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Issue 23, April 2015
WELCOME to SeaChange – highlighting what's new and what's changing at Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) and in the maritime sector.

In this issue...

Talleys sentence sends strong message after death of crewman

Talleys Group Ltd has been sentenced after being found guilty of failing to take all practicable steps to ensure the safety of its employees, following the death of one of its crewman. Read more

Boating toll fails to match low road toll

Four missing boaties over Easter weekend marked a tragic end to the summer boating season. Read more

Maritime treaties aimed at improving safety of fishing vessels and crew

The Ministry of Transport is seeking feedback around whether the NZ Government should sign up to two international maritime treaties aimed at improving the safety record of the global fishing industryRead more

Join us at the Hutchwilco NZ Boat Show, 14-17 May 2015

Pose for a snap and get boat safety savvy with the boys from Big Angry Fish at the MNZ setup – stand number 130 in Hall 1More about the boat show

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Changes to the application process

MNZ is refining the way it manages SeaCert applications, with the aim of providing seafarers with a more streamlined transition from application to certificate. Read more

How to cross a bar safely in a trailer powerboat

There are three types of bars – dangerous, very dangerous and extremely dangerous. Find out the information you need to know to make a safer bar crossing.

If in doubt, don't go out! Watch video
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