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e-CFR Data is current as of April 17, 2014

TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER L—OFFSHORE SUPPLY VESSELS

PART 131—OPERATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS; NOTICE OF CASUALTY AND RECORDS OF VOYAGE

§131.100
Preemptive effect.
§131.101-131.109
[Reserved]
§131.110
Notice and records.
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Subpart B—MARKINGS ON VESSELS

§131.210
Hulls.
§131.220
Drafts.
§131.230
Loadlines and decklines.
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Subpart C—PREPARATIONS FOR EMERGENCIES

§131.310
List of crew members and offshore workers.
§131.320
Safety orientation for offshore workers.
§131.330
Emergency instructions.
§131.340
Recommended placard for emergency instructions.
§131.350
Station bill.
§131.360
Responsibilities of licensed or certificated individuals.
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Subpart D—SUFFICIENCY AND SUPERVISION OF CREW OF SURVIVAL CRAFT

§131.410
Certificate of proficiency.
§131.420
Manning and supervision.
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Subpart E—TESTS, DRILLS, AND INSPECTIONS

§131.505
Steering gear, whistle, and means of communication.
§131.510
Draft and loadline markings.
§131.513
Verification of compliance with applicable stability requirements.
§131.515
Periodic sanitary inspections.
§131.520
Hatches and other openings.
§131.525
Emergency lighting and power.
§131.530
Abandon-ship training and drills.
§131.535
Firefighting training and drills.
§131.540
Operational readiness.
§131.545
Maintenance in general.
§131.550
Maintenance of falls.
§131.555
Spare parts and repair equipment.
§131.560
Weekly tests and inspections.
§131.565
Monthly tests and inspections.
§131.570
Quarterly inspections.
§131.575
Yearly inspections and repair.
§131.580
Servicing of inflatable liferafts, inflatable lifejackets, inflatable buoyant apparatus, and inflated rescue boats.
§131.585
Periodic servicing of hydrostatic-release units.
§131.590
Firefighting equipment.
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Subpart F—LOGS

§131.610
Logbooks and records.
§131.620
Matters that must be logged.
§131.630
Entries in official logbooks.
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Subpart G—WORK VESTS

§131.710
Approved work vests.
§131.720
Use.
§131.730
Shipboard stowage.
§131.740
Shipboard inspections.
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Subpart H—MARKINGS FOR FIRE EQUIPMENT AND EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT

§131.800
General.
§131.805
General alarm bell, switch.
§131.810
General alarm bell.
§131.815
Carbon dioxide and clean agent alarms.
§131.817
Carbon dioxide warning signs.
§131.820
Branch lines of fire-extinguishing system.
§131.825
Fixed fire extinguishing system controls.
§131.830
Fire-hose stations.
§131.835
Portable fire extinguishers.
§131.840
Emergency lighting.
§131.845
Instructions for shift of steering gear.
§131.850
Rudder orders.
§131.855
Lifeboats and rescue boats.
§131.860
Rigid liferafts.
§131.865
Inflatable liferafts and inflatable buoyant apparatus.
§131.870
Life floats and buoyant apparatus.
§131.875
Lifejackets, immersion suits, and ring buoys.
§131.880
Fire hoses and axes.
§131.890
EPIRBs and SARTs.
§131.893
Watertight doors and watertight hatches.
§131.896
Remote stopping-systems.
§131.899
Fire dampers.
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Subpart I—MISCELLANEOUS

§131.905
Statutory penalties.
§131.910
Notices to mariners and aids to navigation.
§131.915
Persons allowed in pilothouse and on navigational bridge.
§131.920
Level of manning.
§131.925
Compliance with provisions of Certificate of Inspection.
§131.930
Display of stability letter.
§131.935
Prevention of oil pollution.
§131.940
Marine sanitation device.
§131.945
Display of plans.
§131.950
Placard on lifesaving signals and helicopter recovery.
§131.955
Display of merchant mariner credential.
§131.960
Use of auto-pilot.
§131.965
Sounding of whistle.
§131.970
Unauthorized lighting.
§131.975
Searchlights.
§131.980
Lookouts and watches.


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