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Wader Safety
Learn how to use waders safely and turn them into an asset rather than a liability.
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Flares - How to use them
Flares are an essential piece of safety equipment in sheltered and open waters in Tasmania but few boaties know how to use them. Please take some time to look at the video so you have an idea how they work should you get into trouble. Please also read the instructions on your own flares next time you are on the boat.
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Kayak and Canoe Safety - Paddling in Low Light
Make sure you have sufficient lighting on your paddle craft to ensure you can be seen in low light or darkness. It is very easy to fit your paddle craft with the correct lighting.
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Rowing Safety and Rowing Capsize
Advice on what to do if you have a single scull capsize or a double scull capsize and some helpful rowing safety tips.
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Kayaks and Canoes - Paddle Safety
New legislation took effect on 1 January 2014 in Tasmania with regards to lightweight craft (kayaks and canoes). See the safety equipment now required for kayaks and canoes.
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MetEye - Weather forecasting tool from the Bureau of Meteorology
This is a fantastic tool for getting your local weather, giving the latest weather and forecasts out to 7 days ahead, for any location. It is a graphical forecasting viewer which gives seven day forecasts, satellite and radar imagery and almost real time information on temperature, rainfall, cloud cover, humidity and wind speed.
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Buoyancy in Boats
Does your vessel have enough buoyancy?
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Fire Safety
Fire and boats don't mix. You hope never to have a blaze on board your boat. However, if it does happen, it pays to be prepared.
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MAST TV Lifejacket Awareness Day
MAST Lifejacket Awareness Day held on 27 February 2015
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Transiting the Tasman Bridge
This MAST TV episode is about responsibilities of recreational craft around larger commercial ships. It also involves aspects of transiting the Tasman Bridge.
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Be Boat Safe Kids
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Cold Water Immersion
The effects of falling into cold water can be deadly. MAST TV has gone to the Australian Antarctic Division to look at the impacts of Cold Water Immersion.
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Checking Inflatable Life Jackets
Look after your inflatable life jacket and have it serviced regularly
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MAST Boat Safe Partners and Paddle Safe Partners
Boat Safe Partners and Paddle Safe Partners around Tasmania have been trained by MAST to give the right advice on boating and paddling safety. Support those who support you. Look for the Boat Safe and Paddle Safe stickers at chandleries and retail outlets.
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Boating Safety
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Barway Crossings
Boating and How to safely cross barways
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Anchoring Your Boat
Tips for anchoring your boat
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Kayaks and Sit-on-Tops
Safe Paddling
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MAST TV Winter Edition 2014
Update on new facilities around the state, mooring regulations, paddle safe courses and VHF radio upgrade.
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Update on MAST Moorings, Facilities and GPS
Update on Facilities upgrades, GPS
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EPIRB Safety advice
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GPS Plotter
Many people have a GPS plotter on their boats however they need to be set to the correct map datum. MAST has set up 17 positions around Tasmania to help you do this.
Views: 1258 marineandsafetytas
MAST TV - Summer 2013/2014 Edition
Update on MAST facilities around Tasmania, VHF radio, new legislation for kayaks, canoes, lightweight craft and moorings.
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Maintain your Boat
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BoatWise App
This is a new safety iniative of Marine and Safety Tasmania and Surf Life Saving Tasmania. The phone app is available on the App Store and is free.
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New Life Jacket Standard
The transition to the AS4758 jacket commenced in 2010. By January 2021 all life jackets will need to adhere to this new Standard.
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Using your Killswitch
It is important to use the kill switch when boating alone.
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Boatwise Phone App - Demonstration
Shows how to use the Boatwise Phone App
Views: 503 marineandsafetytas
Service Your Inflatable Life Jacket
Your inflatable life jacket must be serviced according to the manufacturer's recommendations
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Boating and Fishing Fun Day Longford 2013
Safety Day at Longford
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Life Jackets
There is a life jacket to suit everyone. Always wear a life jacket when boating. Always service your life jacket.
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Boat Capsize
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Boat Lights at Night
You're the Skipper - You're Responsible - make sure you have the correct lights at night.
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Speed and Wash
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Checking Your Inflatable life Jacket
Inflatable life jackets need checking and servicing.
Views: 46 marineandsafetytas