Naval Safety Center




Ashore Safety

As a minimum, military and/or civilian personnel assigned collateral duty responsibilities for safety management shall satisfactorily complete the NAVOSHENVTRACEN course "Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health (Ashore) A-493-0050.Also, you have responsibilities listed in OPNAVINST 5100.23 series (Navy Safety and Occupational Health Program Manual) and the Safety Officer Continuity Binder

For commands receiving Base Operating Support (BOS) services from CNIC Regional Safety Offices and storefronts refer to CNIC 5100.3 (BOS Safety Services).

Additional information on Safety Ashore Programs.

Risk Management for Industrial/Workplace Applications:

  • Information on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) publication "Job Hazard Analysis"
  • Information on the US Army Corps of Engineers "Activity Hazard Analysis" used by the Navy Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)



 Trip/Fall Protection



Hearing Conservation

Non-Ionizing Radiation/Radio Frequency


 Confined Spaces



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