USCG publishes STCW Final Rule

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Implementation of the STCW 2010 Amendments

The U.S. Coast Guard announced the publication of the final rule “Implementation of the Amendments to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978, and Changes to National Endorsements” in the Federal Register.

This final rule will implement the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978, as amended (STCW Convention), as well as the Seafarer’s Training, Certification and Watchkeeping Code (STCW Code), to address the comments received from the public in response to the supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking and to incorporate the 2010 amendments to the STCW Convention, which came into force January 1, 2012. In addition, this final rule makes other changes not required by the STCW Convention or Code, but necessary to reorganize, clarify and update these regulations.

The major changes in this rule will:

  • Clarify transitional provision for STCW endorsements and for the issuance of medical certificates.
  • Provide additional training topics for STCW endorsements as part of approved formal training.
  • Clarify the application of security requirements.
  • Provide additional means for mariners holding a domestic tankerman endorsement to qualify for STCW tankerman endorsements.
  • Remove the chief engineer (limited-near-coastal) endorsement.
  • Exempt pilot vessels engaged in pilotage duty from STCW requirements.
  • Amend requirements for sea service credit for cadets serving onboard academy training ships if sea service is part of an approved training program.
  • Revise sea service requirements for Offshore Supply Vessel endorsements, provide the option to complete an approved course and provide a career progression path.
  • Clarify the trianing requirements and definition for the position of Qualified Assessor.
  • Add the endorsement for mate of ocean self-propelled vessels of less than 200 GRT.
  • Add formal training requirements for STCW endorsements as electro-technical officer and electro-technical rating.
  • Add provisions for mariners serving on STCW-compliant vessels to also hold an STCW endorsement.

This final rule is effective March 24, 2014 except for46 CFR part 10, subpart C, which is effective January 23, 2014. The incorporation by reference of certain publications listed in the rule is approved by the Director of the Federal Register on March 24, 2014.

All signatories to the STCW Convention are presumed to be fulfilling their obligations under the Convention and, by publishing and implementing this final rule, the U.S. is joining the other signatories, including, but not limited to, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. The U.S. is also ensuring that the U.S. remains on the IMO “White List” of countries giving the Convention full and complete effect. Inclusion on this list entitles U.S.-flag vessels to equal treatment under foreign nation port state control procedures, and enables U.S. mariners to compete in the global workforce. This final rule alsoensures that U.S. mariner credentialing requirements are consistent with international standards. Additionally, the rule strengthens U.S. authority to enforce the STCW Convention and STCW Code against foreign flag vessels in U.S. waters.

Parties to the STCW Convention have port state control authority to detain vessels that do not comply with the Convention. If U.S. regulations are non-compliant with the STCW Convention and STCW Code, there is a risk that U.S. vessels will be detained in foreign ports and that U.S. mariners not in compliance with the STCW Convention would be ineligible to serve on foreign flag vessels.

Over 90 percent of ships visiting U.S. waters are foreign-flag carrying multinational crews, and are subject to STCW. Additionally, approximately 1044 U.S. documented commercial vessels operate on ocean or near coastal voyages and are subject to the provisions of STCW. Implementation and enforcement of the STCW requirements promote shipboard practices that reduce the risk of human errors that could potentially lead to an accident in U.S. waters.

You can view the entire final rule by clicking at the announcement in the Federal Register of theImplementation of the STCW Amendments – Final Rule

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