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U.S. COAST GUARD VESSEL RESPONSE PLAN PROGRAM LT Xochitl Castañeda CG-5431 (Office of Vessel Activities, VRP Program) CG-543 (Office of Vessel Activities) CDR Eric Christensen CG-5431 (Domestic Vessels Division) CDR Lee Boone VRP Program Staff LCDR Ryan Allain Team Leader

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U.S. COAST GUARD

VESSEL RESPONSE PLAN PROGRAM

LT Xochitl Castañeda

CG-5431 (Office of Vessel Activities, VRP Program)

cg 5431 vrp team
CG-543 (Office of Vessel Activities) CDR Eric Christensen

CG-5431 (Domestic Vessels Division) CDR Lee Boone

VRP Program Staff

LCDR Ryan Allain Team Leader

LT Xochitl Castaneda Asst Team Leader/Tank VRPs (CAPS)

LT Jarrod DeWitz Nontank VRPs

Mr. Stephan Mort IMO Plans (SOPEP/SMPEP) (SMFF)

MST2 Matt Ferraro VRP Policy & Enforcement

CG-5431/VRP Team
agenda
Rulemaking Update

Tank Vessel Response Plans

Nontank (NT) Vessel Response Plans

NT Regulatory Update

Nontank Enforcement

VRP Screening

Casualty Packages

Consistency with Area Contingency Plans

Agenda
vrp rule making projects
Docket Management System: http://dms.dot.gov/

Nontank Vessel Response Plans (CGMTA 2004)

Salvage & Marine Firefighting (OPA-90) (3417)

On Water Oil Recovery Capacity (CAPS) (OPA-90)

Vessels & Facilities (8661)

Hazardous Substance Response Plans (OPA-90)

Vessels (4354)

Facilities (5705)

MARPOL Annex I and Annex II Amendments to SOPEPs and SMPEPs

VRP Rule Making Projects
tank vessel response plans
33 CFR 155 Subpart D, E, F, G Required Elements

Notifications

QI, Spill Management Team,

Salvage, Firefighting, Emergency Lightering

OSRO contracts for AMPD, MMPD and WCD

Consistency with the ACP

Training, Drills and Exercises

Tank Vessel Response Plans
nontank vessel response plans
On August 9, 2004, the President signed the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2004 (CGMTA 2004). Sections 701(a) and (b) of the CGMTA amend sections 311(a) and (j) of FWPCA to require the CG to issue regulations that require an owner or operator of a nontank vessel to prepare and submit to the Coast Guard a plan for responding, to the maximum extent practicable, to a worst case discharge, and to a substantial threat of such a discharge, of oil. Section 701(c) of the CGMTA 2004 required that these response plans be prepared and submitted to the CG no later than one year after the date of enactment of the 2004 Act. Nontank Vessel Response Plans

History

nontank vessel response plans7
33 U.S.C. 1321 (j) and 311(a) and (j) of the FWPCA, NVIC-01-05-CH-1

Notifications (R)

QI, (R) Spill Management Team,

Salvage, Firefighting, Emergency Lightering

OSRO contracts for AMPD, MMPD and WCD (R)

Consistency with the ACP (R)

Training, Drills and Exercises (R)

Nontank Vessel Response Plans
nontank vessel response plans8
Provides voluntary guidance to owners and operators of nontank vessels for preparing and submitting plans for responding to a discharge or threat of a discharge of oil from their vessels and for receiving interim operating authorization from the Coast Guard.

Enforcement Measures have been updated for vessels that enter U.S. navigable waters without an fully authorized NTVRP.

COMDT 291907Z Feb 08

Federal Register Notice – USCG–2008–0436 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 121 / Monday, June 23, 2008 / Notices (35405)

Focused on vessels 1600 GT & above

Only impacts vessels who do not have Interim Operating Authorization mostly U.S. flag not foreign

Use of COTP Operational Controls until plans have been submitted and have obtained “Interim Ops” Status

“Awareness & Education” impact on vessels between 400 - 1600 GTs

Nontank Vessel Response Plans

NVIC 01-05, Change 1

vrp enforcement compliance
CG-5431 initiative to respond to complaints of regulations not being enforced and to prepare/align with requirements of upcoming regulations (NTVRP, S&MFF, CAPS & HSVRP). Consistent enforcement efforts will foster compliance and reinvigorate awareness of requirements and possibly spur build-up of response resources in remote areas.

CG Personnel must use E-VRP database in order to verify a vessel’s compliance with VRP & NTVRP requirements.

CG Personnel must verify GSAs that vessel is approved for – listed on approval letter and E-VRP database

MISLE Enhancements will soon make VRP verification more transparent for vessel arrival personnel.

VRP Enforcement & Compliance
vrp screening
Upcoming message will establish USCG policy to screen all commercial vessels for VRP in support of Admiral Allen’s commitment to Congress following the COSCO BUSAN incident.

USCG will not allow port entry for Tank Vessels without approved/ IOA plans

USCG will issue Operational Controls for NT Vessels without IOA for vessels over 1600 GT (Education campaign for vessels 400-1600 GT)

VRP Screening
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Is this vessel allowed to operate?

Yes, but reference the NTVRP Interim Enforcement Guidance

how responders can use vrps
FOSC can request a Casualty Package

Tank Diagrams

Emergency Contacts

Contracted Response Resources

Salvage, MFF, Emergency Lightering

Check our Database to see Vessel has submitted a plan

Oversee a response www.e-vrp.com

Order a casulaty package: (202) 631-0859 VRPdutyofficer@uscg.mil

How Responders Can Use VRPs
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Relationship of Plans

National Oil & Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP)

International Joint Plans

Federal Response Plan

RegionalContingencyPlans

COMDTINST M16000.14

acp vrp interface
Description of Operating Areas Incl. wave height

Restrict operations for Ice conditions, temperature ranges, Wx related visibility in operating equipment

Reclassify Bodies of Water based on local conditions

List equipment requirements above and below the National Standard

Oil Disposal Procedures

Address Alternative Planning Criteria

Resources- OSRO, Salvage, MFF and Lightering

ACP VRP Interface
vrp acp interface
Vessel Owners Access Applicable info from ACP

Make this easily accessible

VRP Program Ensures Consistency with ACP for each COTP Zone

Make this easily accessible

VRP ACP Interface