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33 CFR 105 Maritime security facilites
33 CFR 105.105 APPLICABILITY FOR 105 REGS ANY 126,127,154 FACILITY, FAC THAT RECEIVES VES CERIFICATED TO CARRY MORE THAN 150 PASSENGERS UNLESS THEY DO NOT EMBARK OR DISEMBARK AT THE FAC,FAC THAT RECEIVES SOLAS VESSELS, FAC THAT RECEIVES FOREIGHN CARGO CES GRETER THAN 100 GROSS RESISTER TONS,
33 CFR 105.105 NOT APPLICABLE FOR 105 REGS FAC USED FOR MILITARY, OIL NATURAL GAS EXPLORATION,
FSP GOOD FOR HOW MANY YEARS 5 YEARS 105.120a
CAN THE SAME PERSON BE AN FSO AT ANOTHER FAC YES, PORVIDED THE FAC ARE IN TEH SAME COTP ZONE AND, NOT MORE THAN 50 MILES APART
LOCATION OF FSO'S RESPONSIBILITES 105.205
FACILITY PERSONNEL WITH SECURITY DUTYS CITE 105.210, MUST MAINTAIN A TWIC
105 DRILLS AND EXERCISES REQUIREMENT CITE 105.220
105...WHAT IS A DRILL DONE EVERY 3 MONTHS, TEST INDIVIDUAL ELEMENTS OF THE FSP, IF A VESSEL IS MOORED AT A FAC WHEN A DRILL IS BEING CONDUCTED THEY CAN NOT REQUIRE THE VESSEL TO PARTICIPATE
105...WHAT IS AN EXERCISE CONDUCTED AT LEAST ONCE EACH CALENDER YEAR WITH NO MORE THAN 18 MONTHS BETWEEN EXERCISES BAY BE FULL SCALE OR LIVE, TABLE TOP OR SIMULATED, MUST TEST COMMUNICATION & NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES AND ELEMENTS OF COORDINATION RESOURCE AVAILABILITY AND RESOURCES
105.225 ... RECORD KEEPING REQUIRMENTS MUST BE KEPT FOR 2 YEARS TRAINING, DRILLS AND EXERCISES, INCIDENTS AND BREASCHES OF SCURITY, CHANGES IN MARSCE,MAINTNCE,CALIBRATION, TESTING SECURITY EQUIPMENT,SECURITY THREATS,ANNUAL AUDIT OF FSP
105.225... RECORD KEEPING FOR DOS 90 DAYS AFTER THEEND OF ITS EFFECTIVE PERIOD. 90 DAYS M1, 30 DAYSM2, EACH TIME M3
TO DO WHEN A CHANGE IN MARSEC HAPPENS NOTIFY VESSELS AND CREATE NEW DOS, FAC COMPLIES WITH ADDTIONAL SECURITY MEASURES WITHIN 12 HOURS, NOTIFY CREW WITH CHANGE TO M2,M3
105.235 COMMUNICATIONS EACH ACTIVE FAC ACCESS POINT MUST PROVIDE A MEANS OF CONTACTING EMS,POLICE,MUST HAVE A MEANS FOR BACKUP MEANS FOR BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS
105.260 security measures for restricted areas critical facility infrastructure water supplies telecommunications electiral system access point for ventlaion
FORMAT AND CONTENT OF THE FACILIY SECURITY PLAN 33 CFR 105.405
MIN REQUIRMENT FOR MOBILE FAILITY CONTAINMENT 5 GALLONS
A PIC NEEDS WHAT TRAINING 48 HOURS EXPERIENCE AT TRANSFER OPS, AND THE FACILITY OPERATIOR DETERMINES THAT THE PERSONS EXPERIENCE IS ADEQUATE, AND THE PERSON HAS MET QUALIFICATION 33CFR154.710
HOW OFTEN DOES A QI NEED TO BE AVAILABE 24/7
WHAT ARE THE LIGHTING REQUIRMENTS FORA 154 FACILIYT FIXED LIGHING THAT ADEQUATELY ILLUMINATE THE TRANSFER ARE AND MUST BE SHIELDED SO AS NOT TO BE MISLEAD OR OTHERWISE INTERFERE WITH NAVIGATION ON THE ADJECTIN WATER WAY 154.570
HOW OFTEN DOES A FRP NEED TO BE SUBMITTED 5 YEARS
WHAT IS A FACILITY OF PARTICULAR HAZARD IS A DESIGNATED WATERFRONT FACILITY THAT IS AUTHORIZED TO HANDLE CARGO OF PARTICULAR HAZARD
LHG(WHERE CAN THE TABLE BE FOUND) LIQUID HAZARDOUS GAS 127.005
LNG LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS
WIRING REQUIRMENTS FOR LNG AND LHG LNG (127.113) LHG(127.1113)
