RESPONSIBILITY FOR TRAINING SAFETY
Safety is an integral part of all elements of
the Naval Education and Training Command
(N A V E D T R A C O M) mission.
NAVEDTRACOM has issued policy and
procedures to eliminate or reduce the chances
of mishaps or mishap-related injuries to
students and instructors during training. This
policy states that safety and supervisory
procedures shall be maintained at a level that
ensures safe training while providing the
realism needed to fulfill fleet operational
requirements within practical limits.
procedures are essential to an aggressive
training program that prepares naval personnel
to perform professionally in normal as well as
Never forget that as an instructor you area role model for your students. This is true in all
aspects of training, especially training safety. You must demonstrate proper safety procedures
in addition to teaching them. Be aware that your behavior often has greater impact on students
than do your words. You have no greater responsibility as an instructor than that related to
the safety of the personnel you train.
RESPONSIBILITY FOR SECURITY
Many Navy courses contain materials that are classified for security purposes. In teaching
classified information, you must be aware of several requirements:
n Never discuss any classified material not in the approved curriculum. Remember to
disclose classified information only to properly cleared personnel with a need to know the
n Never present or discuss information that carries a higher security classification than that
of the approved curriculum.
9 Do not incorporate into your course materials any information that carries a higher
security classification than that of the approved curriculum. That includes information
incorporated into your lesson plan through personalization, student handouts, training
materials, and test items.
l Make sure you can account for classified training materials or references used in the
training environment at all times.
n Immediately report any situation you suspect may constitute a security violation.
Security of classified materials demands constant attention by everyone involved. As with
safety, your behavior has a great impact upon your students. Never say or do anything that will
downplay the importance of the security of classified materials.