OJT DOCUMENTATION TRANSFERS
equipment, but must be thoroughly familiar with
equipment operating characteristics and pre-
Transfer of certification for military or civilian
from one command to another is prohibited. However,
· Operators of weapons elevators and conveyors
the receiving command may use the OJT
who are qualified per NAVSHIPSTECHMAN
documentation from the transferring command as
· Ship's lookouts, underway watch standers,
following conditions are met in their entirety:
connected replenishments (CONREP) station
· The individual's certification from the previous
operators, and shore station runway wheels
command abides by OPNAVINST 8020.14.
watches required to handle, prepare, and launch
· The OJT documentation periodicity requirement
marine markers or fire signaling devices.
is met for each explosive/explosive device
· Working party personnel used to supplement
certified (within the past 1 year).
qualified and certified personnel for the purpose
· On previous command OJT forms, verification
of assignment as a board member is not a
ments. The OIC of the evolution shall provide all
working party personnel with a thorough safety
brief before and as necessary during the
· Current command generates a new Qual/Cert
operation. Constant supervision from a qualified
and certified team leader is mandatory.
· The use of OJT documentation is limited to only
· Personnel whose sole responsibility is to
conduct tests or inspections of magazine
tion levels, and work task codes for which the
individual was certified from the command.
· Aircrew personnel during the performance of
If the individual was not certified for a particular
in-flight duties to include use of survival
item within a family group from the previous
equipment. (Note: Ground handling of ordnance
command, the complete qualification process for that
by aircrew personnel shall require certification
particular item must be followed.
per OPNAVINST 8020.14.)
· Personnel required to bear arms in the course of
their duties, including security alert teams,
The CO/OIC is responsible for decertification of
back-up alert forces, reaction forces, or other
individuals. Decertification is mandatory if an
security personnel who are trained and qualified
explosive mishap is caused by negligence, carelessness,
through the current approved small arms
or procedural and/or safety infractions. Decertification
allows for retraining and recertification and requires a
new Qual/Cert form.
The procedures for decertification are:
Training record documentation is by specific
· The Qual/Cert form requires a diagonal line
explosive device and task. This training will be
made in red ink, signed and dated by the member
documented by using an ordnance certification training
being decertified and the board chairman.
format (fig. 4-2). This documentation must support the
level of certification listed on the individual's or team's
· After retraining, the member may be submitted
certification form and must reflect all the individual's
to the Qual/Cert board for certification as
or team's training.
NOTE: Supplemental instruction of the
· If the member is considered not retrainable,
assign the individual other tasks not involving
and Certification Program by subordinate
explosive/explosive devices. Revocation of
commands is neither required nor desired.
certification is then required.