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January Marine Safety SA Newsletter

January Marine Safety SA Newsletter

25 Jan 2022

Our January Marine Safety SA Newsletter is available here.

Notice to Mariners No 2 of 2022 (Temporary)

Notice to Mariners No 2 of 2022 (Temporary)

24 Jan 2022

SOUTH AUSTRALIA – RAPID BAY – PARTIALLY COLLAPSED JETTY

West Beach boat ramp upgrade complete

West Beach boat ramp upgrade complete

18 Jan 2022

The West Beach boat ramp is open for boat users.

Notice to Mariners No 1 of 2022 (Temporary)

Notice to Mariners No 1 of 2022 (Temporary)

13 Jan 2022

SOUTH AUSTRALIA – RAPID BAY – PARTIALLY COLLAPSED JETTY

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Flares are an essential emergency item. See how to store and set them off safely. And remember, flares expire. Find more info about flares here.

Here a Marine Safety Officer takes us through how to check if your inflatable lifejacket is safe and up to standard. Find out which lifejacket you need here.

A Marine Safety Officer gives expert advice on how to use an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon, or EPIRB.

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Flares are an essential emergency item. See how to store and set them off safely. And remember, flares expire. Find more info about flares here.

Here a Marine Safety Officer takes us through how to check if your inflatable lifejacket is safe and up to standard. Find out which lifejacket you need here.

A Marine Safety Officer gives expert advice on how to use an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon, or EPIRB.