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Title 49Subtitle BChapter ISubchapter CPart 176


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION

CHAPTER I—PIPELINE AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SAFETY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER C—HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REGULATIONS

PART 176—CARRIAGE BY VESSEL

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§176.1
Purpose and scope.
§176.2
Definitions.
§176.3
Unacceptable hazardous materials shipments.
§176.4
Port security and safety regulations.
§176.5
Application to vessels.
§176.7
Documentation for vessel personnel.
§176.9
“Order-Notify” or “C.O.D.” shipments.
§176.11
Exceptions.
§176.13
Responsibility for compliance and training.
§176.15
Enforcement.
§176.18
Assignment and certification.
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Subpart B—GENERAL OPERATING REQUIREMENTS

§176.24
Shipping papers.
§176.27
Certificate.
§176.30
Dangerous cargo manifest.
§176.31
Special permits.
§176.36
Preservation of records.
§176.39
Inspection of cargo.
§176.45
Emergency situations.
§176.48
Situation requiring report.
§176.50
Acceptance of damaged or leaking packages.
§176.52
Rejections of shipments in violation.
§176.54
Repairs involving welding, burning, and power-actuated tools and appliances.
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Subpart C—GENERAL HANDLING AND STOWAGE

§176.57
Supervision of handling and stowage.
§176.58
Preparation of the vessel.
§176.60
“No Smoking” signs.
§176.63
Stowage locations.
§176.65
Alternative stowage procedures.
§176.69
General stowage requirements for hazardous materials.
§176.70
Stowage requirements for marine pollutants.
§176.72
Handling of break-bulk hazardous materials.
§176.74
On deck stowage of break-bulk hazardous materials.
§176.76
Transport vehicles, freight containers, and portable tanks containing hazardous materials.
§176.77
Stowage of barges containing hazardous materials on board barge-carrying vessels.
§176.78
Use of power-operated industrial trucks on board vessels.
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Subpart D—GENERAL SEGREGATION REQUIREMENTS

§176.80
Applicability.
§176.83
Segregation.
§176.84
Other requirements for stowage and segregation for cargo vessels and passenger vessels.
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Subpart E—SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORT VEHICLES LOADED WITH HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND TRANSPORTED ON BOARD FERRY VESSELS

§176.88
Applicability.
§176.89
Control of transport vehicles.
§176.90
Private automobiles.
§176.91
Motorboats.
§176.92
Cylinders laden in vehicles.
§176.93
Vehicles having refrigerating or heating equipment.
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Subpart F—SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BARGES

§176.95
Applicability.
§176.96
Materials of construction.
§176.97
Prohibition of dump scows.
§176.98
Stowage of hazardous materials on board barges.
§176.99
Permit requirements for certain hazardous materials.
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Subpart G—DETAILED REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS 1 (EXPLOSIVE) MATERIALS

§176.100
Permit for Divisions 1.1 and 1.2 (explosive) materials.
§176.102
Supervisory detail.
§176.104
Loading and unloading Class 1 (explosive) materials.
§176.108
Supervision of Class 1 (explosive) materials during loading, unloading, handling and stowage.

Stowage

§176.112
Applicability.
§176.116
General stowage conditions for Class 1 (explosive) materials.
§176.118
Electrical requirement.
§176.120
Lightning protection.
§§176.122-176.124
[Reserved]
§§176.128-176.136
[Reserved]
§176.137
Portable magazine.
§176.138
Deck stowage.

Segregation

§176.140
Segregation from other classes of hazardous materials.
§176.142
Reserved]
§176.144
Segregation of Class 1 (explosive) materials.
§176.145
Segregation in single hold vessels.
§176.146
Segregation from non-hazardous materials.

Precautions During Loading and Unloading

§176.148
Artificial lighting.
§176.150
Radio and radar.
§176.154
Fueling (bunkering).
§176.156
Defective packages.
§176.160
Protection against weather.
§176.162
Security.
§176.164
Fire precautions and firefighting.

Passenger Vessels

§176.166
Transport of Class 1 (explosive) materials on passenger vessels.

Cargo Transport Units and Shipborne Barges

§176.168
Transport of Class 1 (explosive) materials in vehicle spaces.
§176.170
Transport of Class 1 (explosive) materials in freight containers.
§176.172
Structural serviceability of freight containers and vehicles carrying Class 1 (explosive) materials on ships.
§176.174
Transport of Class 1 (explosive) materials in shipborne barges.

Handling Class 1 (Explosive) Materials in Port

§176.176
Signals.
§176.178
Mooring lines.
§176.180
Watchkeeping.
§176.182
Conditions for handling on board ship.
§176.184
Class 1 (explosive) materials of Compatibility Group L.
§176.190
Departure of vessel.
§176.192
Cargo handling equipment for freight containers carrying Class 1 (explosive) materials.

Magazine Vessels

§176.194
Stowage of Class 1 (explosive) materials on magazine vessels.
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Subpart H—DETAILED REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS 2 (COMPRESSED GAS) MATERIALS

§176.200
General stowage requirements.
§176.205
Under deck stowage requirements.
§176.210
On deck stowage requirements.
§176.220
Smoking or open flame and posting of warning signs.
§176.225
Stowage of chlorine.
§176.230
Stowage of Division 2.1 (flammable gas) materials.
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Subpart I—DETAILED REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS 3 (FLAMMABLE) AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID MATERIALS

§176.305
General stowage requirements.
§176.315
Fire protection requirements.
§176.320
Use of hand flashlights.
§176.325
Smoking or open flame and posting of warning signs.
§176.340
Combustible liquids in portable tanks.
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Subpart J—DETAILED REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS 4 (FLAMMABLE SOLIDS), CLASS 5 (OXIDIZERS AND ORGANIC PEROXIDES), AND DIVISION 1.5 MATERIALS

§176.400
Stowage of Division 1.5, Class 4 (flammable solids) and Class 5 (oxidizers and organic peroxides) materials.
§176.405
Stowage of charcoal.
§176.410
Division 1.5 materials, ammonium nitrate and ammonium nitrate mixtures.
§176.415
Permit requirements for Division 1.5, ammonium nitrates, and certain ammonium nitrate fertilizers.
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Subpart K—[RESERVED]

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Subpart L—DETAILED REQUIREMENTS FOR DIVISION 2.3 (POISONOUS GAS) AND DIVISION 6.1 (POISONOUS) MATERIALS

§176.600
General stowage requirements.
§176.605
Care following leakage or sifting of Division 2.3 (poisonous gas) and Division 6.1 (poisonous) materials.
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Subpart M—DETAILED REQUIREMENTS FOR RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS

§176.700
General stowage requirements.
§176.704
Requirements relating to transport indices and criticality safety indices.
§176.708
Segregation distances.
§176.710
Care following leakage or sifting of radioactive materials.
§176.715
Contamination control.
§176.720
Requirements for carriage of INF cargo in international transportation.
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Subpart N—DETAILED REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS 8 (CORROSIVE MATERIALS) MATERIALS

§176.800
General stowage requirements.
§176.805
On deck stowage.
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Subpart O—SUBPART O—DETAILED REQUIREMENTS FOR COTTON AND VEGETABLE FIBERS, MOTOR VEHICLES, POLYMERIC BEADS, AND PLASTIC MOLDING COMPOUNDS

§176.900
Packaging and stowage of cotton and vegetable fibers; general.
§176.901
Stowage of cotton or vegetable fibers with rosin or pitch.
§176.903
Stowage of cotton or vegetable fibers with coal.
§176.905
Stowage of motor vehicles or mechanical equipment.
§176.907
Polymeric Beads and Plastic Molding Compounds.


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