Title 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS
Chapter I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR125.01] [Page 7] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 125--IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIALS FOR PERSONS REQUIRING ACCESS TO WATERFRONT FACILITIES OR VESSELS--Table of Contents Sec. 125.01 Commandant. The term Commandant means Commandant of the Coast Guard. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR125.03] [Page 7] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 125--IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIALS FOR PERSONS REQUIRING ACCESS TO WATERFRONT FACILITIES OR VESSELS--Table of Contents Sec. 125.03 District Commander. The term District Commander means the officer of the Coast Guard designated by the Commandant to command a Coast Guard District. ...


the Coast Guard, under the command of a District Commander, so designated by the Commandant for the purpose of giving immediate direction to Coast Guard law...


this subchapter shall include only the Red River of the North, the Mississippi River and its tributaries above the Huey P. Long Bridge, and that part of the Atchafalaya...


means all piers, wharves, docks, and similar structures to which vessels may be secured, buildings on such structures or contiguous to them, and equipment and...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR125.08] [Page 7] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 125--IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIALS FOR PERSONS REQUIRING ACCESS TO WATERFRONT FACILITIES OR VESSELS--Table of Contents Sec. 125.08 Great Lakes. The term Great Lakes as used in the regulations in this subchapter shall include the Great Lakes and their connecting and tributary waters. [CGFR 57-52, 22 FR 10301, Dec. 20, 1957] ...


used in this subchapter, means any of the following: (a) Coast Guard Port Security Card (Form CG 2514). [[Page 8]] (b) Merchant Mariner's Document. ...


issued by the Coast Guard under the provisions of this subchapter shall be a laminated card bearing photograph, signature, fingerprint, and personal description of...


Port Security Card (Form CG-2514) shall be valid for a period of eight years from the date of issuance thereof unless sooner suspended or revoked by proper authority. On...


issued under the form designation ``Form CG 2514'' prior to the revision of August 1950 were declared invalid by a notice published in the Federal Register...


and harbor craft therein. (a) The Commandant will, from time to time, direct Captains of the Port of certain ports to prevent access of persons who do not possess...


persons may be issued Coast Guard Port Security Cards: (1) Persons regularly employed on vessels or on waterfront facilities. (2) Persons having regular...


Security Card, or a holder of such card, which may preclude a determination that his character and habits of life are such as to warrant the belief that his presence...


shall be made under oath in writing and shall include applicant's answers in full to inquiries with respect to such matters as are deemed by the Commandant to be pertinent...


described in this section in the order of its desirability; however, the Coast Guard will reject any evidence not believed to be authentic; (a) Birth certificate...


documents which indicated the country of which [[Page 11]] the applicant is a citizen shall be accepted as evidence of citizenship in a...


shall not be accepted unless sponsored. The applicant shall be sponsored by an authorized official of applicant's employer or by an authorized official of...


application does not contain sufficient information to enable him to satisfy himself that the character and habits of life of the applicant are such to warrant the...


the character and habits of life of the applicant are not such as to warrant the belief that his presence on waterfront facilities, and port and harbor areas,...


is not satisfied that the character and habits of life of a holder of a Coast Guard Port Security Card are such as to warrant the belief that his presence on...


125.33 shall contain a statement of the reasons why the Commandant is not satisfied that the character and habits of life of the applicant or holder are such as to...


Coast Guard District. The Commandant shall designate for each Hearing Board a Chairman, who shall be, so far as practicable, an officer of the Coast Guard. The Commandant...


a Hearing Board, the Chairman shall: (a) Fix the time and place of the hearing; (b) Inform the applicant or holder of the names of the members of the Hearing...


Sec. 125.39 the applicant or holder may request disqualification of any member of the Hearing Board on the grounds of personal bias or other cause. The request shall...


and in a serious, businesslike atmosphere of dignity and decorum and shall be expedited as much as possible. (b) The hearing shall be in open or closed session at...


Commandant is satisfied that the character and habits of life of the applicant or holder are such as to warrant the belief that his presence on waterfront...


DC, an Appeal Board to hear appeals provided for in this part. The Commandant shall designate for the Appeal Board a Chairman, who shall be so far...


Board's recommendation, the Commandant is satisfied that the character and habits of life of the applicant or holder are such as to warrant the belief that his presence...


Coast Guard Port Security Card has been stolen, lost, or destroyed shall report that fact to a Coast Guard Port Security Unit or Captain of the Port as soon thereafter...


application for a Coast Guard Port Security Card and who did not receive such a document prior to May 1, 1956, shall submit a new application in accordance with the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR125.57] [Page 16] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 125--IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIALS FOR PERSONS REQUIRING ACCESS TO WATERFRONT FACILITIES OR VESSELS--Table of Contents Sec. 125.57 Applications previously denied. A person who has been denied a Coast Guard Port Security Card before May 1, 1956, may file a new application for such a document in accordance with the requirements of this part. ...


of the United States Coast Guard. Captain of the Port (COTP) means the officer of the Coast Guard, under the command of a District Commander, so designated by...


facility. The term designated waterfront facility means a waterfront facility designated by Sec. 126.13 for the handling and storage of, and for vessel loading...


all explosives and other hazardous materials or cargo covered by-- (a) Dangerous Cargoes, 46 CFR part 148; or (b) Hazardous Materials, 49 CFR parts 170-179, except...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR126.09] [Page 17] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 126--HANDLING OF CLASS 1 (EXPLOSIVE) MATERIALS OR OTHER DANGEROUS CARGOES WITHIN OR CONTIGUOUS TO WATERFRONT FACILITIES--Table of Contents Sec. 126.09 Designated dangerous cargo. The term designated dangerous cargo means Division 1.1 and 1.2 explosives, as defined in 49 CFR 173.50. [CGD 92-050, 59 FR 39965, Aug. 5, 1994] ...


means any of the following: (a) Division 1.1 or 1.2 explosives, as defined in 49 CFR 173.50. (b) Oxidizing material or blasting agent for which a permit...


Whenever the Commandant, the District Commander, or the Captain of the Port finds that the application of any provisions contained in Sec.Sec. 126.15 and 126.16 is...


facilities which fulfill the conditions required in Sec. 126.15, unless waived under provisions of Sec. 126.11, and only such waterfront facilities are designated for...


The conditions referred to in Sec. 126.13 for designation of a waterfront facility for the purpose of handling, storing, stowing, loading, discharging,...


(a) Basic requirements. The facility shall comply with all the conditions in Sec. 126.15 except where specifically waived by Sec. 126.11. (b) Warning...


Designated dangerous cargo may be handled, loaded, discharged, or transported at any designated waterfront facility only if a permit therefor has been issued by...


Upon the application of the owners or operators of a designated waterfront facility or of their authorized representatives, the Captain of the Port is authorized...


to Sec. 126.19 are hereby conditioned upon the observance and fulfillment of the following: (a) The conditions set forth in Sec. 126.15 shall at all times be...


Any permit issued pursuant to Sec. 126.19 shall terminate automatically at the conclusion of the transaction for which the permit has been issued and may be terminated, or suspended,...


Handling, loading, discharging, or transporting any designated dangerous cargo without a permit, as provided under Sec. 126.17, being in force, will...


A general permit is hereby issued for the handling, storing, stowing, loading, discharging or transporting of dangerous cargo (other than designated dangerous cargo) in bulk,...


or nitro carbo nitrate; general provisions. (a) When any item of ammonium nitrate, ammonium nitrate fertilizers, fertilizer mixtures, or nitro carbo...


(a) Authority. The Captain of the Port is authorized to require that any transaction of handling, storing, stowing, loading, discharging, or transporting the dangerous cargo covered...


The Captain of the Port is hereby authorized to terminate or to suspend the general permit granted by Sec. 126.27 in respect to any particular designated waterfront facility...


Handling, storing, stowing, loading, discharging, or transporting any dangerous cargo covered by Sec. 126.27 under circumstances not covered by the general permit granted...


the rules, regulations, conditions, and designations in this part shall be construed as relieving the masters, owners, operators, and agents of vessels, docks, piers, wharves,...


conditions, or designations contained in this part or the application of such provision to any person, waterfront facility, or circumstances shall be held...


(a) Subparts A and B of this part apply to the marine transfer area for LNG of each new waterfront facility handling LNG and to new construction in the marine transfer area for...


(a) Certain material is incorporated by reference into this part with the approval of the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part...


used in this part: Active means accomplishing the transfer of LHG or LNG, or scheduling one to occur, within 12 months of the current date. Captain of the Port (COTP)...


(a) An owner who intends to build a new facility or the owner or operator who plans new construction on an existing facility, must submit a letter of intent that meets paragraph (d)...


After the COTP receives the letter of intent under Sec. 127.007 (a) or (c), the COTP issues a letter of recommendation to the owner or operator of the facility and to the...


The operator shall ensure that the COTP or his representative is allowed to make reasonable examinations and inspections to determine whether the facility meets...


(a) The COTP may issue an order to the operator to suspend LHG or LNG transfer operations if the COTP finds any condition requiring immediate action to-- ...


person directly affected by an action taken under this part may request reconsideration by the Coast Guard officer responsible for that action. (b) Except as provided...


COTP may allow alternative procedures, methods, or equipment standards to be used by an operator instead of any requirements in this part if-- (1) The operator submits...


Procedures for examination. (a) The owner or operator of an active existing facility shall submit two copies of the Operations Manual and of the Emergency Manual...


construction: General. The marine transfer area for LNG must meet the following criteria in NFPA 59A: (a) Chapter 2, Sections 2-1.2 and 2-3. (b) Chapter...


wharves. (a) If the waterfront facility handling LNG is in a region subject to earthquakes, the piers and wharves must be designed to resist earthquake forces. ...


spacing of marine transfer area for LNG. (a) LNG impounding spaces must be located so that the heat flux from a fire over the impounding spaces does not cause structural...


systems. (a) The electrical power system must have a power source and a separate emergency power source, so that failure of one source does not affect the...


(a) The marine transfer area for LNG must have a lighting system and separate emergency lighting. (b) All outdoor lighting must be located or shielded so that...


(a) The marine transfer area for LNG must have a ship-to-shore communication system and a separate emergency ship-to-shore communication system. ...


(a) The marine transfer area for LNG must have warning signs that-- (1) Meet paragraph (b) of this section; (2) Can be seen from the shore and the...


alarm systems. (a) Fixed sensors must have audio and visual alarms in the control room and audio alarms nearby. (b) Fixed sensors that continuously monitor for...


detectors. The marine transfer area for LNG must have at least two portable gas detectors capable of measuring 0-100% of the lower flammable limit...


Each transfer system must have an emergency shutdown system that-- (a) Can be activated manually; and (b) Is activated automatically when the fixed...


(a) The marine transfer area for LNG must have a rotating or flashing amber light with a minimum effective flash intensity, in the horizontal plane, of 5000...


charge of shoreside transfer operations: Qualifications and certification. (a) No person may serve, and the operator of the waterfront facility handling LNG may not...


suspension order. If an order to suspend is given to the operator or owner of the waterfront facility handling LNG, no LNG transfer operations may be conducted at...


Each Operations Manual must contain-- (a) A description of the transfer system including mooring areas, transfer connections, control rooms, and diagrams...


Each Emergency Manual must contain-- (a) LNG release response procedures, including contacting local response organizations; (b) Emergency...


and Emergency Manual: Use. The operator shall ensure that-- (a) LNG transfer operations are not conducted unless the waterfront facility handling LNG has...


(a) The operator shall designate and mark parking spaces that-- (1) Do not block fire lanes; (2) Do not impede any exits; (3) Are not located in...


(a) The operator shall ensure that only the following flammable materials are stored in the marine transfer area for LNG: (1) LNG. (2) LPG. ...


inspection. Before transferring LNG, the person in charge of shoreside transfer operations shall-- (a) Inspect the transfer piping and equipment to be...


inspection. (a) After the preliminary transfer inspection under Sec. 127.315 has been satisfactorily completed, the person in charge of shoreside transfer...


During LNG transfer operations, the following must be met: (a) The operator of the waterfront facility handling LNG shall ensure that-- (1) The...


LNG. (a) The operator of the waterfront facility handling LNG shall ensure that-- (1) No person releases LNG into the navigable waters of the United...


The operator of the waterfront facility handling LNG shall ensure that the equipment required under this part is maintained in a safe condition so that it...


The operator shall conduct a visual inspection for defects of each pressure-relief device not capable of being tested, at least once each calendar year, with...


The operator shall ensure that-- (a) Equipment repairs are made so that-- (1) The equipment continues to meet the applicable requirements in this subpart and...


(a) The operator shall pressure test under paragraph (b) of this section the transfer system, including piping, hoses, and loading arms, and verify the set pressure of...


(a) The operator shall keep on file the following information: (1) A description of the components tested under Sec. 127.407. (2) The date and results of the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR127.501] [Page 35] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 127--WATERFRONT FACILITIES HANDLING LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS AND LIQUEFIED HAZARDOUS GAS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Waterfront Facilities Handling Liquefied Natural Gas Sec. 127.501 Applicability. The training required by this subpart must be completed before LNG is transferred. ...


The operator shall ensure that each of the following is met: (a) All full-time employees have training in the following subjects: [[Page 36]] ...


(a) Fire equipment and systems provided in addition to the requirements in this subpart must meet the requirements of this subpart. (b) The following...


extinguishers. Each marine transfer area for LNG must have-- (a) Portable fire extinguishers that meet 9-6.1 of NFPA 59A and Chapter 3 of NFPA 10; and (b)...


(a) There must be an emergency outfit for each person whose duties include fighting fires, but there must be at least two emergency outfits. Each emergency...


systems. (a) Each marine transfer area for LNG must have a fire main system that provides at least two water streams to each part of the LNG transfer piping...


(a) Each marine transfer area for LNG must have a dry chemical system that provides at least two dry chemical discharges to the area surrounding the...


connection. The marine transfer area for LNG must have an international shore connection that is in accordance with ASTM F 1121 (incorporated by reference,...


In the marine transfer area for LNG, the operator shall ensure that no person smokes when there is LNG present. [CGD 78-038, 53 FR 3376, Feb. 7, 1988, as amended at...


In the marine transfer area for LNG, the operator shall ensure that there are no fires when there is LNG present. [CGD 78-038, 53 FR 3376, Feb. 7, 1988, as amended at...


The operator shall ensure that no person conducts welding, torch cutting, or other hotwork unless that person has a permit from the COTP. ...


existing facilities. The operator shall ensure that any security procedure and arrangement on existing facilities, that were in use when LNG transfer operations were...


the marine transfer area for LNG. The operator shall ensure that-- (a) Access to the marine transfer area for LNG from the shoreside and the waterside is...


The operator shall ensure that security patrols of the marine transfer area for LNG are conducted once every hour, or that a manned television monitoring system...


The operator shall ensure that no person is assigned security patrol duty unless that person has been instructed on security...


The following must be within a fence or wall that prevents trespassing: (a) Impounding spaces. (b) Control rooms and stations. ...


The marine transfer area for LNG must have a means of direct communications between the security patrol and other operating or security personnel on duty on...


Source: CGD 88-049, 60 FR 39796, Aug. 3, 1995, unless otherwise noted. Design and Construction Each piping...


hoses and loading arms. (a) Each hose within the marine transfer area for LHG used for the transfer of LHG or its vapors to or from a vessel...


wharves. (a) Each new waterfront facility handling LHG, and all new construction in the marine transfer area for LHG of each existing facility, must comply with...


spacing of marine transfer area for LHG. Each new waterfront facility handling LHG, and all new construction in the marine transfer area for LHG of each existing...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR127.1107] [Page 40] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 127--WATERFRONT FACILITIES HANDLING LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS AND LIQUEFIED HAZARDOUS GAS--Table of Contents Subpart C--Waterfront Facilities Handling Liquefied Hazardous Gas Sec. 127.1107 Electrical systems. Electrical equipment and wiring must be of the kind specified by, and must be installed in accordance with, NFPA 70. ...


(a) Each waterfront facility handling LHG, at which transfers of LHG take place between sunset and sunrise, must have outdoor lighting that illuminates...


(a) The marine transfer area for LHG must possess a communication system that enables continuous two way voice communication between the person in charge...


(a) The marine transfer area for LHG must have warning signs that-- (1) Meet paragraph (b) of this section; (2) Can be seen from the shore and the...


(a) Each waterfront facility handling LHG that transfers a flammable LHG must have at least two portable gas detectors, or a fixed gas detector, in the...


shutdown. (a) Each piping system used to transfer LHG or its vapors to or from a vessel must have a quick-closing shutoff valve to stop the flow of liquid and...


(a) Each marine transfer area for LHG must have a rotating or flashing amber light that is visible for at least 1,600 meters (1 mile) from the transfer...


Each waterfront facility handling LHG must provide equipment for respiratory protection for each employee of the facility in the marine transfer area...


charge of transfers for the facility: Qualifications and certification. (a) No person may serve, or use the services of any person, as a person in charge of...


(a) Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that each person assigned to act as a person in charge of transfers for the facility has...


suspension order. If the COTP issues to the owner or operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG an order to suspend a transfer, no transfer may take place...


Each Operations Manual must contain-- (a) A description of each liquid-transfer system and vapor transfer system, including each mooring area,...


Manual. (a) Each Emergency Manual must contain-- (1) For each LHG handled-- (i) A physical description of the LHG; (ii) A description of the hazards...


and Emergency Manual: Use. Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that-- (a) No transfer is conducted unless the facility has...


(a) When LHG is being transferred or stored in the marine transfer area of a waterfront facility handling LHG, the operator shall ensure that no person-- ...


hazardous materials. (a) Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that no materials listed in the table of hazardous materials under 49...


transfer inspection. Before each transfer, the person in charge of transfer for the facility shall-- (a) Inspect piping and equipment within the marine...


Inspection. (a) Each person in charge of transfer for the facility shall ensure that no person transfers LHG to or from a vessel until a Declaration of...


of LHG. (a) The operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall notify the COTP of the time and place of each transfer of LHG in bulk at least 4 hours before...


LHG. (a) Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that-- (1) No person intentionally releases LHG into the environment; and (2) If...


marine transfer area for LHG. Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that-- (a) Access to the marine transfer area for LHG from...


Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that all cargo handling equipment is operable, and that no equipment that may cause the release...


(a) Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall conduct a visual inspection for defects of each pressure relief device not capable of being...


Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that-- (a) Equipment is repaired so that-- (1) The equipment continues to meet the...


(a) Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall conduct a static liquid-pressure test of the piping, hoses, and loading arms of the LHG-transfer...


(a) Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall keep on file: (1) A description of the components inspected or tested under Sec. 127.1403...


(a) The number, kind, and place of equipment for fire detection, protection, control, and extinguishment must be determined by an evaluation based upon sound...


extinguishers. Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG must provide portable fire extinguishers of appropriate, number, size, and kind in the...


response and rescue. (a) Each waterfront facility handling LHG must arrange for emergency response and rescue pending the arrival [[Page...


for fire protection. (a) Each waterfront facility handling LHG must have a supply of water and a means for distributing and applying the water to protect...


controlling and extinguishing fires. (a) Within each marine transfer area for LHG of each waterfront facility handling LHG that transfers a flammable LHG, portable...


connection. Each marine transfer area for LHG that receives foreign flag vessels must have an international shore connection meeting the requirements of ASTM...


Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that no person smokes in the marine transfer area for LHG unless-- (a) Neither flammable LHG nor...


Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that no person conducts welding, torch cutting, or other hotwork on the facility, or on a vessel...


sources of ignition. Each operator of a waterfront facility handling LHG shall ensure that in the marine transfer area for LHG-- (a) There are no open fires or...


the United States or its territories when being used for the assembling, processing, embarking, or disembarking of passengers or baggage for passenger vessels over...


except for the definition of You. As used in this part: You means the owner or operator of a passenger terminal. [CGD 91-012, 63 FR 53591, Oct....


this part with the approval of the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR Part 51. To enforce any edition other than that...


to your passenger terminal, you must implement for that terminal a program that-- (1) Provides for the safety and security of persons and property in the terminal and...


this part applies to your passenger terminal, you must designate a security officer for the terminal. (b) This officer must ensure that-- (1) An initial...


you or the terminal security officer must report each breach of security, unlawful act, or threat of an unlawful act against the terminal, a passenger vessel subject to part 120...


(a) If your passenger terminal is subject to this part, you must develop and maintain, in writing, for that terminal, an appropriate Terminal Security Plan that articulates the...


operator of the vessel must submit a Terminal Security Plan whenever-- (1) There is an agreement with you that the owner or operator of the vessel will submit the Plan; ...


plan for your passenger terminal will be submitted by an entity other than yourself under Sec. 128.305 or Sec. 120.303 of this chapter, you must submit two copies of each...


(a) If your passenger terminal is subject to this part, you must amend your Terminal Security Plan when directed by the COTP, and may amend it on your own initiative. (b)...


a decision or action taken by the COTP under this part, may appeal that action or decision to the cognizant District Commander according to the procedures in 46 CFR...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR133.1] [Page 58] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 133--OIL SPILL LIABILITY TRUST FUND; STATE ACCESS--Table of Contents Sec. 133.1 Purpose. This part prescribes procedures for the Governor of a State to request payments from the Oil Spill Liability trust Fund (the Fund) for oil pollution removal costs under section 1012(d)(1) of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (the Act) (33 U.S.C. 2712(d)(1)). ...


Act (33 U.S.C. 2701): ``discharge'', ``exclusive economic zone'', ``Fund'', ``incident'', ``National Contingency Plan'', ``navigable waters'', ``oil'', ``remove'',...


designated State official, the OSC may obtain a Federal Project Number (FPN) and a ceiling not to exceed $250,000 per incident for removal costs. The removal costs must be...


for immediate removal action for a single oil pollution incident, but, in any event, may not exceed $250,000 per incident; (2) Must be for removal costs...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR133.9] [Page 59] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 133--OIL SPILL LIABILITY TRUST FUND; STATE ACCESS--Table of Contents Sec. 133.9 Requests: Where made. Requests for access to the Fund under Sec. 133.5 must be made by telephone or other rapid means to the OSC. ...


that the request is a State access request under 33 CFR part 133; (b) Give his or her name, title, department, and State; (c) Describe the incident in...


following: (a) Must be for an incident, occurring after August 18, 1990, which resulted in a discharge, or the substantial threat of a discharge, of oil into or upon...


sources determined to be appropriate at his or her discretion, the OSC will determine whether the proposed removal actions meet the requirements of Sec. 133.13. If...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR133.17] [Page 59] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 133--OIL SPILL LIABILITY TRUST FUND; STATE ACCESS--Table of Contents Sec. 133.17 Conduct of removal actions. Removal actions funded under this part must be coordinated with the OSC and conducted in accordance with the National Contingency Plan. ...


this part, including records of-- (1) Daily expenditures for each individual worker, giving the individual's name, title or position, activity performed, time on...


actions. (b) If any litigation, claim, negotiation, audit, cost recovery, or other action involving the records has been started before the expiration of the...


to determine the source of the incident and the responsible party. (b) Upon completion of the investigation, the State official shall forward the results of...


part, he or she must advise the NPFC in writing of the specific individual who is designated to make requests under this part. (b) This designation must include the...


administrative practices regarding offshore oil pollution liability and compensation, including the administration and general operation of the fund established under Title III...


(1) Owns oil obtained from the Outer Continental Shelf when the oil in produced; [[Page 61]] (2) Owns, operates, or is the guarantor of the owner or operator of...


the same meaning as defined in section 301 of Title III of the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Amendments of 1978 (Pub. L. 95-372): ``barrel''; ``claim'';...


to perform those functions assigned or delegated to the Secretary of Transportation under the Act not reserved by the Secretary of Transportation or...


Guard's administration of the Fund should be directed is: U.S. Coast Guard National Pollution Funds Center, 4200 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 1000, Arlington,...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR135.101] [Page 61] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 135--OFFSHORE OIL POLLUTION COMPENSATION FUND--Table of Contents Subpart B--Levy of Fees Sec. 135.101 Purpose. (a) The purpose of this subpart is to state the general requirements concerning the levy of fees. ...


per barrel is levied on all oil produced on the OCS and is imposed upon the owner of the oil when such oil is produced. (b) The owner of oil obtained from the OCS shall, for...


the owner or operator of each offshore facility required by the Act to establish and maintain evidence of financial responsibility. (b) For the purpose of this...


used for drilling for, producing, or processing oil, or which has the capacity to transport, store, transfer, or otherwise handle more than one thousand barrels of oil at any...


facility is owned and operated solely by one person, that person must establish and maintain evidence of financial responsibility covering the facility. (b) Where...


responsibility may be established by any one, or any combination acceptable to the Fund Administrator, of the following methods: (1) Insurance; (2)...


the Fund Administrator as evidence of financial responsibility shall be issued by an insurer that is acceptable to the Fund Administrator. Those insurers may include...


(1) Agree to be sued directly, within the limits the guaranty, by any person for claims under the Act against the owner or operator; and [[Page 64]] ...


(1) Agree to be sued directly, within the limits of the contract coverage, by any person for claims under the Act against the owner or operator to the extent of the...


filed with the Fund Administrator as evidence of financial responsibility shall be issued by a bonding company that: (1) Is authorized to do business in the United States; ...


self insurance must be supported by a copy of the self-insurer's current balance sheet, income statement, and statement of changes in financial position that are certified...


(1) If the facility is in existence before September 17, 1979, apply for a Certificate of Financial Responsibility before September 17, 1979. (2) If the offshore facility is...


(a) Each owner, operator, or guarantor of an offshore facility shall within ten days notify the Fund Administrator in writing when any changes occur which prevent the...


Certificate of Financial Responsibility becomes invalid for any reason, an application for a new certificate must be immediately submitted to the Fund Administrator in accordance...


certificate may be denied or revoked for any of the following reasons: (1) Making any willfully false statement to the Fund Administrator in connection with establishing...


Occurrences which pose an imminent threat of oil pollution means those incidents that are likely to result in a discharge of oil and include, but are not limited to: vessel...


a vessel or offshore facility that is involved in an incident, including occurrences which pose an imminent threat of oil pollution shall, as soon as that person has knowledge...


under Sec. 135.305, the person in charge of the vessel or offshore facility involved in the incident shall provide his or her name and telephone number, or radio call...


(a) The owner, operator, master or agent of any vessel subject to the Act shall, upon request by any Coast Guard officer or petty officer, permit access to the vessel...


(a) The Captain of the Port issues denial or detention orders to the owner, operator, agent, or master of any vessel that cannot show upon request...


master of a vessel issued a denial or detention order under this subpart may petition the District Commander in any manner to review that order. (b) Upon completion of...


