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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter OPart 154


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

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

SUBCHAPTER O—POLLUTION

PART 154—FACILITIES TRANSFERRING OIL OR HAZARDOUS MATERIAL IN BULK

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§154.100
Applicability.
§154.105
Definitions.
§154.106
Incorporation by reference.
§154.107
Alternatives.
§154.108
Exemptions.
§154.110
Letter of intent.
§154.120
Facility examinations.
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Subpart B—OPERATIONS MANUAL

§154.300
Operations manual: General.
§154.310
Operations manual: Contents.
§154.320
Operations manual: Amendment.
§154.325
Operations manual: Procedures for examination.
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Subpart C—EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

§154.500
Hose assemblies.
§154.510
Loading arms.
§154.520
Closure devices.
§154.525
Monitoring devices.
§154.530
Small discharge containment.
§154.540
Discharge removal.
§154.545
Discharge containment equipment.
§154.550
Emergency shutdown.
§154.560
Communications.
§154.570
Lighting.
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Subpart D—FACILITY OPERATIONS

§154.700
General.
§154.710
Persons in charge: Designation and qualification.
§154.730
Persons in charge: Evidence of designation.
§154.735
Safety requirements.
§154.740
Records.
§154.750
Compliance with operations manual.
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Subpart E—[RESERVED]

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Subpart F—RESPONSE PLANS FOR OIL FACILITIES

§154.1010
Purpose.
§154.1015
Applicability.
§154.1016
Facility classification by COTP.
§154.1017
Response plan submission requirements.
§154.1020
Definitions.
§154.1025
Operating restrictions and interim operating authorization.
§154.1026
Qualified individual and alternate qualified individual.
§154.1028
Methods of ensuring the availability of response resources by contract or other approved means.
§154.1029
Worst case discharge.
§154.1030
General response plan contents.
§154.1035
Specific requirements for facilities that could reasonably be expected to cause significant and substantial harm to the environment.
§154.1040
Specific requirements for facilities that could reasonably be expected to cause substantial harm to the environment.
§154.1041
Specific response information to be maintained on mobile MTR facilities.
§154.1045
Response plan development and evaluation criteria for facilities that handle, store, or transport Group I through Group IV petroleum oils.
§154.1047
Response plan development and evaluation criteria for facilities that handle, store, or transport Group V petroleum oils.
§154.1050
Training.
§154.1055
Exercises.
§154.1057
Inspection and maintenance of response resources.
§154.1060
Submission and approval procedures.
§154.1065
Plan review and revision procedures.
§154.1070
Deficiencies.
§154.1075
Appeal process.
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Subpart G—ADDITIONAL RESPONSE PLAN REQUIREMENTS FOR A TRANS-ALASKA PIPELINE AUTHORIZATION ACT (TAPAA) FACILITY OPERATING IN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA

§154.1110
Purpose and applicability.
§154.1115
Definitions.
§154.1120
Operating restrictions and interim operating authorization.
§154.1125
Additional response plan requirements.
§154.1130
Requirements for prepositioned response equipment.
§154.1135
Response plan development and evaluation criteria.
§154.1140
TAPAA facility contracting with a vessel.
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Subpart H—RESPONSE PLANS FOR ANIMAL FATS AND VEGETABLE OILS FACILITIES

§154.1210
Purpose and applicability.
§154.1216
Facility classification.
§154.1220
Response plan submission requirements.
§154.1225
Specific response plan development and evaluation criteria and other requirements for fixed facilities that handle, store, or transport animal fats or vegetable oils.
§154.1228
Methods of ensuring the availability of response resources by contract or other approved means.
§154.1240
Specific requirements for animal fats and vegetable oils facilities that could reasonably be expected to cause substantial harm to the environment.
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Subpart I—RESPONSE PLANS FOR OTHER NON-PETROLEUM OIL FACILITIES

§154.1310
Purpose and applicability.
§154.1320
Response plan submission requirements.
§154.1325
Response plan development and evaluation criteria for facilities that handle, store, or transport other non-petroleum oils.
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Subparts J-O [Reserved]

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Subpart P—MARINE VAPOR CONTROL SYSTEMS

General

§154.2000
Applicability.
§154.2001
Definitions.

Certifying Entities

§154.2010
Qualifications for acceptance as a certifying entity.
§154.2011
Application for acceptance as a certifying entity.

Certification, Recertification, and Operational Review

§154.2020
Certification and recertification—owner/operator responsibilities.
§154.2021
Operational review—owner/operator responsibilities.
§154.2022
Certification, recertification, or operational review—certifying entity responsibilities, generally.
§154.2023
Recertification—certifying entity responsibilities, generally.
§154.2024
Operational review—certifying entity responsibilities, generally.
§154.2025
Certification, recertification, or operational review—certifying entity documentation.

Personnel

§154.2030
Transfer facilities.
§154.2031
Tank barge cleaning facilities.

Transfer Facilities—VCS Design and Installation

§154.2100
Vapor control system, general.
§154.2101
Requirements for facility vapor connections.
§154.2102
Facility requirements for vessel liquid overfill protection.
§154.2103
Facility requirements for vessel vapor overpressure and vacuum protection.
§154.2104
Pigging system.
§154.2105
Fire, explosion, and detonation protection.
§154.2106
Detonation arresters installation.
§154.2107
Inerting, enriching, and diluting systems.
§154.2108
Vapor-moving devices.
§154.2109
Vapor recovery and vapor destruction units.
§154.2110
Vapor balancing requirements.
§154.2111
Vapor control system connected to a facility's main vapor control system.
§154.2112
Vapors with potential to polymerize or freeze—Special requirements.
§154.2113
Alkylene oxides—Special requirements.

Transfer Facilities—Operations

§154.2150
General requirements.

Alternative Analyzer and Pressure Sensor Reliability Testing

§154.2180
Alternative testing program—Generally.
§154.2181
Alternative testing program—Test requirements.

Tank Barge Cleaning Facilities—VCS Design and Installation

§154.2200
Applicable transfer facility design and installation requirements.
§154.2201
Vapor control system—general requirements.
§154.2202
Vapor line connections.
§154.2203
Facility requirements for barge vapor overpressure and vacuum protection.
§154.2204
Fire, explosion, and detonation protection.

Tank Barge Cleaning Facilities—Operations

§154.2250
General requirements.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 154—Guidelines for Detonation Flame Arresters
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 154 [Reserved]
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 154—Guidelines for Determining and Evaluating Required Response Resources for Facility Response Plans
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 154—Training Elements for Oil Spill Response Plans


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