Recreational Boating Incident Reporting Policy Webinars March 15 & 20, 2023
This webinar provided an introduction to the U.S. Coast Guard’s Recreational Boating Incident Reporting policy issued January 2023. CG-BSX Policy Letter 23-01, effective for incidents occurring on or after Jan 1, 2024, is intended to provide guidance on the reporting requirements in
33 CFR Part 173 subpart C – Casualty and Accident Reporting
33 CFR part 174 subpart C – Casualty Reporting System Requirements
33 CFR part 174 subpart D – State Reports
In the webinar, Susan Weber, statistician in the U.S. Coast Guard’s Boating Safety Division, presented major policy and terminology changes in reporting and how they are expected to impact report data collection in CY 2024.
Note, the webinar was presented live on two separate days -- March 15 and March 20. Both recordings are available here and are labeled as such.
U.S. Coast Guard Office of Auxiliary & Boating Safety
Susan Weber is a statistician with the U.S. Coast Guard Office of Auxiliary and Boating Safety. Susan manages the national data collection of recreational boating incident reports from state agencies to produce and publish an annual 80-page statistics report.
Ohio DNR, Div. of Parks and Watercraft, Law Enforcement Section
2023 Chair, NASBLA Engineering, Reporting & Analysis Committee