Marine Protection Rules Part 132

New Zealand Oil Spill Control Agents

Current version of Part 132

This rule applies:

  • any person wishing to have an OSCA approved for use in New Zealand (subject to an assessment as to use at the time of an oil spill), and users of New Zealand OSCAs.

Download Maritime Rules Part 132[PDF: 599kB, 31 pages]

The purpose of the Part 132 will be to ensure oil spill control agents (OSCAs) that may be assessed as appropriate for use in an oil spill at sea, have been approved as New Zealand OSCAs. The rules will set out the approvals regime for OSCAs.

View NZOSCA register

Material incorporated by reference

Standards and codes referenced in this rule can be found here

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History of Part 132

2016

New part comes into force

Part 132 entered into force on 11 January 2016 and revoked the previous version of the rule - Part 132: Dispersants and Demulsifiers..

New part signed

Part 132 was signed into law by the Transport Minister on 28 November 2015.

Part 132: Original rule [PDF: 680kB, 31 pages]

2010

Amendment

This part was amended by Marine Protection Various Amendments 2010 in 2010.

Marine Protection Various Amendments 2010[PDF: 105kB, 11 pages]

2009

Amendment

This part was amended by Marine Protection Rules Part 132 – Dispersants and Demulsifiers Amendment Rules 2009 in 2009.

Marine Protection Rules Part 132 – Dispersants and Demulsifiers Amendment Rules 2009[PDF: 221kB, 8 pages]

2006

Amendment

This Part was amended by Marine Protection Amendment Rules (Parts 120, 121A, 123A and 170), in 2006.

Marine Protection Amendment Rules 2006 [PDF: 324kB, 16 pages]

1998

New part comes into force

Part 132 entered into force on 20 August 1998.

New part signed

Part 132 was signed into law by the Transport Minister on 29 June 1998.

Part 132: Original Rule [PDF: 1.4MB, 20 pages]