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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter OPart 155


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

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

SUBCHAPTER O—POLLUTION

PART 155—OIL OR HAZARDOUS MATERIAL POLLUTION PREVENTION REGULATIONS FOR VESSELS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§155.100
Applicability.
§155.110
Definitions.
§155.120
Equivalents.
§155.130
Exemptions.
§155.140
Incorporation by reference.
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Subpart B—VESSEL EQUIPMENT

§155.200
Definitions.
§155.205
Discharge removal equipment for vessels 400 feet or greater in length.
§155.210
Discharge removal equipment for vessels less than 400 feet in length.
§155.215
Discharge removal equipment for inland oil barges.
§155.220
Discharge removal equipment for vessels carrying oil as secondary cargo.
§155.225
Internal cargo transfer capability.
§155.230
Emergency control systems for tank barges.
§155.235
Emergency towing capability for oil tankers.
§155.240
Damage stability information for oil tankers and offshore oil barges.
§155.245
Damage stability information for inland oil barges.
§155.310
Containment of oil and hazardous material cargo discharges.
§155.320
Fuel oil and bulk lubricating oil discharge containment.
§155.330
Oily mixture (bilge slops)/fuel oil tank ballast water discharges on U.S. non-oceangoing ships.
§155.350
Oily mixture (bilge slops)/fuel oil tank ballast water discharges on oceangoing ships of less than 400 gross tons.
§155.360
Oily mixture (bilge slops) discharges on oceangoing ships of 400 gross tons and above but less than 10,000 gross tons, excluding ships that carry ballast water in their fuel oil tanks.
§155.370
Oily mixture (bilge slops)/fuel oil tank ballast water discharges on oceangoing ships of 10,000 gross tons and above and oceangoing ships of 400 gross tons and above that carry ballast water in their fuel oil tanks.
§155.380
Oily water separating equipment and bilge alarm approval standards.
§155.400
Platform machinery space drainage on oceangoing fixed and floating drilling rigs and other platforms.
§155.410
Pumping, piping and discharge requirements for non-oceangoing ships of 100 gross tons and above.
§155.420
Pumping, piping and discharge requirements for oceangoing ships of 100 gross tons and above but less than 400 gross tons.
§155.430
Standard discharge connections for oceangoing ships of 400 gross tons and above.
§155.440
Segregation of fuel oil and ballast water on new oceangoing ships of 4,000 gross tons and above, other than oil tankers, and on new oceangoing oil tankers of 150 gross tons and above.
§155.450
Placard.
§155.470
Prohibited spaces.
§155.480
Overfill devices.
§155.490
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—TRANSFER PERSONNEL, PROCEDURES, EQUIPMENT, AND RECORDS

§155.700
Designation of person in charge.
§155.710
Qualifications of person in charge.
§155.715
Contents of letter of designation as a person-in-charge of the transfer of fuel oil.
§155.720
Transfer procedures.
§155.730
Compliance with transfer procedures.
§155.740
Availability of transfer procedures.
§155.750
Contents of transfer procedures.
§155.760
Amendment of transfer procedures.
§155.770
Draining into bilges.
§155.775
Maximum cargo level of oil.
§155.780
Emergency shutdown.
§155.785
Communications.
§155.790
Deck lighting.
§155.800
Transfer hose.
§155.805
Closure devices.
§155.810
Tank vessel security.
§155.815
Tank vessel integrity.
§155.820
Records.
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Subpart D—TANK VESSEL RESPONSE PLANS FOR OIL

