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The two-phase operator training program is designed to provide:
Training in the operation and O-level maintenance of SE (Phase I).
(2) Training and qualification of O-level and I-level personnel in the proper operation of SE for the particular aircraft/equipment maintenance functions for which they will use the SE (Phase II).
(3) Paragraphs 17.4f and 17.4g provide specific requirements for Phase I and Phase II.
Where are Phase I SE training conducted at?
d. Phase I SE training is conducted at the local IMA, using training materials furnished/prepared by CNATT.
What is required to operate any type of SE?
A USN Aviation Support Equipment Operator's License (OPNAV 4790/102) (Figures 17-1 and 17-2)
is required of all personnel who operate SE, regardless of rate or rating. A valid U.S. Government Motor
Vehicle Operator's Identification Card (OF-346) for motor vehicles or valid state operator's license is a
prerequisite for issuing an SE license for self-propelled SE.
What are the Responsibilties of the Maintenance officer regarding SE?
a. The MO shall:
(1) Designate, in writing via the MMP, the AMO (O-level)/SE Division Officer (I-level) as the SE
Operator Training and Licensing Program Manager.
(2) Develop local command procedures (as required) per Appendix E.
(3) Sign USN Aviation Support Equipment Operator's License (OPNAV 4790/102) as licensing
official for all command operators upon satisfactory completion of Phase I and Phase II SE training. For (A
USN shore-based IMAs, this responsibility may be delegated in writing to the Assistant OINC/AMO.
(4) Ensure all instances of SE misuse and abuse are thoroughly investigated and properly reported.
(5) Revoke an operator's license when the operator:
(a) Misuses or abuses SE.
(b) Displays unsafe operator habits or behavioral traits.
(c) Is involved in an accident or incident and the resulting investigation determines
(d) Is cited for significant or recurring safety infractions.
(e) Loses on-base driving privileges or the U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operator's Identification Card (OF-346) or state driver's license becomes invalid for any reason. (This applies to self-propelled equipment only.)
(6) Suspend a license after an operator is involved in an accident/incident until an investigation is complete and responsibility determined. Reinstate a license if the operator is deemed "not at fault."
(7) Ensure assigned SE is properly maintained and operated.
(8) Provide Phase I SE training to all command and tenant activity personnel requiring licensing (IMA only).
(9) Sign U.S Government Motor Vehicle Operator's Identification Cards (OF-346) for all forklift operators afloat. Prospective operators must have completed the requirements of DOD 4145.19-R-1 and NAVSEA SW023-AH-WHM-010 (as applicable).
What are the responsibilities of the SE program manager?
b. Program Manager
(1) O-level shall:
(a) Implement and manage the SE Training and Licensing Program.
(b) List SE-licensed personnel in the MMP.
(c) Assist the wing/group in developing standardized Phase II written examination requirements.
(2) I-level shall:
(a) Manage the SE Training and Licensing Program.
(b) Establish a formal course of instruction on each end item of SE in the inventory and the List of Equipment Requiring an SE Operator’s License (Figure 17-3).
(c) Ensure Phase I instructors are trained and capable in the proper techniques on instruction. Instructors shall be designated in writing, be E-5 or above, and licensed on all SE for which designated to provide training.
(d) Provide the best possible facilities for classroom and laboratory areas.
(e) Provide Phase I SE training (paragraph 17.4f), as requested by the SE Operator TrainingRequest (Figure 17-4), to all command and tenant activity personnel.
(f) Forward completed SE License Certification (Figure 17-5) to each individual's assigned activity.
(g) Publish schedule of Phase I SE training (minimum of 30 days in advance), identifying course, location, and time of instruction.
(h) Upon completion of Phase I SE training, sign and forward the Phase I Section of the SE License Certification (Figures 17-5 and 17-6) to the individual's permanent activity.
(i) Develop Phase I operator courses (as outlined in paragraph 17.4f(1) using Figures 17-7 and 17-8) if not furnished or developed by CNATT. Phase I operator course requirements for WHE are in NAVAIR 00-80T-119, Appendix C.
(j) Develop Phase II written examinations with the cognizant Division Officer. WHE Phase II requirements for WHE operators and personnel who operate WHE for maintenance purposes only are in NAVAIR 00-80T-119.
(k) Complete U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operator's Identification Cards (OF-346) for all forklift operators upon completion of DOD 4145.19-R-1 and NAVSEA SW023-AH-WHM-010 training requirements.
(l) Notify all user activities if a course update revision affects equipment operating procedures or requirements.
