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Figure  3-3.-Safety  Hazard  Report
Figure 3-2.-Navy Employee Report of Unsafe or Unhealthful Working Condition. responsibility. They may use OPNAV 5100/11 (fig. 3-2) to  report  hazards.  Employees  should  find  blank  copies of such forms and posted procedures for their use in areas convenient to all workplaces. Employees who wish to remain anonymous should say so on the form. Upon receipt of a hazard report, the OSH office should   contact   the   originator   by   telephone   to acknowledge  receipt  of  the  form  and  discuss  the seriousness of the reported hazard. The OSH office should  investigate  all  reports  brought  to  its  attention. Investigations of alleged imminent danger situations are made within 24 hours. Potentially serious situations are investigated  within  3  days. Forces   afloat   use   the   Safety   Hazard   Report (OPNAV Form 3120/5) (fig. 3-3). Personnel my submit a handwritten report that simply states the nature of the condition and its location. An originator who desires that his or her name not be revealed should state so in the report. All personnel should have access to these forms; make sure you educate your personnel in their use. Upon receipt of a report, the safety officer contacts the  originator  to  acknowledge  receipt  and  discuss  the 3-8

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