No. MSIRA reports may not be used in any proceedings where the purpose, or one of the purposes, is to apportion blame or liability
MSIRA draft reports are issued in confidence. You may only share the contents with an advisor for the purposes of making a formal response in writing to the chief marine accident investigator.
You will have 30 days to respond in writing
Persons who may be affected by the report’s contents and others with a substantial interest in the MSIRA investigation will be given the opportunity to comment of the draft report before final publication.
The chief marine accident investigator is appointed directly by the governor and the authority is functionally independent from government.