IMO Resolution A.997(25): Survey Guidelines Under the Harmonized System of Survey and Certification, 2007 - Australian Government

Service summary

You will be required to comply with this standard if you operate a ship registered in Australia, or any ship in the territorial sea of Australia.

Initial renewal and annual load line surveys of ships must be carried out in accordance with Article 14 of the Load Line Convention and IMO Resolution A.997(25).

All ships, other than fishing vessels, which are over 24 metres in length must have a load line certificate. A load line certificate is only issued if certain conditions are met, including passing initial and periodical surveys and inspections.

Please consult the Contact Officer for more information and to ascertain the level of compliance (if any) that may be required.

Service type

Code of Practice

A code of practice can be either a legal requirement or non-legal requirement. Legal codes of practice are defined as a result of legislation. Non-legal codes of practice are defined by industry regulators and bodies.

Other resources

 Resources
Comply

Guidelines Under the Harmonized System of Survey and Certification - Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.

Administering agency

Australian Maritime Safety Authority
Ship Safety Division

Act(s) name

Navigation Act 2012 (Australian Government)

Regulation(s) name

Marine Orders - Part 16: Load Lines, Issue 3 2004 (Australian Government)

Contact details

Enquiries
Australian Maritime Safety Authority
Ship Safety Division

Operating address:
82 Northbourne Avenue
Braddon
Australian Capital Territory 2612
Mailing address:
GPO Box 2181
Canberra
Australian Capital Territory 2601

Phone:

02 62795000

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