|What Is It?
TRiPS is an on-line, automated risk-assessment tool. Sailors and Marines use it before they go on liberty or leave, driving outside command travel limits. The system helps them recognize—and avoid—the hazards they face on the highway: fatigue, not buckling up, and driving too far.
Service members can access TRiPS, via NKO, from any computer. If accessing via NMCI computer, members can use CAC login to alleviate username and password. If accessing from Non-NMCI computer, members must enter username (First.Last) and password. If they cannot remember their password, they can request a password reset from NKO.
Members should ensure their "Pop-Up" blocker is turned off to allow TRiPS access. To check status of Pop-Up blocker, click on Tools, then Pop-Up blocker, and ensure it is set to Off position.Problems Accessing TRiPS? In order to access TRiPS, members must ensure their ".mil " email address is identified in their NKO profile. TRiPS gets all of it's validation information from NKO. To check/change their email address, members must follow these steps: 1) Log into NKO https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil 2) Click on Manage Profile, underneath where it says "Welcome to NKO (Your Name) 3) Check/Change email address (and any other applicable information) 4) Click on "Update Profile" at the bottom of the page 5) Log back into NKO homepage and click on TRiPS on the left side of the page
This should correct the problem. If it doesn't, please call 757-444-3520 Ext. 7842, or email (NAVSAFECEN.TRiPS@navy.mil). Supervisors Unable To View Subordinates Assessments?
You are a "Supervisor" in TRiPS upon someone identifying you as their supervisor in their assessment. Ensure the subordinates have correctly typed in their supervisor's email address.
Ensure the supervisor’s email address that is registered in NKO is their .mil address, and not a personal account. To change, see aforementioned email change instructions.
Another way to access TRiPS and bypass NKO, is by logging into: https://trips.safety.army.mil/navy. Users must log in user name and password, or click on "Forgot Password" to have an email re-sent from TRiPS with a temporary password.
Remember that the subordinates' parents have entrusted you with their child. Your supervisory responsibilities do not end the minute the Sailor departs the command. Take the necessary time to review the assessments carefully, identifying and mitigating foreseeable risks so Sailors arrive at their destinations and return safely.How to Go There
Navy personnel: via Navy Knowledge On-Line (NKO) at https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil. Click on the TRiPs link. Or select “Organizations” under the “Organizations & Communities” drop-down menu, then select “ Naval Safety Center.” You will need to have registered on NKO to access the site.
Marine Corps personnel: via the Army Combat Readiness Center website at https://trips.safety.army.mil/marines.
Individual Travel Assessment Worksheet
Overview of TRiPS (Powerpoint presentation)
Poster (for download, 8.5" x 11")
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