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Home News A familar face takes charge of Maritime Safety Authority
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PEOPLEMick Kinley, Warren Truss
DEPARTMENTSAustralian Maritime Safety Authority
TAGS Public administration, Environment, maritime safety, Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Disaster/Accident, Search and rescue, Mick Kinley, pollution
A familiar face has been appointed the new CEO of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority. Mick Kinley started with the organisation 20 years ago.
After 20 years with the organisation, Mick Kinley has been announced as the Australian Maritime Safety Authority’s new CEO.
Kinley has been acting in the role since the departure of Graham Peachey in May, after heading up the authority for seven years.
In a statement today, Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss said Kinley was “very qualified” for the role and expressed confidence he would be “warmly welcomed” in the maritime sector:
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