6 December 2006
Including change 1, 7 December 2006
SHIP CONNECTION PROCEDURES BEFORE SHIP DOCKS. A Logistics
Requirement (LOGREQ) message, which describes power and general berthing
requirements, will normally be received from the arriving ship prior to entering port. This
information, in conjunction with the berthing assignment received from Waterfront
Operations, will allow the Shore-to-Ship Group to prepare the berth prior to the ship's
General. Wear appropriate PPE in accordance with Chapter 4.
Laying, Inspecting, and Testing Power Cable Assemblies. Power cables
should be removed from shore storage and transported to the pier where the ship will
dock. Qualified personnel should proceed as follows for each cable assembly
13-7.2.1 Laying Power Cable Assemblies. This procedure involves moving the
power cables from the storage place to where it is laid out on the pier.
13-184.108.40.206 The only vehicles authorized to drag power cables on the piers are a shop
mule, a line truck, a reel truck, fork lift, or a boom truck. Operators should have a valid
state commercial driver's license (CDL), should have a current medical examination,
and should be physically and mentally fit to operate the vehicle. Fork lift operators shall
have a valid fork lift license. In addition, boom truck operators should have a valid
category 4 crane operator's license.
13-220.127.116.11 Use vehicle in accordance with SOP.
13-18.104.22.168 Check pier area for obstructions that may prevent the shore power set up. If
obstacles are present contact your work leader or foreman to inform them of the
13-22.214.171.124 Place vehicle in position. Whenever possible, use a second person when
backing up or placing in tight space.
13-126.96.36.199 Whenever loading or unloading the operator should ensure:
The vehicle is operated safely in accordance with training procedures.
Barriers are set to proper distance.
Wheel chocks are placed down.
Sets of cables are connected together.
No unauthorized persons are in the area that may be struck from swinging
or falling cable.