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National Chemical Transportation Safety Advisory Committee; Vacancies

April 3, 2024

The U.S. Coast Guard is accepting applications to fill six vacancies on the National Chemical Transportation Safety Advisory Committee (NCTSAC). The NCTSAC advises the Secretary of Homeland Security, via the Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, on matters relating to the safe and secure marine transportation of hazardous materials.

Completed applications must reach the U.S. Coast Guard on or before June 3, 2024. Applications must include a cover letter expressing interest in an appointment to the NCTSAC, a resume detailing the applicant’s relevant experience for the position applied for, and a brief biography. Applications should be submitted via email with subject line “NCTSAC Vacancy Application” to

We will consider applications from members representing the following:

  • Chemical manufacturing entities
  • Entities related to marine handling or transportation of chemicals
  • Marine safety or security entities
  • Marine environmental protection entities

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:  Lieutenant Ethan Beard, Assistant Designated Federal Officer of the National Chemical Transportation Safety Advisory Committee; telephone 202-372-1419 or e-mail at

Federal Register link:  2024-07050.pdf (

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