If you are the master or owner of a prescribed ship you must ensure that you obtain a Chemical Tanker Construction Certificate before you begin a voyage.
This certificate applies to ships:
- Carrying noxious liquid substances in bulk; and
- Engaged in a voyage to a port or terminal in the State.
A prescribed ship means an oil tanker that has a gross tonnage of 150 or more, or that is a ship, other than an oil tanker, that has a gross tonnage of 400 or more, that is:
- A trading ship proceeding on an intra-state voyage; or
- An Australian fishing vessel proceeding on a voyage other than an overseas voyage; or
- A pleasure vessel.
Please be aware that:
- You must ensure that the certificate is carried on board the ship;
- If you hold a certificate in a different state or under commonwealth legislation you may not require this certificate; and
- The ship must also have adequate insurance.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.