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Title 46Chapter ISubchapter APart 4


TITLE 46—Shipping

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER A—PROCEDURES APPLICABLE TO THE PUBLIC

PART 4—MARINE CASUALTIES AND INVESTIGATIONS

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Subpart 4.01—AUTHORITY AND SCOPE OF REGULATIONS

§4.01-1
Scope of regulation.
§4.01-3
Reporting exclusion.
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Subpart 4.03—DEFINITIONS

§4.03-1
Marine casualty or accident.
§4.03-2
Serious marine incident.
§4.03-4
Individual directly involved in a serious marine incident.
§4.03-5
Medical facility.
§4.03-6
Qualified medical personnel.
§4.03-7
Chemical test.
§4.03-10
Party in interest.
§4.03-15
Commandant.
§4.03-20
Coast Guard district.
§4.03-25
District Commander.
§4.03-30
Investigating officer.
§4.03-35
Nuclear vessel.
§4.03-40
Public vessels.
§4.03-45
Marine employer.
§4.03-50
Recreational vessel.
§4.03-55
Law enforcement officer.
§4.03-60
Noxious liquid substance (NLS).
§4.03-65
Significant harm to the environment.
§4.03-70
Tank vessel.
§4.03-75
Merchant mariner credential and credential.
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Subpart 4.04—NOTICE OF POTENTIAL VESSEL CASUALTY

§4.04-1
Reports of potential vessel casualty.
§4.04-3
Reports of lack of vessel communication.
§4.04-5
Substance of reports.
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Subpart 4.05—NOTICE OF MARINE CASUALTY AND VOYAGE RECORDS

§4.05-1
Notice of marine casualty.
§4.05-2
Incidents involving foreign tank vessels.
§4.05-5
Substance of marine casualty notice.
§4.05-10
Written report of marine casualty.
§4.05-12
Alcohol or drug use by individuals directly involved in casualties.
§4.05-15
Voyage records, retention of.
§4.05-20
Report of accident to aid to navigation.
§4.05-25
Reports when state of war exists.
§4.05-30
Incidents involving hazardous materials.
§4.05-35
Incidents involving nuclear vessels.
§4.05-40
Alternate electronic means of reporting.
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Subpart 4.06—MANDATORY CHEMICAL TESTING FOLLOWING SERIOUS MARINE INCIDENTS INVOLVING VESSELS IN COMMERCIAL SERVICE

§4.06-1
Responsibilities of the marine employer.
§4.06-3
Requirements for alcohol and drug testing following a serious marine incident.
§4.06-5
Responsibility of individuals directly involved in serious marine incidents.
§4.06-15
Accessibility of chemical testing devices.
§4.06-20
Specimen collection requirements.
§4.06-30
Specimen collection in incidents involving fatalities.
§4.06-40
Specimen handling and shipping.
§4.06-50
Specimen analysis and follow-up procedures.
§4.06-60
Submission of reports and test results.
§4.06-70
Penalties.
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Subpart 4.07—INVESTIGATIONS

§4.07-1
Commandant or District Commander to order investigation.
§4.07-5
Investigating officers, powers of.
§4.07-7
Opening statement.
§4.07-10
Report of investigation.
§4.07-15
Recommendations, action on.
§4.07-20
Transfer of jurisdiction.
§4.07-25
Testimony of witnesses in other districts, depositions.
§4.07-30
Testimony of witnesses under oath.
§4.07-35
Counsel for witnesses and parties in interest.
§4.07-45
Foreign units of Coast Guard, investigation by.
§4.07-55
Information to be furnished Marine Board of Investigation.
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Subpart 4.09—MARINE BOARD OF INVESTIGATION

§4.09-1
Commandant to designate.
§4.09-5
Powers of Marine Board of Investigation.
§4.09-10
Witnesses, payment of.
§4.09-15
Time and place of investigation, notice of; rights of witnesses, etc.
§4.09-17
Sessions to be public.
§4.09-20
Record of proceedings.
§4.09-25
U.S. Attorney to be notified.
§4.09-30
Action on report.
§4.09-35
Preferment of charges.
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Subpart 4.11—WITNESSES AND WITNESS FEES

§4.11-1
Employees of vessels controlled by Army or Navy as witnesses.
§4.11-5
Coercion of witnesses.
§4.11-10
Witness fees and allowances.
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Subpart 4.12—TESTIMONY BY INTERROGATORIES AND DEPOSITIONS

§4.12-1
Application, procedure, and admissibility.
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Subpart 4.13—AVAILABILITY OF RECORDS

§4.13-1
Public availability of records.
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Subpart 4.19—CONSTRUCTION OF REGULATIONS AND RULES OF EVIDENCE

§4.19-1
Construction of regulations.
§4.19-5
Adherence to rules of evidence.
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Subpart 4.21—COMPUTATION OF TIME

§4.21-1
Computation of time.
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Subpart 4.23—EVIDENCE OF CRIMINAL LIABILITY

§4.23-1
Evidence of criminal liability.
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Subpart 4.40—COAST GUARD—NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD MARINE CASUALTY INVESTIGATIONS

§4.40-1
Purpose.
§4.40-3
Relationship to Coast Guard marine investigation regulations and procedures.
§4.40-5
Definitions.
§4.40-10
Preliminary investigation by the Coast Guard.
§4.40-15
Marine casualty investigation by the Board.
§4.40-20
Cause or probable cause determinations from Board investigation.
§4.40-25
Coast Guard marine casualty investigation for the Board.
§4.40-30
Procedures for Coast Guard investigation.
§4.40-35
Records of the Coast Guard and the Board.


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