Code of Federal Regulations Title 46. Shipping § 46.98.30–33 Warning signals
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(a) If the vessel is moored, no person may transfer to or from a portable tank or IBC a product with a flashpoint of less than 300° F unless the person in charge displays a—
(1) Red flag by day; and
(2) Red electric lantern by night.
(b) If the vessel is at anchor, no person may transfer to or from a portable tank or IBC a product with a flashpoint of less than 300° F unless the person in charge displays a red flag.
(c) The signal required in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section must be visible on all sides of the vessel.
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