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The Trident Program. The Auxiliary Member Training and Qualifications Program for Support of US Coast Guard Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Programs. Your Objective: Full Qualification in the Marine Safety Community. Purposes of the Program.
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The Trident Program The Auxiliary Member Training and Qualifications Program for Support of US Coast Guard Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Programs

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Your Objective: Full Qualification in the Marine Safety Community

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Purposes of the Program To give gauge preparing and capabilities to individuals taking an interest in the Auxiliary\'s Marine Safety and Environmental Protection program To institutionalize Auxiliary preparing and accreditation prerequisites in MS/MEP territories To plan Auxiliary individuals to adequately incorporate into the Coast Guard\'s M people group

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Trident Program Completion and Award Criteria for M Device The Auxiliary Marine Safety (M) gadget will be granted to people who finish the majority of the "three purposes of the Trident" … -Education -Service -Practical Skills (PQSs)

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I. Instruction Requirements A. Prologue to Marine Safety Course (INTRO-MS/MEP) B. Propelled Course Group (ADV-MS/MEP) Intro to Marine Inspection Course (IIMI)** Intro to Port Operations Course (IIPO)** The Incident Command Course (ICS-100) The Good Mate Course __________________________________________________________ ** These two courses are in the blink of an eye suspended as essentials courses since they are pending correction by the USCG.

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety Provides prologue to MS/MEP exercises 1. MS/MEP Organization & Mission 2. Marine Safety Program 3. Marine Environmental Protection 4. Arranging and Emergency Management 5. Port Security and Waterways Management 6. Program Management, Administration & Information Services

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety 1. Association and Mission Coast Guard Marine Safety Organization History and Organization MSM, Chapter One Auxiliary Marine Safety Program Who We Are Goals, Objectives and Missions

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety 2. Marine Safety Program Harbor Patrols (HARPATS) Container Inspection Support Uninspected Passenger Vessel (UPV) Examinations Ferry Examinations Commercial Fishing Vessel Examinations Boating Safety Factory Visit Program "Dockwalkers" Marina Visitation Program

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety 3. Marine Environmental Protection "Ocean Partners" Education & Public Affairs Program Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) Mitigation Environmental Education Initiatives "Great Mate" Program (Ocean Conservancy) "Officer Snook" Program (J. Savin, FL)

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety 3. Marine Environmental Protection (cont\'d) Clean Vessel Act Support Clean Marina Program Support Debris Monitoring & Beach Cleanup Programs Marine Mammal Monitoring HAZMAT/HAZWOPER Education & Patrol Support

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety 4. Arranging and Emergency Management Incident Command System Auxiliary Guidelines for Emergency Planning Coast Guard Support for Local and Area Planning Guidelines for Cooperation and Team Building for Emergency Response at State & Local Levels

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety 5. Port Security and Waterways Mgmt. - Harbor Safety Patrols Abandoned Vessel Surveys Marine Transportation System (MTS) Support Harbor Safety Committee Support Public Affairs and Public Information Support

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety 6. Administration, Admin. & Information Services Budgeting and Personnel Records Program Vision, Missions, Objectives and Timelines "Three C\'s: Communication, Coordination, Customer Service Collection and Publication of Best Practices in Marine Safety

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety 6. Program Management, Administration & Information Services (cont\'d) Travel and Expense Management Website Management and Maintenance Management and Administration of Marine Safety Components of the AUXDATA System

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A. Prologue to Marine Safety Presented NACON 02; Available, Fall 02 Offered through the Coast Guard Institute Available both as e-course and printed copy Provides CEUs and ACE accreditation Utilizes new learning administration programming (Blackboard 5): Available at http://uscg.blackboard.com Provides consistent input on advance

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B. Propelled Course Group 1. Introduction to Port Operations Course (IIPO)** 2. Introduction to Marine Inspection Course(IIMI)** 3. The Good Mate Course (MEP) 4. The Incident Command Course (ICS100) ________________________________ **These two courses are right now suspended as requirements pending updates by the USCG

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1. The Port Operations Course Provides early on information for those entering the marine wellbeing field who are alloted port security, security, and additionally reaction obligations. Natural reaction and examination. Dealer vessel boardings Waterfront Inspections Baseline for Marine Safety Information Systems (MSIS and MISLE).

