FLOTILLA MEETING TRAINING MS PREVENTION OUTREACH SPECIALIST &

FLOTILLA MEETING TRAINING MS PREVENTION OUTREACH SPECIALIST &

FLOTILLA MEETING TRAINING MS PREVENTION OUTREACH SPECIALIST & OTHER MS PROGRAMS Compiled by Scott T. Simmons, ADSO-MT and Robert E. Holm, DSO-MT District 11SR 1/10/13 Reviewed by: James Haas, DSO-MS Kim Castrobran, DDC-P 1 U.S. COAST GUARD AUXILIARY NATIONAL PREVENTION DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT(partial) The USCG Auxiliary's Prevention Department is responsible for the planning and administration of Auxiliary programs to support and augment the United States Coast Guard's Prevention Directorate. As such, we assist and augment the Coast Guard's vital role as the nation's guardian agency ensuring the safety and environmental protection of our nation's precious waterway resources. 2 MARINE SAFETY IS PREVENTION TO PROTECT MAN FROM THE SEA Vessel Inspection Programs TO PROTECT THE SEA FROM MANEnvironmental Programs 3 MARINE SAFETY DIVISION OVERVIEW The following are part of the Marine Safety Division:

Prevention Outreach (CGAUX) Commercial Vessel Activities (CG) Port & Facility Activities (CG) We are going to focus on the CGAUX program because it does not require access to a port or certification by the Coast Guard. This AUXMEES certification (Prevention Outreach) applies to every area of our District and is associated with Environmental Protection and Public Education a key focus of CGAUX 4 Focus on the Auxiliary Prevention Outreach Specialist Program Purpose: Auxiliary Prevention Outreach Specialists provide short duration seminars on selected Marine Environmental Protection, Sea Partners and Americas Waterway Watch topics to a wide range of audiences. audiences 5 HOW TO GET STARTED Determine which program you would like to participate in and if that program is supported in your Sector. Contact the ASC (Aux Sector Coordinator) through the Chain of Leadership, starting with your FSOMS. For Aux Marine Safety and Environmental programs, go to the Training Compendium located at this link: http://www.d11s.org/documents/dso-mt/ member_training_compendium.xls Scroll down to CERTIFICATION and then look for the MS courses Each link will take you to a program information web page complete with details on study guides and PQS requirements. 6 MT COMPENDIUM CERTIFICATION SECTION SUBJECT

COURSE TITLE CERTIFICATION Coast Guard Auxiliary On-Line Classroom BCCREW boat crew BCCOX boat coxswain PWC OPERATOR Personal Watercraft Operator OPS/POLICY Operations Policy Manual NAV RULES 70 coxswain certification NAV RULES EXAM NAV RULES 95 coxswain recertification Nav Rules Exam ICS 100,200,700, 800 ICS programed courses & exams (FEMA) ICS 210 Incident Command Course for certain specialties OPS/MENTOR Operations Mentor Workshop power point (D11s) TCO Telecommunications Operator AV/NS ATON verifier IT Instructor VE vessel examiner PV RBS boating safety Program Visitor APC Administrative Procedures Course MSTR MS Training Ribbon IS5.a Introduction to Hazardous Materials GOODMATE Goodmate Course IMSEP Intro to Marine Safety & Environmental Protection AUX MEES Prevention Outreach Specialist AUX MSAM Administrative & Management Specialist

Discipline CREDITS NOTES PRE-REQUISITES MANUAL EXAM PQS PPT http://classroom.cgaux.org/moodle/ "New NTC" http://ntc.cgaux.org/ OPS 2 year completion TCT/BSS/ics100,700 L21 none L22 none OPS 2 year completion crew +ICS 200,800,210/Nav Rules/Ops Policy L21 none L20 none OPS L40 none OPS L23 L2 none none OPS need an QE proctor (test hard copy or on-line) L2 none none OPS on-line exam - no proctor L2 none none

NIMS/FEMA L4 L4 none none OPS ICS 100 & 200 none none boat crew or coxswain none L41 OPS AUXCOM desired 2 year completion required many none L32 L1 NS ICS100 & ICS700, 8 hour TCT, BQ status L33 none L37 L36 RBS L12 L2 xxx none RBS http://vdept.cgaux.org/JobAidFiles/VSC_Man L2 xxx none RBS L5 L2 xxx none ADMIN required to hold elective office or credit for AUXFLC L26

