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e-CFR Data is current as of April 23, 2014

TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

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

SUBCHAPTER NN—DEEPWATER PORTS

PART 150—DEEPWATER PORTS: OPERATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§150.1
What does this part do?
§150.5
Definitions.
§150.10
What are the general requirements for operations manuals?
§150.15
What must the operations manual include?
§150.20
How many copies of the operations manual must be given to the Coast Guard?
§150.25
Amending the operations manual.
§150.30
Proposing an amendment to the operations manual.
§150.35
How may an Adjacent Coastal State request an amendment to the deepwater port operations manual?
§150.40
Deviating from the operations manual.
§150.45
Emergency deviation from this subchapter or the operations manual.
§150.50
What are the requirements for a facility spill response plan?
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Subpart B—INSPECTIONS

§150.100
What are the requirements for inspecting deepwater ports?
§150.105
What are the requirements for annual self-inspection?
§150.110
What are the notification requirements upon receipt of classification society certifications?
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Subpart C—PERSONNEL

§150.200
Who must ensure that deepwater port personnel are qualified?
§150.205
What are the language requirements for deepwater port personnel?
§150.210
What are the restrictions on serving in more than one position?
§150.225
What training and instruction are required?
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Subpart D—VESSEL NAVIGATION

§150.300
What does this subpart do?
§150.305
How does this subpart apply to unmanned deepwater ports?
§150.310
When is radar surveillance required?
§150.320
What advisories are given to tankers?
§150.325
What is the first notice required before a tanker enters the safety zone or area to be avoided?
§150.330
What is the second notice required before a tanker enters the safety zone or area to be avoided?
§150.340
What are the rules of navigation for tankers in the safety zone or area to be avoided?
§150.345
How are support vessels cleared to move within the safety zone or area to be avoided?
§150.350
What are the rules of navigation for support vessels in the safety zone or area to be avoided?
§150.355
How are other vessels cleared to move within the safety zone?
§150.380
Under what circumstances may vessels operate within the safety zone or area to be avoided?
§150.385
What is required in an emergency?
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Subpart E—CARGO TRANSFER OPERATIONS

§150.400
What does this subpart do?
§150.405
How must a cargo transfer system be tested and inspected?
§150.420
What actions must be taken when cargo transfer equipment is defective?
§150.425
What are the requirements for transferring cargo?
§150.430
What are the requirements for a declaration of inspection?
§150.435
When are cargo transfers not allowed?
§150.440
How may the Sector Commander, or MSU Commander, with COTP and OCMI authority order suspension of cargo transfers?
§150.445
When is oil in a single point mooring-oil transfer system (SPM-OTS) displaced with water?
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Subpart F—EMERGENCY AND SPECIALTY EQUIPMENT

§150.500
What does this subpart do?

Maintenance and Repair

§150.501
How must emergency equipment be maintained and repaired?

Lifesaving Equipment (General)

§150.502
What are the maintenance and repair requirements for lifesaving equipment?

Launching Appliances

§150.503
What are the time interval requirements for maintenance on survival craft falls?
§150.504
When must the operator service and examine lifeboat and rescue boat launching appliances?
§150.505
When must the operator service and examine lifeboat and rescue boat release gear?

Inflatable Lifesaving Appliances

§150.506
When must the operator service inflatable lifesaving appliances and marine evacuation systems?
§150.507
How must the operator service inflatable lifesaving appliances?
§150.508
What are the maintenance and repair requirements for inflatable rescue boats?

Operational Tests and Inspections (General)

§150.509
How must emergency equipment be tested and inspected?
§150.510
How must tested emergency equipment be operated?
§150.511
What are the operational testing requirements for lifeboat and rescue boat release gear?

Frequency of Tests and Inspections

§150.512
What occurs during the weekly tests and inspections?
§150.513
What occurs during the monthly tests and inspections?
§150.514
What are the annual tests and inspections?

Weight Testing

§150.515
What are the requirements for weight testing of newly installed or relocated craft?
§150.516
What are the periodic requirements for weight testing?
§150.517
How are weight tests supervised?

Personal Safety Gear

§150.518
What are the inspection requirements for work vests and immersion suits?

