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From 1 July 2016, revisions to the SOLAS Convention, adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), and applied as law for Australia under the Navigation Act 2012, and subordinate Marine Orders will come into effect. These SOLAS amendments will provide that:
- The shipper will be responsible for verifying the weight of the container and providing the verified gross mass to the Master on the shipping documents. To do this the shipper can use either:
Method 1 Weighing the packed container
Method 2 Weighing all the cargo and all other material loaded into the container then and adding the weight of the empty container (marked tare weight) to calculate the gross mass.
- Weighing of packed containers, or weighing of cargo and other materials if method 2 is used, is to be carried out using calibrated and certified equipment (such as weighbridges, platform scales, pallet or industrial scales) to obtain accurate measurements.
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The Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement, commonly referred to as the Japan Australia FTA or JAEPA, will come into force on 15 January 2015.
This will provide the benefit of two rounds of tariff reductions for importers and exporters in the first half of next year, the first on 15 January 2015 and the second on 1 April 2015.
About the legislation
The Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Act 1989 and related Acts (the Ozone Acts) protect the environment by reducing emissions of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) and Synthetic Greenhouse Gases (SGGs). The Ozone Acts control the manufacture, import, export and end use of ODS and SGGs and products containing these gases. These gases are commonly used as refrigerant gases in refrigeration and air conditioning equipment.
Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Act 1989 ( http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/C2004A03755 )
Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Import Levy) Act 1995 ( http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/C2004A04976 )
Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Manufacture Levy) Act 1995 ( http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/C2004A04975 )
The Ozone Acts are supported by the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations 1995 and related regulations.
•Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations 1995 ( http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/F1996B02085 )
•Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Import Levy) Regulations 2004 ( http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/F2004B00023 )
•Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Manufacture Levy) Regulations 2004 ( http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/F2004B00024 )