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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter NNPart 149


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER NN—DEEPWATER PORTS

PART 149—DEEPWATER PORTS: DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§149.1
What does this part do?
§149.5
What definitions apply to this part?
§149.10
Where can the operator obtain a list of Coast Guard-approved equipment?
§149.15
What is the process for submitting alterations and modifications affecting the design and construction of a deepwater port?
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Subpart B—POLLUTION PREVENTION EQUIPMENT

§149.100
What does this subpart do?
§149.103
What are the requirements for discharge containment and removal material and equipment?
§149.105
What are the requirements for the overflow and relief valves?
§149.110
What are the requirements for pipeline end manifold shutoff valves?
§149.115
What are the requirements for blank flange and shutoff valves?
§149.120
What are the requirements for manually operated shutoff valves?
§149.125
What are the requirements for the malfunction detection system?
§149.130
What are the requirements for the cargo transfer system alarm?
§149.135
What should be marked on the cargo transfer system alarm switch?
§149.140
What communications equipment must be on a deepwater port?
§149.145
What are the requirements for curbs, gutters, drains, and reservoirs?
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Subpart C—LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT

§149.300
What does this subpart do?

Manned Deepwater Port Requirements

§149.301
What are the requirements for lifesaving equipment?
§149.302
What are the requirements when lifesaving equipment is repaired or replaced?
§149.303
What survival craft and rescue boats may be used on a manned deepwater port?
§149.304
What type and how many survival craft and rescue boats must a manned deepwater port have?
§149.305
What are the survival craft requirements for temporary personnel?
§149.306
What are the requirements for lifeboats?
§149.307
What are the requirements for free-fall lifeboats?
§149.308
What are the requirements for liferafts?
§149.309
What are the requirements for marine evacuation systems?
§149.310
What are the muster and embarkation requirements for survival craft?
§149.311
What are the launching and recovery requirements for lifeboats?
§149.312
What are the launching equipment requirements for inflatable liferafts?
§149.313
How must survival craft be arranged?
§149.314
What are the approval and stowage requirements for rescue boats?
§149.315
What embarkation, launching, and recovery arrangements must rescue boats meet?
§149.316
What are the requirements for lifejackets?
§149.317
How and where must lifejackets be stowed?
§149.318
Must every person on the deepwater port have a lifejacket?
§149.319
What additional lifejackets must the deepwater port have?
§149.320
What are the requirements for ring life buoys?
§149.321
How many ring life buoys must be on each deepwater port?
§149.322
Where must ring life buoys be located and how must they be stowed?
§149.323
What are the requirements for first aid kits?
§149.324
What are the requirements for litters?
§149.325
What emergency communications equipment must be on a manned deepwater port?
§149.326
What are the immersion suit requirements?
§149.327
What are the approval requirements for work vests and anti-exposure (deck) suits?
§149.328
How must work vests and anti-exposure (deck) suits be stowed?
§149.329
How must work vests and deck suits be marked?
§149.330
When may a work vest or deck suit be substituted for a lifejacket?
§149.331
What are the requirements for hybrid personal flotation devices?
§149.332
What are the requirements for inflatable lifejackets?
§149.333
What are the marking requirements for lifesaving equipment?

Unmanned Deepwater Port Requirements

§149.334
Who must ensure compliance with the requirements for unmanned deepwater ports?
§149.335
When are people prohibited from being on an unmanned deepwater port?
§149.336
What are the requirements for lifejackets?
§149.337
What are the requirements for ring life buoys?
§149.338
What are the requirements for immersion suits?
§149.339
What is the requirement for previously approved lifesaving equipment on a deepwater port?
§149.340
What are the requirements for lifesaving equipment that is not required by this subchapter?
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Subpart D—FIREFIGHTING AND FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

§149.400
What does this subpart apply to?
§149.401
What are the general requirements for firefighting and fire protection equipment?
§149.402
What firefighting and fire protection equipment must be approved by the Coast Guard?
§149.403
How may I request the use of alternate or supplemental firefighting and fire prevention equipment or procedures?