L2 none none MS GOODMATE / IMSEP / ICS 100, 200, 700, 800, 210 or 300 & 1 MS PQS none none MS PQS none MS/FEMA none L3 L3 none none MS none L8 L2 none none MS none L7 L2 none none MS IT (instructor), GOODMATE / IMSEP L9 none L29 none MS GOODMATE / IMSEP / ICS 100, 200, 700, 800, 210 or 300, APC or AUXLAMS L10 none L28 none 7 7 Auxiliary Prevention Outreach Specialist

(Previously Marine Environmental Education Specialist) Performance Qualification Standard (AUXMEES) Completion of online courses: 1. Introduction to Marine Safety and Environmental Protection (IMSEP) 2. Good Mate Course 3. Hazardous Materials: A Citizens Guide, FEMA EMI course IS-5a 4. Hold current USCG Auxiliary Instructor Training (IT) qualification Completion of PQS Workbook. Successful completion of oral board. Designation Letter submitted for approval. Once Designation Letter is signed, enter certification in AUXDATA. 8 RECORD OF MAJOR TASKS COMPLETED Task Number Major Tasks 1.0 Knowledge of pollution issues 2.0 Knowledge of laws and regulations and the Coast Guards role in pollution prevention 3.0 Maritime Transportation Security Act 4.0 Americas Waterways Watch 5.0 Practical application

9 EARN THE MARINE SAFETY RIBBON ICS 100, 200, 210 OR 300, 700, 800, IS5a GOOD MATE COURSE INTRODUCTION TO MARINE SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (IMSEP) COMPLETE ONE MARINE SAFETY QUALIFICATION STANDARD (PQS) e.g. AUXMEES PQS 10 EARN THE MARINE SAFETY RIBBON From the MT Compendium SUBJECT COURSE TITLE CERTIFICATION Coast Guard Auxiliary On-Line Classroom BCCREW boat crew BCCOX boat coxswain PWC OPERATOR Personal Watercraft Operator OPS/POLICY Operations Policy Manual NAV RULES 70 coxswain certification NAV RULES EXAM NAV RULES 95

coxswain recertification Nav Rules Exam ICS 100,200,700, 800 ICS programed courses & exams (FEMA) ICS 210 Incident Command Course for certain specialties OPS/MENTOR Operations Mentor Workshop power point (D11s) TCO Telecommunications Operator AV/NS ATON verifier IT Instructor VE vessel examiner PV RBS boating safety Program Visitor APC Administrative Procedures Course MSTR MS Training Ribbon IS5.a Introduction to Hazardous Materials GOODMATE Goodmate Course IMSEP Intro to Marine Safety & Environmental Protection AUX MEES Prevention Outreach Specialist AUX MSAM Administrative & Management Specialist Discipline CREDITS NOTES PRE-REQUISITES MANUAL EXAM PQS PPT http://classroom.cgaux.org/moodle/ "New NTC" http://ntc.cgaux.org/ OPS 2 year completion

TCT/BSS/ics100,700 L21 none L22 none OPS 2 year completion crew +ICS 200,800,210/Nav Rules/Ops Policy L21 none L20 none OPS L40 none OPS L23 L2 none none OPS need an QE proctor (test hard copy or on-line) L2 none none OPS on-line exam - no proctor L2 none none NIMS/FEMA L4 L4 none none OPS ICS 100 & 200 none none boat crew or coxswain none L41

OPS AUXCOM desired 2 year completion required many none L32 L1 NS ICS100 & ICS700, 8 hour TCT, BQ status L33 none L37 L36 RBS L12 L2 xxx none RBS http://vdept.cgaux.org/JobAidFiles/VSC_Ma L2 xxx none RBS L5 L2 xxx none ADMIN required to hold elective office or credit for AUXFLC L26 L2 none none MS GOODMATE / IMSEP / ICS 100, 200, 700, 800, 210 or 300 & 1 MS PQS none none MS PQS none MS/FEMA none L3 L3 none

