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REVIEW OF THE SECURITY LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE) BILL 2020 AND STATUTORY REVIEW OF THE SECURITY OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ACT 2018
Australian shipping is on its last legs and requires significant legislative and policy changes for it to be a viable transport option when considering the management of Australia’s domestic freight task. This submission discusses some of the key factors that require consideration and outlines the benefits of increased shipping around Australia.
Ports Australia recognises that the primary legislative instruments to increase coastal shipping lies within the remit of the Federal Government, however we welcome the Queensland Government’s consideration of this matter in looking at the issues relevant to the state, including potential opportunities and intrastate shipping.
A Ports Australia submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee on the effectiveness of the temporary skills visa system in managing the genuine long-term maritime skills shortage in Australia.
New South Wales' freight and port networks are fundamental to our economy and that the State’s future economic growth and prosperity are built on the safe, efficient and reliable movement of goods. Unfortunately, the intent of this view is neither included in the key actions for creating a future transport system nor fully comprehended in the rest of the government's proposal.
Australian shipping is on its last legs and requires significant legislative and policy changes for it to be a viable transport option. In response to the Deputy Prime Minister's request, Ports Australia has provided his department with some analysis and views on how we can undertake reforms to the coastal trading legislative framework.
Ports Australia welcomes the Productivity Commission’s study into Australia’s resilience to global supply chain disruptions; and engagement with the transport and logistics sectors to appropriately assess critical risks and mitigation strategies.