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20.1725 Welding and burning—Permits.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 20.1725]

(a) Before any welding or burning operation can be done on a wharf or waterfront facility, or on a vessel moored thereto, the party intending to do such work shall first secure a permit from the Port Director. Applicants for permits to perform such operations shall fill out fully a prescribed form which shall be presented to the Port Director, and, if in his judgment all safety precautions have been provided for, and the welding or burning operations will not involve the possibility of a fire or an explosion, the Port Director may approve the permit to do the work.

(b) In the event that ammunition or other dangerous cargo is in close proximity or on board the ship, the port director and other appropriate officials of the Government of American Samoa shall be notified that an inspection will be conducted, and if in their opinion the welding or burning operations will not involve the possibility of a fire or explosion, permission may be granted to perform the work.

History: 1962, PL 7-27.