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Policy and guidance for reporting a mishap is contained in OPNAVINST 5102.1 / MCO P5102.1 Navy & Marine Corps Mishap and Safety Investigation/Reporting and Record Keeping
Mishap Reporting Requirements EMR – Submit an Explosive Mishap Report for any mishap (accident or incident) involving conventional ordnance, ammunition, explosives, explosives systems and devices resulting in an unintentional, firing, deflagration, burning, launching of ordnance material (including all ordnance impacting off-range), leaking or spilled propellant fuels and oxidizers (less OTTO II fuel) or chemical release. These reports are sent to the Naval Safety Center via the Web Enabled Safety System (WESS) for all events that meet the severity classification of a Class A, B, C or D mishap.
Hazard/Near Miss - All incidents that do not meet the reportable threshold requirements of a mishap, but that offer information that is valuable in preventing similar mishaps (such as negligent discharges without injury and/or property damage).
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