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Special Investigations for Shore Mishaps
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Chapter 7 - Afloat Safety
These reports must be submitted to the Naval Safety Center within 30 days of the mishap, except as directed in   special   cases   in   OPNAVINST   5102.1C   and OPNAVINST 5100.23C. SUMMARY In this chapter you learned the NAVOSH Program requirements  specific  to  shore  activities.  You  learned about   organization   and   staffing,   OSH   training 6-11 programs,  and  occupational  health  program  funda- mentals.  You  reviewed  workplace  monitoring  and NAVOSH  inspections  as  well  as  inspections  by  OSHA officials. You  learned  the  different  mishap  reporting requirements  for  Navy  civilian,  military,  and  contractor personnel  at  shore  activities.  You  also  learned  the importance  of  carefully  coordinating  NAVOSH  and OSHA regulations to ensure worker protection.

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