Form ECY050-29 "Bunker Operations Monitoring Report" - Washington

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WASHINGTON STATE
REC
DEL
REQUIREMENT
REMARKS
BUNKER OPERATIONS MONITORING REPORT
Department of Ecology
VSL
VSL
Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Program
050(6)
VESSEL ACCESS
Bunkering Date: ___/___/____ Time*: ___:___ Location: ____________
Prevention Section
Accommodation ladder, or suitable alternative, in place for
P.O. Box 47600, Olympia, WA 98504-7600
access between receiving and delivering vessels, or facility.
Inspection Date: ___/___/____ Time: ___:___ ANT #: ______________
Office Phone: (360) 407-7455
050(7)
SOUNDINGS
Fax: (360) 407-7288 or toll free 1-800-664-9184
Inspector(s): __________________________ Location: ____________
PIC receives sounding reports on tank levels during transfer.
RECEIVING VESSEL
DELIVERING VESSEL
050(8)
COMMUNICATION
NAME
NAME
050(8)(a)
Communication has been established between the receiving
vessel and the delivering vessel or facility.
IMO/LLOYD’S NO.
TYPE
COMPANY
050(8)(a)
Procedures in place for PIC to notify delivery vessel or facility
TYPE(S) and QUANTITY (for each in Metric Tons, Barrels, or Gallons ):
PRODUCT INFORMATION
immediately before topping off begins.
050(8)(b)
PIC has ensured that bunkering personnel know and use English
phrases and hand signals during bunkering.
REC
DEL
REQUIREMENT
REMARKS
WAC 317-40
VSL
VSL
070
PRE-TRANSFER CONFERENCE
“√” = Compliance
“X” = Violation
070(1) -
Both PICs have met and conducted a pre-transfer conference.
DEL
050(1)
TRAINING
080(3) -
PICs have discussed:
REC
Person-In-Charge (PIC) conducted training:
 Contents of the Declaration of Inspection.
 Within 48 hours prior to bunkering.
 Procedures for relaying topping off information.
 Training of relief personnel, if applicable.
 Emergency Shut-down procedures and identified each
 In language common to bunker team.
vessel’s means to shut down.
070(2)
“Point-of-transfer” and “Deck Rover” watches identified to
Training included:
delivering vessel PIC.
050(1)(a)
 Pre-loading plan.
070(3)
Person present at pre-transfer conference who is proficient in
050(1)(b)
 Civil/Criminal penalties and liabilities.
English and the common language used onboard. Delivery
050(1)(c)
 Vessel’s Oil Transfer Procedures (OTP).
070(4)
vessel PIC may request translator.
050(1)(d)
 English phrases and hand signals for communication.
085
WORK HOURS
050(1)(e)
 Emergency shutdown procedures.
Bunkering personnel have not worked more than:
050(2)
INTRASTATE OPERATION
 15 hours in any 24-hour period.
(Above training required at least monthly for receiving vessels underway in state
 36 hours in any 72-hour period.
waters more than 50% of the calendar year and bunkering 3 or more times a month.)
090
RECORD KEEPING
050(3)
PRE-LOADING PLAN
090(1)
Log book entries (by Master):
Pre-loading Plan prepared by Person in Charge (PIC).
 Date/Time of Training session.
Pre-loading Plan includes:
 Name/Rating of all persons attending training session.
050(3)(a)
 Identification, location, capacity of tanks receiving oil.
090(2)
Log book entry by Master or Officer-in-Charge that
050(3)(b)
 Level, type of liquid in each bunker tank prior to scheduled
Pre-transfer Conference held prior to bunkering.
bunkering.
090(3)
Pre-loading Plan and Declaration of Inspection from past
050(3)(c)
 Planned final ullage/innage, and planned final percent of
30 days retained onboard receiving vessel.
each tank to be filled.
090(4)
Records available demonstrating compliance with work hour
050(3)(d)
 Sequence for tanks to be filled.
restrictions.
050(3)(e)
 Procedures to monitor all bunker tank levels and valve
alignments.
WAC 317-40-040 compliance considerations
:
050(4)
WATCHSTANDERS
 Scuppers / Drain Plugs
 Oil Transfer Procedures Available
 OTP Contents & Transfer Line diagram
“Point-of-Transfer” watch designated in vessel’s OTP.
 Containment Bins
 Pipe Pressure Test (annual)
 Moorings (secure and appropriate)
 Transfer Hose Piping and Connections
 Warning Signs and Signals
 Adequate Lighting
“Deck Rover” watch designated in vessel’s OTP.
Other:______________________________________
Each bunker team member equipped with two-way
Gravity:
communications.