(a) This part prescribes regulations for-- (1) Presentation, filing, processing, settlement, and adjudication of claims authorized to be presented to the Oil...


Anyone desiring to file a claim against the Fund may obtain general information on the procedure for filing a claim from the Director, National Pollution Funds Center, suite 1000,...


(a) As used in this part, the following terms have the same meaning as set forth in sections 1001 and 1007(c) of the Act (33 U.S.C. 2701 and 2707(c)): Claim, claimant,...


In addition to other applicable limitations on presenting claims to the Fund, claims by foreign claimants to recover removal costs or damages may be presented only when...


Persons submitting false claims or making false statements in connection with claims under this part may be subject to prosecution under Federal law, including but...


claims. (a) Except as provided under section 1012(h)(3) of the Act (33 U.S.C. 2712(h)(3)) (minors and incompetents), the Fund will consider a claim only...


(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, all claims for removal costs or damages must be presented first to the responsible party or guarantor...


a claim. (a) The claimant bears the burden of providing all evidence, information, and documentation deemed necessary by the Director, NPFC, to support...


(a) The claims of subrogor (e.g., insured) and subrogee (e.g., insurer) for removal costs and damages arising out of the same incident should be presented together...


multiple items of damages. (a) A claimant must specify all of the claimant's known removal costs or damages arising out of a single incident when submitting a claim. ...


(a) A claimant shall provide the following information concerning any insurance which may cover the removal costs or damages for which compensation is claimed: (1)...


A claimant must include an accounting, including the source and value, of all other compensation received, applied for, or potentially available as a consequence of...


notice to claimant. (a) Payment in full, or acceptance by the claimant of an offer of settlement by the Fund, is final and conclusive for all purposes and, upon...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR136.201] [Page 73] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 136--OIL SPILL LIABILITY TRUST FUND; CLAIMS PROCEDURES; DESIGNATION OF SOURCE; AND ADVERTISEMENT--Table of Contents Subpart C--Procedures for Particular Claims Sec. 136.201 Authorized claimants. Removal Costs A claim for removal costs may be presented by any claimant. ...


In addition to the requirements of Subparts A and B of this part, a claimant must establish-- (a) That the actions taken were necessary to prevent, minimize,...


The amount of compensation allowable is the total of uncompensated reasonable removal costs of actions taken that were determined by the FOSC to...


(a) Claims for uncompensated natural resource damages may be presented by an appropriate natural resources trustee. However, in order to facilitate...


In addition to the requirements of subparts A and B of this part, a trustee must do the following: (a) Submit the assessment and restoration plans which form the...


(a) The amount of compensation allowable is the reasonable cost of assessing damages, and the cost of restoring, rehabilitating, replacing, or acquiring...


(a) A claim for injury to, or economic losses resulting from the destruction of, real or personal property may be presented only by a claimant either owning...


(a) In addition to the requirements of subparts A and B of this part, a claimant must establish-- (1) An ownership or leasehold interest in the property; (2)...


(a) The amount of compensation allowable for damaged property is the lesser of-- (1) Actual or estimated net cost of repairs necessary to restore...


(a) A claim for loss of subsistence use of natural resources may be presented only by a claimant who actually uses, for subsistence, the natural...


In addition to the requirements of subparts A and B of this part, a claimant must provide-- (a) The identification of each specific natural resource for...


(a) The amount of compensation allowable is the reasonable replacement cost of the subsistence loss suffered by the claimant if, during the period of...


A claim for net loss of revenue due to the injury, destruction, or loss of real property, personal property, or natural resources may be presented only by...


In addition to the requirements of Subparts A and B, a claimant must establish-- (a) The identification and description of the economic loss for which compensation...


The amount of compensation allowable is the total net revenue actually lost. [[Page 76]] Profits and...


(a) A claim for loss of profits or impairment of earning capacity due to the injury to, destruction of, or loss of real or personal property or...


In addition to the requirements of subparts A and B of this part, a claimant must establish the following: (a) That real or personal property or natural resources...


The amount of compensation allowable is limited to the actual net reduction or loss of earnings or profits suffered. Calculations for net reductions...


A claim for net costs of providing increased or additional public services during or after removal activities, including protection from fire, safety,...


In addition to the requirements of subparts A and B of this part, a claimant must establish-- (a) The nature of the specific public services provided and the need...


The amount of compensation allowable is the net cost of the increased or additional service provided by the State or political...


General This subpart prescribes the requirements concerning designation of the source or sources of the discharge or threat...


As used in this subpart-- Advertisement means the dissemination of information, including but not limited to paid advertisements, that are reasonably...


designation. (a) When information of an incident is received, the source or sources of the discharge or threat are designated, where possible and appropriate. If...


designation. (a) Within five days after receiving a Notice of Designation under Sec. 136.305, the responsible party or guarantor may deny the designation. (b)...


Advertisement determinations. (a) The Director, NPFC, determines for each incident the type, geographic scope, frequency, and duration of advertisement required. (b)...


advertisement. Advertisement required by the Director, NPFC, will normally include one or more of the following: (a) Paid advertisements in a newspaper or...


advertisement. Each advertisement required by this subpart may be required to contain the following information or to indicate where this information may...


itself, and, where the operator is not the owner or demise charterer, for the owner and demise charterer of the vessel, evidence of financial responsibility to cover liability...


any size, using the waters of the exclusive economic zone to transship or lighter oil (whether delivering or receiving) destined for a place subject to the jurisdiction of...


(1) Until December 28, 1994, a tank vessel is required to carry a Certificate issued under parts 130, 131, and 132 of this chapter, as may be applicable to that vessel. On or...


the same meaning as set forth in-- (1) Section 1001 of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (33 U.S.C. 2701), respecting the financial responsibility referred to in...


to this part can demonstrate that it and the owner and [[Page 82]] demise charterer of the vessel are financially able to meet potential liability for costs...


a Certificate together with fees and evidence of financial responsibility, with the Coast Guard National Pollution Funds Center at the following address: U.S. Coast...


evidence of financial responsibility and appropriate fees at least 21 days prior to the date the Certificate is required. The Director, NPFC, may waive this...


Appendix A of this part. An application and all supporting documents must be in English. All monetary terms must be expressed in United States dollars. (b) An...


of fees, the Director, NPFC, issues a Vessel Certificate of Financial Responsibility (Water Pollution), the original of which (except as provided in Sec.Sec. 138.90 (a)...


least 21 days, but not earlier than 90 days, before the expiration date of the Certificate. Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, a letter may be used for...


applicant shall submit, or cause to be submitted, evidence of financial responsibility in an amount determined under Sec. 138.80(f). A guarantor may submit directly to...


on a completed application when the Director, NPFC, determines that acceptable evidence of financial responsibility has been provided and appropriate fees have been...


under this part, other than an unmanned barge, shall ensure that the original or a legible copy of the demise charter-party (or other written document on the...


a builder, scrapper, lessor, or seller (including a repairer who agrees to be responsible for a vessel under its custody) may apply for a Master Certificate instead of...


(1) Willfully or knowingly makes a false statement in connection with an application for an initial or renewal Certificate; (2) Fails to establish acceptable evidence...


and (d) of this section have been paid. (b) Fees must be paid in United States currency by check, draft, or postal money order made payable to the ``U.S. Coast Guard''. Cash...


under section 1016 of OPA 90 (33 U.S.C. 2716) is [[Page 92]] subject to a civil penalty. In addition, under section 4303(b) of that Act (33...


designate thereon a person located in the United States as its agent for service of process for purposes of this part and for receipt of notices of designations...


(OCS) facilities, vessels, and other units engaged in OCS activities, protect the marine environment, and implement the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (43 U.S.C. 1331...


other units engaged in OCS activities as the term ``OCS activities'' is defined in Sec. 140.10. This subchapter does not apply to pipelines and deepwater ports (as the term...


mobile offshore drilling units in contact with the seabed of the OCS for exploration or exploitation of subsea resources, are in addition to the regulations and...


from any requirements of this subchapter that would be impracticable or unreasonable to apply during construction or erection of...


the approval of the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a). To enforce any edition other than the one listed in paragraph (b) of this...


of 1953 (43 U.S.C. 1331 et seq.), as amended by the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Amendments of 1978 (Pub. L. 95-372). Approved means approved by the Commandant,...


in this subchapter may be permitted by an Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection, to the extent and upon conditions as will insure a degree of safety comparable to or...


the regulations in this subchapter within that person's assigned district. (b) Under the general superintendence of the District Commander, the Officer in Charge,...


Inspection, under the Act or the regulations in this subchapter may request reconsideration of that action or decision. If still dissatisfied, that person may appeal the...


from seeking judicial review as authorized by law. (b) Judicial review of the regulations in this subchapter, or any final ruling or order of the Commandant or that...


(2) Any regulation in this subchapter; or (3) Any order issued under the Act or the regulations in this subchapter by the Commandant, a District Commander, or an Officer...


accordance with subpart 1.07 of 33 CFR part 1 on civil and criminal penalty proceedings, except as follows: (a) The District Commander refers civil penalty cases to...


(a) Each unit engaged in OCS activities is subject to inspection by the Coast Guard. (b) On behalf of the Coast Guard, each fixed OCS facility engaged in OCS activities...


ensure that the facility is inspected, at intervals not to exceed 12 months, to determine whether the facility is in compliance with the requirements of...


found defective during an inspection by a Coast Guard marine inspector or a Minerals Management Service (MMS) inspector and which, in [[Page 139]] the opinion of...


investigate the following incidents occurring as a result of OCS activities: (a) Death. (b) Injury resulting in substantial impairment of any bodily unit...


subchapter shall follow the procedures of 46 CFR Part 4. (b) Representatives of the U.S. Geological Survey may participate in these investigations. This participation...


shall have the power to administer necessary oaths, subpoena witnesses, and require the production of books, papers, documents, and any other evidence. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR141.1] [Page 140] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 141--PERSONNEL--Table of Contents Subpart A--Restrictions on Employment Sec. 141.1 Purpose. This subpart prescribes rules governing restrictions on the employment of personnel on units engaged in OCS activities. ...


activities, except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section. (b) This subpart does not apply to employment of personnel on any: (1) Vessel subject to the...


(1) In the case of an individual, one who is a native born, derivative, or fully naturalized citizen of the United States; (2) In the case of a partnership,...


that is subject to this part must employ, as members of the regular complement of the unit, only citizens of the United States or resident aliens except as provided...


the restrictions on employment in Sec. 141.15 in order to employ persons other than citizens of the United States or resident aliens as part of the regular complement of...


person is a citizen of the United States any one of the following documents and no others: (1) A merchant mariner's document issued by the Coast Guard under 46 CFR Part...


a person is a resident alien any one of the following documents and no others: (a) A merchant mariner's document issued by the Coast Guard under 46 CFR Part 12. ...


maintain, and make available to the Coast Guard upon request, a record identifying which of the documents listed in Sec.Sec. 141.25 and 141.30 were relied upon for...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR142.1] [Page 144] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 142--WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 142.1 Purpose. This part is intended to promote workplace safety and health by establishing requirements relating to personnel, workplace activities and conditions, and equipment on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). ...


(a) Each holder of a lease or permit under the Act shall ensure that all places of employment within the lease area or within the area covered by the permit on the OCS are...


any regulation in this subchapter or any other hazardous or unsafe working condition on any unit engaged in OCS activities to an Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR142.21] [Page 144] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 142--WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH--Table of Contents Subpart B--Personal Protective Equipment Sec. 142.21 Purpose and applicability. This subpart prescribes requirements concerning personal protection on OCS facilities. ...


Act shall ensure that all personnel who are required by this subpart to use or wear personal protective equipment do so when within the lease area or the area covered by...


machining, chipping, handling hazardous materials, or acetylene burning or cutting shall wear the eye and face protector specified for the operation in Figure 8...


falling objects or of contact with electrical conductors shall wear a head protector meeting the specifications of ANSI Z89.1, for the hazard involved. (b) Each head...


there is a reasonable probability for foot injury to occur shall wear footwear meeting the specifications of ANSI Z41, except when environmental conditions exist...


metal, radiant energy, heavy dust, or hazardous materials shall wear clothing and gloves providing protection against the...


ANSI Z88.2, requiring the use of respiratory protection equipment shall wear the type of respiratory protection equipment specified in ANSI Z88.2 for that atmosphere. ...


another, personnel engaged in an activity where there is a hazard of falling 10 or more feet shall wear a safety belt or harness secured by a lanyard to a lifeline, drop...


that, in the event of a fall, they would likely fall into water, shall wear a work vest that meets the requirements of 33 CFR 146.20 or a life preserver that meets...


relief must be immediately available near the drill floor, mudrooms, and other areas where there is a reasonable probability that eye injury may occur. [CGD 79-077,...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR142.81] [Page 145] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 142--WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH--Table of Contents Subpart C--General Workplace Conditions Sec. 142.81 Purpose and applicability. This subpart prescribes requirements relating to general working conditions on OCS facilities. ...


all ramps, stairways, and other walkways must be kept clear of portable tools, materials, and equipment not in use and be promptly cleared of substances which create a tripping...


be covered, guarded, or [[Page 146]] otherwise made inaccessible when not in use. The manner of blockage shall prevent a person's foot or body...


equipment powered by an external source, that equipment must be locked out as required in paragraph (b) of this section or, if a lockout provision does not exist on...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR143.1] [Page 146] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 143--DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 143.1 Purpose. This part prescribes design and equipment requirements for units engaged in OCS activities. ...


under Part 67 of this chapter concerning aids to navigation on artificial islands and fixed structures. (b) Vessels, including attending vessels but...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR143.100] [Page 146] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 143--DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart B--OCS Facilities Sec. 143.100 Applicability. This subpart applies to OCS facilities except mobile offshore drilling units. [[Page 147]] ...


ladders of metal construction. (b) ``Secondary means of escape'' shall be types approved for ``primary means of escape'' or portable, flexible ladders, knotted...


OCS facility to assure safe access and egress. When due to special construction personnel landings are not feasible, then suitable transfer facilities to provide safe...


in paragraph (b) of this section, and areas not normally occupied, the unprotected perimeter of all floor or deck areas and openings shall be rimmed with guards and rails or...


OCS facility, the owner or operator of the facility must submit to the Coast Guard for approval all plans and information listed in subpart C of 46 CFR part 107 which...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR143.200] [Page 148] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 143--DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart C--Mobile Offshore Drilling Units Sec. 143.200 Applicability. This subpart applies to mobile offshore drilling units when engaged in OCS activities. ...


unit built before, under construction on, or contracted for prior to April 5, 1982 is not required to meet the design requirements of this subpart until the unit is...


that is documented under the laws of the United States or not documented under the laws of any nation must comply with the design, equipment, and inspection requirements of...


documented under the laws of a foreign nation must, when engaged in OCS activities, comply with one of the following: (a) The design and equipment standards of 46 CFR...


whether a mobile offshore drilling unit which does not hold a valid Coast Guard Certificate of Inspection meets the requirements of Sec.Sec. 143.205 or 143.207 relating...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR143.300] [Page 148] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 143--DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Vessels Sec. 143.300 Applicability. This subpart applies to all vessels engaged in OCS activities except mobile offshore drilling units. ...


subject to the requirements of subchapter E of 46 CFR chapter I concerning load lines when arriving at or proceeding to sea from any port or place within the United States...


This subpart applies only to standby vessels meeting the requirements of this subpart and specifically designated in an Emergency Evacuation Plan...


(a) Have a valid certificate of inspection issued in compliance with Subchapters H, I, or T of 46 CFR Chapter I. (b) Be capable of carrying and providing shelter for 100...


(1) Multiple propellers or propulsion devices. (2) Two searchlights. (3) For vessels certificated under Subchapter H of 46 CFR Chapter I, a line throwing...


inspection for 24 hour operation. The Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection, may require the crew to be augmented, as necessary, to provide for maneuvering the standby vessel,...


approved life floats. The life floats shall have sufficient capacity to accommodate all persons present at any one time. [CGFR 56-4, 21 FR 903, Feb....


accessible locations and mounted on the outboard sides of the working platform in such a manner as to be readily launched. [CGFR 56-4, 21 FR 903, Feb....


a painter. This painter shall be a manila rope not less than 2\3/4\ inches in circumference and of a length not less than three times the distance from the deck where...


approved inflatable life rafts may be used in lieu of approved life floats for either all or part of the capacity required. When either lifeboats or life rafts are used...


person on a manned platform. The life preservers shall be located in easily accessible places. (b) All kapok and fibrous glass life preservers which do not...


ring life buoys constructed in accordance with 46 CFR Subpart 160.050; except ring life buoys approved under former 46 CFR Subpart 160.009 may be used as long as they are...


or the U.S. Bureau of Mines shall be provided and kept in the custody of the person in charge. [CGFR 56-4, 21 FR 903, Feb. 9, 1956, as amended by CGD 73-177R, 40...


capable of being safely hoisted with an injured person, shall be provided and kept in an accessible place. [CGFR 68-154, 33 FR 18626, Dec....


radio and/or wire telephone shall be provided for contacting the shore or vessels in the vicinity for aid in the event of an emergency. [CGFR 56-4, 21 FR 903, Feb....


section, no person may be on an unmanned platform unless the following lifesaving equipment is readily accessible on the platform: (1) A life preserver or a Type...


that is not required in Sec. 144.10-1 must meet the standards contained in Subpart 144.01 of this part. [CGD 73-177R, 40 FR 8176, Feb....


as amended; 49 CFR 1.46(z). This subpart applies to each MODU operating on the OCS that is not inspected under 46 CFR subchapter I-A. [CGD 82-075b, 49...


operating south of 32 degrees North latitude in the Atlantic Ocean or south of 35 degrees North latitude in all other waters. (a) Each MODU must carry an exposure suit...


amended; 49 CFR 1.46(z). This subpart applies to each MODU engaged in OCS activities that is documented under the laws of a foreign nation. [CGD 82-075b,...


144.20-5 of this chapter, except as follows: (a) Exposure suits (immersion suits, survival suits, etc.) approved by the nation under which the MODU is documented may be...


working on a 24-hour basis, approved type portable fire extinguishers and/or approved type semi-portable fire extinguishers shall be installed...


symbol. The letter indicating the type of fire which the unit could be expected to extinguish, and the number indicating the relative size of the unit. (b) The types of...


accordance with Table 145.10(a). (b) Semi-portable extinguishers shall be located in the open so as to be readily seen. Table...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR146.1] [Page 155] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 146--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--OCS Facilities Sec. 146.1 Applicability. The provisions of this subpart apply to OCS facilities except mobile offshore drilling units. ...


title and in order of succession the persons on each OCS facility who shall be the ``person in charge.'' (b) In case an emergency arises, nothing in the regulations in...


April 5, 1982 shall, at least 30 days before the date on-site construction of the facility is expected to commence, notify the District Commander for the area in which...


or not required by this subchapter, shall be maintained in good condition at all times. Good operating practices require replacement of expended equipment, as well as...


permissive authority of this section must be approved under-- (1) 46 CFR 160.053; or (2) 46 CFR 160.077 as a commercial hybrid PFD. (b) Use. Approved buoyant work...


ensure that the Coast Guard is notified as soon as possible after a casualty occurs, and by the most rapid means available, of each casualty involving the facility...


the owner, operator, or person in charge shall, within 10 days of the casualty, submit to the Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection, a written report which: ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR146.40] [Page 157] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 146--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--OCS Facilities Sec. 146.40 Diving casualties. Diving related casualties are reported in accordance with 46 CFR 197.484 and 197.486. ...


Sec.Sec. 135.305 and 135.307 of this chapter. Additional provisions concerning liability and compensation because of oil pollution are contained in Subchapter M of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR146.101] [Page 157] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 146--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Manned OCS Facilities Sec. 146.101 Applicability. The provisions of this subpart apply only to manned OCS facilities except mobile offshore drilling units. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR146.105] [Page 157] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 146--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Manned OCS Facilities Sec. 146.105 General alarm system. Each manned facility must have a general alarm system. When operated, this system shall be audible in all parts of the structure on which provided. ...


emergency signals to be used for calling the personnel to their emergency stations. (b) The signal to man emergency stations shall be an intermittent signal on...


charge shall assign to each person on a manned facility special duties and duty stations so that in event an emergency arises confusion will be minimized and no delay...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR146.120] [Page 158] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 146--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Manned OCS Facilities Sec. 146.120 Manning of survival craft. The owner, the owner's agent, or the person in charge shall assign a person to each life float, lifeboat, life raft, or survival capsule who shall be responsible for launching it in event of an emergency. ...


the person in charge of the manned facility. The drill shall be conducted as if an actual emergency existed. All personnel should report to their respective stations and be...


and have prepared a station bill (muster list). This station bill must be signed by the person in charge. Copies shall be duly posted in conspicuous locations on the...


the guidance of persons on manned facilities. (b) The general alarm bell switches shall be identified by red letters at least one inch high with a contrasting...


Emergency Evacuation Plan (EEP) for the facility which addresses all of the items listed in paragraph (d) of this section. The EEP may apply to more than one facility, if...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR146.201] [Page 160] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 146--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart C--Mobile Offshore Drilling Units Sec. 146.201 Applicability. This subpart applies to mobile offshore drilling units engaged in OCS activities. ...


offshore drilling unit engaged in OCS activities shall, 14 days before arrival of the unit on the OCS or as soon thereafter as practicable, notify the District Commander for...


under the laws of the United States and each mobile offshore drilling unit that is not documented under the laws of any nation must comply with the operating standards...


the laws of a foreign nation must, when engaged in OCS activities, comply with one of the following: (a) The operating standards of 46 CFR part 109. (b)...


applicable to Emergency Evacuation Plans (EEPs) on manned OCS facilities under Sec. 146.140 are applicable to MODUs. (b) An EEP must be submitted by-- ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR146.301] [Page 161] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 146--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart D--Vessels Sec. 146.301 Applicability. This subpart applies to vessels engaged in OCS activities other than United States vessels already required to report marine casualties under Subpart 4.05 of 46 CFR part 4 or subpart D of 46 CFR part 109. ...


engaged in OCS activities shall ensure that the notice of casualty requirements of Sec.146.30 and the written report requirements of Sec.146.35 are complied with whenever...


to promote the safety of life and property on the facilities, their appurtenances and attending vessels, and on the adjacent waters within the safety zones....


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR147.5] [Page 162] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 147--SAFETY ZONES--Table of Contents Sec. 147.5 Delegation of authority. The authority to establish safety zones and to issue and enforce safety zone regulations in accordance with the provisions of this part is delegated to District Commanders. ...


concerning any OCS facility being constructed, maintained, or operated on the Outer Continental Shelf or its appurtenances and attending vessels, or the adjacent waters,...


each point on its outer edge or from its construction site, but may not interfere with the use of recognized sea lanes essential...


located in the safety zone, which is used for the purpose of carrying supplies, equipment or personnel to or from the facility, which is engaged in construction,...


within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge, not to extend into the adjacent East--West Gulf of Mexico Fairway is a safety zone. ...


The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge is a safety zone. (b) Regulation. No vessel may enter or remain in this...


8906[min]12.790[sec] W. The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge is a safety zone. (b) Regulation. No vessel may...


The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge, not to extend into the adjacent Mississippi River Approach Fairway, is a...


8913[min]22.35[sec] W with two supply boat mooring buoys at positions 2810[min]18.12[sec] N, 8912[min]52.08[sec] W (Northeast) and 2809[min]49.62[sec]...


8805[min]30[sec] W with two supply boat mooring buoys at positions 2903[min]52.2[sec] N, 8805[min]12.6[sec] W (Northeast)...


9226[min]35.09[sec] W with two supply boat mooring buoys at positions 2732[min]38.1[sec] N, 9226[min]04.8[sec] W (East Buoy) and 2732[min]58.14[sec]...


Block 25A (AC25A), is located at position 2656'33[sec] N, 9441'19.55[sec] W. The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the...


921A (EW 921A), is located at position 2802'05.28[sec] N, 9001'22.12[sec] W. The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge is...


is located at position 2741'29.65[sec] N, 9016'31.93[sec] W. The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge is a...


at position 2747'42.86[sec] N, 9038'51.15[sec] W. The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge is a safety zone. ...


9159'11.09[sec] W. The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge, not to extend into the adjacent East-West Gulf of...


9031'06.553[sec] W. The area within 500 meters (1640.4 feet) from each point on the structure's outer edge is a safety zone. (b) Regulation. No vessel may...


166]] the center of the structure is 34-10[min]-47N, 119-28[min]- 05W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety...


the center of the structure is 34-07[min]-02N, 119-16[min]-35W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except the following: (1)...


structures are approximately 120 meters apart. The position of the center of each structure is: Platform Ellen, 33-34[min]-57N, 118-07[min]-42W; and Platform...


the center of the structure is 34-23[min]-27N, 120-07[min]-14W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except for the following: (1)...


the mooring. The position of the center of the mooring is 34- 24[min]-19N 120-06[min]00-W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety...


the center of the structure is 34-10[min]-56N. 119-25[min]-07W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except for the following: (1)...


the center of the structure is 33-35[min]-45N. 118-08[min]-27W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except for the following: (1)...


the center of the structure is 34-27-19 N, 120-38-47 W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except the following: (1) An attending vessel,...


the center of the structure is 34-28-09.5N, 120-40-46.1W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except for the following: (1) An...


the center of the structure is 33-33-50N, 118-07-00W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except the following: (1) An attending vessel, (2)...


the center of the structure is 34-29-42N, 120-42-08W. (b) Regulations: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except the following: (1) An attending vessel, (2)...


the center of the structure is 34-07[min]-30[sec] N, 119- 24[min]-01[sec] W. (b) Regulation: No vessel may enter or...


the center of the structure is 34-22[min]-36[sec] N, 120-10[min]-03[sec] W. (b) Regulation: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except the...


the center of the structure is 34-21[min]-01[sec] N, 120-16[min]-45[sec] W. (b) Regulation: No vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone except the...


168]] the center of the structure is 34-36[min]-37.5[sec] N, 120- 43[min]-46[sec] W. (b) Regulation: No vessel may enter or remain in...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.1] [Page 176] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 148.1 Purpose. This subchapter prescribes regulations for the licensing, construction, design and equipment, and operation of deep-water ports. [[Page 177]] ...


and 150, have the same meaning they have in the Act, except as provided in this section for ``Affiliate.'' Act means the Deepwater Port Act of 1974. Affiliate means...


that apply to each application, including competing applications described in section 5(d)(3) of the Act, for the issuance of a license for the ownership, construction,...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.103] [Page 178] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart B--Applications Sec. 148.103 Address of application staff. The address of the application staff is: Commandant (G-M), U.S. Coast Guard, 2100 Second Street SW., Washington, DC 20593-0001. [CGD 92-069, 58 FR 11193, Feb. 24, 1993] ...


an application. (b) An applicant may incorporate by clear and specific reference in his application any: (1) Standard reference material upon which he relies and...


staff. (b) One copy of each license application must be submitted to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers District office [[Page 179]] having...


