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Lifesaving Equipment

December 08, 2010 LT Thao Nguyen

Lifesaving EquipmentLesson Objectives: IDENTIFY applicable lifesaving equipment on board uninspected towing vessel(s). Proper Stowage Serviceable Condition

Lifesaving Equipment:

PFDs Life Ring Life Raft EPIRB

Life Float Skiff Pyrotechnics

Personal Flotation Devices (PFD)REFERENCES

46 CFR 25.25 5 (b) & (c) Regulation Handbook, D-3

> 40 ft required USCG approved Life Preserver (Type I) for each person onboard. 26 Feet must have at least 1 approved ring life buoyPer

46 CFR 25.25-9 (b), this type of equipment must be immediately available.

LIFE RING

LIFE RING

LIFE RING

LIFE RING

LIFE RING

Lifesaving EquipmentREFERENCES

46 CFR 26.30 10 Regulation Handbook, D-7

Work vests stowed separately from life preservers.

Lifesaving EquipmentREFERENCES

46 CFR 25.5 11 Regulation Handbook, D-4

All required lifesaving equipment in serviceable condition.

Lifesaving EquipmentSurvival craft - not required, however must be serviceable if carried.

Life float

Lifesaving Equipment

Inflatable life raft

Though not required, a survival craft must be serviceable if carried.

Lifesaving Equipment

Though not required as a lifesaving component, a skiff may be a prime tool for rapid response.

Lifesaving EquipmentREFERENCES

EPIRB:Category Vessels

46 CFR 25.26 20(a) Regulation Handbook, D-6

I

36 or more operating beyond 3 NM

Lifesaving EquipmentREFERENCES

EPIRB:Category Vessels

46 CFR 25.26 20(b) Regulation Handbook, D-6

I or II

less than 36 operating beyond 3 NM

Lifesaving Equipment

Lifesaving Equipment

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Lifesaving Equipment

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