Marine Domain (The following are some of the Regulations that are in place…
The following are some of the Regulations that are in place but are not limited to
Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011
The Regulations describes what must be done to prevent or control hazards that are in the workplace that can cause injury, illness or death to an individual.
Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Regulation 2008
Occupational Health and Safety (Maritime Industry) Regulations 1995
Transport Infrastructure (Waterways Management) Regulation 2012
Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Regulation 2016
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Regulations 1983
The following are some of the Acts that are in place but are not limited to.
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act 1975
The purpose of this Act is to provide for the long term protection and conservation of the environment, biodiversity and heritage values of the Great Barrier Reef Region.
Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995
The purpose of this Act is to protect Queensland’s marine and coastal environment by minimising deliberate and negligent discharges of ship-sourced pollutants into coastal waters.
Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011
The Act if there to impose duties on people at Workplaces to ensure the health and safety of workers, incident notification to the relevant authorities and any other enforcement matters.
Occupational Health and Safety (Maritime Industry) Act 1993.
Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994
This is to provide a system that achieves an appropriate balance between regulating the maritime industry to ensure marine safety.
Maritime Safety Queensland Act 2002
This Act is to provide professional advice in relation to marine safety, ship-sourced pollution and related matters.
The following are some of the Codes of Practice that are used in the Marine environment
Recreational Diving, Technical Diving and Snorkelling COP 2018
This COP provides guidance for PCBUs to identify what control measures need to be implemented to ensure the health and safety of persons undertaking recreational diving and snorkelling activities at the workplace.
Occupational Diving Work COP 2005
This is to identify what control measures need to be implemented to ensure the health and safety of divers and other personnel at the workplace.
How to manage work health and safety
risks COP 2011
This code provides practical guidance for persons who have duties under the Work Health Safety Act and Work Health Safety
Regulation to manage risks to health and safety.
Methods of Investigation and Analysis of marine accidents.
Cause and Effect Model of DNV Damage
This model is made up of 5 levels that represent the cause and effect flow from the identified cause to the consequences.
Lack of control in relation to the systems, standards, and compliance.
Real causes. This can be associated with the staff or the work environment.
Direct causes. What actions and / or conditions are / were below the standard level.
Unwanted event - physical, chemical or excessive psychological pressure.
Loss of resources. This can be related to damage to people, property, the environment or production.
Barrier Analysis Method
This is where systems have been designed to protect people and equipment. They are developed in a way to provide barriers to the occurrence of accidents, unintentional events or a system failure.
Nets, Safety Instruments, Guards.
Engineering Designs, Risk Analysis, Procedures.
Supervisor / Management Barriers
Exercise, Supervision, Knowledge, Skill.