none MS none L8 L2 none none MS none L7 L2 none none MS IT (instructor), GOODMATE / IMSEP L9 none L29 none MS GOODMATE / IMSEP / ICS 100, 200, 700, 800, 210 or 300, APC or AUXLAMS L10 none L28 none 11 OTHER PROGRAMS IN MARINE SAFETY SUBJECT COURSE TITLE CERTIFICATION Coast Guard Auxiliary On-Line Classroom BCCREW boat crew BCCOX boat coxswain PWC OPERATOR Personal Watercraft Operator OPS/POLICY Operations Policy Manual NAV RULES 70 coxswain certification NAV RULES EXAM NAV RULES 95

coxswain recertification Nav Rules Exam ICS 100,200,700, 800 ICS programed courses & exams (FEMA) ICS 210 Incident Command Course for certain specialties OPS/MENTOR Operations Mentor Workshop power point (D11s) TCO Telecommunications Operator AV/NS ATON verifier IT Instructor VE vessel examiner PV RBS boating safety Program Visitor APC Administrative Procedures Course MSTR MS Training Ribbon IS5.a Introduction to Hazardous Materials GOODMATE Goodmate Course IMSEP Intro to Marine Safety & Environmental Protection AUX MEES Prevention Outreach Specialist AUX MSAM Administrative & Management Specialist Discipline CREDITS NOTES PRE-REQUISITES MANUAL EXAM PQS PPT http://classroom.cgaux.org/moodle/ "New NTC" http://ntc.cgaux.org/ OPS 2 year completion

TCT/BSS/ics100,700 L21 none L22 none OPS 2 year completion crew +ICS 200,800,210/Nav Rules/Ops Policy L21 none L20 none OPS L40 none OPS L23 L2 none none OPS need an QE proctor (test hard copy or on-line) L2 none none OPS on-line exam - no proctor L2 none none NIMS/FEMA L4 L4 none none OPS ICS 100 & 200 none none boat crew or coxswain none L41

OPS AUXCOM desired 2 year completion required many none L32 L1 NS ICS100 & ICS700, 8 hour TCT, BQ status L33 none L37 L36 RBS L12 L2 xxx none RBS http://vdept.cgaux.org/JobAidFiles/VSC_Ma L2 xxx none RBS L5 L2 xxx none ADMIN required to hold elective office or credit for AUXFLC L26 L2 none none MS GOODMATE / IMSEP / ICS 100, 200, 700, 800, 210 or 300 & 1 MS PQS none none MS PQS none MS/FEMA none L3 L3 none

none MS none L8 L2 none none MS none L7 L2 none none MS IT (instructor), GOODMATE / IMSEP L9 none L29 none MS GOODMATE / IMSEP / ICS 100, 200, 700, 800, 210 or 300, APC or AUXLAMS L10 none L28 none In addition to the programs listed above there are Direct Augmentation programs Collectively known as TRIDENT 12 Trident program The Auxiliary Marine Safety Professional (Trident) device is awarded in recognition of the dedication and professionalism of Auxiliarists involved in support of the Coast Guards Marine Safety and Environmental

Protection missions. 13 Some of the direct augmentation missions (Trident) Aux MSAM-Marine Safety Administration and Management Specialist Assistant Life Raft Inspector Commercial Fishing Vessel Inspector Assistant Investigating Officer Assistant Container Inspector Assistant Facility Inspector Assistant Port State Inspector Assistant Domestic Inspector 14 Direct CG Augmentation (TRIDENT) Port and Facility Activities Port Facility Inspections Container Inspections Marine Safety oriented MOM patrols Regional Exam Center Support Maritime Domain Awareness Commercial Vessel Activities Inspected Commercial Vessels Foreign Flagged Vessels Domestic Vessels (i.e. TBoat, K-Boat, passenger, cargo, tanker) Uninspected Vessel Activities

Uninspected Tow Vessels Commercial Fishing Vessels 15 Augmenting Marine Safety Missions performed only by Auxiliarist Assistant Contingency Planner Maritime Domain Awareness Inspectors (not currently a Trident program Sector LA/LB only) Uninspected Passenger Vessel Examiners (UPV) 16 NATIONAL PREVENTION DEPARTMENT Website: www.pdept.cgaux.org DISTRICT 11 SR MARINE SAFETY Website: http://www.d11s.org/modules/office.mod.php?office=DSO-MS GREAT INFORMATION AND ANSWERS TO ALL YOUR QUESTIONS. 17 END OF PRESENTATION 18

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