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Motor Vehicle Mishap/Incident Reporting and Investigations
stand-down   should   include   the   following   agenda items: l  A  detailed  discussion  of  all  district  vehicle mishaps  that  have  occurred  over  the  last  quarter  and ways   they   could   have   been   prevented.   ZSs   will receive  this  information  at  the  quarterly  traffic  safety council   meeting. l  A  thorough  inspection  of  every  vehicle  by someone from a station other than the one to which that  vehicle  is  normally  assigned. l  At  least  two  safety  stand-downs  each  year should  use  an  outside  resource  such  as  the  state highway patrol, city police, or American Automobile Association   (AAA)   representative. l  Training  aids  such  as  films  and  peripheral vision   and   reaction-time   test   equipment   can   be obtained from an NRD, Area, or community sources. DRIVER  EDUCATION  AND TRAINING  PROGRAM The Enlisted Navy Recruiting Orientation (ENRO) program  provides  a  2-hour  driver  safety  indoctrination. Personnel  not  attending  ENRO  must  receive  an equivalent 2-hour driver safety training program at their command. In addition, all personnel operating government   vehicles   must   fulfill   the   following requirements: l   Pass a written examination covering traffic regulations  for  the  state  of  assignment l     Be briefed on mishap reporting procedures l    Complete  a  road  check  with  the  vehicle coordinator Personnel temporarily assigned to an activity (in programs such as the Recruiter Assistance Program [RAP],   Hometown   Area   Recruiting   Assistance Program [HARP], and other personnel on temporary additional duty [TEMADD]) may be exempted from these  requirements  at  the  discretion  of  the  CO. Military  or  civilian  personnel  who  have  been determined to have been at fault in a traffic accident while  operating  a  government  vehicle  are  required  to attend an 8-hour AAA Driver Improvement Program (DIP)  course.  This  course  must  be  conducted  by  a naval  safety  center-approved  instructor. SAFETY  REGULATIONS All personnel operating government vehicles must comply  with  the  provisions  of   Issuance  of  Navy Traffic  Safety  Program,  OPNAVINST  5100.12.  In addition,  the  following  precautions  must  be  taken: l  No  individual  may  operate  a  DOD-owned  or DOD-controlled  motor  vehicle  while  consuming  or within  a  period  of  6  hours  after  consuming  any quantity   of   alcoholic   beverages,   or   permit   the operation of a government motor vehicle by any other individual  who  has  consumed  any  alcoholic  beverages within   6   hours. Consuming  or  permitting  the consumption of alcoholic beverages by any occupant of  a  government  vehicle  is  prohibited.  Operating  a government  vehicle  within  6  hours  of  consuming  any alcoholic beverage may result in disciplinary action and  immediate  removal  from  recruiting  duties. l   The   emergency/parking   brake   must   be engaged  whenever  a  vehicle  is  left  unattended. l   The   driver   has   the   responsibility   for maintaining  the  mechanical  and  cosmetic  condition  of the  vehicle. l    All    drivers    have    the    right    and    the responsibility to ground a vehicle that they determine to be unsafe. No one is ever required to operate an unsafe  vehicle. l  When  advised  by  local  news  media  or  the highway  patrol  that  roads  and  highways  are considered hazardous and that nonemergency travel is not  recommended,  it  is  each  driver’s  responsibility  to determine  if  conditions  are  safe  for  traveling,  If  a driver  is  on  the  road  and  a  hazardous  weather advisory  is  issued  or  if  the  driver  determines  that further travel is unsafe, he or she should notify the command duty officer (CDO) for authority to remain in   commercial   lodging   until   conditions   improve. Special  caution  must  be  exercised  by  all  drivers during  periods  of  adverse  weather. l  Individuals  are  morally  and  legally  responsible for conducting themselves in a manner that will not endanger  or  cause  injury  to  themselves  or  others. This is particularly important when operating motor vehicles   where   any   traffic   violations   or   mishap 4-9

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