§ 13.101 Purpose
§ 13.103 Incorporation by reference
§ 13.105 Paperwork approval
§ 13.106 Requirement to hold an MMC
§ 13.107 Tankerman endorsement: General
§ 13.109 Tankerman endorsement: Authorized cargoes
§ 13.111 Restricted tankerman endorsement
§ 13.115 Chemical testing requirements
§ 13.117 Re-issuance of expired tankerman endorsements
§ 13.119 Expiration of endorsement
§ 13.120 Renewal of tankerman endorsement
§ 13.121 Courses for tankerman endorsements
§ 13.123 Recency of service or experience for original tankerman endorsement
§ 13.125 Physical and medical requirements
§ 13.127 Service: General
§ 13.129 Quick-reference table for tankerman endorsements

Terms Used In CFR > Title 46 > Chapter I > Subchapter B > Part 13 > Subpart A

  • Approved: means approved by the Coast Guard. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Barge: means a non-self propelled vessel as defined in 46 U. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Cargo engineer: means a person holding an officer endorsement on a dangerous-liquid tankship or a liquefied-gas tankship whose primary responsibility is maintaining the cargo system and cargo-handling equipment. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Chemical tanker: means a tank vessel that is certificated to carry or carries chemicals in bulk as cargo or cargo residue. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Chief engineer: means the senior engineer responsible for the mechanical propulsion and the operation and maintenance of the mechanical and electrical installations of the vessel. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Credential: means any or all of the following:

    (1) Merchant mariner's document. See 46 CFR 10.107

  • Endorsement: is a statement of a mariner's qualifications and, for the purposes of this chapter, includes only those endorsements listed in §10. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Evidence: Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case for one side or the other.
  • First assistant engineer: means the engineer officer next in rank to the chief engineer and upon whom the responsibility for the mechanical propulsion and the operation and maintenance of the mechanical and electrical installations of the vessel will fall in the event of the incapacity of the chief engineer. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Liquefied gas tanker: means a tank vessel that is certificated to carry or carries liquefied gases in bulk as cargo or cargo residue. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Liquid cargo in bulk: means a liquid or liquefied gas listed in §153. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Master: means the officer having command of a vessel. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Oil tanker: means a tank vessel that is certificated to carry or carries oil in bulk as cargo or cargo residue. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • PIC: means a person in charge. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • STCW: means the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978, as amended (incorporated by reference, see §10. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Tank barge: means a non-self-propelled tank vessel. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Tank vessel: means a vessel that is constructed or adapted to carry, or that carries, oil or hazardous material in bulk as cargo or cargo residue, and that--

    (1) Is a vessel of the United States. See 46 CFR 10.107

  • Tankerman assistant: means a person holding a valid "Tankerman-Assistant" endorsement on his or her MMC. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Tankship: means any self-propelled tank vessel constructed or adapted primarily to carry oil or hazardous material in bulk as cargo or as cargo residue. See 46 CFR 10.107
  • Transfer: means any movement of fuel, dangerous liquid, or liquefied gas as cargo in bulk or as cargo residue to or from a vessel by means of pumping, gravitation, or displacement. See 46 CFR 10.107