(a) The master of each vessel shall post a station bill if the vessel's Certificate of Inspection requires more than four crew members, including the master.
(b) The station bill must be posted in the pilothouse and in conspicuous places in crew members' and offshore workers' accommodations.
(c) The station bill must set forth the special duties and duty stations of each crew member for various emergencies. The duties must, as far as possible, be comparable to and compatible with the regular work of the member. The duties must include at least the following and should comprise any other duties necessary for the proper handling of a particular emergency:
(1) The closing of hatches, air-ports, watertight doors, vents, and scuppers, and of intake valves and discharge lines that penetrate the hull; the stopping of fans and ventilating systems; and the operating of safety equipment.
(2) The preparing and launching of survival craft and rescue boats.
(3) The extinguishing of fire.
(4) The mustering of offshore workers, which includes—
(i) Assembling them and seeing that they are properly dressed and have donned their immersion suits and lifejackets; and
(ii) Directing them to their appointed stations.
Title 46 published on 2012-10-01
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