- Extinguishers listed for Class A, Class B, and Class C fires shall be installed at the pier/land intersection on a pier that exceeds 25 ft (7.62 m) in length.
- Additional fire extinguishers shall be placed such that the maximum travel distance to an extinguisher does not exceed 75 ft (22.86 m).
- Extinguishers shall be protected from environmental exposures to prevent damage and lack of operability.
(A) Portable fire extinguishers that meet the minimum requirements of Chapter 5 of NFPA 10 for extra (high) hazard type shall be installed on two sides of a fuel-dispensing area. [303:126.96.36.199.2.1]
(B) On piers or bulkheads where long fueling hoses are installed for fueling vessels, additional extinguishers installed on piers or bulkheads shall meet the requirements of Chapter 5 of NFPA 10 for extra (high) hazard type and 188.8.131.52.1.1.1. [303:184.108.40.206.2.2]
- An automatic fire detection and alarm system supervised by a central station complying with NFPA 72
- An automatic fire detection and alarm system supervised by a local protective signaling system complying with NFPA 72, if the provisions of 220.127.116.11.4.2(1) are not technically feasible
- A full-time watch service if the provisions of 18.104.22.168.4.2(1) are not technically feasible
- Rooms containing combustible storage or goods
- Rooms containing flammable liquid storage or use
- Rooms containing battery storage or maintenance
- Rooms containing paint and solvent storage or use
- Areas used for enclosed or covered storage of vessels
- Areas used for enclosed or covered maintenance of vessels
- Areas used for public assembly, dining, or lodging
- Kitchens and food preparation areas
- Dust bins and collectors
- Inside trash storage areas
- Rooms used for storing janitor supplies or linens
- Laundry rooms
- Furnace rooms
- The vessel shall be inspected for any hazardous materials or conditions that could exist, and corrective action shall be taken.
- Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) cylinders, reserve supplies of stove alcohol or kerosene, and charcoal shall be removed from the premises or stored in a separate, designated safe area.
- All portable fuel tanks shall be removed from the premises or emptied and, if emptied, the cap shall be removed and the tank left open to the atmosphere.
- * Permanently installed fuel tanks shall be stored at least 95 percent full.
- Drain plugs shall be removed (in sprinklered buildings).
- Batteries shall be disconnected or the master battery switch turned off.
- Fuel tank valves shall be closed.
- For seasonal storage, the requirements of 22.214.171.124.1 shall apply.
- The battery compartment is arranged to provide adequate ventilation.
- A listed battery charger is used to provide a suitable charge.
- The power connection to the charger consists of a three-wire cord of not less than No. 14 AWG conductors connected to a source of 110 V to 125 V single-phase current, with a control switch and approved circuit protection device designed to trip at not more than 125 percent of the rated amperage of the charger.
- There is no connection on the load side of the charger to any other device except the battery, and the boat battery switch is turned off.
- The battery is properly connected to the charger, and the grounding conductor effectively grounds the charger enclosure.
- Unattended battery chargers are checked at intervals not exceeding 8 hours while in operation.
- Presence of combustible vapors in any compartment
- General maintenance and cleanliness, and location of any combustible materials that require removal or protection for the safe accomplishment of the particular work involved
- Quantity, type, and apparent condition of fire-extinguishing equipment onboard
- Listed and appropriate shore power inlet(s) and ship-to-shore cable(s), when present
- A prohibition against the use of any form of hibachis, charcoal, wood, or gas-type portable cooking equipment, except in specifically authorized areas that are not on the docks, on boats in the berthing area, or near flammables
- Procedures for disposal of trash
- Designation of nonsmoking areas
- Location of fire extinguishers and hoses
- Procedures for turning in a fire alarm
- Fueling procedures
- * Emergency contact information and marina address for notifying emergency services to respond to an incident
- Procedures before fueling
- Stop all engines and auxiliaries
- Shut off all electricity, open flames, and heat sources
- Check bilges for fuel vapors
- Extinguish all smoking materials
- Close access fittings and openings that could allow fuel vapors to enter the boat's enclosed spaces
- Remove all personnel from the boat except the person handling the fueling hose
- Procedures during fueling
- Maintain nozzle contact with fill pipe
- Attend fuel-filling nozzle at all times
- Wipe up spills immediately
- Avoid overfilling
- Procedures after fueling and before starting engine
- Inspect bilges for leakage or fuel odors
- Ventilate until odors are removed