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Special Investigations for Shore Mishaps
Figure 6-4.—Inspection of Navy workplaces by federal and state OSH representatives. shore,  afloat,  and  aviation  activities.  OPNAVINST ensures a mishap report is prepared. Mishap reports are 5100.23C  and  OPNAVINAT  5102.1C,  Mishap Investigation  and  Reporting,  govern  shore  activity mishap  reporting. To track shore activity occupational injuries and illnesses, the OSH office uses the following logs and reports: Log of Navy Injuries and Occupational Illnesses (civilian and military), Local Form 5102/7 OPNAV  Safety  Report  (SR),  OPNAV  5102/9 (used  for  personnel  injury  and  material  property d a m a g e ) Annual Report of Navy Civilian Occupational Injuries  and  Illnesses,  1146-DOL-XX(5102) Annual Summary of Navy Civilian Occupational Injuries  and  Occupational  Illnesses These reports may bring certain mishaps to the attention  of  the  OSH  office.  The  OSH  office  then conducts an investigation of that mishap. If the mishap meets the criteria of a reportable mishap, the OSH office sent to the Naval Safety Center, which maintains mishap statistics  for  military  and  civilian  mishaps. Reportable  Shore  Mishaps Any  injury,  fatality,  or  occupational  illness occurring ashore that results in one or more of the following events will be investigated and reported: A   fatality  or  hospitalization  of  five  or  more people. A  lost  workday  case  that  prevents  a  military person  from  performing  regularly  established  duty  or work for a period of 1 day or more before 2400 on the day of injury or onset of illness; or a lost workday case that causes a civilian employee to miss work for a full shift on any day before the day of injury or onset of illness. Only lost workday cases resulting in 5 or more days away from work are reportable to the Naval Safety Center. Electric   shock  resulting  from  an  equipment design  deficiency. 6-9

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