Maritime Transport Amendment Bill

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Hon Simon Bridges

Maritime Transport Amendment Bill

Government Bill

200—2

Contents

Commentary
Key
1Title
2Commencement
3Principal Act
4New section 2A inserted (Transitional, savings, and related provisions)
2ATransitional, savings, and related provisions
5Section 36 amended (Maritime rules relating to other matters)
6New Part 4B inserted
40XHealth and Safety at Work Act 2015 not limited by this Part
40YInterpretation
40ZDAMP operator must develop a DAMP
40ZARelationship between DAMP and DAMP operator’s maritime document
40ZBRandom testing by DAMP operator
40ZCDirector testing
40ZDWhat happens if worker refuses consent or test result is not negative
40ZEWorker may request second Director test
40ZFTest results only to be used in civil proceedings and certain prosecutions
7New Schedule 1AA inserted
8Section 86 amended (Claims subject to limitation of liability)
9Section 87 amended (Calculation of limits of liability)
10Section 88 amended (Units of account)
11Section 342 amended (Interpretation)
12Heading to Part 26 amended
13Section 370 amended (Interpretation)
14Cross-heading above section 371 amended
15Section 371 replaced (International Oil Pollution Fund to have legal personality)
371International Oil Pollution Fund and Supplementary Fund declared to be legal entities
16Section 372 amended (Compensation from International Oil Pollution Fund for certain pollution damage)
17Section 373 amended (Maximum amount of liability of International Oil Pollution Fund)
18Section 374 amended (International Oil Pollution Fund’s liability for compensation avoided or limited in certain cases)
19Section 375 amended (Several claims for compensation from International Oil Pollution Fund)
20Cross-heading above section 378 amended
21Section 378 amended (Time for bringing proceedings against International Oil Pollution Fund)
22Section 379 amended (Jurisdiction of court in respect of claims against International Oil Pollution Fund)
23Section 380 replaced (Notice of proceedings against International Oil Pollution Fund)
380Notice of proceedings against International Oil Pollution Fund or Supplementary Fund
24Section 381 replaced (Notice to and joining of International Oil Pollution Fund in certain proceedings)
381Notice to and joining of International Oil Pollution Fund and Supplementary Fund in certain proceedings
25Section 382 amended (Reciprocal enforcement of judgments against International Oil Pollution Fund)
26Section 383 amended (Rights of subrogation of International Oil Pollution Fund)
27Section 385 amended (Levies on oil imports)
28New Schedule 1AA amended
1Interpretation
29Consequential amendment to Biosecurity Law Reform Act 2012
30Consequential amendments and revocation: Maritime Transport (Fund Convention) Levies Order 1996
30ASection 33M amended (Navigation bylaws)
31Section 33Q replaced (Entitlement to infringement fees)
33QEntitlement to infringement fees
32Section 33X amended (Delegation or transfer of council’s responsibilities)
33Section 36 amended (Maritime rules relating to other matters)
33ASection 60B amended (Limitation of liability where pilot engaged)
34Section 198 amended (Coastal shipping)
35Section 201 amended (Regulations)
36Section 225 amended (Interpretation)
36ASection 388 amended (Marine protection rules in relation to harmful and other substances)
37Section 452 amended (Incorporation by reference)
Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: