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AMSA MO 2022/2 Orders/Marine as made
This instrument amends Marine Order instruments is to make consequential changes following the making of Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency - national law) 2022.
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Registered 30 Mar 2022
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Tabled HR31-Mar-2022
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AMSA MO 2022/2

Marine Orders Amendment (Marine Order 505 — consequential changes) Order 2022

I, Michael Kinley, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, (the National Marine Safety Regulator under section 9 of the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law), make this Marine Order under subsection 163(1) of the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law and under subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act 2012.

29 March 2022

Michael Kinley
Chief Executive Officer

 


Division 1        Preliminary.................................................................................................... 3

1           Name of Marine Order..................................................................................... 3

2           Commencement.............................................................................................. 3

3           Amendment of Marine Orders.......................................................................... 3

Schedule 1                                                                                                                           4

 


 


Division 1     Preliminary

1          Name of Marine Order

                 This Marine Order is Marine Orders Amendment (Marine Order 505 — consequential changes) Order 2022.

2          Commencement

                 This Marine Order commences immediately after the commencement of Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency  national law) 2022.

3          Amendment of Marine Orders

                 Each Marine Order mentioned in Schedule 1 to this Marine Order is amended in accordance with the Schedule.


 


Schedule 1

(section 3)

Division 1       Marine Order 504 (Certificates of operation and operation requirements — national law) 2018

[1]       Section 15, definition of certificate of recognition

omit

[2]       Section 15, after definition of Marine Order 501

insert

Marine Order 505 means Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency — national law) 2022.

[3]       Section 15, definition of NSCV Part D

omit

[4]       Schedule 1, subclause 6(5)

substitute

     (5)     For subclause (4):

certificated means a person:

(a)   who holds a certificate of competency required to undertake a duty or perform a function that is mentioned in Schedule 1 of Marine Order 505 for the kind of certificate; or

(b)   who, in accordance with section 7 of Marine Order 505, is not required to hold a certificate of competency.

Rule 1 means that, if the chief engineer holds a certificate permitting the holder to be the chief mate, the number of certificated crew for the vessel may be reduced by 1 if the number of uncertificated crew is increased by 1.

Rule 2 applies only to a vessel with ≤ 750 kW propulsion power and means that, if the master holds a certificate permitting the holder to be the chief engineer, the number of certificated crew and master for the vessel may be reduced by 1 if the number of uncertificated crew is increased by 1.

[5]       Schedule 1, subclause 6(6), Note after paragraph(k)

omit

[6]       Schedule 1, subclause 6(16), paragraph (b)

omit

NSCV Part D

insert

Marine Order 505

[7]       Schedule 2, clause 5, paragraph (c)

omit

NSCV Part D

insert

Marine Order 505

Division 2       Marine Order 21 (Safety and emergency arrangements) 2016

[8]       Paragraph 10(2)(a)

omit each mention of

Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency) 2013

insert

Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency — national law) 2022

Division 3       Marine Order 71 (Masters and deck officers) 2014

[9]       Section 4, definitions of Master <24 m NC certificate of competency and Master <35 m NC certificate of competency

substitute

Master <24 m NC certificate of competency means a certificate of competency of that name mentioned in Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency national law) 2022 that is issued by the National Regulator under the national law.

Master <45 m NC certificate of competency means a certificate of competency of that name mentioned in Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency national law) 2022 that is issued by the National Regulator under the national law.

[10]     Section 4, after definition of master duties or functions

insert

National Regulator has the same meaning as in section 9 of the national law.

[11]     Section 4, Note 2

omit

IMO

insert

IMO

national law

[12]     Schedule 2

omit each mention of

Master <35 m

insert

Master <45 m

Division 4       Marine Order 72 (Engineer officers) 2014

[13]     Section 4, definition of Engineer Class 3 NC certificate of competency

substitute

Engineer Class 3 NC certificate of competency means a certificate of competency of that name mentioned in Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency national law) 2022 that is issued by the National Regulator under the national law.

[14]     Section 4, definition of Marine Engine Driver Grade 1 NC certificate of competency

substitute

Marine Engine Driver Grade 1 NC certificate of competency means a certificate of competency of that name mentioned in Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency national law) 2022 that is issued by the National Regulator under the national law.

[15]     Section 4, after definition of Marine Engine Driver Grade 1 NC certificate of competency

insert

National Regulator has the same meaning as in section 9 of the national law.

[16]     Section 4, Note 2

omit

IMO

insert

IMO

national law

 


Note

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