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Issue 03, May 2013

Lifejacket wearing will be promoted in Maritime New Zealand publications.
WELCOME to SeaChange: highlighting what's new and changing at Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) and in the maritime sector.
In this issue...
01. MNZ has introduced a te reo name »
  Maritime New Zealand's te reo Māori name – Nō te rere moana Aotearoa – accompanies te manaia – the guardian – in our logo. Together, they reflect our role as the guardian of New Zealand’s flowing waters.
02. Shipping report: December 2012 »
  MNZ's quarterly report on ship arrivals, ship types, trade, port calls, next and last overseas port of call, and flag states.

Check out our shipping statistics
03. New members appointed to MNZ Authority »
  Three new board members provide a breadth of experience in shipping, financial management, and governance to the MNZ Authority.

Read the media release

Read the Director and Authority profiles
04. Pelco fined under HSE Act »
  Fish processing company Pelco has been fined $16,000 after two employees suffered frostbite while unloading fish. Read the media release
05. Guidance notice for holders of Pilotage Exemption Certificates  »
  Recent experience requirements for holders of Pilotage Exemption Certificates are outlined in Marine Guidance Notice issue 23, which clarifies the current provisions under Maritime Rules Part 90. Read the guidance notice
06. SeaCert progress continues »
  SeaCert continues to progress, and MNZ representatives have been receiving valuable industry feedback into the development process. More on SeaCert
Highlights
MNZ signs up to lifejacket wear principles
Don't be a clown – wear a lifejacket
Lifejackets are crucial to saving lives and MNZ supports International Lifejacket Wear Principles that aim to make lifejackets part of any media, publicity, or advertising campaign involving small boats.  Read the media release


MOSS update
MOSS work is continuing at pace.
 
The proposed MOSS rules are with MoT and will be given to the Minister in early July with signing expected soon after.
 
Good progress was made this month on the likely implementation matters, with decisions now being made on the design of some of the key process and systems needed for MOSS to work well – with ongoing industry support and advice from the MOSS Industry Advisory Group.
Read more
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