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TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER F—VESSEL OPERATING REGULATIONS

PART 96—RULES FOR THE SAFE OPERATION OF VESSELS AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§96.100
Purpose.
§96.110
Who does this subpart apply to?
§96.120
Definitions.
§96.130
Incorporation by reference.
rule

Subpart B—COMPANY AND VESSEL SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

§96.200
Purpose.
§96.210
Who does this subpart apply to?
§96.220
What makes up a safety management system?
§96.230
What objectives must a safety management system meet?
§96.240
What functional requirements must a safety management system meet?
§96.250
What documents and reports must a safety management system have?
rule

Subpart C—HOW WILL SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS BE CERTIFICATED AND ENFORCED?

§96.300
Purpose.
§96.310
Who does this subpart apply to?
§96.320
What is involved to complete a safety management audit and when is it required to be completed?
§96.330
Document of Compliance certificate: what is it and when is it needed?
§96.340
Safety Management Certificate: what is it and when is it needed?
§96.350
Interim Document of Compliance certificate: what is it and when can it be used?
§96.360
Interim Safety Management Certificate: what is it and when can it be used?
§96.370
What are the requirements for vessels of countries not party to Chapter IX of SOLAS?
§96.380
How will the Coast Guard handle compliance and enforcement of these regulations?
§96.390
When will the Coast Guard deny entry into a U.S. port?
rule

Subpart D—AUTHORIZATION OF RECOGNIZED ORGANIZATIONS TO ACT ON BEHALF OF THE U.S.

§96.400
Purpose.
§96.410
Who does this regulation apply to?
§96.420
What authority may an organization ask for under this regulation?
§96.430
How does an organization submit a request to be authorized?
§96.440
How will the Coast Guard decide whether to approve an organization's request to be authorized?
§96.450
What happens if the Coast Guard disapproves an organization's request to be authorized?
§96.460
How will I know what the Coast Guard requires of my organization if my organization receives authorization?
§96.470
How does the Coast Guard terminate an organization's authorization?
§96.480
What is the status of a certificate if the issuing organization has its authority terminated?
§96.490
What further obligations exist for an organization if the Coast Guard terminates its authorization?
§96.495
How can I appeal a decision made by an authorized organization?


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