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COMNAVSURFPAC Instruction 3040.1: Significant Event/Near-Miss Reporting   [open pdf - 296KB]

Alternate Title: U.S. Navy - Commander Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet Instruction 3040.1: Significant Event/Near-Miss Reporting

"Purpose. To promulgate guidance, procedures and requirements for significant event and near-miss critique conduct and reporting. Significant event/near-miss reporting is a key supporting element of the sound shipboard operating principles of integrity, procedural compliance, formality, questioning attitude, forceful backup, and level of knowledge. This instruction provides a structured process for conducting critiques and reporting significant events/near-misses via a critique report in order to: a. Improve shipboard readiness through the conduct of a significant event/near-miss critique. b. Improve Pacific Surface Force readiness by disseminating the reports from this process. c. Instill a culture of continuous improvement, promote better understanding of the sound shipboard operating principles, and gain proficiency in root cause analysis to improve warfighting effectiveness."

Report Number:
COMNAVSURFPAC Instruction 3040.1
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Date:
2017-09-18
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Public Domain
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pdf
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