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DOT - 46 CFR PART 111

ELECTRIC SYSTEMS-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

active, Most Current
Organization: DOT
Publication Date: 1 October 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 50
scope:

General.

(a) Electric installations on vessels must ensure:

(1) Maintenance of services necessary for safety under normal and emergency conditions.

(2) Protection of passengers, crew, other persons, and the vessel from electrical hazards.

(3) Maintenance of system integrity through compliance with the applicable system requirements (IEEE, NEC, IEC, etc.) to which plan review has been approved.

(b) Combustible material should be avoided in the construction of electrical equipment.

Document History

46 CFR PART 111
October 1, 2018
ELECTRIC SYSTEMS-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
General. (a) Electric installations on vessels must ensure: (1) Maintenance of services necessary for safety under normal and emergency conditions. (2) Protection of passengers, crew, other...
October 1, 2017
ELECTRIC SYSTEMS-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
General. (a) Electric installations on vessels must ensure: (1) Maintenance of services necessary for safety under normal and emergency conditions. (2) Protection of passengers, crew, other...
October 1, 2016
ELECTRIC SYSTEMS-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
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October 1, 2015
ELECTRIC SYSTEMS-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
General. (a) Electric installations on vessels must ensure: (1) Maintenance of services necessary for safety under normal and emergency conditions. (2) Protection of passengers, crew, other...
October 1, 2014
ELECTRIC SYSTEMS-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
General. (a) Electric installations on vessels must ensure: (1) Maintenance of services necessary for safety under normal and emergency conditions. (2) Protection of passengers, crew, other...

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