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commercial carriers (including railroads) that occur  on  board  a  naval  installation;  follow OPNAVINST   5102.1C   and   volume   1   of NAVSEA OP 2165. OPNAVINST 5102.1C exempts U.S. Marine Corps activities from reporting mishaps if Report Symbol DN 8025-02 is submitted as prescribed by Marine Corps Order   8025.1C   (Class   V   Malfunctions   and Deficiencies)  (NOTAL). POST-MISHAP AND DEFICIENCY ACTION The activity experiencing the mishap or deficiency will take the following action: Stop  using  the  item,  lot,  or  batch  involved pending  guidance  from  higher  authority. Start the reporting procedures. Accurately  and  quickly  respond  to  requests  for additional  information. Depending  on  the  severity  of  the  explosives  mishap or deficiency, other U.S. Navy commands and activities may help in identifying the actual cause. They would then  take  steps  to  ensure  that  similar  mishaps  or deficiencies do not occur; the following is an example of  how those steps may be taken: 1.  NAVSAFECEN together with other activities may  conduct  a  mishap  investigation. 2.    Commander,  Naval  Sea  Systems  Command (NAVSEASYSCOM); Commander, Naval Air Systems  Command  (NAVAIRSYSCOM);  or Commandant,   U.S.   Marine   Corps,   may designate  all  related  explosive  systems unserviceable,  direct  follow-up  tests  and evaluation  of  various  lots  to  identify  defective hardware, or initiate procedural changes in the use of the weapons system. 3.    Commander,  Ships  Parts  Control  Center (SPCC),  Mechanicsburg,  Pennsylvania,  may 4. support  the  above  command  decisions  regarding disposition and use of defective or questionable parts   by   issuing   a   Notice   of   Ammunition Reclassification   (NAR). NAVSAFECEN  would  then  enter  all  relevant information into a data repository. INVESTIGATION AND REPORTING RESPONSIBILITIES The commanding officer, officer in charge (OIC), or ship’s master requires the investigation and reporting of  all  reportable  explosives  mishaps  occurring  within the command. Included are those mishaps involving personnel  attached  to  their  command. Unless   you   must   include   classified   material, consider  the  reports  as  unclassified  (FOR  OFFICIAL USE ONLY). For further information on a message report, consult appendix B of OPNAVINST 5102.1C, and   enclosure   (7)   of   OPNAVINST   5100.21B,   or OPNAVINST 8600.2A. SUMMARY We  discussed  the  Naval  Explosives  Safety  Program and  the  Explosives-Handling  Personnel  Qualification and Certification Program in this chapter. We also discussed the duties of a safety supervisor in ordnance safety. We covered the precautions you should take when  handling  ordnance.  We  listed  the  safety precautions  you  should  follow  during  maneuvers involving  freight/weapons  elevators  and  ammunition hoists.  We  examined  the  personal  protective  equipment you  must  use  when  handling  ordnance.  We  listed  the articles prohibited in hazardous areas as well as the fire prevention, protection, and control techniques each supervisor  should  know.  Finally,  we  discussed  the procedures  you  should  use  to  report  an  explosives mishap. 9-12

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