Enforceable Undertakings are a way for a duty holder to voluntarily make a binding agreement with Maritime New Zealand to take action for any breach they have made under HSWA.
Accepted Enforceable Undertakings
Pegasus Fishing Limited and Antony Threadwell
6 May 2022
Maritime NZ has accepted an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) from Pegasus Fishing Limited and its Director, Antony Threadwell after a collision outside the entrance to Lyttelton in January 2020 between a 180-metre bulk carrier, Rose Harmony, and a 24-metre fishing vessel, Leila Jo, operated by Pegasus.Pegasus Fishing Limited and Antony Threadwell[PDF: 3.9MB, 21 pages]
KiwiRail - Kaiarahi
7 April 2021
Maritime NZ has accepted an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) from KiwiRail as the result of an incident on the Kaiarahi Interislander ferry in April 2019.KiwiRail - Kaiarahi[PDF: 2.8MB, 29 pages]
ISO Limited - Pakhoi
15 October 2020
Maritime NZ has accepted an enforceable undertaking (EU) from ISO Limited after an incident on 19th December 2017 at Port of Tauranga.ISO Limited - Pakhoi[PDF: 3.48MB, 26 pages]
The guideline provides additional information on the process and should be read in conjunction with the operational policy document.Enforceable Undertakings Practice Guide[PDF: 667kB, 16 pages] Enforceable Undertakings Operational Policy[PDF: 247kB, 13 pages]
Health and Safety
A guide for mariners
This guide provides information about your responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA) 2015.
[PDF: 3.01Mb, 72 pages]