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(4) Ensure all personnel assigned to their command complete required traffic safety training. (5) For military personnel, ensure supervisors counsel subordinates on proposed travel plans, mode of travel, length of travel time, and other contingencies prior to personnel leave approval. When PMVs are the primary mode of travel, use of the Traffic Risk Planning System (TRiPS) for travel planning purposes is highly encouraged. Additional information on TRiPS can be found on the Naval Safety Center's Web site ( .aspx ). (6) Ensure a local traffic safety orientation is included in scheduled command check-in briefings generally provided to all new personnel reporting for duty within 30 days of arrival. Completion of command check-in orientation shall be documented. Commands can request training materials to meet this requirement from CNIC regional and installation safety offices. Examples of local traffic safety information include: host nation, State and local laws, Driving Under the Influence (DUI) costs, traffic, and driving patterns of the local area, emergency information, and Navy traffic instructions. (7) Ensure traffic safety briefs are provided to all personnel prior to major holidays, extended weekends, or liberty periods. (8) Ensure traffic safety briefs are provided to all personnel when visiting foreign ports, returning from deployment, or when mishap trends warrant. (9) Stress the recurring factors related to traffic mishaps such as speeding, drinking and driving, non-use of seatbelts, and driving while fatigued during all traffic safety briefs, stand-downs, and during the leave approval process. (10) Communicate the legal consequences and penalties for impaired driving to command personnel.
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OPNAVINST 5100.12J 26 June 2012 10 (11) Enforce all PPE requirements for motorcycles and all other vehicles. (12) Incorporate traffic safety program regulations and requirements into unit operations. (13) Implement the DoD Impaired Driving Prevention Program, per reference (a). This effort should include activities dedicated to building a close working relationship with local authorities dedicated to preventing impaired driving. (14) Identify all military personnel who pose the
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