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RRT/NWAC Sector Puget Sound COTP/FOSC Report: March 2010.

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1 RRT/NWAC Sector Puget Sound COTP/FOSC Report: March 2010

2 Sector Puget Sound Organization

3 Facility/Container Inspection Branch (November March 2011) Waterfront Facility Safety/Security Inspections: 42 Security Spot checks: 28 Oil Transfer Monitors: 21 Hazmat Container Inspections: 594 Recent Reg Changes no impact on Puget Sound FRPs GIUE: No activity 2010

4 Vessel Inspections (November March 2011) Fleet size: 614 Activities: 472 Vessel visits: 800 New Construction/Major Mod Projects: 22 Tug fleet: 146 Exams: 28 Liferaft/Liferaft Facility Inspections: 115

5 Contingency Planning & Force Readiness NPREP Exercise 2011 Govt Led PREP Exercise: June 21-23, 2011 No Responsible Party One IAP cycle to be completed Desired outcome: Exercise through 2 nd day tactics meeting and a press conference

6 Incident Management Division Spill Reports by County: November 2010 – March Spills 14.9% 42 Gallons 5% 4 Spills 4.5% 22 Gallons 3% 2 Spills 2.2% 20 Gallons 2% 34 Spills 39% 92 Gallons 11% 7 Spills 8% 95 Gallons 12% 0 Spills 0% 0 Gallons 0% 5 Spills 5.7% 502 Gallons 62% 5 Spills 5.7% 6 Gallons 1% 0 Spills 0% 0 Gallons 0% 9 Spills 10.3% 4 Gallons 1% 5 Spills 5.7% 14 Gallons 2% 2 Spills 2.2% 4 Gallon 1% 87 Spills Reported 814 Gallons Discharged

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8 Sector Puget Sound Significant Cases

9 F/V VICIOUS FISHER What happened: – Sunk F/V in Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary – Small boat and air assets on-scene – All crewmembers rescued Significance: – Sanctuary impacted, 4000 gal potential – Adverse weather conditions – OSLTF opened

10 F/V KRISTENA ROSE What happened: – F/V grounding off Shipwreck Point near Neah Bay – Towed to Neah Bay Marina – All crewmembers rescued, no significant environmental impact Significance: – 1500 gal potential – OSLTF opened – Interagency/Tribal relationships

11 M/Y SCOUT What happened: – Yacht sinking in the Straits of Juan de Fuca near Neah Bay – All persons rescued – Vessel towed to Neah Bay Marina to re-float and defuel Significance: – Partially submerged for duration of response – 700 gal potential – OSLTF opened – Adverse weather conditions – Drifted across international border several times

12 U.S. Oil and Refining What happened: – 25 gal discharge into Blair Waterway at US Oil & Refining Co. facility in Tacoma – Bleeder valve partially open – RP setup ICS and hired MSRC Significance: – 1050 gal discharge initial reported – Effectiveness of ICS organization

13 BNSF Derailment

14 What happened: – Two trains sideswiped – 4 tank car with 16,000 gal of NaOH – One tank car leaked onto the beach – BNSF hired NRCES Significance: – 64,000 gal potential – In the tidal zone – Hazardous substance – Effectiveness of ICS organization

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