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COMMON CORE
101 GENERAL
SAFETY
FUNDAMENTALS
References:
[a] OPNAVINST 5100.23F, Navy Occupational Safety and Health
(NAVOSH) Program
Manual
[b]
COMFIRSTNCDINST 5100.2B, Naval Construction Force Occupational Safety
and Health
Program
[c] Industrial/Construction Standards 29 CFR 1910/1926
[d] NAVEDTRA 14026, Construction Electrician Basic
[e] NAVEDTRA 14167, Naval Safety
Supervisor
[f] OPNAVINST 3500.39A, Operational Risk
Management_______________________
101.1 Explain the responsibilities of the following personnel as applied to safety:
[ref. e, ch. 1]
Commanding Officer
o
Responsible for the safety and health of all
military and civilian personnel, the safe
use and condition of equipment, and the protection of all government property
o
Ensures compliance with established procedures and work practices
o
Ensures OSH councils and committees are formed at appropriate command
levels
o
Ensures compliance with current instructions and regulations
o
Ensures all work places receive a safety inspection at least annually
o
Establishes a Hazard Abatement Program
o
Establishes NAVOSH education and training programs
o
Coordinates occupational hea
lth support with the cognizant Naval Hospital or
Regional Medical Center
o
Reviews and signs the Annual Safety Report

Executive Officer
o
Chairman of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Counsel, assumes the
duties
of C.O in his/her absence
o
Acts as Chairman fo
r the OSH Policy Committee Meeting
o
Enforces the CO’s safety policies and procedure

Safety Officer
o
Advises the CO on matters pertaining to safety, manages the command safety
program, investigates mishaps, monitors projects, shops, and special evolutions
for
compliance with safety standards
o
Organizationally on the immediate staff of the CO. A full time assignment.
o
Maintains complete and accurate records on the accident, injury, occupational
illness rate of unit and submits monthly mishap summaries to Divisio
n
o
Develops accident prevention and loss of control measures and programs
o
Conducts safety and accident investigations, analyzes reports of occupational
injuries and or property damage to identify factors or trends
o
As required, prepares specific safety rules
and regulations for approval by the CO
o
Instruction verification
o
Reviews and approves all project general and specific safety plans
o
Organizes and conducts safety inspections and surveys to identify violations,
hazards, and deficiencies in operations, facil
ities, and equipment
o
Records safety and health violations through an aggressive Hazard Abatement
Program
o
Coordinates actions and follows up on corrective measures taken
o
Maintains liaison with planning and design officials
o
Assists supervisors in developing
and conducting safety training. Provides
consultation services, advice, and guidance
o
Technical authority in the procurement of PPE
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