(a) Identity of applicant and affiliates. (1) The name, address and principal business activity of the applicant and of each affiliate. (2) A list of all...


supply required information consolidated in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, if and to the extent that consolidated statements or reports are filed with...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.201] [Page 186] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart C--Application Proceeding Sec. 148.201 Purpose. General This subpart prescribes rules of procedure and practice for application proceedings. ...


subpart apply to each application proceeding. (b) The rules for formal hearings in Sec.Sec. 148.251--148.291 apply only to application proceedings in which the...


U.S. Coast Guard, 2100 Second Street SW., Washington, DC 20593-0001. (b) The clerk maintains a docket and the record for each proceeding. The docket lists...


in the record of a proceeding is contained in 49 CFR part 7 and section 14 of the Act. Copies of documents in the record of a proceeding are mailed to each adjacent...


Protection takes the action described in section 5(c)(1) of the Act for processing each application received in a proceeding and for issuing in the Federal...


incomplete after it is docketed in a proceeding but before the proceeding is terminated, the applicant must promptly file an amendment furnishing the corrected or...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.215] [Page 187] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart C--Application Proceeding Sec. 148.215 Withdrawal of application. An applicant may withdraw his application in a proceeding at any time before the proceeding is terminated by delivering or mailing notice of withdrawal to the clerk for docketing. ...


of the Act must submit a request in writing to the application staff within 30 days of the date that notice of application is published in the Federal Register. The...


and Environmental Protection, in issuing a notice of application pursuant to section 5(c)(1) of the Act, designates as an adjacent coastal State each State which...


ground for relief from the requirement, any failure to comply with this part or any other constitutional or legal right or privilege. (b) In general, claims relating...


a notice of public hearing and mails or delivers it to any person who requests it and to each applicant and adjacent coastal state. The clerk dockets the notice when...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.233] [Page 189] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart C--Application Proceeding Sec. 148.233 Testimony and argument. Interested persons may attend any public hearing, present relevant material at the hearing, and submit briefs and oral argument at a time determined by the presiding officer during the hearing. ...


presiding officer forwards a report of the hearing to the clerk for docketing. The report at a minimum contains a summary of the materials presented and factual issues raised...


public hearings are docketed in a proceeding, the Commandant determines whether there are specific and material factual issues concerning the applications that may be resolved by...


administrative law judge for a formal hearing. (b) The administrative law judge may disqualify himself at any time after assignment by filing notice of withdrawal from...


judge over a proceeding begins when he is assigned. His jurisdiction ends 20 days after the transcript of the formal hearing is docketed or when he issues notice of...


hearing may: (a) Administer oaths and affirmations; (b) Issue subpoenas; (c) Adopt procedures for the submission of evidence in written form; (d) Rule...


if a person opposing an application has intervened in the proceeding, the administrative law judge may not consult any party on a fact in issue except on notice and opportunity...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.261] [Page 190] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart C--Application Proceeding Sec. 148.261 Parties. The parties to a formal hearing are the application staff, the applicants, and intervenors in the proceeding. ...


adjacent coastal state may intervene by filing a notice of intervention. The petition must be addressed to the administrative law judge, must identify the specific matters in...


a party may submit to the administrative law judge a petition to present evidence at the formal hearing. The petition must be sent to the administrative law judge or to the...


by his attorney. Each attorney must file a notice of appearance that states his name, address, telephone number, and the name of the person he represents. With his notice...


submitted to the administrative law judge must: (1) List the docket number of the proceeding; and (2) Be signed in ink by the person filing or submitting the...


judge in a proceeding is certification by the person signing that he has full authority to sign the document, that he has read it and knows its contents, that to the best...


148.269 and is deposited in the mail or, if not mailed, is received by the clerk. (b) If the clerk receives a document that does not comply with Sec. 148.269 he returns it...


and notice upon all parties to a formal hearing when issued, except a document issued at the formal hearing or a prehearing conference. (b) Each document before it...


give the parties an opportunity to present and consider facts and arguments, to exchange exhibits proposed to be offered in evidence, and to obtain stipulations,...


a subpoena or a petition to intervene or present evidence at a formal hearing, must be submitted by motion. Each motion must be addressed to the administrative law judge, state...


request to the administrative law judge for issuance of a subpoena. A request for issuance of a subpoena must show the general relevance and scope of the evidence sought. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.283] [Page 193] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart C--Application Proceeding Sec. 148.283 Hearing date. (a) The administrative law judge schedules the formal hearing by issuing a notice to the parties. (b) The clerk mails or delivers a copy of the notice to any person who requests it. ...


by the clerk. The reporter prepares a verbatim transcript of the hearing under the supervision of the administrative law judge. Nothing may be deleted from the transcript...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.287] [Page 193] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart C--Application Proceeding Sec. 148.287 Order of procedure. The administrative law judge determines the order of procedure for each formal hearing. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.289] [Page 193] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart C--Application Proceeding Sec. 148.289 Evidence. A party may present evidence and conduct cross-examination of witnesses at a formal hearing. Other persons may present evidence that they have been authorized to present under Sec. 148.265. ...


or appealed to him under this subpart and issues a ruling and any appropriate order. Unless otherwise ordered by the Commandant or the administrative law judge, review of...


the final public hearing on a proposed deepwater port license for a designated application area, opportunity is provided for the various Federal departments and...


determines that: [[Page 194]] (1) The applicant is financially responsible and will carry insurance or give evidence of other financial responsibility in...


case of more than one application for a deepwater port license in a designated application area, only one application may be approved according to the following order...


a proceeding if: (a) All applications are withdrawn before the decision approving or denying them is issued; or (b) In a proceeding with one application...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.400] [Page 195] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart D--Issuance of a License Sec. 148.400 Applicability. This subpart prescribes rules that apply to the issuance of a license under the Act. ...


the following: (a) The name and number or identification of the port. (b) The name of the owner and operator of the port. (c) Conditions to the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.405] [Page 195] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart D--Issuance of a License Sec. 148.405 Term of license. Each license is issued for a term of 20 years, unless a shorter period is requested in the application. ...


consult with the application staff concerning license conditions that the application staff may have under consideration. (b) If the Governor of an adjacent coastal...


(a) This subpart prescribes requirements for site evaluation and preconstruction testing at potential deepwater port locations. (b) For the purpose of this...


preconstruction testing at potential deepwater port sites must submit a written notice to the Commandant (G-M), U.S. Coast Guard, Washington, DC 20593, at least 10...


except in compliance with the regulations in this subpart and all other applicable laws and regulations. (b) A separate written notice is required for each site. ...


port locations shall: (a) Notify the Coast Guard of any evidence of objects of cultural, historical, or archeological significance immediately upon...


orally with written confirmation, the immediate suspension, for a period not to exceed 30 days, of any site evaluation activity when, in his judgment, such activity...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR148.601] [Page 197] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 148--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart F--Procedure for Exemption From Any Requirement in Deepwater Port Regulations Sec. 148.601 Applicability. This subpart sets forth the procedures governing exemptions from any requirement in this part 148, parts 149 and 150. ...


(a) Any person required to comply with any specific requirements in Part 148, Parts 149 and 150 may submit a petition to the Commandant for an exemption. (b) A petition...


A petition for exemption under this subchapter that appears to involve the interests of an adjacent coastal State will be referred to the Governor of that State for...


The Commandant grants an exemption if he determines that: (a) Compliance with the regulations would be contrary to the public interest; [[Page 198]] ...


This subpart sets forth the limits of liability for U.S. deepwater ports in accordance with section 1004 of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (33...


the Secretary of Transportation on a port-by-port basis, after review of the maximum credible spill and associated costs for which the port would be liable. The limit...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.101] [Page 203] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 149.101 Purpose. This part describes design, construction, and equipment requirements for each deepwater port. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.105] [Page 203] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 149.105 Licensee. The licensee of a deepwater port shall ensure that the port meets the design and construction requirements in this part. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.201] [Page 203] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart B--Design and Equipment; General Sec. 149.201 Applicability. This subpart prescribes requirements for design and equipment that apply to each deepwater port. ...


a deepwater port must submit to the Commandant (G-M) three copies of each construction drawing and specification necessary to show compliance with the requirements of the Act...


a deepwater port, except hoses, mooring lines, and aids to navigation buoys, must be designed to withstand at least the combined wind, wave, and current forces of the...


platform must meet the requirements in 46 CFR 92.07-5(b) for ``A'' class bulkheads, except that each wall or deck must be made of steel: (1) Each wall or deck that separates...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.209] [Page 205] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart B--Design and Equipment; General Sec. 149.209 SPM's. Each SPM must meet the ``Rules for Building and Classing Single Point Moorings 1975'' of the American Bureau of Shipping, to the extent that these Rules are consistent with this subchapter. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.211] [Page 205] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart B--Design and Equipment; General Sec. 149.211 Emergency equipment. Each platform must have installed mountings for each item of: (a) Lifesaving equipment; and (b) Portable and semiportable fire fighting equipment. ...


comply with the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association, National Fire Code No. 407, Part VI ``Fueling on Elevated Heliports''. For the purpose of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.215] [Page 205] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart B--Design and Equipment; General Sec. 149.215 Interference with helicopter operations. Aids to navigation, communication, or radar equipment must be installed so as not to interfere with helicopter operations. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.217] [Page 205] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart B--Design and Equipment; General Sec. 149.217 First aid station. Each PPC must have a first aid station that has an adjoining space for two beds. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.301] [Page 205] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart C--Pollution Prevention Equipment Sec. 149.301 Applicability. This subpart prescribes requirements for pollution equipment that apply to each deepwater port. ...


include a relief valve, that, when activated, prevents pressure on any components of the OTS from exceeding maximum rated pressure. (b) No oil transfer system overflow...


end manifold (PLEM) at a single point mooring must have a shutoff valve. (b) Each shutoff valve required by this section must be capable of operation from the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.307] [Page 206] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart C--Pollution Prevention Equipment Sec. 149.307 Blank flange and shutoff valve. Each floating hose string must have a blank flange and a shutoff valve at the vessel manifold end. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.309] [Page 206] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart C--Pollution Prevention Equipment Sec. 149.309 Manually operated shutoff valve. Each oil transfer line passing through the SPM buoy must have a manual shutoff valve on the buoy. ...


have a system that can: (a) Detect and locate all leaks and other malfunctions, between the PPC and the shore; and (b) Be monitored at the Cargo Transfer...


an alarm system to signal a malfunction or failure of the system that is-- (a) Capable of being activated at the Cargo Transfer Supervisor's normal place of duty; ...


switch must be identified by the words ``OIL TRANSFER ALARM'' in red letters at least one inch high on a yellow background. (b) Each audio and each visual oil...


(1) A means that enables two-way voice communication among: (i) The Cargo Transfer Supervisor; (ii) The vessel's officer in charge of cargo transfer; (iii)...


(a) Each deepwater port must have stored, on the pumping platform or a service craft operating at the deepwater port, oil discharge containment and removal material and...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.321] [Page 207] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart C--Pollution Prevention Equipment Sec. 149.321 Special requirement for onloading ports. Each deepwater port at which onloading operations are permitted, under section 4(a)(3) of the Act, must have a means for receiving oily residues from vessels. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.401] [Page 207] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.401 Applicability. This subpart prescribes requirements for safety equipment that apply to each deepwater port. ...


fighting equipment on a PPC that is not required by this subpart must be approved under 46 CFR Part 160 or Part 162. Curbs, Gutters, Drains,...


curbs, gutters, drains, and reservoirs to collect all of the following discharges and wastes in the reservoirs: (a) All discharges from equipment, maintenance shops,...


provide power to operate all of the following simultaneously for a continuous period of eight hours: (1) Emergency lighting circuits. (2) Aids to...


least one fixed and one unfixed means of escape from the highest working level to the water level with an entry at each working level. (b) Each platform with living...


pad on the PPC must have at least two fixed means of escape that are independent of those required by Sec. 149.421: (a) From the pad to the first working level below the pad...


for access to the platform from the water unless: (a) Personnel landings are not possible because of the PPC design; and (b) The PPC has a personnel...


at least 1 foot-candle of artificial illumination on its guard rails or fence and on its deck. Guardrails, Fences, Nets,...


(a) Each open sided deck, deck opening, and catwalk on each PPC must have protection that meets the ``Safety Requirements for Floor and Wall Openings, Railings,...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.451] [Page 208] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.451 Fixed fire main system for water. Each PPC must have a fixed fire main system for water. ...


fire pumps that can deliver two streams of water at a continuous pitot tube pressure of at least 75 p.s.i. at each fire hose nozzle. (b) Each fire pump must have: ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.455] [Page 208] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.455 Fire pump location. The fire pumps required by Sec. 149.453(a) may not be located in the same space. ...


person, except machinery spaces, must have enough fire hydrants so that it can be sprayed with at least two spray patterns of water. At least one spray pattern of water must...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.459] [Page 208] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.459 Fire hydrant outlet. The outlet on each fire hydrant must not point above the horizontal. [[Page 209]] ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.461] [Page 209] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.461 Fire hydrant and control valve shutoff valve. Each fire hydrant and control valve must have a shutoff valve. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.463] [Page 209] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.463 Fire hydrant access. Any equipment that is in the same space as a fire hydrant must not interfere with access to that hydrant. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.465] [Page 209] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.465 Spanner. Each fire hydrant must have at least one spanner at the fire hydrant. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.467] [Page 209] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.467 Fire hose rack. (a) Each PPC must have a hose rack at each hydrant. (b) Each fire hose rack must be visible. (c) Each fire hose rack in an exposed location must be protected from weather. ...


or 2\1/2\ inch nominal hose size diameter; (b) 50 foot nominal hose size length; and (c) Lined commercial fire hose that conforms to Underwriters Laboratories,...


made of brass, bronze, or material that has strength and corrosion resistant properties at least equal to those of brass or bronze; and (b) Have 9 threads per inch for...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.473] [Page 209] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.473 Fire hose nozzle. Each fire hose nozzle must be a combination solid stream and water spray fire hose nozzle that is approved under 46 CFR 162.027. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.477] [Page 209] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.477 Spray applicator. Each PPC must have a low velocity spray applicator that is approved under 46 CFR 162.027 at each fire hydrant. ...


a PPC must have: (1) At least two risers; (2) A cutoff valve and check valve for each riser; and (3) At least two international shore connections that meet...


manually or automatically operated fire extinguishing system in addition to the fire main system required under Sec. 149.451 that is approved by the Commandant and meets the...


pad must have the following: (1) A fire extinguishing system designed to: (i) Deliver a minimum of 200 g.p.m. of water at the pressure required to overcome...


fire detection systems that activate the general alarm system: (1) An ionization type automatic smoke detection system in each sleeping space. (2) A...


portable or semiportable fire extinguishers that are approved by the Coast Guard under 46 CFR 162.028 or 162.039. (b) Each semiportable fire extinguisher must be fitted...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.503] [Page 211] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.503 Location of extinguishers. (a) Fire extinguishers must be installed in accordance with Table 145.10(a) in Sec. 145.10 of this chapter. (b) Each fire extinguisher must be located so it can easily be seen. ...


percent of each size and variety of hand portable fire extinguisher required in Sec. 149.503. If an extinguisher is of such variety that it cannot be readily recharged by...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.507] [Page 211] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.507 Marking. Each hand portable extinguisher and its station must be numbered in accordance with 46 CFR 97.37-23. ...


Sec. 149.483 of this subchapter each helicopter landing area on a PPC with no fueling facility must have at least two USCG type B:C, size IV dry...


Sec. 149.483 each helicopter landing area on the PPC with a fueling facility must have: (a) At least two USCG Type B:C, size II dry chemical extinguishers and at...


(b) Fire axes must be distributed so as to be readily available in an emergency. (c) Each fire axe must be located: (1) In the open; (2) Behind glass; or ...


(b) Each fireman's outfit must consist of: (1) A self-contained breathing apparatus approved under 49 CFR 160.011 with a complete recharge. (2)...


have enough lifeboats or inflatable life rafts, or a combination of both, for 200% of the maximum number of personnel to be quartered or employed on the PPC, except that each...


46 CFR 160.035 and have the equipment required by 46 CFR 94.20-10 for a lifeboat on lakes, bays, sounds, and rivers. Except for boathooks, the equipment must be securely...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.523] [Page 212] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.523 Inflatable life rafts. Each inflatable life raft on a platform must be approved under 46 CFR 160.051 as an inflatable life raft intended for an ocean service vessel. ...


launching equipment for each lifeboat required by Sec. 149.521: (1) A winch that is approved under 46 CFR 160.015 and that has a grooved drum with only one layer...


have enough of the following inflatable life raft launching equipment to launch all of the life rafts required by Sec. 149.521 within 20 minutes: (1) Winches that are...


(a) Each PPC must have at least 8 approved ring life buoys (Type IV PFDs) and mounting racks distributed about the perimeter of the platform. (b) Each ring life buoy must...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.527] [Page 212] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.527 Portable radio apparatus. Each PPC must have portable radio apparatus that meets the requirements in 46 CFR 94.55-1. ...


have enough adult Type I PFD's for 100 percent of the port personnel. Each PFD must be stowed in the living spaces. (b) Enough additional Type I PFD's for 50 percent of the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.533] [Page 213] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.533 Litters. Each platform must be equipped with at least one Stokes litter that is placed in a location that is accessible to persons on board. ...


and life raft must be marked in letters and numbers at least 1\1/2\ inch high with: (1) The identification of the deepwater port; and (2) The...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.537] [Page 213] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.537 Markings for personal flotation devices (PFD's). Each PFD must be marked with the identification of the deepwater port. Miscellaneous ...


Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., as suitable for Class I, Group D hazardous locations. (b) Each supply cord of the portable lighting units must have receptacles...


(b) Each general alarm system must be: (1) Capable of being activated by the automatic fire detection systems required under Sec. 149.491 and manually by use of...


be marked with the words ``GENERAL ALARM'' in red letters at least one inch high on a yellow background. (b) Each audio and each visual general alarm signalling device...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.545] [Page 213] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart D--Safety Equipment Sec. 149.545 Public address system. Each PPC must have a public address system operable from two locations on the PPC to allow an announcement of fires, oil transfer system failure or malfunction, and other emergencies. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.701] [Page 213] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart E--Aids to Navigation at Deepwater Ports Sec. 149.701 Applicability. General This subpart prescribes the minimum requirements for aids to navigation at the marine site. ...


subpart, ``effective intensity'' is the intensity of a flashing light calculated by using equation [3-27] for effective intensity in the Illumination Engineering Society...


(a) and (c), 66.01-50, and 66.01-55 of this chapter also apply to aids to navigation at a deepwater port. For the purpose of Sec. 66.01-25 (a) and (c) of this chapter, aids...


the installation of any structure at the deepwater port site the licensee must submit applications for obstruction lights and such other private aids to navigation...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.721] [Page 214] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart E--Aids to Navigation at Deepwater Ports Sec. 149.721 Light source. Each light must have a tungsten-incandescent light source. ...


SPM must: (1) Have at least the effective intensity required by this subpart for the light at all angles, the origin of which is the focal point of the light, that are...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.724] [Page 214] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart E--Aids to Navigation at Deepwater Ports Sec. 149.724 Focus. Each light using a lens must have a means to verify that the light source is at the focal point of the lens. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.725] [Page 214] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart E--Aids to Navigation at Deepwater Ports Sec. 149.725 Color. The transparent cover of each light, including, where applicable, the top of the cover, must be uniform in color. ...


within the 50% effective intensity angle under Sec. 149.723 must have chromaticity coordinates lying within the boundary defined by the corner coordinates in Table 149.727...


be displayed on each light: (1) The manufacturer's name and date of manufacture. (2) The model designation. (3) The name of the manufacturer of the lamp to...


is 30 feet or less on any side, or in diameter, must have at least one obstruction light. (b) An SPM must have at least one obstruction light. (c) A platform that...


string must have omnidirectional obstruction lights that are: (a) Installed at equally spaced intervals of not more than 70 feet along the length of the hose...


SPM must: (1) Be white; and (2) Flash 50 to 70 times per minute. (b) If a platform or SPM has more than one obstruction light, the lights must...


have an effective intensity of at least 75 candela. (b) Each obstruction light on an SPM must have an effective intensity of at least 15 candela. (c) Each...


have: (a) Mounting hardware incorporating devices that facilitate horizontal leveling of the light; and (b) A leveling indicator, or indicators, each with an...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR149.771] [Page 215] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 149--DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT--Table of Contents Subpart E--Aids to Navigation at Deepwater Ports Sec. 149.771 Number and location. Each lateral boundary of a traffic lane at a deepwater port must be marked with buoys that are no more than 5 miles apart. ...


must: (1) Meet the requirements in Sec. 62.25 of this chapter for buoys in United States waters; and (2) Have: (i) A radar reflector; and (ii) A...


have an intensity of at least 75 candela. (b) Each flashing light on a buoy must have an effective intensity of at least 75 candela. ...


SPM must display the name of the port, and the name or number or both identifying the structure, so that the information is visible: (1) From the water at all angles...


pile cluster that is within 100 yards of a platform or SPM must be marked with white reflective tape. (b) Each pile and pile cluster that is more than 100 yards from...


accepted radar beacon (RACON) that: (a) Transmits in-- (1) Both the 2900-3100 MHz and 9300-9500 MHz frequency bands, or (2) The 9320-9500 MHz frequency band...


a rotating lighted beacon that: (a) Has an effective intensity of at least 15,000 candela; (b) Flashes at least once every 20 seconds; (c) Has a white light; ...


fog signal that has a 2 mile range. Note: A list of Coast Guard approved fog signals may be obtained from the Commandant (G-M). (b) Each fog signal on a...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.101] [Page 218] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 150.101 Applicability. The rules in this part apply to the operation of each deepwater port. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.103] [Page 218] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 150.103 Licensee. (a) No licensee of a deepwater port may cause or authorize operations contrary to the rules in this part. (b) The licensee shall ensure that the port meets the equipment requirements in Part 149 of this chapter. ...


the port has an Operations Manual that: (1) Is prepared in accordance with the ``Guidelines for Preparation of a Deepwater Port Operations Manual''; and (2) Has...


and each subsequent amendment to Commandant (G-M). Note: The Commandant will distribute copies of the approved Operations Manual and subsequent amendments within the...


the Operations Manual if he finds that the Operations Manual does not comply with Sec. 150.105. (b) When the Captain of the Port determines that an amendment to...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.109] [Page 219] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 150.109 Compliance with Operations Manual. Each licensee shall use and require his personnel to use the procedures in the Operations Manual. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.113] [Page 219] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 150.113 Deviations. The Captain of the Port may authorize a deviation in writing upon request, if he finds that the proposed alternative procedure, method or equipment would ensure equivalent protection, safety, or quality level. ...


to the environment, any person may deviate from the Operations Manual or any requirement of deepwater port regulations. As soon as practicable, the person shall report...


or SPM at a deepwater port begins, the licensee shall give notice of construction in writing to the District Commander. (b) On the date construction of a...


receipt of the American Bureau of Shipping: (a) ``Interim Class Certificate''; and (b) ``Classification Certificate'' for an SPM at a...


(ABS) ``Interim Class Certificate'' or a ``Classification Certificate'' for the SPM. (b) A certificate must classify the SPM and attached hoses. (c) The...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.123] [Page 219] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 150.123 Weather monitoring. The terminal supervisor shall continuously monitor the wind, wave, current, and visibility conditions at the port. ...


Captain of the Port notifies the licensee that: (1) A severe storm may have significantly altered water depths; (2) Gradual natural or man-induced processes may...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.127] [Page 219-220] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 150.127 Environmental monitoring. The licensee shall monitor the environment in accordance with the environmental monitoring program set [[Page 220]] forth in the approved Operations Manual for the port. ...


response plan meeting the requirements of subpart F of part 154 for review and approval by the cognizant Captain of the Port (COTP). (b) A response plan must be submitted to...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.201] [Page 220] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Personnel Sec. 150.201 Applicability. This subpart prescribes personnel qualifications that apply to each deepwater port. ...


following capacities unless that person reads, writes and speaks English. (a) Port Superintendent. (b) Cargo Transfer Supervisor. (c) Cargo Transfer...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.204] [Page 220] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Personnel Sec. 150.204 Definitions. As used in this subpart: (a) License means a Coast Guard license issued under 46 CFR part 10; and (b) Licensee means the licensee of a deepwater port. ...


as a Port Superintendent at a deepwater port unless: (a) That person has enough experience at an oil transfer facility to enable the licensee to determine that that...


a person, as a Cargo Transfer Supervisor at a deepwater port unless: (a) That person has enough experience in operating oil transfer equipment to enable the licensee...


a [[Page 221]] person, as a Vessel Traffic Supervisor at a deepwater port unless: (a) That person presents evidence of: (1) Having performed for one...


a Mooring Master at a deepwater port unless: (a) That person holds a current United States Coast Guard issued license as: (1) Master of ocean steam or motor vessels...


a person, as a Cargo Transfer Assistant at a deepwater port unless: (a) That person presents evidence that he has one year experience, or performed 15 cargo transfer...


a [[Page 222]] person, as an Assistant Mooring Master at a deepwater port unless: (a) That person holds a current United States Coast Guard issued...


any one time: (a) Port Superintendent. (b) Cargo Transfer Supervisor. (c) Cargo Transfer Assistant. (d) Vessel Traffic Supervisor. (e)...


