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200415-N-N0443-0003 GULFPORT, Miss. (April 15, 2020) Construction Electrician C-1 Advanced Class 20020 staff and students maintain physical distancing during a pole climbing exercise at Naval Construction Training Center Gulfport, Mississippi, as they follow CDC guidelines to the extent applicable as part of the training center's proactive approach to combat COVID-19. Construction electricians build, maintain and operate power production facilities and electrical distribution systems for naval installations and support the Navy and Marine Corps operational and expeditionary forces worldwide. (U.S. Navy photo)

The Naval Civil Engineer Corps Officers School Environmental Division (N74) offers several online training modules accessible via the DoD Environment, Safety and Occupational Health Network and Information Exchange (DENIX) website. These modules may be viewed at any time convenient to you.

To view these modules, you must have a DoD CAC ID card.

Go to DENIX.

Click on "Login (CAC Only)" located at upper right side of page to get to the secure side. Once you are logged in:
  • Select Training from the menu on the top of the page.
  • Select Naval Civil Engineer Corps Officers School Environmental Training from the dropdown menu.
  • The Online Module selection is located at the bottom of the page. Click on the desired module:
Bird Animal/Aircraft Strike Hazard

ECATTS Environmental Compliance Assessment, Training, & Tracking

DoD Endangered Species Act (ESA) Implementation Course

Systematic Planning Process

Intro to Uniform Federal Policy (UFP)

Uniform Federal Policy QAPP Manager’s Role

EMS General Awareness Modules

Please consult with your installation’s Environmental Management System (EMS) manager or environmental point of contact regarding their preferred method to receive this training. Organizations typically use either ECATTS, TWMS, or in-house training to complete this mandatory requirement per OPNAV policy. The CO/XO EMS General Awareness module is available on your installation’s ECATTS site under “All Available Training.”
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