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Appeals Tribunal supports AMSA ship detention

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The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has stated that the Administrative Appeals Tribunal upheld the AMSA detention of the container ship OOCL Le Harve in Brisbane in May after a port state control inspection found that the vessel’s safety management system had failed to ensure that the crew had an adequate understanding of the rules relate to management and discharge of garbage at sea.

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AMSA: Working over the side is a high risk activity

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Shipboard tasks such as mooring/unmooring, surveys, cleaning, maintenance and rigging may require seafarers and other persons to work or access over the side of the ship. AMSA has issued a bulletin highlighting that working over the side is a high risk operation and must be treated accordingly.

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