a. The ship's electrical officer should give permission to shut down shore power at a
stated time after the ship's generators have been started, synchronized, and have assumed the
electrical load. Paralleling of ship's generators and shore power should be limited to 10 seconds
b. The ship's electrical officer should receive notification that all shore power receptacle
circuit breakers are open and that "DANGER" tags have been attached on shore power receptacle
circuit breakers in accordance with tag out procedures.
Shores Disconnection of Cable Plugs and Removal of Cable Assemblies
Ensure shore power receptacle circuit breakers are open and tagged,
shore power energized indicting lights are extinguished, and shore power
cable assemblies disconnected at the source.
a. Disconnect cable assemblies by removing plugs from shore power receptacles.
b. Close shore power receptacle access covers.
c. Remove "DANGER" signs.
d. Lower cable assemblies from the ship onto the pier and reel for shipment to the cable
e. Notify the ship that all connections have been removed and necessary forms signed and