Civil penalty means a final assessment under the provisions of 33 CFR part 1, subpart 1.07 or part 20 of this chapter.
Coast Guard SIP Advisor means the Coast Guard marine inspector assigned by the Officer
in Charge, Marine Inspection (OCMI), to assist in the development of an action plan.
Company means the owner of the vessel or any other organization or person, such as
the manager or the bareboat charterer, who operates a vessel under the SIP.
Company Action Plan (CAP) means the document describing a company's organization,
policies, and responsibilities required for participation in the SIP.
Company SIP Agent means the individual who is responsible for the Company Action Plan
and the Vessel Action Plan development and implementation and who has the authority
to bind the company to the terms of these plans.
Correction Report means a document which sets out specific vessel deficiencies and
is used to record their correction by the company.
Documented deficiency means an incident documented in a Coast Guard record in which
the condition of a vessel, its equipment, or its operation was not in compliance with
Coast Guard regulations.
Examination Checklist means any document or form approved in the VAP, that may be
used by company employees to record the periodic examinations required by the VAP.
Inspection Criteria References (ICR) means the individual pages in the VAP that list
each item on the vessel required by regulation to be periodically inspected.
Inspection Schedule and Verification (ISV) means the document that lists the items
to be inspected and the intervals for their inspection, and on which is recorded the
completion of required examinations and tests conducted by designated company employees.
Prototype SIP plan means the SIP plans developed for a company or vessel participating
in a Coast Guard District-or OCMI–endorsed SIP before August 18, 1998.
Reportable casualty means a marine casualty or accident required to be reported under
46 CFR part 4, subpart 4.05 of this chapter.
Streamlined Inspection Program (SIP) means the alternative inspection program set
out in this subpart.
Vessel Action Plan (VAP) means the document that prescribes procedures for maintenance,
examination, and inspection of a vessel enrolled in the SIP.
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