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Title 18Chapter ISubchapter BPart 12


TITLE 18—Conservation of Power and Water Resources

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS UNDER THE FEDERAL POWER ACT

PART 12—SAFETY OF WATER POWER PROJECTS AND PROJECT WORKS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§12.1
Applicability.
§12.2
Rules of construction.
§12.3
Definitions.
§12.4
Staff administrative responsibility and supervisory authority.
§12.5
Responsibilities of licensee or applicant.
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Subpart B—REPORTS AND RECORDS

§12.10
Reporting safety-related incidents.
§12.11
Reporting modifications of the project or project works.
§12.12
Maintenance of records.
§12.13
Verification form.
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Subpart C—EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS

§12.20
General requirements.
§12.21
Exemptions.
§12.22
Contents of emergency action plan.
§12.23
Time for filing emergency action plan.
§12.24
Review and updating of plans.
§12.25
Posting and readiness.
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Subpart D—INSPECTION BY INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT

§12.30
Applicability.
§12.31
Definitions.
§12.32
General inspection requirement.
§12.33
Exemption.
§12.34
Approval of independent consultant.
§12.35
Specific inspection requirements.
§12.36
Emergency corrective measures.
§12.37
Report of the independent consultant.
§12.38
Time for inspections and reports.
§12.39
Taking corrective measures after the report.
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Subpart E—OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES OF APPLICANT OR LICENSEE

§12.40
Quality control programs.
§12.41
Monitoring instruments.
§12.42
Warning and safety devices.
§12.43
Power and communication lines and gas pipelines.
§12.44
Testing spillway gates.

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