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Dan Hardin Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety 13 th Coast Guard district daniel. e. hardin@uscg. Dan Hardin Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety 13 th Coast Guard district daniel. e. [email protected] mil 206 220 -7226 Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety – Changes to the existing regulation • Parity between Documented and State registered vessels – Boundary line replaced by Territorial Sea Baseline • Mandatory Dockside Safety Exams • Alternate Safety Compliance Programs – Voluntary Safety Initiative and good marine practice • New vessel construction requirements. • Mandatory training for operators of Commercial fishing vessels (included grant money for development) – www. fishsafewest. info demo • The latest information about the program • Access to all regulations, guidance etc. • Dockside exam checklist generator

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Historical Overview & Timeline of Significant Actions & Activities (How Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Historical Overview & Timeline of Significant Actions & Activities (How we got to where we are Today!) October 2010 CGAA Included “ASCP” Requirements, Class, Exams, Initial Language for CFVS Grants December 2012 CGMTA Amended & Delayed some CFV Provisions July 2013 Class & Load Line Requirements Effective October 2015 Begin Mandatory Dockside Safety Exams

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • History & Status of CFV Rulemaking Project: v Commercial Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • History & Status of CFV Rulemaking Project: v Commercial Fishing Industry Vessel (CFIV) Regulations Ø 15 October 2010 - Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2010 (CGAA) signed into law. CGAA contains provisions that affect CFIVs. Ø January 2011 - USCG-HQ begins work on rules to implement statutory requirements enacted by the 2010 CGAA Ø 20 December 2012 - Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2012 (CGMTA) signed into law. CGMTA adds/modifies provisions that affect CFIVs. Ø January 2013, Revisions started to rulemaking project to implement statutory requirements enacted by both the 2010 CGAA & 2012 CGMTA. Ø 21 June 2016 - A notice published in the Federal Register to announce proposed 2010 CGAA and 2012 CGMTA mandated action with respect to the following topics: * Vessel parity; * Substitution of baseline for Boundary Line; * Survival craft; * Records; * Vessel examinations; * Drills; * Const standards for small CFV; * Load lines; * Classing of vessels; * Miscellaneous (Certain other Subpart C req)

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • History & Status of Rulemaking Projects (cont’d): v Commercial Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • History & Status of Rulemaking Projects (cont’d): v Commercial Fishing Industry Vessel Regulations – Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) and Final Rule: Ø 21 June 2016 – NPRM published in Federal Register – It proposes to implement statutory requirements from the 2010 CGAA & and 2012 CGMTA that can be incorporated in USCG CFIV regulations without the exercise of any USCG discretion. (Previous 2008 ANPRM - Withdrawn June 2016). Ø 15 August 2016 – A notice published in the Federal Register that extended the NPRM’s 90 day public comment period to 18 December 2016. ØFinal Rulemaking – Implementation of 2010 and 2012 Legislation rule is on the long Rulemaking -term actions list of the Fall 2017 Unified Agenda. Long-Term Actions are items under development but, for which, the agency does not expect to have a regulatory action within the 12 months after publication of that edition of the Unified Agenda.

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • Mandatory exams – 1 st one was required by Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • Mandatory exams – 1 st one was required by 15 OCT 2015 – All commercial fishing vessels operating beyond 3 NM from the territorial sea baseline or 3 nm from the coastline of the Great Lakes (also vessels with 16 or more individuals on board operating anywhere and fish tenders engaged in the operating anywhere Aleutian Trade) – 2010 Auth Act said exam every 2 years – 2012 Auth Act amended 2010 Act – Now, at least once in 5 years (if examined after Jan 2013) – Decals will generally be issued for 2 years – Decal is considered valid for 5 years. – 2 -yr exams nominal on vessels subject to NOAA Observer carriage (50 CFR 600. 746)

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Alternate Safety Compliance Program (ASCP): Was intended to apply to Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Alternate Safety Compliance Program (ASCP): Was intended to apply to CFVs that operate beyond the 3 nautical mile line, if: (1) at least 50 feet overall in length; (2) was built before July 1, 2013; and (3) is 25 years of age or older; OR was built before July 1, 2013, and is substantially changed/modified after that. Ø Standards were to be developed by 2017 and implemented beginning in 2020. However, since no specific requirements exist for these older vessels, no alternate standards could be proposed. New or additional safety requirements for older vessels require a rulemaking project. Ø 04 Nov 2016 - USCG issued “Voluntary Safety Initiatives and Good Marine Practices” document.