REMARKS/COMMENTS:
Viscosity:
050(4)(a)
“Point-of-Transfer” watch at point of connection during
Sulfur:
bunkering.
050(4)(b)
“Deck Rover” watch primary duty is monitoring for oil spills
on deck and over the side during bunkering.
 Visually inspecting water near or opposite all bunker tanks,
and sounding tubes and vents, if accessible.
 In position to view spillage on deck or in water during tank
changeover and topping off.
 Vessel in compliance with State Bunkering Regulations.
050(5)
PERSONNEL DUTIES
 Vessel in violation of State Bunkering Regulations as identified, corrective measures required.
All personnel assigned to bunkering in compliance with their
assigned duties under vessel’s OTP.
Copy Received:
PIC Rec. Vsl:
PIC Del. Vsl:
NOTE: Bunkering Time is for signing of Declaration of Inspection (DOI)
SEPTEMBER 2018
Inspector:
Date:
ECY 050-29 (Rev. 9/18) If you require this publication in an alternative format, please contact the SPILLS Program at (360) 407-7455 (Voice) or (TTY) at 711 or 1-800-833-6388.
WASHINGTON STATE
REC
DEL
REQUIREMENT
REMARKS
BUNKER OPERATIONS MONITORING REPORT
Department of Ecology
VSL
VSL
Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Program
050(6)
VESSEL ACCESS
Bunkering Date: ___/___/____ Time*: ___:___ Location: ____________
Prevention Section
Accommodation ladder, or suitable alternative, in place for
P.O. Box 47600, Olympia, WA 98504-7600
access between receiving and delivering vessels, or facility.
Inspection Date: ___/___/____ Time: ___:___ ANT #: ______________
Office Phone: (360) 407-7455
050(7)
SOUNDINGS
Fax: (360) 407-7288 or toll free 1-800-664-9184
Inspector(s): __________________________ Location: ____________
PIC receives sounding reports on tank levels during transfer.
RECEIVING VESSEL
DELIVERING VESSEL
050(8)
COMMUNICATION
NAME
NAME
050(8)(a)
Communication has been established between the receiving
vessel and the delivering vessel or facility.
IMO/LLOYD’S NO.
TYPE
COMPANY
050(8)(a)
Procedures in place for PIC to notify delivery vessel or facility
TYPE(S) and QUANTITY (for each in Metric Tons, Barrels, or Gallons ):
PRODUCT INFORMATION
immediately before topping off begins.
050(8)(b)
PIC has ensured that bunkering personnel know and use English
phrases and hand signals during bunkering.
REC
DEL
REQUIREMENT
REMARKS
WAC 317-40
VSL
VSL
070
PRE-TRANSFER CONFERENCE
“√” = Compliance
“X” = Violation
070(1) -
Both PICs have met and conducted a pre-transfer conference.
DEL
050(1)
TRAINING
080(3) -
PICs have discussed:
REC
Person-In-Charge (PIC) conducted training:
 Contents of the Declaration of Inspection.
 Within 48 hours prior to bunkering.
 Procedures for relaying topping off information.
 Training of relief personnel, if applicable.
 Emergency Shut-down procedures and identified each
 In language common to bunker team.
vessel’s means to shut down.
070(2)
“Point-of-transfer” and “Deck Rover” watches identified to
Training included:
delivering vessel PIC.
050(1)(a)
 Pre-loading plan.
070(3)
Person present at pre-transfer conference who is proficient in
050(1)(b)
 Civil/Criminal penalties and liabilities.
English and the common language used onboard. Delivery
050(1)(c)
 Vessel’s Oil Transfer Procedures (OTP).
070(4)
vessel PIC may request translator.
050(1)(d)
 English phrases and hand signals for communication.
085
WORK HOURS
050(1)(e)
 Emergency shutdown procedures.
Bunkering personnel have not worked more than:
050(2)
INTRASTATE OPERATION
 15 hours in any 24-hour period.
(Above training required at least monthly for receiving vessels underway in state
 36 hours in any 72-hour period.
waters more than 50% of the calendar year and bunkering 3 or more times a month.)
090
RECORD KEEPING
050(3)
PRE-LOADING PLAN
090(1)
Log book entries (by Master):
Pre-loading Plan prepared by Person in Charge (PIC).
 Date/Time of Training session.
Pre-loading Plan includes:
 Name/Rating of all persons attending training session.
050(3)(a)
 Identification, location, capacity of tanks receiving oil.
090(2)
Log book entry by Master or Officer-in-Charge that
050(3)(b)
 Level, type of liquid in each bunker tank prior to scheduled
Pre-transfer Conference held prior to bunkering.
bunkering.
