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Figure 8-2.-General reporting requirements for HRs, MRs, and MIRs. Requirements for an Endorsement Mishap  and  hazard  report  endorsements  are required  under  certain  conditions.  For  all  Class  A mishaps, endorsements go through the Naval Safety Center.  For  all  other  classifications,  the  mishap  or hazard  report  is  not  closed  until  appropriate endorsements  have  addressed  all  recommendations requiring action. If the corrective action agency is in the endorsing chain, the endorsement goes through the corrective   action   agency.   The   endorsement   goes through  the  controlling  custodian  when  the  corrective action agency is out of the endorsing chain. Additionally,  endorsements  are  required  when directed by higher authority. Recommendations that require or request corrective action by higher authority directly  imply  the  requirement  for  an  endorsement  or official reply from that command. The action agency for the  recommended  corrective  action  will  respond  by message  or  letter  within  30  days  of  the  controlling custodian’s    endorsement. MISHAP AND HAZARD RECOMMENDATION TRACKING PROGRAM We described earlier in the chapter methods you use to identify and report hazards. We will now address the Mishap  and  Hazard  Recommendation  Tracking (MISTRAC) Program. We use this program to monitor corrective   actions.   Monitoring   corrective   actions ensures the completion of those actions so that a hazard cannot  cause  future  damage  or  injury.  Usually  the detection, reporting, and correction of hazards take place within a single command, such as the controlling custodian. However, some corrective actions require reports by a subordinate, endorsement by seniors, or remedial  action  by  an  external  command.  The monitoring   of   internal   corrective   actions   by subordinates  is  a  prerogative  of  command.  COM- NAVSAFECEN   monitors   recommendations   resulting from  mishaps  and  hazards  under  the  MISTRAC program. 8 - 9

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