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§155.770 33 CFR Ch. I (7111 Edition)

Subpart DTank Vessel Response Plans for Oil SOURCE CGD 91034, 61 FR 1081, Jan. 12, 1996, unless otherwise noted. §155.1010 Purpose. The purpose of this subpart is to es-tablish requirements for oil spill re-sponse plans for certain vessels. The planning criteria in this subpart are in-tended for use in response plan develop-(grade)33 CFR § 155.1030 - General response plan requirements 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR) Title 33 - Navigation and Navigable Waters; CHAPTER I - COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY; SUBCHAPTER O - POLLUTION; PART 155 - OIL OR HAZARDOUS MATERIAL POLLUTION PREVENTION REGULATIONS FOR VESSELS; Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil § 155.1030 General response plan 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (grade)33 CFR § 155.1052 Response plan development and (steel)(g) The owner or operator of a vessel carrying group V petroleum oil as a primary cargo shall identify in the response plan and ensure the availability of certain resources required by §§ 155.1035(c)(5)(ii) and 155.1040(c)(5)(i), as applicable, through contract or other approved means.

33 CFR § 155.5015 Applicability - Code of Federal Regulations

(3) Vessels that carry oil as a primary cargo and are required to submit a vessel response plan (VRP) in accordance with 33 CFR part 155, subpart D; (4) Vessels constructed or operated in such a manner that no oil in any form can be carried onboard as fuel for propulsion or cargo;(grade)33 CFR § 155.5035 - Nontank vessel response plan 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)(2) The preamble statement regarding the purpose of the plans and how the plan relates to other shore-related plans as required by 33 CFR 151.26(b)(2); (3) The information on authorities or persons to be contacted in the event of an oil pollution incident as required 33 CFR (grade)33 CFR §154 Facilities Transferring Oil Or Hazardous 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)Subpart G - Additional Response Plan Requirements for a Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act (TAPAA) Facility Operating in Prince William Sound, Alaska 33

33 CFR 155.1045 - Response plan requirements for vessels 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil

Jan 19, 2021All Titles Title 33 Chapter I Part 155 Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil Collapse to view only § 155.1045 - Response plan requirements for vessels carrying oil as a secondary cargo. § 155.1010 - Purpose. The purpose of this subpart is to establish requirements for oil spill response plans for certain vessels.(grade)33 CFR 155.1050 - Response plan development and (steel)(3) The owner or operator of a vessel conducting transfer operations at a facility required to submit a response plan under 33 CFR 154.1017 is required to plan for and identify the response resources required in paragraph (d)(1) of this section. However, the owner or operator is not required to ensure by contract or other means the availability 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (grade)33 CFR 155.1052 - Response plan development and (steel)All Titles Title 33 Chapter I Part 155 Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil View all text of Subpart D [§ 155.1010 - § 155.1070] § 155.1052 - Response plan development and evaluation criteria for vessels carrying group V petroleum oil as a primary cargo.

33 CFR 155.1052 - Response plan development and

Provides the text of the 33 CFR 155.1052 - Response plan development and evaluation criteria for vessels carrying group V petroleum oil as a primary cargo. (CFR).(grade)33 CFR 155.4030 - Required salvage and marine firefighting 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)Feb 16, 2021(a) The purpose of this subpart is to establish vessel response plan salvage and marine firefighting requirements for vessels, that are carrying group I-IV oils, and that are required by §§ 155.1015 and 155.5015 to have a vessel response plan. (b) Salvage and marine firefighting actions can save lives and property, and prevent the escalation of potential oil (grade)33 CFR 155.5015 - Applicability.(steel)(3) Vessels that carry oil as a primary cargo and are required to submit a vessel response plan (VRP) in accordance with 33 CFR part 155, subpart D; (4) Vessels constructed or operated in such a manner that no oil in any form can be carried onboard as fuel for propulsion or cargo;

33 CFR 155.5050 - Response plan development and

(3) Vessels that carry oil as a primary cargo and are required to submit a vessel response plan (VRP) in accordance with 33 CFR part 155, subpart D; (4) Vessels constructed or operated in such a manner that no oil in any form can be carried onboard as fuel for propulsion or cargo; (5) Permanently moored craft; and (6) Inactive vessels.(grade)33 CFR 155.5050 - Response plan development and (steel)The vessel response plan must identify a qualified individual and at least one alternate who meet the requirements of 33 CFR 155.1026. The qualified individual or alternate qualified individual must be available on a 24-hour basis. § 155.5030 - Nontank vessel response plan requirements General content.(grade)33 CFR Appendix D Training Elements for Oil Spill Response 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)Jun 02, 20201. General. 1.1 The portion of the plan dealing with training is one of the key elements of a response plan. This concept is clearly expressed by the fact that Congress, in writing OPA 90, specifically included training as one of the sections required in a vessel or facility response plan.

