6 December 2006
Including change 1, 7 December 2006
13-7.5.2 Open shore power receptacle access covers.
13-7.5.3 Use the voltage tester to test the terminals in shore power receptacles to
ensure they are deenergized.
13-7.5.4 Insert shore power cable plugs into the shore power receptacle.
SHORE-TO-SHIP POWER CABLE RIGGING AFTER SHIP DOCKS. Upon
ship's arrival contact ship's electrical officer, determine cable connection time, provide
necessary personnel, and receive ship connect/disconnect form.
Check all cable assemblies for proper phase rotation.
Check all cable assemblies for proper cable orientation.
Check all cables to ensure they are still deenergized.
Ship's Force shall install "DANGER" tags and locks on ship's shore power
circuit breakers. If 4,160 volts, test for no voltage and ground ship's shore power bus.
Ship's Force install "DANGER" tags and locks on the shore facility's shore
power circuit breakers.
Ship's Force test all cables to ensure they are deenergized.
Load cable assemblies from shore to ship. Ship's personnel connect shore
power cables to ship's shore power receptacles (ship's bus if 4,160 volts).
The ship's electrical officer must give permission to shore personnel that
shore personnel are to energize shore power at a stated time. If 4160 volts, ship's
personnel remove grounds on ship's shore power bus. Ship's personnel remove
"DANGER" tags and locks from ship's shore power circuit breakers. If 4160 volts, shore
activity personnel remove grounds from load side of shore facility's shore power circuit
breakers. Shore personnel and ship's personnel remove "DANGER" tags and locks
from the shore facility's shore power circuit breakers. At that time after checking that
electrical power is supplied to the ship's electrical bus the ship's electrical officer will
transfer the ship's electrical load within 10 seconds of shore power input.
SHIP'S TRANSFER TO SHORE POWER.
After the ship has notified that transfer has been completed, necessary
forms shall be filled out and signed. During the times cables are
energized they are prohibited from being moved.