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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Compliance Self-Checkup

Our hearts go out to all those effected by COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  While quarantined onboard, we’ve created a Compliance Self-Checkup for you to use.  We hope that this will help you to discover and alleviate any potential compliance related issues onboard.

As always, if you need assistance, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.  We can be reached +1 954.372.3682 or at contact@dayboardmaritime.com.

 

  • Per 42 CFR 71.21, vessels destined for a U.S. port are required to report to the CDC any sick or deceased crew/passengers during the 15 days prior to arrival at a U.S. port.

 

  • The Coast Guard will continue to review all “Notice of Arrivals” in accordance with current policies and will communicate any concerns stemming from sick or deceased crew or passengers to their Coast Guard chain of command and the cognizant CDC quarantine station, who will coordinate with local health authorities.

 

  • Vessel masters shall inform Coast Guard boarding teams of any ill crewmembers on their vessel prior to embarking the team.

 

  • Local industry stakeholders, in partnership with their Coast Guard COTP, should review and be familiar with section 5310 Procedures for Vessel Quarantine and Isolation, and Section 5320 – Procedures for Security Segregation of Vessels in their Area Maritime Security Plan.

 

  • Local industry stakeholders, in partnership with their Coast Guard COTP, should review and be familiar with their Marine Transportation System Recovery Plan.

 

  • Maritime facility operators are reminded that they are not permitted to impede the embarkation/disembark of crew members as permitted under Seafarer’s access regulations. This authority resides with CBP, Coast Guard, or the CDC for medical matters. Facility operators should contact their local CBP, Coast Guard, or CDC/health department offices regarding specifics questions or concerns about their individual operations.

 

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