4, 92 Stat. 1473-74 (33 U.S.C 1223); 49 CFR 1.46. Source: CGD 76-096, 45 FR 85647, Dec. 29, 1980, unless otherwise noted. This subpart...


bunkering vessel, barge, or other similar vessel working for a licensee in connection with the operation of a deepwater port or cleared by a licensee to service a...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.305] [Page 222] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart C--Vessel Navigation Sec. 150.305 Ships' routing measures. No licensee may operate a deepwater port unless the port has such ships' routing measures as prescribed or approved by the Coast Guard to provide for safe navigation at or near the deepwater port. ...


safety zone whenever: (a) A tanker is proceeding to the safety zone after submitting the report required in Sec. 150.335; or (b) A tanker or support vessel is...


each tanker underway in the safety zone of the tanker's position by range and bearing from the PPC at intervals not to exceed 10 minutes. (b) Whenever the Vessel...


the master of the tanker shall each continuously monitor the radio frequency designated in the Operation Manuals for use by tankers and support vessels underway at...


safety zone unless: (1) Each other tanker underway in the safety zone is at least 5 miles from the tanker requesting clearance to enter the safety zone; and (2)...


movements within the safety zone. (b) The Vessel Traffic Supervisor may clear support vessels to enter or depart the safety zone at...


tanker or support vessel, the Vessel Traffic Supervisor shall furnish information concerning other vessels underway or moored in the safety zone. (b) If the Vessel...


report the following information to the Captain of the Port and the Vessel Traffic Supervisor of the port at least 24 hours before entering the safety zone at the port: ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.335] [Page 224] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart C--Vessel Navigation Sec. 150.335 Report before entering safety zone. The master of a tanker bound for a deepwater port shall notify the Vessel Traffic Supervisor of the port when the tanker is 20 miles from the entrance to the safety zone. ...


except via a designated safety fairway, unless under force majeure. (b) A tanker must not anchor in the safety zone except in a designated anchorage area unless under...


move within the safety zone unless the movement is cleared by the Vessel Traffic Supervisor. (b) A support vessel must not anchor in the safety zone, except in an anchorage...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.339] [Page 224] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart C--Vessel Navigation Sec. 150.339 Navigation of other vessels in the safety zone. Vessels other than tankers or support vessels should not enter the safety zone of a deepwater port unless clearance has been obtained from the Vessel Traffic Supervisor. ...


on board. Note: The Mooring Master advises the master of the tanker on operational and ship control matters that are peculiar to the specific deepwater port, such...


is on board. Note: The Assistant Mooring Master is stationed on the forecastle of the tanker during mooring operations to assist the Mooring Master by...


controls on those activities, and the specific safety zone areas in which the controls apply are listed in Table 150.345(a). Table 150.345(a)--Regulated...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.400] [Page 225] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart D--Oil Transfer Operations Sec. 150.400 Applicability. This subpart prescribes rules that apply to the transfer of oil at a deepwater port. ...


means that portion of an SPM-OTS consisting of flexible hose which connects the vessel's manifold to the SPM. OTS means an oil transfer system of a deepwater port...


OTS at a deepwater port unless: (a) The SPM-OTS of the OTS has been tested and inspected as required for maintenance of class in accordance with the Rules for Building...


at a deepwater port unless the discharge containment equipment required by Part 149 of this chapter is tested and inspected as follows: (a) Within the five...


at a deepwater port unless the removal material and equipment required by Part 149 of this chapter is tested and inspected as follows: (a) Within the two months...


affects the safety or integrity of the oil transfer operation is found to be inoperative or otherwise defective, the licensee shall replace or repair the component before...


(a) Before connecting the hose string to the vessel manifold at the start of each oil transfer operation, it is determined by in-place visual examination that the hose string...


allow connection of the hose string to a vessel manifold, that meet any one of the following flange standards: (1) American National Standards Institute (ANSI). ...


declaration of inspection has been executed before the start of each oil transfer operation by the Cargo Transfer Assistant and the vessel's officer in charge of...


at a deepwater port, the Cargo Transfer Supervisor shall advise the vessel's officer in charge of oil transfer of the intent to do so. (b) Before stopping the flow...


the oil in an SPM-OTS is displaced with water, and the valve at the PLEM closed, whenever: (a) A storm warning has been received forecasting weather conditions that...


Port Superintendent is on duty at the port; (b) During a severe electrical storm in the vicinity of the deepwater port; (c) During a fire at the deepwater port,...


suspend oil transfer operations if the Captain of the Port finds that there is a condition requiring immediate action to prevent the discharge or threat of discharge of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.500] [Page 229] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart E--Operations Sec. 150.500 Applicability. The rules in this subpart apply to operations at a deepwater port. ...


this subchapter in operative condition or shall replace it with an item in good condition. (b) The licensee shall maintain each excess item of equipment required...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.504] [Page 229] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart E--Operations Sec. 150.504 Fire main system. The licensee may use the fire main system only for firefighting and deckwashing. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.505] [Page 229] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart E--Operations Sec. 150.505 Fire pump. The licensee shall keep at least one of the fire pumps required by this subchapter ready for use on the fire main system at all times. ...


the licensee shall keep at least one length of firehose with a combination nozzle connected to each fire hydrant at all times. (b) The licensee shall stow each...


149.521 of this subchapter as near as practicable to launching equipment for the life raft. (b) The licensee shall test lifeboat launching equipment required by...


ensure that such person wears: (1) Safety shoes that meet the specifications prescribed by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) Requirements for...


protection equipment that has been used before it is reissued. (b) The licensee shall clean and disinfect protective hats that have been worn before they...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.513] [Page 230] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart E--Operations Sec. 150.513 Sanitation. The licensee shall ensure that garbage is covered and that no person is working in the vicinity of uncovered garbage or of overboard discharges from sanitary lines that are not protected by a baffle or splash boards. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.515] [Page 230] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart E--Operations Sec. 150.515 Refueling for aircraft. If the PPC is not equipped with a permanent fueling facility for aircraft, no person may fuel or cause or authorize the fueling of aircraft unless he has received the permission of the Captain of the Port. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.516] [Page 230] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart E--Operations Sec. 150.516 Aircraft operations. The licensee shall ensure that appropriately clothed and sufficiently qualified fire fighting and rescue personnel to man equipment and effect a rescue are present during aircraft operations. ...


The licensee shall designate in writing on the station bill, by title and in order of succession, each person on the PPC who is a person in charge of the PPC for purposes of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.519] [Page 231] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart E--Operations Sec. 150.519 Emergency drills. The licensee shall conduct each emergency drill specified in the Operations Manual at least once every 30 days. ...


that could cause tripping or stumbling. (b) The licensee shall store portable equipment when it is not in use. (c) The licensee shall eliminate slippery conditions...


person may enter any dark place that does not have installed illumination unless he has a flashlight or other suitable portable light. (c) No person may use matches or...


certificate of completion of the Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Basic Training Course (81 hours), from a state or from the...


supplies and equipment for the Emergency Medical Technician to provide emergency medical care. (b) The first aid station may not be used for any purpose...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.601] [Page 231] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart F--Aids to Navigation at Deepwater Ports Sec. 150.601 Applicability. The rules in this subpart apply to the operation of aids to navigation at a deepwater port. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.603] [Page 231] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart F--Aids to Navigation at Deepwater Ports Sec. 150.603 Applicability of other regulations. Section 66.01-20 of this chapter also applies to aids to navigation at a deepwater port. ...


at every operating lamp of each light at or above the operating voltage listed on the light; and (b) The input power to the fog signal at or above the minimum input...


between sunset and sunrise local time. (b) During construction of a platform or SPM, the licensee shall mark the structure with at least one of the following: ...


visibility in any horizontal direction from the structure is less than 5 miles. (b) During construction of a platform, compliance with paragraph (a) of this section...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR150.701] [Page 232] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 150--OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart G--Reports and Records Sec. 150.701 Applicability. This subpart prescribes reports to be submitted by the licensee and records and other information to be maintained by the licensee. Reports ...


of Shipping (ABS) that is required for maintenance of SPM class in accordance with ABS Rules for Building and Classing Single Point Moorings, he shall submit a copy of...


the fastest means of communications available, any discrepancy affecting the proper operation or characteristics of any aid to navigation at the deepwater port, whenever...


of the Deepwater Port Liability Fund, at the address listed in Sec. 137.105 of this chapter, on a monthly basis, beginning the fifteenth day of the month...


a report of casualty or accident whenever any of the following occur: (1) Any component of a deepwater port which is hit by a vessel and total damage to...


evidence of sabotage or subversive activity involving or endangering any vessel at the deep-water port, or the deepwater port, immediately, by the fastest possible means...


results, and operating data required by these rules in a manner suitable for Coast Guard inspection at the deepwater port or an adjacent onshore facility. (b)...


the designation and qualifications of key port personnel for the duration of each individual's employment at the port. The documentation must include: (a)...


fixed and portable, such as generators, cargo pumps, fire pumps, and discharge containment and removal systems. This record must contain, for each piece of machinery: ...


of oil throughput required by Sec. 150.707 is prepared. Records in this log must be retained for three years, and must specify for each oil transfer operation: ...


inspection forms required by Sec. 150.417 for one month from date of signature. Appendix A to Part 150--Deepwater Port Safety Zone Boundaries ...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.01 Purpose. ...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.03 Applicability. This subpart applies...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.04 Penalties for violation. (a) A...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.05 Definitions. As used in...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.06 Special areas. (a) For the purposes...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.07 Delegations. Each Coast Guard...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.08 Denial of entry. (a) Unless a ship...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.09 Applicability. (a) Except as...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.10 Control of oil discharges. (a)...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.11 Exceptions for emergencies. (a)...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.13 Special areas for Annex I of...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.15 Reporting requirements. (a) The...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.17 Surveys. (a) Every U.S. oil tanker...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.19 International Oil Pollution Prevention...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.21 Ships of countries not party to MARPOL...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.23 Inspection for compliance...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.25 Oil Record Book. (a) Each oil...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.26 Shipboard oil pollution emergency plans. ...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.27 Plan submission and approval. (a)...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.28 Plan review and revision. (a) An...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.29 Foreign ships. (a) Each oil tanker of...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.30 Applicability. (a) Except as provided...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.31 Where to find requirements applying to oceangoing...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.32 Special areas for the purpose of...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.33 Certificates needed to carry Category C...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.35 Certificates needed to carry Category D NLS...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.37 Obtaining an Attachment for NLSs to the...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.39 Operating requirements: Category D NLS. ...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.41 Operating requirements for oceangoing ships with...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.43 Control of discharge of NLS residues. ...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.45 Reporting spills of NLS: Category A, B, C,...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.47 Category D NLSs other than oil-like Category D...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.49 Category C and D Oil-like NLSs allowed...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.51 Applicability. (a) Except as provided...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.53 Special areas for Annex V of...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.55 Recordkeeping requirements. (a)...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.57 Waste management plans. (a)...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.59 Placards. (a) This section applies...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.61 Inspection for compliance and enforcement. ...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.63 Shipboard control of garbage. (a)...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.65 Reporting requirements. The master...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.66 Operating requirements: Discharge of garbage in...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.67 Operating requirements: Discharge of...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.69 Operating requirements: Discharge of garbage...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.71 Operating requirements: Discharge of garbage...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.73 Operating requirements: Discharge of garbage from...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.75 Grinders or comminuters. Each grinder...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.77 Exceptions for emergencies. ...


Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty as it Pertains to Pollution from Ships Sec. 151.79 Operating requirements: Discharge of sewage...


151.1000 Purpose. Authority: 33 U.S.C. 2602; 49 CFR 1.46. Source: CGD 89-014, 54 FR 22548, May 24, 1989, unless otherwise noted. ...


151.1003 Applicability. (a) Except as provided by paragraph (b) of this section, this subpart applies to each vessel whose purpose is the transportation...


151.1006 Definitions. As used in this subpart-- Coastal waters means-- (1) The territorial sea of the United States; (2) The Great Lakes and...


151.1009 Transportation of municipal or commercial waste. A vessel may not transport municipal or commercial waste in coastal waters without-- (a) A...


151.1012 Applying for a conditional permit. (a) The owner or operator of each vessel to which this subpart applies shall apply by letter for a conditional...


151.1015 Issuing or denying the issuance of a conditional permit. (a) After reviewing the application made under Sec. 151.1012, the Coast Guard either-- ...


151.1018 Withdrawal of a conditional permit. (a) The Coast Guard may withdraw a conditional permit if the Administrator of the EPA requests withdrawal because...


151.1021 Appeals. (a) Any person directly affected by an action taken under this subpart may request reconsideration by the Coast Guard officer responsible...


151.1024 Display of number. (a) The owner or operator of each vessel under this subpart must ensure that the vessel number stated on the conditional permit...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1500 Purpose. Authority: 16 U.S.C. 4711; 49 CFR 1.46. Source: CGD 91-066, 58 FR 18334,...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1502 Applicability. This subpart applies to each vessel that carries ballast water and that...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1504 Definitions. The following terms are defined as used in this subpart. Ballast...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1506 Restriction of operation. No vessel subject to the requirements of this subpart may...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1508 Revocation of clearance. A COTP may request the District Director of Customs to withhold...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1510 Ballast water management. (a) The master of each vessel subject to this subpart shall...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1512 Vessel safety. Nothing in this subpart relieves the master of the responsibility for...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1514 Ballast water management alternatives under extraordinary conditions. The master of any...


in the Great Lakes and Hudson River Sec. 151.1516 Compliance monitoring. (a) The master of each vessel subject to this subpart shall provide,...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2000 What is the purpose of this subpart? Authority: 16 U.S.C. 4711; Department of Homeland...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2005 To which vessels does this subpart apply? (a) Sections 151.2000 through 151.2035(a) of this...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2010 Which vessels are exempt from the mandatory requirements? Four types of vessels are exempt...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2015 Is a vessel in innocent passage exempt from the mandatory requirements? A foreign vessel...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2025 What definitions apply to this subpart? (a) Unless otherwise stated in this section,...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2030 Who is responsible for determining when to use the safety exemption? (a) The master, operator,...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2035 What are the voluntary ballast water management guidelines? (a) Masters, owners, operators,...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2041 Equivalent Reporting Methods for vessels other than those entering the Great Lakes or Hudson River. ...


in Waters of the United States Sec. 151.2050 What methods are used to monitor compliance with this subpart? (a) The COTP may take samples...


this part is to prescribe regulations concerning notification to the Coast Guard of the discharge of oil or hazardous substances as required by the Federal Water Pollution Control...


this part: (a) Act means the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended (33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.). (b) CERCLA means the Comprehensive Environmental...


The delegations and redelegations under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (FWPCA) [33 U.S.C. 1321 et seq.] are published in Sec. 1.01- 80 and Sec. 1.01-85, respectively,...


under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA) are published in Sec. 1.01-70 of this chapter. [CGD 83-009, 49 FR...


The purpose of this subpart is to prescribe the manner in which the notice required in section 311(b)(5) of the Act is to be given and to list the government officials...


notice of discharge. Any person in charge of a vessel or of an onshore or offshore facility shall, as soon as they have knowledge of any discharge of oil or a...


Section 311(b)(5) of the Act prescribes that any person who fails to notify the appropriate agency of the United States Government immediately of a discharge is, upon...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR153.301] [Page 293] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 153--CONTROL OF POLLUTION BY OIL AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES, DISCHARGE REMOVAL--Table of Contents Subpart C--Removal of Discharged Oil Sec. 153.301 Purpose. The purpose of this subpart is to prescribe methods and procedures to be used to remove discharges of oil from coastal waters. ...


provisions of this subpart apply to any owner or operator of a vessel or onshore or offshore facility from which a discharge of oil into coastal waters occurs who acts to remove...


of discharged oil. Each person who removes or arranges for the removal of a discharge of oil from coastal waters shall: (a) Use to the maximum extent...


who fails or refuses to comply with the provisions of this part, or to comply with an order issued by the Federal On-Scene Coordinator under 33 U.S.C. Sec.Sec. 1321(c) or...


This subpart prescribes policies, procedures, and reporting requirements for the payment from and deposit into the Fund established pursuant to section 311(k) of...


The provisions of this subpart apply to: (a) Each Federal and State agency that desires reimbursement from the Fund for costs incurred during a removal activity; and ...


The owner or operator of the vessel or onshore or offshore facility from which a discharge occurs that requires Federal removal activity is liable to the...


the pollution fund. (a) The following costs incurred during performance of a Phase III activity as defined in Subpart E of the National Contingency Plan, or...


judgments. An owner or operator of a vessel or an onshore or offshore facility who obtains a judgment against the United States under section 311(i) of the Act may have...


fund. Any person liable for the payment of the following shall remit payment by check or postal money order, payable to the U.S. Coast Guard, to the cognizant...


As soon as practicable after completion of an action authorized under section 311 (c) or (d) of the Act or the Intervention on the High Seas Act, the OSC submits a cost...


under section 311(c) or 311(d) of the Act of the Intervention on the High Seas Act. (a) Each Federal or State agency requesting reimbursement for an action...


to each facility that is capable of transferring oil or hazardous materials, in bulk, to or from a vessel, where the vessel has a total capacity, from a combination of all...


Barrel means a quantity of liquid equal to 42 U.S. gallons. Boundary Line means any of the lines described in 46 CFR part 7. Captain of the Port (COTP) means the U.S....


is incorporated by reference into this part with the approval of the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. To enforce...


approve alternative procedures, methods, or equipment standards to be used by a facility operator in lieu of any requirement in this part if: (1) Compliance with...


Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection, acting for the Commandant, grants an exemption or partial exemption from compliance with any requirement in this...


any facility to which this part applies must submit a letter of intent to operate a facility or to conduct mobile facility operations to the COTP not less than 60 days before...


shall allow the Coast Guard, at any time, to make any examination and shall perform, upon request, any test to determine compliance with this part and part 156, as...


(a) The facility operator of each facility to which this part applies shall submit, with the letter of intent, two copies of an Operations Manual that: (1) Describes how...


Each operations manual required by Sec. 154.300 must contain: (1) The geographic location of the facility; (2) A physical description of the facility including a plan...


the following procedures, the COTP may require the facility operator to amend the operations manual if the COTP finds that the operations manual does not meet the requirements...


(a) The operator of a facility shall submit two copies of the Operations Manual to the Captain of the Port of the zone in which the facility is located. (b)...


used for transferring oil or hazardous material must meet the following requirements: (a) The minimum design burst pressure for each hose assembly must be at least...


arm used for transferring oil or hazardous material and placed into service after June 30, 1973, must meet the design, fabrication, material, inspection, and...


in paragraph (b) of this section, each facility to which this part applies must have enough butterfly valves, wafer-type resilient seated valves, blank flanges, or other...


the facility to install monitoring devices if the installation of monitoring devices at the facility would significantly limit the size of a discharge of oil or...


as provided in paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this section, each facility to which this part applies must have fixed catchments, curbing, or other fixed means to contain oil...


which this part applies must have a means to safely remove discharged oil or hazardous material, within one hour of completion of the transfer, from the containment required by...


(a) Each facility must have ready access to enough containment material and equipment to contain any oil or hazardous material discharged on the water from operations at...


have an emergency means to enable the person in charge of the transfer on board the vessel, at that person's usual operating station, to stop the flow of oil or...


have a means that enables continuous two-way voice communication between the person in charge of the vessel transfer operation and the person in charge of the facility...


paragraph (c) of this section, for operations between sunset and sunrise, a facility must have fixed lighting that adequately illuminates: (1) Each transfer connection...


facility unless the equipment, personnel, and operating procedures of that facility meet the requirements of this part. [CGD 75-124, 45 FR 7173, Jan....


No person may serve, and the facility operator may not use the services of a person, as person in charge of facility transfer operations unless: (a)...


Each person in charge shall carry evidence of his designation as a person in charge when he is engaged in transfer operations unless such evidence is immediately available...


a facility to which this part applies shall ensure that the following safety requirements are met at the facility: (a) Access to the facility by firefighting personnel,...


maintain at the facility and make available for examination by the COTP: (a) A copy of the letter of intent for the facility; (b) The name of each person designated as...


The facility operator shall require facility personnel to use the procedures in the operations manual prescribed by Sec. 154.300 for operations under this part. [CGD 75-124,...


55 FR 25429, June 21, 1990, unless otherwise noted. (a) Except as specified by paragraph (c) of this section, this subpart applies to: (1) Each...


Certifying entity means an individual or organization accepted by the Commandant (G-MSO) to review plans and calculations for vapor control system designs, and to...


(a) A new vapor control system installation must be certified by a certifying entity as meeting the requirements of this subpart prior to operating. ...


(a) An individual or organization seeking acceptance as a certifying entity must apply in writing to the Commandant (G-MSO). Each application must be signed...


A vapor control system design and installation must eliminate potential overfill hazards, overpressure and vacuum hazards, and sources of ignition to the maximum practical extent....


remotely operated cargo vapor shutoff valve must be installed in the vapor collection line between the facility vapor connection and the nearest point where any inerting, enriching,...


protection. (a) Each facility which receives cargo vapor from a tank barge which is fitted with overfill protection in accordance with 46 CFR 39.20-9(a) as its...


vacuum protection. (a) A facility's vapor collection system must have the capacity for collecting cargo vapor at a rate of not less than 1.25 times...


(a) A vapor control system with a single facility vapor connection that receives vapor only from a vessel with inerted cargo tanks and processes vapor with a vapor...


(a) Each detonation arrester required by this part must: (1) Be capable of arresting a detonation from either side of the device; and (2) Be...


(a) A vapor control system which uses inerting, enriching, or diluting gas must be capable of inerting, enriching, or diluting the vapor collection line prior to...


Each inlet and outlet to a compressor or blower which handles vapor that has not been inerted, enriched, or diluted in accordance with Sec. 154.824 of this subpart must be...


(a) The inlet to a vapor recovery unit which receives cargo vapor that has not been inerted, enriched, or diluted in accordance with Sec. 154.824 of this subpart must...


charge of a transfer operation utilizing a vapor control system must have completed a training program covering the particular system installed at the facility. Training must...


facility must receive vapors only from a vessel which has its certificate of inspection or certificate of compliance endorsed in accordance with 46 CFR 39.10-13(e). (b)...


FR 7917, Feb. 29, 1996, unless otherwise noted. This subpart establishes oil spill response plan requirements for all marine transportation-related...


applies to all MTR facilities that because of their location could reasonably be expected to cause at least substantial harm to the environment by discharging oil into or on...


(a) The COTP may upgrade the classification of: (1) An MTR facility not specified in Sec. 154.1015 (b) or (c) to a facility that could reasonably be expected to...


(a) The owner or operator of an MTR facility identified only in Sec. 154.1015(b), or designated by the COTP as a substantial harm facility, shall prepare and submit to...


otherwise defined in this section, the definition in 33 CFR 154.105 apply to this subpart and subparts H and I. Adverse weather means the weather conditions that will be...


authorization. (a) The owner or operator of an MTR facility who submitted a response plan prior to May 29, 1996, may elect to comply with any of the provisions...


(a) The response plan must identify a qualified individual and at least one alternate who meet the requirements of this section. The qualified...


response resources by contract or other approved means. (a) When required in this subpart, the availability of response resources must be ensured by the...


response plan must use the appropriate criteria in this section to develop the worst case discharge. (b) For the MTR segment of a facility, not less than-- (1)...


(a) The plan must be written in English. (b) A response plan must be divided into the sections listed in this paragraph and formatted in the order specified herein...


could reasonably be expected to cause significant and substantial harm to the environment. (a) Introduction and plan content. This section of the plan must...


could reasonably be expected to cause substantial harm to the environment. (a) The owner or operator of a facility that, under Sec. 154.1015, could reasonably be...


on mobile MTR facilities. (a) Each mobile MTR facility must carry the following information as contained in the response plan when performing...


for facilities that handle, store, or transport Group V petroleum oils. (a) An owner or operator of a facility that handles, stores, or transports Group...


submitted to meet the requirements of Sec.Sec. 154.1035 or 154.1040, as appropriate, must identify the training to be provided to each individual with responsibilities under...


submitted by an owner or operator of an MTR facility must include an exercise program containing both announced and unannounced exercises. The following are the minimum...


(a) A facility owner or operator required to submit a response plan under this part must ensure that-- (1) Containment booms, skimmers, vessels, and...


(a) The owner or operator of a facility to which this subpart applies shall submit one copy of a facility response plan meeting the requirements of this subpart to the COTP...


(a) A facility owner or operator must review his or her response plan(s) annually. This review shall incorporate any revisions to the plan, including listings of fish...


will notify the facility owner or operator in writing of any deficiencies noted during review of a response plan, drills observed by the Coast Guard, or inspection...


owner or operator of a facility who desires to appeal the classification that a facility could reasonably be expected to cause substantial harm or significant and substantial harm...


Prince William Sound, Alaska Sec. 154.1110 Purpose and applicability. Source: CGD 91-036, 61 FR 7930, Feb. 29, 1996,...


Prince William Sound, Alaska Sec. 154.1115 Definitions. In addition to the definitions in this section, the definitions...


Prince William Sound, Alaska Sec. 154.1120 Operating restrictions and interim operating authorization. (a) The owner or...


Prince William Sound, Alaska Sec. 154.1125 Additional response plan requirements. (a) The owner or operator of a TAPAA...


in Prince William Sound, Alaska Sec. 154.1130 Requirements for prepositioned response equipment. The owner or operator of...


Prince William Sound, Alaska Sec. 154.1135 Response plan development and evaluation criteria. The following response times...


Prince William Sound, Alaska Sec. 154.1140 TAPAA facility contracting with a vessel. The owner or operator of a TAPAA...


Source: CGD 91-036, 61 FR 7931, Feb. 29, 1996, unless otherwise noted. (a) The requirements of this subpart are intended for use in developing...


(a) The Coast Guard classifies facilities that handle, store, or transport animal fats or vegetable oils as ``substantial harm'' facilities because they may...


(a) The owner or operator of an MTR facility identified in Sec. 154.1216 as a substantial harm facility, shall prepare and submit to the cognizant COTP...


availability of response resources by contract or other approved means. (a) When required in this subpart, the availability of response resources must be ensured by...


Source: CGD 91-036, 61 FR 7932, Feb. 29, 1996, unless otherwise noted. This subpart establishes oil spill response planning requirements for an owner...


An owner or operator of a facility that handles, stores, or transports other non-petroleum oils shall submit a response plan in accordance with the requirements...


An owner or operator of a facility that handles, stores, or transports other non-petroleum oils shall submit a response plan in accordance with the requirements...
...


48 FR 45714, Oct. 6, 1983, unless otherwise noted. (a) Subject to the exceptions provided for in paragraph (b) and (c) of this section, this part applies...


in a section, the definitions in part 151 of this chapter, except for the word ``oil'', and in part 154 of this chapter, apply to this part. [CGD 90-071a, 59...


required to be surveyed under Sec. 151.17 of this chapter, the Commandant may, upon receipt of a written request, allow any fitting, material, appliance or apparatus to be fitted in...


an exemption or partial exemption from compliance with any requirement in this part if: (1) A ship operator submits a written request for an exemption via the COTP...


(a) Certain material is incorporated by reference into this part with the approval of the Director of the Federal Register under 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. To enforce...


