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As indicated in the Discussion Paper on the Draft Code of Practice for Health and Safety in Shipboard Work released for comment on 22 December 2017, the Seacare Authority agreed to consider including a specific chapter on offshore support vessels in the final Code.
The Seacare Authority met in Melbourne on 30 November 2017. The key outcomes of the meeting are set out below.
The Seacare Authority endorsed the content of its 2016-17 annual report, which will be published on the Seacare website in October 2017.
The Seacare Authority has, following a period of consultation, granted two exemptions for a further 12 months under section 20A of the Seafarers Act:
The Seacare Authority met in Canberra on 16 March 2017. The key outcomes from the meeting are set out below.
The Seacare Authority met in Melbourne on 16 November 2016. The key outcomes of the meeting are set out below.
At its 22 September 2016 meeting, the Seacare Authority agreed to forego holding a Seacare Awards 2016 presentation in November.
The Seacare Annual Report 2015-16 has been published and is now available.
The Seacare Authority met in Canberra on 22 September 2016. Members discussed a range of administrative, governance and operational matters.
The Seacare Authority Corporate Plan 2016-17 is now available.