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NAVY - OPNAV 1500.75C

(N09F) POLICY AND GOVERNANCE FOR CONDUCTING HIGH-RISK TRAINING

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Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 22 August 2014
Status: inactive
Page Count: 39
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Scope and Applicability

a. This instruction applies to all naval commands responsible for management, administration, oversight, and execution of high-risk formal, non-traditional, and unit level training as defined in enclosure (1). b. Per the responsibilities and authorities assigned by Executive Order 12344, codified at sections 2406 and 2511 of title 50, United States Code, and to ensure consistency throughout the joint Navy and the Department of Energy Naval Propulsion Program, the Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (CNO N00N) should implement requirements and practices pertaining to this instruction for activities under the Director's cognizance, as appropriate.

c. Personnel in initial or advanced flight training are subject to Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) instruction (OPNAVINST) 3710.7U, Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) General Flight and Operating Instructions, and OPNAVINST 3750.6R, Naval Aviation Safety Program, and are exempt from the provisions of this instruction. Ancillary aircrew training must follow the provisions of this instruction.

d. Fleet operational and training commands will use the operational risk management (ORM) process for all training events or evolutions per reference (a). When the training event or evolution meets the threshold for designation as high-risk training as defined in enclosure (1), fleet commands shall comply with this instruction as applicable and defined in subparagraphs 5e and 5f.

Purpose. To establish policy and governance for all Navy high-risk training. This instruction has been revised to remove any ambiguity; to be more directive and restrictive; and to clearly state the requirements for all training agencies, training authorities, training executors and commands conducting unit-level training meeting the threshold of high-risk training. This instruction is a complete revision and should be read in its entirety.

Document History

August 10, 2017
(N09F) POLICY AND GOVERNANCE FOR CONDUCTING HIGH-RISK TRAINING
Scope and Applicability a. This instruction applies to all naval commands responsible for management, administration, oversight, and execution of high-risk training as defined in enclosure (1). b....
OPNAV 1500.75C
August 22, 2014
(N09F) POLICY AND GOVERNANCE FOR CONDUCTING HIGH-RISK TRAINING
Scope and Applicability a. This instruction applies to all naval commands responsible for management, administration, oversight, and execution of high-risk formal, non-traditional, and unit level...
March 4, 2010
(N09F) POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR CONDUCTING HIGH-RISK TRAINING
Scope and Applicability a. This instruction applies to all naval commands responsible for management, administration, oversight, and the conduct of high-risk formal, non-traditional, and unit level...
November 18, 2004
(N09F) SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR CONDUCTING HIGH-RISK TRAINING
Promulgate policy and procedures to eliminate or minimize mishaps during high-risk training. Due to recent changes to the Navy's training organization, this manual has been extensively revised and...
December 14, 1992
(N09F) SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR CONDUCTING HIGH-RISK TRAINING
This instruction is applicable to all naval activities responsible for the oversight, administration, or conduct of high-risk courses of instruction. For a complete list of Naval Education and...

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