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TITLE 46—Shipping

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER C—UNINSPECTED VESSELS

PART 28—REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY VESSELS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§28.10
Authority.
§28.20
OMB control numbers.
§28.30
Applicability; preemptive effect.
§28.40
Incorporation by reference.
§28.50
Definition of terms used in this part.
§28.60
Exemption letter.
§28.65
Termination of unsafe operations.
§28.70
Approved equipment and material.
§28.73
Accepted organizations.
§28.76
Similarly qualified organizations.
§28.80
Report of casualty.
§28.90
Report of injury.
§28.95
Right of appeal.
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Subpart B—REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL VESSELS

§28.100
Applicability.
§28.105
Lifesaving equipment—general requirements.
§28.110
Life preservers or other personal flotation devices.
§28.115
Ring life buoys.
§28.120
Survival craft.
§28.125
Stowage of survival craft.
§28.130
Survival craft equipment.
§28.135
Lifesaving equipment markings.
§28.140
Operational readiness, maintenance, and inspection of lifesaving equipment.
§28.145
Distress signals.
§28.150
Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs).
§28.155
Excess fire detection and protection equipment.
§28.160
Portable fire extinguishers.
§28.165
Injury placard.
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Subpart C—REQUIREMENTS FOR DOCUMENTED VESSELS THAT OPERATE BEYOND THE BOUNDARY LINES OR WITH MORE THAN 16 INDIVIDUALS ON BOARD, OR FOR FISH TENDER VESSELS ENGAGED IN THE ALEUTIAN TRADE

§28.200
Applicability.
§28.205
Fireman's outfits and self-contained breathing apparatus.
§28.210
First aid equipment and training.
§28.215
Guards for exposed hazards.
§28.225
Navigational information.
§28.230
Compasses.
§28.235
Anchors and radar reflectors.
§28.240
General alarm system.
§28.245
Communication equipment.
§28.250
High water alarms.
§28.255
Bilge pumps, bilge piping, and dewatering systems.
§28.260
Electronic position fixing devices.
§28.265
Emergency instructions.
§28.270
Instruction, drills, and safety orientation.
§28.275
Acceptance criteria for instructors and course curricula.
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Subpart D—REQUIREMENTS FOR VESSELS WHICH HAVE THEIR KEEL LAID OR ARE AT A SIMILAR STAGE OF CONSTRUCTION ON OR AFTER OR WHICH UNDERGO A MAJOR CONVERSION COMPLETED ON OR AFTER SEPTEMBER 15, 1991, AND THAT OPERATE WITH MORE THAN 16 INDIVIDUALS ON BOARD

§28.300
Applicability and general requirements.
§28.305
Lifesaving and signaling equipment.
§28.310
Launching of survival craft.
§28.315
Fire pumps, fire mains, fire hydrants, and fire hoses.
§28.320
Fixed gas fire extinguishing systems.
§28.325
Fire detection systems.
§28.330
Galley hood and other fire protection equipment.
§28.335
Fuel systems.
§28.340
Ventilation of enclosed engine and fuel tank spaces.
§28.345
Electrical standards for vessels less than 79 feet (24 meters) in length.
§28.350
General requirements for electrical systems.
§28.355
Main source of electrical power.
§28.360
Electrical distribution systems.
§28.365
Overcurrent protection and switched circuits.
§28.370
Wiring methods and materials.
§28.375
Emergency source of electrical power.
§28.380
General structural fire protection.
§28.385
Structural fire protection for vessels that operate with more than 49 individuals on board.
§28.390
Means of escape.
§28.395
Embarkation stations.
§28.400
Radar and depth sounding devices.
§28.405
Hydraulic equipment.
§28.410
Deck rails, lifelines, storm rails, and hand grabs.
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Subpart E—STABILITY

§28.500
Applicability.
§28.501
Substantial alterations.
§28.505
Vessel owner's responsibility.
§28.510
Definition of stability terms.
§28.515
Submergence test as an alternative to stability calculations.
§§28.520-28.525
[Reserved]
§28.530
Stability instructions.
§28.535
Inclining test.
§28.540
Free surface.
§28.545
Intact stability when using lifting gear.
§28.550
Icing.
§28.555
Freeing ports.
§28.560
Watertight and weathertight integrity.
§28.565
Water on deck.
§28.570
Intact righting energy.
§28.575
Severe wind and roll.
§28.580
Unintentional flooding.
§§28.590-28.630
[Reserved]
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Subpart F—FISH PROCESSING VESSEL

§28.700
Applicability.
§28.710
Examination and certification of compliance.
§28.720
Survey and classification.
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Subpart G—ALEUTIAN TRADE ACT VESSELS

§28.800
Applicability and general requirements.
§28.805
Launching of survival craft.
§28.810
Deck rails, lifelines, storm rails and hand grabs.
§28.815
Bilge pumps, bilge piping, and dewatering systems.
§28.820
Fire pumps, fire mains, fire hydrants, and fire hoses.
§28.825
Excess fire detection and protection equipment.
§28.830
Fire detection system.
§28.835
Fuel systems.
§28.840
Means for stopping pumps, ventilation, and machinery.
§28.845
General requirements for electrical systems.
§28.850
Main source of electrical power.
§28.855
Electrical distribution systems.
§28.860
Overcurrent protection and switched circuits.
§28.865
Wiring methods and materials.
§28.870
Emergency source of electrical power.
§28.875
Radar, depth sounding, and auto-pilot.
§28.880
Hydraulic equipment.
§28.885
Cargo gear.
§28.890
Examination and certification of compliance.
§28.895
Loadlines.
§28.900
Post accident inspection.
§28.905
Repairs and alterations.
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Subpart H—[RESERVED]

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Subpart I—CITIZENSHIP WAIVER PROCEDURES

§28.1100
General.
§28.1105
Request for a waiver.
§28.1110
Waiver approval.
§28.1115
Waiver request and approval records.


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