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Figure  1-1.—Human  error  mishap  statistics
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Responsibilities of the Navay Safety Center
Figure  1-1.—Human  error  mishap  statistics—Continued. operating procedures. Human error is cited as the most frequent cause of Navy mishaps (fig. 1-1). How do we keep personnel and working conditions as  safe  as  possible?  We  include  safety  rules  in  our everyday  workplace.  One  purpose  of  safety  rules  is  to remind people of the inherent dangers of their work. Your  job  as  a  safety  supervisor  will  require  you  to identify hazards and apply appropriate or required safety  rules.  Training  personnel  to  observe  safety precautions helps them avoid preventable mishaps, maintain   a   safe   work   environment,   and   conduct mishap-free  operations.  Operating  procedures  and  work methods  that  include  mishap  prevention  keep  personnel from  being  needlessly  exposed  to  injury  or  occupational health  hazards.  An  effective  safety  program  depends  on worker  cooperation  and  supervisor  involvement. THE NAVAL SAFETY CENTER The  Navy  recognized  the  need  for  centralized management of all safety efforts many years ago. A single command to deal with all Navy safety ashore and afloat evolved from the original Naval Aviation Safety Center. With the passage of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) in 1970, increased emphasis on shore  and  shipboard  safety  demanded  expansion  and increased   awareness. Commander,  Naval  Safety  Center  (COMNAV- SAFECEN),  advises  and  assists  the  CNO  in  promoting, monitoring, and evaluating the Department of the Navy safety program. The commander advises and assists the CNO in determining safety program goals and policies. COMNAVSAFECEN  also  has  the  responsibility  of 1-5

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