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1 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.11 U.S.C.G. AUXILIARY EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING Available on the Internet at: Using Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer

2 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.12 EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING INDEX TO TOPICS 3INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 3GENERAL BRIDGE LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS 3FIXED BRIDGE LIGHTING 3LIGHTING FOR VERTICAL LIFT BRIDGES 3LIGHTING FOR SWING SPAN BRIDGES 3LIGHTING FOR BASCULE BRIDGES 3BRIDGE LATITUDE / LONGITUDE POSITION DATA USING GPS / DGPS 3SUMMARY NOTES -- REPORTING BRIDGE DISCREPANCIES ACKNOWLEDGMENT Special thanks to Roger Wiebusch, Bridge Administrator, Western Rivers Operations, Saint Louis, for his many contributions to, and his time spent reviewing, this material.

3 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.13 EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING HISTORICALLY, AID VERIFIERS HAVE HAD A TOUGH TIME DESCRIBING BRIDGE DISCREPANCIES AND ACCURATELY IDENTIFYING THE LOCATION OF THE DISCREPANCIES THE COAST GUARD BRIDGE ADMINISTRATOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CONTACTING THE OWNERS OF BRIDGES WITH DISCREPANCIES BASED ON THE INFORMATION THE AUXILIARISTS REPORT ON THE BRIDGE VERIFICATION WORKSHEETS WITHOUT COMPLETE AND ACCURATE INFORMATION, THE BRIDGE ADMINISTRATOR CANNOT DO HIS JOB OF FOLLOWING UP ON AUXILIARY REPORTS INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND THE PURPOSE OF THIS TRAINING PRESENTATION IS TO PROVIDE 8WR AUXILIARY AID VERIFIERS WITH THE INFORMATION NEEDED TO COMPLETELY AND ACCURATELY REPORT BRIDGE DISCREPANCIES

4 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.14 EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING GENERAL BRIDGE LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS BRIDGE LIGHTING IS REQUIRED: n AS PRESCRIBED BY THE COAST GUARD DISTRICT COMMANDER FOR BRIDGES IN NAVIGABLE WATERWAYS n FROM SUNSET TO SUNRISE n IN PERIOD OF REDUCED VISIBILITY (LESS THAN ONE MILE) n TO BE VISIBLE FOR ONE MILE CLEARANCE GAUGES: n SHOULD BE READABLE FOR ONE-HALF MILE n ARE MAINLY FOUND ON FIXED BRIDGES n READING AT THE WATER LEVEL IS THE CLEARANCE FROM THE WATER TO THE MINIMUM LOW STEEL ELEVATION OF THE BRIDGE SPAN (FOR MOVEABLE BRIDGES, THE READING SHOWS THE CLEARANCE WHEN THE BRIDGE IS IN THE CLOSED POSITION.) ANYONE CAN, AND SHOULD REPORT DISCREPANCIES n HOWEVER, VERIFICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY A QUALIFIED AID VERIFIER

5 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.15 EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING THE CENTER OF THE MAIN CHANNEL AND ALTERNATE CHANNELS (IF ANY) ARE MARKED USING 360 DEGREE FIXED GREEN LIGHTS WHICH FORM A RANGE IN THE CENTER OF THE SPAN. THESE ARE CALLED: – " MAIN CHANNEL CENTER LIGHTS " OR " ALTERNATE CHANNEL CENTER LIGHTS " IF THERE IS AN ALTERNATE CHANNEL, THEN THE MAIN CHANNEL IS MARKED BY THREE VERTICAL 180 DEGREE FIXED WHITE LIGHTS LOCATED ABOVE THE GREEN MAIN CHANNEL CENTER LIGHT. THESE ARE CALLED: – " MAIN CHANNEL LIGHTS " Note: Bridges display lights that are specifically defined by Coast Guard permit. The lighting configurations may vary from the general descriptions in this presentation. Example: A Saint Louis bridge displays Main Channel Lights with flashing green characteristics (versus fixed white characteristics). FIXED BRIDGE LIGHTING