§155.1010
Purpose.
§155.1015
Applicability.
§155.1020
Definitions.
§155.1025
Operating restrictions and interim operating authorization.
§155.1026
Qualified individual and alternate qualified individual.
§155.1030
General response plan requirements.
§155.1035
Response plan requirements for manned vessels carrying oil as a primary cargo.
§155.1040
Response plan requirements for unmanned tank barges carrying oil as a primary cargo.
§155.1045
Response plan requirements for vessels carrying oil as a secondary cargo.
§155.1050
Response plan development and evaluation criteria for vessels carrying groups I through IV petroleum oil as a primary cargo.
§155.1052
Response plan development and evaluation criteria for vessels carrying group V petroleum oil as a primary cargo.
§155.1055
Training.
§155.1060
Exercises.
§155.1062
Inspection and maintenance of response resources.
§155.1065
Procedures for plan submission, approval, requests for acceptance of alternative planning criteria, and appeal.
§155.1070
Procedures for plan review, revision, amendment, and appeal.
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Subpart E—ADDITIONAL RESPONSE PLAN REQUIREMENTS FOR TANKERS LOADING CARGO AT A FACILITY PERMITTED UNDER THE TRANS-ALASKA PIPELINE AUTHORIZATION ACT

§155.1110
Purpose and applicability.
§155.1115
Definitions.
§155.1120
Operating restrictions and interim operating authorization.
§155.1125
Additional response plan requirements.
§155.1130
Requirements for prepositioned response equipment.
§155.1135
Response plan development and evaluation criteria.
§155.1145
Submission and approval procedures.
§155.1150
Plan revision and amendment procedures.
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Subpart F—RESPONSE PLAN REQUIREMENTS FOR VESSELS CARRYING ANIMAL FATS AND VEGETABLE OILS AS A PRIMARY CARGO

§155.1210
Purpose and applicability.
§155.1225
Response plan submission requirements.
§155.1230
Response plan development and evaluation criteria.
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Subpart G—RESPONSE PLAN REQUIREMENTS FOR VESSELS CARRYING OTHER NON-PETROLEUM OILS AS A PRIMARY CARGO

§155.2210
Purpose and applicability.
§155.2225
Response plan submission requirements.
§155.2230
Response plan development and evaluation criteria.
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Subpart H—[RESERVED]

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Subpart I—SALVAGE AND MARINE FIREFIGHTING

§155.4010
Purpose of this subpart.
§155.4015
Vessel owners and operators who must follow this subpart.
§155.4020
Complying with this subpart.
§155.4025
Definitions.
§155.4030
Required salvage and marine firefighting services to list in response plans.
§155.4032
Other resource provider considerations.
§155.4035
Required pre-incident information and arrangements for the salvage and marine firefighting resource providers listed in response plans.
§155.4040
Response times for each salvage and marine firefighting service.
§155.4045
Required agreements or contracts with the salvage and marine firefighting resource providers.
§155.4050
Ensuring that the salvors and marine firefighters are adequate.
§155.4052
Drills and exercises.
§155.4055
Temporary waivers from meeting one or more of the specified response times.
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Subpart J—NONTANK VESSEL RESPONSE PLANS

§155.5010
Purpose.
§155.5012
Deviation from response plan.
§155.5015
Applicability.
§155.5020
Definitions.
§155.5021
Operating restrictions.
§155.5023
Interim operating authorization.
§155.5025
One-time port waiver.
§155.5026
Qualified individual and alternate qualified individual.
§155.5030
Nontank vessel response plan requirements: General content.
§155.5035
Nontank vessel response plan requirements: Specific content.
§155.5050
Response plan development and evaluation criteria for nontank vessels carrying groups I through IV petroleum oil.
§155.5052
Response plan development and evaluation criteria for nontank vessels carrying group V petroleum oil.
§155.5055
Training.
§155.5060
Exercises.
§155.5061
Alternative Training and Exercise Program.
§155.5062
Inspection and maintenance of response resources.
§155.5065
Procedures for plan submission and approval.
§155.5067
Alternative planning criteria.
§155.5070
Procedures for plan review, revision, and amendment.
§155.5075
Appeal procedures.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 155—Specifications for Shore Connection
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 155—Determining and Evaluating Required Response Resources for Vessel Response Plans
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 155—Training Elements for Oil Spill Response Plans


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