(a) Each marine transfer area for LHG must have a rotating or flashing amber light that
is visible for at least 1,600 meters (1 mile) from the transfer connection in all
(b) Each marine transfer area for LHG must also have a siren that is audible for at least
1,600 meters (1 mile) from the transfer connection in all directions.
(c) Each light and siren required by this section must be located so as to minimize obstructions. If any obstruction will prevent any of these alarms from meeting paragraph (a) or
(b) of this section, the operator of the waterfront facility handling LHG shall propose
for approval by the local COTP additional or alternative warning devices that provide
an equivalent level of safety.
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