WHAT IS A WATERFRONT FACILITY MEANS ALL PIERS WHARVES AND SIMILAR STRUCTURES TO WHICH A VESSEL MAY BE SECURED, AREAS OF LAND AND WATER IN THE IMMEDIATE PROXIMITY BUILDINGS IN THIS AREA 126.3
WHAT ARE THE REQUIRMENTS FOR A DESIGNATED WATER FRONT FACILITY A WATERFRONT FACILITY DESIGNATED UNDER 126.13 FOR HANDLING STORING LOADING AND DISCHARGING ANY HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SET FORTH IN 49CFR PART 170-179 EXCEPT THOSE MATERIALS PRECEDED BY AN a IN TABLE 101 OF 49CFR AND MATERIALS CARRIED AS BULK LIQUIDS 126.3
WHAT SAFETY GEAR IS NEEDED FOR A FACILITY INSPECTION. HARD HAT, PFD, SAFETY GLASSES, MULTI GAS METER
WHAT MANUALS ARE NEEDED FOR AN LHG FAC OPS MANUAL AND EMERGENCY MANUAL
HOW MANY EMERGENCEY OUTFITS ARE NEEDED AT AN LNG FACILITY AT LEAST 2 OR ONE FOR EVERY PERSON WHOSE DUTIES INCLUDE FIGHTING FIRES
WHAT SIZE DOES THE WATER MAIN NEED TO BE AT A LHG FACILITY 2.5 INCHES 127.1507
HOW MAY GAS DETECTORS AT AN LHG 2 PORTABLE OR ONE FIXED 127.1203
WHO HAS TO HAVE A SIGNED COPY OF THE DOI TANKERMAN AND THE PIC
HOW MUCH BOOOM DEEDS TO BE 1 HOUR AWAY AT MONILE AND FIXED FACILITES 1000FT OR TWO TIMES THE LENGTH OF THE LARGES VESSEL 154.1045(C)(1)
WHAT MARKINGS NEED TO BE ON A TRANSFER HOSE WAWP, TEST DATE, FOR WHAT SERVICE
HOW IS A 154 FACILITY PUT INTO CARETAKER STATUS FACILITY OWNER/OPERATOR SENDS A WRITTEN LETTER TO THE COTP REQUESTING TO BE IN CARE TAKER STATUS MUST BE FREE OF ALL OIL OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MUST BE CERIFIED OF BEING GAS FREE AND THAT ALL EQUIPMENT NEAR ANYBODY OF WATER HAS BEEN BLANKED OFF
HOW LONG IS A COA GOOD FOR IT REMAINS CALID UNTIL SUSPENDED, REVOKED, OR NO LONGER APPLIES TO THE PORT OR TERMINAL 158.160(E)
WHAT ARE THE PRODUCTS OF A RECEPTION FACILITY OIL, NLS, GARBAGE (158.135)
HOW LONG IS A COA GOOD FOR IT REMAINS VALID TILL SUSPENDED OR REVOKED OR NO LONGER APPLIES TO THE PORT OR TERMINAL 158.160(E)
HOW LONG DOES THE EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN TAKE 60 SEC BEFORE 11/1/1980 30 SEC AFTER
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR PRESSURE TESTING THE TRANSFER SYSTEM AT A LNG/LHG FAILITY TEST AT 1.1 TIMES THE MAWP AND BE HELD FOR A MINIMUM OF 30 MINS
WHAT IS THE BULK CAPACITY DO WE START REGULATING 154 FACILITES 250 BARRELS (10,500 GAL)
WHERE CAN YOU FIND THE REQUIRMENTS THAT MUST BE ON A DOI? 156.150
REQUIRMENTS FOR ADVANCED NOTICE OF TRANSFERS 4 HOUR BEFORE FOR FACILITIES A THAT ARE MOBILE, ARE IN A REMOTE LOCATION, HAVE PRIOR HISTORY OF OIL OR HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SPILLS OR CONDUCT INFREQUENT TRANSFER OPERATIONS 156.130(A)(2)
WHAT ARE THE MINIMAL REQUIRMENTS FOR WARNINGS SIGNS AND WHERE WE CAN THE REGULATIONS BE FOUND WARNING SIGNS SHALL BE DISPLAYED ON THE FACILITY AT EACH SHORE SIDE ENTRY, DOCK OR BERTH, WITHOUT OBSTRUCTION, AND SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARDS SET FORTH IN 46 CFR 151.45-2(E)(1) FOR 46 CFR 153.955 154.735(V)
WHAT COLORS RESPOND TO MARSEC LEVELS MAR1-GREEN,BLUE,YELLOW MAR2-ORANGE MAR-3 RED 101.205
WHAT IS ASP? ALTERNATIVE SECURITY PROGRAM 105.140
WHAT IS A TSI? TRANSPROTAION SECURITY INCIDENT 101.105
WHAT ARE THE PROCEDURE FORA WAIVER 105.130
WHAT KIND OF FACLILITY ISA PASSENGER TERMAINAL PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY 105
