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America’s Boating Course
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3 rd Edition 1 State amp Local Regulations Chapter 2 Section 8 MASSACHUSETTS gtgt gtgt 2 Boating Safety Certificate BSC BSC when required with operator PWC operator minimum age 16 ID: 680385 Download Presentation
3. rd. Edition. Louisiana. State . & Local Regulations. Chapter . 2 Section 8. . 1. Come for the boating education … Stay for the friends. Legal Responsibility. Federal laws set Rules to avoid collision and establish minimum equipment requirements.
3. rd. Edition. 1. Arizona . State . & Local Regulations. Chapter 2. Section 8. >>. Common Definitions. Watercraft. – any boat designed to be propelled by machinery, oars, paddles or wind action upon a sail for navigation on the water..
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Joint Base Safety Office. As a Unit Safety Coordinator you will receive basic instruction on boating safety and learn where to find this information for future safety presentations. Terminal Learning Objective.
Florida International University. Department of Environmental Health and Safety. 5 July 2015. Agenda. Introduction. Scope. Boating Safety Manual. New Protocols. Training Requirements and PQS. Float Plans.
Dr. L. Daniel Maxim, USCGAUX, ERAC. 30 March 2017. 2. The views presented here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Coast Guard (USCG), the National Boating Safety Advisory Council (NBSAC), or the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) Engineering, Reporting and Analysis Committee (ERAC).