75-124a, 48 FR 45715, Oct. 6, 1983, unless otherwise noted. As used in this subpart: Inland oil barge means a tank barge carrying oil in bulk as...


feet or greater in length. (a) Oil tankers and offshore oil barges with an overall length of 400 feet or more must carry appropriate equipment and supplies for...


than 400 feet in length. (a) Oil tankers and offshore oil barges with an overall length of less than 400 feet must carry appropriate equipment and supplies for...


barges. (a) During cargo transfer operations, inland oil barges must have appropriate equipment and supplies ready for immediate use to control and remove on-deck...


oil as secondary cargo. (a) Vessels carrying oil as secondary cargo must carry appropriate equipment and supplies for the containment and removal of on-deck...


Oil tankers and offshore oil barges must carry suitable hoses and reducers for internal transfer of cargo to tanks or other spaces within the cargo block, unless...


barges. (a) Application. This section does not apply to foreign vessels engaged in innocent passage (that is, neither entering nor leaving a U.S. port); it applies...


An emergency towing arrangement shall be fitted at both ends on board all oil tankers of not less than 20,000 deadweight tons (dwt), constructed on or...


oil tankers and offshore oil barges. (a) Owners or operators of oil tankers and offshore oil barges shall ensure that their vessels have prearranged, prompt access...


oil barges. (a) Owners or operators of inland oil barges shall ensure that the vessel plans necessary to perform salvage, stability, and residual hull...


cargo discharges. (a) A tank vessel with a capacity of 250 or more barrels that is carrying oil or hazardous material as cargo must have-- (1) Under or...


containment. (a) A ship of 300 gross tons or more constructed after June 30, 1974 must have a fixed container or enclosed deck area under or around each fuel oil...


tank ballast water discharges on U.S. non-oceangoing ships. (a) No person may operate a U.S. non-oceangoing ship in the navigable waters of the United States, unless...


ballast water discharges on oceangoing ships of less than 400 gross tons. (a) No person may operate an oceangoing ship of less than 400 gross tons, unless...


alarm, and bilge monitor approval standards. (a) On U.S. inspected ships, oily-water separating equipment, bilge alarms, and bilge monitors must be approved under 46...


oceangoing fixed and floating drilling rigs and other platforms. (a) No person may operate an oceangoing fixed or floating drilling rig or other platform unless...


for non-oceangoing ships of 100 gross tons and above. (a) No person may operate a non-oceangoing ship of 100 gross tons and above that is fitted with main...


oceangoing ships of 100 gross tons and above but less than 400 gross tons. (a) No person may operate an oceangoing ship of 100 gross tons and above but less...


ships of 400 gross tons and above. (a) All oceangoing ships of 400 gross tons and above must have a standard shore connection for reception facilities to...


a ship of less than 26 feet in length, must have a placard of at least 5 by 8 inches, made of durable material fixed in a conspicuous place in each machinery space, or at the...


a ship of 400 gross tons and above, for which the building contract is placed after January 1, 1982 or, in the absence of a building contract, the keel of which is laid or which is...


(a) For the purposes of this section, ``oil'' has the same definition as provided in Sec. 151.05 of this chapter. (b) Each tank vessel with a cargo capacity of 1,000 or more...


(a) Applicability. The tank level or pressure monitoring (TLPM) device requirements of this section apply to-- (1) U.S.-flag single-hull tank vessels carrying...


in charge. Each operator or agent of a vessel with a capacity of 250 or more barrels of fuel oil, cargo oil, hazardous material, or liquefied gas as regulated...


person in charge. (a) On each tankship required to be documented under the laws of the United States, the operator or agent of the vessel, or the person who...


designation as a person-in-charge of the transfer of fuel oil. The letter of instruction required in Sec. 155.710(e)(2) must designate the holder as a...


The operator of a vessel with a capacity of 250 or more barrels of oil, hazardous material, or liquefied gas as regulated in Table 4 of 46 CFR part 154 shall...


procedures. The vessel operator of each vessel required by Sec. 155.720 to have transfer procedures shall maintain them current and shall require vessel personnel...


procedures. The transfer procedures required by Sec. 155.720 must be: (a) Available for inspection by the COTP or OCMI whenever the vessel is in operation; ...


procedures. (a) The transfer procedures required by Sec. 155.720 must contain, either in the order listed or by use of a cross-reference index page: (1) A list...


transfer procedures. (a) The COTP or OCMI may require the vessel operator of any vessel that is required to have transfer procedures under Sec. 155.720 to amend...


No person may intentionally drain oil or hazardous material from any source into the bilge of a vessel. [CGD 86-034, 55 FR 36255, Sept....


of oil. (a) For the purposes of this section, ``oil'' has the same meaning as provided in Sec. 151.05 of this chapter. (b) A cargo tank on a tank vessel may not...


(a) A tank vessel with a capacity of 250 or more barrels that is carrying oil or hazardous material as cargo must have on board an emergency means to enable the person...


(a) During vessel to vessel transfers, each tank vessel with a capacity of 250 or more barrels of cargo that is carrying oil or hazardous material must have a means...


(a) A self-propelled vessel with a capacity of 250 or more barrels of oil or hazardous material that is conducting transfer operations between sunset and sunrise must...


Hose used to transfer oil or hazardous material must meet the requirements of Sec. 154.500 of this chapter. [CGD 75-124, 45 FR 7175, Jan. 31, 1980, as amended by...


(a) Each end of each transfer hose on board which is not connected for the transfer of oil or hazardous material must be blanked off with butterfly valves,...


Operators of tank vessels carrying more oil cargo residue than normal in any cargo tank must assign a surveillance person or persons responsible for...


(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, a tank vessel underway or at anchor must have all closure mechanisms on the following openings...


The vessel operator shall keep a written record available for inspection by the COTP or OCMI of: (a) The name of each person currently designated as a person in charge...


61 FR 1081, Jan. 12, 1996, unless otherwise noted. The purpose of this subpart is to establish requirements for oil spill response plans for certain vessels....


as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, this subpart applies to each vessel that is constructed or adapted to carry, or that carries, oil in bulk as cargo or oil cargo...


otherwise defined in this section, the definitions in Sec. 155.110 apply to this subpart and subparts F and G of this part. For the purposes of this subpart only, the term: ...


authorization. (a) Vessels subject to this subpart may not perform the following functions, unless operating in compliance with a plan approved under...


individual. (a) The response plan must identify a qualified individual and at least one alternate who meet the requirements of this section. The...


(a) The plan must cover all geographic areas of the United States in which the vessel intends to handle, store, or transport oil, including port areas and...


vessels carrying oil as a primary cargo. (a) General information and introduction. This section of the response plan must include-- (1) The vessel's...


tank barges carrying oil as a primary cargo. (a) General information and introduction. This section of the response plan must include-- (1) A list of...


carrying oil as a secondary cargo. (a) General information and introduction. This section of the response plan must include-- (1) The vessel's name,...


criteria for vessels carrying groups I through IV petroleum oil as a primary cargo. (a) The following criteria must be used to evaluate the operability of...


criteria for vessels carrying group V petroleum oil as a primary cargo. (a) Owners and operators of vessels that carry group V petroleum oil as a primary...


submitted to meet the requirements of Sec. 155.1035 must identify the training to be provided to persons having responsibilities under the plan, including members of the...


vessel owner or operator required by Sec.Sec. 155.1035 and 155.1040 to have a response plan shall conduct exercise as necessary to ensure that the plan will function in an emergency....


resources. (a) The owner or operator of a vessel required to submit a response plan under this part must ensure that-- (1) Containment booms, skimmers,...


requests for acceptance of alternative planning criteria, and appeal. (a) An owner or operator of a vessel to which this subpart applies shall submit one...


amendment, and appeal. (a) A vessel response plan must be reviewed annually by the owner or operator. (1) This review must occur within 1 month of the...


the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act Sec. 155.1110 Purpose and applicability. Source: CGD 91-034, 61 FR 1097, Jan. 12,...


the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act Sec. 155.1115 Definitions. Except as provided in this section, the definitions in...


the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act Sec. 155.1120 Operating restrictions and interim operating authorization. The owner...


the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act Sec. 155.1125 Additional response plan requirements. (a) The owner or operator of...


the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act Sec. 155.1130 Requirements for prepositioned response equipment. The owner...


the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act Sec. 155.1135 Response plan development and evaluation criteria. For tankers subject...


the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act Sec. 155.1145 Submission and approval procedures. An appendix prepared under...


the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act Sec. 155.1150 Plan revision and amendment procedures. An appendix prepared and...


as a primary cargo Sec. 155.1210 Purpose and applicability. Source: CGD 91-034, 61 FR 1098, Jan. 12, 1996, unless otherwise noted. This...


as a primary cargo Sec. 155.1225 Response plan submission requirements. An owner or operator of a vessel carrying animal fats and vegetable oils as a primary...


as a primary cargo Sec. 155.1230 Response plan development and evaluation criteria. (a) Owners and operators of vessels that carry animal fats or...


a Primary Cargo Sec. 155.2210 Purpose and applicability. Source: CGD 91-034, 61 FR 1099, Jan. 12, 1996, unless otherwise noted. This...


a Primary Cargo Sec. 155.2225 Response plan submission requirements. An owner or operator of a vessel carrying other non-petroleum oils as a primary cargo...


a Primary Cargo Sec. 155.2225 Response plan submission requirements. An owner or operator of a vessel carrying other non-petroleum oils as a primary cargo...
...


the transfer of oil or hazardous material on the navigable waters or contiguous zone of the United States to, from, or within each vessel with a capacity of 250 barrels or...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR156.105] [Page 436] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 156--OIL AND HAZARDOUS MATERIAL TRANSFER OPERATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart A--Oil and Hazardous Material Transfer Operations Sec. 156.105 Definitions. Except as specifically stated in a section, the definitions in Sec. 154.105 of this chapter apply to this subpart. [CGD 90-071a, 59 FR 53291, Oct. 21, 1994] ...


approve alternative procedures, methods, or equipment standards to be used by a vessel or facility operator in lieu of any requirements in this part if: (1)...


for Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection, acting for the Commandant, may grant an exemption or partial exemption from compliance with any requirement in...


is incorporated by reference into this part with the approval of the Director of the Federal Register under 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. To enforce any edition...


issue a suspension order to suspend transfer operations to the vessel or facility operator when the COTP or OCMI finds there is a condition requiring action to prevent the discharge...


(a) No vessel or facility operator to whom a suspension order has been issued may conduct transfer operations from the time the order is effective until that order is withdrawn by...


person may serve as the person in charge of transfer operations on more than one vessel at a time during transfers between vessels or between two or more vessels and a facility...


may require a facility operator to notify the COTP of the time and place of each transfer operation at least 4 hours before it begins for facilities that: (1)...


considered to begin when the person in charge on the transferring vessel or facility and the person in charge on the receiving facility or vessel first meet to begin...


the transfer operation shall stop the transfer operation whenever oil or hazardous material from any source is discharged: (1) In the transfer operation work...


connection for transfer operations shall: (1) Use suitable material in joints and couplings to ensure a leak- free seal; (2) Use a bolt in at least every other...


person may transfer oil or hazardous material to or from a vessel unless each person in charge, designated under Sec.Sec. 154.710 and 155.700 of this chapter, has filled out and...


person may connect or disconnect a hose, top off a tank, or engage in any other critical procedures during the transfer operation unless the person in charge, required by...


(a) Except as provided in paragraph (d) of this section, no person may use any equipment listed in paragraph (c) of this section for transfer operations unless the vessel or...


Applicability. Source: CGD 78-180, 49 FR 11172, Mar. 26, 1984, unless otherwise noted. This subpart applies to each vessel to be lightered and each...


Definitions. (a) In addition to the terms defined in this section, the definitions in Sec. 154.105 of this chapter apply to this subpart and to subpart C. ...


General. (a) No vessel may transfer oil or hazardous materials in a port or place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, if the cargo has been lightered...


Pre-arrival notices. (a) The master, owner or agent of each vessel to be lightered must give at least 24 hours advance notice to the Captain of the Port nearest...


Reporting of incidents. (a) An immediate report must be made to the nearest Captain of the Port, by the service vessel, if fire, explosion, collision, grounding or...


Designation of lightering zones. The District Commander is delegated the authority to designate lightering zones and their operating requirements, where they...


Factors considered in designating lightering zones. The following factors are considered in designating a lightering zone: (a) The findings of the...


Designated lightering zones. Source: CGD 93-081, 60 FR 45017, Aug. 29, 1995, unless otherwise noted. The following lightering zones are designated in...


Prohibited areas. Lightering operations are prohibited within the following areas in the Gulf of Mexico: (a) Claypile--prohibited area. This prohibited area consists...


Maximum operating conditions. Unless otherwise specified, the maximum operating conditions in this section apply to tank vessels operating within the lightering...


Operations. (a) Unless otherwise specified in this subpart, or when otherwise authorized by the cognizant Captain of the Port (COTP) or District Commander, the master of...


(a) Unless otherwise indicated, this part applies to each vessel that carries oil in bulk as cargo and that is: (1) Documented under the laws of the United States...


(a) Certain material is incorporated by reference into this part with the approval of the Director of the Federal Register under 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part...


Except as otherwise stated in a subpart: Amidships means the middle of the length. Animal fat means a non-petroleum oil, fat, or grease derived from animals...


classification societies. (a) The Coast Guard may authorize any classification society (CS) to perform certain plan reviews, certifications, and inspections required...


this part. In this part, unless the context requires otherwise: (a) Formulas are in the International System of Units (SI); (b) Values used in...


(a) Any person directly affected by an action taken under this part may request reconsideration by the Coast Guard official who is responsible for that action. (b)...


The Coast Guard may accept an equivalent, in accordance with the procedure in 46 CFR 30.15-1, of a design or an equipment to fulfill a requirement in this Part, except...


Applicability of Subpart B. Note: An ``oil tanker'' as defined in Sec. 157.03 includes barges as well as self-propelled vessels. (a) Sections 157.10d and...


Segregated ballast. (a) A new vessel of 70,000 tons DWT or more must have segregated ballast tanks that have a total capacity to allow the vessel to meet the draft and...


Segregated ballast tanks and crude oil washing systems for certain new vessels. (a) This section applies to a new vessel that: (1) Is constructed under a...


Double hulls on tank vessels. (a) With the exceptions stated in Sec. 157.08(n), this section applies to a tank vessel-- (1) For which the building contract is...


Pumping, piping and discharge arrangements. (a) Each tank vessel must have a fixed piping system for transferring oily mixtures from cargo tanks to slop tanks and...


Cargo monitor and control system. (a) Each vessel must have, for each type of cargo oil that it carries, at least one cargo monitor that is designed for use with...


observation area. Each new vessel must have a designated observation area on the weather deck or above that is: (a) Located where the effluent from each...


tanks in tank vessels. (a) Number. A tank vessel must have the following number of slop tanks that comply with the requirements of this section: (1) A new vessel...


residue (sludge) tank. (a) A tank vessel of 400 gross tons or more must have a tank that receives and holds oil residue resulting from purification of fuel and...


Cargo tank arrangement and size. (a) This section applies to: (1) A U.S. or foreign vessel that is delivered after January 1, 1977; (2) A U.S. vessel that...


and stability. A new vessel that is a U.S. vessel must meet the following subdivision and damage stability criteria after assuming side and bottom damages,...


stability requirements. All tank ships of 5,000 DWT and above contracted after December 3, 2001 must comply with the intact stability requirements of Regulation...


Cargo and ballast system information. (a) Each tank vessel to which this part applies must have an instruction manual that describes the automatic and manual operation...


of calculations, plans, and specifications. The owner, builder or designer of a new vessel to which this part applies shall submit the documentation specified in...


Submission of calculations, plans, and specifications for existing vessels installing segregated ballast tanks. (a) Before modifications are made to a U.S. tank vessel to...


subpart C. (a) This subpart applies to each vessel to which this part applies of 150 gross tons or more, unless otherwise indicated, that carries crude oil...


a tank vessel in violation of regulations. No person may cause or authorize the operation of a tank vessel in violation of the regulations in this part. [CGD...


tank barges exempted from certain design requirements. The person in charge of a tank barge exempted under Sec. 157.08(g) from the requirements in Sec.Sec....


tank vessels of 150 gross tons or more. Unless a seagoing tank vessel of 150 gross tons or more discharges an oily mixture in compliance with the requirements in...


additives. No person may use a chemical additive to circumvent the discharge requirements in Sec.Sec. 157.27, 157.29, 157.37, 157.39,...


fuel oil tanks. A new vessel may not carry ballast water in a fuel oil tank. [CGD 74-32, 40 FR 48283, Oct. 14, 1975, as amended by USCG-2000-7641, 66 FR 55573,...


cargo tanks. The master of a tank vessel with segregated ballast tanks or dedicated clean ballast tanks under Sec. 157.09, Sec. 157.10, Sec. 157.10a(a)(1),...


oily mixtures from oil cargoes. (a) A tank vessel may not discharge an oily mixture into the sea from a cargo tank, slop tank, or cargo pump room bilge unless...


bilges. (a) A tank vessel may discharge an oily mixture from a machinery space bilge that is combined with an oil cargo residue if the vessel discharges in...


Sections 157.27, 157.29, 157.37, and 157.39 do not apply to a tank vessel that discharges into the sea oil or oily mixtures: (a) For the purpose of securing the...


clean and segregated ballast: Seagoing tank vessels of 150 gross tons or more. (a) Clean ballast may not be discharged overboard unless the discharge is verified...


or ballast piping system. When a tank vessel is at sea and the tanks contain oil, valves and closing devices in the cargo or ballast piping system or in the...


master. A master or person in charge of a new vessel shall operate the vessel in accordance with the information required in 46 CFR 31.10-30(d) that includes...


The master of a tank vessel shall ensure that the instruction manual under Sec. 157.23 is available and used when the cargo or ballast systems...


Plans for U.S. tank vessels: Submission. Source: CGD 77-058b, 45 FR 43709, June 30, 1980, unless otherwise noted. ...


Plans for foreign tank vessels: Submission. If the owner or operator of a foreign tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10a(a)(2), or...


Scale models. If the pattern under Sec. 157.100(a)(4) or Sec. 157.102(d) cannot be shown on a plan, a scale model of each tank must be built for Coast Guard...


Letter of acceptance. The Coast Guard informs the submitter by letter that the plans submitted under Sec. 157.100 or Sec. 157.102 are accepted if: (a) The...


Crude Oil Washing Operations and Equipment Manual for U.S. tank vessels: Submission. Before each U.S. tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e),...


Crude Oil Washing Operations and Equipment Manual for foreign tank vessels: Submission. If the owner or operator of a foreign tank vessel having a COW system under...


Approved Crude Oil Washing Operations and Equipment Manual. If the manuals submitted under Sec. 157.108 or Sec. 157.110 meet Sec. 157.138, the Coast Guard approves...


Crude Oil Washing Operations and Equipment Manual: Not approved. If the manuals submitted under Sec. 157.108 or Sec. 157.110 are not approved, the Coast Guard forwards...


Required documents: U.S. tank vessels. The owner, operator, and master of a U.S. tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10a(a)(2), or...


Required documents: Foreign tank vessels. (a) The owner, operator, and master of a foreign tank vessel under Sec. 157.10(e) or Sec. 157.10a(a)(2) shall ensure that...


Waiver of required documents. The Coast Guard waives the requirement for the letter under Sec. 157.116(b), if a U.S. tank vessel engages in a voyage, or under...


Piping, valves, and fittings. (a) Except as allowed in paragraph (o) of this section, the piping, valves, and fittings of each COW system must: (1) Meet 46 CFR...


COW tank washing machines. (a) COW machines must be permanently mounted in each cargo tank. (b) The COW machines in each tank must have sufficient nozzles...


Pumps. (a) Crude oil must be supplied to the COW machines by COW system pumps or cargo pumps. (b) The pumps under paragraph (a) of this section must be...


Stripping system. (a) Each tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10a(a)(2), or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2) must have a stripping system that...


Crude oil washing with more than one grade of crude oil. If a tank vessel having a COW system under Sec.Sec. 157.10(e), 157.10a(a)(2), or 157.10c(b)(2) carries more than...


Cargo tanks: Hydrocarbon vapor emissions. Each tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10a(a)(2) or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2) without sufficient segregated ballast tanks...


Cargo tank drainage. Each cargo tank must be designed for longitudinal and transverse drainage of crude oil to allow the tank vessel to pass the inspections under...


Two-way voice communications. Each tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10a(a)(2), or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2) must have a means that...


Crude Oil Washing Operations and Equipment Manual. (a) Each Crude Oil Washing Operations and Equipment Manual must include the following information: (1)...


Tank vessel inspections. (a) Before issuing a letter under Sec. 157.142, the Coast Guard makes an initial inspection of each U.S. tank vessel having a COW system...


Letter of acceptance: Inspections. If the inspections under Sec. 157.140 are passed, the Coast Guard issues to the tank vessel a letter that states that the vessel...


Tank vessels of the same class: Inspections. (a) If more than one tank vessel is constructed from the same plans, the owner or operator may submit a written request to...


Similar tank design: Inspections on U.S. tank vessels. (a) If a U.S. tank vessel has tanks similar in dimensions and internal structure, the owner or operator may submit...


Similar tank design: Inspections on foreign tank vessels. (a) If a foreign tank vessel has tanks similar in dimensions and internal structure, the owner or operator...


COW system: Evidence for inspections. (a) Before the inspections under Sec. 157.140 are conducted by the Coast [[Page 480]] Guard, the owner...


Crude Oil Washing Operations and Equipment Manual: Recording information after inspections. After passing the inspections under Sec. 157.140, the owner, operator,...


Person in charge of COW operations. The owner, operator, and master of a tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10(a)(2), or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2)...


Assistant personnel. The owner, operator, and master of a tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10a(a)(2), or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2) shall...


COW operations: General. (a) The master of a tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10a(a)(2), or 157.10c(b)(2) shall ensure that-- ...


COW operations: Meeting manual requirements. Except as allowed in Sec. 157.158, the master of a foreign tank vessel having a COW system under Sec.Sec....


COW operations: Changed characteristics. The COW system may be operated with characteristics that do not meet those recorded under Sec. 157.150(b) only if: (a)...


Tanks: Ballasting and crude oil washing. (a) The owner, operator, and master of a tank vessel under Sec. 157.10(e) shall ensure that: (1) Ballast water is carried...


Crude oil washing during a voyage. The master of a tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10a(a)(2), or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2) shall ensure...


Use of inert gas system. (a) The master of a tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10(e), Sec. 157.10a(a)(2), or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2) shall ensure...


Hydrocarbon emissions. If the tank vessel having a COW system under Sec. 157.10a(a)(2) or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2) transfers cargo at a port in the United States that is...


Crew member: Main deck watch. During COW operations, the master shall ensure that at least one member of the crew with a designated responsibility for monitoring...


COW equipment: Removal. (a) Whenever a deck mounted COW machine is removed from the tank, the master shall ensure that: (1) The supply piping to that machine...


Limitations on grades of crude oil carried. If a tank vessel having a COW system meeting Sec. 157.10a(a)(2) or Sec. 157.10c(b)(2) does not have segregated ballast tanks...


Plans for U.S. tank vessels: Submission. Source: CGD 77-058b, 45 FR 43714, June 30, 1980, unless otherwise noted. ...


Plans and documents for foreign tank vessels: Submission. The owner or operator of a foreign tank vessel under Sec. 150.10a(b), Sec. 157.10a(c)(2), or Sec. 157.10b(a)(2)...


Letter of acceptance. The Coast Guard informs the submitter by letter that the plans submitted under Sec. 157.200 or the plans and documents submitted under Sec....


Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations Manual for U.S. tank vessels: Submission. The owner or operator of a U.S. tank vessel meeting Sec....


Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations Manual for foreign tank vessels: Submission. If the owner or operator of a foreign tank vessel meeting Sec. 157.10a(b),...


Approved Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations Manual. If the manuals submitted under Sec. 157.206 or Sec. 157.208 meet Sec. 157.224, the Coast Guard approves the...


Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations Manual: Not approved. If the Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations Manual submitted under Sec. 157.206 or Sec. 157.208 is...


Required documents: U.S. tank vessels. The owner, operator, and master of a U.S. tank vessel meeting Sec. 157.10a(b), Sec. 157.10a(c)(2), Sec. 157.10b(a)(2), or...


Required documents: Foreign tank vessels. (a) The owner, operator, and master of a foreign tank vessel meeting Sec. 157.10a(b), Sec. 157.10a(c)(2), Sec. 157.10b(a)(2),...


Dedicated clean ballast tanks: Alterations. The dedicated clean ballast tanks or equipment on a tank vessel that has a letter issued under Sec. 157.204 may not be...


Dedicated clean ballast tanks: Standards. (a) Cargo tanks that are designated as dedicated clean ballast tanks must allow the tank vessel to meet the draft and...


Pump and piping arrangements. (a) Dedicated clean ballast tanks must be connected to the least practicable: (1) Number of pumps; and (2) Amount...


Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations Manual. Each Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations Manual must include the following information: (a) The text of...


Dedicated clean ballast tanks operations: General. The master of a tank vessel meeting Sec. 157.10a(b), Sec. 157.10a(c)(2), Sec. 157.10b(a)(2), or Sec....


Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations Manual: Procedures to be followed. The master of a foreign tank vessel meeting Sec. 157.10a(b), Sec. 157.10a(c)(2),...


Isolating Valves: Closed during a voyage. (a) The master of each U.S. tank vessel under Sec. 157.10a(b), Sec. 157.10a(c)(2), Sec. 157.10b(a)(2), or Sec. 157.10c(c)(2)...


Qualifications for exemptions under this part. Source: CGD 79-126, 46 FR 3513, Jan. 15, 1981, unless otherwise noted. (a) Each vessel under Sec. 157.10a...


Applying for an exemption or requesting modification of an exemption. (a) Each application for an exemption or modification must be in writing and submitted to...


Shore-based reception facility: standards. No shore-based reception facility may be listed to meet Sec. 157.302(b)(3) unless that reception facility has: (a) A...


Granting, denying, or modifying an exemption. (a) The Assistant Commandant for Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection issues a written decision concerning...


Revocation of exemption: procedure and appeals. (a) The Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection may consider the revocation of the exemption granted under this subpart...


