subsections 7.1 and 7.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.2, note
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 7.3.1
passenger ship
sailing vessel that is a passenger vessel

Subsections 7.3.2, 7.3.3 and 7.3.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.3.3
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 7.3.3
7.3.1
subsections 7.3.1

Subsection 7.3.4
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 7.4
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Section 8
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.1
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Section 9
ship
vessel

Section 9
Marine Orders, Part 14 (Accommodation)
Marine Order 11 (Living and working conditions on vessels) 2012

Paragraph 9(b)
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Paragraph 9(b)
crew, sail trainees
seafarers including sail trainees

Section 10
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.1
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Subsection 10.1
seamen
seafarers

Subsection 10.2
10.1
subsection 10.1

Section 11
The
11.1 The

Section 11
ship
vessel

Section 11
as soon as practicable
within 24 hours

Schedule 30  Marine Orders Part 54, issue 5
(section 3)
[1]       Before subsection 5.1
insert
    5.1A     Section 164 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision in relation to the licensing of pilots and pilotage providers.
[2]       After subsection 5.4
insert
    5.4A     Section 314 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for matters relating to certificates.
[3]       Section 6, definitions of accident, Act, amend, AMSA and penal provision
omit
[4]       Section 6, after definition of unrestricted pilot licence
insert
vary, for a licence, includes the following:
(a)   vary an existing licence condition;
(b)   impose a new licence condition;
(c)   remove an existing licence condition.
[5]       Section 6, note at foot
substitute
Note    Some terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         coastal sea of Australia
·         licensed pilot
·         pilotage provider
·         recognised organisation
·         seafarer
·         STCW Convention
·         vessel.
[6]       After section 8, including the note
insert
Note 2   For the kinds of vessels to which this Order applies see subsection 162(1) and Part 3 of Chapter 1 of  the Navigation Act.
[7]       Subdivision 2.1
omit
[8]       Section 51, notes
substitute
Note   It is a condition of a pilotage provider licence that records required by the Safety Management System are kept for at least 5 years after the records were made —— see section 50.
[9]       Sections 116 and 117
substitute
116     Review of decisions
                 A decision mentioned in Schedule 3 is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
[10]     Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1
Orders Part 54, issue 5
Order 54 (Coastal pilotage) 2011

Section 4
Part
Order

Paragraph 4(a)
pilotage provider
licensing of pilotage providers and pilotage provider

Paragraph 4(b)
licensed
licensing of

Subsection 5.1
Division 1 of Part IIIA of the
Subsection 165(1) of the Navigation

Subsection 5.1
pilotage
licensed pilots and pilotage

Subsection 5.2
Division 1 of Part IIIA of the Act
Subsection 165(2) of the Navigation Act

Subsection 5.2
licensing of pilots, the qualifications of pilots
duties of a licensed pilot and pilotage provider

Subsection 5.2
carry out
discharge

Subsection 5.3
186H of the Act
163 of the Navigation Act

Subsection 5.3
specify
prescribe

Subsection 5.3
Division 2 of Part IIIA
Part 2 of Chapter 6

Subsection 5.4
186K(2) of the
172(2) of the Navigation

Subsection 5.5
425(1) of the
339(1) of the Navigation

Subsection 5.6
425(1AA) of the
342(1) of the Navigation

Section 6
this Part
this Order

Section 6, definitions of approved auditor, approved fatigue risk management plan and Certificate of Medical Fitness
provision
section

Section 6, definition of Certificate of Medical Fitness
Marine Orders, Part 9 (Health — Medical Fitness)
Marine Order 9 (Health — medical fitness) 2010

Section 6, definition of check pilot licence
provision
section

Section 6, definition of chemical tanker
Marine Orders Part 17 (Liquefied Gas Carriers and Chemical Tankers)
Marine Order 17 (Liquefied gas carriers and chemical tankers) 2006

Section 6, definitions of chemical tanker, draught, gas carrier, oil tanker, pilot launch, pilot transfer standards and Torres Strait
ship
vessel

Section 6, definitions of compliance audit and internal audit
Part
Order

Section 6, definitions of designated person, disciplinary action and fatigue risk management plan
provision
section

Section 6, definition of gas carrier
Marine Orders Part 17 (Liquefied Gas Carriers and Chemical Tankers)
Marine Order 17 (Liquefied gas carriers and chemical tankers) 2006

Section 6, definition of inner route pilotage area, notes
subpar
subparagraph

Section 6, definitions of licensee, passage plan model, pilotage area and pilot licence
provision
section

Section 6, definitions of REEFREP, REEFREP area and REEFVTS
Marine Orders Part 56 (REEFREP)
Marine Order 56 (REEFREP) 2004

Section 6, definitions of REEFREP area, REEFVTS, restricted pilot licence, safety management system, trainee pilot licence and unrestricted pilot licence
provision
section

Section 7
Part
Order

Section 8, heading
Application — Act, s 186H
Application

Section 8
This Part applies to pilots and pilotage of ships
For subsection 162(2) of the Navigation Act, this Order applies to pilots and pilotage of vessels

Section 8
Australian coastal sea
coastal sea of Australia

Section 8, note
Note
Note 1

Section 8, note
Pr
Section

Subsection 10.1, note 1
s 338
sections 136.1 and 137.1

Subsection 10.2, note 2
pr
section

Subsection 10.4
provision
subsection

Subsection 10.5
provision
section

Subsection 11.1
provision
section

Subsection 11.3, note
provision
section

Subsection 11.3, note
pr
section

Paragraph 11.5
Part
Order

Paragraph 11.5
Act
Navigation Act

Subsection 11.6
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 12.1
provision 11
section 11

Subparagraph 12.1(b)(vii)
provision 13.2
subsection 13.2

Subsection 13.1
Act
Navigation Act

Subsection 13.2
amended
varied

Subdivision 2.3, heading
Amendment
Variation

Section 15, heading
Amendment
Variation

Section 15
amend
vary

Subsection 15.1
an amendment
a variation

Section 15.1, note
pr
section

Subsections 15.2, 15.3 and 15.5
amendment
variation

Subsection 15.3
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 15.4
provision
section

Section 16, heading
Amendment
Variation

Section 16
amend
vary

Subsection 16.1, note 2
pr
section

Subsection 16.2
provision
section

Paragraph 16.2(b)
amended
varied

Subsection 16.2, note
pr
section

Subsection 16.4
provision
section

Subsection 16.5
provision
subsection

Paragraph 16.7(a)
amendment
variation

Subsection 16.8, note
provision
section

Subsection 16.8, note
pr
section

Subsection 17.1
provision
section

Subsection 17.2, note 1
pr
section

Subsection 17.3
provision
section

Subsection 17.4
provision
subsection

Subsection 17.5
provision 17.4
subsection 17.4

Subsection 17.5
provision 32
section 32

Subsection 17.6
provision 17.4
subsection 17.4

Subsection 17.6
provision 32
section 32

Subsection 17.7, note
Part
Order

Subsection 18.1, note
provision
section

Subsection 18.2, note
pr
section

Subsections 18.4
provision
subsection

Subsections 18.5 and 19.1
provision
section

Subsection 19.3, note
provision
section

Subsection 19.3, note
pr
section

Subsection 19.5
Part
Order

Subsection 19.5
Act
Navigation Act

Subsection 19.6
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 19.6
provision
section

Subsection 20.2, note 1
pr
section

Sections 21 and 23
provision
section

Section 23
amend
vary

Section 23
an amendment
a variation

Section 23
Part
Order

Section 23, notes
pr
section

Subsection 24.2
provision
section

Section 25
Part
Order

Section 28
amendment
variation

Section 28
Act
Navigation Act

Section 28
Part
Order

Paragraph 29(c)
amending
varying

Paragraph 30.1(a)
amendment
variation

Subsections 30.3 30.5, 32.2, notes
pr
section

Subsection 32.4
provision
section

Subsection 32.5
provision
subsection

Subsections 33.1
provision
section

Subsection 33.3, note
pr
section

Subsection 33.4
provision
section

Subsection 33.4
Part
Order

Subsection 33.5
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 33.5
provision
subsection

Section 34, note
pr
subsection

Section 35, definition of demerit points register
provision
section

Section 35, definition of maximum demerit points
provision 33
section 33

Section 35, definition of maximum demerit points
provision 39.3
subsection 39.3

Table 36.3, Item 6
ship
vessel

Subsection 37.1
provision
section

Subsection 37.2
provision
subsection

Paragraph 39.1(b)
provision
subsection

Paragraph 39.2(b)
provision 39.3
subsection 39.3

Paragraph 39.2(b)
provision 33
section 33

Subsection 40.2
provision
section

Paragraph 40.3(d)
amend
vary

Paragraph 40.3(d)
amending
varying

Subsections 40.4 and 40.5
provision
subsection

Subsection 40.6
provision 40.2
subsection 40.2

Subsection 40.6
provision 41
section 41

Section 41
provision
section

Subsection 42.2
Part
Order

Paragraph 44(d)
ship
vessel

Paragraph 44(e)
ships
vessels

Section 45, note
pr
section

Section 46
ship
vessel

Sections 47 and 48
ship
vessel

Section 48
provision
section

Section 49
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 51.2
Part
Order

Subsection 51.2
provision
section

Subsections 52.1, 52.3, 53.1 and 53.2
ship
vessel

Section 53
provision
section

Section 54
ship
vessel

Subsection 54.1, note
pr
section

Subsection 54.2
provision
section

Section 55
provision
section

Subsection 56.2
this provision
this subsection

Subsection 56.2, definition of pilotage crew
provision
subsection

Section 57
provision
section

Paragraph 57.2(b)
crew
seafarers

Subsection 59.1, note
pr
section

Subsection 59.2, note
provision
section

Section 60
Part
Order

Section 60, note
pr 10
section 10

Section 60, note
pr 15
sections 15

Section 60, note
an amendment
a variation

Section 61
provision
section

Section 62.1
Act
Navigation Act

Section 62.1
Part
Order

Section 63
Part
Order

Section 64
Act
Navigation Act

Sections 65 and 66
Part
Order

Section 66, note
pr
section

Section 67
Part
Order

Sections 67 and 68
ship
vessel

Section 68
provision
section

Subsection 68.1
Part
Order

Subsection 68.1
ships
vessels

Sections 69 and 70
Part
Order

Section 70, note
Act, s 186B
Navigation Act, s 14

Subsection 71.1, note 1
s 338
sections 136.1 and 137.1

Subsection 71.1, note 2
provision
section

Subsection 71.2, note
pr
section

Subsection 71.4
provision
subsection

Section 72
provision
section

Subsection 72.3, note
pr
section

Paragraph 73.1(b)
ship
vessel

Subsection 73.3
provision
section

Subsection 74.1
Act
Navigation Act

Subsection 74.2 note
pr
section

Subsection 75.2
provision
subsection

Subsections 75.2 and 75.3
expires
ceases to be in force

Subdivision 7.3, heading
Amendment
Variation

Section 76, heading
Amendment
Variation

Section 76
an amendment
a variation

Section 76
amend
vary

Section 76
pr
section

Section 76
amendment
variation

Subsection 76.3
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 77, heading
Amendment
Variation

Subsection 77.1
amend
vary

Subsection 77.1, note
provision
section

Subsection 77.2
amended
varied

Subsection 77.2, note
pr
section

Subsections 77.4 and 77.5
provision
subsection

Subsection 77.6
amendment
variation

Subsection 77.7
amend
vary

Subsection 77.7, note
provision
section

Subsection 77.7, note
pr
section

Subsection 77.8
amend
vary

Subsection 77.8
amended
varied

Subsection 77.8, note
pr
section

Subsection 77.9
amend
vary

Section 78
provision
section

Subsection 78.2, note
pr
section

Subsection 79.1
provision
section

Subsection 79.3, note
provision
section

Subsection 79.3, note
pr
section

Subsection 79.5
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 80.2
provision
subsection

Section 82
ships
vessels

Subparagraph 82(b)(i)
Marine Orders, Part 3
Marine Order 3 (Seagoing qualifications) 2004

