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Administered by: Infrastructure and Regional Development
Published Date 04 Apr 2016

NTC-10688

Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Regulations 2003

 

EXEMPTION FROM HOLDING, CARRYING AND DISPLAYING A MARITIME SECURITY IDENTIFICATION CARD (MSIC)

 

 

I, PETER WHITE, General Manager, Transport Security Operations, Office of Transport Security, under regulation 6.07M of the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Regulations 2003 (the Regulations), GIVE specified employees of DP World Australia Limited in the maritime security zones at the DP World Australia Limited terminal sties detailed below an exemption from displaying a MSIC as set out in Part 6 of the Regulations on the condition that: 

 

1.      The Regulations must still be adhered to regarding the requirement to hold a MSIC; and

2.      The exemption only applies within the boundaries of the DP World Australia Limited controlled maritime security zone established under section 102(1) of the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Act 2003 at the:
a) Port of Melbourne – West Swanson Terminal; and
b) Port of Brisbane – Fisherman’s Island Terminal; and
c) Port Botany – Port Botany Terminal; and
d) Port of Fremantle – Port of Fremantle Terminal.

3.      The exemption only applies to direct employees of DP World Australia Limited that are duly authorised and required to operate DP World Australia Limited mobile site equipment; and

4.      The exemption only applies when the holder of the MSIC is mounted upon and operating mobile site equipment fitted with a MSIC enabled start control system, and the MSIC is inserted in the card reader/cradle for this purpose; and

5.      At all times other than specified above the MSIC is to be properly displayed within the maritime security zone in accord with the Regulations.

 

This exemption operates from 1 May 2016 and ceases on 30 April 2018, unless revoked earlier.

 

Date:    23    March 2016

 

 

 

 

Peter White

Delegate of the Secretary of the

Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development