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Sample records for towboats

  1. 33 CFR 101.125 - Approved Alternative Security Programs.

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    2010-07-01

    ... 106 of this subchapter, as applicable: (a) American Gaming Association Alternative Security Program..., and Towboats and Barges, dated September 24, 2003. (c) Passenger Vessel Association Industry Standards...

  2. 29 CFR 1918.2 - Definitions.

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    2010-07-01

    ... danger zones are nip and shear points, shear lines, drive mechanisms, and areas underneath counterweights... the employer to do a specific task in that area. Dockboards (car and bridge plates) mean devices for.... River towboat means a shallow draft, low freeboard, self-propelled vessel designed to tow river barges...

  3. Environmental Impact Study of the Northern Section of the Upper Mississippi River. Pool 5A.

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    1973-11-01

    and acuatic species, especially the annual plants. Re-seeding occurred during periods of floods in the spring and fall, but good aquatic I beds were...Hoardes of emergent insects often cause nuisance problems for river residents, motorists and towboat personnel (Fremling 1960, 1968, 1970). Nymphal...The insects are a nuisance to most people and the increase in the nayfly population mny be considered to be uctrimc.ntal. Th.2 insects are excellent

  4. Naval Law Review. Volume 60, 2010

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    2010-01-01

    that the Rand, a towboat restaurant , was not a vessel because its engines did not work, requiring it to be towed. The Templeton court held that...officers will not modify their behaviour unless they believe it is in their personal interest.”20 The Handbook lists promotions, pay increases, and...to our consumers . Bacevich argues that, despite what we may think of our country, we have always been a country of expansion. When the borders

  5. The Rachel-B/coastal towing incident

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    Fawn, D.R. Jr.

    1990-01-01

    On June 23, 1989, the outbound tanker ship Rachel-B and the towboat Gayolyn Ann Griffin, towing barges owned by Coastal Towing, collided in the northern end of the Houston Sip Channel near its confluence with the Bayport Channel. The collision resulted in a spill of approximately 6,000 barrels of slurry oil into upper Galveston Bay. This paper reports that the U.S. Coast Guard assumed the role of on-scene coordinator. Several State agencies were involved in the various on-site activities. The Texas Water Commission (TWC), as the State's lead agency in spill response, closely monitored the spill and cleanup activities. Despite the efforts of all the aforementioned agencies, the weather ultimately directed spill response activities as it became readily apparent that the eye of Tropical Storm Allison would pass near the site of the spill

  6. Prevention of Polluting Rivers and Lakes from Ships

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    Natalija Jolić

    2005-09-01

    Full Text Available Traffic on rivers and lakes in Europe has been ve1y well developed.The reason for this is the transport cost, relative speedand good connectivity of major European cities by rivers andcanals. In Croatia, this transport mode is lagging behind therest of Europe. Croatia is located at an interesting section of theriver transversal, but due to several reasons, river navigation inCroatia has not been developed to any major extent. As operatingriver ships the most frequent types are: towboats, pushboatsand self-propelled ships. The installed diesel engines, propulsionand auxiliary engines run at high power. Proportional tothe increase in the power of installed engines is also the increasein the volume of waste produced by the engines. Also, the olderthe engine, the greater volume of waste it produces. Ships mayalso cause pollution by wastewaters and garbage. This pollutionthreat grows with the greater number of people on boardand the age of the ship. In order to minimize these possibilitiesof pollution, it is necesswy to control all the time the properfunctioning of the ships, train the staff and construct receptionfacilities on land.