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Port Hedland Enforces New CCTV Requirement for Capesize Vessels to Enhance Maritime Safety Starting January 2025.

To enhance navigational safety and operational efficiency within the Port of Port Hedland, Pilbara Ports are implementing a new requirement for Capesize vessels (nominal deadweight > 120,000) entering and operating within the port.

All vessel operators of Capesize vessels (nominal deadweight > 120,000) are required to comply with this new safety regulation by the start of 2025.

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Effective 1st Jan 2025, all Capesize vessels (nominal deadweight > 120,000) entering and operating within the Port of Port Hedlands are to be equipped with a minimum of one (1) Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) rudder camera installed at the steering gear flat, positioned to clearly capture the rudder angles during maneuvering. 

CCTV Camera Installation

The CCTV camera must be mounted on top or in front of the rudder in the steering gear flat. It must be positioned to provide a clear and unobstructed view of the rudder angle.

Bridge Monitor

CCTV camera monitor must be installed on the bridge where it is easily accessible and visible to the Marine Pilot/ bridge team. The monitor must display real-time footage from the steering gear flat, ensuring the pilot can accurately monitor and adjust the rudder angles during navigation.

System Requirements

The CCTV system should be robust and capable of functioning effectively in the maritime environment. It should provide high-resolution images and reliable performance in all operating conditions.

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