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Port State Control. New Orleans Industry Day 2014 22 May 2014 LCDR Nick Neely. Systems. Actual. Network. Overview. Purpose & Goals Statistics Marine Safety Net Targeting Notice of Arrival Issues Exam Issues Policy Updates Resources Questions. Program Purpose & Goals.

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    1. Port State Control New Orleans Industry Day 2014 22 May 2014 LCDR Nick Neely

    2. Systems Actual Network

    3. Overview • Purpose & Goals • Statistics • Marine Safety Net • Targeting • Notice of Arrival Issues • Exam Issues • Policy Updates • Resources • Questions

    4. Program Purpose & Goals • Eliminate substandard Foreign Vessels from U. S. waters. • Identify high risk vessels. • Encourage responsible companies.

    5. Summary Statistics • 156 Millions Tons of Foreign Cargo between Port of South LA and Port of New Orleans (ACOE, 2012) • 52.5 M Import / 103.5 Export

    6. Maritime Safety Net Layer Entity 1 Owner / Operator / Crew 2 Flag State 3 Class Society / Recognized Security Org 4 Port State Control

    7. Risk-Based Targeting Risk = Likelihood X Impact Severity

    8. Risk-Based Targeting • ID safety risks of Vessel • PSC History • Vessel type / age • Management & Oversight • ID Cargo specific safety risks • Assign Priorities • 1 (PI), 2 (PII), Non-Priority (NPV) • ID security risks of Vessel • Assess prior to entry / Controls

    9. Safety Targeting Matrix

    10. 2013 - Top 10 Foreign Flags

    11. Issues – Notice of Arrival • In 2013, 13.7% of vessels had poor NOAs • VRP for tank is new • Multiple submissions vs. updates

    12. Detention “An intervention action taken by the port State when the condition of the ship or its crew does not correspond substantially with the applicable conditions to ensure the ship will not sail until is can proceed to sea without presenting a danger to the ship or persons on board, or without presenting an unreasonable threat of harm to the marine environment.” - Procedures for Port State Control, 2011

    13. Issues - Detentions • Disabled • Hyper-mist • Quick-closing valves • Familiarity • Garbage Management • Security • High-level review • OCMI

    14. Issues - Detentions Hypermist • Manual mode / off, or • Main supply valve closed, or • Manifold valves closed

    15. Issues - Detentions Blocked Fuel Valves • Wood, bolt, etc. • Fire control issues

    16. Avoid This

    17. Issues - Detentions Garbage Management Plan • Wider Caribbean Region Special Area • Discharged food waste without being comminuted • Plan did not allow • Not for garbage discharge, for familiarity with plan

    18. ECA vs. WCA

    19. Issues - Detentions Security & Access Control • Not following SSP for logging visitors • Non-crew on board • No security watch-stander • SSO not familiar w/ SSP • Restricted Areas unlocked

    20. Issues - Exams

    21. Oily Water Separators

    22. International Safety Management

    23. Issues – Clearing Deficiencies • Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) • Why • What is good • What is not good • Lack of Company review / approval • Lack of Class / Flag review, as required • Lack of causal analysis • Lack of specific corrective actions or preventive actions • CG Review

    24. Policy Updates • Notice Of Arrival • Required format updated 22 Apr 14 • Includes dedicated field for VRP & NTVRP Plan numbers • Marine Inspection Notice 01-14 – Concentrated Inspection Campaign • 1 Sep to 30 Nov • Emphasis on SOLAS Chapter II-2 and FSS Code

    25. Policy Updates - VRP • Vessel Response Plans • NOA submission of VRP Control Numbers for both tank and non-tank vessels. • Must include plan for responding to a worst case discharge (WCD) and a substantial threat of such a discharge. • New CG approval required; old plans not accepted

    26. Policy Updates - VGP • Vessel General Permit • Effective 19, December 2013 • Applies to all commercial vessels longer than 79 feet. • Impose strict limits on incidental discharges (including lubricants) for vessels operating within three nautical miles of U.S. coastlines. • USCG is taking no action at this time, address all questions to the EPA; vgp@epa.gov

    27. Policy Updates – Ballast Water • In order to discharge ballast water, the vessel must: • Install a CG approved BWMS meeting 33 CFR 151.2030 requirements, or • Exchange +200 NM from shore*, or • use an Alternative Management System (AMS) as provided under 151.2026, or • Ballast exclusively with water from a U.S. public water system, or • Discharge to a treatment facility.

    28. Policy Updates – Ballast Water • Ballast water exchange is only a temporary option until the first scheduled dry docking after the applicable 2014 or 2016 date. • After which, vessel is required to meet the discharge standard.

    29. Policy Updates – Ballast Water • An AMS that meets 151.2026 [foreign BWMS w/ CG approval] if installed prior to the discharge standard compliance date. • Can not use an AMS +5 years after scheduled date. • Many approved alternative systems; see Homeport.

    30. Policy Update – Ballast Water • Extensions (33 CFR 2036) • Must be made at least 12 months prior to scheduled implementation date.

    31. Resources • https://homeport.uscg.mil • Missions  Port State Control • Missions  Environmental  Ballast Water Management Program • Missions  Environmental  Vessel Response Plan Program • USCG HQ Policy: http://www.uscg.mil/hq/cgcvc/cvc2/ • Notice of Arrival: http://www.nvmc.uscg.gov/

    32. PSC = Team Sport

    33. Questions? Port State Control / Arrivals Branch Phone: (504) 365-2361 or -2362 E-mail: pscnola@uscg.mil