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   What is MSIC?

As from the 1st January 2007, any person requiring unescorted access within a maritime security zone is required to display a Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC). An MSIC is a nationally recognized security identification card that shows you are cleared to enter and work in maritime security zones of our ports, ships and offshore oil and gas facilities. Having an MSIC won't entitle you to automatic entry to any or all security zones but it does show that you have successfully completed the background checking process required to enter these zones. A security access card may be required to access certain security zones.

   Why Use 1-Stop?

One benefit of using 1-Stop is that you are able to apply online from any location that has internet access using the 1-Stop web application and have your identity check completed at most Australia Post outlets within Australia.

The 1-Stop issued MSIC card has been developed with specific technology so it can be used as the access card for Patrick Stevedores, DP World or AAT facilities. This means that you have a single card with dual use and there is no additional cost for the access component. All that is required is to complete the site induction tests and your card will be activated within the access control systems at the relevant facilities.

   Warning - Severe Penalties

The use of another individual's MSIC constitutes a criminal offence under the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Regulations 2003 (MTOFSR).

The MTOFSR is very clear on this issue; "a person commits an offence if he or she is in maritime secuirty zone and he or she fails to properly display a valid MSIC or temporary MSIC". AN MSIC issued to another individual is not a "valid" MSIC. Severe Penalties of between $500 and $2,000 may apply to an individual trying to present another individual's MSIC

In addition to these penalties, the Maritime Industry Participant (MIP) responsible for managing access to the maritime security zone will be asked to immediately remove the MSIC from circulation.

The individual to whom the MSIC has been issued will then be asked to demonstrate to the Department of Transport and Regional Services why their MSIC should not be immediately cancelled.


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