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TRAINEE GUIDE A-111-4251 INFORMATION  SHEET  4-1-3-1 SAFETY POLICY FOR CONDUCTING TRAINING A. INTRODUCTION 1.  This information sheet is designed to provide you with an understanding of Navy policy regarding training  safey. 2.  This information sheet covers “Training Time Out” procedures that are to be used during the conduct of this course. B. REFERENCES 1. CNETINST 1500.20 series, Safety Procedures for Conducting Training in Arduous or Potentially High Risk  Activities C. INFORMATION 1.    The mission of the Navy dictates the need for an aggressive training program to prepare personnel to perform professionally and competently in many high risk activities under diverse and possible adverse conditions. Potentially high risk training includes, but is not limited to, training requiring exposure to potentially  hazardous  conditions  involving  the  environment  (water  entry,  temperature  extreme-), atmosphere (fire fighting, use of solvents), explosives (weapons), electrical mechanical or hydraulic training devices or equipments. 2.    It is the policy of the Chief of Naval Education and Training (CNET) to provide required training under  controlled  conditions,  within  practical  and  realistic  limits,  to  obtain  desired  training  outcomes while maintaining the maximum margin of safety. Included in this policy is the requirement that in the event a trainee is apprehensive of his personal safety while undergoing training, that concern shall be addressed. 3.    TRAINING  TIME  OUT  (TTO) Any time a trainee or Instructor has apprehension concerning his personal safety or that of another, he shall  verbally  signal  “TRAINING  TIME  OUT”  to  stop  the  exercise  and  receive  rovide  additional instruction as appropriate in accordance with CNEINST 1500.0 series. FOR   TRAINING   USE   ONLY FIGURE  9-3.  Example  Information  Sheet. 94

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