The Puget Sound Harbor Safety Plan was last reviewed and updated in June 2017. The review for 2018 has yet to identify any needed updates, however, the Plan is always under review and new or revised Standards of Care can occur at any time. Any changes in 2018 will be highlighted here.
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This Section includes Statement of Purpose, Committee Membership, Geographic Applicability.
This Section includes information regarding: Aids to Navigation, Advance Notice of Arrival; Automatic Identification System; Charts (Required); Communications (Emergency Response); Fishing Net Conflict Resolution; Naval Vessels - Protection Zones; Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary; Pilotage; Small Vessel and Marine Management; and Tanker Size Restrictions.
This Section includes various Standards of Care developed by the Harbor Safety Committee. They include:
- Bridge Team Management
- Bunkering Operations
- Dead Ship Tow Plans
- Equipment Failures
- Heavy Weather
- Hot Work
- Linehandling at Grain Terminals
- Port Angeles Precautionary Area
- Propulsion Loss Prevention
- Restricted Visibility
- Rosario Strait Towing Operations
- Spokane Street Bridge Openings Notification
- Tanker Escorts
- Terminal Gantry Crane Safety
- Towing Vessel Operations
- Underkeel Clearance