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Fishing Vessel Dockside Safety Exam Today!

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Information sharing regarding adequate safety training and effective educational tools can help meet the goal of reducing fatalities in the fishing community so that it is no more dangerous than any other segment of the maritime industry.

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A Dockside Free Commercial Fishing Industry Vessel Safety Examination
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Hull Type:
Wood
Aluminum
Fiberglass
Steel
Other
Vessel Type:
Fishing Vessel
Fish Tender
Fish Processing Vessel
Propulsion:
Outboard
Inboard
Inboard/Outboard
Fishing Equipment:
Long Line
Mult-Rig
Troll
Gill Net
Tender
Trawl
Purse Seine
Trap
Bottom
Other
Fuel:
Gas
Diesel
Portable
Fixed
Route:
Inland
Waters Inside Coastal Waters
Coastal Waters
Boundary Line:
Inside
Outside
3nm
12nm
20nm
50nm
>100nm
Exam Requested Due To:
At Sea Boarding (4100)
Owner
Family Member
Observer Coverage
Exemption
Other

COLLECTION OF INFORMATION PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT:  In accordance with Public law 93-579

 

AUTHORITY:  46 USC 4502, 46 USC 4504, 46 USC 4507, 46 USC 6104 and 14 USC 89

 

PURPOSE:  Document Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Voluntary Dockside Examinations, analyze data to effectively enhance fishing vessel safety and promote public awareness and education.  Information may be retained on file indefinitely.

 

ROUTINE USE:  This information is to be used for uniform Coast Guard reporting and administration of Voluntary Dockside Examination data.  It will be used to record the number of vessels and level of compliance with Coast Guard regulations.

 

MANDATORY OR VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURE:  Providing information here is voluntary.  Failure to provide information may delay pertinent actions in following up with your applicable request(s).

Last Modified 10/17/2007