Safe Seas Clean Seas
Safe Seas Clean Seas Issue 40, June 2012
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Outline of salvage operation progress, the downscaling of the emergency oil spill response, a volunteers’ event, and the sentencing on charges relating to the grounding.
MNZ, along with other agencies and industry bodies, is busy implementing the Government’s decisions from the 2009/10 review of safety in adventure and outdoor commercial activities.
Principal Maritime Advisor John Mansell completed a six-month project aimed to help address some of these issues in the Kingdom of Tonga.
MNZ’s new Manager Commercial and Recreational Liaison has spent all of his adult life working around boats. Baz Kirk was recently an operations manager with Coastguard Eastern Region.
MNZ has completed a further round of consultation on the maritime rules that make up MOSS (Maritime Operator Safety System), the proposed new safety system for New Zealand’s domestic commercial maritime sector.
Angela Meyer was no stranger to adventure when she set out with her husband and two-year-old son to cross the Pacific Ocean on a 12 metre ketch. As a well-travelled woman, she also had a rich history.
A skipper who was the subject of a successful medical evacuation counts himself very lucky to have been airlifted to hospital in time to save his hand. Other rescuers stepped to return his yacht to port.
A Coastguard regions internal audit of overall capability highlighted their units' need for support in understanding Safe Ship Management.
Results from the 2012 recreational boat ramp survey.
Amended maritime rules are now in force to give effect to New Zealand’s obligations as a party to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW).
Changes to Maritime Rules Part 40D, relating to the design, construction and equipment on fishing ships, are likely to come into effect later this year.
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