6 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.16 BRIDGE PIERS ON THE LEFT DESCENDING (LD) AND RIGHT DESCENDING (RD) SIDES OF A NAVIGABLE CHANNEL SHOW 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHTS ON BOTH THE DOWNSTREAM (D/S) AND UPSTREAM (U/S) ENDS OF THE PIER. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED A: – " PIER LIGHT " WHERE THE NAVIGABLE CHANNEL (MAIN CHANNEL OR ALTERNATE CHANNEL) IS LOCATED BETWEEN BRIDGE PIERS BUT DOES NOT EXTEND ALL THE WAY TO A BRIDGE PIER, THEN THE EXTENT OF THE CHANNEL IS MARKED BY 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHTS LOCATED ON THE BRIDGE SPAN ON BOTH THE DOWNSTREAM (D/S) AND UPSTREAM (U/S) SIDES OF THE SPAN. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED A: – " CHANNEL MARGIN LIGHT " EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING FIXED BRIDGE LIGHTING

7 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.17 BRIDGE LIGHTING TYPES "A" -- MAIN OR ALTERNATE CHANNEL CENTER LIGHT (360 DEGREES GREEN) "B" -- PIER LIGHT (180 DEGREES RED) "C" -- CHANNEL MARGIN LIGHT (180 DEGREES RED) "D" -- MAIN CHANNEL LIGHTS (THREE VERTICAL LIGHTS, 180 DEGREES WHITE) LOCATION MUST BE SPECIFIED: "LD" (LEFT DESCENDING) OR "RD" (RIGHT DESCENDING) FOR MARGIN AND PIER LIGHTS "U/S" (AS VIEWED FROM UPSTREAM) OR "D/S" (AS VIEWED FROM DOWNSTREAM) "MAIN" OR "ALTERNATE" CHANNEL EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING TYPICAL FIXED BRIDGE LIGHTING

8 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.18 (EXAMPLE: AS VIEWED FROM UPSTREAM) MINIMUM LIGHTING FOR FIXED BRIDGES EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING BRIDGES MAY ALSO EXHIBIT AIRCRAFT CLEARANCE LIGHTS REQUIRED BY THE FAA. DISCREPANCIES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO THE NEAREST FAA FACILITY, NOT ON THE CG BRIDGE REPORT.

9 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version 2.19 HOW WOULD EACH LIGHT BE DESIGNATED WHEN VIEWING FROM DOWNSTREAM? MINIMUM LIGHTING FOR FIXED BRIDGES MAIN CHANNEL EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING

10 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version (EXAMPLE: AS VIEWED FROM UPSTREAM) MINIMUM LIGHTING FOR FIXED BRIDGES MAIN AND ALTERNATE CHANNELS EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING BRIDGES MAY ALSO EXHIBIT AIRCRAFT CLEARANCE LIGHTS REQUIRED BY THE FAA. DISCREPANCIES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO THE NEAREST FAA FACILITY, NOT ON THE CG BRIDGE REPORT.

11 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version HOW WOULD EACH LIGHT BE DESIGNATED WHEN VIEWING FROM DOWNSTREAM? MINIMUM LIGHTING FOR FIXED BRIDGES MAIN AND ALTERNATE CHANNELS EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING

12 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version LIGHTING FOR VERTICAL LIFT BRIDGES EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING WHEN THE BRIDGE IS IN ANY POSITION OTHER THAN FULLY RAISED, THE CENTER OF THE LIFT BRIDGE SPAN IS MARKED BY TWO 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHTS -- ONE FACING UPSTREAM AND THE OTHER DOWNSTREAM. WHEN FULLY RAISED, THE CENTER OF THE SPAN SHOWS TWO 360 DEGREE FIXED GREEN LIGHTS. EACH OF THESE RED AND GREEN LIGHTS IS CALLED A: – " RED LIFT SPAN LIGHT " or " GREEN LIFT SPAN LIGHT " (identified on the graphic below as "A") EACH LIFT PIER, OR AN ATTACHED PROTECTION PIER, IS MARKED BY A 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHT ON BOTH THE DOWNSTREAM (D/S) AND UPSTREAM (U/S) ENDS OF THE PIER. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED A: – " LIFT PIER LIGHT " or " PIER LIGHT " (identified on the graphic below as "B")

13 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version LIGHTING FOR VERTICAL LIFT BRIDGES (Continued) EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING A THIRD PIER LIGHT, IN ADDITION TO THE TWO (U/S AND D/S) PIER LIGHTS, MAY BE REQUIRED IF THE LIFT AND PROTECTION PIERS ARE NOT STRAIGHT ON THEIR CHANNEL FACES. THIS LIGHT IS A 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHT MOUNTED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BRIDGE PIER IN LINE WITH THE BRIDGE AXIS. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED AN: – " AXIS LIGHT " (identified on the graphic below as "C")