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1. The Port Operations Course What : Excerpt from Course > Introductory Chapter (without further ado suspended as an essential pending amendment by the USCG) Where Do I Find It ? This course is accessible just in printed shape from the Coast Guard Institute… Order through DIRAUX/OTO Please supply the accompanying: Short Title: IIPO Course Code-Edition: 0585-1

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2. The Marine Inspection Course Provides starting information for those entering the marine security field who are relegated marine assessment obligations. Dealer vessel authentications, records and boardings. Marine Safety Information Systems (MSIS and MISLE).

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2. The Marine Inspection Course What : Excerpt from Course - - > Introductory Chapter (instantly suspended as an essential pending correction by the USCG} Where Do I Find It? The Course is accessible in printed frame just - through your DIRAUX/OTO from the CG Institute Order this course utilizing the accompanying: Short Title: IIMI Course Code-Edition: 0580-1

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3. The Good Mate Course Provides data on different biological systems that make up the marine environment. Portrays wellsprings of marine contamination and statutes for ecological quality. Depicts effects of recreational drifting on the marine environment and offers best administration hones for enhancements.

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3. The Good Mate Course Where do I discover it? Accessible now in printed shape from the Auxiliary Center, alongside Study Guide, Video and branch of knowledge pamphlets. On-Line and in printed shape from the CG Institute. (Course and study guide will be on-line by Fall, 2002.) Web address: http://uscg.blackboard.com

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4. Episode Command Course (ICS 100) Incident Command System (ICS Level 100) Designed to help the understudy comprehend the standards of the Incident Command System (ICS) and how to utilize it. Familiarizes the understudy with essential ICS structure, wording and use in crisis reaction circumstances.

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4. The Incident Command Course Where Do I Find It? The course is accessible in printed frame from the Coast Guard Institute Place arrange through the DIRAUX/OTO Order from the Coast Guard Institute: Short Title: ICSORI Course Code-Edition: 0590-1

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4. The Incident Command Course Alternate Sources for this Course: FEMA (www.fema.gov) State Emergency Management Agency Local fire/crisis reaction preparing Local Coast Guard units National Fire Service

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II. Benefit Requirements Completion of no less than 384 hours in immediate or authoritative support of the Marine Safety program over a time of no less than 4 years . For a solitary year to number toward capability for the gadget, no less than 96 hours must be recorded in AUXMIS/AUXDATA for that year. Hours recorded starting 1 January 1997 will serve to qualify. A long time require not be continuous to be credited.                

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III. Reasonable Skill Areas - PQS\'s Completion of necessities from no less than four affirmed Auxiliary MS/MEP Personal Qualifications Summary (PQS) guides. PQSs might be from Coast Guard or Auxiliary rundown of endorsed things Completion of Coast Guard PQS\'s for Active Duty and Reserve individuals as recorded in COMDTNOTE 16000 - Change 12 to the MSM - will likewise fulfill this prerequisite.

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List of Approved PQS Areas The accompanying Auxiliary-Specific PQS Areas are affirmed for capability for the Auxiliary M gadget: Assistant Container Inspector Assistant Facilities Inspector Assistant Liferaft Inspector Auxiliary Uninspected Passenger Vessel (UPV) Examiner Auxiliary Marine Environmental Education Specialist Auxiliary Port State Control Boarding Team Assistant Auxiliary Marine Safety Watchstander Auxiliary Marine Safety Administrative and Management Specialist ____________________________________________________ » Note: (All PQS archives are experiencing a last substance survey and ought to be endorsed by end of October, 2002)

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Additional PQS Areas - proceeded with - Auxiliary Assistant Harbor Safety Officer - - Auxiliary Assistant Pollution Inspector - - Auxiliary Assistant Pollution Response Specialist - > Additional PQS territories are at present a work in progress and will be announced upon endorsement. Two PQS for Auxiliary support to Regional Examination Centers (RECs) are on this rundown. Any dynamic obligation M capability recorded in MSM, Vol 1, Chapter 7 tallies toward achievement of the AUX M gadget. Cases incorporate : T-Boat Inspector, Commercial Fishing Vessel Examiner, and Barge Inspector Reference : COMDTNOTE 16000 (Change 12 to the MSM, Chapter 7) depicts power for this endorsement.

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Approval of Local PQS Quals Locally-endorsed PQS capability will be acknowledged if the criteria for them are reliable with the affirmed Coast Guard and Auxiliary rundown.

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What is a PQS - and Why? Work force Qualification System = PQS The framework used to institutionalize M-particular preparing & capabilities across the country One o

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