Paragraph 82(e)
pilotae
pilotage

Section 84
ships
vessels

Subsection 84.3
provision
section

Paragraph 85.2(d)
ships
vessels

Subsection 85.3
provision
section

Subparagraph 85.3(a)(ii)
ship
vessel

Subparagraph 85.3(c)(i)
ships
vessels

Subparagraph 85.3(c)(ii)
ship
vessel

Subsections 86.2 and 86.3
provision
section

Paragraph 87.1(d)
provision
subsection

Paragraph 87.2(e)
ships
vessels

Subsections 87.3 and 87.4
provision
subsection

Section 88
amendment
variation

Section 88
Act
Navigation Act

Section 88
Part
Order

Paragraph 89(d)
amending
varying

Paragraph 90.1(a)
amendment
variation

Subsection 90.2, note
pr
section

Subsection 90.5
provision
section

Subsection 92.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 92.7
provision
subsection

Subsection 93.1 and 93.2
ship
vessel

Paragraph 93.1(a)
ship’s
vessel’s

Paragraph 93.1(c)
Act
Navigation Act

Subsection 93.1, examples
par
paragraph

Subsection 93.1, note
pr
subparagraph

Subsection 93.3
provision
section

Subsection 93.3
Act, s 9A
Navigation Act, s 14

Subsection 93.3, note 2
pr
section

Subsections 94.1 and 95.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 95.2
Marine Orders Part 56 (REEFREP)
Marine Order 56 (REEFREP) 2004

Subsection 95.3
provision
subsection

Subsection 97.2
pr
section

Sections 97 and 99
provision
section

Subsection 100.1, note
provision
section

Subsection 100.2
provision
section

Subsection 100.2, note
pr
section

Subsection 100.5
provision
subsection

Subsection 101.1
provision
section

Subsection 101.3, note and 104.2, note 1
pr
section

Subsections 104.1 and 104.3
provision
section

Subsection 104.2, note 1
provision
section

Subsection 104.4
provision
subsection

Subsection 105.1, note
provision
section

Subsection 105.2, note
pr
section

Subsection 106.1
provision
section

Subsections 106.2, note and 106.4, note
provision
section

Subsections 106.2, note and 106.4, note
pr
section

Subsection 106.6
Provision
Subsection

Sections 108 and 109
provision
section

Subsection 110.1
Act
Navigation Act

Subsection 110.3
Part
Order

Section 113, heading
Act, s 186H (1)
Navigation Act, s 163(1)

Section 113
the Act, section 186H (1)
subsection 163(1) of the Navigation Act

Division 12, heading
Part
Order

Section 114, heading
Act, s 186K (2) (b)
Navigation Act, s 172(2)(b)

Section 114
the Act, section 186K (2) (b)
paragraph 172(2)(b) of the Navigation Act

Section 114
ship
vessel

Section 114
ship’s
vessel’s

Paragraph 114(b)
operator
owner

Subsection 118.1
Part
Order

Subsection 119.1
Under the Act, section 6F
For section 338 of the Navigation Act

Subsection 119.1
Part
Order

Sections 120 and 121
this Part
this Order

Subsections 122.1 and 122.2
clause
paragraph

Section 124
clause
subclause

Schedule 1, heading
pr
section

Schedule 1, clause 1.1
provision
section

Schedule 1, clause 1.1
Part
Order

Schedule 1, clause 1.2
people; and
seafarers, who:

Schedule 1, clause 1.2
(c)   have a crew
(i)   have

Schedule 1, clause 1.2
(d)   have a crew that
(ii)   

Schedule 1, paragraph 1.3(a)
crew
seafarers

Schedule 1, paragraphs 1.4(a) and 1.7(a)
ships
vessels

Schedule 1, paragraph 1.5(a)
crew
seafarer

Schedule 1, paragraph 1.5(b)
crew
seafarers

Schedule 1, clause 1.6
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, paragraph 1.7(c)
ship
vessel

Schedule 1, clause 1.8, note 2
crew
seafarers

Schedule 1, clause 1.9.1
launch master, pilot and crew members
pilot and seafarers

Schedule 1, subclauses 1.9.1, 1.10.1 and 1.10.4
ship
vessel

Schedule 2, heading
pr
section

Schedule 3, item 2
amend
vary

Schedule 31  Marine Orders Part 55, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 55 (Publication of information about vessels) 2004.
[2]       Subsections 1.2 and 1.3
substitute
Power
       1.2     Section 336 of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may publish information about a vessel as prescribed by the regulations.
       1.3     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to that Act.
       1.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders about any matter for which provision may or must be made by the regulations.
[3]       Sections 2 to 4
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
Safety Management Certificate means a certificate issued in accordance with Regulation 4.3 of Chapter IX of SOLAS.
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined or explained in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         IMO
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         foreign vessel
·         inspector
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel.
4          Application
                 This Order applies to information that:
(a)   is about:
             (i)  a regulated Australian vessel; or
            (ii)  a foreign vessel:
(A)    in an Australian port; or
(B)    entering or leaving an Australian port; or
(C)    in the internal waters of Australia; or
(D)    in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage; and
(b)   was obtained:
             (i)  during an inspection of the vessel under section 256 or 257 of the Navigation Act; or
            (ii)  during a survey of the vessel under the Navigation Act; or
           (iii)  during an inspection or survey of the vessel conducted otherwise than under the Navigation Act; or
           (iv)  otherwise than by an inspection or survey of the vessel.
[4]       Subsection 5.1.2, footnote 1
substitute as note at foot of subsection 5.1.2
Note   The most commonly published aggregated data relate to deficiencies, flag states, recognised organisations or similar organisations, and kinds of vessels.
[5]       Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 5.1.1
190AB
336

Subsection 5.1.1
ship
vessel

Paragraph 5.1.1(f)
ship’s
vessel’s

Paragraph 5.1.1(q)
crew
seafarers’

Subsection 5.2
section 190AB
subsection 336(2)

Subsection 5.3
section 190AB
paragraph 336(2)(c)


Schedule 32  Marine Orders Part 56, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Subsection 1.2.1
substitute
    1.2.1     Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for giving effect to SOLAS.
[2]       Subsection 1.2.2
substitute
1.2.2         Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters requiring or permitted to be prescribed, or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
[3]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[4]       Section 2, definitions of IMO, Navigation Act, overall length, penal provision and SOLAS
omit
[5]       Section 2, note at the foot
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         IMO
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         length overall
·         domestic commercial vessel
·         foreign vessel
·         regulated Australian vessel.
[6]       Subsection 3.2
omit
[7]       Section 4, note
substitute
Note   This Order applies to a vessel of a kind mentioned in this section whether or not it is a regulated Australian vessel, foreign vessel or domestic commercial vessel. See Part 3 of Chapter 1 of the Navigation Act.
[8]       After section 5
insert
       5.2     An offence against subsection 5.1 is a strict liability offence.
       5.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 5.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1A
Orders Part 56, issue 2
Order 56 (REEFREP) 2004

Subsection 1.1
Part
Order

Subsection 1.2.3
425(1AA)
342(1)

Section 2, definitions of chemical tanker, combination carrier, liquefied gas carrier and oil tanker
ship
vessel

Section 2, definitions of chemical tanker and liquefied gas carrier
Marine Orders, Part 17 (Liquefied Gas Carriers and Chemical Tankers)
Marine Order 17 (Liquefied gas carriers and chemical tankers) 2006

Section 2, definition of INF Code
Marine Orders — Part 41 (Carriage of Dangerous Goods)
Marine Order 41 (Carriage of dangerous goods) 2009

Section 2, definition of REEFREP
Part
Order

Subsection 3.1
Part
Order

Section 4
overall length
length overall

Sections 4 and 5
Part
Order

Sections 4 and 5
ship
vessel

Section 5
The
5.1   The

Paragraph 5(a)
2 of Appendix
clause 2 of Schedule

Paragraph 5(b)
3 of Appendix
clause 3 of Schedule

Paragraph 5(c)
4 of Appendix
clause 4 of Schedule

Paragraph 5(d)
5 of Appendix
clause 5 of Schedule

Paragraph 5(e)
6 of Appendix
clause 6 of Schedule

Paragraph 5(f)
7 of Appendix
clause 7 of Schedule

Paragraph 5(g)
8 of Appendix
clause 8 of Schedule

Section 5
9 of Appendix
clause 9 of Schedule

Section 5
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Appendix 1, heading
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 1, clause 1
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 1, clauses 2 and 3
ship
vessel

Appendix 1, clauses 2 and 3
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix 1, paragraph  3.2(e), note
Note   Ships
Note 1   Vessels

Appendix 1, paragraph  3.2(e), note
provision 4 of Appendix
clause 4 of Schedule

Appendix 1, paragraph 3.2(h)
coastal
licensed

Appendix 1, paragraph 3.2(k)
7 of this Appendix
clause 7 of this Schedule

Appendix 1, subclause 3.3
3.2(e)
paragraph 3.2(e)

Appendix 1, clause 4
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix 1, clause 4
ship
vessel

Appendix 1, subclause 4.1
3.2(e) and 3.3 of this Appendix
paragraph 3.2(e) and subclause 3.3 of this Schedule

Appendix 1, subclause 4.1
4.2
subclause 4.2

Appendix 1, subclause 4.2
4.2.1
subclause 4.2.1

Appendix 1, subclause 4.2.1.1, note
ships
vessels

Appendix 1, subclause 4.2.2.3
4.2.2.2
subclause 4.2.2.2

Appendix 1, subclause 4.2.3
4.2.1
subclause 4.2.1

Appendix 1, paragraph 4.2.3(b)
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 1, subclause 5.2
options
options mentioned in subclause

Appendix 1, clause 6
ship
vessel

Appendix 1, clause 6
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix 1, subclause 6.2, note
crew
seafarers

Appendix 1, subclause 6.2, note
Note 1   Instructions
Note 2   Instructions

Appendix 1, subclause 6.3
Ships
Vessels

Appendix 1, subclause 6.3
2
clauses 2

Appendix 1, subclause 6.3
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 1, subclause 6.4
9.3
subclause 9.3

Appendix 1, clauses 7 and 8
ship
vessel

Appendix 1, clauses 7 and 8
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix 1, subclause 7.2
7.1
subclause 7.1

Appendix 1, subclause 7.2
section 268
sections 185 and 186

Appendix 1, subclauses 9.1 and 9.3
provision 5 of this Part
section 5 of this Order

Appendix 1, clause 9
ship’s
vessel’s

Appendix 2, heading
Appendix
Schedule

Appendix 2
Part
Order

Schedule 33  Marine Orders Part 57, issue 3
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 57 (Helicopter operations) 2010.
[2]       Subsection 1.2
substitute
1.2       Power
    1.2.1     Subsection 112(1) provides that the regulations may provide for the carriage of passengers.
    1.2.2     Subsection 112(4) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the carriage on a vessel of cargo and livestock.
    1.2.3     Subsection 112(5) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the loading in vessels and unloading from vessels of cargo and livestock.
    1.2.4     Section 165 of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the operations of licensed pilots and licensed pilotage providers including matters relating to pilotage safety management systems and the content and implementation of such systems.
    1.2.5     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
    1.2.6     Paragraph 340(1)(a) provides that the regulations may give effect to SOLAS.
    1.2.7     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make an order for any matter for which regulations may provide.
[3]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[4]       Section 2, definition of AMSA, operator and penal provision
omit
[5]       Section 2, note
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Navigation Act.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         master
·         owner
·         pilot
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         seafarer.
[6]       Sections 3 and 4
substitute
4          Application
                 This Order applies to the following vessels:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
            (ii) entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii) in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv) in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
[7]       Subsection 5.1
substitute
5.1       Requirement for safe arrangements
    5.1.1     The master of a vessel may permit the transfer of persons or goods from helicopter to vessel, or from vessel to helicopter, only if the owner or master has provided shipboard arrangements, equipment, training and drills that:
(a)   apply to the preparations on a vessel and the vessel/helicopter interface during the transfer operation; and
(b)   are necessary and reasonable for emergency evacuation of persons from the vessel; and
(c)   are appropriate and reasonable for the normal operations of the vessel; and
(d)   are at least as effective as those mentioned in the ICS Guide for operations or activities directly related to the vessel.
Note   The ICS Guide may also provide useful background for the owner and master when considering the safety management system for the vessel.
    5.1.2     The master of a vessel must ensure that:
(a)   the arrangements, equipment, training and drills have been included in the safety management system on board the vessel; and
(b)   seafarers are given instructions on their responsibilities to give effect to the vessel’s safety management system; and
(c)   equipment is maintained in working order and readily available for use; and
(d)   the training has been carried out.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
    5.1.3     An offence against subsection 5.1.2 is a strict liability offence.
    5.1.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 5.1.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[8]       Subsection 5.4
substitute
5.4       Responsibility of seafarers
       5.4     A seafarer must carry out the instructions given to the seafarer under paragraph 5.1.2(b).
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
    5.4A     An offence against subsection 5.4 is a strict liability offence.
     5.4B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 5.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Marine Order

Subsection 1.1
ships
vessels

Subsection 1.1, note
ship/helicopter
vessel/helicopter

Section 2, definition of ICS Guide
Shipping;
Shipping.

Section 5, heading
ships
vessels

Subsection 5.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 5.2.2
operator
owner

Subsection 5.2.2, note
Classification Society
recognised organisation

Subsection 5.2.2, note
ship’s
vessel’s

Paragraph 5.2.3(b)
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 5.2.3
5.2.2
subsection 5.2.2

Subsection 5.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 5.3
ship/helicopter
vessel/helicopter

Subsection 5.5
ship
vessel

Schedule 34  Marine Orders Part 58, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Before subsection 1.1
insert
1.1A         Section 98 of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may make provision in relation to safety certificates.
1.1B         Section 314 of the Navigation Act provides that regulations may provide for particular matters relating to certificates.
[2]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
[3]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA, General Manager and IMO
omit
[4]       Section 2, definitions of Manager, penal provision and SOLAS
omit
[5]       Section 2, at the foot
insert
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
·         Navigation Act
·         SOLAS.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         Government vessel
·         regulated Australian vessel.
[6]       Sections 4 to 8
substitute
4          Application
       4.1     This Order applies to a vessel, to which Regulation 2 of Chapter IX of SOLAS applies, that is:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel; or
(b)   a foreign vessel that is:
             (i)  in an Australian port;
            (ii)  entering or leaving an Australian port;
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia other than in the course of innocent passage.
       4.2     This Order also applies to a company owning, operating or managing the vessel.
       4.3     However, this Order does not apply to a Government vessel.
5          Exemptions
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel, or an operating company, from:
(a)   a requirement of this Order; or
(b)   a provision of the ISM Code.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
       5.3     The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may give an exemption only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement or provision would be unnecessary or unreasonable; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS or the ISM Code.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
5A       Equivalents
    5A.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
    5A.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications.
    5A.3     The Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement or provision to which the equivalent is an alternative; and
(b)   approving use of the equivalent would not contravene SOLAS or the ISM Code.
    5A.4     In this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, in or for a vessel as an alternative to a requirement of this Order or a provision of the ISM Code.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   fitting or carrying the equivalent in or on a vessel; and
(b)   making an alternative arrangement or following an alternative procedure.
6          Review of decisions
                 A decision under subsection 9.2, 9.4.2, 9.5.2, 10.4.2, 10.5.2, 11.1.1, 11.2.3 or 12.1.1 is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note   For review of decisions by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal made under the Navigation Act — see section 313 of the Navigation Act.
7          Safety management requirements
       7.1     For sections 103, 104, 106 and 107 of the Navigation Act, a vessel must have a safety certificate that is:
(a)   a Safety Management Certificate; or
(b)   an Interim Safety Management Certificate.
Note   It is an offence under sections 103, 104, 106 and 107 of the Navigation Act if a vessel is taken to sea without a certificate of a specified kind in force for the vessel.
       7.2     A master must not take a vessel to sea if there is not on board a copy of a Document of Compliance or Interim Document of Compliance in force for the company operating the vessel.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
       7.3     An offence against subsection 7.2 is a strict liability offence.
       7.4     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[7]       Subsection 10.1 and 10.2
substitute
10.1     Application
                 For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, a Safety Management Certificate is a safety certificate.
10.2     Issue
                 For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of a Safety Management Certificate are that:
(a)   a Document of Compliance valid for the type of vessel has been issued for the company; and
(b)   the safety management system of the company is being applied on the vessel in accordance with the Guidelines.
Note   The form of a Safety Management Certificate is set out as Form 2 in Schedule 3.
[8]       Subsection 11.2.1
substitute
11.2.1       For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, an Interim Safety Management Certificate is a safety certificate.
11.2.1A    For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of an Interim Safety Management Certificate are that:
(a)   the vessel is operated by a company for which a Document of Compliance or Interim Document of Compliance has been issued; and
(b)   the vessel is:
             (i)  a new vessel; or
            (ii)  new to the company; or
           (iii)  new to the Australian General Shipping Register or the Australian International Shipping Register.
Note   The form of an Interim Safety Management Certificate is set out as Form 4 in Schedule 3.
[9]       Subsection 12.1.2
substitute
12.1.2       The General Manager, Ship Safety Division may, by notice in writing to the company, require the delivery to AMSA of the revoked Document of Compliance.
12.1.2A                The General Manager, Ship Safety Division may, by notice in writing to the company, require the surrender of the Document of Compliance to enable the variation to be endorsed on it.
[10]     After subsection 12.1
insert
12.1.5       An offence against subsection 12.1.4 is a strict liability offence.
12.1.6       A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 12.1.4.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
Note   A Safety Management Certificate may be revoked under subsection 12.2 if a Document of Compliance has been revoked or varied.
[11]     Subsections 12.2.1
substitute
12.2.1       For section 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation of a Safety Management Certificate are that:
(a)   the Safety Management Certificate has not been endorsed in accordance with subsection 10.4.2;
(b)   there is evidence of major non-conformity in relation to the Safety Management Certificate;
(c)   the company’s Document of Compliance:
                   (i)       has not been endorsed under subsection 9.4.2;
                   (ii)      has expired and not been renewed under subsection 9.5; or
                   (iii)     has been revoked or varied under subsection 12.1.1.
Note   Section 315 of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may require a certificate that has been issued for a regulated Australian vessel and then revoked, to be delivered to AMSA or another specified person. The vessel may be detained until the requirement is complied with.
[12]     Subsections 12.2.2 and 12.2.3
omit
[13]     Other amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1A
Orders Part 58, issue 2
Order 58 (International Safety Management Code) 2002

Subsection 1.1
Section 191 of the Navigation Act 1912
Paragraph 340(1)(a) of the Navigation Act

Subsection 1.1
425(1) of the Navigation Act 1912
339(1) of the Navigation Act

Subsection 1.2
Section 425(1AA) of the Navigation Act 1912
Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act

Subsection 1.2
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Section 2
Part
Order

Section 2, definition of company
ship
vessel

Section 2, definition of company
shipowner
owner

Section 3
Part
Order

Subsection 3.1
the Safety Convention
SOLAS

Subsection 9.3
9.4
subsection 9.4

Subsection 9.3
valid
in force

Sections 9 and 10
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Sections 9 and 10
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.5.2, note
13.10
paragraph 13.10

Subsection 10.3
10.4
subsection 10.4

Subsection 10.3
valid
in force

Subsection 10.5.2, note
13.10
subsection 13.10

Section 11
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Section 11
ship
vessel

Section 12, heading
Withdrawal
Revocation

Section 12
General Manager
General Manager, Ship Safety Division

Subsection 12.1, heading
Withdrawal
Revocation

Paragraph 12.1.1(a)
9.4.2
subsection 9.4.2

Paragraph 12.1.1(c)
cancel
revoke

Paragraph 12.1.1(c)
Compliance and its associated Safety Management Certificate
Compliance

Subclause 12.1.4
12.1.2
subsection 12.1.2

Subclause 12.1.4
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subclause 12.2, heading
Withdrawal
Revocation

Schedule 35  Marine Order 59, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Section 4
omit
For section 425 of the Act, this
insert
This
[2]       Section 5
substitute
4A       Power
4A.1        Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
4A.2         Subsection 112(5) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made about loading in and unloading from vessels of cargo.
4A.3         Subsection 112(6) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made about the carriage of dangerous goods.
4A.4         Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by the regulations.
5          Application
This Order applies to each of the following vessels:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel that is an offshore support vessel;
(b)   a foreign vessel operating in Australian waters as an offshore support vessel.
Note   The Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2006, s 640 provides that the Navigation Act (and therefore this Order) does not apply on, and in relation to, facilities to which that Act applies (except to the extent that it relates to the transfer of persons or goods between a vessel and a facility).
[3]       Section 6, definition of Act
omit
[4]       Section 6, definition of off-shore industry vessel
omit
[5]       Section 6, paragraphs (b) and (c) of definition of operations
substitute
(b)    the coastal sea of Australia.
[6]       Section 6, notes 1 and 2
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         offshore industry mobile unit
·         offshore support vessel
·         Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
·         natural resources.
Note 2    Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         coastal sea of Australia
·         foreign vessel
·         regulated Australian vessel.
[7]       Section 7, note
omit
[8]       After section 7
insert
       7.2     An offence against subsection 7.1 is a strict liability offence.
       7.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[9]       After section 8
insert
       8.2     An offence against subsection 8.1 is a strict liability offence.
       8.3     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[10]     Further amendments                  
provision
omit
insert

Section 1
59, issue 2
59 (Offshore support vessel operations) 2011

Section 4
off-shore industry
offshore support

Section 6, definition of operations
off-shore industry
offshore support

Section 7
The
7.1        The

Section 7
off-shore industry
offshore support

Section 7
This is penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Section 8
The
8.1        The

Section 8
off-shore industry
offshore support

Section 8
This is penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.1
off-shore industry
offshore support

Subsection 9.1
operator
owner

Subsection 9.1
1, issue 2 (Administration)
1 (Administration) 2011

Subsection 9.3
off-shore industry
offshore support

Subsection 9.3, note
1, issue 2
1 (Administration) 2011

Section 10, heading
Crew members’
Seafarers’

Section 10
off-shore industry
offshore support

Section 10
person who is a crew member of
seafarer, other than the master, employed or engaged or working on

Schedule 36  Marine Order 60, issue 2
(section 3)
[1]       Section 1
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 60 (Floating offshore facilities) 2001.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order provides for the safe operation and navigation of Floating Production, Storage and Offtake Facilities (FPSOs) and Floating Storage Units (FSUs) by setting out requirements, in addition to those set out in other Orders, with which FPSOs and FSUs must comply.
1B       Power
     1B.1     Subsection 98(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made for safety certificates for a regulated Australian vessel.
     1B.2     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to that Act.
     1B.3     Subsection 339(2) of the Navigation Act provides that, without limiting subsection (1), these regulations may be about, among other matters:
(a)   the design and construction of vessels; and
(b)   the machinery and equipment to be carried on board vessels; and
(c)  the operating, maintaining, checking and testing of that machinery and equipment; and
(d)   saving life at sea; and
(e)   the maintenance, testing, survey and certification of vessels.
Note   FPSOs and FSUs are vessels — see definition of vessel in subsection 14(1) of the Navigation Act.
     1B.4     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by the regulations.
[2]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[3]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA and Chief Marine Surveyor
substitute
cargo ship safety construction certificate — see Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006.
[4]       Section 2, definitions of General Manager, IMO, Manager, penal provision, petroleum, Safety Case and SOLAS
substitute
petroleum has the same meaning as in section 7 of the Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2006.
safety case, for a vessel, means the safety case for that vessel that was accepted or taken to be accepted by the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) for the Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage (Safety) Regulations 2009.
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 including:
·         cargo vessel
·         IMO
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         natural resources
·         Navigation Act
·         offshore industry mobile unit.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         coastal sea of Australia
·         foreign vessel
·         inspector
·         marine incident
·         recognised organisation
·         regulated Australian vessel
·         safety certificate
·         seafarer
·         vessel.
[5]       Section 3
omit
3.1
[6]       Subsection 3.2
omit
[7]       Subsection 4.1
substitute
       4.1     This Order applies to each of the following vessels:
(a)   an FPSO or FSU that is a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   an FPSO or FSU that is a foreign vessel operating as an offshore industry mobile unit:
             (i)  in an Australian port; or
             (ii  entering or leaving an Australian port; or
           (iii)  in the internal waters of Australia; or
           (iv)  in the territorial sea of Australia, other than in the course of innocent passage.
[8]       Sections 5 and 6
substitute
5          Exemptions
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for an exemption of a vessel from a requirement of this Order.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may give an exemption for an FPSO or an FSU only if he or she is satisfied that:
(a)   compliance with the requirement would be unreasonable or impracticable; and
(b)   giving the exemption would not contravene SOLAS.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about exemptions and modifications:
·             making an application
·             seeking further information about an application
·             the time allowed for consideration of an application
·             imposing conditions on approval of an application
·             notification of a decision on an application
·             review of decisions.
6          Modifications
       6.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval for a modification of a requirement of the Order to apply to a vessel.
       6.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       6.3     The Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration may approve a modification of a requirement of this Order only if he or she is satisfied that:
(c)    the fitting, material, appliance, apparatus to be fitted or carried on the vessel, or the other provision to be made, is at least as effective as the requirement to which the modification is an alternative; and
(d)   approval of the modification would not contravene SOLAS.
6A       Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order, other than a decision under section 5 or 6, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note 1    A decision under section 5 or 6 is also a reviewable decision for Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 because it is mentioned in section 16 of that Order.
Note 2    For review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of decisions made under the Navigation Act about safety certificates for an FPSO or FSU — see section 313 of the Navigation Act.
[9]        Subsection 7.1
substitute
       7.1     The owner of an FPSO or FSU must ensure that the vessel has each certificate that a Marine Order requires a cargo vessel to have.
 Penalty:   50 penalty units.
[10]     After subsection 7.1
insert
    7.1A     An offence against subsection 7.1 is a strict liability offence.
     7.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[11]     After subsection 7.2
insert
    7.2A     An offence against subsection 7.2 is a strict liability offence.          
     7.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[12]     After subsection 7.4.2
insert
7.4.2A     An offence against subsection 7.4.2A is a strict liability offence.
  7.4.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.4.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[13]     Subsection 7.5
substitute
       7.5     If the safety of an FPSO, FSU or a person on board an FPSO or FSU is endangered by the occurrence of a marine incident or a defect, other than in the production operations of the FPSO or FSU, the master must report the marine incident or defect:
(a)   within 4 hours after the incident or defect happens — using the approved form for initial reporting of an incident; and
(b)   within 72 hours after the incident or defect happens — using the approved form for detailed reporting of the incident.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
Note 1   marine incident is defined in subsection 14(1) of the Navigation Act.
Note 2   It is an offence not to report a marine incident to AMSA in the approved form within the prescribed period — see section 186 of the Navigation Act.
    7.5A     An offence against subsection 7.5 is a strict liability offence.
     7.5B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[14]     After subsection 7.6
insert
       7.7     An offence against subsection 7.6 is a strict liability offence.
       7.8     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.5.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[15]     Section 8
substitute
8          Certificates of compliance
       8.1     For subsection 99(1) of the Navigation Act, a certificate of compliance is a safety certificate.
       8.2     For paragraph 100(1)(b) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for the issue of a certificate of compliance for an FPSO or FSU are as follows:
(a)   an application has been made under section 99 of the Navigation Act to the issuing body for a certificate of compliance for the FPSO or FSU;
(b) the FPSO or FSU has been surveyed in accordance with Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006;
(c)   the FPSO or FSU complies with Schedule 1.
Note   Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 sets out information about applying for safety certificates.
       8.3     A certificate of compliance is valid for the same period as the cargo ship safety construction certificate for the vessel and must be endorsed each year in the same way.
Note   For information about cargo ship safety construction certificates see Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006.
       8.4     For subsection 101(1) of the Navigation Act, the criteria for variation of a certificate of compliance for an FPSO or FSU are as follows:
(a)   a written application has been made to the issuing body setting out the kind of variation applied for;
(b)   the vessel has a cargo ship safety construction certificate issued by an issuing body;
(c)   the vessel complies with the survey requirements mentioned in Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 that apply to the vessel;
(d)   any surveys of the vessel required by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration are completed within the period mentioned in Marine Order  31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 for the survey;
(e)   the vessel complies with any condition imposed by the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       8.5     For section 102 of the Navigation Act, the criteria for revocation by an issuing body of a certificate of compliance for an FPSO or FSU are as follows:
(a)   the vessel does not comply with Schedule 1;
(b)   each required survey is not completed within the period mentioned in Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006;
(c)   the certificate is not endorsed by an issuing body in accordance with this Order;
(d)   the vessel changes its country of registration;
(e)   a criterion for revocation of a safety certificate other than a certificate of compliance issued for the FPSO or FSU is met;
(f)    a safety certificate other than a certificate of compliance issued for the FPSO or FSU is revoked.
[16]     After subsection 10.1.5
insert
  10.1.6     An offence against subsection 10.1.5 is a strict liability offence.
  10.1.7     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.1.6.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[17]     After subsection 10.2
insert
  10.2A     An offence against subsection 10.2 is a strict liability offence.
  10.2.B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[18]     After subsection 10.3
insert
  10.3A     An offence against subsection 10.3 is a strict liability offence.
   10.3B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[19]     After subsection 10.4.1
insert
10.4.1A    An offence against subsection 10.4.1 is a strict liability offence.
10.4.1B    A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.4.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[20]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 2, definitions of FPSO and FSU
ship
vessel

Section 2, definitions of FPSO and FSU
Marine Orders, Part 47,
Marine Order 47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012

Section 3
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Section 3
survey authority
recognised organisation

Section 3
Part
Order

Subsection 4.2
this Part
this Order

Subsection 4.2
Part of Marine Orders
Marine Order

Section 7,  footnote 3
classification society
recognised organisation

Section 7, footnote 3
ship
vessel

Section 7, footnote 3
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsections 7.1 and 7.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 7.2
issued under section 8 or the Safety Case
safety certificate or the safety case

Subsection 7.3
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 7.3
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 7.3
classification society
recognised organisation

Subsection 7.4.1
Part
Order

Subsection 7.4.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 7.4.1
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 7.4.2
7.4.1.
subsection 7.4.1.

Subsections 7.4.2 and 7.6
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 7.6
5 of Marine Orders, Part 31
Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006

Section 9
Manager
Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications

Section 9
Regulation  V/13
Regulation 13 of Chapter V

Section 9, footnote 4
these principles,
the principles contained in IMO Resolution A.890(21),

Subsection 10.1.5
10.1.1
subsections 10.1.1

Subsections 10.1.5, 10.2, 10.3 and 10.4.1
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Paragraph 10.3(a), footnote 5
10.3.
subsection 10.3.

Subsection 10.4, heading
Crew members’
Seafarers’

Subsection 10.4.1
Every crew member
Each seafarer

Subsection 10.4.1
10.3.
subsection 10.3.

Appendix, heading
Appendix Requirements
Schedule 1   Requirements                                     (section 8)

Appendix, subclauses 1.2, 2.1.3, 2.3.2, 2.5.1 and 2.7.2
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Appendix, clause 3
Marine Orders, Part 27
Marine Order 27 (Radio equipment) 2009

Appendix, clause 4
ship’s
vessel’s

 
[21]     Further amendments — footnotes
footnote
instruction

3
Relocate as a note at the foot of section 7

4
Relocate as a note at the foot of section 9

5
Relocate as a note at the foot of subsection 10.3

6
Relocate as a note at the foot of Appendix, subclause 1.3

Note   Footnotes not mentioned in this item are omitted as a consequence of the text to which they relate being omitted.
Schedule 37  Marine Order 62, issue 1
(section 3)
[1]       Sections 1 to 3
substitute
1          Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 62 (Government vessels) 2003.
1A       Purpose
                 This Order sets out requirements about the following matters to be complied with by Government vessels to which the Navigation Act applies:
(a)   survey requirements;
(b)   certification requirements;
(c)   logbook requirements;
(d)   carriage of dangerous goods;
(e)   stowage and carriage of cargo.
Note 1   For the kinds of Government vessels to which the Navigation Act does not apply (eg navy vessels) — see section 10 of the Act.
Note 2   AMSA or the Minister may exempt Government vessels from some or all of the Navigation Act and specify conditions for the exemption — see section 334 of the Navigation Act. An exemption is not a legislative instrument  — see subsection 334(4) of the Act.
2          Power
       2.1     Subsection 98(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to be made for safety certificates.
       2.2     Subsection 130 provides for regulations to be made for pollution certificates.
       2.3     Subsection 112(4) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about the carriage of cargo on a vessel.
       2.4     Subsection 112(5) provides that the regulations may provide for the loading, stowing or carriage of cargo in vessels.
       2.5     Subsection 112(6) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about the carriage of dangerous goods.
       2.6     Subsection 309(2) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about the keeping of logbooks.
       2.7     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations about official logbooks to be kept by the masters of regulated Australian vessels.
       2.8     Subsection 342 of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders about any matter about which regulations may be made.
3          Definitions
                 In this Order:
length, for a vessel, has the same meaning as in the International Convention on Load Lines, 1966, as amended by the Protocol of 1988 relating to the International Convention on Load Lines, 1966.
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         USL Code
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         Government vessel
·         vessel.
[2]       Subsection 4.1
substitute
       4.1     This Order applies to a regulated Australian vessel:
(a)   that belongs to the Commonwealth or an agency of Commonwealth; or
(b)   the beneficial interest in which is vested in the Commonwealth or an agency of the Commonwealth; or
(c)   that is for the time being demised or sub‑demised to, or in the exclusive possession of, the Commonwealth or an agency of the Commonwealth.
Note 1   For the kinds of Government vessels to which the Navigation Act does not apply (eg navy vessels) — see section 10 of the Act.
Note 2    AMSA has exempted under section 334 of the Navigation Act certain Government vessels to which the Act applies from some provisions of the Act and other Marine Orders. A copy of the AMSA Government vessels Exemption 2012 (No.1) is available on the AMSA website at http://www.amsa.gov.au together with a copy of this Order. The exemption is subject to the condition that each exempt vessel complies with this Order.
[3]       Section 5, footnote 3
substitute as note at foot of section 5
Note   For requirements for the log-book for a Government vessel of 24 metres or more in length — see Marine Order 11 (Living and working conditions on vessels) 2012.
[4]       Subsection 6.1, footnote 4
substitute as note at foot of subsection 6.1
Note   For survey requirements for a Government vessel of 24 metres or more in length — see Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification)  2006.
[5]       Subsection 6.3
substitute
       6.3     Subject to subsection 6.4, the master of a Government vessel of less than 24 metres in length may take the vessel to sea only if there is in force for the vessel each safety certificate that is required for the vessel under a Marine Order.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.
[6]       After subsection 6.4
insert
       6.5     An offence against subsection 6.3 is a strict liability offence.
       6.6     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 6.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[7]       Section 7, footnote 6
substitute as note at foot of section 7
Note   Marine Order 41 (Carriage of dangerous goods) 2009 provides for the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration to modify a requirement, or to exempt a vessel from a requirement in appropriate circumstances.
[8]       Appendix 1
omit
[9]       Appendix 2
omit
            Occurrences
(such as a grounding, a collision, fire, flooding, damage to hull/machinery or any other dangerous occurrence)
Events specified in s.268 of the Navigation Act 1912
insert
            Marine incidents
(See the definition of marine incident in subsection 14(1) of the Navigation Act 2012 for the kinds of incidents to be reported. These include the death or serious injury of a person, the loss of a vessel, the collision, grounding, sinking, or capsizing of a vessel, a fire on board a vessel and any event that results in or could have resulted in, the death, injury or loss of a person on board).
[10]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 4.2
this Part
this Order

Subsection 4.2
Part of Marine Orders
Marine Order

Section 5
subsection 171(1)
section 309

Section 5
prescribed
approved

Section 5
Appendix  2
Schedule 1

Sections 5 and 6
Commonwealth ship
Government vessel

Subsection 6.1
6.2
subsection 6.2

Subsection 6.2
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 6.2
operator
owner

Subsection 6.2
Chief Marine Surveyor
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 6.4
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 6.4
6.1
subsection 6.1

Subsection 6.4
6.2
subsection 6.2

Sections 7 and 8
Commonwealth ship
Government vessel

Section 7
Marine Orders, Part 41
Marine Order 41 (Carriage of dangerous goods) 2009

Paragraph 8(a)
Marine Orders, Part 42
Marine Order 42 (Cargo stowage and securing) 2003

Paragraph 8(b)
ship
vessel

Appendix 2
Appendix 2
Schedule 1

Appendix 2
1912
2012

Schedule 38  Marine Order 91, issue 5
(section 3)
[1]       Subsection 1.2.1, second sentence
substitute
                 Paragraph 340(1)(c) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations to give effect to MARPOL.
[2]       After subsection 1.2.1
insert
1.2.1A     Subsection 130(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision about pollution certificates.
  1.2.1B     Subsection 314(3) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may prescribe various matters about certificates, including the time when certificates, variations of certificates and revocation of certificates come into force.
  1.2.1C     Subsection 341(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the imposition of penalties and civil penalties for a contravention of the regulations or a notice, order, direction or instruction given, issued or made under, or in force because of, the regulations.
[3]       Subsection 1.2.3
substitute
    1.2.3     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by regulation.
    1.2.4     Subsection 34(1) of the Pollution Prevention Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision may be made by regulation.
[4]       Section 2, definition of Area Manager
omit
[5]       Section 2, definition of IOPP certificate, including the note
substitute
IOPP certificate (or International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate) means:
(a)   a pollution certificate relating to vessel construction or equipment issued under section 132 of the Navigation Act; or
(b)   a certificate relating to Annex I issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act.
[6]       Section 2, definition of STCW Code
omit
[7]       Section 2, note 1
omit
[8]       Section 2, note 2
omit
·         penal provision
[9]       Section 2, after note 3
insert
Note 4   Some expressions used in this Order are defined in the Pollution Prevention Act, including:
·         Australian ship
·         foreign ship.
Note 5   Most provisions of this Order are expressed using terms used in the Navigation Act (eg vessel).  However, some provisions of this Order that are made solely under the Pollution Prevention Act use terms used in that Act (eg ship and Australian ship).  An example of a provision using terms used in the Pollution Prevention Act is subsection 4.2.
[10]     Subsection 4.1
omit everything after
applies
insert
                 to:
(a)   a non-foreign vessel:
             (i)  to which Annex I is expressed to apply; or
            (ii)  owned or operated by the Commonwealth and used, for the time being, on government non-commercial service; and
(b)   a foreign vessel to which Annex I is expressed to apply.
Note 1   The legislation mentioned in subsection 4.1 provides, in effect, that this Order does not apply to certain vessels to which MARPOL applies because of a law of a State or the Northern Territory or the Maritime Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law.
Note 2   A provision of this Order made under the Navigation Act affects foreign vessels only to the extent that it is expressed to apply to foreign vessels.
[11]     After subsection 4.1
insert
    4.1A     For subsection 4.1, each of the following is a non-foreign vessel:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a domestic commercial vessel;
(c)   a recreational vessel that has Australian nationality.
[12]     Section 6
substitute
6          Review of decisions
       6.1     A decision under this Order, other than a decision under section 5 or 5A, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note 1   A decision under section 5 or 5A is a reviewable decision for Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 because it is mentioned in section 16 of that Order.
Note   Section 313 of the Navigation Act provides for review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of decisions under sections 132, 133 and 134 of the Act relating to pollution certificates.
[13]     Subsection 8.8.3, note
substitute
    8.8.4     An offence against subsection 8.8.3 is a strict liability offence.
    8.8.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.8.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
    8.8.6     If the vessel is at sea or at a port outside Australia, the report mentioned in subsection 8.8.3 must be made to the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration, through the Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) Australia.
Note   Contact details for the RCC are provided in Form MO-91/2, set out in Schedule 1.
    8.8.7     If the vessel is at a port outside Australia, the master must also report the accident or defect to the appropriate authority of the country where the port is situated.
[14]     Subsection 9.1
substitute
9.1       Preliminary matters about IOPP certificates
    9.1.1     For subsection 130(3) of the Navigation Act (which enables the regulations to provide that specified vessels are required to have specified pollution certificates), a non-foreign vessel to which this Order applies must have a pollution certificate that is an IOPP certificate.
    9.1.2     For subsection 131(1) of the Navigation Act (which enables a person to apply to an issuing body for a pollution certificate of a kind specified in the regulations), an IOPP certificate is specified for a non-foreign vessel to which this Order applies.
    9.1.3     For paragraph 340(1)(c) of the Navigation Act (which enables the regulations to give effect to MARPOL), a foreign vessel to which this Order applies must have a certificate issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act that is an IOPP certificate.
    9.1.4     For section 132 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the issue of a pollution certificate) and paragraph 314(3)(a) of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the issue of any kind of certificate), the criteria for the issue of an IOPP certificate for a vessel are that the vessel:
(a)   complies with the provisions of Annex I mentioned in section 7; and
(b)   has been surveyed in accordance with section 8; and
(c)   complies with the requirements that apply to it under section 8.
    9.1.5     For section 133 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the variation of a pollution certificate) and paragraph 314(3)(a) of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the variation of any kind of certificate), the criteria for variation of an IOPP certificate for a vessel are that:
(a)   the vessel has been surveyed in accordance with section 8; and
(b)   the vessel complies with the requirements that apply to it under section 8; and
(c)   the variation is in accordance with subsections 9.4 and 9.5.
    9.1.6     For subsection 132(2) of the Navigation Act (which provides that a pollution certificate is subject to the conditions (if any) prescribed by the regulations), the conditions mentioned in subsection 8.8 are prescribed.
    9.1.7     The form of an IOPP certificate is the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate set out in Appendix II of Annex I.
[15]     Subsection 9.2
omit
ceasing to have effect at an earlier date in accordance with section 267D or section 267F of the Navigation Act.
insert
earlier revoked.
[16]     Subsection 9.2, at the foot
insert
Note   See section 9.4 for circumstances in which an IOPP certificate may be varied to extend its period of validity.
[17]     Subsection 9.4, heading
substitute
9.4       Variation of certificate to extend validity
[18]     Subsection 9.6, including the note
substitute
9.6       Criteria for revocation of certificate
                 For section 134 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the revocation of a pollution certificate), the criteria for revocation of an IOPP certificate for a vessel are that:
(a)   the surveys required by section 8 are not completed within the periods required by section 8; or
(a)   a survey required by section 8 at a particular time is not completed when required by section 8; or
(b)   the certificate is not endorsed in accordance with subsection 8.7; or
(c)   the vessel becomes, or stops being, a registered Australian vessel.
Note   A new certificate for a vessel that becomes, or stops being, a regulated Australian vessel will not be issued until an issuing body is satisfied that the vessel complies with the requirements of Annex I.
[19]     Subsections 10.1 to 10.3
substitute
10.1     Form of certificate issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act
                 A certificate issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act that relates to Annex I must be in the form of the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate set out in Appendix II of Annex I.
Note   The form of the certificate is the same for both non-foreign and foreign vessels.
10.2     Reporting of alterations to vessels
                 For paragraph 137(1)(c) of the Navigation Act, the period within which AMSA and a recognised organisation must be informed of an alteration to a vessel is 7 days after the alteration is made.
Note 1   An approved form for subsection 10.2 is available from AMSA’s website: http://www.amsa.gov.au.  For convenience, the approved form is reproduced in Schedule 1 as Form MO — 91/1.
Note 2   For other reporting requirements — see Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003, sections 18 and 19.
10.3     Marine incidents
                 For paragraph (l) of the definition of marine incident in subsection 14(1) of the Navigation Act, an incident that causes damage to a vessel to an extent that may affect compliance with the requirements of an IOPP certificate in force for the vessel is prescribed.
Note 1   The owner of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA— see s185 of the Navigation Act. The master of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA — see s186 of the Navigation Act. Section 13A of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 prescribes matters for these reports.
Note 2   For serving documents if there is no master of a vessel — see section 328 of the Navigation Act.
[20]     Subsection 11.7
substitute
11.7     Condition Assessment Scheme  
                 For this Order, a reference in the Condition Assessment Scheme to the Administration is to be read as a reference to the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
[21]     Schedule 1 Form MO—91/1
substitute
AUSTRALIA
Form MO–91/1
Marine Order 91 (Marine pollution prevention — oil) 2006
NOTICE OF ALTERATION TO A VESSEL
To: Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
Area Manager, Ship Safety Division, ..............................
Recognised organisation that issued the certificate
 
PARTICULARS TO BE NOTIFIED
1.   Name of vessel.
2.   Official number (if any).
3.   Home port/port of registry.
4.   Call sign.
5.   Name of owner(s) or agent.
6.   Address of principal place of business of owner or agent in Australia.
7.   Date of issue and reference number of International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate.
8.   Description of nature and extent of alteration to the vessel (including date(s on which alterations, were commenced and completed).
9. Name and address of person or corporation effecting alteration
10. Reason(s) for, or cause(s) of, alteration.
11. Particulars of changes in the construction of the vessel.
12. Additional information (if any) affecting the compliance of the vessel with the provisions of Annex I (MARPOL).
…...............................................
(signature of master or owner)
........................................
(date)
 
[22]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1A
91, issue 5
91 (Marine pollution prevention — oil) 2006

Subsection 1.1.2
Division 12 of Part IV
Chapter 4

Subsection 1.2.1
425(1)
339(1)

Section 2, note 2
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Section 2, note 2
·         AMSA
·         Area Manager

Section 2, note 2
Maritime Operations
Ship Safety

Section 2, note 2
·         SOLAS.
·         SOLAS
·         STCW Code.

Section 2, note 3
·         STCW Convention
·         survey authority
·         surveyor.
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         recognised organisation (for organisations that have been prescribed for the definition — see Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011)
·         STCW Convention.

Subsection 3.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 3.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 4.1
subsection 267(2)
section 12

Section 5
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 5.1
ship
vessel

Section 5A
(Administration)
(Administration) 2011

Subsection 5A.4
ship
vessel

Section 7
ship
vessel

Section 8
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.8.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.4.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.4.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 9.4.3
an Australian ship
a non-foreign vessel

Subsection 9.4.3
the ship
the vessel

Subsection 9.4.3
a ship
a vessel

Subsection 9.4.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.4.5, note
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.6
ships
vessels

Schedule 39  Marine Orders Part 93, issue 5
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 93 (Marine pollution prevention — noxious liquid substances) 2006.
[2]       After subsection 1.2.1
insert
1.2.1A     Subsection 130(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision about pollution certificates.
  1.2.1B     Subsection 314(3) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may prescribe various matters about certificates, including the time when certificates, variations of certificates and revocation of certificates come into force.
  1.2.1C     Subsection 341(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the imposition of penalties and civil penalties for a contravention of the regulations or a notice, order, direction or instruction given, issued or made under, or in force because of, the regulations.
[3]       Subsection 1.2.3
substitute
    1.2.3     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by regulation.
    1.2.4     Subsection 34(1) of the Pollution Prevention Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision may be made by regulation.
[4]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[5]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA, Area Manager, General Manager and IMO
omit
[6]       Section 2, definition of IPP certificate
substitute
IPP certificate (or International Pollution Prevention Certificate for the Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk) means:
(a)   a pollution certificate relating to carriage of noxious liquids or oil issued under section 132 of the Navigation Act; or
(b)   a certificate relating to Annex II issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act.
[7]       Section 2, definitions of Manager, Environmental Protection Standards, Manager, Ship Inspections, MARPOL, Navigation Act, penal provision, Pollution Prevention Act, survey authority and surveyor
omit
[8]       Section 2, at the foot
insert
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         Area Manager
·         General Manager, Emergency Response Division
·         General Manager, Marine Environment Division
·         General Manager, Ship Safety Division
·         IMO
·         Manager, Marine Environment Standards
·         Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
·         Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
·         MARPOL
·         Navigation Act
·         Pollution Prevention Act.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act or Pollution Prevention Act, including, in the Navigation Act:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         master.
·         recognised organisation (for organisations that have been prescribed for the definition — see Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011);
and in the Pollution Prevention Act:
·         Australian ship
·         foreign ship.
Note 3   Most provisions of this Order are expressed using terms used in the Navigation Act (for example, vessel).  However, some provisions of this Order that are made solely under the Pollution Prevention Act use terms used in that Act (for example, ship and Australian ship).  An example of a provision using terms used in the Pollution Prevention Act is subsection 4.2.
Note 4   Information on obtaining copies of IMO Resolutions or other documents mentioned in this Order is available on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au or by email to international.relations@amsa.gov.au.
[9]       Subsection 3.4
omit
[10]     Subsection 4.1
omit everything after
applies
insert
                 to:
(a)   a non-foreign vessel:
             (i)  to which Annex II is expressed to apply; or
            (ii)  owned or operated by the Commonwealth and used, for the time being, on government non-commercial service; and
(b)   a foreign vessel to which Annex II is expressed to apply.
Note 1   The legislation mentioned in subsection 4.1 provides, in effect, that this Order does not apply to certain vessels to which MARPOL applies because of a law of a State or the Northern Territory or the Maritime Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law.
Note 2   A provision of this Order made under the Navigation Act affects foreign vessels only to the extent that it is expressed to apply to foreign vessels.
[11]     After subsection 4.1
insert
    4.1A     For subsection 4.1, each of the following is a non-foreign vessel:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a domestic commercial vessel;
(c)   a recreational vessel that has Australian nationality.
[12]     After section 4
insert
4A       Vessels not required to have pollution certificate
                 For sections 135 and 136 of the Navigation Act, a vessel for which a certificate of fitness mentioned in the BCH Code or the IBC Code is in force is not required to have an IPP Certificate.
[13]     Sections 5 and 6
substitute
5          Equivalents
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use, see subsection 5.4.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The decision maker may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative.
       5.4     For this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, for a vessel, its equipment or cargo as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   for a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus — fitting or carrying it in or on a vessel; and
(b)   for an arrangement or procedure — making the arrangement or following the procedure.
Note 1   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
Note 2   Under subsection 334(1) of the Navigation Act, the Minister or AMSA may exempt a vessel or person from the application of the Navigation Act or a provision of the Navigation Act.
6          Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order, other than a decision under section 5, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note 1    A decision under section 5 is also a reviewable decision for Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 because it is mentioned in section 16 of that Order.
Note 2   For review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of decisions made under the Navigation Act — see section 313 of the Navigation Act.
[14]     After subsection 8.8.3
insert
    8.8.4     An offence against subsection 8.8.3 is a strict liability offence.
    8.8.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.8.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
    8.8.6     If the vessel is at sea or at a port outside Australia, the report mentioned in subsection 8.8.3 must be made to the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration, through the Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) Australia.
Note   Contact details for the RCC are provided in Form MO-93/2, set out in Schedule 1.
    8.8.7     If the vessel is at a port outside Australia, the master must, in addition to reporting under subsection 8.8.3, report the accident or defect to the appropriate authority of the country where the port is situated.
[15]     Subsection 9.1
substitute
9.1       Preliminary matters about IPP certificates
    9.1.1     For subsection 130(3) of the Navigation Act (which enables the regulations to provide that specified vessels are required to have specified pollution certificates), a vessel to which this Order applies must have an IPP certificate.
    9.1.2     For subsection 131(1) of the Navigation Act (which enables a person to apply to an issuing body for a pollution certificate of a kind specified in the regulations), an IPP certificate is specified for a vessel to which this Order applies.
    9.1.3     For section 132 of the Navigation Act (which enable criteria to be prescribed for the issue of a pollution certificate), the criteria for issue of an IPP certificate for a vessel are that the vessel:
(b)   has been surveyed in accordance with section 8; and
(c)   complies with the requirements that apply to it under section 8.
    9.1.4     For section 133 of the Navigation Act (which enable criteria to be prescribed for the variation of a pollution certificate), the criteria for variation of an IPP certificate for a vessel are that:
(a)   the vessel has been surveyed in accordance with section 8; and
(b)   complies with the requirements that apply to it under section 8; and
(c)   the variation is in accordance with subsections 9.4 and 9.5.
    9.1.5     The form of an IPP certificate is the International Pollution Prevention Certificate for the Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk set out in Appendix III of Annex II.
[16]     Subsection 9.2
omit
ceasing to have effect at an earlier date in accordance with section 267S or section 267U of the Navigation Act.
insert
earlier revoked.
[17]     Subsection 9.2, at the foot
insert
Note   See subsection 9.4 for circumstances in which an IPP certificate may be varied to extend its period of validity.
[18]     Subsection 9.4, heading
substitute
9.4       Variation of certificate to extend validity
[19]     Subsection 9.6, including the note
substitute
9.6       Criteria for revocation of certificate
                 For section 134 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the revocation of a pollution certificate), the criteria for revocation of an IPP certificate for a vessel are that:
(a)   a survey required by section 8 at a particular time is not completed when required by section 8; or
(b)   the certificate is not endorsed in accordance with subsection 8.7; or
(c)   the vessel becomes, or stops being, a registered Australian vessel.
Note   A new certificate for a vessel that becomes, or stops being, a regulated Australian vessel will not be issued until an issuing body is  satisfied that the vessel complies with the requirements of Annex II.
[20]     Subsections 10.1 to 10.3
substitute
10.1     Form of certificate issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act
                 A certificate issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act that relates to Annex II must be in the form of the International Pollution Prevention Certificate set out in Appendix III of Annex II.
Note   The form of the certificate is the same for both non-foreign and foreign vessels.
10.2     Reporting of alterations to vessels
                 For paragraph 137(1)(c) of the Navigation Act, the period within which AMSA and a recognised organisation must be informed of an alteration to a vessel is 7 days after the alteration is made.
Note 1   An approved form for subsection 10.2 is available from AMSA’s website: http://www.amsa.gov.au. For convenience, the approved form is reproduced in Schedule 1 as Form MO 93/1.
Note 2   For other reporting requirements — see Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003, sections 18 and 19.
10.3     Marine incidents
                 For paragraph (l) of the definition of marine incident in subsection 14(1) of the Navigation Act, an incident that causes damage to a vessel to an extent that may affect compliance with the requirements of an IPP certificate in force for the vessel is prescribed.
Note 1   The owner of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA — see s185 of the Navigation Act. The master of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA — see s186 of the Navigation Act. Section 13A of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 prescribes matters for these reports.
Note 2   For serving documents if there is no master of a vessel — see section 328 of the Navigation Act.
[21]     Appendix, Forms MO — 93/1 and MO — 93/2
omit
Marine Orders, Part 93 (Marine Pollution Prevention —Noxious Liquid Substances)
insert
Marine Order 93 (Marine pollution prevention — noxious liquid substances) 2006
[22]     Appendix, Form MO—93/1
omit
To:       *Manager, Ship Inspections
*Area Manager, Maritime Operations - ...............
insert
To:       Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
Area Manager, Ship Safety Division — ...............
Recognised organisation that issued the certificate
[23]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.1.1, footnote 1
Marine Orders, Part 17
Marine Order 17 (Liquefied gas carriers and chemical tankers) 2006

Subsection 1.1.2
The Part
This Order

Subsection 1.1.2
Division 12A of Part IV
Chapter 4

Subsection 1.2.1
425(1)
339(1)

Section 2, definitions of BCH Code and IBC Code
Marine Orders, Part 17 (Liquefied Gas Carriers and Chemical Tankers);
Marine Order 17 (Liquefied gas carriers and chemical tankers) 2006.

Subsection 3.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 3.2
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 3.3
Part
Order

Subsection 3.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 4.1
subsection 267N(2)
section 12

Subsection 4.1
Part
Order

Subsection 7.2
Part
Order

Section 8
ship
vessel

Section 8
ship’s
vessel’s

Paragraph 8.1(b)
provisions
subsections

Subsection 8.5
8.2
subsection 8.2

Subsection 8.5
8.8
subsection 8.8

Subsection 8.6
8.8.3
subsection 8.8.3

Subsection 8.8.2
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 8.8.3
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 8.8.3
8.6
subsection 8.6

Subsection 8.8.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Paragraph 9.2(b)
9.3
subsection 9.3

Subsection 9.3
in 9.2
mentioned in subsection 9.2

Subsection 9.4
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsections 9.4.2 and 9.4.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.4.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 9.4.3
an Australian ship
a non-foreign vessel

Subsection 9.4.3
a ship
a vessel

Subsection 9.4.3
the ship
the vessel

Subsection 9.4.4
9.4.1
subsection 9.4.1

Subsection 9.4.5
9.3
subsection 9.3

Subsection 9.4.5, footnote 11
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.5
provision 8
section 8

Paragraph 10.4.2(a)
Maritime Operations
Ship Safety Division

Paragraph 10.4.2(b)
Maritime Safety and Environmental Strategy
Marine Environment Division

Paragraph 10.4.2(c)
Response
Response Division

Paragraph 10.4.3(a)
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Paragraph 10.4.4(a)
Maritime Operations
Ship Safety Division

Paragraph 10.4.4(b)
Response
Response Division

Subsection 10.5, note
the Appendix
Schedule 1

Subsection 10.6.1
the Appendix
Schedule 1

Subsection 11.1
Part
Order

Subsection 11.2.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Paragraphs 11.2.1(b) and (c)
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subparagraph 11.2.1(c)(i)
an Australian registered ship
a non-foreign vessel

Subparagraph 11.2.1(c)(ii)
foreign registered ship
foreign vessel

Paragraph 11.2.1(d)
a surveyor
an inspector

Paragraph 11.2.1(d)
190
254

Subsection 11.2.2
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 11.2.2
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.2.2
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 11.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 11.3
ships
vessels

Appendix, heading
Appendix
Schedule 1

Appendix, Form MO—93/1
AN AUSTRALIAN SHIP
A VESSEL

Appendix, Form MO—93/1
ship
vessel

Appendix, Form MO—93/2
Maritime Operations
Ship Safety Division

Appendix, Form MO—93/2
Response
Response Division

[24]     Further amendments — footnotes
footnote
instruction

1
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 1.1.1

9
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 7.1

10
Omit

11
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 9.4.5

12
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 9.6

13
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 10.5

14
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 10.9.1

15
Re-locate as a note at the foot of subsection 11.1

Note   Footnotes not mentioned in this item are omitted as a consequence of the text to which they relate being omitted.
[25]     Further amendments — definitions
                 Each definition in section 2 (other than the definition of IPP certificate) is amended by:
(a)   omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
Schedule 40  Marine Orders Part 94, issue 5
(section 3)
[1]       Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 94 (Marine pollution prevention — packaged harmful substances) 2009.
[2]       Subsection 1.2.1
substitute
    1.2.1     Subsection 339(1) of the Navigation Act provides for regulations prescribing matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Act.
1.2.1A     Paragraph 340(1)(c) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may give effect to MARPOL.
[3]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[4]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA and Deputy CEO
omit
[5]       Section 2, definition of IMDG Code
substitute
IMDG Code means the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
Note   The IMDG Code as currently in force is available from the IMO website at http://www.imo.org. Information about the IMDG Code as currently in force is available in a Marine Notice on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au.
[6]       Section 2, definitions of IMO, MARPOL, penal provision, surveyor, the Navigation Act and the Pollution Prevention Act
omit
[7]       Section 2, note at the foot
substitute
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
·         IMO
·         MARPOL
·         Navigation Act
·         Pollution Prevention Act.
Note 2   Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
Note 3   Information on obtaining copies of IMO resolutions and documents referred to in this Order is available from AMSA on AMSA’s website at http://www.amsa.gov.au or by email to international.relations@amsa.gov.au.
[8]       Section 3
omit
[9]       Section 4
omit everything after
applies
insert
                 to:
(a)   a non-foreign vessel:
             (i)  to which Annex III is expressed to apply; or
            (ii)  owned or operated by the Commonwealth and used, for the time being, on government non-commercial service; and
(b)   a foreign vessel to which Annex III is expressed to apply.
Note   The legislation mentioned provides, in effect, that this Order does not apply to certain vessels to which MARPOL applies because of a law of a State or the Northern Territory or the Maritime Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law.
       4.2     For subsection 4.1, each of the following is a non-foreign vessel:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a domestic commercial vessel;
(c)   a recreational vessel that has Australian nationality.
[10]     Section 5
substitute
5          Review of decisions
                 A decision under section 8 is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
[11]     After subsection 8.2.3
insert
    8.2.4     An offence against subsection 8.2.3 is a strict liability offence.
    8.2.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.2.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[12]     Further amendments — definitions
                 Each definition in section 2 (other than the definition of IMDG Code) is amended by:
(a)   omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
[13]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Marine Order

Subsection 1.1.2
The Part
This Order

Subsection 1.1.2
Division 12B of Part IV
Chapter 4

Subsection 1.2.3
Subsection 425(1AA)
Subsection 342(1)

Section 4
Subject
4.1       Subject

Section 4
subsection 267ZB(2)
section 12

Section 4
Part
Order

Subsection 6.1
subsection 267ZC
paragraph 340(1)(c)

Section 6, note
surveyor
inspector

Subsection 7.4.1
the Appendix
Schedule 1

Section 8
ship
vessel

Section 8
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:   50 penalty units.

Subsection 8.1, heading
ships
foreign vessels

Subsection 8.1
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 8.1
the surveyor
the inspector

Subsection 8.2, heading
ships
foreign vessels

Subsection 8.2.1
A surveyor
An inspector

Subsection 8.2.1
8.1
subsection 8.1

Subsection 8.2.2
surveyor
inspector

Subsection 8.2.3
8.2.1
subsection 8.2.1

Appendix, heading
Appendix
Marine Pollutants Report Form
Schedule 1      Marine Pollutants Report Form

Schedule 41  Marine Orders Part 96, issue 2
(section 3)
 [1]      Before section 1
insert
1A       Name of Order
                 This Order is Marine Order 96 (Marine pollution prevention — sewage) 2009.
[2]       After subsection 1.2.1
insert
1.2.1A     Subsection 130(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision about pollution certificates.
  1.2.1B     Subsection 314(3) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may prescribe various matters about certificates, including the time when certificates, variations of certificates and revocation of certificates come into force.
  1.2.1C     Subsection 341(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the imposition of penalties and civil penalties for a contravention of the regulations or a notice, order, direction or instruction given, issued or made under, or in force because of, the regulations.
[3]       Subsection 1.2.3
substitute
    1.2.3     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by regulation.
    1.2.4     Subsection 34(1) of the Pollution Prevention Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision may be made by regulation.
[4]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
                 In this Order:
[5]       Section 2, definitions of AMSA, Australian ship, Deputy CEO, IMO, Manager, Ship Inspections, MARPOL and penal provision
omit
[6]       Section 2, definition of sewage certificate
substitute
ISPP certificate (or International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate) means:
(a)   a pollution certificate relating to sewage issued under section 132 of the Navigation Act; or
(b)   a certificate relating to Annex IV issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act.
[7]       Section 2, definitions of survey authority, the Navigation Act and the Pollution Prevention Act
omit
[8]       Section 2, at the foot
insert
Note 1   Some terms used in this Order are defined in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, including:
•      Area Manager
•      General Manager, Maritime Operations Division
•      General Manager, Marine Environment Division
•      General Manager, Ship Safety Division
•      IMO
•      Manager, Marine Environment Standards
•      Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
•      Manager, Ship Operations and Qualifications
•      MARPOL
•      Navigation Act
•      Pollution Prevention Act.
Note 2    Other terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act or Pollution Prevention Act including, in the Navigation Act:
•      AMSA
•          inspector
•          recognised organisation (for organisations that have been prescribed for the definition — see Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011)
•          regulated Australian vessel.
Note 3    Most provisions of this Order are expressed using terms used in the Navigation Act (for example, vessel).  However, some provisions of this Order that are made solely under the Pollution Prevention Act use terms used in that Act (for example, ship).  An example of a provision using terms used in the Pollution Prevention Act is subsection 10.4.
Note 4   There is information on obtaining copies of IMO resolutions and documents mentioned in this Order on AMSA’s website at http:/www.amsa.gov.au or by email at international relations@amsa.gov.au.
[9]       Section 3
omit
[10]     Subsection 4.1
omit everything after
applies
insert
                 to:
(a)   a non-foreign vessel:
             (i)  to which Annex IV is expressed to apply; or
            (ii)  owned or operated by the Commonwealth and used, for the time being, on government non-commercial service; and
(b)   a foreign vessel to which Annex IV is expressed to apply.
Note 1   The legislation mentioned in subsection 4.1 provides, in effect, that this Order does not apply to certain vessels to which MARPOL applies because of a law of a State or the Northern Territory or the Maritime Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law.
Note 2   A provision of this Order made under the Navigation Act affects foreign vessels only to the extent that it is expressed to apply to foreign vessels.
[11]     Subsection 4.2
substitute
       4.2     For subsection 4.1, each of the following is a non-foreign vessel:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a domestic commercial vessel;
(c)   a recreational vessel that has Australian nationality.
[12]     Sections 5 and 6
substitute
5          Equivalents
       5.1     A person may apply, in accordance with the application process set out in Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011, for approval to use an equivalent.
Note   For definitions of equivalent and use — see subsection 5.4.
       5.2     The decision maker for the application is the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration.
       5.3     The decision maker may approve use of an equivalent only if he or she is satisfied that use of the equivalent would be at least as effective as compliance with the requirement to which the equivalent is an alternative.
       5.4     For this section:
equivalent means:
(a)   a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that could be fitted or carried in a vessel as an alternative to a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus that a provision of this Order requires to be fitted or carried in the vessel; or
(b)   an arrangement that could be made, or a procedure that could be followed, for a vessel, its equipment or cargo as an alternative to a requirement of this Order.
use, of an equivalent, includes:
(a)   for a fitting, material, appliance or apparatus — fitting or carrying it in or on a vessel; and
(b)   for an arrangement or procedure — making the arrangement or following the procedure.
Note   Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 deals with the following matters about equivalents:
·         making an application
·         seeking further information about an application
·         the time allowed for consideration of an application
·         imposing conditions on approval of an application
·         notification of a decision on an application
·         review of decisions.
6          Review of decisions
                 A decision under this Order, other than a decision under section 5, is taken to be a reviewable decision for section 18 of Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011.
Note 1   A decision under section 5 is also a reviewable decision for Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011 because it is mentioned in section 16 of that Order.
Note 2   Section 313 of the Navigation Act provides for review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of decisions under sections 132, 133 and 134 of the Act relating to pollution certificates.
[13]     Subsection 8.5.3, note
omit
[14]     After subsection 8.5.3
insert
    8.5.4     An offence against subsection 8.5.3 is a strict liability offence.
    8.5.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 8.5.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
    8.5.6     If the vessel is at sea or at a port outside Australia, the report mentioned in subsection 8.5.3 must be made through the Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) Australia (telephone +61 2 6230 6811; fax +61 2 6230 6868).
    8.5.7     If the vessel is at a port outside Australia, the master must also report the accident or defect to the appropriate authority of the country where the port is situated.
[15]     Subsection 9.1
substitute
9.1       Preliminary matters about ISPP certificates
    9.1.1     For subsection 130(3) of the Navigation Act (which enables the regulations to provide that specified vessels are required to have specified pollution certificates), a vessel to which this Order applies must have an ISPP certificate.
    9.1.2     For subsection 131(1) of the Navigation Act (which enables a person to apply to an issuing body for a pollution certificate of a kind specified in the regulations), an ISPP certificate is specified for a vessel to which this Order applies.
    9.1.3     For section 132 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the issue of a pollution certificate), the criteria for the issue of an ISPP certificate for a vessel are that the vessel:
(a)   complies with Regulation 4 of Annex IV; and
(b)   has been surveyed in accordance with section 8; and
(c)   complies with the requirements that apply to it under section 8.
    9.1.4     For section 133 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the variation of a pollution certificate), the criteria for variation of an ISPP certificate for a vessel are that:
(a)   the vessel has been surveyed in accordance with section 8; and
(b)   the vessel complies with the requirements that apply to it under section 8; and
(c)   the variation is in accordance with subsection 9.4.
    9.1.5     The form of an ISPP certificate is the International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate set out in the Appendix to Annex IV.
Note   A new certificate for a ship transferring to the Australian flag will not be issued until an issuing body is satisfied that the ship complies with Annex IV.
[16]     Subsection 9.2
omit
ceasing to have effect at an earlier date in accordance with section 267ZJ or section 267ZL of the Navigation Act.
insert
earlier revoked.
Note   See subsection 9.4 for circumstances in which an ISPP certificate may be varied to extend its period of validity.
[17]     Subsection 9.4, heading
substitute
9.4       Variation of certificate to extend validity
[18]     Subsection 9.5
substitute
9.5       Criteria for revocation of certificate
                 For section 134 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the revocation of a pollution certificate), the criteria for revocation of an ISPP certificate for a vessel are that:
(a)   a survey required by section 8 at a particular time is not completed when required by section 8; or
(b)   the vessel to which it applies ceases to be registered in Australia.
[19]     Subsections 10.1 and 10.2
substitute
10.1     Reporting of alterations to vessels
                 For paragraph 137(1)(c) of the Navigation Act, the period within which an issuing body must be informed of an alteration to a vessel is 7 days after the alteration is made.
Note   An approved form for subsection 10.1 is available from AMSA’s website: http://www.amsa.gov.au. For convenience, the approved form is also reproduced in Schedule 1 as Form MO —96/1.
10.2     Marine incidents
                 For paragraph (l) of the definition of marine incident in subsection 14(1) of the Navigation Act, an incident that causes damage to a vessel to an extent that may affect compliance with the requirements of an ISPP certificate in force for the vessel is prescribed.
Note 1   The owner of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA— see s185 of the Navigation Act. The master of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA — see s186 of the Navigation Act. Section 13A of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 prescribes matters for these reports.
Note 2   For serving documents if there is no master of a vessel — see section 328 of the Navigation Act.
[20]     After subsection 11.2.1
insert
Note   For other reporting requirements — see Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003, sections 18 and 19.
 [21]    After subsection 11.2.3
insert
  11.2.4     An offence against subsection 11.2.3 is a strict liability offence.
  11.2.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 11.2.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[22]     Appendix, Form MO—96/1
substitute
AUSTRALIA
Form MO96/1
Marine Order 96 (Marine pollution prevention — sewage) 2006
NOTICE OF ALTERATION TO VESSEL
To: Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
Area Manager, Ship Safety Division............................................
Recognised organisation that issued the certificate
PARTICULARS TO BE NOTIFIED
1. Name of vessel.
2. Official number (if any).
3. IMO number (if any).
4. Home port/port of registry.
5. Call sign.
6. Name of owner(s) or agent.
7. Address of principal place of business of owner or agent in Australia.
8. Date of issue and reference number of International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate.
9. Description of nature and extent of alteration to the vessel (including date(s) on which alterations were commenced and completed).
10. Name and address of person or corporation effecting alteration.
11. Reason(s) for, or cause(s) of alteration.
12. Particulars of changes in the construction of the ship.
13. Additional information (if any) affecting the compliance of the vessel with the provisions of Annex IV (MARPOL).
…...............................................
(signature of master or owner)
........................................
(date)

[23]     Further amendments — definitions
                 Each definition in section 2 (other than the definition of ISPP certificate) is amended by:
(a)   omitting the concluding semi-colon and inserting a full stop; and
(b)   formatting the defined term in bold italic.
[24]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.2.1
Section 267ZF
Paragraph 340(1)(c)

Subsection 1.2.2
425(1)
339(1)

Subsection 4.1
subsection 267ZE(3)
section 12

Subsections 4.1 and 4.3
Part
Order

Subsection 4.3
Provisions
Sections

Subsection 4.3
ship that is not an Australian ship
foreign vessel

Section 7
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 7.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 7.2
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 7.2
ships
vessels

Subsection 7.2.1
7.2.2
subsection 7.2.2

Section 8
ship
vessel

Paragraph 8.1(a)
a sewage
an ISPP

Paragraph 8.1(b)
9.3
subsections 9.3

Paragraph 8.1(c)
8.4
subsection 8.4

Subsections 8.2 and 8.3
ship’s
vessel’s

Subsection 8.4
8.5.3
subsection 8.5.3

Subsection 8.5.2
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 8.5.3
8.4
subsection 8.4

Subsection 8.5.3
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 8.5.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:  50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.2
A sewage
An ISPP

Paragraph 9.2(b)
9.3
subsection 9.3

Subsection 9.3
9.2(b)
paragraph 9.2(b)

Subsection 9.4
Manager, Ship Inspections
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration

Subsection 9.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.4.1
a sewage
an ISPP

Subsection 9.4.2
sewage
ISPP

Subsection 9.4.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 9.4.3
a sewage
an ISPP

Subsection 9.4.4
A sewage
An ISPP

Subsection 9.4.4
9.4.1
subsection 9.4.1

Subsection 9.4.5
sewage
ISPP

Subsection 9.4.5
9.3
subsection 9.3

Section 11, subsection headings
ships
foreign vessels

Section 11
ship
vessel

Subsections 11.1 and 11.2.2
the surveyor
the inspector

Paragraph 11.1(a)
a surveyor
an inspector

Subsection 11.2.1
A surveyor
An inspector

Subsection 11.2.1
11.1
subsection 11.1

Subsection 11.2.3
11.2.1
subsection 11.2.1

Subsection 11.2.3
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:  50 penalty units.

