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U.S. Coast Guard, Office of Boating Safety, Program Operations Branch presentation at the March 2011 NASBLA BLA Workshop, Lexington, KY

U.S. Coast Guard, Office of Boating Safety, Program Operations Branch presentation at the March 2011 NASBLA BLA Workshop, Lexington, KY

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  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
  • Looking further at how EDUCATION is involved in Boating AccidentsOut of the CG Reportable accidents for the most recent recreational boating accident statistics (2009) available www.uscgboating.orgOf all the “Operators” that were involved in “Accidents”, 29% reported “any”/some type of boating safety instruction.
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    • 1. Program Operations BranchCG-54222
      Get With the Program
      NASBLA Spring BLA Workshop
      Lexington, KY
      March 2, 2011
    • 2. Sorry that I missed you in Hawaii!
      Hawaii
      Lexington
    • 3. We are from Coast Guard headquarters, and here to help!
      Every day we travel in this…..
      To get here…….
    • 4. So we can
      “Minimize the loss of life, personal injury, property damage, and environmental impact associated with the use of recreational boats, through preventive means, in order to maximize safe use and enjoyment of U.S. Waterways by the public.”
    • 5. Boating Safety Division
    • 6. Boating Safety Division
      • Staff of 33 (28 USCG staff and 5 contractors)
      • 7. Organized in four Branches
      • 8. CG-54221 - Program Management
      • 9. CG-54222 - Program Operations
      • 10. CG-54223 - Product Assurance
      • 11. CG-54224 – Grants Management
    • Program Management BranchCG-54221
      • National Boating Accident Report Database (BARD) and Statistical Analysis
      • 12. Legislation and Vessel Identification System (VIS)
      • 13. Regulations Development
      • 14. Financial Management
      • 15. National Boating Safety Advisory Council (NBSAC)
    • Product Assurance BranchCG-54223
      • Develop and enforce Federal safety regulations for the manufacture and importation of recreational boats and associated equipment.
      • 16. Product Testing and Information - Inspect and test recreational boats for compliance.
      • 17. Goal = 2,000/year
      • 18. Investigate consumer complaints involving alleged safety defects and non-compliance with Federal regulations.
      • 19. Initiate recalls of recreational boats and associated equipment that are non-compliant. Process requests for exemptions to Federal regulations.
      • 20. Support national and international standards organizations in the development of voluntary safety standards for recreational boats.
      • 21. Assign Manufacturer Identification Codes (MICs) to manufacturers.
      • 22. Publish Boating Safety Circular newsletter.
    • Grant Management BranchCG-54224
      State RBS Grant Program Administration Financial
      Non-Profit Grant Program Administration Financial
      Program Administration will remain with Grant Technical Managers (GTM)
    • 23. Program Operations BranchCG-54222
      • State RBS Grant Program Administration
      • 24. National Outreach/Marketing Program
      • 25. National Boating Education Program
      • 26. RBS Liaison to many Nat’l Organizations, Agencies and Federal Partners
      • 27. National Marine Patrol Officer's Course (MPOC)
      • 28. CG-54222 Website
      • 29. CG-54222 Liaison to CG Auxiliary
    • State Recreational Boating Safety Program
      State Programs Must Include:
      • An Approved Vessel Numbering System
      • 30. A Cooperative Boating Safety Assistance Program with the Coast Guard
      • 31. Sufficient patrol to ensure adequate enforcement of applicable state boating safety laws and regulations
      • 32. An Adequate State Boating Safety Education Program
      • 33. An Approved System for Reporting Marine Casualties
    • Administrative Changes
      Grants Management Branch Created in 2010
      Separated “Financial” functions from “Program” functions
      Alignment with Department of Homeland Security and Federal Government
    • 34. Who Do I Call For What?
      Grants Management Branch
      Financial Coordinators are your POC’s for
      money related matters ONLY
      Allocations
      Financial Reports
      Reimbursements
    • 35. Who Do I Call For What?
      Program Specialists are your POC’s for;
      Vessel Numbering System
      Cooperative Boating Safety Assistance Program
      enforcement of applicable state boating safety laws and regulations
      Boating Safety Education Program
      Reporting Marine Casualties
    • 36. Program Visit
      Is NOT an inspection
      Provide oversight of the National RBS Program
      1-2 Day Visit
      Goal is to visit each State once every 3 years
      Not a one size fits all
    • 37. Program Operations BranchPoints of Contact
      • John Malatak, Branch Chief
      • 38. Vann Burgess, Senior RBS Specialist
      • 39. Joe Carro, Program Analyst
      • 40. Wayne Stacey, Program Analyst (Education)
      • 41. Michael Baron, Program Analyst (Law Enforcement)
      • 42. Jo Calkin, National Outreach Coordinator
      • 43. Janice “Jaye” Maggard, Branch Admin Assistant
    • Vann Burgess(202)372-1071or William.V.Burgess@uscg.mil
      Arkansas
      Illinois
      Iowa
      Kentucky
      Mississippi
      Nebraska
      New Hampshire
      North Carolina
      Oklahoma
      Rhode Island
      Texas
      Vermont
      Wisconsin
      Wyoming
    • 44. Joseph Carro(202)372-1068 or Joseph.J.Carro@uscg.mil
      Alaska
      District of Columbia
      Hawaii
      Kansas
      Michigan
      Missouri
      New Jersey
      Pennsylvania
      South Carolina
      Washington
      American Samoa
      Guam
      Northern Mariana Islands
    • 45. Wayne Stacey(202)372-1067 or Wayne.A.Stacey@uscg.mil
      Arizona
      Connecticut
      Delaware
      Georgia
      Indiana
      Louisiana
      Minnesota
      Montana
      New York
      North Dakota
      Tennessee
      Virginia
      West Virginia
    • 46. Michael Baron(202)372-1063 or Michael.J.Baron@uscg.mil
      Alabama
      California
      Colorado
      Idaho
      Maine
      Maryland
      Massachusetts
      Nevada
      New Mexico
      Ohio
      Oregon
      South Dakota
      Utah
      Puerto Rico
      Virgin Islands
    • 47. Questions???