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3.C1 What type of courses are considered “high-risk”?
High-Risk Training. Basic or advanced individual or collective training (traditional, non-traditional, or unit level) that exposes students and instructors to the risk of death or permanent disability.
3.C2 What section of the instruction lists courses that have been designated as “high-risk”?
Ref: CNETINST 1500.20D

CNETINST 1500.20D Enclosure 1
3.C3 What is a “DOR” and the procedures for conducting one?
“DOR” is Drop on Request. It is an administrative procedure available to students in voluntary training programs. When the student desires a DOR, that student shall be removed from training expeditiously.

PROCEDURES- After removal from voluntary training, the student shall submit a written request detailing the reasons for the DOR. The request should clearly indicate that the student wants to DOR (i.e. I, (name), desire to be removed from training in xyz course for the following reason(s)…). A standard Special Request/Authorization Form (NAVPERS 1336/3) may be used.
3.C4 What is a Training Time Our “TTO” and the procedures for conducting one?
“TTO” is Training Time Out. It is a safety procedure that allows students and instructors concerned for their personal safety or the safety of others to stop a training evolution, correct the discrepancy, and then continue training. This procedure may be appropriate for a wide variety of training situations, not just high/moderate-risk training.

PROCEDURES: A TTO may be called in any training situation where a student or instructor expresses concern for personal safety or requests clarification of procedures or requirements. TTO is also an appropriate means for a student to obtain relief if he or she is experiencing pain, heat stress, or other serious physical discomfort.
 Hands used to form a “T”.
 Sound off with “Time Out”.
 A red “T” is marked across the student’s forehead.
3.C5 What is the purpose of the Emergency Action Plan (EAP) and how often must it be reviewed for accuracy of information? How often is it to be fully exercised?
 Emergency Action Plans shall be activated in the event of any injury, mishap, or emergency. These plans shall be coordinated with host commands.
 Emergency Action Plans shall be reviewed monthly for accuracy of information (except for the months in which walk-through or exercises are conducted).
 High/moderate risk training Emergency Action Plans shall be exercised annually, including participation by appropriate local emergency personnel (base emergency services/ disaster preparedness offices) to ensure that the supporting activity is aware of training locations and types of support required.
3.C6 How often are safety stand-downs required?
Stand-downs shall be conducted at least annually. Additional stand-downs shall be conducted following mishaps, near misses, or major course revision/equipment modifications (these may focus on the specific topics involved and may be shorter in duration than annual stand-downs).