090(3)
Pre-loading Plan and Declaration of Inspection from past
050(3)(c)
 Planned final ullage/innage, and planned final percent of
30 days retained onboard receiving vessel.
each tank to be filled.
090(4)
Records available demonstrating compliance with work hour
050(3)(d)
 Sequence for tanks to be filled.
restrictions.
050(3)(e)
 Procedures to monitor all bunker tank levels and valve
alignments.
WAC 317-40-040 compliance considerations
:
050(4)
WATCHSTANDERS
 Scuppers / Drain Plugs
 Oil Transfer Procedures Available
 OTP Contents & Transfer Line diagram
“Point-of-Transfer” watch designated in vessel’s OTP.
 Containment Bins
 Pipe Pressure Test (annual)
 Moorings (secure and appropriate)
 Transfer Hose Piping and Connections
 Warning Signs and Signals
 Adequate Lighting
“Deck Rover” watch designated in vessel’s OTP.
Other:______________________________________
Each bunker team member equipped with two-way
Gravity:
communications.
REMARKS/COMMENTS:
Viscosity:
050(4)(a)
“Point-of-Transfer” watch at point of connection during
Sulfur:
bunkering.
050(4)(b)
“Deck Rover” watch primary duty is monitoring for oil spills
on deck and over the side during bunkering.
 Visually inspecting water near or opposite all bunker tanks,
and sounding tubes and vents, if accessible.
 In position to view spillage on deck or in water during tank
changeover and topping off.
 Vessel in compliance with State Bunkering Regulations.
050(5)
PERSONNEL DUTIES
 Vessel in violation of State Bunkering Regulations as identified, corrective measures required.
All personnel assigned to bunkering in compliance with their
assigned duties under vessel’s OTP.
Copy Received:
PIC Rec. Vsl:
PIC Del. Vsl:
NOTE: Bunkering Time is for signing of Declaration of Inspection (DOI)
SEPTEMBER 2018
Inspector:
Date:
ECY 050-29 (Rev. 9/18) If you require this publication in an alternative format, please contact the SPILLS Program at (360) 407-7455 (Voice) or (TTY) at 711 or 1-800-833-6388.
Excerpts from Chapter 317-40 WAC
(ii) The typical routes served by the vessel; and
Sec. 155.785. The receiving vessel’s person in charge shall
telephone, radio, or air horn, as required under 33 C.F.R. Sec.
BUNKERING OPERATIONS
(iii) The typical number of bunkering operations performed in
notify the delivering vessel's or facility's person in charge
155.785; and
any 30 days.
immediately before topping off begins.
(6) The receiving vessel's person in charge has discussed
WAC 317-40-010 Purpose.
(b) The receiving vessel's owner or operator shall notify the
(b) The person in charge shall ensure that bunkering personnel
procedures for informing the delivering vessel's person in charge
This chapter establishes minimum standards for safe bunkering
office in writing within 30 days of making a change in the
know and use English phrases and hand signals to
before changing over tanks and beginning topping off.
operations to reduce the likelihood of an oil spill by:
vessel's typical operations
communicate the following instructions during bunkering: "stop,"
WAC 317-40-085 Work hours. Receiving and delivering vessel
(3) Preloading plan. The receiving vessel's person in charge
(1) Emphasizing the importance of proper procedures,
"hold," "okay," "wait," "fast," "slow," and "finish."
personnel involved in bunkering may not work more than 15
WAC 317-40-060 Bunkering by a facility. During the
communication and monitoring before, during and after a
shall prepare a preloading plan prior to conducting the training
hours in any 24-hour period nor more than 36 hours in any 72-
bunkering operation;
session required under subsection (1) of this section. The
pretransfer conference, the person in charge for a receiving
hour period except in an emergency or spill response operation.
(2) Ensuring that the duties of each person involved in a
person in charge shall ensure that a copy of the plan is posted
vessel being refueled by a facility shall ensure that the receiving
For purposes of this section, "emergency" means an unforeseen
bunkering operation are clearly defined; and
at a place where the plan is easily seen by, and in a language
vessel's personnel comply with these rules and with the facility's
situation that poses an imminent threat to human safety, or the
(3) Requiring vessel owners and operators to adopt company
common to, vessel personnel engaged in bunkering. The
operations manual as required under chapter 173- 180B WAC.
environment, or substantial loss of property.
WAC 317-40-065 Emergency shut down procedures.
WAC 317-40-090 Record keeping.
policies that improve the safety of bunkering.
preloading plan must include the:
WAC 317-40-020 Application.
