The prime objective of MSAF is to ensure that highest safety standards are met, MSAF products and services are provided in an efficient manner, meeting both the regulatory requirements and the needs of our customers.
MSAF is responsible for MSI and endeavours to keep these MSI up-to-date on the MSAF website. However, it is the responsibility of Masters/Captains of ships to monitor/receive MSI broadcast MSI from the coast radio station.
Drowning is among the ten leading causes of death for children and young people in every region of the world. Your safety is your responsibility. Life Saving Appliances can be purchased at any Post Fiji outlets or for more information call us on 3315266.
With MSAF responsible for collating and issuing coastal warnings for the Fiji national area of responsibility within the NAVAREA XIV region our Aids to Navigation (AtoN)/ Information Officer Sunil Kumar is currently in Niue attending a Maritime Safety Information (MSI) training facilitated by Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand a branch of Maritime New Zealand.
Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) is the NAVAREA XIV Coordinator, the authority tasked with collecting and issuing long range navigational warnings.
MSI is promulgated in accordance with the provisions of the SOLAS Convention as amended and Section 101 of the Maritime Transport Act.