ENCLOSURE (1) to COMDTINST 9077.1C
Repair Activity. Any activity other than the ship's force (e.g. MAT, WAT ASSIST,
etc...) involved in the maintenance of the ship.
Ship's Force. The term refers to personnel assigned to the cutter who maintain and
operate the ship's systems and equipment.
(10) Active Log/Record Sheets. This term refers to the DANGER/CAUTION Tag-Out
Record and Continuation Sheet (Figure 7A, and 7B) in the working section of the
(11) Inactive Log/Record Sheets. The term refers to the completed
DANGER/CAUTION Tag-Out Record Sheets that are held for six months.
(12) Tag Clearance. This term refers to the process used by the Authorizing Officer to
deem equipment to be operational and placed back in service. (See Para 5.d)
Number of Logs. The number of tag-out logs maintained by a cutter will depend on the
cutter's size. Two tag-out logs, to be maintained by the Operations and Engineering
Departments, respectively are required for WHEC, WMEC and WAGB cutter classes. A
single tag-out log is required for other cutter and boats. On cutters and boats with a
single tag-out log requirement, the Engineering Department shall maintain this log.
The Operations Department Tag-Out Log. It is used for all ships systems and
equipment not under the cognizance of the Engineering Department. This log is
maintained on the bridge or other location as designated by the Commanding
The Engineering Department Tag-Out Log. It is used for propulsion plant,
auxiliary, electrical and damage control systems and equipment, as well as other
systems and equipment in engineering spaces. This log is maintained in
Engineering Main Control or other location specifically designated by the Engineer
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