Welcome to CMC Safety Division's Safety Training page! This is where you can find a collection of Marine Corps, association, and industry resources pertaining to risk mitigation and safety best practices. Visit regularly for frequent updates on training opportunities and safety resources.

Welcome to CMC Safety Division's Safety Training page! This is where you can find a collection of Marine Corps, association, and industry resources pertaining to risk mitigation and safety best practices. Visit regularly for frequent updates on training opportunities and safety resources.

RMI SIR Training

Risk management information (RMI) streamlined incident reporting (SIR) is scheduled for release throughout the naval enterprise on 31 august 2020. Over the next several months (May - August), the naval safety center will provide RMI SIR familiarization training via 41 scheduled online sessions. See the RMI SIR page for course dates and information.


All personnel appointed as Ground Safety Officers/Ground Safety Managers are required to complete the Ground Safety for Marines (GSM) course within 90 days of assignment. For information on GSM including training locations, dates, and enrollment procedures, click here.


MarineNet offers a collection of tactical, professional, cultural, and other workforce-related training materials to USMC active duty and civilian personnel. Among the available catalog are a series of safety courses pertinent to Marines and other safety professionals.

Students can register for courses at  Enter the course name, key words, or course code in the search bar to find a course.  For best results, enter the course/curriculum code.  For example, if you are looking for "Risk Management for Small Unit Leaders," search for course code SDRMGTSUL0.  If you do not currently have a MarineNet account, you can request an account via the MarineNet website.

Follow this link to log onto MarineNet


The Naval Safety & Environmental Training Center provides safety and environmental training to military and civilian Navy and Marine Corps personnel worldwide. All Navy and Marine Corps personnel who meet course prerequisites may register. This allows for a more efficient management and utilization of scheduled courses.

Quotas for Naval Safety & Environmental Training Center (NAVSAFENVTRACEN) courses must be requested using the Enterprise Navy Training Reservation System (eNTRS) web application within CeTARS. Quotas for NAVSAFENVTRACEN courses are granted by Central Quota Control (CQC), Training Support Center Hampton Roads, on a first come, first served and fair share quota basis.

Navy and Marine Corps personnel who meet course prerequisites may register for a course at any time. If unable to access the eNTRS website, contact CQC via email at to request a quota. If further assistance is required, CQC may be reached by phone at (757) 445-7353, option 3.


The Ground Mishap Investigation Course (GMIC) is designed to aid Battalion/Squadron level personnel assigned as safety officers or safety managers as well as civilian Safety & Occupational Health (SOH) practitioners in closing a skills gap of root cause analysis techniques. For all leaders, the goal is to enhance risk management strategies through effective mishap analysis, hazard identification, hazard abatement, and increased hazard reporting. This 40-hour course incorporates the use of a “real-world” mishap case study that challenges each attendee’s critical thinking and problem solving skills in an experiential learning environment for the adult learner.

Target audience
Active duty personnel assigned in writing as the unit Safety Officer/Manager (E6 to O5), High Risk Training Safety Officer (HRTSO), or Aviation Safety Officer (ASO). DoD Civilians in the SOH Community of Interest (GS-0017, 0018, 0019, 0690, and 0803) assigned to a position that requires skills to conduct hazard analysis or advise safety investigators as a subject matter expert.

Registration information
Personnel who wish to attend this course must contact the Host command POCs listed on the schedule below.

Course Documentation



Curriculum description
The Driver's Awareness Training curriculum is offered on MarineNet and consists of seven (7) courses covering defensive driving, distracted driving, collision avoidance, emergency situations, safe backing, and urban driving skills. Courses in this curriculum are intended to provide awareness of safe driving skills in most on- or off-duty situations. Courses may be taken in any order, but all of them must be successfully completed to get credit for the curriculum. When used in conjunction with a locally supported driver’s orientation course, this 4-hour curriculum fulfills the requirement to complete driver’s awareness training, familiarizing Marines with known driving hazards, and orientating them to known regional area traffic safety procedures and hazards.

Target audience
Registration for this curriculum is restricted to active duty or Reserve Marines under age 26.

Training Curriculum
Driver's Awareness Training Curriculum (CMCSDDAT01) available on MarineNet.


The Marine Corps is striving to improve the motorcycle mishap rate by ensuring all Marines have the appropriate motorcycle training. In reference to MARADMIN 707/08, all marines must take the Basic RiderCourseSM (BRC) as well as either the Experienced RiderCourseSM (ERC) for non-sportbike riders or the Military SportBike RiderCourseSM (MSRC) for sportbike riders. The ERC or MSRC should be taken within 120 days of completing the BRC. Marines should consider signing up for these courses as early as possible to avoid possible waiting lists.

Motorcycle Training Resources & Links

Beyond the information and resources offered through CMC(SD), the division recommends the following resources to enhance rider knowledge and capability:

For more information please contact your local safety office or unit safety representative.

Motorcycle Safety Awareness

More information coming soon!



School of Aviation Safety  – The School of Aviation Safety educates aviation officers to identify hazards, manage risks, investigate and report hazards and mishaps, and develop and administer command safety programs. Courses include C-4J-3302 for Aviation Safety Officer (ASO) training and C-4J-3301 for Aviation Safety Command (ASC) training. Additional course descriptions and course schedules are available on the site.

Prior to registering for the ASO or ASC Course, complete and submit the appropriate form.


Aviation Survival Training Center  The Naval Survival Training Institute (NSTI) is a component of the Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC) based in Pensacola, Florida.  NSTI consists of a headquarters element and eight Aviation Survival Training Centers (ASTCs).  The mission of NSTI is to provide safe, effective, and relevant aviation survival and human performance training.  A course catalog, the training calendar, and ASTC locations can be found on the site.



The following Ground Safety training courses (course code) are available on MarineNet:

Range Safety

  • Range Safety (RTAMRSOCAA)

Risk Management

  • USMC Civilians (SDRMGTCIV0)
  • Private-Lance Corporal (SDRMGTE130)
  • Senior Leaders (SDRMGTSEN0)
  • Small Unit Leaders (SDRMGTSUL0)

Ground Training Resources

Safety & Occupational Health

SOH Courses on MarineNet

Skillsoft safety courses formerly available on MarineNet are available on the Skillsoft LMS (Skillport). There is a link on MarineNet to the Skillport 8 LMS. Once on the Skillport LMS, enter the applicable safety topic in the Search field to see what courses are available. Below is a list of some of the available topics/courses:

  • Electrical Safety
  • PPE: Personal Protective Equipment
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness
  • Back Safety and Injury Prevention
  • Fire Safety and Prevention
  • Fall Protection
  • Hazard Communication: An Employee’s Right to Understand
  • Confined Spaces
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Forklift Safety Awareness
  • Hand and Power Tool Safety
  • Indoor Hoisting and Rigging
  • Job Hazard Analysis
  • Office Safety
  • Regulatory Information
  • Slips, Trips, and Falls
  • Workplace Safety Orientation
  • Injury and Illness Prevention Program

NOTE: Content on the Skillport LMS is hosted and tracked by Skillsoft. Currently there is no connection between Skillport course completions and MarineNet, MCTFS, or MCTIMS.

SOH Community of Interest (COI) Resources is now LinkedIn Learning. All Lynda accounts have been migrated to LinkedIn Learning where users can continue taking training classes. However, LinkedIn is currently blocked on MCEN so users will have to access their classes on a non-MCEN computer or personal device. M&RA is working with Cyber Command to resolve the issue (no timeline as yet).

ESAMS – The Enterprise Safety Management System (ESAMS) offers web-based safety awareness training and also serves as the registration portal for global training at some installations.

SOH Training Resources