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Australasian Marine Pilots Institute


published on 16 November 2021 353 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "AMPI Editor". Originally published on 2021-11-15.
The Australasian Marine Pilots Institute (“AMPI”) is the professional body representing marine pilots throughout Australasia. It assists in the setting of standards, safety management and provides support and guidance with ongoing professional development.

AMPI provides advice to regulators on how to improve operational safety in Australian ports and ensures that member pilots and their organisations continue to lead in world’s best practice. Together with its partners, AMPI has developed a set of training standards for both initial and continual training for pilots. As a partner of the International Marine Pilots Association, AMPI also has input into important decisions made by the International Maritime Organisation.
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