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September 9, 2019

Findings in Queensland trawler sinking inquest

We have been following closely the inquest into the sinking of the FV Cassandra and the FV Dianne. The recommendations [&
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June 27, 2019

MSA welcomes aboard David Wise-Mann

Maritime Survey Australia is pleased to welcome David Wise-Mann to our team.  David is an experienced Naval Architect and
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June 27, 2019

James Cook University – Audit of Boating Activities

Maritime Survey Australia (MSA) were approached by James Cook University (JCU) to complete an audit of the boating activities conducted [&
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June 14, 2019

Maritime Survey Australia ISO 9001 certified by DNV GL

Maritime Survey Australia is proud to announce that we have recently received ISO 9001:2015 certification from DNV GL for
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June 6, 2019

Development of Tender Specifications for Fisheries Vessels

The Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) Education and Enforcement branch is currently proposing to replace up to nine of its existing [&
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March 28, 2019

MSA welcomes aboard Mark McLellan

MSA are excited to announce the appointment of Marine Surveyor Mark McLellan. Mark’s strong work ethic and happy nature
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February 25, 2019

MSA Handy tips

MSA Handy tips Safety First Slow down. Slower speeds allow better reaction time. If you have trim tabs – use [&
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February 15, 2019

MSA surveyor James Nolan gains registration to conduct surveys on commercial Vessels in New Zealand.

Maritime Survey Australia (MSA) surveyor James Nolan has recently been granted recognition by Maritime New Zealand to conduct surveys on
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January 17, 2019

First Aid Kits and Training

At least once per year,  you should take the time to ensure that your first aid kit is up to [&
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January 17, 2019

Anti-exposure suits. Do you need one?

AMSA have updated the Safety Equipment section (NSCV C7A) and the requirement for anti-exposure suits. These may be required
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November 15, 2018

Sean Whelan awarded Emergency Services Medal

Sean Whelan of Maritime Survey Australia and Volunteer Marine Rescue (VMR) in Mt Martha was awarded the Emergency Services Medal [&
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October 8, 2018

MSA attends the International Research Ship Operators Conference 2018

Maritime Survey Australia recently attended the IRSO (International Research Ship Operators) Conference 2018 in Barcelona.  Topics of discussion included the [&
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August 2, 2018

Float-free EPIRBs mandatory from January 2021

From 1 January 2021, float-free emergency position-indicating radio beacons (EPIRBs) will be mandatory on certain types of commercial
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June 25, 2018

MSA provide Initial Survey Services on innovative Hart Marine Police Patrol Boats

Mornington based boat builder, Hart Marine recently launched its latest vessel, a 12m Police Patrol Boat for the Victoria Water [&
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June 14, 2018

Autonomous vessels – Disruption on the way for the Maritime Industry

With a myriad of emergent new technologies on the horizon of the maritime industry, such as autonomous vessels, it is [&
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June 14, 2018

MSA welcomes on board Andrew Fearman

Andrew joins Maritime Survey Australia as an AMSA accredited marine surveyor, providing domestic commercial vessel surveys in Tasmania. As a [&
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May 2, 2018

Is this boat built to survey?

This is a common question used in commercial vessel parlance and can pose problems for a prospective buyer or seller. [&
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April 23, 2018

Why wear a lifejacket?

Most drownings in boating accidents involve craft under 6 metres.  All passengers on board boats under 6 metres should wear [&
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