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A marine casualty is defined in Title 46 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 4.03-1. Essentially it is casualty or accident involving a vessel (other than a public vessel), that occurs upon the navigable waters of the United States, its territories or possessions.
What measures does 46 CFR Part 4 require?
46 CFR Part 4.06 requires post-SMI chemical testing for alcohol use. 33 CFR Part 95.035 allows for a marine employer or a law enforcement officer to direct an individual to undergo a chemical test for intoxicants when reasonable cause exists or a marine casualty has occurred.
What is a Coast Guard 2692?
2692 Casualty Reporting Forms REPORT of MARINE CASUALTY, COMMERCIAL DIVING CASUALTY, or OCS-RELATED CASUALTY.
How soon is the CG 2692 submitted to the Marine Safety Office?
For reporting a marine casualty, within 5 days of the casualty. For chemical testing of commercial vessel personnel, according to the requirements in 46 CFR Part 16. How is the information submitted? (and CG-2692A, CG-2692B, CG-2692C and CG-2692D, if necessary) within 5 days of the casualty.
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