MANDATORY USE OF RISK MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MISHAP REPORTING:
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SUBJ/MANDATORY USE OF RISK MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MISHAP
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RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN issues guidance for mishap and hazard reporting
information in Risk Management Information system (RMI). RMI is a single
program of record to improve Navy and Marine Corps safety management.
Reference (a) defines the RMI program of record and is endorsed by the
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment
(ASN EI&E). By capturing and analyzing Safety Incident Reporting data in a
single location, the RMI initiative facilitates a safety environment
for Navy and Marine Corps personnel and enables the enterprise to preserve
combat readiness and save lives.
a. RMI consolidates existing legacy and core safety programs, risk
management systems, applications, and data. This consolidation of
previously disparate, parochial systems is a tangible example of us - as a
naval force - Getting Real, and Getting Better.
RMI's Streamlined Incident Reporting (SIR) provides a baseline of classes of
mishaps, hazard reports (HAZREPs) and near misses, and it will provide the
basis for analysis and trending to improve safety and risk management. RMI
SIR is a single, integrated system for reporting aviation, afloat, ground,
and motor vehicle mishaps and is compliant with Department of Defense (DOD)
safety business rules. RMI SIR synthesizes incident report data into useful
products for improving risk and safety conditions, and it vastly expands the
capabilities for safety professionals and leadership to identify trends and
produce analyses that lead to recommendations and mishap prevention.
b. RMI will also enable improved safety reporting efficiency by reducing
the amount of time DON users spend entering or reentering safety data into a
system. RMI SIR is a web-enabled, role-based mishap reporting and analysis
system that is accessible worldwide with a Common Access Card (CAC). RMI SIR
uses a proven Government-Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) web application customized for
the Navy and Marine Corps that builds upon the Air Force Safety Automated
System (AFSAS) platform.
3. Policy. All commands are directed to use RMI SIR Module as the sole
program of record to submit mishap and hazard report information no later
than 1 January 2023 with the exception of NAVFAC commands. NAVFAC commands
will transition to RMI SIR reporting NLT 1 March 2023. After these dates,
Commands must cease reporting mishaps in the Enterprise Safety Application
Management System (ESAMS).
3. System integration with ESAMS.
a. RMI is a one-stop shop for mishap reporting that will back feed
mishap information into ESAMS to enable program support in ESAMS while it
remains online for Safety Program Management (SPM). RMI SIR will feed mishap
information to ESAMS daily for commands who are current users of ESAMS or
commands that have not opted out of the ESAMS feed. This automatic back feed
will allow ESAMS users to continue to use the other modules
within ESAMS that rely on mishap information.
b. This shift to RMI SIR for all mishap and hazard reporting is the next
step in the phased transition to RMI for all reporting and SPM
functions. Future NAVADMINs will provide the timeline for the eventual shift
of SPM functions into RMI.
4. Points of contact. Mr. Jonathan Wilson, 757-444-3520 x7156,
email@example.com or Mr. Christopher Rew, 757-444-3520
5. Released by Mr. Andrew S. Haeuptle, Director, Navy Staff.//