33 CFR Appendix D Training Elements for Oil Spill Response 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil

Jun 02, 20201. General. 1.1 The portion of the plan dealing with training is one of the key elements of a response plan. This concept is clearly expressed by the fact that Congress, in writing OPA 90, specifically included training as one of the sections required in a vessel or facility response plan.(grade)33 CFR Part 155 - OIL OR HAZARDOUS MATERIAL (steel)Subpart C - Transfer Personnel, Procedures, Equipment, and Records (§§ 155.700 - 155.820) Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (§§ 155.1010 - 155.1070) Subpart E - Additional Response Plan Requirements for Tankers Loading Cargo at a Facility Permitted Under the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act (§§ 155.1110 - 155.1150)(grade)33 CFR Part 155 Applicability Chart for Floating OCS 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)Apr 12, 2019155.810 Tank vessel security X FOFs are not tank vessels 155.815 Tank vessel integrity X FOFs are not tank vessels 155.820 Records X Based on the definition of ship Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil X FOFs do not carry cargo Subpart E Additional Response Plan Requirements for Tankers Loading

33 CFR Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil

33 CFR Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil. § 155.1010 Purpose. § 155.1015 Applicability. § 155.1020 Definitions. § 155.1025 Operating restrictions and interim operating authorization. § 155.1026 Qualified individual and alternate qualified individual. § 155.1030 General response plan requirements.(grade)33 CFR, Pt 154, (Title 33, NAVIGABLE WATERS), PART 154 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)33 cfr, pt 154 title 33--navigation and navigable waters chapter i--coast guard, department of homeland security subchapter o--pollution part 154--facilities transferring oil or hazardous material in bulk subpart a--general sec. 154.100 applicability. 154.105 definitions.(grade)Alternative Planning Criteria for Tank Vessels (steel)33 CFR 155 Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans , established requirements for oil spill response plans for vessels that are constructed or adapted to carry, or that carries, oil in bulk as cargo or oil cargo residue per calling on a U. S. port per 33 CFR §155.1015. The planning criteria

Code of Federal Regulations > Title 33 > Chapter I > Part 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil

U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Regulations most recently checked for updates Jul 16, 2020 All Titles Title 33 Chapter I Part 155 Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil(grade)Electronic Code of Federal Regulations(steel)Subpart DTank Vessel Response Plans for Oil §155.1010 Purpose. §155.1015 Applicability. §155.1020 Definitions. §155.1025 Operating restrictions and interim operating authorization. §155.1026 Qualified individual and alternate qualified individual. §155.1030 General response plan requirements.(grade)Federal Register : Nontank Vessel Response Plans and 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)Table of Contents For PreambleI. AbbreviationsII. Executive Summary and Regulatory HistoryIII. Basis and PurposeIV. Backgroundv. Summary of Changes from NPRMVI. Discussion of Comments and ChangesVII. Incorporation by ReferenceVIII. Regulatory AnalysesI. Abbreviations II. Executive Summary and Regulatory History A. Executive Summary 1. Purpose and authority 2. Overview of the rule 3. Costs and benefits B. Regulatory History III. Basis and Purpose IV. Background V. Summary of Changes from NPRM VI. Discussion of Comments and Changes A. Regulatory Text Comments 1. Applicability§§151.09, 155.5015 2. Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP)§§151.09, 155.5030(h) 3. Annual review§§151.28, 15See more on federalregister.gov33 CFR §155 Oil Or Hazardous Material Pollution Prevention 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)Appendix B to Part 155 - Determining and Evaluating Required Response Resources for Vessel Response Plans 33:2.0.1.5.24.12.179.1.7 APPENDIX Appendix C Appendix C to Part 155 - Training Elements for Oil Spill Response Plans ©

Federal Register : Tank Vessel Response Plans for 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil

