(a) Immediately after aiding the injured and stabilizing the situation, the owner, operator, or person in charge of a deepwater port must notify the nearest Sector, Marine Safety Unit, or other Coast Guard unit of each event on, or involving, the deepwater port that results in one or more of the following:
(1) Loss of life;
(2) An injury that requires professional medical treatment beyond first aid and, if the person is engaged or employed on the deepwater port, that renders the individual unfit to perform his or her routine duties;
(3) Impairment of the port's operations or primary lifesaving or fire-fighting equipment; or
(4) Property damage in excess of $100,000, including damage resulting from a vessel or aircraft striking the port. This amount includes the cost of labor and material to restore all affected items, including, but not limited to, restoring the port and the vessel or aircraft to their condition before the damage. This amount does not include the cost of salvage, cleaning, gas freeing, dry-docking, or demurrage of the port, vessel, or aircraft.
(b) The notice under paragraph (a) of this section must identify the following:
(1) The deepwater port involved;
(2) The owner, operator, or person in charge of the port;
(3) The nature and circumstances of the event; and
(4) The nature and extent of the injury and damage resulting from the event.
(c) The operator will ensure that the report contains the information pertinent to OCS operations as outlined in part 140 of this chapter when the deepwater port is co-located on a facility regulated by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement.
[USCG-1998-3884, 71 FR 57651, Sept. 29, 2006, as amended by USCG-2011-0257, 76 FR 31837, June 2, 2011]
Title 33 published on 2012-07-01
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