Links To Other Authorities and Marine Information
These links have been selected because they have information that may be relevant to you:
National Marine Safety Committee www.nmsc.gov.au
Responsible for developing National Standards. You can obtain copies of Marine Standards from this site.
Australian Maritime Safety Authority www.amsa.gov.au
This Authority is responsible for issuing Australian Certificates of Competency and Australian Endorsements.
South Australian Authorities
Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure www.dtei.sa.gov.au
Documents relating to the Department can be obtained from this site.
South Australian Legislation www.legislation.sa.gov.au
You can obtain copies of the Harbors and Navigation Act (1993) and Regulations (1994) from this site.
The following authorities are responsible for issuing Certificates of Competency in other States and Territories.
Maritime Safety Queensland www.msq.qld.gov.au
Department for Planning and Infrastructure (WA) www.dpi.wa.gov.au
Marine and Safety Tasmania www.mast.tas.gov.au
NSW Maritime www.waterways.nsw.gov.au
Marine Safety Victoria www.marinesafety.vic.gov.au
Department of Planning and Infrastructure (NT) www.dpi.wa.gov.au
Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council www.tlisc.com.au
The Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council (the Skills Council) is one of 11 national organisations that have a key role in advising government on national industry skill requirements. TLISC developed the current Maritime Training Package.
LINC Logistics Information and Navigation Centre www.the-link.com .au
LINC is the gateway to information about careers and training opportunities in transport and logistics.
National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd. (NAATI) www.naati.com.au
For more information regarding translations you can call NAATI on 1300 557 470.
"On deck" Magazine
"On deck" is your South Australian marine safety magazine.