6 Plan Maintenance

6.1 Custodians

The Marine Spills Contingency Plan – National Chapter, excluding Regional Plans / Annexes, is the responsibility of the:

Director General, Operations
Canadian Coast Guard
200 Kent St.
Ottawa, Ont.  K1A 0E6

The Regional Chapters of the National Marine Spills Contingency Plan are the responsibility of the Assistant Commissioners:

Western Region
Assistant Commissioner
Canadian Coast Guard
25 Huron St.
Victoria, B.C.  V8V 4V9

Central & Arctic Region
Assistant Commissioner
Canadian Coast Guard
105 McGill St.
Montreal, Que.  H2Y 2E7

Atlantic Region
Assistant Commissioner
Canadian Coast Guard
280 Southside Rd.
St. John’s, N.L.  A1C 5X1

All National Standard Operating Procedures, Directives, Standards, Protocols and Procedures are the responsibility of the Manager, National Environmental Response Program Office:

Manager, National Environmental Response Program Office
Canadian Coast Guard
200 Kent St.
Ottawa, Ont.  K1A 0E6

Regional Standard Operating Procedures are the responsibility of the Environmental Response Superintendents:

Atlantic Region
Environmental Response Superintendent
Canadian Coast Guard
50 Discovery Drive
Dartmouth, N.S.  B2Y 3Z8

Central and Arctic Region
Environmental Response Superintendent
Canadian Coast Guard
520 Exmouth St.
Sarnia, Ont.  N7T 8B1

Western Region
Environmental Response Superintendent
Canadian Coast Guard
25 Huron St.
Victoria, B.C.  V8V 4V9

6.2 Review Requirements

This Plan shall be reviewed annually and amended as required. This review will be completed by Canadian Coast Guard headquarters in conjunction with each Canadian Coast Guard Region. All revisions to the plan shall be documented on the Register of Amendments.

6.3 Revision Request

All inquiries regarding this document, including suggestions for revision and requests for interpretation, shall be addressed to the:

Manager, National Environmental Response Program Office
Canadian Coast Guard
200 Kent St.
Ottawa, Ont.  K1A 0E6

These requests shall include:

  • originator (including position, return address and telephone number);
  • date;
  • subject (e.g. request for revision or interpretation);
  • suggested change (including section and page number references); and
  • reason for revision.

All formally received requests will be acknowledged in writing and assessed for against the National Chapter. Subsequent revisions will be distributed accordingly upon approval.

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