Australian Maritime Safety Authority

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The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is a statutory authority established under the Australian Maritime Safety Authority Act 1990 (the AMSA Act)[1]. AMSA’s principal functions are:

  • promoting maritime safety and protection of the marine environment
  • preventing and combating ship-sourced pollution in the marine environment
  • providing infrastructure to support safety of navigation in Australian waters
  • providing a national search and rescue service to the maritime and aviation sectors.

Visit the Australian Maritime Safety Authority's official web page:

Contact Details[edit]

Contacts name and Address of the office of the designated national competent authority responsible for the safe carriage of grain and solid bulk cargoes in Australia.

This is an extract from BC.1/Circ.71:

Country Authority and Address Telephone Telefax Email
AUSTRALIA Manager – Ship Inspection and Registration
Ship Safety Division
Australian Maritime Safety Authority
GPO Box 2181
Canberra ACT 2601
+ 61 2 6279 5048 + 61 2 6279 5058



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