14 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version MINIMUM LIGHTING FOR VERTICAL LIFT BRIDGES EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING (EXAMPLE: AS VIEWED FROM UPSTREAM) NOTE: SOME LIFT BRIDGES, ESPECIALLY THOSE IN AUTOMATIC OR SEMIAUTOMATIC OPERATION, MAY SHOW ADDITIONAL LIGHTS IN BOTH THE U/S DIRECTION AND THE D/S DIRECTION. THESE ARE AUTHORIZED ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS. IN SOME CASES, COAST GUARD LIGHT LISTS AND NEWER CORPS OF ENGINEER CHARTS INCLUDE DESCRIPTIONS AND USAGE OF SPECIAL BRIDGE LIGHTING.

15 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version PIER LIGHTING FOR DOUBLE-OPENING SWING SPAN BRIDGES EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING BRIDGE PIERS AT EITHER END OF THE MOVEABLE BRIDGE SPAN ARE CALLED "DRAW PIERS". EACH DRAW PIER, OR AN ATTACHED PROTECTION PIER IS MARKED BY A 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHT ON BOTH THE DOWNSTREAM (D/S) AND UPSTREAM (U/S) ENDS OF THE PIER. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED A: – " DRAW PIER LIGHT " or " PIER LIGHT " THE BRIDGE PIER IN THE CENTER ON WHICH THE MOVEABLE SPAN SITS IS CALLED THE "PIVOT PIER". THE PIVOT PIER, OR AN ATTACHED PROTECTION PIER IS MARKED BY A 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHT ON BOTH THE DOWNSTREAM (D/S) AND UPSTREAM (U/S) ENDS OF THE PIER. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED A: – " PIVOT PIER LIGHT " A THIRD PIER LIGHT, IN ADDITION TO THE TWO (U/S AND D/S) DRAW OR PIVOT PIER LIGHTS, MAY BE REQUIRED IF THE DRAW OR PIVOT PIERS AND ATTACHED PROTECTION PIERS ARE NOT STRAIGHT ON THEIR CHANNEL FACES. THIS LIGHT IS A 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHT MOUNTED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE APPLICABLE DRAW OR PIVOT PIER IN LINE WITH THE BRIDGE AXIS. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED AN: – " AXIS LIGHT "

16 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version SPAN LIGHTING FOR DOUBLE-OPENING SWING SPAN BRIDGES EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING THREE LIGHT FIXTURES, EACH CONSISTING OF TWO 60 DEGREE RED LIGHTS AND TWO 60 DEGREE GREEN LIGHTS (SEE DIAGRAM BELOW SHOWING SPAN IN CLOSED POSITION), ARE LOCATED ATOP THE BRIDGE SPAN AT EITHER END AND AT THE CENTER POINT. EACH LENS IN A FIXTURE IS LOCATED AT 90 DEGREES FROM ITS ADJACENT LENS AND SHOWS THROUGH AN ARC OF 60 DEGREES. WHEN ONLY THE GREEN LENS ARE SHOWING DIRECTLY UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM FROM THESE FIXTURES, THEN THE BRIDGE WOULD BE IN THE FULLY OPEN POSITION. THIS LIGHT FIXTURE IS CALLED A: – "SWING SPAN LIGHT"

17 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version MINIMUM LIGHTING FOR DOUBLE-OPENING SWING SPAN BRIDGES EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING (EXAMPLE: AS VIEWED FROM UPSTREAM) NOTE: IN ORDER TO PROPERLY IDENTIFY ANY GREEN SWING SPAN LIGHT DISCREPANCIES ON A CLOSED BRIDGE (OR RED SWING SPAN LIGHT DISCREPANCIES ON AN OPEN BRIDGE), IT WOULD BE NECESSARY TO VISUALLY DETERMINE WHICH DIRECTION THE BRIDGE OPENS (OR CLOSES). HOWEVER, NEVER REQUEST A BRIDGE TO OPEN (OR CLOSE) IF ONLY TO VERIFY BRIDGE LIGHTING.

