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

Title 46Chapter ISubchapter I-APart 109


TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER I-A—MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNITS

PART 109—OPERATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§109.101
Applicability.
§109.103
Requirements of the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea, 1974.
§109.105
Incorporation by reference.
§109.107
Designation of master or person in charge.
§109.109
Responsibilities of master or person in charge.
§109.121
Operating manual.
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Subpart B—TESTS, DRILLS, AND INSPECTIONS

§109.201
Steering gear, whistles, general alarm, and means of communication.
§109.203
Sanitation.
§109.205
Inspection of boilers and machinery.
§109.209
Appliances for watertight integrity.
§109.211
Testing of emergency lighting and power systems.
§109.213
Emergency training and drills.
§109.223
Fire fighting equipment.
§109.227
Verification of vessel compliance with applicable stability requirements.
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Subpart C—OPERATION AND STOWAGE OF SAFETY EQUIPMENT

§109.301
Operational readiness, maintenance, and inspection of lifesaving equipment.
§109.323
Manning of survival craft and supervision.
§109.329
Fire pumps.
§109.331
Firehoses and hydrants.
§109.333
Fire main cutoff valves.
§109.334
Working over water.
§109.335
Stowage of work vests.
§109.337
Fireman's outfit.
§109.339
Location of fire axes.
§109.347
Pilot boarding equipment.
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Subpart D—REPORTS, NOTIFICATIONS, AND RECORDS

Reports and Notifications

§109.411
Notice and reporting of casualty.
§109.415
Retention of records after casualty.
§109.419
Report of unsafe machinery.
§109.421
Report of repairs to boilers and pressure vessels.
§109.425
Repairs and alterations: Fire detecting and extinguishing equipment.

Records

§109.431
Logbook.
§109.433
Logbook entries.
§109.435
Record of fire fighting equipment inspection.
§109.437
Crane record book.
§109.439
Crane certificates.
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Subpart E—EMERGENCY SIGNALS

§109.503
Emergency signals.
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Subpart F—CRANES

§109.521
Cranes: General.
§109.525
Cranes: Working loads.
§109.527
Cranes: Operator designation.
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Subpart G—MISCELLANEOUS

§109.555
Propulsion boilers.
§109.557
Flammable and combustible liquids: Carriage.
§109.559
Explosives and radioactive materials.
§109.563
Posting of documents.
§109.564
Maneuvering characteristics.
§109.565
Charts and nautical publications.
§109.573
Riveting, welding, and burning operations.
§109.575
Accumulation of liquids on helicopter decks.
§109.577
Helicopter fueling.
§109.585
Use of auto pilot.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 109—Navigation and Vessel Inspection Circular No. 4-78—Inspection and Certification of Existing Mobile Offshore Drilling Units


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