Use and proactively support the use of acceptable standards by the maritime
Identify policies and directives required or requiring modification to support
Make recommendations for change in industry standards based upon your
Ensure the contents of this Instruction are given the widest distribution
throughout the maritime community.
/s/ A. E. HENN
Rear Admiral, U.S. Coast Guard
Chief, Office of Marine Safety,
Security and Environmental
Encl: (1) Excerpts From Overall Strategy and Policy Statements
New Orleans (90); Hampton Roads (50); Baltimore (45); San
Francisco (40); Philadelphia, Port Arthur, Honolulu, Puget
Sound (35); Miami, Houston, Mobile, Long Beach, Morgan City,
Portland OR (25); Jacksonville (20); Boston, Portland ME,
Charleston, Galveston, Anchorage (15); Cleveland (12);
Louisville, Memphis, Paducah, Pittsburgh, St. Louis,
Savannah, San Juan, Tampa, Buffalo, Chicago, Detroit,
Duluth, Milwaukee, San Diego, Juneau, Valdez (10);
Providence, Huntington, Wilmington, Corpus Christi, Toledo,
New York (70); St. Ignace (5); Sturgeon Bay (4).
Except Baltimore and Moriches.
CG Liaison Officer MILSEALIFTCOMD (Code N-7CG), CG Liaison
Officer RSPA (DHM-22), CG Liaison Officer MARAD (MAR-742),
CG Liaison Officer JUSMAGPHIL, CG Liaison Officer TRANSCOM
Scott AFB, IL, CG Liaison Officer World Maritime University,
CG Liaison Officer ABS (1).