approach to safety and safety training at the crew
level are appropriate.
Getting your crew to work
safely, like most other crew leader functions, is
essentially a matter of leadership. Therefore, dont
overlook the power of personal example in leading
and teaching your crewmembers. They are quick to
detect differences between what you say and what
you do. Dont expect them to measure up to a
standard of safe conduct that you, yourself, do not.
Make your genuine concern for the safety of your
crew visible at all times. Leadership by example is
one of the most effective techniques you can use.
RECOMMENDED READING LIST
current when this
following references were
TRAMAN was published,
their continued currency cannot be assured.
You therefore need to ensure that you are
studying the latest revision.
Naval Construction Force Manual, P-315, Naval
Facilities Engineering Command, Washington,
Naval Construction Force Occupational Safety and
Health Program Manual, C O M C B P A C /
COMCBLANTINST 5100.1F, Commander,
Naval Construction Battalions, U.S. Pacific Fleet,
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and Commander, Naval
Construction Battalions, U.S. Atlantic Fleet,
Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Norfolk,
Seabee Planner's Estimator Handbook, NAVFAC
P-405, Naval Facilities Engineering Command,
Alexandria, Va., 1983.