Presentation on theme: "U.S. Coast Guard DOCUMENTS. U.S. Coast Guard Lesson Objectives Examine applicable certificates and documents for validity Examine Load Line Certificate."— Presentation transcript:
U.S. Coast Guard Lesson Objectives Examine applicable certificates and documents for validity Examine Load Line Certificate Examine USCG Certificate of Documentation or State Registration Examine Federal Communications (FCC) station license Examine Bridge -to- Bridge certificate Examine MARPOL V, requirements and revisions Examine Ballast water management
U.S. Coast Guard NOT applicable to: New ships less than 79’ in length Existing ships of less than 150 tons gross tonnage The Load Line Certificate See 46 CFR 42.05-30, 50 for definitions Except: Vessels built after 01JAN1986, 79’ or more in length, on domestic voyages outside the Boundary Line regardless of gross tonnage See USCG LL Policy Notes Sect 7 part d- 10
U.S. Coast Guard 1.Name of Vessel 2.Official Number 3.Port of Registry 4.Length 5.IMO Number The Load Line Certificate
U.S. Coast Guard 46 CFR 42.07-10 Submergence of Load Lines (d) When a vessel departs from a port situated on a river or inland waters, deeper loading shall be permitted corresponding to the weight of fuel and all other materials required for consumption between the port of departure and the sea. This paragraph does not apply to vessels when navigating the Great Lakes.
U.S. Coast Guard Stability Letters 46 CFR 42.15-1 The master of every new vessel … shall be supplied with sufficient information …to give him guidance as to the stability of the vessel under varying conditions of service
U.S. Coast Guard Applicability of Stability Letter Operational Conditions The operational conditions are only applicable when the vessel’s Load Line Certificate applies. 46 USC 5102(b)(6) states: “Load Lines are not applicable to a vessel of the United States on a domestic voyage that does not cross the Boundary Line, except a GL voyage.” Therefore, if a US vessel is operating on a domestic voyage (not GL), inside of the Boundary Line, the Stability Letter does not apply.
U.S. Coast Guard Certificate Of Documentation UTV’s five (5) NT or more* *Tonnage Regulations Amendments NPRM, USCG Docket 2011-052 (Federal Register, April 08 2014) COD must be renewed annually Valid/ Current Certificate of Documentation must be kept on board Exceptions- a) Vessel is in storage, OR out of the water b) When the COD has been submitted to the National Vessel Documentation Center for exchange 46 CFR 67.313 &.319
U.S. Coast Guard Certificate of Documentation 1.Name correct 2.Official number match other documents 3.Tonnage 4.Operational Endorsements (46 CFR 67.17 &.19) 5. Owners / managing owners
U.S. Coast Guard Name and Hailing Port Properly Marked Name of vessel port and starboard bow, and on stern Hailing port must also be marked on stern of vessel 46 CFR 67.123 (a)/(b) Min 4” Durable
U.S. Coast Guard Vessel Official Number 46 CFR 67.121 Official Number properly marked on interior structural member Min 3” Permanent
U.S. Coast Guard a)as noted in paragraph (c) of this section, stations in the maritime service must be licensed by the FCC either individually or by fleet. b) One ship station license will be granted for operation of all maritime services transmitting equipment on board a vessel. Radiotelegraph and narrow-band directing-printing equipment will not be authorized, however, unless specifically requested by the applicant. FCC Station License Maritime Mobile Service Identity provides a unique, internationally standardized number to identify the vessel (Digital Selective Calling).
U.S. Coast Guard FCC Station Log Towing vessels which require a radiotelephone IAW 33 CFR 26.03 meet the definition of a compulsory ship IAW 47 CFR 80.5 which is, “Any ship which is required to be equipped with radio telecommunication equipment in order to comply with the radio or radio-navigation provisions of a treaty or statute to which the vessel is subject.” 47 CFR 80.409(e) requires ship radiotelephone logs/log entries for vessels that “…are compulsorily equipped for radiotelephony…”47 CFR 80.547 CFR 80.409(e)
U.S. Coast Guard Great Lakes Radio Agreement/ Radio Certification (a) Each U.S. flag vessel subject to the Great Lakes Agreement must have an inspection of the required radiotelephone installation at least once every 13 months. This inspection must be made while the vessel is in active service or within not more than one month before the date on which it is placed in service. (b) An inspection and certification of a ship subject to the Great Lakes Agreement must be made by a technician holding one of the following: a General Radiotelephone Operator License, a GMDSS Radio Maintainer's License, a Second Class Radiotelegraph Operator's Certificate, or a First Class Radiotelegraph Operator's Certificate. Additionally, the technician must not be the vessel's owner, operator, master, or an employee of any of them.
Bridge to Bridge Act The Bridge-to-Bridge Act and the regulations of this part apply to the following vessels in the navigable waters of the United States: (c) Every towing vessel of 7.8 meters (26 feet) or over in length, measured from end to end over the deck excluding sheer, while navigating; Title 47: Telecommunication § 80.1001 Applicability
U.S. Coast Guard Each ship subject to the Bridge-to-Bridge Act must have on board a radio operator who holds a restricted radiotelephone operator permit or higher class license. Title 47: Telecommunication § 80.163 Operator requirements of the Bridge- to-Bridge Act.
U.S. Coast Guard Bridge-to-Bridge Station A radio station located on a ship’s navigational bridge or main control station … which is used only for navigational purposes,… 47 CFR 80.5 (definitions) Radiotelephone Required…Every towing vessel 26’ or longer while navigating. 33 CFR 26.03
U.S. Coast Guard MARPOL Annex V Revision In Effect January 01, 2013 Regulation 10 Every ship 26’ or more shall display (new) Placards Every Non-US ship 100 gross tonnage and above shall carry a Garbage Management Plan Every ship 400 gross tonnage shall be provided with a Garbage Record Book
U.S. Coast Guard Garbage Pollution from Ships UTV’s 26’ or more must have placard 33 CFR 151.59 CHANGED Waste management plan req’d for oceangoing UTV’s 40’ or more in length 33 CFR 151.57 NOT CHANGED Garbage log req’d oceangoing UTV’s 400 GT or more 33 CFR 151.55 NOT CHANGED
U.S. Coast Guard MARPOL Annex V “Old” Style Placards
U.S. Coast Guard “NEW” Sample Placard targeting crew and shipboard operations on vessels of more than 26’ LOA Enclosure (3) Policy Ltr 13-01
U.S. Coast Guard Summary of Changes Enclosure (1) Policy Ltr 13-01
U.S. Coast Guard Ballast Water Management Page 3
U.S. Coast Guard 33 CFR 151.2041 Reporting req’s met 33 CFR 151.2045 Recordkeeping req’s met
U.S. Coast Guard NVIC 07-04,CH-1 ….Water sealed in ballast tanks… water changed only in connection with dry docking… water taken into ballast tanks from commercial or municipal fresh water sources … not considered ballast water for the purpose of these rule. Vessels which operate exclusively with permanent ballast water and/ or water from commercial or municipal sources in ballast tanks are not subject to the reqs of 33 CFR 151 parts C and D
U.S. Coast Guard NVIC 07-04,CH-1 For towing vessels equipped with ballast tanks, reports must be submitted when the vessel conducts fueling operations after entering a COTP zone…
U.S. Coast Guard Aquatic Nuisance Species Zebra Mussel Mitten Crab
U.S. Coast Guard Towline for Towing Astern Page 3
U.S. Coast Guard Towline & Terminal Gear for towing astern Towline & Terminal gear for towing alongside or pushing ahead
U.S. Coast Guard Training, Orientation, Drills Page 3 Verbal Confirmation, no documentation required
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