(m) Ensure all personnel TAD to the SE pool have completed Phase II requirements for each T/M/S aircraft supported.
What are the responsibilties of the QA officer regarding SE?
The QA Officer shall designate, in writing via the MMP, a QAR as the SE Operator Training and Licensing Program Monitor. This assignment does not preclude other QARs from monitoring this program but places the overall responsibility with one individual.
What are the responsibilities of the SE Program monitor?
The Program Monitor shall:
(1) Perform audits using CSEC per Chapter 8.
(2) Periodically monitor work in process to ensure only properly licensed personnel operate SE. Monitors shall include review of the expiration date of the individual's state/government driver's license for personnel operating self-propelled SE.
(3) Ensure procedures for qualifying and certifying SE operators are followed.
(4) Maintain a current inventory of applicable publications for assigned SE.
(5) Administer Phase II SE training written examinations to trainees and maintain a log ensuring all test results are identified as initial or renewal testing.
What are the responsibilities of the Division officer regarding SE?
Division officers shall:
(1) Review and forward SE Operating Training Requests (Figure 17-4) for class quotas to the supporting IMA.
(2) Review and endorse SE License Certification (Figures 17-5 and 17-6) and forward to the MO for signature.
(3) Ensure individuals receive Phase II SE training to qualify them to operate the SE described on the license for the T/M/S aircraft identified in the restrictions block and maintenance tasks they will perform with the SE.
(4) Provide a signed copy of current license with a specified period of authorized use (not to exceed 30 days) for SE issue and receipt until permanent license is issued when personnel surrender licenses for renewal or additional qualifications.
(5) Provide proficiency verification per paragraph 17.4a for new and temporarily assigned operators
possessing valid licenses from a previous command.
(6) Ensure assigned SE is properly maintained and operated.
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(8) Develop, in conjunction with the IMA SE Division Officer, Phase II SE training requirements
using Figures 17-7 and 17-8 as minimum criteria, to include practical and written examination standards for
SE used within the division. (For IMA/MALS/Air Operations/Weapons Division Officers only
What are the responsibilities of a Workcenter supervisor regarding SE?
Work center supervisors shall:
(1) Ensure Support Equipment Operator Training and Licensing Program indoctrination and followon
training is provided to personnel. Training shall include personnel responsibilities and shall be
documented on the NAMP Indoctrination Training sheet (Figure 2-5) in the individual's
qualification/certification record.
(2) Ensure an adequate number of personnel are trained and licensed for each type equipment
(3) Ensure all personnel operating SE have valid licenses or are in Phase II SE training under direct
supervision of licensed personnel.
(4) Ensure the SE License Certification (Figures 17-5 and 17-6) Phase I and II SE training
documentation is filed in the individual's qualification/certification record or U.S. Marine Corps Enlisted
Aviation Maintenance Personnel Training/Qualification Jacket.
(5) Stress to work center personnel the value and operational importance of SE and their
responsibility to report incidents of SE misuse or abuse.
What are the responsibilities of Licensed personnel regarding SE?
g. Licensed personnel shall:
(1) Maintain qualifications as SE operators.
(2) Operate SE in a safe and mature manner including:
(a) Performing preoperational inspections.
(b) Operating equipment within designed capacities and capabilities.
(c) Observing all equipment safety features and practices.
(3) Report any changes in personal qualifications. Changes include revocation, suspension, or
expiration of state or government motor vehicle operators licenses, and changes to physical qualifications, for
example, loss of hearing or taking medications that impair motor skills or cause drowsiness.
(4) Report any observed reckless operation or intentional misuse/abuse of SE to the Division
How long is an SE license valid?
a. SE operator licenses are valid for type equipment and aircraft for 3 years, regardless of activity assigned. MOs of issuing activities may, as conditions warrant, require personnel to requalify sooner than 3 years. Transfer to an activity operating the same type/model but a different series merely requires verification of proficiency. If an activity elects to honor valid licenses issued by other activities for permanently assigned or TAD augment personnel, they shall have the operator complete the Phase II practical portion of the SE License Certification (Figure 17-6) prior to using SE.
What is required to renew an SE license?
Licenses shall be renewed only after passing the Phase II written and practical tests.
what happens if you fail the Phase II written or practical exam during license renewal?
Personnel who fail either the practical or written test during license renewal or verification of proficiency must repeat Phase I course of instruction and Phase II SE training for the equipment concerned.
What happens to your SE license if your state drivers license is expired, revoked or suspended?
An expired, revoked, or suspended state license or U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operator's Identification Card (OF-346) will cancel authorization to operate self-propelled SE.