Mishap Investigation, Reporting, and Recordkeeping
· Promulgate requirements for reporting and investigating all mishaps.
· Mishap investigation training.
· Receive, investigate, track and maintain log of reported mishaps.
· Compile annual report of Navy and civilian occupational injuries and
illnesses for submission to COMNAVSAFCEN.
· Post, conspicuously, the “Annual Report of Navy Civilian Occupational
Injuries and Illnesses”.
· Provide periodic (weekly and monthly) mishap statistics to the CO
OSH Inspections (Shore Activity Level)
· Workplace hazard assessment – to determine PPE requirements.
· Review activity current Industrial Hygiene Survey.
· Schedule inspection.
· Notification to activity of pending inspection.
· Conduct inspection in brief.
· Inspect for hazardous conditions, unsafe work practices and
violations of standards.
· Compile inspection report – provide to activity to include NAVOSH
Deficiency Notice if applicable.
· Retain an inspection record.
· As a minimum, all workplaces and buildings/facilities are
Hazardous Material Control and Management
· Evaluate activities’ HAZCOM program for compliance.
· Through oversight and guidance, ensure that current MSDSs
(for HAZMAT used) are obtained and maintained.
· Review and approve/disapprove hazardous material addition/deletion
to activities’ Authorized Used List (AUL).
· Hazardous material minimization.
· Ensure employees received required HAZCOM training.
Employee Reports of Unsafe/Unhealthful Working Conditions
· Publicize (e. g., posting, training) the existence of the
· Maintain anonymity of personnel submitting a report.
· Ensure standard hazard reporting forms and procedures are available
to all personnel.
· Provide in writing a response (interim, complete) to the originator
within ten (10) working days.
· Provide appeals procedure.
· Maintain records of all reports.
Relations With Federal OSHA Officials
· Accompany federal OSHA officials at all times while at NBC to conduct
inspections of authorize civilian workplaces.
· Verify required security clearances.
· Ensure only authorized OSH information is provided to inspectors.
· Brief the CO daily on the status of on-going inspection.
· Coordinate (when applicable) inspection responses.
· The following safety specific training and other non-safety related training are
available on-line. Regional customers can complete and receive
credit (with ESAMS Account) by using the ESAMS application at the following address:
· All Hands-Level 1 Antiterrorism/Force Protection Awareness
· Anthrax Exposure and Awareness
· Asbestos Awareness-OSHA Class IV Asbestos Training
· Asbestos and Man-Made Vitreous Fibers (MMVF) Hazard
· Back Injury Prevention Training (Annual)
· Blood-borne Pathogens Training
· Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Safety Training
· Ergonomics Awareness Training
· Ergonomic Training for Supervisors
· ESAMS Training for Supervisors
· Fire Prevention/Portable Fire Extinguisher Training
· General Safety Training for COMNAVAIRFOR 4790.2
· HAZCOM Initial (CNRSW)
· Hearing Conservation Training
· Job Hazard Analysis Training
· Lead Awareness – Non-Lead Workers (Possible Contact)
· Lockout/Tag-out for Authorized Employees (CNRSW)
· Mishap Reduction Required Reading (One-Time Only)
· NAVOSH Orientation
· Occupational Reproductive Hazards Awareness
· Operational Risk Management
· Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklift) Formal Instruction
· PPE Training
· Privacy Act 101 – Privacy Act Training
· Privacy Act 102 – Training for Supervisors
· Privacy Act 103 – Safeguarding Privacy Act Data
· Process Review and Measurement System (PRMS) Training
· Radiation Safety Training for Baggage Inspectors
· Respirator Protection Manager Training (Departmental or RPPA)
· Sight Conservation Training
· Supervisor Annual Training – Industrial (CNRSW)
· Supervisor Annual Training – Non-Industrial (CNRSW)
· Suspicious Packages Awareness Training for Mail Handlers
· West Nile Virus Awareness Training
· Classroom Training
· CPR Certification
· Respiratory Program Assistant
· Respiratory Protection Program (User)
· Energy Control (Lockout/Tag-out)
· Traffic Safety Program.
Conduct quarterly Traffic Safety Council/Focus Group meeting.
Coordinate Motorcycle Safety and AAA Driver Improvement training.
Periodic Safety Standdown.
Investigate and staff appropriate traffic issues and forward
for correction(s) to the CO.
· Recreation and Off-Duty Safety (RODS) Program
Inspection of recreational facilities and equipment.
· Monthly Newsletter - SAF-T-LINES
· Dissemination of safety information.
Raise safety awareness
Safety review of all self-help projects