About Coos Bay Harbor Safety Committee
The Coos Bay Harbor Safety Committee (CBHSC) is a volunteer committee comprised of industry stakeholders; local, state and federal agencies; and waterway user groups to help improve local coordination and leadership within the nation's ports. The committee was created under the recommendation of the Interagency Committee for the Maritime Transportation System (ICMTS) and the MTS National Advisory Council (MRSNAC) which were created following a report to congress from the Maritime Transportation System (MTS) Task Force in September of 1999. The Task Force was appointed to assess the adequacy of the nation's marine transportation system.
Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every other month.
Port of Coos Bay Second Floor Conference Room located at 125 Central Ave, Suite 230, Coos Bay, OR 97420.
The purpose of the CBHSC is to recommend actions to improve the safety, security, mobility and environmental protection of Coos Bay and its waterways through:
- Effective communication and coordination between stakeholders
- Alignment with local, state and federal laws and regulations
- Identification and mitigation of hazards to navigational safety
- Collaboration with governmental agencies to improve and promote maritime and environmental safety within the committee's area of responsibility.
Members of the Committee
The Committee General membership is responsible for providing recommendations, direction, and support within the committee's area of responsibility. The CBHSC's area of responsibility begins at the seaward approaches into Coos Bay and continues into the bay, and includes navigable tributaries within the bay.
North Bend Fire Department
Coos Bay Pilots
Jones Stevedoring Company
Port of Coos Bay
Oregon Chip Terminal
Roseburg Forest Products
Oregon State Police
Contact Rocky Richards for more information on how to get involved. If you would like to become a member, please fill out the application form and
e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.