The AMSA National Compliance Plan 2021-22
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has released its 2021-2022 National Compliance Plan. The plan, consisting of five compliance focus area, is part of a continuous improvement-led approach to clearly identify safety and compliance priorities for domestic commercial vessels and regulated Australian and foreign-flagged commercial vessels in Australian waters.
Focus area 1 — Port State and Flag State Control
Focus area 2 — Maritime Labour Convention
Focus area 3 — Domestic commercial vessels
Focus area 4 — Search and rescue (beacon registration)
Focus area 5 — Environmental
Read the AMSA National Compliance Plan 2021-22 for more detail.
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