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Construction standards Vessels less than 50’ overall in length built Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Construction standards Vessels less than 50’ overall in length built after January 1, 2010: - Such vessels are to be built in a manner that provides a level of safety equivalent to the minimum safety standards the Secretary may establish for recreational vessels under section 4302. - The existing regulations for recreational boats that apply are: 33 CFR PART 181—MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS 33 CFR PART 183—BOATS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT -Those parts pertain mostly to flotation and systems. -Topics covered include, but are not limited to: - Safe Loading - Safe Powering - Flotation Requirements - Electrical Systems - Fuel Systems - Ventilation

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • Construction standards • Classification – Vessels 50’ overall in Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • Construction standards • Classification – Vessels 50’ overall in length or greater “classed” before July 1, 2012 shall: shall (A) Remain subject to the requirements of a classification society approved by the Secretary; and (B) have on board a certificate from that society. – Vessels >50’ LOA, ops >3 NM, built after 1 JUL 2013 shall: (A) Be built to class standards & maintain class with certificate aboard. * 2015 Auth Act changed part of this for vessels not more than 79’ (see below). – Vessels 50’ overall in length, and not more than 79’ over all in length built after 08 Feb 2016: Can incorporate class standards, but 2016 do not have to be classed. - Design and construction oversight will need to be certified - Other requirements listed in amended 46 USC 4503 (e)

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • Load Line and “Built” definition: Vessels 79’ or greater Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety • Load Line and “Built” definition: Vessels 79’ or greater in length, and built after July 1, 2013: 2013 Such vessels that are built after July 1, 2013 (and that will operate beyond the Boundary Line), are subject to load line requirements. Load lines can be issued by a Coast Guard recognized classification society on behalf of the USCG. Per 46 USC 4503 (g): The term “built” means, with respect to a vessel, that the vessels construction has reached any of the following stages: (A) The vessel’s keel is laid. (B) Construction identifiable with the vessel has begun and assembly of that vessel has commenced comprising of at least 50 metric tons or one percent of the estimated mass of all structural material, whichever is less.

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Historical Overview & Timeline of Significant Actions & Activities (How Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Historical Overview & Timeline of Significant Actions & Activities (How we got to where we are Today!) July 2016 ASCP Development Suspended in lieu of Voluntary Safety Initiatives and Good Marine Practices November 2016 VSI&GMP Released for Industry Review and Comments August 2016 Comment Period of NPRM Extended for 90 days per Industry Request December 2016 Comment Period for NPRM Closes, Work Begins on Final Rule May 2017 DHS Appropriations Act, 2017 ( P. L. 115 -31) included $6 M for both CFVS Grants Programs

Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety U. S. COAST GUARD CONTACT INFORMATION & SITES OF INTEREST Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety U. S. COAST GUARD CONTACT INFORMATION & SITES OF INTEREST : (CG-CVC-3) Fishing Vessels Division: Mr. Joseph D. Myers (202) 272 -1249 Joseph. D. [email protected] mil (CG-NAV-3) AIS POC: Mr. Jorge Arroyo (202) 372 -1563 Jorge. [email protected] mil CFVS Coordinators: Find current list here: http: //www. dco. uscg. mil/Portals/9/DCO%20 Documents/5 p/CG-5 PC/CGCVC/CVC 3/news/CFVSContact. List 9 -6 -17. pdf (CG-ENG-2) Load Line POC: Mr. Thomas Jordan (202) 372 -1370 Thomas. D. [email protected] mil (CG-CVC-1) USCG Classification Society Liaison: Mr. John Hannon (202) 372 -1222 John. J. [email protected] mil (MSC -4) Marine Safety Center Tonnage Division: Mr. Marcus Akins (202) 795 -6787 Marcus. J. [email protected] mil Federal e. Rulemaking Portal: www. regulations. gov Maritime Commons Blog Site: Site http: //www. uscg. mil/msib/ "Please visit the CG-CVC-3 website for more Program specific information. - Fishing vessel safety guidance documents can be found at: https: //cg. portal. uscg. mil/units/cgcvc 3/Site. P ages/Home. aspx