U.S. COAST GUARD

       MARINE SAFETY CENTER

               WASHINGTON, D.C.

 

 

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Marine Safety Center Engineering Division

The Marine Safety Center's Engineering Division is responsible for supervising the plan review, third-party oversight and technical support activities of the Electrical and Machinery Branch.

**NEW** Passenger Vessel Association Industry Days: **NEW**

Recently, the Electrical Branch participated in two Industry Days organized by the Passenger Vessel Association. Digital recording of both presentations may be found HERE.  

Machinery Branch (E1):

The Machinery Branch is responsible for conducting plan review, oversight of third parties, and for providing support to CG field units in the following areas of commercial vessel design:

-Piping systems

-Fixed firefighting systems

-Steering Systems

-Main propulsion systems

-Pressure vessels

-Alternatives fuels

-Boilers

The Machinery Branch is also responsible for the type approval of certain systems, including Ballast Water Management Systems. More information on ballast water management can be found here

Electrical Branch (E2):

The Electrical Branch is responsible for conducting plan review and oversight of third parties and for providing support to Coast Guard field units in the following areas of commercial vessel design:

-Electrical equipment installations

-Fire detection systems

-Vital machinery automation

-Control systems, including dynamic positioning systems

 

 

 

 

 


 

Last Modified: 10/26/2017