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Burning or hot work conducted on marine terminals, piers, and wharves or moored vessels shall be in accordance with this section.
An applicant for a permit to perform hot work on a vessel shall provide a copy of a Marine Chemist’s Certificate authorizing hot work with the permit application. If a permit is issued1 the permit 18 holder 1 shall post a copy of the Certificate in a conspicuous place near the gangway of the vessel under repair. The permit holder shall perform all work in accordance with NFPA 306, Control of Gas Hazards on Vessels. Hot work is prohibited while a vessel is fueling, loading or unloading hazardous materials, or when Class “A” or “B” explosives are on board or within 100 feet (30 480 mm) 1 of the vessel.
Hot work is prohibited at marine terminals and on piers, wharves, or moored vessels under any of the following conditions:
1. During gas freeing operations;
2. Within 100 feet (30 480 mm) 1 of bulk cargo operations involving the loading or unloading of flammable or combustible materials;
3. Within 100 feet (30 480 mm) 1 of fueling (bunkering) operations; and
1. So in Ord. 255-19.
Any person performing hot work shall perform the work in compliance with this code and the regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Department of Labor, and U.S. Coast Guard.