Emergency Lighting and Power Systems

§150.519
What are the requirements for emergency lighting and power systems?

Fire Extinguishing Equipment

§150.520
When must fire extinguishing equipment be tested and inspected?
§150.521
What records are required?

Miscellaneous Operations

§150.530
What may the fire main system be used for?
§150.531
How many fire pumps must be kept ready for use at all times?
§150.532
What are the requirements for connection and stowage of fire hoses?
§150.540
What are the restrictions on fueling aircraft?
§150.550
What are the requirements for the muster list?
§150.555
How must cranes be maintained?
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Subpart G—WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH

§150.600
What does this subpart do?

Safety and Health (General)

§150.601
What are the safety and health requirements for the workplace on a deepwater port?
§150.602
What occupational awareness training is required?
§150.603
What emergency response training is required?
§150.604
Who controls access to medical monitoring and exposure records?
§150.605
What are the procedures for reporting a possible workplace safety or health violation at a deepwater port?
§150.606
After learning of a possible violation, what does the Sector Commander, or the MSU Commander, with COTP and OCMI authority do?

General Workplace Conditions

§150.607
What are the general safe working requirements?

Personal Protective Equipment

§150.608
Who is responsible for ensuring that the personnel use or wear protective equipment and are trained in its use?

Eyes and Face

§150.609
When is eye and face protection required?
§150.610
Where must eyewash equipment be located?

Head

§150.611
What head protection is required?

Feet

§150.612
What footwear is required?

Noise and Hearing Protection

§150.613
What are the requirements for a noise monitoring and hearing protection survey?

Clothing

§150.614
When is protective clothing required?

Electrical

§150.615
What safe practices are required?

Lockout/Tagout

§150.616
What are the requirements for lockout?
§150.617
What are the requirements for tagout?

Respiratory Protection

§150.618
What are the requirements for respiratory protection?

Fall Arrest

§150.619
What are the fall arrest system requirements?

Machine Guards

§150.620
What are the requirements for protecting personnel from machinery?

Slings

§150.621
What are the requirements for slings?

Warning Signs

§150.622
What are the warning sign requirements?

Confined Space Safety

§150.623
What are the requirements for protecting personnel from hazards associated with confined spaces?

Blood-Borne Pathogens

§150.624
What are the requirements for protecting personnel from blood-borne pathogens?

Hazard Communication Program

§150.625
What must the hazard communication program contain?
§150.626
What is the hazard communication program used for?
§150.627
Must material safety data sheets be available to all personnel?
§150.628
How must the operator label, tag, and mark a container of hazardous material?
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Subpart H—AIDS TO NAVIGATION

§150.700
What does this subpart do?
§150.705
What are the requirements for maintaining and inspecting aids to navigation?
§150.710
What are the requirements for supplying power to aids to navigation?
§150.715
What are the requirements for lights used as aids to navigation?
§150.720
What are the requirements for sound signals?
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Subpart I—REPORTS AND RECORDS

§150.800
What does this subpart do?

Reports

§150.805
What reports must be sent both to a classification society and to the Coast Guard?
§150.810
Reporting a problem with an aid to navigation.
§150.812
What is the purpose of reporting casualties on deepwater ports?
§150.815
How must casualties be reported?
§150.820
When must a written report of casualty be submitted, and what must it contain?
§150.825
Reporting a diving-related casualty.
§150.830
Reporting a pollution incident.
§150.835
Reporting sabotage or subversive activity.

Records

§150.840
What records must be kept?
§150.845
Personnel records.
§150.850
How long must a declaration of inspection form be kept?
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Subpart J—SAFETY ZONES, NO ANCHORING AREAS, AND AREAS TO BE AVOIDED

§150.900
What does this subpart do?
§150.905
Why are safety zones, no anchoring areas, and areas to be avoided established?
§150.910
What installations, structures, or activities are prohibited in a safety zone?
§150.915
How are safety zones, no anchoring areas, and areas to be avoided established and modified?
§150.920
How can I find notice of new or proposed safety zones?
§150.925
How long may a safety zone, no anchoring area, or area to be avoided remain in place?
§150.930
What datum is used for the geographic coordinates in this subpart?
§150.940
Safety zones for specific deepwater ports.


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