Code of Federal Regulations Title 46: Shipping

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 2004 - 575 pages
Title 46 presents regulations applied by the Coast Guard to merchant marine officers and seamen, uninspected vessels, tank vessels, load lines, marine engineering, documenting and measuring vessels, passenger vessels, cargo and miscellaneous vessels, offshore supply vessels, mobile offshore drilling units, electrical engineering, small passenger vessels, oceanographic vessels, occupational safety and health standards, and lifesaving systems. Maritime Administration regulations cover policies, practices and procedures, maritime carriers, subsidized vessels, vessel financing assistance, emergency operations, training, and ports. The Maritime Commission also holds the responsibility for maritime carriers, terminals, tariffs, domestic offshore commerce, and foreign commerce.

Contents

CHAPTER ICOAST GUARD DEPARTMENT
13
Waivers of navigation and vessel inspection laws
65
Marine investigation regulationspersonnel
71
Extra compensation for overtime services
88
SUBCHAPTER BMERCHANT MARINE OFFICERS AND SEAMEN
104
Title
136
14
239
16
245
25
297
28
321
Part Page
369
Inspection and certification
396
Special equipment machinery and hull require
413
Firefighting equipment
443
Operations
462
Elevated temperature cargoes
483

Index
275
SUBCHAPTER CUNINSPECTED VESSELS
291
Vapor control systems
500
Index
511

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