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Designated Person Ashore

Last Updated: 02/28/2018

Training Ship Golden Bear

SAM-01- Policy, Responsibility, and Authority

  • 11.0 It is Company policy to appoint and to list in writing a designated person(s) in accordance with 33 CFR 96.250 (c). This information can be found on
  • the Safety and Compliance dashboard as well as the Safety and Environmental Policy posters placed about the ship.
  • 11.1 The Academy has appointed the Director of Safety and Risk Management,
  • Marianne Spotorno, as the designated person to carry out the company's onshore responsibility and authority for the SMS.
  • 11.2 The written responsibility and authority of the designated person(s) shall include monitoring the safety and pollution prevention aspects of the operation of Training ship and port facility. The Academy shall ensure that adequate resources and shore-based support are provided to enable the designated person to carry out his or her SMS responsibilities, as required. The designated person is given the authority to perform his or her duties from the highest authority in the Academy and has direct access to highest levels of management ashore and aboard the company's vessel(s).
  • 11.3 The Master on board the training ship will maintain contact with, and report to the DPA on matters concerning the safety and environmental protection on board the vessel.
  • 11.4 The DPA will monitor the effectiveness of the safety management system, arranges audits, ensures corrective actions and changes to the system are correctly implemented.
  • 11.5 The DPA shall be designated in the vessel Sailing Orders.
  • 11.6 The DPA will review and process all documents and reports received from the vessel and take action as necessary to amend, or improve upon any condition that relates to the safety of the vessel and its crew. The
  • DPA will also provide feedback about applicable parts of findings that may be of importance to all vessels within the academies fleet.
  • 11.7 Designated Persons Ashore are responsible for operational integrity to ensure the SMS requirements are fulfilled.

 

Note: Training Ship Golden Bear (TSGB) is regulated under MARAD. For operations pertaining to the TSGB  -  Refer to Shoreside Administration Manual (SAM) and Vessel Operations Manual (VOM).

 


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Last Updated: 4/11/2017

The process of protection of both people and property through integrated system management.

Cal Maritime Safety Management Overview

The process of protection of both people and property through integrated system management.

It is the policy of California State University, Maritime Academy to plan and maintain, insofar as it is reasonably within its control to do so, a campus environment for faculty, staff, students, and the public that will not adversely affect their health and safety nor subject them to avoidable risks of accidental injury or illness.  University operations shall be conducted in a manner to avoid injuries or illnesses and to comply with all applicable regulations and, when appropriate, with accepted health and safety standards.  No student or employee will be required to perform any task which is determined to be unsafe or unreasonably hazardous.

The Health and Safety Portal is designed to provide  valuable safety information in an effort to protect campus community during their course of their daily activities. Due to the unique dynamics of Cal Maritime, the occupational health and safety components touch not only the employees but the cadets as well. 

Note: Training Ship Golden Bear (TSGB) is regulated under MARADFor operations pertaining to the TSGB  -  Refer to Shoreside Administration Manual (SAM) and Vessel Operations Manual (VOM).


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Last Updated: 9/1/2017

To implement this safety policy, departments and programs will ensure that facilities and equipment meet all federal, state and local safety laws and regulations, and will promulgate, and supervise compliance with appropriate policies, standards and procedures to carry out campus health and safety programs.  Employees must also have an avenue to report potential safety hazards without fear of retribution, and with confidence that they will be addressed in a timely manner.

While the overall responsibility for campus health and safety rests with the President, the immediate responsibility for preventing campus accidents belongs to each employee who performs a supervisory role and, finally, to each individual campus employee.  Accordingly, all faculty and staff are expected to take whatever actions are necessary to ensure that safe and healthful conditions and practices prevail within the areas under their control.

All members of the campus community are to cooperate fully with all aspects of the University health and safety programs.

 


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