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Figure  6-2.óDepartment  of  Defense  Safety  and  Occupational  Health  Protection  Program  poster
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Figure 6-3.-Hazard communication training requirements. . occupational  medicine  examinations.  The  Navy  has  four OPNAV,   CNET,   CINCPACFLT,   CINCLANTFLT, consolidated  industrial  hygiene  laboratories  (CIHLs). They are located at the Environmental and Preventive Medicine   Units   in   Norfolk,   Virginia;   San   Diego, California; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; and at the Mare Island Naval  Shipyard,  Vallejo,  California.  Each  CIHL  is accredited  by  the  American  Industrial  Hygiene Association  (AIHA).  Additionally,  most  industrial hygiene  offices  can  perform  limited  industrial  hygiene analyses,  such  as  asbestos  identification  and  airborne fiber  concentration  determination. SHORE  SAFETY  TRAINING  PROGRAMS A  well-developed  and  coordinated  training  effort, keyed to all levels and types of personnel, is required to maximize  safe  operating  practices  and  procedures.  OSH training  can  change  behavior  and  lead  to  mishap prevention and improved performance. The  NAVOSH  Training  Group  oversees  the Navywide management of OSH training. This training group consists of a steering committee and four working groups.  The  working  groups  represent  the  surface  ship, submarine, aviation, and shore communities and their special  training  needs.  The  steering  committee  consists of  a  SYSCOM  member  and  representatives  from COMNAVSAFECEN,    CHBUMED,    NAVINSGEN, and PRESINSURV. Working together, this steering committee reviews, updates, and revises the NAVOSH/ Hazardous   Material   Control   and   Management (HMC&M)  Navy  Training  Plan  (NTP).  This  NTP provides for the manning, funding, and planning of NAVOSH  training  to  support  all  communities  and echelons. Activity OSH Training Activity OSH training programs are designed to instruct individual employees to work in a safe and healthful  manner.  The  training  is  tailored  to  each person’s  level  of  responsibility. OSHA regulations require employers to conduct hazard   communication   (HAZCOM)   training.   This training  covers  the  specific  hazards  and  safe  work practices   involved   in   the   handling   of   hazardous materials/chemicals. Figure 6-3 shows the HAZCOM training  requirements. All top management personnel, employee repre- sentatives,  supervisory  and  nonsupervisory  personnel, and collateral duty OSH personnel are required to have initial OSH orientation training. Initial and annual 6-4

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