Firefighting Requirements

§149.404
Can I use firefighting equipment that has no Coast Guard standards?
§149.405
How are fire extinguishers classified?
§149.406
What are the approval requirements for a fire extinguisher?
§149.407
Must fire extinguishers be on the deepwater port at all times?
§149.408
What are the maintenance requirements for fire extinguishers?
§149.409
How many fire extinguishers are needed?
§149.410
Where must portable and semi-portable fire extinguishers be located?
§149.411
What are the requirements for firemen's outfits?
§149.412
How many fire axes are needed?
§149.413
On a manned deepwater port, what spaces require a fixed fire extinguishing system?
§149.414
What are the requirements for a fire detection and alarm system?
§149.415
What are the requirements for a fire main system on a manned deepwater port?
§149.416
What are the requirements for a dry chemical fire suppression system?
§149.417
What firefighting equipment must a helicopter landing deck on a manned deepwater port have?
§149.418
What fire protection system must a helicopter fueling facility have?
§149.419
Can the water supply for the helicopter deck fire protection system be part of a fire water system?
§149.420
What are the fire protection requirements for escape routes?
§149.421
What is the requirement for a previously approved fire detection and alarm system on a deepwater port?
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Subpart E—AIDS TO NAVIGATION

General

§149.500
What does this subpart do?
§149.505
What are the general requirements for aids to navigation?
§149.510
How do I get permission to establish an aid to navigation?

Lights

§149.520
What kind of lights are required?

Lights on Platforms

§149.535
What are the requirements for rotating beacons on platforms?

Lights on Single Point Moorings

§149.540
What are the requirements for obstruction lights on a single point mooring?

Lights on Floating Hose Strings

§149.550
What are the requirements for lights on a floating hose string?

Lights on Buoys Used To Define Traffic Lanes

§149.560
How must buoys used to define traffic lanes be marked and lighted?
§149.565
What are the required characteristics and intensity of lights on buoys used to define traffic lanes?

Miscellaneous

§149.570
How is a platform, single point mooring, or submerged turret loading identified?
§149.575
How must objects protruding from the water, other than platforms and single point moorings, be marked?
§149.580
What are the requirements for a radar beacon?
§149.585
What are the requirements for sound signals?
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Subpart F—DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT

General

§149.600
What does this subpart do?
§149.610
What must the District Commander be notified of and when?
§149.615
What construction drawings and specifications are required?
§149.620
What happens when the Commandant (CG-5P) reviews and evaluates the construction drawings and specifications?
§149.625
What are the design standards?

Structural Fire Protection

§149.640
What are the requirements for fire protection systems?
§149.641
What are the structural fire protection requirements for accommodation spaces and modules?

Single Point Moorings

§149.650
What are the requirements for single point moorings and their attached hoses?

Helicopter Fueling Facilities

§149.655
What are the requirements for helicopter fueling facilities?

Emergency Power

§149.660
What are the requirements for emergency power?

General Alarm System

§149.665
What are the requirements for a general alarm system?
§149.670
What are the requirements for marking a general alarm system?

Public Address System

§149.675
What are the requirements for the public address system?

Medical Treatment Rooms

§149.680
What are the requirements for medical treatment rooms?
§149.685
May a medical treatment room be used for other purposes?

Miscellaneous

§149.690
What are the requirements for means of escape, personnel landings, guardrails, similar devices, and for noise limits?

Means of Escape

§149.691
What means of escape are required?
§149.692
Where must they be located?

Personnel Landings

§149.693
What are the requirements for personnel landings on manned deepwater ports?

Guardrails and Similar Devices

§149.694
What are the requirements for catwalks, floors, and openings?
§149.695
What are the requirements for stairways?
§149.696
What are the requirements for a helicopter landing deck safety net?

Noise Limits

§149.697
What are the requirements for a noise level survey?

Portable Lights

§149.700
What kind of portable lights may be used on a deepwater port?


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