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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
GUIDANCE NOTE NO: 35/99
REVISION NO: 10
This Guidance Notice only applies to vessels that were operating commercially on 30 June 2013
Fishing Vessels (class 3C and 3B) less than 8 metres in
Measured Length Operating Outside Declared
Sheltered Waters Limits.
Requirements for Safety Equipment and Operator Qualifications
Class 3C (within 30 nautical miles of the coastline) and
3B (within 200 nautical miles of the coastline)
Fishing Tour Operators are Class 2 vessels and are not covered by this Guidance Note.
Under the NT Marine Act, fishing vessels (Class 3C and 3B) less than 8 metres in length operating
subject to the NT Marine Act are exempt from survey but must carry safety equipment as required by the
Marine (Safety) Regulations and be operated by persons holding qualifications as required by the NT
Marine (Safety Manning) Regulations.
Note: For fishing vessels less than 6.2 metres operating within 5 nautical miles of the
coast or a mother ship refer to GN No. 60/2001 and GN No. 61/2001.
Gazetted sheltered waters are detailed in Guidance Note No 33/98.
Minimum Safety Manning requirements for fishing vessels are specified in Guidance Note No. 28/96
Radio requirements are detailed in Guidance Note No: 91/2002.
Details of prescribed safety equipment are as follows:
One to be fitted in any space containing inboard propelling machinery. (Not required on vessels powered by outboard
One manual bilge pump with a capacity of not less than 4.0 Kl/hr.
: A power driven bilge pump of the same capacity may be substituted.
CHARTS AND NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS
To be suitable for the area of operation
Magnetic Steering Compass placed in a suitable position for taking accurate observations
Note: A compass is required to be swung every 4 years and a copy of the deviation card must be kept on board the vessel.
DEPTH SOUNDING DEVICE
Mechanical depth sounding device or hand lead line
Note: Expiry date of flares must be valid.
ELECTRIC INSTALLATION/EQUIPMENT – EMERGENCY
Two waterproof torches, one of which must be a signalling torch.
EMERGENCY POSITION INDICATING RADIO BEACON (EPIRB)
406MHz EPIRB to AS/NZS 4280 requirements.
406MHz EPIRB to AS/NZS 4280 requirements
Note: Expiry date of battery must be valid.
One with lanyard of sufficient length to allow the bucket to be easily filled over the side of the vessel.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS – PORTABLE
One suitable for extinguishing oil fires for use in each space containing propelling machinery with a minimum rating of 30B.
Note: Portable extinguishers must be serviced every 12 months.
For LPG installations a gas detector shall be fitted with sensors as close as possible to the source of entry below deck.
LIFEBBOATS & LIFERAFTS
Coastal liferaft(s) for 100% complement.
Coastal Liferaft(s) for 100% complement or;
Dinghy for 100% complement (This option is not allowed after 1st December 2012
Internal buoyancy as prescribed in Section 10 of the USL Code.
1 lifebuoy with light (this is not required for a vessel which carries only one (1) person).
A SOLAS Lifejacket with light and whistle for each person.
: Expiry date of lifejacket light must be valid.
A COASTAL lifejacket with light and whistle for each person.
Expiry date of lifejacket light must be valid.
MEDICINES AND MEDICAL STORES
NAVIGATION LIGHTS AND SHAPES
Lights: Port, starboard, masthead, stern, anchor and fishing or trawling lights.
Note: A power driven vessel of less than 12 metres may exhibit an all round white light in lieu of masthead and stern lights
and this can also serve as an anchor light.
Some means of making an efficient sound signal. Such as a portable air or gas operated horn.
ANCHORS AND CABLES
Anchors and cables - sufficient in number, weight and strength, as detailed in Section 13 of the USL Code.
Hawsers and warps of sufficient number, weight and strength having regard to the size and service of the vessel.
You must contact any one of the following companies listed in Guidance Note: 91/2002
For further information please contact this office. Signed by: Sri Srinivas, Principal Marine Surveyor Date Issued: 28 November 2011
For further information contact Marine Safety Branch:
2nd Floor, Energy House, 18-20 Cavenagh, Darwin NT 0800, GPO Box 2520, Darwin NT 0801
Telephone: 08 8924 7100, Facsimile: 08 8924 7009
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Appendix - MEDICINES AND MEDICAL STORES - Scale E
Neck collar, multi-size, rigid, fully adjustable
† = Expiry date
* = Requires prescription
# = Requires separate locked storage and recording in controlled drug register
Appendix - MEDICINES AND MEDICAL STORES - Scale F
secure dressing and support injured parts
secure dressing and support injured parts
Dressing, non-adherent (10 x 10 cm or similar)
Dressing, hydroactive (10 x 10 cm or similar)
Adhesive roll non-woven fabric 5 cm x 10 m
Gauze swabs, sterile (single use pkt of 3)
Safety pins, stainless, assorted pkt of 12
Loratadine HCl 10 mg or Fexofenadine HCl
† = Expiry dated
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