For all enquiries on the RMYC Pollution Incident Response Management Plans (PIRMPs)
contact Marina Manager Alasdair Wells on 0418 423 897.
POLLUTION INCIDENT RESPONSE MANAGEMENT PLANS (PIRMPs)
|NAME||POSITION||24 HR CONTACT|
|Plan Activation - Persons responsible to activate response plan|
|Alasdair Wells||Marina Manager||0418 423 897|
|Jacob Jeskie-Falzon||Assistant Marina Manager||0412 423 458|
|Notification of Authorities - Persons who authorise notification|
|Jayson McDonald||CEO||0412 479 707|
|Pollution Response - Person responsible for management of response|
|Alasdair Wells||Assistant Marina Manager||0418 423 897|
|Relevant Authorities - Contact details (in order of industry notification for pollution incidents)|
|AUTHORITY||CONTACT||24 HR CONTACT|
|Fire & Rescue||(if immediate threat to
human health or property)
(or the Appropriate
Regulatory Authority - ARA)
Take note of EPA reference number
Local Public Health Line
|1300 066 055|
|Work Cover||Option 2 (Jan 2014)
EPA reference number required
|13 10 50|
|Local Authority (Local Councils)||Pittwater Council||02 9970 1111|
|Fire & Rescue NSW||If situation warranted 000 call.
You do not need to call again
|1300 729 579|
|Adjoining businesses / tenants
/ others at risk
|Andrew Moore Marine
Newport Marine & Electrical Services
|0414 260 230 (Andrew)
0432 666 525 (Matt Doyle)
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY NUMBERS
For all emergencies regarding the Royal Motor Yacht Club Marina contact Marina Manager Alasdair Wells on 0418 423 897.
- RMYC Marina Security Guard: 0450 711 411
FUEL WHARF OPERATING HOURS
Fuel in Pittwater is available at these times:
Summer: (November to March)
|Monday to Thursday:||8.00am to 5.30pm|
|Friday:||8.00am to 7.30pm|
|Saturday & Sunday:||7.30am to 7.30pm|
|Public & School Holidays:||7.30am to 7.30pm|
Winter: (April to October)
|Monday to Friday:||8.00am to 5.30pm|
|Saturday & Sunday:||7.30am to 5.30pm|
For all complaints regarding the Royal Motor Yacht Club Marina please contact Marina Manager Alasdair Wells on 0418 423 897 or via email to email@example.com
CLEAN MARINA PROGRAM
The International Clean Marina Program is a voluntary, incentive-based education and outreach program. It encourages environmental compliance and the use of best management practises for marinas.
The focus of the program is to assist the marina industry operators in their endeavours to protect inland and coastal waterways by leading them through a voluntary accreditation process. The program provides an easy-to-follow system to develop valuable environmental management practises and rewards accredited operators with real business benefits.
The program is supported in NSW by the Department of Primary Industries, Department of the Environment and the NSW EPA and in South Australia by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA).
CLICK HERE for more information on the MIA Clean Marina Scheme.
GOLD ANCHOR MARINA
The Gold Anchor International Scheme is an industry accreditation scheme designed to assist marina users with their marina selection and to provide a customer focused framework for marinas to continually improve their service to consumers. The Marina Industries Association (MIA) Gold Anchor International Scheme has specifically been developed around the needs of boaters across the Asia/Pacific region. It takes into account the different types of marinas across this region.
CLICK HERE for more information on the Gold Anchor Marina Scheme.