(1) If any of the receiving vessel's personnel discovers an oil
(1) The master of a receiving vessel or his designee shall record
(a) Identification, location and capacity of the vessel's bunker
This chapter applies to all bunkering operations to refuel a self-
tanks receiving oil;
spill either on deck outside fixed containment, or on the water, or
in the vessel's official or deck log the date and time of the
propelled covered vessel 300 gross tons or more, and to all
(b) Level and type of liquid in each bunker tank prior to the
believes an oil spill is likely, he or she shall request immediate
receiving vessel training session required under WAC 317-40-
owners, operators, persons-in-charge, and other personnel
scheduled time for bunkering;
shutdown of the bunkering operation.
060(1), and the name and rating of who attended, immediately
involved in bunkering in state waters.
(c) Final ullage or innage, and percent of each bunker tank to be
(2) The delivering vessel's personnel shall immediately activate
upon completion of the session.
WAC 317-40-040 Compliance with federal law and
filled;
the emergency shutdown device at the request of any person on
(2) The master or officer in charge shall record in the receiving
regulations.
(d) Sequence in which the bunker tanks are to be filled; and
the receiving vessel.
vessel's official or deck log that a pretransfer conference was
(1) All bunkering and personnel involved in bunkering must
(e) Procedures to regularly monitor all bunker tank levels and
WAC 317-40-070 Pretransfer conference.
held prior to bunkering that complied with the requirements of
comply with applicable provisions of federal law and regulations
valve alignments.
(1) Before any oil is transferred during bunkering, the receiving
WAC 317-40-070.
governing licensing, documentation, and oil transfer operations
(4) Watchstanders. The vessel's oil transfer procedure must
vessel's person in charge and the delivering vessel's or facility's
(3) The receiving vessel's preloading plan and declaration of
under 33 C.F.R. Sec. 155 and 156, and 46 C.F.R. Sec. 12, 15,
designate a point-of-transfer watch and a deck-rover watch.
person in charge shall hold a pretransfer conference as required
inspection shall be retained on the vessel for 30 days from the
and 35.
Each watch must be equipped with two-way communications to
under 33 C.F.R. Sec. 156.120. The persons in charge shall
date of bunkering.
(2) Federal law and regulations applicable to bunkering on the
communicate with the person in charge and vessel master or
meet in person onboard either vessel or at the facility unless the
(4) The receiving and delivering vessels’ owner or operator shall
effective date of these rules are hereby incorporated. Any
officer in charge.
receiving vessel's master determines it is unsafe under WAC
maintain records, such as log book entries, maintenance
amendment or recodification of an applicable federal law or
(a) A point-of-transfer watch must remain at the point of
317-40-050(6). The persons in charge shall:
records or payroll records, demonstrating compliance with work
regulation is also hereby incorporated unless expressly stated
connection with the delivering vessel during bunkering.
(a) State and discuss the contents of the declaration of
hour restrictions in Section 317-40-085 and shall, upon request,
otherwise.
(b) The primary duty of the deck-rover is to monitor for oil spills
inspection required under 33 C.F.R. Sec. 156.150;
provide that information to the office of marine safety.
WAC 317-40-050 Receiving vessel procedures.
WAC 317-40-100 Owner and operator responsibilities.
on deck or over the side during bunkering. The deck-rover may
(b) Discuss procedures for informing the delivering vessel's or
Receiving vessel personnel on a covered vessel being refueled
perform other duties not in conflict with his or her primary duty.
facility's person in charge before the receiving vessel changes
(1) Owners and operators of receiving and delivering vessels
in state waters shall comply with the requirements of this
The deck-rover shall:
over tanks or begins topping off; and
must ensure that the procedures required under this chapter are
section.
(i) Visually inspect the deck and water near or opposite all
(c) Discuss emergency shutdown procedures and identify each
implemented and followed on their vessels.
(1) Training. Except for a receiving vessel subject to subsection
bunker tanks and each tank's sounding tube and vent, if
vessel's means to shut down the transfer in an emergency.
(2) Owners and operators shall ensure that records are kept as
(2) of this section, a receiving vessel's person in charge shall
accessible; and
(2) The receiving vessel's person in charge shall identify for the
required by this chapter and federal regulations.
WAC 317-40-130 Oil spills.
conduct a training session for all personnel with duties under the
(ii) Remain in a position during changing over of tanks or topping
delivering vessel's or facility's person in charge those personnel
vessel's oil transfer procedure within 48 hours before a vessel's
designated as point-of-transfer watch and deckrover watch.
