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Snapshot summary - Quantitative

Snapshot summary - Quantitative

1.1.1

The inspection rate of risk assessed eligible foreign-flagged ships under the port State control (PSC) program meets the following targets

Priority one ships

Green

Priority two ships

Green

Priority three ships

Amber

Priority four ships

Green

1.1.2

Extent to which inspections of high risk ships are within targeted timeframes

Green

1.1.3

The annual number of port State, flag State control (FSC) and domestic commercial vessel (DCV) inspections meets the following targets

All inspections

Green

1.1.4

Improvement in the standard of foreign-flagged ships and Australian-flagged ships (under the Navigation Act 2012) operating in Australian waters is demonstrated through the:

1.1.4.1

Average number of deficiencies per inspection compared to a rolling 10-year average

Green

1.1.4.2

Percentage of ships detained as a proportion of all PSC inspections

Green

1.1.4.3

Proportion of serious incidents to total port arrivals

Green

1.1.4.4

The age of ships coming to Australia relative to the age of ships in the worldwide fleet

Green

1.1.5

Improvement in the standard of domestic commercial vessels is demonstrated through

1.1.5.1

Fatalities in domestic vessel seafarers trend towards zero

Red

1.1.5.2

Fatalities in domestic vessel passengers trend towards zero

Green

1.1.5.3

The number of very serious and serious incident reports as a percentage of the total number of incidents reported, decreasing and trending towards zero

Red

1.2.1

Number of significant pollution incidents caused by shipping in Australian waters

Green

1.3.1

The marine aids to navigation network's availability complies with the targets set out in the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) guidelines

Green

1.4.1

Regulatory measures are introduced consistent with international effect dates

Green

1.5.1

Improvement in the standard of foreign-flagged ships and Australian-flagged ships (under the Navigation Act 2012) operating in Australian waters is demonstrated through the:

1.5.1.1

Average number of Maritime Labour Convention deficiencies per inspection

Green

1.5.1.2

Onshore complaints made under the Maritime Labour Convention are investigated

Amber

R

Monitor overall regulatory performance through:

R.1

Regular formal and informal feedback

R.1.1

National System satisfaction

Amber

R.1.2

Regulator Stakeholder Survey

Green

R.1.3

Email campaigns from AMSA

Green

2.3.1

Regulatory instrument reviews are introduced consistent with the planned dates of effect set out in AMSA's regulatory plan

Grey

3.2.1

Save as many lives as possible from those at risk

Amber

3.2.2

Median time (minutes) for AMSA to receive, assess and, if required, to initiate a response

Green

3.2.3

For incidents that AMSA has search and rescue (SAR) coordination responsibility, the median time (minutes) for an asset to be on-scene (day and night)

Green

3.4.1

Maritime environmental response assets are available for immediate deployment to a significant pollution incident

Green

3.4.2

Sufficient numbers of trained maritime environmental emergency response personnel are available nationally to deploy and support incident management and response operations

Green

E1.1

Acceptance of proposals/input either sponsored directly or supported by Australia at the International Maritime Organization (IMO), International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA), International Labour Organization (ILO), International Trade Organization (ITO) and other organisations

Green

Key:

Green: Target met or exceeded

Amber: Minor negative variance to target

Red: Major negative variance to target

Grey: Not applicable