The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has revoked the Australian Certificate for the Carriage of Livestock (ACCL) of the Panamanian-flagged livestock carrier ‘Jawan’, as ‘the vessel’s approved stability data cannot be relied upon when the vessel is loaded’.
After a thorough investigation and show cause process, the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has cancelled the livestock export licence of Emanuel Exports. This comes after 2,400 sheep died from heat stress onboard the livestock carrier ‘Awassi Express’ in August 2017.
After a fatal forklift accident at the Port of San Diego, the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited the marine cargo handler SSA Pacific, for serious safety violations. The Administration has issued six citations totaling $205,235 in proposed penalties to the company.
Australia’s Department of Agriculture and Water Resources suspended the live export licence of the company implicated in the death of 2,400 sheep from heat stress onboard the livestock carrier ‘Awassi Express’ in August 2017. The licence will remain suspended pending a full review of the company’s response to a show cause notice.
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