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347.1 Figure 1-2.—Naval Safety Center building. developing procedural guides and preparing directives to support and achieve program goals and policies. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE NAVAL SAFETY CENTER The  Naval  Safety  Center  (fig.  1-2),  located  in Norfolk, Virginia, provides staff  support  to  the  CNO in  executing  the  Navy  safety  program.  The  Safety Center  also  provides  staff  support   to   the   Deputy Chief  of  Naval  Operations  (Logistics),  N4.  The  staff support  helps  N4  carry  out  its   overall  Navy  safety and occupational health coordination responsibilities. The   Safety   Center   supports   the   Naval   Inspector General and the President of the Board of Inspection and Survey. As  directed,  the  Naval  Safety  Center  assists  N4  in preparing   and   maintaining   basic   safety   program manuals. The Safety Center does not issue Navywide safety directives. However, when requested, the staff helps the appropriate offices, commands, or agencies prepare  general  or  specific  safety-related  operating instructions.  It  also  conducts  safety  surveys  of  the naval   operating   forces   and   shore   commands   as requested by the CNO. 1.    Other  functions  performed  by  the  Naval  Safety Center include: 2.    Maintaining     liaison     with     naval     command bureaus,   and   offices   to   ensure   knowledge   of factors     adversely     affecting     safety     and     to recommend remedial action 3.    Maintaining    liaison    with    other    government agencies  and  private  organizations  engaged  in hazard awareness 4.    Maintaining   a   library   of   research,   technical development, and survival information 5.    Maintaining   and   evaluating   mishap,   occupa- tional illness, and hazard reports; and publishing statistical data on mishaps 6.    Providing   mishap   statistical   research   services and conducting special analytical studies on naval mishap data 7.    Identifying human factors, inadequate maintenance  techniques,  deficiencies  in  design, insufficiency    of    technical    publications,    and shortage of repair parts and equipage 8.    Developing     and     reviewing     procedures     and standards  for  conducting  mishap  investigations; assisting  in  investigations  of  significant  mishaps involving  naval  aircraft,  ships,  and  submarines; taking part, as requested, in 1-6

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