Forms, Updates and Links


46 CFR Part 4
Serious Marine Incidents

FORM 2692
Report of Marine Casualty

FORM 2692B
Chemical Drug & Alcohol Testing Following A Serious Marine Incident

46 CFR Part 10
Merchant Mariner Credential

46 CFR Part 16
Chemical Testing

49 CFR Part 40
Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs

33 CFR Part 95
Operating a Vessel While Under the Influence of Alcohol or a Dangerous Drug

Marine Employers Drug Testing Guidance


Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration

Information Updates

USCG Drug & Alcohol SMI Rule

Drug and Alcohol Testing SMI Video


Seaman Brandon Groshens and crew members of the Coast Guard Cutter Alert work to free to Olive Ridley sea turtles entangled in a bundle of fishing gear off Central America Feb. 10, 2015. The crew was deploy in support of a counter narcotics mission when they spotted the turtles, which are considered a threatened species by NOAA Fisheries. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicole Picklo.

Protecting living marine resources is one of the 11 statutory missions of the U.S. Coast Guard.

Many know about the Coast Guard assisting individuals in distress; the Coast Guard is also committed to rescuing those that live beneath the water’s surface.

Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration


Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA)
Keys Association of Dive Operators (KADO)
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
The Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace
The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
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Regional Resources for Large-Yacht Crews