Exempted vessels: operations. The owner, operator, and master of each vessel that has been granted an exemption under this subpart must ensure...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.400 Purpose and applicability. Source: CGD 91-045, 59 FR 40188, Aug. 5, 1994, unless otherwise...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.410 Emergency lightering requirements for oil tankers. Each oil tanker, to which this subpart applies, shall carry...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.415 Bridge resource management policy and procedures. (a) Not later than February 1, 1997, a tankship owner...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.420 Vessel specific watch policy and procedures. (a) Not later than February 1, 1997, the owner or operator of...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.430 Enhanced survey requirements. Beginning at each tank vessel's next regularly scheduled drydock examination...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.435 Vital systems surveys. (a) A tank vessel owner or operator shall ensure that surveys of the following...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.440 Autopilot alarm or indicator. (a) A tankship owner or operator shall ensure that each installed autopilot...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.445 Maneuvering performance capability. (a) A tankship owner or operator shall ensure that maneuvering tests...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.450 Maneuvering and vessel status information. A tankship owner, master, or operator shall comply with...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.455 Minimum under-keel clearance. (a) The owner or operator of a tankship, that is not fitted with a...


Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils Sec. 157.460 Additional operational requirements for tank barges. (a) Emergency steering capability. The owner or operator of...


Hulls Carrying Animal Fat or Vegetable Oil Sec. 157.500 Purpose and applicability. Source; CGD 91-045, 61 FR 39791, July 30, 1996, unless...


Hulls Carrying Animal Fat or Vegetable Oil Sec. 157.510 Operational measures. An owner or operator of a tank vessel that carries animal fat or vegetable oil...


Hulls Carrying Other Non-Petroleum Oil Sec. 157.600 Purpose and applicability. Source; CGD 91-045, 61 FR 39791, July 30, 1996, unless...


Hulls Carrying Other Non-Petroleum Oil Sec. 157.600 Purpose and applicability. Source; CGD 91-045, 61 FR 39791, July 30, 1996, unless...
...


FR 7761, Mar. 12, 1987, unless otherwise noted. This part establishes the following: (a) Criteria for determining the adequacy of reception facilities. ...


C, and E apply to each port and each terminal located in the United States or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States that is-- (1) Used by oceangoing tankers, or...


person who violates MARPOL 73/78, the Act, or the regulations of this part is liable for a civil penalty not to exceed $25,000 for each violation, as provided by 33 U.S.C....


part: Bunker oil means oil loaded into bunker tanks for use as fuel. Captain of the Port (COTP) means the Coast Guard officer commanding a Captain of the Port...


authority to-- (a) Conduct inspections at ports and terminals required to have reception facilities under this part; (b) Issue Certificates of Adequacy; ...


(a) A port or terminal which receives oceangoing tankers, or any other oceangoing ship of 400 gross tons or more, carrying oily mixtures, must have...


Adequacy? To continue to receive ships, a port or terminal must hold one or more Certificates of Adequacy to show compliance with-- (a) Subpart B of this part...


(a) To continue to receive ships at a port or terminal required by Sec. 158.135 to have a Certificate of Adequacy for its reception facilities, the...


the person in charge believes that a requirement in this part is unreasonable or impracticable for the port's or terminal's operations, the person in charge may submit a request for...


Adequacy. (a) After reviewing an application made under Sec. 158.140(a)(1), the COTP determines by inspection the following: (1) When the application is made on Form...


(a) Each person in charge and each person who is in charge of a reception facility shall ensure that the reception facility does not operate in a manner that violates...


(a) Except as required in paragraph (b) of this section, the person in charge shall notify the COTP in writing within 10 days after any information required in...


Any person may report to the local Coast Guard COTP that reception facilities required by these regulations or MARPOL 73/78 are inadequate. Reports of inadequate...


may suspend a Certificate of Adequacy if-- (a) Deficiencies recur or significantly affect the adequacy of the reception facility; (b) Continued operations will result...


(a) If the COTP has grounds for an immediate suspension of or is considering suspending a Certificate of Adequacy, the COTP notifies the person in charge of the intended...


(a) If no evidence or arguments are submitted in response to a notification of a suspension order, the suspension is effective on the date stated in the...


Adequacy. After the COTP notifies the person in charge and places a suspension order in [[Page 515]] effect, the COTP denies entry of ships to the port...


(a) If a Certificate of Adequacy is suspended for longer than a five day period, the person in charge shall return it to the COTP within five days after the suspension...


or the part no longer applies. (a) If a Certificate of Adequacy is revoked, the person in charge shall return it to the COTP within five days after the...


by an action taken under this part may request reconsideration by the Coast Guard officer responsible for that action. (b) Except as provided under paragraph (e)...


Source: CGD 78-035, 50 FR 36793, Sept. 9, 1985, unless otherwise noted. (a) Except as allowed in paragraph (b) of this section, the facility used to meet...


crude oil. The reception facility for a crude oil loading port or terminal must have the capacity for receiving-- (a) Oil residue from on-board fuel and...


more than 1,000 metric tons of oil other than crude oil or bunker oil. The reception facility for an oil loading port or terminal that loads a daily average of...


than ports and terminals under Sec.Sec. 158.210, 158.220, and 158.240. Reception facilities for ports and terminals other than those under Sec.Sec. 158.210,...


The reception facility that services oceangoing ships using a ship repair yard must have a capacity for receiving-- (a) An amount of ballast from bunker tanks, and the...


Each reception facility that received bilge water containing oily mixtures must have a standard discharge connection that-- (a) Meets Sec. 155.430 of...


NLS Residue Sec. 158.300 Purpose. Source: CGD 85-010, 52 FR 7764, Mar. 12, 1987, unless otherwise noted. The purpose of this subpart is...


NLS Residue Sec. 158.310 Reception facilities: General. (a) Except as allowed in paragraph (b) of this section, each reception facility, in order to pass...


Receiving NLS Residue Sec. 158.320 Reception facilities: Capacity, and exceptions. (a) Except as allowed in paragraph (b) of this section, each day the port...


NLS Residue Sec. 158.330 Ports and terminals: Equipment. Each port and terminal except ship repair yards, in order to pass the inspection under Sec....


Source: CGD 88-002, 54 FR 18409, Apr. 28, 1989, unless otherwise noted. The purpose of this subpart is to supply the criteria for determining the adequacy...


(a) Except as allowed in paragraph (b) of this section, the person in charge of a port or terminal shall ensure that each port or terminal's...


and exceptions. Each day a port or terminal is in operation, the person in charge of a port or terminal must provide, or ensure the availability of, a...


Source: CGD 85-010, 52 FR 7765, Mar. 12, 1987, unless otherwise noted. Redesignated by CGD 88-002, 54 FR 18409, Apr. 28, 1989. The person in...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR158.520] [Page 519] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 158--RECEPTION FACILITIES FOR OIL, NOXIOUS LIQUID SUBSTANCES, AND GARBAGE--Table of Contents Subpart E--Port and Terminal Operations Sec. 158.520 Following the instruction manual. The person in charge shall ensure that the instruction manual under Sec. 158.330(b) is followed during the transfer of any NLS. ...


marine sanitation devices and procedures for certifying that marine sanitation devices meet the regulations and the standards of the Environmental Protection...


representative. Discharge includes, but is not limited to, any spilling, leaking, pouring, pumping, emitting, emptying, or dumping. Existing vessel includes...


part with the approval of the Director of the Federal Register under 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. To enforce any edition other than that specified in paragraph (b)...


offer for sale, or distribute for sale or resale any vessel equipped with installed toilet facilities unless it is equipped with: (a) An operable Type II or III device...


installed toilet facilities unless it is equipped with: (1) An operable Type II or III device that has a label on it under Sec. 159.16 or that is certified under...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.11] [Page 522] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart B--Certification Procedures Sec. 159.11 Purpose. This subpart prescribes procedures for certification of marine sanitation devices and authorization for labels on certified devices. ...


section is to provide regulations for certification of existing devices until manufacturers can design and manufacture devices that comply with this part and recognized...


is to provide regulations for certification of certain Type III devices. (b) Any Type III device is considered certified under this section if: (1) It is...


facility for certification of a marine sanitation device. The application for certification must indicate whether the device will be used aboard all vessels or only...


is submitted by the manufacturer in accordance with Sec. 159.14(b) (1), (2), and (3), evaluate the device for compliance with Sec.Sec. 159.53 through 159.95, test...


Sec. 159.15(b), the Coast Guard will issue a letter that authorizes the manufacturer to label each device that he manufactures with the manufacturer's certification that...


certified under this part shall notify the Commanding Officer, USCG Marine Safety Center, 400 Seventh Street, SW., Washington, DC 20590 in writing of any change in the design of...


or necessary, a manufacturer may apply to the Commanding Officer, USCG Marine Safety Center, 400 Seventh Street, SW., Washington, DC 20590 for deletion or approval of...


the design and construction of marine sanitation devices. (b) Unless otherwise authorized by the Coast Guard each device for which certification under this part...


described in Sec.Sec. 159.123 and 159.125, produce an effluent having a fecal coliform bacteria count not greater than 1,000 per 100 milliliters and no visible floating...


accordance with paragraph (b) of this section with the following information: (1) The name of the manufacturer. (2) The name and model number of the device. (3)...


supplied by the manufacturer must contain directions for each of the following: (1) Installation of the device in a manner that will permit ready access to all...


is printed the operating instructions, safety precautions, and warnings pertinent to the device. The size of the letters printed on the placard must be one-eighth of an inch...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.61] [Page 526] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.61 Vents. Vents must be designed and constructed to minimize clogging by either the contents of the tank or climatic conditions such as snow or ice. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.63] [Page 526] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.63 Access to parts. Each part of the device that is required by the manufacturer's instructions to be serviced routinely must be readily accessible in the installed position of the device recommended by the manufacturer. ...


following: (a) A means of indicating the amount in the device of any chemical that is necessary for its effective operation. (b) A means of indicating when chemicals...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.67] [Page 526] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.67 Electrical component ratings. Electrical components must have current and voltage ratings equal to or greater than the maximum load they may carry. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.69] [Page 526] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.69 Motor ratings. Motors must be rated to operate at 50 C ambient temperature. ...


be installed in accordance with good marine practice. Wire must be copper and must be stranded. Electrical controls and conductors must be protected from exposure...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.73] [Page 526] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.73 Conductors. Current carrying conductors must be electrically insulated from non- current carrying metal parts. ...


the unit to protect subcomponents of the device if the manufacturer's recommended supply circuit overcurrent protection is not adequate for...


captive spade ends, must have provisions for being locked against movement from vibration, and must be marked for identification on the wiring diagram required in...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.81] [Page 527] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.81 Baffles. Baffles in sewage retention tanks, if any, must have openings to allow liquid and vapor to flow freely across the top and bottom of the tank. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.83] [Page 527] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.83 Level indicator. Each sewage retention device must have a means of indicating when the device is more than \3/4\ full by volume. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.85] [Page 527] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.85 Sewage removal. The device must be designed for efficient removal of nearly all of the liquid and solids in the sewage retention tank. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.87] [Page 527] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.87 Removal fittings. If sewage removal fittings or adapters are provided with the device, they must be of either 1\1/2\[sec] or 4[sec] nominal pipe size. ...


designed so that a momentary loss of power during operation of the device does not allow a discharge that does not meet the requirements in Sec. 159.53. [CGD 73-83, 40...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.93] [Page 527] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Design, Construction, and Testing Sec. 159.93 Independent supporting. The device must have provisions for supporting that are independent from connecting pipes. ...


as rough or sharp edges that may cause bodily injuries or that would allow toxic substances to escape to the interior of the vessel; (2) Be vented or provided with a...


approves the design and construction of devices to be certified for installation and operation on board inspected vessels on the basis of tests and reports of...


recognized facility must perform each test described in Sec.Sec. 159.103 through 159.131. The same device must be used for each test and tested in the order in which the...


any, filled with water to one-half of their volume, must be subjected to a sinusoidal vibration for a period of 12 hours, 4 hours in each of the x, y, and z planes, at the...


with water to half of their volume, must be subjected to 1,000 vertical shocks that are ten times the force of gravity (10g) and have a duration of 20-25...


any, filled with water to half of their volume, must be subjected to 100 cycles with the axis of rotation 4 feet from the centerline of the device, no more than 6 inches below...


pressure must be pressurized hydrostatically at a pressure head of 7 feet or to 150 percent of the maximum pressure specified by the manufacturer for operation of...


device with manufacturer specified venting installed must be subjected to 50 fillings of water at a pressure head of 7 feet or the maximum pressure specified by the...


60 C or higher for a period of 16 hours. (b) The device must be held at a temperature of -40 C or less for a period of 16 hours following winterization...


doubts the ability of a material to withstand exposure to the substances listed in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section a sample of the material must be tested. ...


ambient temperature of 5 C with inlet operating fluid temperature varying from 2 C to 32 C and in an ambient temperature of 50 C with inlet operating...


the manner for which it is designed when tested in accordance with this section. There must be no sewage or sewage-treating chemicals remaining on surfaces or in crevices...


coliform bacteria in 38 of 40 samples of effluent discharged from a Type I device during the test described in Sec. 159.121 must be less than 1000 per 100 milliliters when...


test (Sec. 159.121) 40 effluent samples of approximately 1 liter each shall be taken from a Type I device at the same time as samples taken in Sec. 159.123 and...


coliform bacteria in 38 of 40 samples of effluent from a Type II device during the test described in Sec. 159.121 must be 200 per 100 milliliters or less when tested...


(Sec. 159.121) 40 effluent samples must be taken at the same time as samples are taken for Sec. 159.126 and they must be analyzed for total suspended solids in accordance...


samples of flush fluid from a recirculating device must have less than 240 fecal coliform bacteria per 100 milliliters. These samples must be collected in accordance with...


are a potential ignition source in an explosive atmosphere must pass the test in paragraph (b) or (c) of this section or meet the requirements of paragraph (d) or have...


the combustion chamber is closed, must purge the combustion chamber of combustible fuel vapors before and after incineration must secure automatically if the...


accepted by the Coast Guard under 46 CFR 159.010 to perform the tests and inspections required under this part. A list of accepted laboratories is available from...


Source: 66 FR 38930, July 26, 2001, unless otherwise noted. The purpose of this subpart is to implement ``Title XIV--Certain Alaskan Cruise Ship...


This subpart applies to each cruise vessel authorized to carry 500 or more passengers operating in the waters of the Alexander Archipelago and the navigable waters of...


In this subpart: Administrator--means the Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Applicable Waters of Alaska--means the waters...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR159.307] [Page 532] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 159--MARINE SANITATION DEVICES--Table of Contents Subpart E--Discharge of Effluents in Certain Alaskan Waters by Cruise Vessel Operations Sec. 159.307 Untreated sewage. No person shall discharge any untreated sewage from a cruise vessel into the applicable waters of Alaska. ...


discharge of treated sewage or graywater. (a) No person shall discharge treated sewage or graywater from a cruise vessel into the applicable waters of Alaska unless: ...


The regulations in this subpart shall not apply to discharges made for the purpose of securing the safety of the cruise vessel or saving life at sea, provided that...


and enforcement. (a) Cruise vessels operating within the applicable waters of Alaska are subject to inspection by the Coast Guard to ensure compliance with...


discharge record book. (a) While operating in the applicable waters of Alaska each cruise vessel shall maintain, in English, a legible Sewage and...


reporting. (a) The owner, operator, master or other person in charge of a cruise vessel that discharges treated sewage and/or graywater in the applicable waters of...


total suspended solids standards. (a) Treated sewage effluent discharges. Until such time as the Administrator promulgates effluent discharge standards for...


total suspended solids standards. (a) Treated sewage effluent discharges. Until such time as the Administrator promulgates effluent discharge standards for...
...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR160.1] [Page 549] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 160--PORTS AND WATERWAYS SAFETY--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 160.1 Purpose. (a) This subchapter contains regulations implementing the Ports and Waterways Safety Act (33 U.S.C. 1221) and related statutes. ...


in any quantity that is shipped, stored, or handled without the benefit of package, label, mark or count and carried in integral or fixed independent tanks. Captain...


authority to establish safety zones. (b) Under the provisions of Sec.Sec. 6.04-1 and 6.04-6 of this chapter, District Commanders and Captains of the Ports have...


or direction issued under this subchapter may request reconsideration by the official who issued it or in whose name it was issued. This request may be made orally or in...


by District Commanders and Captains of the Ports to insure the safety of vessels and waterfront facilities, and the protection of the navigable waters and the...


(1) Vessel on the navigable waters of the United States, except as provided in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section; (2) Bridge or other structure on or in the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR160.105] [Page 551] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 160--PORTS AND WATERWAYS SAFETY--GENERAL--Table of Contents Subpart B--Control of Vessel and Facility Operations Sec. 160.105 Compliance with orders. Each person who has notice of the terms of an order issued under this subpart must comply with that order. [[Page 552]] ...


the Port, subject to recognized principles of international law, may deny entry into the navigable waters of the United States or to any port or place under the jurisdiction...


or the destruction of, any bridge or other structure on or in the navigable waters of the United States, or any land structure or shore area immediately adjacent to such waters,...


Commander or Captain of the Port may order a vessel to operate or anchor in the manner directed when: (a) The District Commander or Captain of the Port has...


(a) Each District Commander or Captain of the Port may prohibit any vessel, subject to the provisions of chapter 37 of Title 46, U.S. Code, from operating in the navigable...


Captain of the Port may request the Secretary of the Treasury, or the authorized representative thereof, to withhold or revoke the clearance required by 46 U.S.C. App. 91 of...


Source: USCG-2002-11865, 68 FR 9543, Feb. 28, 2003, unless otherwise noted. This subpart contains requirements and procedures for submitting Notices...


(a) This subpart applies to U.S. and foreign vessels bound for or departing from ports or places in the United States. (b) This subpart does not apply...


Exemptions. (a) Except for reporting notice of hazardous conditions, the following vessels are exempt from requirements in this subpart: (1) Passenger and supply...


Definitions. As used in this subpart: Agent means any person, partnership, firm, company or corporation engaged by the owner or charterer of a vessel to act in their...


Information required in an NOA. (a) Each NOA must contain all of the information items specified in Table 160.206. Table...


a submitted NOA. (a) Unless otherwise specified in this section, when submitted NOA information changes, vessels must submit a notice of change within the...


Methods for submitting an NOA. (a) Submission to the National Vessel Movement Center (NVMC). Except as provided in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section, all vessels...


submit an NOA. (a) Submission of NOA. (1) Except as set out in paragraph (a)(2) of this section, all vessels must submit NOAs within the times required in paragraph...


The Captain of the Port may waive, within that Captain of the Port's designated zone, any of the requirements of this subpart for any vessel or class of vessels...


hazardous conditions. Whenever there is a hazardous condition either aboard a vessel or caused by a vessel or its operation, the owner, agent, master, operator,...


(a) The purpose of this part is to promulgate regulations implementing and enforcing certain sections of the Ports and Waterways Safety Act (PWSA) setting up a national system...


Services (CVTS) means the system of vessel traffic management established and jointly operated by the United States and Canada within adjoining waters. In addition,...


may also apply to any vessel while underway or at anchor on the navigable waters of the United States within a VTS area, to the extent the VTS...


for ready reference a copy of these rules. Note: These rules are contained in the applicable U.S. Coast Pilot, the VTS User's Manual which may be obtained by contacting...


part, either for an extended period of time or if anticipated before the start of a transit, must be submitted in writing to the appropriate District Commander. Upon receipt...


environment, a VTS may issue advisories, or respond to vessel requests for information, on reported conditions within the VTS area, such as: (a) Hazardous conditions...


and vessel safety and to protect the marine [[Page 562]] environment, such as, but not limited to: (1) Designating temporary reporting points...


and vessel safety and to protect the marine [[Page 562]] environment, such as, but not limited to: (1) Designating temporary reporting points...
...


apply within a VTS Special Area: (a) A VTS User shall, if towing astern, do so with as short a hawser as safety and good seamanship permits. (b) A VMRS...


is a system used to monitor and track vessel movements VTS or VMRS area. This is accomplished by requiring that vessels provide information under established procedures as...


to the following vessels and VMRS Users: (a) Every power-driven vessel of 40 meters (approximately 131 feet) or more in length, while navigating; (b)...


Center or Vessel Movement Center. Published means available in a widely-distributed and publicly available medium (e.g., VTS User's Manual, ferry schedule, Notice...


provide any of the information set forth in Table 161.18(a) (IMO Standard Ship Reporting System); Table 161.18(a)--The IMO Standard Ship...


navigating a VTS area, a vessel must report the: (a) Vessel name and type; (b) Position; (c) Destination and ETA; (d) Intended route; (e) Time...


(a) Upon point of entry into a VMRS area; (b) At designated reporting points as set forth in subpart C; or (c) When directed by the Center. [CGD 90-020, 59...


an Automatic Identification System (AIS) are required to make continuous, all stations, AIS broadcasts, in lieu of voice Position Reports, to those Centers denoted in...


(a) When its ETA to a destination varies significantly from a previously reported ETA; (b) Any intention to deviate from a VTS issued measure or vessel traffic routing...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR161.22] [Page 567] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 161--VESSEL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT--Table of Contents Subpart B--Vessel Movement Reporting System Sec. 161.22 Final Report (FR). A vessel must report its name and position: (a) On arrival at its destination; or (b) When leaving a VTS area. ...


are exempted from providing Position and Final Reports due to the nature of their operation: (1) Vessels on a published schedule and route; (2) Vessels...


New York Area. Note: All geographic coordinates contained in part 161 (latitude and longitude) are expressed in North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83). ...


Louisville. The VTS area consists of the navigable waters of the Ohio River between McAlpine Locks (Mile 606.8) and Twelve Mile Island (Mile 593), only when...


Service Houston/Galveston. (a) The VTS area consists of the following major waterways and portions of connecting waterways: Galveston Bay Entrance Channel; Outer...


Service Berwick Bay. (a) The VTS area consists of the navigable waters of the following segments of waterways: the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) Morgan City to...


St. Marys River. (a) The VTS area consists of the navigable waters of the St. Marys River and lower Whitefish Bay from 4557[min] N. (De Tour Reef Light)...


San Francisco. The VTS area consists of all the navigable waters of San Francisco Bay Region south of the Mare Island Causeway Bridge and the Petaluma...


Service Puget Sound and the Cooperative Vessel Traffic Service for the Juan de Fuca Region. The Vessel Traffic Service Puget Sound area consists of the...


Service Prince William Sound. (a) The VTS area consists of the navigable waters of the United States north of a line drawn from Cape Hinchinbrook Light to...


maps or charts whose referenced horizontal datum is the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83), unless such geographic coordinates are expressly labeled NAD 83....


on the north and the southerly limit line of the special anchorage area in Manhasset Bay, west area at Manorhaven (described in Sec. 202.60 of this chapter), on the...


Bay extending for a distance of 300 feet on either side of the extended center line of Runway No. 13-31 at La Guardia Airport. (b) The regulations. (1) All...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR162.30] [Page 573] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 162--INLAND WATERWAYS NAVIGATION REGULATIONS--Table of Contents Sec. 162.30 Channel of Tuckerton Creek, N.J.; navigation. (a) Power boats or other vessels propelled by machinery shall not proceed at any time within the limits of these waters at a greater speed than 8 statute miles per hour. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR162.35] [Page 573] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 162--INLAND WATERWAYS NAVIGATION REGULATIONS--Table of Contents Sec. 162.35 Channel of Christina River, Del.; navigation. (a) That vessels of over 20 tons capacity, propelled by machinery, shall not proceed at any time within the limits of these waters at a greater speed than 8 statute miles per hour. [[Page 574]] ...


regulations in this section are applicable to that part of the inland waterway from Delaware River to Chesapeake Bay, Del. and Md., between Reedy Point, Delaware River, and...


south of St. Marks, Fla. (a) Description. This section applies to the following: (1) Waterways. All navigable waters of the United States, natural...


Atchafalaya River) from St. Marks, Fla., to the Rio Grande. (a) The regulations in this section shall apply to: (1) Waterways. All navigable waters...


between miles 311.5 AHP and 340.0 AHP. (1) No vessel or craft shall moor along either bank of the Mississippi River between miles 311.5 AHP and mile 340.0 AHP except in...


speeding is prohibited. A vessel shall reduce its speed sufficiently to prevent any damage when approaching another vessel in motion or tied up, a wharf or other...


administration, and navigation. (a) The regulations in this section shall apply to: (1) Waterways. White River between Mississippi River and...


of emergency mooring bouys. Each buoy is 10 feet in diameter with retro-reflective sides. The two buoys which comprise each pair are 585 feet apart and are located...


certain administrative supervision overreaches of the river within the limits of his district and is charged with the enforcement under his direction of emergency...


in Duluth-Superior Harbor. (b) In the Duluth Ship Canal: (1) No vessel may meet or overtake another vessel if each vessel is greater than 150 feet in length...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR162.115] [Page 581] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 162--INLAND WATERWAYS NAVIGATION REGULATIONS--Table of Contents Sec. 162.115 Keweenaw Waterway, Mich. No vessel greater than 40 feet in length may exceed 8 miles per hour between Lily Pond and Pilgrim Point. [CGD 79-151, 46 FR 7960, Jan. 26, 1981, as amended by CGD 09-00-010, 65 FR 53595, Sept. 5, 2000] ...


from 4557[min] N. (De Tour Reef Light) to the south, to 4638.7[min] N. (Ile Parisienne Light) to the north, except the waters of the St. Marys Falls Canal, and to...


Michigan City, Indiana; St. Joseph, South Haven, Saugatuck, Holland (Lake Macatawa), Grand Haven, Muskegon, White Lake, Pentwater, Ludington, Manistee, Portage Lake (Manistee...


miles per hour. (2) No vessel greater than 150 feet in length (including tug and tow combinations) may come about. (3) No vessel 65 feet or greater in length (including...


prescribe rules for vessel operation in U.S. waters connecting Lake Huron to Lake Erie (including the River Rouge) to prevent collisions and groundings, to...


each vessel required to comply with this section shall continuously monitor: (1) Channel 11 (156.55 mhz) between Lake Huron Cut Lighted Buoy 11 and Lake St. Clair Light;...


Detroit River: (1) The West Outer Channel is restricted to downbound vessels. (2) The Livingston Channel, west of Bois Blanc Island, is restricted to...


as not to swing into the channel or across steering courses. Note: There is an authorized anchorage in Canadian waters just above Fighting Island and an...


(1) Except when required for the safety of the vessel or any other vessel, vessels of 20 meters or more in length operating in normal displacement mode shall proceed at...


may drop or anchor its tows only in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 162.136. (2) A towing vessel engaged in arranging its tow shall not obstruct the navigation...