WHAT SIGNS NEED TO BE AT AN ACCESS CONTROL POINT SUBJECT TO SEARCH AND MARSEC LEVEL
WHAT IS UNACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE ANY BAGGGE INCLUDING PERSONAL EFFECTS THAT IS NOT BEING BROUGHT ON BOARD ON BEHALF OF THE PERSON
WHAT IS A FSO FACILITY SECURITY OFFICER 105.205
IS A DOS REQUIRED AT MAR1 YES, IF A FACILITY IS RECEIVING CRUSISE SHIP OR A MANNED VESSEL CARRING CDC'S IN BULY OTHER WISE NO DOS IS REQUIRED
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR BEING REGULATED UNDER 105 105.105
WHERE ARE THE QUALIFIACTIONS FOR THE FSO LOCATED 105.205
HOW MANY BARGES IN A FLEETING AREA CAN ONE TOW BOAT CONTROL ONE PER EVERY 100 BARGES
WHERE ARE SECURITY BREACHES REPORTED NRC
CAN YOU HAVE A CONTIOUS DOS AT MAR1-2 YES MAR1-90DAYS MAR2-30DAYS
WHAT IS A CG 6025 FACIITY VULNERABIITY AND SECURITY MEASURES SUMMARY
WHEN IS A CG6025 COMPLETED WHEN THE FSP IS SUBMITED FOR APPROVAL
WHAT DOES ISPS MEAN INTERNATIONAL SHIP AND PORT FACILITY SECURITY CODE
IF THE COTP DETERMINS THAT A FSP HAS TO BE AMENDED HOW MANY DAYS DOES THE FSO HAVE TO SUBMIT THE AMENDMENTS 60 DAYS 105.415
IS A DOS REQUIRED FOR BARGE CARRING CDC AT MAR1 YES 105.245
WHAT DOCUMENT CAN YOU FIND THE PERCENTAGES FOR SCREEING VEHICLES MARSEC DIRECTIVE 105.3
126 facility water front facility
designated water front facility is a facility designatd under 126.13 for the handling, storing, loadingand discharging of any hazardous materials subject to the dangerous carogos regulations 49cfr170-179
Facility of particular hazard designated waterfront facility thatis authorized to handle a cargo of particular hazard, 1.1 1.2 explisives 5.1 oxidizers
designated dangerous cargo 1.1.1.2 explosives
conditions a designated water front facility must meet. 33 cfr 126.15
conducting hot work 126.30 lines and hoses before conducting welding or hotwork flammable vapors liquids or solids must be completley removed from any container, pipe or transfer line being worked on
conducting hot work 126.30 tanks before conducing welding or hotwork on tanks, tanks used for storage of flammableor cumbustible substances must be tested and certified gas free.
conducting hot work 126.30 all welding and hotwork muse be conducted acording to nfpa 51b
conducint hot work 126.30 prohibited during gas freeing operations w/n 30.5 meters 100ft of bulk cargo operations involving flammable or combustible materials, w/n 30.5 meters 100ft of fueling operations, w/n 30.5 meters 100ft of exp, or w/n 15.25meters 50ft of other haz mat
conducint hot work 126.30 g) If the welding or hotwork is on the boundary of a compartment (i.e., bulkhead, wall, or deck), a fire watch, in addition to that called for in NFPA 51B, must be stationed in the adjoining compartment.
g) If the welding or hotwork is on the boundary of a compartment (i.e., bulkhead, wall, or deck), a fire watch, in addition to that called for in NFPA 51B, must be stationed in the adjoining compartment. Personnel on fire watch must have no other duties except to watch for the presence of fire and to prevent the development of hazardous conditions.If a fire or other hazard occurs, all cutting, welding, or other hotwork equipment must be shut down.
