f. In unclear cases, determine and designate the command with investigative responsibility in cases where more than one command is involved. g. Determine if an SIB will investigate and report a mishap when the controlling command questions the need for establishing an SIB. h. Determine on a case-by-case basis whether a safety investigation is required if a fatality related to the mishap occurs within six months of the mishap date, and send a naval message identifying the report requirements. i. Terminate a safety investigation. j. Provide a standardized and consolidated safety investigation report format and an electronic method of collecting that format. 2. Navy and Marine Corps Inspector Generals (IG). Provide oversight inspections for compliance with mishap investigation and reporting as part of safety and occupational health programs at Navy shore activities and Marine Corps commands as directed by references 1c and 1d. 3. Commander, Naval Education and Training Command (CNETC), shall appoint a suitably qualified technical person, as
OPNAVINST 5102.1D MCO P5102.1B 7 January 2005 1-4designated by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigator in charge, to assist in any investigation involving Naval Introductory Flight Screening (IFS) Program aviation and military flying club mishaps, per reference 1f. 4. CMC (SD) shall: a. Ensure COMNAVSAFECEN is immediately notified of all on-duty military and civilians fatalities, and all off-duty military fatalities, to ensure that the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Safety) (DASN(S)) or his designee, is notified within eight hours of the incident. b. Coordinate the safety investigation endorsement chain for activities outside the controlling command chain of command. c. Conduct the final review, analysis and closing endorsement of the Safety Investigation Report (SIREP) with COMNAVSAFECEN coordination within 14 days of receipt. d. Coordinate the content and distribution of lessons learned with COMNAVSAFECEN. e. Coordinate tracking of the corrective action resulting from a SIREP with COMNAVSAFECEN to ensure the action is completed. f. Publish a monthly Marine Corps administrative message (GENADMIN) that identifies current safety information, a brief synopsis of mishaps, hazards, risks, controls, and pending investigations. 5. Commander, Naval Safety Center (COMNAVSAFECEN) shall: a. Retain responsibility for SIREP control symbols and make necessary changes to the report format to ensure the data collected satisfies DASN(S) information requirements. b. Coordinate with CMC (SD) regarding the investigation of mishaps involving embarked Marines and Marine Corps equipment in U.S. Navy ships and landing craft (up to the high water mark
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