MOTEMS Executive Summary Tables
The MOTEMS Executive Summary (ES) Tables are structured to concisely communicate a marine oil terminal's fitness-for-purpose status, based on audit, inspection and evaluation results. These Tables are required to be maintained up-to-date and submitted to the Division at least annually in accordance with the MOTEMS Section 3102F.3 requirements. Each terminal operator is expected to submit updated ES Tables by January 31st of every year, capturing the previous calendar years MOTEMS implementation progress.
Tables ES-1A, 1B and 1C (MOTEMS Tables 31F-2-7A through 7C) are intended to assert a terminal's fitness-for-purpose for operational (i.e. operating, mooring and berthing), seismic (including oil transfer pipelines) and inspected conditions (based on above and below water structural inspections). Assessment ratings are assigned to structures, systems and overall berths in the form of operational structural (OSARs), seismic structural (SSARs) and inspection condition (ICARs) assessment ratings in Tables ES-1A, 1B and 1C, respectively.
Table ES-2 (MOTEMS Table 31F-2-8) is intended to assert a terminals' structural, mechanical and electrical component deficiencies and assigned remedial action priorities.
Example Executive Summary Tables:
- Table ES-1A Global Operational Structural Assessment Ratings (OSARs)
- Table ES-1B Global Seismic Structural Assessment Ratings (SSARs)
- Table ES-1C Global Inspection Condition Assessment Ratings (ICARs)
- Table ES-2 Component Deficiency Remedial Action Priorities (RAPs)
The Executive Summary Tables template is provided in Microsoft Excel format below. Please note that this template is consistent with the codified table formats and shall be strictly abided, including all specified footnote requirements.
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- Regulations - present
- 2016 CCR, Title 24, Part 2 - California Building Code, Chapter 31F - Marine Oil Terminals (effective January 1, 2017)
- Regulations - past
- 2013 CCR, Title 24, Part 2 - California Building Code, Chapter 31F - Marine Oil Terminals (including January 1, 2014 Errata) (effective January 1, 2014)
- 2010 CCR, Title 24, Part 2, California Building Code, Chapter 31F - Marine Oil Terminals (effective January 1, 2011)
- 2007 CCR, Title 24, Part 2, California Building Code, Chapter 31F - Marine Oil Terminals (effective January 1, 2008)
- 2001 CCR, Title 24, Part 2, California Building Code, Chapter 31F - Marine Oil Terminals (effective February 6, 2006)
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