Part : 2 - Notification, Documentation and Reporting

Reporting

6.1 GENERAL

Masters of vessels in Prince Rupert Harbour are obliged to report and/or request permission for a number of issues/events. This section outlines those requirements. For more contact information also see Chapter 2.

6.2 ISSUES TO BE REPORTED

Issues / Events to be Reported Section To Via How
Navigational hazards, logs, deadheads, oil or similar pollution 9.1 MCTS PSOC VHF 71 (MCTS) VHF 68 (PSOC) Verbal
Stores over land / by water 16.4 PSOC Telephone Email Vessel Agent
Repairs 14.3 PSOC Telephone Email Vessel Agent
Hot Work 14.3 PSOC Email Form Vessel Agent
Lowering boats and rafts 4.3 PSOC VHF 68 Verbal
Under water inspections 14.4 PSOC Email Diving Form
Seagoing vessels with the intention to clean or wash cargo tanks 14.6 PSOC Email Vessel Agent
Spills 16.2 MCTS PSOC VHF 71 VHF 68 Verbal
Accidental Discharges 16.2 MCTS PSOC VHF 71 VHF 68 Verbal
Collisions / grounding 9.1 MCTS VHF 71 Verbal
Losing anchors or chain 7.10 PSOC MCTS VHF 68 VHF 71 Telephone Email Verbal or
written
Anchoring in port 7.14 PSOC Email Vessel Agent
ETD 4.6 PSOC VHF 68 Telephone Email Vessel Agent
Out of control or in situation that may endanger the safety of shipping 9.2 MCTS VHF 71 Verbal
Embarking / disembarking passengers and crew 4.3 PSOC VHF 68
Telephone
Email
Verbal or written
Marine mammal found dead or in distress 14.6 BC Marine Mammal Response Network Telephone +1 (800) 465-4336 Verbal

PSOC Port Security Operations Centre
VHF 68 Call “Port Security Operations Centre”
+1 (250) 627-2522
psoc@rupertport.com

MCTS Marine Communications & Traffic Services
VHF 71 Call “Prince Rupert Traffic”
+1 (250) 627-3074