Appendix, heading
Appendix
Schedule 1

Schedule 42  Marine Orders Part 97, issue 1
(section 3)
[1]       Paragraph 1.1(b)
substitute
(b)   gives effect to Chapter 4 of the Navigation Act and prescribes matters for Division 2 of Part IIID of the Pollution Prevention Act.
[2]       After subsection 1.2.1
insert
1.2.1A     Subsection 130(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may make provision about pollution certificates.
  1.2.1B     Subsection 314(3) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may prescribe various matters about certificates, including the time when certificates, variations of certificates and revocation of certificates come into force.
  1.2.1C     Subsection 341(1) of the Navigation Act provides that the regulations may provide for the imposition of penalties and civil penalties for a contravention of the regulations or a notice, order, direction or instruction given, issued or made under, or in force because of, the regulations.
[3]       Subsection 1.2.3
substitute
    1.2.3     Subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter for which provision must or may be made by regulation.
    1.2.4     Subsection 34(1) of the Pollution Prevention Act provides that AMSA may make orders for any matter (other than the imposition of penalties) for which provision may be made by regulation.
[4]       Section 2, heading
substitute
2          Definitions
       2.1     In this Order:
[5]       Section 2, definition of Area Manager
omit
[6]       Section 2, definition of IAPP Certificate, including the note
substitute
EIAPP certificate (or Engine International Air Pollution Prevention certificate) means:
(a)   a pollution certificate relating to air pollution or ozone depleting substances issued under section 132 of the Navigation Act for engines and equipment; or
(b)   a certificate relating to Annex VI issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act for engines and equipment.
Note   For the form of certificate — see subsection 8.1A.6.
IAPP certificate (or International Air Pollution Prevention certificate) means:
(a)   a pollution certificate relating to air pollution or ozone depleting substances issued under section 132 of the Navigation Act for a vessel; or
(b)   a certificate relating to Annex VI issued under section 319 of the Navigation Act for a vessel.
Note   For the form of certificate — see subsection 8.1A.5.
[7]       Section 2, after the note
insert
Note 2   Some terms used in this Order are defined in the Navigation Act or Pollution Prevention Act, including:
·         AMSA
·         inspector
·         recognised organisation (for organisations that have been prescribed for the definition — see Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011)
·         regulated Australian vessel.
       2.2     An EIAPP certificate for an engine installed on a vessel is taken to be issued for the vessel.
       2.3     A vessel is taken to have an EIAPP certificate if each engine installed on the vessel has an EIAPP certificate.
[8]       Subsection 4.1
omit everything after
applies
insert
                 to:
(a)   a non-foreign vessel:
             (i)  to which Annex VI is expressed to apply; or
            (ii)  owned or operated by the Commonwealth and used, for the time being, on government non-commercial service; and
(b)   a foreign vessel to which Annex VI is expressed to apply.
Note 1   The legislation mentioned in subsection 4.1 provides, in effect, that this Order does not apply to certain vessels to which MARPOL applies because of a law of a State or the Northern Territory or the Maritime Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law.
Note 2   A provision of this Order made under the Navigation Act affects foreign vessels only to the extent that it is expressed to apply to foreign vessels.
[9]       After subsection 4.1
insert
    4.1A     For subsection 4.1, each of the following is a non-foreign vessel:
(a)   a regulated Australian vessel;
(b)   a domestic commercial vessel;
(c)   a recreational vessel that has Australian nationality.
[10]     Subsection 7.8
substitute
7.8       Emission of nitrogen oxides from engines
                 The requirements for the issue of an EIAPP certificate for engines and equipment are that the engines and equipment:
(a)   are surveyed in accordance with the NOx Technical Code 2008; and
(b)   are found to comply with Regulation 13 of Annex VI.
Note   See also IMO Resolution MEPC.103(49): Guidelines for on-board NOx verification procedure — direct measurement and monitoring method.
[11]     Section 7.9.3, note
omit
[12]     After subsection 7.9.3
insert
    7.9.4     An offence against subsection 7.9.3 is a strict liability offence.
    7.9.5     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 7.9.3.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
    7.9.6     If the vessel is at sea or at a port outside Australia, the report mentioned in subsection 7.9.3 must be made to the Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration, through the Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) Australia.
Note   Contact details for the RCC are:  telephone: +61 (0)2 6230 6811; freecall: 1800 641 792 (within Australia); facsimile: +61 (0)2 6230 6868; AFTN: YSARYCYX; e‑mail: rccaus@amsa.gov.au.
    7.9.7     If the vessel is at a port outside Australia, the master must also report the accident or defect to the appropriate authority of the country where the port is situated.
[13]     Before subsection 8.1
insert
8.1A    Preliminary matters about IAPP certificates
8.1A.1     For subsection 130(3) of the Navigation Act (which enables the regulations to provide that specified vessels are required to have specified pollution certificates), a vessel to which this Order applies must have:
(a)   an IAPP certificate; and
(b)   an EIAPP certificate for each engine installed on the vessel.
8.1A.2     For subsection 131(1) of the Navigation Act (which enables a person to apply to an issuing body for a pollution certificate of a kind specified in the regulations), an IAPP certificate and an EIAPP certificate are specified for a vessel to which this Order applies.
8.1A.3     For section 132 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the issue of a pollution certificate), the criteria for issue of an IAPP certificate for a vessel are that the vessel:
(a)   complies with Regulation 5 of Annex VI; and
(b)   has been surveyed in accordance with section 7; and
(c)   complies with the requirements that apply to it under section 7.
8.1A.4     For section 133 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the variation of a pollution certificate), the criteria for variation of an IAPP certificate for a vessel are that:
(a)   the vessel has been surveyed in accordance with section 7; and
(b)   the vessel complies with the requirements that apply to it under section 7; and
(c)   the variation is in accordance with subsections 8.3 and 8.4.
8.1A.5     The form of an IAPP certificate is the International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate set out in Appendix I to Annex VI.
8.1A.6     The form of an EIAPP certificate is the Engine International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate set out in Appendix I to the NOx Technical Code 2008.
Note   A new certificate for a ship transferring to the Australian flag will not be issued until an issuing body is satisfied that the ship complies with Annex VI.
[14]     Section 8, note before subsection 8.1
omit
[15]     Subsection 8.1
omit
ceasing to have effect at an earlier date in accordance with section 267ZZ or section 267ZZB of the Navigation Act.
insert
earlier revoked.
Note   See subsection 8.1A.4 for circumstances in which an IAPP certificate may be varied to extend its period of validity.
[16]     Subsection 8.3, heading
substitute
8.3       Variation of certificate to extend validity
[17]     Subsection 8.5
substitute
8.5       Criteria for revocation of certificate
                 For section 134 of the Navigation Act (which enables criteria to be prescribed for the revocation of a pollution certificate), the criteria for revocation of an IAPP certificate for a vessel are that:
(a)   a survey required by section 7 at a particular time is not completed when required by section7; or
(b)   the vessel to which it applies ceases to be registered in Australia.
[18]     After subsection 9.2.1
insert
9.2.1A     An offence against subsection 9.2.1 is a strict liability offence.
  9.2.1B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.2.1.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[19]     After subsection 9.3.2
insert
9.3.2A     An offence against subsection 9.3.2 is a strict liability offence.
  9.3.2B     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 9.3.2.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[20]     After subsection 10.10
insert
   10.11     An offence against subsection 10.1, 10.4, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 or 10.10 is a strict liability offence.
   10.12     A person is liable to a civil penalty if the person contravenes subsection 10.1, 10.4, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 or 10.10.
Civil penalty:        50 penalty units.
[21]     Subsection 11
substitute
11        Matters prescribed for the Navigation Act
11.1     Reports of alterations to vessels
                 For paragraph 137(1)(c) of the Navigation Act, the period within which AMSA and an issuing body must be informed of an alteration to a vessel is 7 days after the alteration is made.
Note 1   An approved form for subsection 11.1 is available from AMSA’s website: http://www.amsa.gov.au.  For convenience, the approved form is reproduced in Schedule 1 as Form MO — 97/1.
Note 2   For other reporting requirements — see Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003, sections 18 and 19.
11.2     Marine incidents
                 For paragraph (l) of the definition of marine incident in subsection 14(1) of the Navigation Act, an incident that causes damage to a vessel to an extent that may affect compliance with the requirements of an EIAPP certificate or IAPP certificate in force for the vessel is prescribed.
Note 1   The owner of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA— see s185 of the Navigation Act. The master of a vessel must report marine incidents and dangers to navigation to AMSA — see s186 of the Navigation Act. Section 13A of Marine Order 31 (Ship surveys and certification) 2006 prescribes matters for these reports.
Note 2   For serving documents if there is no master of a vessel — see section 328 of the Navigation Act.
[22]     Schedule 1, Form MO — 97/1
omit
Marine Orders, Part 97 (Marine Pollution Prevention —Air Pollution)
insert
Marine Order 97 (Marine pollution prevention — air pollution) 2007
[23]     Schedule 1, Form MO — 97/1
omit
*Manager Ship Inspection and Registration
*Area Manager, Maritime Operations -.............
(* — delete which inapplicable)
insert
Manager, Ship Inspection and Registration
Area Manager, Ship Safety — .............
Recognised organisation that issued the certificate............
[24]     Further amendments
provision
omit each mention of
insert

Section 1A
Orders Part 97, issue 1
Order 97 (Marine pollution prevention — air pollution) 2007

Subsection 1.1
Part of Marine Orders
Order

Subsection 1.2.1
425(1)
339(1)

Subsection 1.2.1
Section 267ZV
Paragraph 340(1)(c)

Section 2, definition of NOx Technical Code
Code
Code 2008

Section 2, note
Note
Note 1

Section 2, note
Part
Order

Section 2, note
Marine Order 1, issue 2
Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011

Section 2, note
·         AMSA
·        Area Manager

Section 2, note
·         penal provision
·         survey authority.
·        Pollution Prevention Act.

Subsection 3.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 3.1
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 3.1
Inspections
Inspection and Registration

Subsection 3.1, note
Part
Order

Section 4
Part
Order

Subsection 4.1
subsection 267ZU(2)
section 12

Subsection 4.2
Provisions 7 and 8 of this Part
Sections 7 and 8

Subsection 4.2
ship that is not an Australian ship
foreign vessel

Subsection 4.2
267ZX
section 319

Section 5
ship
vessel

Paragraph 5.1(a)
Part
Order

Subsection 5.2
Marine Order 1, issue 2
Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011

Subsection 5.3
provision
subsection

Subsection 5.3, note
Marine Order 1, issue 2
Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2011

Subsection 7.1
ship
vessel

Paragraph 7.1(b)
provisions
subsections

Subsection 7.5
7.2
subsection 7.2

Subsection 7.5
7.9
subsection 7.9

Subsection 7.6
7.9.3
subsection 7.9.3

Subsection 7.6
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.9
ship
vessel

Subsection 7.9.3
7.6
subsection 7.6

Subsection 7.9.3
This is a penal provision
Penalty:    50 penalty units

Paragraph 8.1(b)
8.2
subsection 8.2

Subsection 8.2
8.1
subsection 8.1

Section 8.3
ship
vessel

Subsection 8.3.2
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 8.3.3
an Australian ship
a non-foreign vessel

Subsection 8.3.4
8.3.1
subsection 8.3.1

Subsection 8.3.5
8.2
subsection 8.2

Subsection 8.4
7
section 7

Paragraph 8.4(b)
provision 8
section 7

Subsection 9.1
Provisions
Subsections

Paragraph 9.1(b)
provision
subsection

Subsection 9.2.1
This is a penal provision
Penalty:    50 penalty units

Subsection 9.2.1
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.2.1, table
Ship
Vessel

Subsection 9.3, heading
ships
vessels

Subsection 9.3.1
Provision
Subsection

Paragraph 9.3.1(c)
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.3.2
This is a penal provision.
Penalty:    50 penalty units.

Subsection 9.3.3
provision
subsection

Subsection 9.3.4
Provision
Subsection

Subsection 9.3.4
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.4, heading
ships
vessels

Subsection 9.4
provision
subsection

Subsection 9.4
an Australian ship
a non-foreign vessel

Subsection 9.5
Provisions
Subsections

Subsection 9.5
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.5
provisions
subsections

Subsection 9.6
ship
vessel

Subsection 9.6.1
Provisions
Subsections

Section 10
ship
vessel

Subsection 10.1
10.3
subsections 10.3

Subsection 10.1
10.2
subsection 10.2

Subsection 10.1
This is a penal provision
Penalty:    50 penalty units

Paragraph 10.2(b)
survey authority
recognised organisation

Subsection 10.3
10.2
subsection 10.2

Subsection 10.3
an Australian ship
a non-foreign vessel

Subsection 10.4
This is a penal provision
Penalty:    50 penalty units

Subsections 10.6 to 10.9
10.2(a)
paragraph 10.2(a)

Subsections 10.6 to 10.10
This is a penal provision
Penalty:    50 penalty units

Schedule 1, Form MO— 97/1
AN AUSTRALIAN SHIP
A VESSEL

Schedule 1, Form MO— 97/1
ship
vessel

Note
1.       All legislative instruments and compilations are registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments kept under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003. See http://www.frli.gov.au.
 

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