(b) In the river channel: (1) No vessel greater than 40 feet in length may exceed 6 miles per hour. (2) No vessel may use a towline exceeding 200 feet...


than 100 feet in length may exceed 12 miles per hour. (b) In Maumee River (inward of Maumee River Lighted Buoy 49(L/L No. 770)): (1) No vessel greater than 40...


miles per hour. [[Page 587]] (b) In Huron Harbor, no vessel greater than 40 feet in length may exceed 6 miles per hour, except in the outer harbor where no...


exceed 6 miles per hour. (b) In Lorain, Cleveland, Fairport, Ashtabula, and Conneaut Harbors, no vessel may exceed 6 miles per hour, except in the outer harbors, where...


in the outer harbors where no vessel may exceed 10 miles per hour. Note: The Corps of Engineers also has regulations dealing with these areas in 33 CFR...


Note: The Corps of Engineers also has regulations dealing with these areas in 33 CFR Part 207. [CGD 79-151, 46 FR 7960, Jan....


extending seaward from the shoreline a distance of about 5 nautical miles (normal to the shoreline) and basically outlined...


breakwater and the most seaward 1,000 feet of the entrance channel between the north and south jetties, and basically outlined...


between Suisun Bay and the easterly end of the channel at Stockton; use, administration and navigation--(1) Maximum speed. The maximum speed for all ocean-going craft...


Service, Department of Agriculture. The waters of Lake Tahoe shoreward of a line described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the high waterline with the...


a line described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the high waterline with a line projected in a general southerly direction 200 feet from a point lying 310 feet...


areas. That portion of Lake Mead extending 700 feet upstream of the axis of Hoover Dam and that portion of Lake Mohave (Colorado River) extending 4,500 feet downstream of...


Thirteenth Coast Guard District, has certain administrative supervision over the Columbia and Willamette Rivers, and is charged with the enforcement under...


River between Grand Coulee Dam (situated at river mile 596.6) and river mile 593.7. (2) The regulations. (i) No vessel shall enter or navigate within the area...


to which regulations apply. The ``canal grounds'' when used in this paragraph shall mean that area between the south end of the jetties in Oak Bay and the northerly end...


Revillagigedo Channel and Guard Island in Clarence Strait. (b) No vessel, except for public law enforcement and emergency response vessels, floatplanes during...


width of 150 feet, beginning at a point directly offshore from the centerline of the city dock and extending about 2,200 feet upstream to a point 200 feet upstream from...


its head to its entrance from Chatham Strait. (b) Speed. The speed of all vessels of 5 tons or more gross, ships register, shall not exceed 3 miles per hour either in...


the entire body of water between Wrangell Narrows North Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy 63 and Midway Rock Light. [[Page 594]] (2) The term ``raft...


improving the channel shall not have a speed greater than 4 miles an hour, and the propelling machinery shall be stopped when crossing the lines to the dredge anchors. ...


govern the use and navigation of waters in the vicinity of the following [[Page 595]] National Defense Reserve Fleets of the Maritime Administration, Department...


Great Lakes and their connecting and tributary waters as far east as Montreal, the Red River of the North, the Mississippi River and its tributaries above Huey P. Long...


limited in length to five vessels, including the towing vessel or vessels. [CGFR 60-61, 25 FR 9045, Sept. 21, 1960. Redesignated by CGD 81-017, 46 FR 28154, May...


must be bunched above a line drawn between Robbins Reef Light and Owls Head, Brooklyn, but the quarantine anchorage and the north entrance to Ambrose Channel shall be...


more gross tons (except as provided in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section, or for foreign vessels described in Sec. 164.02) when it is operating in the navigable waters of...


164.39) does not apply to vessels that: (1) Are not destined for, or departing from, a port or place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States; and (2)...


the Federal Register under 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. To enforce any edition other than that specified in paragraph (b) of this section, the Coast Guard must...


(a) The wheelhouse is constantly manned by persons who: (1) Direct and control the movement of the vessel; and (2) Fix the vessel's position; (b) Each person performing...


barge combinations, constructed or adapted primarily to carry oil or hazardous material in bulk in the cargo spaces and inspected and certificated as a tanker. (b)...


ports must be such that the field of vision from the navigation bridge conforms as closely as possible to the following requirements: (1) From the conning position, the...


(a) A proper anchor watch is maintained; (b) Procedures are followed to detect a dragging anchor; and (c) Whenever weather, tide, or current conditions are likely to cause...


a vessel to enter into or get underway on the navigable waters of the United States unless no more than 12 hours before entering or getting underway, the following equipment...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR164.30] [Page 601] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 164--NAVIGATION SAFETY REGULATIONS--Table of Contents Sec. 164.30 Charts, publications, and equipment: General. No person may operate or cause the operation of a vessel unless the vessel has the marine charts, publications, and equipment as required by Sec.Sec. 164.33 through 164.41 of this part. [CGD 82-055, 48 FR 44535, Sept. 29, 1983] ...


the National Ocean Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, or a river authority that-- (i) Are of a large enough scale and have enough detail to make safe navigation of...


(b) An illuminated magnetic steering compass, mounted in a binnacle, that can be read at the vessel's main steering stand. (c) A current magnetic compass deviation table or graph...


system under Sec. 164.35(a), a second marine radar system that operates independently of the first. Note: Independent operation means two completely separate systems,...


quantity that is shipped, stored, or handled without benefit of package, label, mark or count and carried in integral or fixed independent tanks. Constructed means a stage...


that-- (1) Transfers oil at a port or place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States; or (2) Otherwise enters or operates in the navigable waters of...


164.38 of this part must be fitted with a device to indicate speed and distance of the vessel either through the water or over the ground. (b) The device must meet...


Cape Prince of Wales, except each vessel owned or bareboat chartered and operated by the United States, or by a state or its political subdivision, or by a foreign nation, and...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR164.42] [Page 610] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 164--NAVIGATION SAFETY REGULATIONS--Table of Contents Sec. 164.42 Rate of turn indicator. Each vessel of 100,000 gross tons or more constructed on or after September 1, 1984 shall be fitted with a rate of turn indicator. [CGD 83-004, 49 FR 43468, Oct. 29, 1984] ...


position reports to a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) under Sec. 165.1704 of this subchapter must do so by an installed Automatic Identification System...


IMO Resolution MSC.74(69), ITU-R Recommendation M.1371-1, and IEC 61993-2, and that is installed using IMO SN/Circ.277 (Incorporated by reference, see Sec. 164.03) as of the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR164.51] [Page 611] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 164--NAVIGATION SAFETY REGULATIONS--Table of Contents Sec. 164.51 Deviations from rules: Emergency. Except for the requirements of Sec. 164.53(b), in an emergency, any person may deviate from any rule in this part to the extent necessary to avoid endangering persons, property, or the environment. [CGD 74-77, 42 FR 5956, Jan. 31, 1977] ...


the person directing the movement of the vessel may continue to the next port of call, subject to the directions of the District Commander or the Captain of the...


from any rule in this part if he determines that the deviation does not impair the safe navigation of the vessel under anticipated conditions and will not result in...


master or person in charge of the vessel shall: (a) Ensure compliance with 46 CFR Subpart 4.05, ``Notice of Marine Casualty and Voyage Records;'' and (b) Ensure that...


a publication, chart, or map required by Sec. 164.72. Currently corrected edition means a current or previous edition of a publication required by Sec. 164.72,...


each towing vessel must be equipped with the following navigational-safety equipment: (1) Marine Radar. By August 2, 1997, a marine radar that meets the...


that the strength of each towline is adequate for its intended service, considering at least the following factors: (1) The size and material of each towline must be-- ...


pushing ahead shall ensure that the face wires, spring lines, and push gear used-- (a) Are appropriate for the vessel's horsepower; (b) Are appropriate for...


and controlling the movement of the vessel-- (1) Understands the arrangement of the tow and the effects of maneuvering on the vessel towing and on the vessel,...


for the area to be transited; (7) Proceeds at a safe speed taking into account the weather, visibility, density of traffic, draft of tow, possibility of wake damage,...


tests and inspections of gear occur before the vessel embarks on a voyage of more than 24 hours or when each new master or operator assumes command: (1)...


(1) through (4) of Sec. 164.01 are [[Page 618]] exempt from the voyage-planning requirements outlined in this section. If any part of a towing...


the navigational-safety equipment required by Sec. 164.72. (b) Failure. If any of the navigational-safety equipment required by Sec. 164.72 fails during a voyage,...


(a) Prescribe procedures for establishing different types of limited or controlled access areas and regulated navigation areas; (b) Prescribe general regulations...


or regulated navigation area may be established on the initiative of any authorized Coast Guard official. (b) Any person may request that a safety zone, security zone,...


areas and regulated navigation areas is considered rulemaking. The procedures used to notify persons of the establishment of these areas vary depending upon...


terms of latitude or longitude, or both, are not intended for plotting on maps or charts whose referenced horizontal datum is the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD...


A regulated navigation area is a water area within a defined boundary [[Page 624]] for which regulations for vessels navigating within the area have been...


Each District Commander may control vessel traffic in an area which is determined to have hazardous conditions, by issuing regulations: (a) Specifying times of vessel...


a vessel in a regulated navigation area shall operate the vessel in accordance with the regulations contained in Subpart F. (b) No person may cause or authorize the operation...


shore area, or water and shore area to which, for safety or environmental purposes, access is limited to authorized persons, vehicles, or vessels. It may be stationary...


this part: (a) No person may enter a safety zone unless authorized by the COTP or the District Commander; (b) No person may bring or cause to be brought into a safety...


area of land, water, or land and water which is so designated by the Captain of the Port or District Commander for such time as is necessary to prevent damage or injury to any...


in the special regulations in Subpart F of this part: (a) No person or vessel may enter or remain in a security zone without the permission of the Captain of the...


may direct the COTP to prevent access to waterfront facilities, and port and harbor areas, including vessels and harbor craft therein. This section may apply to persons who...


Transits, Portland, Maine, Captain of the Port Zone. First Coast Guard District (a) Definition. ``Escorted vessel'' as used in...


waters within the First Coast Guard District. (a) Regulated navigation area. All navigable waters of the United States, as that term is used in 33 CFR...


(a) The following is a regulated navigation area--Waters within the boundaries of a line beginning at 4304[min]50[sec]N, 7044[min]52[sec]W; then...


ME. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: From point of land located on Cape Arundel at latitude 4320.4[min] North,...


Iron Works, Kennebec River, Bath, Maine. (a) Location. The following is a safety zone: all waters of the Kennebec River within a 150-yard radius of the Bath Iron Works...


Portland, Maine, Captain of the Port Zone. (a) Definition. ``Passenger vessel'' as used in this section means a passenger vessel over 100 gross tons authorized...


Plant, Seabrook, New Hampshire. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: All land and waters within 250 yards of the waterside property boundary of...


Natural Gas Carrier Transits and Anchorage Operations, Boston, Massachusetts. (a) Definition. For purposes of this section, navigable waters of the United...


(a) The following areas are established as safety zones during the conditions specified: (1) Around the U.S.S. Constitution or any accompanying...


Massachusetts. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: Around the USS CASSIN YOUNG (DD-793) and any accompanying parade vessels when the USS CASSIN...


International Airport, Boston, MA (a) Location. The permanent security zone consists of four sectors that may be activated in part, or in whole, upon...


Harbor, Massachusetts. (a) Location. The following waters within the Boston Captain of the Port Zone, 1000 yards ahead and astern, and 100 yards on...


Nuclear Power Plant, Plymouth, Massachusetts. (a) Location. All waters of Cape Cod Bay and land adjacent to those waters enclosed by a line beginning at...


Boston Harbors, Massachusetts. (a) Location. The following areas are permanent safety and security zones: (1) Reserved Channel, Boston Harbor. All waters...


Inner Harbor, Boston, MA. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: The waters of the Chelsea River, Boston Inner Harbor, for 100 yards upstream...


Vessels, Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. (a) Location. (1) All waters of Rhode Island Sound within a \1/2\ mile radius of any high interest vessel while the...


regulated navigation area. (a) Description of the regulated navigation area (RNA). The Regulated Navigation Area (RNA) encompasses the deep draft channel...


(a) Naval Ammunition Depot Piers. The waters within the following boundaries are a security zone--A line beginning on the shore at...


(a) Security zones: (1) Security zone A. The waters of the Thames River west of the Electric Boat Division Shipyard enclosed by a line beginning at a...


Boon Island, ME. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: All waters of the Atlantic Ocean within a 1,000 yard radius of the stern section of the...


Mill River. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area: The waters surrounding the Tomlinson Bridge located within a line [[Page...


annual fireworks displays. (a) Safety Zones. The following areas are designated safety zones. All coordinates references 1983 North American Datum (NAD83). (1)...


Long Island Sound Marine Inspection and Captain of the Port Zone. (a) Regulated navigation area location. All waters of the Long Island Sound Marine Inspection...


Island Sound Marine Inspection Zone and Captain of the Port Zone. (a) Safety and security zones. The following are established as safety and security zones: ...


Riverhead, Long Island, New York-- safety zone. (a) The following area is established as a safety zone during the specified condition: (1) The...


New York annual fireworks displays. (a) Safety zones. The following areas are designated safety zones: (1) North Hempstead, NY, fireworks, Hempstead Harbor: ...


Hudson River, New York. (a) Regulated area. The following area is a safety zone: All waters of the Lower Hudson River south of a line drawn from the northwest...


Jersey Fleet Week. (a) The following areas are established as safety zones: (1) Safety Zone A--(i) Location. A moving safety zone for the Parade of Ships...


and United Nations Meetings, New York, NY. (a) The following areas are established as security zones: (1) Location. Wall Street heliport: All waters of...


Kull Channel, Newark Bay Channel, South Elizabeth Channel, Elizabeth Channel, Port Newark Channel and New Jersey Pierhead Channel, New York and New Jersey. ...


East River, NY. (a) Regulated Area. The following area is a safety zone: All waters of the East River east of a line drawn from the Fireboat Station Pier,...


Manhattan, NY. (a) Location. The waters of the East River enclosed by the following boundaries are established as a safety zone: beginning on the Manhattan...


Long Island Sound, East River, and Hudson River Fireworks. (a) New York Harbor. Figure 1 of this section displays the safety zone areas in paragraphs...


York Marine Inspection Zone and Captain of the Port Zone. (a) Safety and security zones. The following waters within the New York Marine Inspection Zone and Captain of...


Hudson River, NY. (a) Regulated area. The following area is a safety zone: All waters of the Hudson River, in the vicinity of Ulster Landing, bound by the...


Hope Creek Generation Stations, Delaware River, Salem County, New Jersey. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: the waters of the Delaware River in...


Station, Schuylkill River, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: the waters of the Schuylkill River in...


Generation Station, Forked River, Ocean County, New Jersey. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: starting at the south branch of the Forked River in...


Atomic Power Station, Susquehanna River, York County, Pennsylvania. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: the waters of the Susquehanna River in...


Generating Station, Susquehanna River, York County, Pennsylvania. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: the waters of the Susquehanna River in...


Roads, VA and adjacent waters--Regulated Navigation Area. (a) Location. The waters enclosed by the shoreline and the following lines are a Regulated...


zone. (a) The waters and waterfront facilities located within the following boundaries constitute a safety zone effective when an LNG (Liquefield...


Dry Dock Company Shipyard, James River, Newport News, Va. (a) Location. The following is a security zone: The waters of the James River encompassed by a line beginning...


Power Plant, Chesapeake Bay, Calvert County, Maryland. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: All waters of the Chesapeake Bay, from surface to...


Christina River and Schuylkill River-Regulated Navigation Area. (a) Regulated Navigation Area. The following is a Regulated Navigation Area: The navigable waters...


and connecting waters, vicinity of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: All waters of the...


North Carolina. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: (1) The waters of the Cape Fear River bounded by a line connecting the...


Fear Rivers, NC. (a) Location. The following area is a moving safety zone during the specified conditions: The waters of the Cape Fear and Northeast Cape...


Fear River, Northeast Cape Fear River, Wilmington, North Carolina. (a) Description of the Regulated Navigation Area (RNA). The RNA encompasses all waters of the Cape...


and territorial seas adjacent to the Florida peninsula. (a) Location. The following area is established as a security zone: All U.S. internal waters...


Everglades Harbor, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (a) Location. The following area in the vicinity of Port Everglades Harbor is a regulated navigation area: all waters...


Cooper River, South Carolina. (a) Regulated area. (1) A temporary fixed security zone is established for the waters around the Highway 17 bridges, to...


Island, Florida-- security zone. (a) The water, land, and land and water within the following boundaries are a security zone--The perimeter of the Cape...


(a) A floating safety zone is established consisting of an area 1000 yards fore and aft of a loaded anhydrous ammonia vessel and the width of the channel in...


(a) A floating safety zone is established consisting of an area 1000 yards fore and aft of a loaded Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) vessel and the width of the channel...


Savannah, Georgia. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: Two hundred foot radius around Garden City Terminal, approximate position 32 degrees 8 minutes,...


(a) Security Zone A--East (Trident) Basin, Port Canaveral Harbor, at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Brevard County, Florida. All waters of the East...


and Cooper River, Charleston, SC. (a) Regulated area. The following boundaries are established as a safety and security zone during specified conditions: ...


Lauderdale, FL. (a) Regulated Area. A moving safety zone is established in the following area: (1) The waters around naval aircraft carriers entering...


Charleston, SC. (a) Location. The following area is a Regulated Navigation Area: A trapezoid at the water surface, and the entire water column from surface...


River, Jacksonville, FL. (a) Location. The water and the land within the following boundaries are established as a safety and security zone during...


FL. (a) Location. The following area is established as a safety zone during the specified conditions: The waters within a 500 yard radius of the fireworks...


Florida. (a) Location. The water located within the following area is established as a security zone: beginning at the shoreline of the St. Johns River at...


River, Miami, Florida. (a) Location. The following are Regulated Navigation Areas: (1) All the waters of the Miami River, Miami, Florida, from the Brickell...


(a) The water, land, and land and water within the following boundaries are established as safety zones during the specified conditions: (1) Zone A. 200 yards...


(a) The water, land, and land and water within the following boundaries are established as security zones during the specified conditions: (1)...


area. Vessels transiting in the water bounded by the line connecting the following points must travel no faster than needed for steerageway: Latitude...


Georgia and St. Marys River Entrance Channel. (a) Location. A permanent safety/security zone is established within the following coordinates, the area enclosed...


of Sydney Lanier Bridge. Except during the flood tide, every vessel over 500 GRT departing the Port of Brunswick for sea shall do so only from the Turtle River,...


area. (a) A regulated navigation area is established to protect vessels from limited water depth in Sparkman Channel caused by an underwater...


Bay, Florida. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area (RNA): All the navigable waters of Tampa Bay, Hillsborough Bay and Old Tampa Bay, including all...


Juan, PR. (a) Regulated Area. A moving safety zone is established in the following area: (1) The waters around Liquefied Petroleum Gas ships entering San...


(a) The following area is established as a safety zone during the specified conditions: (1) A 100 yard radius surrounding a vessel carrying Liquefied...


River, Georgia. (a) Regulated Navigation Area (RNA). The Savannah River between Fort Jackson (3204.93[min] N, 08102.19[min] W) and the Savannah...


and Guayanilla, Puerto Rico and Limetree Bay, St. Croix, U.S.V.I. (a) Location. The following areas are established as a safety zones during the...


(a) Location. Moving and fixed security zones are established 50 yards around all cruise ships entering, departing, moored or anchored in the Port of San Juan,...


and Canaveral, Florida. (a) Regulated area. Moving security zones are established 100 yards around all tank vessels, cruise ships, and...


Port Everglades, Port of Miami, and Port of Key West, Florida. (a) Location. The following areas are security zones: (1) Fixed and moving security zones...


Virgin Islands. (a) Location. Moving and fixed security zones are established 50 yards [[Page 686]] around all cruise ships entering, departing, moored...


Requirements for Barges Loaded with Certain Dangerous Cargoes, Inland Rivers, Eighth Coast Guard District. (a) Regulated Navigation Area....


Refinery, Pascagoula, Mississippi. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: all waters of Bayou Casotte east of a line drawn from...


Old River Control Structure--Safety Zone. (a) The area enclosed by the following boundary is a safety zone-- from the Black Hawk Point Light, mile 316.1 AHP LMR to...


area. The following is a Regulated Navigation Area--The waters of the Mississippi River between miles 88 and 240 above Head of Passes. (a) Definitions. As...


and fleeting of vessels--safety zone. (a) The following is a safety zone: (1) The west and northwest shores of Snake Island; (2) The Turning Basin west...


Calcasieu River, Lake Charles, LA. (a) The waters and waterfront facility located within the area described by the following boundaries constitutes a...


area. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area--The Sabine Neches Waterway which includes the following waters: Sabine Pass Channel, Port...


area. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area--The Calcasieu River from the Calcasieu jetties up to and including the Port of Lake Charles. ...


Christi, TX, safety zone. (a) The following areas are established as safety zones during specified conditions: (1) For incoming tank vessels loaded with...


Point Comfort, TX and Port of Corpus Christi Inner Harbor, Corpus Christi, TX. (a) Location. The following areas are designated as a security zone: ...


area. (a) Purpose and applicability. This section prescribes rules for all vessels operating in the Lower Mississippi River below mile 233.9 above Head...


LA-regulated navigation area. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area: the waters of the Atchafalaya River in Berwick Bay bounded on the northside from...


Southwest Pass Sea Buoy to Mile Marker 96.0, New Orleans, LA. (a) Location. Within the Lower Mississippi River and Southwest Pass, moving security zones...


Galveston, TX. (a) Location. Within the Ports of Houston and Galveston, Texas, moving security zones are established encompassing all waters within 500 yards of...


Port Houston-Galveston Zone. (a) Location. The following areas are designated as security zones: (1) Houston, Texas. The Houston Ship Channel and all associated...


navigation area. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area: The waters of the Ohio River from the Clark Memorial (Highway) Bridge at Mile 603.5, downstream...


Little Rock Arkansas-- regulated navigation area. (a) Location. The following is a regulated navigation area (RNA): The waters of the Arkansas River between mile...


to 35.1, Shippingport, Pennsylvania. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: The waters of the Ohio River, extending 200 feet from the shoreline of the...


navigation area. (a) Location. The following is a regulated navigation area (RNA)-- The waters of the Ohio River between mile 466.0 and mile 473.0. (b)...


to 119.8, Natrium, WV. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: the waters of the Ohio River extending 200 feet from the water's edge of the left...


Port St. Louis, Missouri. (a) Location. The following areas are security zones: (1) Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Station Security Zone, Fort Calhoun, Nebraska--all...


Requirements for Barges Loaded with Certain Dangerous Cargoes, Illinois Waterway System Within the Ninth Coast Guard District. (a)...


Plaines River, Joliet, Illinois. (a) Regulated navigation area. The following waters are a Regulated Navigation Area (RNA): All portions of the Des Plaines River...


(a) Lake Huron. The following are regulated navigation areas: (1) The waters of Lake Huron known as South Channel between Bois Blanc Island and...


York--safety zone. (a) The following is a safety zone--The United States waters of the Niagara River from the crest of the American and Horseshoe Falls, Niagara...


Old River, Cleveland, OH. (a) Location. The waters of the Cuyahoga River and the Old River extending ten feet into the river at the following eleven locations,...


Burnham Park Harbor--Safety and Security Zone. (a) Location. All waters, waterfront facilities, and shoreline areas within 1000 yards of the shoreline surrounding...


St. Louis River. (a) The following areas of the St. Louis River, within the designated [[Page 710]] boxes of latitude and longitude, are safety zones: ...


Cleveland, OH-- regulated navigation areas. (a) Restricted Areas. The following are areas inside Cleveland Harbor which are subject to navigational...


in the Captain of the Port Detroit Zone. (a) Safety Zones. The following areas are designated safety zones: (1) Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival, New...


in the Captain of the Port Milwaukee Zone. (a) Safety zones. The following areas are designated safety zones: (1) Pridefest Fireworks--Milwaukee, WI. ...


Port Chicago, Zone, Lake Michigan. (a) Security zones. The following areas, defined by coordinates based upon North American Datum 1983, are security zones: (1)...


Buffalo Zone. (a) Location. The following are security zones: (1) Nine Mile Point and Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plants. The navigable waters of Lake Ontario bounded...


(a) Location: The following area is a security zone: all navigable waters of Lake Erie bounded by a line drawn between the following coordinates beginning at...


Port Toledo Zone, Lake Erie. (a) Security zones. The following areas are security zones: (1) Enrico Fermi 2 Nuclear Power Station. All waters and adjacent...


Milwaukee Zone, Lake Michigan. (a) Location. The following are security zones: (1) Kewaunee. All navigable waters of Western Lake Michigan encompassed by a...


Lawrence River, Wellesley Island, New York. (a) Location. The following area is safety zone: all waters and adjacent shoreline encompassed by the arc of a circle with...


in the Captain of the Port Chicago Zone. (a) Safety zones. The following areas are designated safety zones: (1) Evanston Fourth of July...


San Francisco Bay and Delta ports, California. (a) Definition. ``High Interest Vessel'' or ``HIV'' as used in this section, means any vessel deemed by...


Bridge and the San Francisco- Oakland Bay Bridge, San Francisco Bay, California. (a) Location. All waters extending from the surface to the sea floor, 25 yards...


China Basin, San Francisco Bay, California. (a) Location. One hundred yards to either side of the Fourth Street Bridge, encompassing the navigable waters,...


CA. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: The water area within Naval Station, San Diego enclosed by the following points: Beginning...


(a) Location. The following area is a security zone: The water area adjacent to the Naval Ocean Systems Center, San Diego, California, and the Naval...


CA. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: The water adjacent to the Naval Submarine Base, San Diego, commencing on a point on the shoreline of...


(a) Location. The following area is a security zone: on the waters along the northern shoreline of Naval Base Coronado, the area enclosed by the following...


(a) Location. (1) The following area is a security zone: The water area adjacent to Naval Air Station North Island, Coronado, California, and within 100 yards...


(a) The waters of San Diego Bay enclosed by the following boundaries are a safety zone: From a point located on the boundary of Coast Guard Air Station...


(a) Location. The area encompassed by the following geographic coordinates is a regulated navigation area: 3241[min]24.6[sec]N...


of San Diego, California. (a) Definition. ``Cruise ship'' as used in this section means a passenger vessel, except for a ferry, 100 gross tons or more, authorized...


San Diego, CA. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: the waters of San Diego Bay, enclosed by lines connecting the following points: Beginning...


Industrial Pier, San Diego, CA. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: the waters of San Diego Bay extending approximately 100 feet from the north, west,...


Clemente Island, California. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: The water area adjacent to San Clemente Island, California within 1.5 nautical miles...


gas tank vessels, San Pedro Bay, California. (a) Definition. ``Liquefied Hazardous Gas'' as used in this section means a liquid containing one or more of...


area. (a) Applicability. This section applies to all vessels unless otherwise specified. (Note: All geographic coordinates are defined using...


