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Personnel  selection,  training,  and  education Protective clothing and equipment Policies,  procedures,  instructions,  directives,  and publications AVIATION  SAFETY  PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITIES We will now discuss the various responsibilities for the Naval Aviation Safety Program. Assistant  Chief  of  Naval  Operations (Air Warfare) The  Director,  Air  Warfare  (N88),  directs  and supervises  the  Naval  Aviation  Safety  Program.  He  or she conducts the program within the office of the Chief of  Naval  Operations  (CNO). Commander, Naval Safety Center The   Commander,   Naval   Safety   Center (COMNAVSAFECEN), advises and aids the CNO in formulating, administering, and monitoring the Naval Aviation   Safety   Program.   In   addition,   COM- NAVSAFECEN  has  the  following  responsibilities: Under  exceptional  circumstances,  waives  or changes  the  investigation  or  reporting  require- ments  of  OPNAVINST  3750.6Q. Reviews,  evaluates,  and  classifies  all  naval aviation  mishap  investigation  reports  (MIRs). Ensures  the  adequate  distribution  of  essential safety  information  received  in  reports  required by  OPNAVINST  3750.6Q. Maintains a repository for all reports and related data   submitted   according   to   OPNAVINST 3750.6Q. Directs a system for accountability of naval air- craft  mishaps  and  mishap  exposure  data. Releases  mishap  data  as  directed  by  higher authorities. Develops and publishes procedures and stan- dards  for  aircraft  mishap  investigation. In special cases, begins and conducts naval air- craft mishap investigations under the authority of CNO. Executes   the   Mishap   and   Hazard   Recom- mendation  Tracking  (MISTRAC)  Program. Maintains liaison with safety activities in the other armed services and with the Department of Defense. Advises  and  aids  CNO  in  administering  the Naval  Aviation  Safety  Awards  Program. Conducts  naval  aviation  statistical  research, studies,  analyses,  special  projects,  and  com- pilations. Sponsors  and  provides  representation  for conferences,  symposia,  and  seminars  in  the furtherance  of  safety. At  the  invitation  of  aviation  organizations, conducts aviation safety surveys. Publishes  naval  aviation  posters,  brochures, literature, and safety periodicals, in support of the Naval  Aviation  Safety  Program. Helps  in  reviewing  aviation  system  safety engineering  requirements  on  new  systems  and major changes.  He or she accomplishes this by selectively serving on boards, attending con- ferences, and taking part in studies for design review. Selectively takes part in engineering proposal evaluations and maintenance feasibility inspec- tions of new aviation production systems and equipment. Supports appropriate offices, commands, and agencies  in  preparing  general  or  specific operating   instructions. Acts  as  technical  advisor  on  aviation  safety  for the  development  of  all  naval  education  and training courses, films, training aids, and devices. In  selected  cases,  requests  support  for  a pathological   investigation   from   the   Armed Forces  Institute  of  Pathology. Commanders  of  Organizations  Requiring an Aviation Safety Officer Activities  requiring  an  aviation  safety  officer (ASO) include functional wings, marine aircraft wings, marine air groups, and training wings. Also included are all activities that are reporting custodians. Commanders 8-2

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