18 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version LIGHTING FOR DOUBLE-LEAF BASCULE BRIDGES EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING EACH BASCULE BRIDGE PIER IS MARKED BY A 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHT ON BOTH THE DOWNSTREAM (D/S) AND UPSTREAM (U/S) ENDS OF THE PIER. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED A: – " DRAW PIER LIGHT " or " PIER LIGHT " WHEN A THE BRIDGE IS IN ANY POSITION OTHER THAN FULLY RAISED., THE CENTER OF THE BRIDGE SPAN IS MARKED BY TWO 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHTS (ONE ON EACH LEAF SPAN) ON BOTH THE UPSTREAM SIDE AND ON THE DOWNSTREAM SIDE. WHEN FULLY RAISED, THESE LIGHTS SHOW 180 DEGREE FIXED GREEN LIGHTS. EACH OF THESE IS CALLED A: – " RED LEAF SPAN LIGHT " or " GREEN LEAF SPAN LIGHT " A THIRD PIER LIGHT, IN ADDITION TO THE TWO (U/S AND D/S) DRAW PIER LIGHTS, MAY BE REQUIRED IF THE DRAW PIERS AND ATTACHED PROTECTION PIERS ARE NOT STRAIGHT ON THEIR CHANNEL FACES. THIS LIGHT IS A 180 DEGREE FIXED RED LIGHT MOUNTED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE APPLICABLE DRAW PIER IN LINE WITH THE BRIDGE AXIS. THIS LIGHT IS CALLED AN: – " AXIS LIGHT "

19 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version MINIMUM LIGHTING FOR DOUBLE-LEAF BASCULE BRIDGES EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING (EXAMPLE: AS VIEWED FROM UPSTREAM)

20 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING BRIDGE LATITUDE / LONGITUDE (LAT/LONG) POSITION DATA USING GPS FOR FACILITIES THAT HAVE A GPS / DGPS CAPABILITY, AID VERIFIERS ARE ASKED TO: – VERIFY LAT. / LONG. POSITION DATA THAT IS SHOWN ON THE BRIDGE REPORT WORKSHEET, OR – PROVIDE LAT. / LONG. DATA IF NOT SHOWN ON WORKSHEET A BRIDGE LOCATION IS DEFINED BY THE EXTENT OF THE MAIN CHANNEL WHICH MAY BE MARKED BY EITHER A MAIN CHANNEL PIER LIGHT OR A MAIN CHANNEL MARGIN LIGHT. THE BRIDGE REPORT WORKSHEET ASKS FOR THE LAT. / LONG. COORDINATES FOR BOTH: è THE LEFT DESCENDING MAIN CHANNEL PIER (OR CHANNEL MARGIN), AND è THE RIGHT DESCENDING MAIN CHANNEL PIER (OR CHANNEL MARGIN) AS VIEWED ON THE DOWNSTREAM SIDE OF THE BRIDGE.

21 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING BRIDGE LATITUDE / LONGITUDE (LAT/LONG) POSITION DATA USING GPS LAT. / LONG. DATA CAN BE SPECIFIED TWO WAYS: è IN DEGREES, MINUTES AND THOUSANDTHS OF MINUTES, OR è IN DEGREES, MINUTES, SECONDS AND HUNDREDTHS OF SECONDS (WHICH IS THE WAY THE DATA IS SHOWN ON THE BRIDGE REPORT WORKSHEETS) ALWAYS USE DECIMAL POINTS WHEN RECORDING THE DATA. DASHES OR SPACES MAY BE USED TO SEPARATE DEGREES, MINUTES AND SECONDS. THE FOLLOWING WOULD BE VALID ENTRIES FOR THE SAME POSITION:

22 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING BRIDGE REPORT WORKSHEET (TOP OF FORM) TOP OF BRIDGE REPORT WORKSHEET SHOWS INFORMATION OF RECORD BASED ON: è LIGHT LIST DATA è DATA PREVIOUSLY REPORTED BY AID VERIFIER AID VERIFIER ENTERS: è TIME(S) AND DATE(S) OF ACTUAL VERIFICATION(S) è GPS POSITION DATA (VERIFY IF SHOWN, ENTER IF NOT SHOWN)

