New rules for explosives at Melbourne
Port of Melbourne Corp has refined plans for the safe movement of explosives, aimed at ensuring unhindered access to the port for ships shifting explosives.
Port of Melbourne's new plan responds to new regulations introduced by WorkSafe. Photo - Ingram Publishing
The plan responds to the requirements of the new Dangerous Goods (Explosives) Regulations (Vic) 2011 introduced by WorkSafe.
Under the new rules, responsibility for vessels entering Port of Melbourne (POM) is placed on the ship’s master and relevant port managers.
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