33 cfr 126.15 condition that a designated water front facility must meet Fire extinguishing equipment. Fire ext equipment, such as automatic sprinklers, hydrants,hose connections,and firefighting water supplies must be available and maintained in adequate quantities and locations.Fire extinguishing equipment must meet State an
33 cfr 126.15 condition that a designated water front facility must meet 2) Fire appliances. The location of all fire appliances, such as hydrants, standpipes, hose stations, fire extinguishers, and fire alarm boxes must be conspicuously marked and readily accessible according to NFPA 10, 13, 14, and 307.
33 cfr 126.15 condition that a designated water front facility must meet (3) Warning signs. Warning signs must be constructed and installed according to NFPA 307, chapter 7–8.7.
33 cfr 126.15 condition that a designated water front facility must meet Lighting. If the facility transfers dangerous cargo between sunset and sunrise, it must have outdoor lighting that adequately illuminates the transfer work area.The light must not interfer with navigation
33 cfr 126.15 condition that a designated water front facility must meet (5) International shore connection. If the facility conducts cargo operations involving foreign-flag vessels, the facility must have an international shore connection meeting ASTM F–1121.
33 cfr 126.15 condition that a designated water front facility must meet Material handling equipment,trucks,and other motor vehicles. When dangerous cargo is being transferred or stored on the facility, material handling equipment, trucks, and motor vehicles operated by internal combustion engines must meet of NFPA 307ch9
154.100 Applicability. (a) This part applies to each facility that is capable of transferring oil or hazardous materials, in bulk, to or from a vessel, where the vessel has a total capacity, from a combination of all bulk products carried, of 39.75 cubic meters 250 bbls or more
154.100 This part does not apply to the facility when it is in a caretaker status. This part does not apply to any offshore facility operating under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Department of Interior.
§ 154.110 Letter of intent. The facility operator of any facility must submit a letter of intent to operate a facility or to conduct mobile facility operations to the COTP not less than 60 days before the intended operations unless a shorter period is allowed by the COTP.
§ 154.110 Letter of intent. Previously submitted letters of intent need not be resubmitted.
154.110 The letter of intent required by paragraph (a) of this section may be in any form but must contain: The names,addresses,and telephone numbers of the facility operator and the facility owner2The name,address,and telephone number of the facility or,in the case of a mobile facility,the dispatching office;3Except for a mobile facility,the geographical locat
a barrel is equal to 42 US gallons
154.107 the COTP may consider and aprove alternative procedures, methods, or equipment standards to be used by a facility operator in lieu of any requirments.
154.108 who issues exemtions for facilites assistant commandant for marine safety
154.300 Operations Manual: General the facility operator must submit with the letter of intent two copies of an operations manual
154.300 Ops Manual once approved by CG it gets stamped " Examined by the coast guard"
154.500 hose assemblies must be marked with "OIL SERVICE""HAZMAT SERVICE-SEE LIST" and MAWP and have date of manufacure and date of latest test pressure,
154.510 loading arms each arum used for transferring material must have a means of being drained or closed before being disconected after transfer operations are completed
154.520 closure devices each facility must have enough enough butterfly valves, wafer-type resilient seated valves, blank flanges, or other means acceptable to blank off hoses or loading not connected for the transfer of materal
154.520 closure devices a new unsued hose and a hose that has been cleaned and is gas free is exempt from having a closure device
154.525 monitoring devices might be required if the enviromental sensitivity of the area requires added protection, products transereed at the facility pose a siginficant threat to the enviroment or the size or complexity of the transfer operation poses a sigificant potential for a discharge or release
154.530 small discharge containment. each hose connectin manifold area; and under each hose connection that wil be coupled or uncoupled as part of the transfer operation during coupling uncoupling and transfer
154.530 How many bbls if a hose of 6inch diameter or smaller or loading ares of 6in nominal piep size diameter or smaller 2 bbls
154.530 how many bbls if a hose serves one or more hoses with a inside diamerter of more than 6 but less than 12 inches or loading arm with the same 3 bbls
if a hose serves one or mores hoses of 12 inch or larger inside diameter 4 bbls
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