(1) In the event oil is spilled into the water, or discharged onto
off to view any spillage on deck or in the water.
scheduled bunkering. If personnel not assigned bunkering duties
(5) Personnel duties. Except for the deck-rover watch,
(3) A receiving vessel may not receive bunkers unless a person
either the receiving or delivering vessel's deck outside fixed
in the oil transfer procedure are assigned such duties, the
personnel assigned bunkering responsibilities may perform only
proficient in English and a language common to the vessel's
containment, the vessel’s persons in charge shall immediately
person in charge shall train such personnel before they assume
those duties assigned while the vessel is bunkering. All
officers and crew is present at the pretransfer conference.
shut down the bunkering operation.
bunkering responsibilities. Training shall be conducted in a
personnel assigned to bunkering shall comply with their
The receiving vessel's owner or operator shall provide an
(2) Bunkering may not resume until: (a) Notification is made as
language common to both the person in charge and personnel
assigned duties under the vessel's oil transfer procedure and
interpreter proficient in English and a language common to the
required in RCW 90.56.280; and (b) The persons in charge
being trained. The training shall include, but is not limited to, a
vessel's officers and crew at the request of the office, the
determine that there is no threat of subsequent oil spills.
remain at their work stations during topping off.
review of the:
(6) Vessel access. A receiving vessel must have an
delivering vessel's or facility's person in charge, or the U.S.
WAC 317-40-140 Compliance.
(a) Vessel's preloading plan as described in subsection (3) of
accommodation ladder in place to use for access between the
Coast Guard.
(1) Upon request by the office, an owner or operator of a
this section;
receiving and delivering vessels, or between the receiving
(4) If the delivering vessel’s person-in-charge is not satisfied
receiving or delivering vessel involved in bunkering in state
(b) Civil and criminal penalties and liabilities for not complying
vessel and facility. If the vessel's master determines that the
with the receiving vessel’s representative’s English proficiency,
waters shall demonstrate compliance with this chapter. The
with federal and state regulations, and for spilling oil in
ladder is inaccessible from the delivering vessel another means
he or she shall request an interpreter.
owner or operator
WAC 317-40-080 Delivering vessel procedures.
Washington waters;
of access must be provided that meets the standards
shall make available to the office any or all of the following: (a)
(c) Vessel's oil transfer procedure, including each person's
established in the International Convention for the Safety of
Delivering vessel personnel may not begin bunkering unless:
the receiving vessel's official and engineering logs; (b) written
responsibilities and station;
Life at Sea, 1974, as consolidated in 1986 (SOLAS). If the
(1) The tanker man meets the certification requirements under
company policies; (c) standing orders; (d) the receiving vessel's
(d) English phrases and hand signals to communicate the
vessel master determines access is not safe due to weather or
46 C.F.R. Subpart 12.20 and has undergone annual training to
preloading plan; (e) each vessel's declaration of inspection form;
instructions listed in subsection (8)(b) of this section; and
seastate, the master may allow communication by radio or by
become familiar with the requirements of this chapter.
(f) the vessel's oil transfer procedures; and
(e) Emergency shutdown procedures described under WAC
means set forth in subsection 8 of this section.
(2) Access is provided to and from the receiving vessel that
(g) training materials.
(7) Soundings. The receiving vessel's person in charge shall
meets WAC 317-40-050(5).
WAC 317-40-150 Enforcement.
317-40-065.
(2) Intrastate operation. A receiving vessel underway in state
ensure that he or she receives sounding reports on tank levels
(3) A pretransfer conference was held that met the requirements
(1) Failure to comply with the requirements of chapter 88.46
waters more than 50 percent of the time in a calendar year and
according to the monitoring procedure established in the
of WAC 317-40-070;
RCW, the provisions of this chapter, or any order or
that bunkers three or more times in a month shall conduct the
vessel's preloading plan.
(4) A declaration of inspection was discussed in the pretransfer
administrative action issued by the office under this chapter, the
training session described in subsection (1) of this section at
(8) Communication.
conference and signed by both persons in charge as required
office may: (1) Order an immediate shutdown of the bunkering
least once every month.
(a) The receiving vessel’s person in charge shall ensure that
under 33 C.F.R. Sec. 156.120;
procedure; (2) Require additional personnel; (3) Refer the
(a) The receiving vessel's owner or operator shall submit a
(5) The delivering vessel's person in charge ensures that
violations for criminal prosecution pursuant to 88.46.080 RCW;
communication between the receiving and delivering vessel or
written schedule of the vessel's operations to the office stating:
facility is accomplished either visually and by voice, sound-
communication between the receiving and delivering vessel is
or (4) Take other appropriate actions to address the violation.
(i) The vessel's name, call sign, and official number;
powered phones, radio, or air horn as required under 33 C.F.R.
accomplished either visually and by voice, sound-powered
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