Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents|
| Part Number:||1917|
| Part Title:||Marine Terminals|
| Subpart Title:||Specialized Terminals|
| Standard Number:||1917.73|
| Title:||Terminal facilities handling menhaden and similar species of fish (See also § 1917.2, definition of hazardous cargo, materials, substance or atmosphere).|
| GPO Source:||e-CFR|
Tanks in terminal areas used for receiving or storing bailwater for recirculating into vessel holds in discharging operations shall be opened or ventilated to minimize contamination of water circulated to the vessel. Bailwater tanks shall be thoroughly drained upon completion of each day's operations and shall be left open to the air. Drainage is unnecessary when bailwater has been treated to remove hydrogen sulfide-producing contaminants and the efficiency of such treatment has been established by the employer.
Before employees enter a dock tank, it shall first be drained, rinsed and tested for hydrogen sulfide and oxygen deficiency. Employees shall not enter the tank when the hydrogen sulfide level exceeds 20 ppm or oxygen content is less than 19.5 percent, except in emergencies.
Tests shall be conducted by designated personnel with suitable test equipment and respiratory protective equipment complying with the provisions of 1910.134 of this chapter.
Pipelines and hoses on the dock or terminal used for receiving