23 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING BRIDGE REPORT WORKSHEET (MIDDLE OF FORM) NOTES: ANSWER CLEARANCE GAUGE QUESTION – IF "NO” FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS ON RIGHT FOR ANY DISCREPANCIES, SUCH AS BAD LAMPS, DAMAGED PROTECTION FENDERS / CELLS, UNREADABLE CLEARANCE GAUGES, ENTER SPECIFIC DISCREPANCIES IN LOWER SECTION USING PROPER LOCATION NOMENCLATURE (U/S, D/S, PIER, CENTER, CHANNEL, etc.) FOR LIGHT DISCREPANCIES, INDICATE WHETHER RED SQUARE (OR DIAMOND) REFLECTORS ARE SHOWING NEAR THE LIGHT(S)

24 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING BRIDGE REPORT WORKSHEET (BOTTOM OF FORM) NOTES: CHECK "( ) WATCHING PROPERLY" ONLY IF EVERYTHING IS SHOWING PROPERLY IF DISCREPANCIES WERE REPORTED VIA RADIO OR PHONE TO GROUP, MAKE ENTRY UNDER SECTION "CRIT. / URG. DISC. REPORTED VIA". (SEE PREVIOUS CHART.) ENTER AID VERIFIER IDENTIFICATION (QUALIFIED AID VERIFIERS ONLY) AT BOTTOM.

25 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING SUMMARY NOTES -- REPORTING BRIDGE DISCREPANCIES FOR EACH DISCREPANT LIGHT, REPORT THE – "AS VIEWED FROM" DIRECTION -- "U/S" (Upstream) or "D/S" (Downstream) – POSITION RELATIVE TO THE CHANNEL -- "Center", "LD" (Left Descending) or "RD" (Right Descending) – LENS COLOR -- "RED", "GREEN", or " WHITE" – CHANNEL -- "CHANNEL" (No Alternate Channel), "MAIN CHANNEL" (If Alternate Channel), "ALTERNATE CHANNEL" – TYPE / LOCATION -- "PIER LIGHT", "PIVOT PIER LIGHT", "SPAN LIGHT", "AXIS LIGHT", "CHANNEL CENTER LIGHT", or "CHANNEL MARGIN LIGHT" – DISCREPANCY -- "EXTINGUISHED", "DIM", "OUT OF FOCUS", etc. EXAMPLES: – U/S LD RED MAIN CHANNEL PIER LIGHT – D/S RED PIVOT PIER LIGHT – U/S GREEN ALTERNATE CHANNEL CENTER LIGHT ALL EXTINGUISHED LIGHTS AND ANY OTHER DISCREPANCY THAT WOULD BE CONSIDERED A HAZARD TO NAVIGATION SHOULD BE REPORTED IMMEDIATELY VIA MARINE RADIO TO THE APPROPRIATE GROUP.

26 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING SUMMARY NOTES -- REPORTING BRIDGE DISCREPANCIES FOR EXTINGUISHED LIGHTS, ALSO INDICATE : – IF THE LIGHT FIXTURE IS VISIBLE – IF THERE IS A RED REFLECTIVE SQUARE OR DIAMOND LOCATED IN PROXIMITY TO THE LOCATION YOU WOULD EXPECT TO FIND A LIGHT REPORT ANY DAMAGE TO BRIDGE PROTECTION CELLS AND FENDERS : – IDENTIFYING THE LOCATION AS YOU WOULD A LIGHT REPORT THE READABILITY OF CLEARANCE GAUGES: – "READABLE" – "NOT READABLE" (SPECIFY PIER LOCATION -- D/S or U/S, LD or RD) – "NO GAUGES" ALL EXTINGUISHED LIGHTS AND ANY OTHER DISCREPANCY THAT WOULD BE CONSIDERED A HAZARD TO NAVIGATION SHOULD BE REPORTED IMMEDIATELY VIA MARINE RADIO TO THE APPROPRIATE GROUP.

27 avclsbr.ppt 05/2005Version I have the following comments regarding the Eighth Western Rivers Region Aid Verifier training presentation "Bridge Verifications and Reporting" (attach copies of marked-up charts as appropriate): ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Member Empl ID (Auxiliary): |___|___|___|--|___|___|--|___|___|--|___|___|___|___I___I___I___I Name: ____________________________________________________ Address: __________________________________________________ City: ____________________ State: ____ ZipCode: ______________ ___________________________________________________ EIGHTH WESTERN RIVERS REGION -- AID VERIFIER TRAINING BRIDGE VERIFICATIONS AND REPORTING INSTRUCTOR / STUDENT COMMENTS FORM Mail this form to: Michael “Mike” D. Stanley, DSO-NS nd Street Perry, Kansas Or


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