Pedro Bay, California. (a) Definition. ``Cruise ship'' as used in this section means a passenger vessel, except for a ferry, over 100 feet in length, authorized...


Power Plant, Avila Beach, California. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: all waters of the Pacific Ocean, from surface to bottom, within a 2,000...


River--Regulated Navigation Area. (a) Location. The following is a regulated navigation area: (1) In the water area of Copper Canyon, Lake Havasu,...


navigation area. (a) Applicability. This section applies to all ressels unless otherwise specified. (b) Deviations. The Captain of the Port,...


San Pablo Bay, Carquinez Strait, and Suisun Bay, CA. (a) Regulated area. The following area is established as a moving safety/security zone: (1) All...


Tank Vessels, San Francisco Bay and Delta ports, California. (a) Definition. ``Cruise ship'' as used in this section means a passenger vessel, except for a ferry,...


fireworks events. (a) General. Safety zones are established for the events listed in Table 1 of this section. Further information on exact dates, times,...


Large Passenger Vessel Protection, Puget Sound and adjacent waters, Washington. (a) The following definitions apply to this section: (1) Federal Law...


Large Passenger Vessel Protection, Portland, OR (a) The following definitions apply to this section: Federal Law Enforcement Officer means any employee or agent...


in Northwestern Washington-- Regulated Navigation Area. The following is a regulated navigation area--All of the following northwestern Washington waters under...


WA. (a) Location. The following is a security zone: The waters of the Hood Canal encompassed by a line commencing on the east shore of Hood Canal at...


navigation area. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area: the waters of the United States east of a line extending from Discovery Island Light to...


(a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: All waters of Bellingham Bay, Washington, bounded by a circle with a radius of 1000 yards centered on the...


(a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: All portions of Commencement Bay bounded by the following coordinates: Latitude 4717[min]34[sec] N,...


(a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: All portions of the waters of Lake Union bounded by the following coordinates: Latitude 4738[min]32[sec] N,...


(a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: All portions of Elliott Bay bounded by the following coordinates: Latitude 4737[min]22[dprime] N,...


(a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: All waters of the Columbia River at Vancouver, Washington, bounded by a line commencing at the northern base of...


(a) Regulated area. A regulated navigation area is established on that portion of Eagle Harbor bounded by a line beginning at: 4736[min]56[sec]...


coastal waters of Northwest Washington; Makah Whale Hunting--Regulated Navigation Area. (a) The following area is a Regulated Navigation Area (RNA):...


WA. (a) Regulated area. A regulated navigation area is established on that portion of Commencement Bay bounded by a line beginning at:...


on Willamette River. (a) Location. The following area is a security zone: All waters of the Willamette River, from surface to bottom, encompassed by the Hawthorne...


ship protection, Puget Sound and adjacent waters, Washington (a) Notice of enforcement or suspension of enforcement. The tank ship security zone established by...


Display, Columbia River, Vancouver, Washington. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: All waters of the Columbia River at Vancouver,...


in the Captain of the Port Portland Zone. (a) Safety zones. The following areas are designated safety zones: (1) Cinco de Mayo Fireworks Display,...


(a) The following is designated as Safety Zone A--The waters of the Pacific Ocean and Apra Outer Harbor encompassed within an arc of 725 yards radius centered at...


area. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area--The waters of the Pacific Ocean and Apra Outer Harbor enclosed by a line beginning at...


Marianas Islands. (a) Location. The following is designated as a security zone: The waters of the Pacific Ocean off Tinian between...


(a) The following is designated as Security Zone C--The waters of Apra Outer Harbor, Guam surrounding Naval Mooring Buoy No. 702 (Located at 1327[min]30.1[sec]N...


Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands, Island of Kauai, Hawaii. (a) Location. The following area is established as a safety zone during launch operations at PMRF,...


and Kauai, HI. (a) Location. The following areas, from the surface of the water to the ocean floor, are security zones: (1) All waters of Honolulu Harbor...


Marine Highway System Vessel Security Zone, Western Alaska, Captain of the Port Zone. (a) The following definitions apply to this section: Alaska...


Marine Highway System High Capacity Passenger Vessel Security Zone, Southeast Alaska, Captain of the Port Zone. (a) The following definitions apply...


The waters within the following boundaries are a safety zone--The area within 200 yards of any waterfront facility at the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Valdez...


(a) The waters within the following boundaries are a safety zone: A line beginning at the Standard Oil Company Pier West Light (LLNR 3217), located...


(a) Location. The waters within the following boundaries is a safety zone--the area within a radius of 1330 yards of Ammunition Island, centered on...


area. (a) The following is a regulated navigation area: The navigable waters of the United States north of a line drawn from Cape Hinchinbrook...


(a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: the waters in Juneau Harbor within a 300 yard radius of the vessel or waterfront facility located...


Zone. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: the waters in Tongass Narrows within a 300 yard radius of the barge located at 5520[min]32[sec]...


Gas Tanker Transits and Operations at Phillips Petroleum LNG Pier, Cook Inlet, AK. (a) Location. The following areas are established as security zones during...


633; 49 CFR 1.45. Source: LANT AREA-02-001, 67 FR 31960, May 13, 2002, unless otherwise noted. This subpart establishes the geographic parameters of...


to this subpart: Atlantic Area means that area described in 33 CFR 3.04-1 Atlantic Area. Large U.S. naval vessel means any U.S. naval vessel greater than...


Any Coast Guard commissioned, warrant or petty officer may enforce the rules and regulations contained in this subpart. (b) Senior naval officer present in command. In...


to any vessel or person in the navigable waters of the United States within the boundaries of the U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Area, which includes the...


to any vessel or person in the navigable waters of the United States within the boundaries of the U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area, which includes the Eleventh,...


safety fairways and fairway anchorages to provide unobstructed approaches for vessels using U.S. ports. [CGD 81-80a, 48 FR 30110, June...


longitude, or both, are not intended for plotting on maps or charts whose referenced horizontal datum is the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83), unless such...


which no artificial island or fixed structure, whether temporary or permanent, will be permitted. Temporary underwater obstacles may be permitted under certain conditions...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR166.110] [Page 762] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 166--SHIPPING SAFETY FAIRWAYS--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 166.110 Modification of areas. Fairways and fairway anchorages are subject to modification in accordance with 33 U.S.C. 1223(c); 92 Stat. 1473. [CGD 81-80a, 48 FR 30110, June 30, 1983] ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR166.110] [Page 762] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 166--SHIPPING SAFETY FAIRWAYS--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 166.110 Modification of areas. Fairways and fairway anchorages are subject to modification in accordance with 33 U.S.C. 1223(c); 92 Stat. 1473. [CGD 81-80a, 48 FR 30110, June 30, 1983] ...
...


described in this section are established to control the erection of structures therein to provide safe vessel routes along the coast of California. (b) Designated...


described in this section, are established to control the erection of structures therein to provide safe vessel routes along the coast of Alaska. (b) Designated Areas....


in this section are established to control the erection of structures therein to provide safe vessel routes along the Atlantic Coast. (b) Designated Areas. (1) Off...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR167.1] [Page 775] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 167--OFFSHORE TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMES--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 167.1 Purpose. The purpose of the regulations in this part is to establish and designate traffic separation schemes and precautionary areas to provide access routes for vessels proceeding to and from U.S. ports. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR167.3] [Page 775] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 167--OFFSHORE TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMES--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 167.3 Geographic coordinates. Geographic coordinates are defined using North American 1927 Datum (NAD 27) unless indicated otherwise. [CGD 90-039, 59 FR 21937, Apr. 28, 1994] ...


area within defined limits in which either navigation is particularly hazardous or it is exceptionally important to avoid casualties and which should be avoided by all ships...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR167.10] [Page 775] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 167--OFFSHORE TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMES--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 167.10 Operating rules. The operator of a vessel in a TSS shall comply with Rule 10 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972, as amended. ...


described in this Part may be permanently amended in accordance with 33 U.S.C. 1223 (92 Stat. 1473), and with international agreements. (b) A traffic...


Traffic Separation Scheme: General. Atlantic East Coast Source: CGD 84-004, 52 FR 33589, Sept. 4, 1987, unless...


Precautionary areas. (a) A circular precautionary area with a radius of seven miles is established centered upon Ambrose Light in geographical position...


Eastern approach, off Nantucket. (a) A separation zone is established bounded by a line connecting the following...


York: Eastern approach, off Ambrose Light. (a) A separation zone is established bounded by a line connecting the following geographical...


South-eastern approach. (a) A separation zone is established bounded by a line connecting the following geographical positions: Latitude...


Southern approach. (a) A separation zone is established bounded by a line connecting the following...


Approach Traffic Separation Scheme: General. The Off Delaware Bay Approach Traffic Separation Scheme consists of four parts: an Eastern Approach, a Southeastern...


Bay: Eastern approach. (a) A separation zone is established bounded by a line connecting the following geographic...


Southeastern approach. (a) A separation zone is established bounded by a line connecting the following...


Two-Way Traffic Route. The Two-Way Traffic Route is recommended for use predominantly by tug and tow traffic transiting to and from the northeast in order...


Precautionary area. A precautionary area is established as follows: from 3842.80[min]N, 7458.90[min]W; then northerly by an arc of eight nautical...


to Chesapeake Bay Traffic Separation Scheme: General. (a) The traffic separation scheme in the approaches to Chesapeake Bay consists of three parts: a...


to Chesapeake Bay: Precautionary area. A precautionary area is established bounded by a circle with a two- mile radius, centered on the following...


to Chesapeake Bay: Eastern approach. (a) A separation line is established connecting the following geographic positions: Latitude...


approaches to Chesapeake Bay: Southern approach. (a) An inbound traffic lane is established between separation lines running through the following...


to Galveston Bay Traffic Separation Scheme and precautionary areas. (a) An inshore precautionary area bounded by a line connecting the following...


Traffic Separation Scheme: General. The Off San Francisco Traffic Separation Scheme consists of six parts: a Precautionary Area, a Northern Approach, a Southern...


Francisco: Precautionary area. (a)(1) A precautionary area is established bounded to the west by an arc of a circle with a radius of 6 miles centering upon...


Northern approach. (a) A separation zone is bounded by a line connecting the following...


Southern approach. (a) A separation zone is bounded by a line connecting the following...


Western approach. (a) A separation zone is bounded by a line connecting the following...


Francisco: Main ship channel. (a) A separation line connects the following...


Area to be avoided. A circular area to be avoided, with a radius of half of a nautical mile, is centered upon...


Barbara Channel Traffic Separation Scheme: General. The Traffic Separation Scheme in the Santa Barbara Channel is described in Sec.Sec. 167.451 and 167.452. The...


Barbara Channel: Between Point Vicente and Point Conception. (a) A separation zone is bounded by a line connecting the following...


Barbara Channel: Between Point Conception and Point Arguello. (a) A separation zone is bounded by a line connecting the following...


to Los Angeles-Long Beach Traffic Separation Scheme: General. The Traffic Separation Scheme in the approaches to Los Angeles-Long Beach consists of three parts:...


approaches to Los Angeles/Long Beach: Precautionary area. (a) The precautionary area consists of the water area enclosed by the Los Angeles-Long Beach breakwater and a...


to Los Angeles-Long Beach: Western approach. (a) A separation zone is bounded by a line connecting the following...


to Los Angeles-Long Beach TSS: Southern approach. (a) A separation zone is established bounded by a line connecting the following...


Sound: General. The Prince William Sound Traffic Separation Scheme consists of four parts: Prince William Sound Traffic Separation Scheme, Valdez Arm...


William Sound: Precautionary areas. (a) Cape Hinchinbrook. A precautionary area is established and is bounded by a line connecting the following...


Sound: Prince William Sound Traffic Separation Scheme. The Prince William Sound Traffic Separation Scheme consists of the following: (a) A separation...


Sound: Valdez Arm Traffic Separation Scheme. The Valdez Arm Traffic Separation Scheme consists of the following: (a) A separation zone bounded by a line...


90) (Pub. L. 101-380). The regulations will reduce the risk of oil spills from laden, single hull tankers over 5,000 GT by requiring that these tankers be escorted by at...


Escort transit means that portion of the tanker's voyage through waters where escort vessels are required. Escort vessel means any vessel that is assigned...


of this part; and (2) inform the tanker master of the performance capabilities of the selected escort vessels. This information must be provided to the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR168.20] [Page 785] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 168--ESCORT REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN TANKERS--Table of Contents Sec. 168.20 Applicable vessels. The requirements of this part apply to laden, single hull tankers of 5,000 gross tons or more. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR168.30] [Page 785] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 168--ESCORT REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN TANKERS--Table of Contents Sec. 168.30 Applicable cargoes. The requirements of this part apply to any petroleum oil listed in 46 CFR Table 30.25-1 as a pollution category I cargo. ...


(a) Prince William Sound: Each tanker to which this part applies must be escorted by at least two escort vessels in those navigable waters of the United States within Prince...


escort transit each tanker to which this part applies: (1) Must be accompanied by escort vessels that meet the performance requirements of paragraph (b) of this section (but...


the tanker pilot and the masters of the escort vessels regarding the escort operation. (b) The purpose of the pre-escort conference is for all parties to plan and...


mandatory ship reporting systems. Ship reporting systems are used to provide, gather, or exchange information through radio reports. The information is used to provide data...


method utilized by the flag state administration of that vessel. Mandatory ship reporting system means a ship reporting system that requires the participation of...


latitude or longitude, or both, are not intended for plotting on maps or charts where the referenced horizontal datum is the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83), unless...


ship reporting systems are established by this subpart? This subpart prescribes requirements for the establishment and maintenance of two mandatory...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR169.102] [Page 788] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 169--SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Establishment of Two Mandatory Ship Reporting Systems for the Protection of Northern Right Whales Sec. 169.102 Who is the shore-based authority? The U.S. Coast Guard is the shore-based authority for these mandatory ship reporting systems. ...


the northeastern reporting system located? Geographical boundaries of the northeastern area include the waters of Cape Cod Bay, Massachusetts Bay, and the Great South...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR169.110] [Page 788] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 169--SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Establishment of Two Mandatory Ship Reporting Systems for the Protection of Northern Right Whales Sec. 169.110 When is the northeastern reporting system in effect? The mandatory ship reporting system in the northeastern United States operates year-round. ...


the southeastern reporting system located? Geographical boundaries of the southeastern area include coastal waters within about 25 nautical miles (45 kilometer) along...


the southeastern reporting system in effect? The mandatory ship reporting system in the southeastern United States operates during the period beginning on November 15 each...


of ships are required to make reports? Each self-propelled ship of 300 gross tons or greater must participate in the reporting systems, except government ships...


ships required to make reports? Participating ships must report to the shore-based authority upon entering the area covered by a reporting system. Additional reports...


the reports be made? (a) A ship equipped with INMARSAT C must report in IMO standard format as provided in Sec. 169.140 in table 169.140. (b) A ship not equipped...


the reports be made? (a) A ship equipped with INMARSAT C must report in IMO standard format as provided in Sec. 169.140 in table 169.140. (b) A ship not equipped...
...


vessels and for reporting casualties and accidents to implement sections 6101, 6102, 12301 and 12302 of Title 46, United States Code. [CGD 89-048, 54 FR 27002, June...


(b) Issuing authority means a State that has a numbering system approved by the Coast Guard or the Coast Guard where a number system has not been approved....


equipped with propulsion machinery of any type used on waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States and on the high seas beyond the territorial seas for vessels...


following classes of vessels are exempt, under Section 12303 of Title 46, United States Code, from the numbering provisions of Sections 12301 and 12302 of Title 46, United...


173.17, no person may use a vessel to which this part applies unless: (1) It has a number issued on a certificate of number by the issuing authority in the State in which...


Code, states: When a vessel is numbered in a State, it is deemed in compliance with the numbering system of a State in which it temporarily is operated. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR173.19] [Page 802] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 173--VESSEL NUMBERING AND CASUALTY AND ACCIDENT REPORTING--Table of Contents Subpart B--Numbering Sec. 173.19 Other numbers prohibited. No person may use a vessel to which this part applies that has any number that is not issued by an issuing authority for that vessel on its forward half. ...


in Sec.Sec. 173.13 and 173.17, no person may use a vessel to which this part applies unless it has on board: (1) A valid certificate of number or temporary certificate for...


which this part applies shall present the certificate or lease or rental agreement required by Sec. 173.21 to any Federal, State, or local law enforcement officer for inspection...


a vessel to which this part applies unless the certificate or lease or rental agreement required by Sec. 173.21 is carried on board in such a manner that it can be handed to a...


Sec. 173.15 must: (1) Be painted on or permanently attached to each side of the forward half of the vessel except as allowed by paragraph (b) or required by paragraph...


appears as the owner of a vessel on a certificate of number shall, within 15 days, notify the issuing authority in a manner prescribed by the issuing authority of: (a)...


appears as the owner of a vessel on a certificate of number shall surrender the certificate in a manner prescribed by the issuing authority within 15 days after it...


a certificate of number as the owner of a vessel shall remove the number and validation sticker from the vessel when: (a) The vessel is documented by the...


vessel except a vessel exempted in Sec. 173.13 that has a number issued by the Coast Guard unless it has the validation sticker issued with the certificate of number displayed within...


each vessel used on waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States and on the high seas beyond the territorial seas for vessels owned in the United States that: ...


(a) When, as a result of an occurrence that involves a vessel or its equipment, a person dies or disappears from a vessel, the operator shall, without delay, by the...


of a vessel shall submit the casualty or accident report prescribed in Sec. 173.57 to the reporting authority prescribed in Sec. 173.59 when, as a result of an occurrence...


Sec. 173.55 must be in writing, dated upon completion, and signed by the person who prepared it and must contain, if available, at least the following information about...


Sec. 173.55 must be submitted to: (a) The reporting authority listed in Appendix A of this part where the vessel number was issued, or, if the vessel has no number, where...


Any person who is the owner of a vessel to which Sec. 173.11 applies may apply for a certificate of number for that vessel by submitting to the issuing authority, listed in Appendix...


of number is lost or destroyed, the person whose name appears on the certificate as the owner may apply for a duplicate certificate by submitting to the issuing authority...


valid for not more than 60 days after it is issued may be issued by an issuing authority pending the issue of a certificate of number. A temporary certificate...


as provided in paragraphs (b), (c), (d), and (e) of this section, a certificate of number is valid until the date of expiration prescribed by the issuing authority. (b)...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR173.79] [Page 806] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 173--VESSEL NUMBERING AND CASUALTY AND ACCIDENT REPORTING--Table of Contents Subpart D--Issue of Certificate of Number Sec. 173.79 Expiration of Coast Guard certificate of number. A certificate of number issued by the Coast Guard expires 3 years from the date it is issued. ...


(a) In a State where the Coast Guard is the issuing authority, the following Coast Guard forms must be used: (1) Each application for a certificate of number or...


State where the Coast Guard is the issuing authority, forms required by Sec. 173.81 are available at all manned Coast Guard shore units, except light and loran stations and except...


a State where the Coast Guard is the issuing authority, the fees for issuing certificates of number are: (1) Original or transferred certificate of number and two...


for vessels and a uniform vessel casualty reporting system for vessels by prescribing requirements applicable to the States for the approval of State...


person who is in control or in charge of a vessel while it is in use. Owner means a person who claims lawful possession of a vessel by virtue of legal title or...


system if he or she finds, after examination of the information submitted by a State, that the State numbering system and vessel casualty reporting system meet...


numbering system or of any revision to a numbering system, an authorized representative of the State must submit three copies of the State laws, regulations, forms, and...


(a) Except as allowed in paragraph (c) of this section, a State numbering system must require the numbering of vessels to which Sec. 173.11 of this chapter applies. (b) A...


must contain the requirements applicable to an owner or a person operating a vessel that are prescribed in the following sections of Part 173: (a) Paragraph (a) of...


to the requirements in Sec. 174.13, a State numbering system may contain any of the other requirements applicable to a vessel owner or operator prescribed in Part...


stickers, its numbering system must contain the requirements that stickers must be displayed within 6 inches of the number and the stickers must meet the requirements...


(a) Each form for application for a certificate of number must contain the following information: (1) Name of the owner. (2) Address of the owner, including ZIP code. ...


as allowed in paragraphs (b), (c), and (d) of this section, each certificate of number must contain the following information: (1) Number issued to the vessel. ...


issued pending the issuance of a certificate of number must contain the following information: (a) Make of vessel. (b) Length of vessel. (c) Type...


two capital letters denoting the State of the issuing authority, as specified in Appendix A of Part 173 of this chapter, followed by-- (1) Not more than four numerals followed...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR174.25] [Page 810] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 174--STATE NUMBERING AND CASUALTY REPORTING SYSTEMS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Numbering System Requirements Sec. 174.25 Size of certificate of number. Each certificate of number must be approximately 2\1/2\ by 3\1/2\ inches. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR174.27] [Page 810] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 174--STATE NUMBERING AND CASUALTY REPORTING SYSTEMS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Numbering System Requirements Sec. 174.27 Duration of certificate of number. A certificate of number must not be valid for more than 3 years. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR174.29] [Page 810] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 174--STATE NUMBERING AND CASUALTY REPORTING SYSTEMS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Numbering System Requirements Sec. 174.29 Temporary certificate of number. A State may issue a temporary certificate of number that is effective for not more than 60 days. ...


numbering system may condition the issuance of a certificate of number on-- (a) Title to, or other proof of ownership of a vessel except a recreational-type public vessel...


(a) A State casualty reporting system must require the reporting of vessel casualties and accidents involving vessels to which Sec. 173.51 of this chapter applies. ...


system must be administered by a State agency that-- (a) Will provide for the reporting of all casualties and accidents prescribed in Sec. 173.55 of this chapter; ...


A State casualty reporting system must contain the following requirements of Part 173 applicable to an owner or a person operating a vessel: (a) Section 173.55...


In addition to the requirements in Sec. 174.105, a State casualty reporting system may contain any of the other requirements applicable to a vessel owner or operator...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR174.107] [Page 811] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 174--STATE NUMBERING AND CASUALTY REPORTING SYSTEMS--Table of Contents Subpart C--Casualty Reporting System Requirements Sec. 174.107 Contents of casualty or accident report form. Each form for reporting a vessel casualty or accident must contain the information required in Sec. 173.57 of this chapter. ...


days of the receipt of a casualty or accident report, each State that has an approved numbering system must forward a copy of that report to the Commandant (G-OCC), U.S....


year, each State that has an approved numbering system must prepare and submit Coast Guard Form CGHQ-3923, Report of Certificates of Number Issued to Boats, to the...


be sent to the Office of Boating Safety, 2100 Second Street SW., Washington, DC 20593-0001. [CGD 88-052, 53 FR 25122, July 1, 1988, as amended by CGD 96-026, 61...


to the jurisdiction of the United States and on the high seas beyond the territorial seas for boats owned in the United States except: (a) Foreign boats temporarily...


used primarily for noncommercial use; (2) Leased, rented, or chartered to another for the latter's noncommercial use; or (3) Operated as an uninspected...


establishing, continuing in effect, or enforcing State laws and regulations on the wearing or the carriage of personal flotation devices directly related to the...


propelled or controlled by machinery, sails, oars, paddles, poles, or another vessel. [CGD 92-045, 58 FR 41608, Aug. 4,...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR175.13] [Page 813] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 175--EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Personal Flotation Devices Sec. 175.13 Definitions. As used in this subpart: (a) ``Personal flotation device'' means a device that is approved by the Commandant under 46 CFR Part 160. (b) ``PFD'' means ``personal flotation device''. ...


175.25: (a) No person may use a recreational vessel unless at least one PFD of the following types is on board for each person: (1) Type I PFD; (2) Type II...


Sec. 175.15, provided: (1) The approval label on the Type V PFD indicates that the device is approved: (i) For the activity in which the vessel is being...


or III PFD required by Sec. 175.15 of this part, or equivalent type allowed by Sec.175.17 of this part, is readily accessible. (b) No person may use a recreational boat...


unless each PFD required by Sec. 175.15 of this part or allowed by Sec. 175.17 of this part is: (a) In serviceable condition as provided in Sec. 175.23; (b) Of...


purposes of Sec. 175.21(a) [[Page 814]] only if the following conditions are met: (a) No PFD may exhibit deterioration that could diminish...


On waters within the geographical boundaries of any State that has established by statute or rule a requirement under which each child must wear an appropriate PFD...


noted. This subpart applies to boats on the coastal waters of the United States and on the high seas beyond the territorial seas for boats owned in...


the Commandant under 46 CFR Part 160 or certified by the manufacturer under 46 CFR Parts 160 and 161. (b) Coastal waters means: (1) The U.S. waters of the...


more in length, or any boat operating as an uninspected passenger vessel subject to the requirements of 46 CFR chapter I, subchapter C, unless visual distress signals selected...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 33, Volume 2] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 33CFR175.113] [Page 815] TITLE 33--NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS CHAPTER I--COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) PART 175--EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS--Table of Contents Subpart C--Visual Distress Signals Sec. 175.113 Launchers. (a) When a visual distress signal carried to meet the requirements of Sec. 175.110 requires a launcher to activate, then a launcher approved under 46 CFR 160.028 must also be carried. ...


must carry on board visual distress signals suitable for night use, selected from the list in Sec. 175.130 or Sec. 175.135, in the number required, between sunset...


Sec. 175.110 are readily accessible. [CGD 93-055, 61 FR 13926, Mar. 28, 1996, as amended by USCG-1999-5832, 64 FR 34715, June...


175.110 is in serviceable condition and the service life of the signal, if indicated by a date marked on the signal, has not expired. [CGD 93-055, 61 FR 13926, Mar....


is legibly marked with the approval number or certification statement as specified in 46 CFR Parts 160 and 161. [CGD 93-055, 61 FR 13926, Mar. 28, 1996, as amended...


carried in the number required, can be used to meet the requirements of Sec. 175.110: (1) An electric distress light meeting the standards of 46 CFR 161.013. One is...


not have approval numbers are acceptable for use with meteor or parachute signals listed in Table 175.130 under Sec. 175.130 as long as they remain in...


waters to which this subpart applies under any circumstance except a situation where assistance is needed because of immediate or potential danger to the persons...


a gasoline engine for electrical generation, mechanical power, or propulsion unless it is equipped with an operable ventilation system that meets the requirements of 33...


governs the correction of especially hazardous conditions on recreational vessels and uninspected passenger vessels on waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States...


used primarily for noncommercial use;