Emergency Dewatering Equipment

Moxie Media 7 minutes

The U.S. Coast Guard has recently noticed an increasing failure rate amongst the inspected towing vessel fleet with regard to fixed and portable emergency dewatering equipment.

When there is a situation requiring the use of emergency dewatering equipment; it is imperative that this equipment is readily available and fully operational. This includes preparing the equipment for use in the shortest amount of time in order to prevent a catastrophic event.
Ensure that emergency equipment is fully functional, that the crew is well trained, and that they can put pumps into service in an emergency situation.

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Moxie Media

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  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 7 minutes
  5. Intended for: All officers and crew serving on any type of vessel supplied with emergency dewatering equipment.
  6. Reference: Based on parts of 46 CFR 143.25 (a) requirements.