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(5) Reports. An accident report shall be filed per
current NAVAVSCOLSCOM Instruction 5101.1.
(1) The Mishap Plan shall be activated at least once each
quarter -- four times per year, unless actual injuries occur to
students which require activation of the plan.
ensure no deficiencies exist.
(3) Records of the drill shall be maintained for three years.
Plan is kept current and is adequate in all aspects.
h. Safety stand-downs shall be conducted, as a minimum, annually,
to review the general safety/training environment and specific
precautions/practices. The Commanding Officer is encouraged to
conduct safety stand-downs anytime events dictate.
i. Hurricanes/Tornadoes. In the event of an approaching
hurricane or tornado, all personnel shall comply with current
NAVAVSCOLSCOM Instruction 3140.2 and current NASPNCLAINST 3140.5
concerning preparation and evacuation.
Student Flow Management Data
5. Graduation. Students are graduated upon successful completion of
the course curriculum requirements.
6. Remedial Training. Remedial training, up to two hours may be
assigned daily, after a normal training day; however, a minimum of ten
hours shall elapse between the additional instruction (AI) and the
next scheduled event.
a. Academic progress. Students who fail an exam will be
debriefed and given academic counseling by the Training Chief,
assigned additional study, and retested. A student who fails a retest
shall be referred to an Academic Review Board (ARB), per current
(1) Swim hold. When a student fails to meet the prescribed
swimming standards of any training evolution, active training status
will be suspended and the student will be placed in a swim hold
status. While on swim hold, the student will receive AI in the
specific area of deficiency. If any student remains deficient while
on swim hold for more than ten working days, an ARB will be convened
to determine the student's disposition.