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3. If the student/instructor is in a hold under
water, they shall pinch their partner to signal a release and
will surface, immediately using one or more of the above
1. Water survival (bay) Radio/loudspeaker
call and/or forming a "T" with their hands overhead.
2. Water Survival (Pool) long blow on whistle
and/or forming a "T" in the hands overhead.
(5) Student safety
(a) Anytime a student demonstrates signs of panic,
fear, extreme fatigue, or lack of confidence, instructors shall
stop the training, identify the problem, and make a
determination to continue or discontinue training. Instructors
shall be constantly alert for any unusual behavior which may
indicate a student is experiencing difficulty and shall
immediately take appropriate action to ensure the student's
(b) A designated instructor should be in close enough
proximity to see and hear the IUT at all times during the course
of instruction of a high risk training evolution.
(6) Mishap Plan. In the event of an actual emergency,
the following Mishap Plan shall be implemented: IAW AEATS Pre-
(a) Instructor/staff member procedures. In the event
of an injury to a student, the nearest instructor or hospital
corpsman shall provide immediate first aid and assistance. The
staff member will take charge and determine if the injury is
serious or minor.
(b) Student illness/injury. Any time a student
becomes ill or injured, the nearest instructor shall provide
immediate assistance. Instructors shall stop the training,
Injury/Accident Notification form NAVAVSCOLSCOM 6310/1.
(c) Minor injury: