(a) Where fitted, it shall be the duty of the master to see that the emergency lighting
and power systems are tested and inspected at least once in each week that the vessel
is navigated to be assured that the system is in proper operating condition.
(b) Internal combustion engine driven emergency generators shall be tested under load
for at least 2 hours, at least once in each month that the vessel is navigated.
(c) Storage batteries for emergency lighting and power systems shall be tested at least
once in each 6–month period that the vessel is navigated to demonstrate the ability
of the storage battery to supply the emergency loads for the period of time specified
in Table 112.05–5(a) of this chapter.
(d) The date of the tests required by this section and the condition and performance
of the apparatus shall be noted in the vessel's Official Logbook or in logs or records
considered to take the place of the Official Logbook.
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