Safety

Category forms for 2013 Safety:

Category R ver 6

Category E ver 6

Category D ver 6

Category C ver 6

Category B ver 6

Category A ver 6

 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT REQUIRED DETAILS

TSC SAFETY EQUIP REQ

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  • CATEGORY “B” UP TO 40 NAUTICAL MILES OUT TO SEA
  • CATEGORY “C” UP TO 15 NAUTICAL MILES OUT TO SEA
  • CATEGORY “D” UP TO 5 NAUTICAL MILES OUT TO SEA
  • CATEGORY “E” UP TO 1 NAUTICAL MILE OUT TO SEA

Safety equipment

Download the safety equipment necessary for vessels going to sea.

All Vessels tabular layout of safety requirements for all vessels (Cat B, C, D, E)
Category B vessels operating more than 15 but not more than 40 nautical miles from shore
Category C vessels operating more than 5 but not more than 15 nautical miles from shore
Category D vessels operating more than 1 nautical mile but not more than 5 nautical miles from shore
Category E vessels operating not more than 1 nautical mile from shore
Boat Inspection Report report to be completed by safety officer on inspecting a boat

Avoid Single Mooring bouy

SADSAA has had an appeal from the Durban Oil Refinery that we advise all our members that Single Mooring Buoy (SMB) south of Durban Harbour has a security exclusion zone of one (1) nautical mile around it.This buoy is where the bulk oil tankers discharge their crude oil cargos.Skippers found in the area will severely be dealt with.The SMB co-ordinates are:

Lat:    30o 58′ 50″ E
Long:  30o 00′ 05″ S

Marine accident report

This report to be completed by the skipper of a vessel and handed to the provincial safety officer within 7 days following the event.The provincial safety officer to forward to National Safety Officer.Download the SADSAA Marine Accident Report form.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 July 2005 )

Merchant Shipping Act

Merchant Shipping (Small Vessel Safety) Regulations, 2002