The Clean Water Act, as amended by section 4202(a)(6) of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA 90), requires owners or operators of tank vessels, offshore facilities, and onshore facilities to prepare response plans to mitigate spills of both oils and hazardous substances. These plans must address measures to respond, to the maximum extent 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (grade)Federal Register : Tank Vessel Response Plans for 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)The Clean Water Act, as amended by section 4202(a)(6) of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA 90), requires owners or operators of tank vessels, offshore facilities, and onshore facilities to prepare response plans to mitigate spills of both oils and hazardous substances. These plans must address measures to respond, to the maximum extent 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (grade)If there is a discrepancy between this document and the 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)place to and from vessels for the purposes of 33 CFR Part 155, Subpart J. 16. Revises the definition for worst case discharge (WCD) to maintain alignment between new Subpart J and tank regulations in 33 CFR Part 155, Subpart D. The Coast Guard may change these requirements in a future rulemaking.

NPFC Laws and Regulations

33 U.S.C. 1251-1387. The Clean Water Act (CWA), as amended by the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, provides the basic statutory authority for pollution prevention, contingency planning, and response activities within the 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone for oil and hazardous substances. CERCLA . 42 U.S.C. 9601-9675(grade)Nontank Vessel Response Plans (NTVRP) Frequently (steel)Nontank vessel owners or operators are required to complete an oil spill response plan review annually, but it does not need to be reported to the Coast Guard. [33 CFR.155.5070(a)] Plans must be revised and amended in accordance with 33 CFR 155.1070. (January 27, 2014) APPLICABILITY OF NONTANK VESSEL RESPONSE PLAN REGULATIONS 1.(grade)One-Time Port Waivers for VRP and NTVRP General (steel)comply with the requirements in 33 CFR 155 subpart D (Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil). Similar provisions exist for NTVRP under 33 CFR 155 subpart J, which apply to each self-propelled vessel that (1) carries oil of any kind as fuel for main propulsion; (2) is not a tank vessel or is not certificated as a tank vessel;

SUBPART - Response Plans for Oil Facilities

(d) For an MTR facility identified in § 154.1015(c) of this subpart that is also required to prepare a response plan under 40 CFR part 112, if the COTP determines that the plan meets all applicable requirements and the EPA Regional Administrator raises no objection to the response plan contents, the COTP will notify the facility owner or 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (grade)Salvage and Marine Firefighting Requirements; Vessel 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil (steel)Sep 03, 2010This final rule amended the vessel response plan salvage and marine firefighting requirements for tank vessels carrying oil. Those revisions clarified the salvage and marine firefighting services that must be identified in vessel response plans and set new response time requirements for each of the required salvage and marine firefighting services.(grade)Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.

Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.Code of Federal Regulations > Title 33 > Chapter I > Part 33 CFR Subpart D Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil

U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Regulations most recently checked for updates Jul 16, 2020 All Titles Title 33 Chapter I Part 155 Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil(grade)Title 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters PART (steel)REGULATIONS FOR VESSELS Subpart DTank Vessel Response Plans for Oil § 155.1015 Applicability. (a) Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, this subpart applies to each vessel that is constructed or adapted to carry, or that carries, oil in bulk as cargo or oil cargo residue, and that (1) Is a vessel of the United States;(grade)Title 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters PART (steel)Title 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters PART 155OIL OR HAZARDOUS MATERIAL POLLUTION PREVENTION REGULATIONS FOR VESSELS Subpart DTank Vessel Response Plans for Oil. § 155.1015 Applicability. (a) Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, this subpart applies to each vessel that is constructed or adapted to carry, or that carries, oil in bulk as cargo or oil cargo residue, and that (1) Is a vessel

Title 33 Part 155 Subpart d - Code of Federal Regulations

Title 33 PART 155 SUBPART d. CFR Title 33 Volume 2 Chapter I Subchapter O Part 155 Subpart d. Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil. Source CGD 91-034, 61 FR 1081, Jan. 12, 1996, unless otherwise noted.(grade)Title 33 Part 155 Subpart d - Code of Federal Regulations(steel)Title 33 PART 155 SUBPART d. CFR Title 33 Volume 2 Chapter I Subchapter O Part 155 Subpart d. Subpart D - Tank Vessel Response Plans for Oil. Source CGD 91-034, 61 FR 1081, Jan. 12, 1996, unless otherwise noted.

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