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MARINE OIL TERMINALS

be defined as those components above and below deck verifying the maximum or loaded draft specified in the
that are reachable without the need for excavation or MOT’s Operations Manual (2 CCR 2385 (d)) [2.1].
extensive removal of materials that may impair visual
inspection. The above water inspection shall include, but The underwater structural inspection shall include the
not be limited to, the following: Level I, II and III inspection efforts, as shown in Tables
31F-2-2 and 31F-2-3. The underwater inspection levels
1. Piles of effort are described below, per [2.2]:
2. Pile caps Level I—Includes a close visual examination, or a tactile
3. Beams examination using large sweeping motions of the hands
where visibility is limited. Although the Level I effort is often
4. Deck soffit referred to as a “swim-by” inspection, it must be detailed
5. Bracing enough to detect obvious major damage or deterioration
due to overstress or other severe deterioration. It should
6. Retaining walls and bulkheads
confirm the continuity of the full length of all members and
7. Connections detect undermining or exposure of normally buried ele-
8. Seawalls ments. A Level I effort may also include limited probing of
the substructure and adjacent channel bottom.
9. Slope protection
Level II—A detailed inspection which requires marine
10. Deck topsides and curbing growth removal from a representative sampling of compo-
11. Expansion joints nents within the structure. For piles, a 12-inch high band
12. Fender system components should be cleaned at designated locations, generally near
the low waterline, at the mud-line, and midway between
13. Dolphins and deadmen the low waterline and the mudline. On a rectangular pile,
14. Mooring points and hardware the marine growth removal should include at least three
sides; on an octagon pile, at least six sides; on a round
15. Navigation aids pile, at least three-fourths of the perimeter. On large diam-
16. Platforms, ladders, stairs, handrails and gangways eter piles, 3 ft or greater, marine growth removal should be
effected on 1 ft by 1 ft areas at four locations approxi-
17. Backfill (sinkholes/differential settlement)
mately equally spaced around the perimeter, at each ele-
3102F.3.5.2 Underwater structural inspection. The under- vation. On large solid faced elements such as retaining
water inspection shall include all accessible components structures, marine growth removal should be effected on 1
from +3 ft MLLW to the mudline, including the slope and ft by 1 ft areas at the three specified elevations. The inspec-
slope protection, in areas immediately surrounding the tion should also focus on typical areas of weakness, such
MOT. The water depth at the berth(s) shall be evaluated, as attachment points and welds. The Level II effort is

TABLE 31F-2-1
MAXIMUM INTERVAL BETWEEN UNDERWATER INSPECTIONS (YEARS)1
> CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL

Unwrapped Timber or Unprotected Steel Concrete, Wrapped Timber, Protected Steel or CHANNEL BOTTOM OR
INSPECTION (no coating or cathodic protection)4 Composite Materials (FRP, plastic, etc.)4 MUDLINE—SCOUR4
CONDITION
ASSESSMENT Benign2 Aggressive3 Benign2 Aggressive3 Benign2 Aggressive3
RATING (ICAR)6 Environment Environment Environment Environment Environment Environment

6 (Good) 6 4 6 5 6 5
5 (Satisfactory) 6 4 6 5 6 5
4 (Fair) 5 3 5 4 6 5
3 (Poor) 4 3 5 4 6 5
2 (Serious) 2 1 2 2 2 2
5 N/A5 N/A5 N/A5 N/A5 N/A5
1 (Critical) N/A
1. The maximum interval between Underwater Inspections shall be changed as appropriate, with the approval of the Division, based on the extent of deterioration
observed on a structure, the rate of further anticipated deterioration or other factors.
2. Benign environments include fresh water and maximum current velocities less than 1.5 knots for the majority of the days in a calendar year.
3. Aggressive environments include brackish or salt water, polluted water, or waters with current velocities greater than 1.5 knots for the majority of the days in the
calendar year.
4. For most structures, two maximum intervals will be shown in this table, one for the assessment of construction material (timber, concrete, steel, etc.) and one for
scour (last 2 columns). The shorter interval of the two should dictate the maximum interval used.
5. MOTs rated “Critical” will not be operational; and Emergency Action shall be required in accordance with Table 31F-2-6.
6. ICARs shall be assigned in accordance with Table 31F-2-4.

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