3 edition of Regulating Licensed Officers and Hours of Labor on Vessels of Certain Tonnage found in the catalog.
Regulating Licensed Officers and Hours of Labor on Vessels of Certain Tonnage
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine, Radio, and Fisheries
Considers (73) H.R. 3348, (73) H.R. 7979
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net tonnage is the gross tonnage less certain deductions for machinery and other areas. As soon as the officer in charge of the vessel has taken steps to stop the discharge of oil The operator of a vessel subject to the pollution regulations shall keep a written record available for inspection by the COPT or OCMI containing. (4) Where the application for amendment is refused, the licensing officer shall record the reasons for such refusal and communicate the same to the applicant. Renewal of licence.,,-(1) Every contractor shall apply to the licensing officer for renewal of the licence.
Every oil tanker of tons gross tonnage or more and every other ship of tons gross tonnage or more that carries oil as fuel or cargo shall: 1. keep on board an English or French version of a SOPEP; 2. Oil Record Book Part I (for all vessels); 3. Oil Record Book Part II (for tankers); 4. days of service as master of Great Lakes or Inland vessels GRT or more while holding an Officer endorsement as Master of vessels less than GRT. Unlimited Tonnage. All required service is on vessels GRT or more, and; 50% of the required service on vessels GRT or more.
each officer employed on the vessel is the holder of a valid license of competence of the Republic to fill the position held by him shall subject the owner to a fine of one thousand five hundred US dollars (US$1,) for each officer so employed who is not the holder of such license of the Republic. Where. The Act has special child-labor regulations that apply to agricultural employment; children under 16 are forbidden to work during school hours and in certain jobs deemed too dangerous. Children employed on their families' farms are exempt from these regulations. The Wage and Hour Division administers this law. OSHA also has special safety and.
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On an oceangoing or coastwise vessel of not more than gross tons as measured under section of this title, or an alternate tonnage measured under section of this title as prescribed by the Secretary under section of this title (except a fishing, fish processing, or fish tender vessel), a licensed individual may not be required to work more than 9 of 24 hours when in.
(c) gross tonnage means the gross tonnage calculated in accordance with the tonnage measurement regulations contained in Annex I to the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships,or any successor Convention.
Limited tonnage licensed mariners hold senior positions aboard small ships, boats, and similar vessels, but are restricted to certain tonnages (under GRT), types of vessels, and geographic locations. Important laws. Several laws shaped the development of the U.S.
Merchant officers: 29, To become a master of vessels of any gross tons upon oceans in the United States, one must first accumulate at least days of service (Recency – 90 days in the past three years on vessels of appropriate tonnage) while holding a chief mate's license.
The chief mate's license, in turn, requires at least days of service (Recency – 90 days in the past three years on vessels of Department: Deck department. Regulation ; (c) gross tonnage means the gross tonnage calculated in accordance with the tonnage measurement regulations contained in Annex I to the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships,or any successor Convention; for ships covered by the tonnage measurement interim scheme adopted by the Inter-File Size: 1MB.
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Boundary Line LLTM Load Line Length. License – a document issued by the Secretary authorizing a person, partnership or corporation to operate a private employment agency or a manning agency.
Manning Agency – any person, partnership or corporation duly licensed by the Secretary to recruit seafarers for vessel plying international waters and for related maritime activities. the applicant, with respect to class or type of vessel, tonnage, route, and waters.
(d) A credential issued for service as a master, mate, or operator of uninspected towing vessels authorizes service as a pilot under the provisions of 46 CFR of this subchapter. Therefore, first class pilot endorsements will not be issued with.
This inspection book is intended to be used as a job aid by Coast Guard marine inspectors during inspections of U.S. flagged small passenger vessels subject to Subchapter K (vessels under GT, carrying more than passengers or more than 49 overnight passengers). The lists contained within this book are not intended to limit the inspection.
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(7) "Commission" means the Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation. (8) Repealed by Acts78th Leg., ch.Sec. (1) and Acts78th Leg., ch.Sec. 14A(b). (9) "Cooling capacity" means the nominal tonnage of compression equipment based on 40 degrees Fahrenheit suction temperature and degrees Fahrenheit.
Mandatory minimum requirements for certification of Officers in charge of a navigational watch and Masters on ships of less than gross tonnage engaged on near coastal voyages. The holder of a Certificate of competency has completed approved education and training that meets the standard of competence specified in Section A-II/3 of the STCW.
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Department of Labor and State safety agencies to enhance safety and recreational vessel registration data to State titling and registration personnel to prevent fraud and deter boat theft.
Coast Guard personnel directly enter information into MISLE based on their knowledge of the activity, vessel, facility, person, or organization. Labor Laws for a Boat Captain. If your business involves transporting passengers or cargo by inland waterways or deep sea, you’re required to comply with various laws, including labor laws governing your employees’ wages, work hours and safety.
These laws apply to all your employees -. Vessels more than gross tons may carry 12 or less passengers for hire. The person in charge of this vessel must hold as a minimum a valid U.S. Coast Guard license as operator of an uninspected passenger vessel. About the Coast Guard Sector New York Introduction Coast Guard Sector New York is located in Staten Island on Fort Wadsworth.
License is in operator’s possession (usually in frame hanging on bulkhead) 46 CFR (a) Operator is licensed for waters navigated 46 CFR Sufficient number of operators for two watches (if voyage over 12 hours) 46 USC (b) Inspection notes: License must be applicable for vessel operation and tonnage.
Original license on board. RLMA 1 Rev. 01/00 FAMILIARIZATION WITH NATIONAL MARITIME LEGISLATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA COMBINED PUBLICATION FOLDER, RLM This Publication contains the national maritime related laws and regulations.Marine Service Fees. See § 1 This amount will be credited toward the registration fee if, upon delivery of the vessel to the owner or party making application for registration, the vessel is issued a Provisional Certificate of Registry under the RMI flag.
Schedule B – Sliding Scale. These fees are based on a sliding scale for various tonnage categories and provide fleet.(7) “Commission” means the Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation.
(9) “Cooling capacity” means the nominal tonnage of compression equipment based on 40 degrees Fahrenheit suction temperature and degrees Fahrenheit condensing temperature. (10) “Department” means the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.