Cruise Ship Company Fined for Crewman’s Death

According to an AMSA media release, a cruise ship company has been fined $180,000 following the death of a crewman after he was trapped by a powered door while working on the vessel in 2009. The company was found to be non-compliant with the Occupational Health and Safety (Maritime  Industry) Act 1993 in Cairns Magistrates Court on Tuesday 30 October. It was also non-compliant with the Navigation Act 1912 and the Code of Safe Working Practice for Australian Seafarers.

2012.12.12 - Cruise Ship Company Fined for Crewman's Death

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