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19 Jul 2017
Scam watch

Licence renewal scam

Please be advised there is a scam currently active that alleges to be part of the DoT payment and receipt system.

SCAM ALERT

Please be advised there is a scam currently active that alleges to be part of the DoT payment and receipt system.

Customers are advised that DoT payment receipts are issued instantly following an online payment and are only ever in PDF format, not Word. Customers are therefore advised to NOT OPEN any Word based attachments claiming to be from DoT.

If you have received such an email, please report it to Scam Watch.

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23 May 2017
Temporary Notices to Mariners

Temporary Notices to Mariners (TNTM)

Use the links below to view maps displaying all current TNTM in each region of Western Australia.

Please use the following links to view TNTM for each region of Western Australia.

Cancelled, withdrawn and expired TNTM are removed without notice.

Please also see navigational warnings.

08 May 2017

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Online system outage, 6:00 pm Friday 12th May and 6:00 pm Sunday 14th May 2017

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News
26 Jul 2017
Old4New lifejackets

Boat safety in focus at Karratha with Old4New lifejacket upgrade opportunity

Skippers in the Pilbara are being told to check their vessel before each trip and ensure their safety gear is in good working order.

Skippers in the Pilbara are being told to check their vessel before each trip and ensure their safety gear is in good working order.

As part of a renewed focus on boat safety during the peak of the season in the North West the Department of Transport’s (DoT) Marine Safety Education Trailer is touring the region and there’s an opportunity to participate in the very successful Old4New lifejacket upgrade at Karratha’s popular FeNaClNG event.

DoT Manager  Safety Education Laurie Adams said the Old4New program, delivered in conjunction with the Royal Life Saving Society of Western Australia, was an upgrade opportunity where old, damaged, obsolete or foam filled lifejackets could be exchanged for a voucher for use at a local retail outlet when purchasing a new lifejacket.

“It is a hugely successful program and this year has seen more than 800 unsafe lifejackets taken off boats in WA,” Mr Adams said.

Voucher limits and restrictions are in place to ensure the benefits of the program apply to as many vessels as possible so people who want to participate should check the guidelines at www.transport.wa.gov.au/lifejackets

Mr Adams said skippers could also get updates and tips on safe boating and access the latest DoT boating guides and other free publications from the Marine Safety Education Trailer as it tours the North West.

“Marine education and regional transport officers who permanently patrol local waters will be on hand to discuss issues and promote BEST checks before each voyage,” Mr Adams said.

Old4New will be at FeNaClNG from 9am until 5pm on Saturday August 5, 2017.

To get the latest information on locations to visit the trailer while in the North West like MarineSafetyWA on Facebook or visit www.transport.wa.gov.au/imarine

Media contact: media@transport.wa.gov.au

24 Jul 2017
Old4New lifejackets

Old4New lifejacket upgrade opportunity for Port Hedland

Port Hedland boat owners will have access to the Department of Transport’s (DoT) very successful Old4New lifejacket upgrade program this weekend.

Port Hedland boat owners will have access to the Department of Transport’s (DoT) very successful Old4New lifejacket upgrade program this weekend.

It is part of a two day stopover in town for DoT’s Marine Safety Education Trailer which is touring the North West during the busy winter boating season to promote safety.

DoT Manager Safety Education Laurie Adams said skippers could get updates and tips on safe boating and access the latest DoT boating guides and other free publications.

“Marine education and regional transport officers who permanently patrol waters in and around Port Hedland will be on hand to engage and discuss issues with boat owners at various locations,” Mr Adams said.

The trailer will be attending local boat ramps on Saturday July 29, 2017 and Sunday July 30, 2017. However, those wanting to participate in Old4New need to be at Town Ramp, The Esplanade on Sunday morning between 8am and noon.

The Old4New program, delivered in conjunction with the Royal Life Saving Society of Western Australia, is an upgrade opportunity where old, damaged, obsolete or foam filled lifejackets can be exchanged for a voucher for use at a local retail outlet when purchasing a new lifejacket. This year more than 800 unsafe lifejackets have been taken off boats in as part of the program.

“Voucher limits and restrictions are in place to ensure the benefits of the program apply to as many vessels as possible,” Mr Adams said.

“To avoid disappointment it’s important that people wanting to participate in the program read the Old4New guidelines at www.transport.wa.gov.au/lifejackets to check if their jackets qualify for an upgrade and to find out more information.”

To get the latest information on locations follow us @MarineSafetyWA or Facebook or visit the Life jackets page.

Media contact: media@transport.wa.gov.au

19 Jul 2017
Old4New lifejackets

Broome next stop for Old4New lifejacket upgrade program

As the boating season peaks in the Kimberley, the Department of Transport (DoT) is reinforcing the need for skippers to check their vessel before each trip and ensure their safety gear is in good working order.

As the boating season peaks in the Kimberley, the Department of Transport (DoT) is reinforcing the need for skippers to check their vessel before each trip and ensure their safety gear is in good working order.

To assist Broome boat owners DoT’s Marine Safety Education Trailer will be in town and there’s an opportunity to participate in the very successful Old4New lifejacket upgrade at Cable Beach next week.

DoT Manager Safety Education Laurie Adams said the Old4New program, delivered in conjunction with the Royal Life Saving Society of Western Australia, was an upgrade opportunity where old, damaged, obsolete or foam filled lifejackets could be exchanged for a voucher for use at a local retail outlet when purchasing a new lifejacket.

“It is a hugely successful program and this year has seen more than 800 unsafe lifejackets taken off boats in WA,” Mr Adams said.

Voucher limits and restrictions are in place to ensure the benefits of the program apply to as many vessels as possible so people who want to participate should check the guidelines at www.transport.wa.gov.au/lifejackets

Mr Adams said skippers could also get updates and tips on safe boating and access the latest DoT boating guides and other free publications from the Marine Safety Education Trailer as it tours the North West.

“Marine education and regional transport officers who permanently patrol local waters will be on hand to discuss issues and promote BEST checks before each voyage,” Mr Adams said.

Old4New will be at Cable Beach at 9am to 10am on Thursday July 27, 2017.

To get the latest information on locations to visit the trailer while in the North West, visit the Lifejackets page or follow us @MarineSafetyWA or Facebook.

Media contact: media@transport.wa.gov.au

 

 

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