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    U. S. Naval Support Activity (NAVSUPPACT), Naples Italy, is committed to the health and safety of all employees, tenants, families and guests. To protect personnel from occupational
injury or illnesses, NAVSUPPACT Naples implements an aggressive and comprehensive safety program. This program complies with Federal and Italian legislative requirements, the Navy Occupational Safety and Health Program, industry standards, and consensus guidelines.
    Every person onboard NAVSUPPACT Naples is a member of my Safety Team. Managers and supervisors must understand their responsibilities and make safety an intrinsic part of our culture.  All employees shall be provided job safety and health training appropriate to the work they perform.
    All employees, contractors, and visitors aboard NAVSUPPACT Naples are responsible for reporting unsafe or unhealthy working conditions.  All employees have the right to participate in this program.  NAVSUPPACT Naples does not subject its employees to restraint, interference, coercion, discrimination, or reprisal by virtue of their participation in the installation safety program.
    Employees are responsible for accomplishing their work in a manner that assures their own safety and the safety of those working around them.  All personnel shall promptly report any hazard, mishap, or occupational injury/illness to their supervisor.  Military mishaps, on-duty and off-duty must be reported to the chain of command.
    Mishaps and unsafe conditions degrade mission readiness and decrease morale.  I urge everyone to integrate safety into all on-duty and off-duty activities and work processes to
enhance mission readiness.  Make safe operations and work practices part of your daily routine and the expected norm.
Captain, U.S. Navy
Commanding Officer

Last Updated: 17 Jan. 2024 


Occupational Safety and Health Office
Office Location
Capo Admin III
First Floor Room # 153
Phone Numbers

Main Line Calling On Base
626-2414 /// 626-4857
Comm. (+39) 081-5682414 / 081-568-4857
Motorcycle Safety Info's
626-3147 /// 626-4002
Comm. (+39) 081-568-3147 / 081-568-4002

Safety Manager
DSN: 626-4790
Comm.: (+39) 081-568-4790
Duty Cell: 334-600-3173
Mailing Address

Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy
Safety Office
PSC 817 Box 99
FPO AE 09622-0099


Area Orientation

Brand new to NSA Naples?
If you arrive on the Rotator Flight you will receive a mandatory Driving in Italy brief on Day 3 of Indoctrination. This briefing is required training prior to testing for your NATO/SOFA Italian Drivers License (A MUST TO DRIVE A VEHICLE REGISTERED WITH THE BASE). To receive the NATO/SOFA Italian Drivers License you must be on orders, 18 years of age or older, have a valid drivers license from the United States or Other country and successful pass the Motor Vehicle Registration Office Licensing Exam. 

If you do not arrive on the Rotator Flight you must contact the Base Safety Office or the Indoctrination Office to obtain the time and date of the next available training.
Exchange of Information for Traffic Accidents:
By Italian Law, should you have a Traffic Incident, no matter how minor, you are required to exchange insurance information with the other vehicle operator. Base police nor Base ambulance can be dispatched off base to an incident unless requested by the local police. In almost all cases of injuries you will have local police and ambulance arrive at the scene, you can call the Non-Emergency Dispatch number on the Naples Area Contact Card to get in touch with the Base Italian Investigator (India 7). India 7 is on call 24/7 and they speak Italian and English, if they are able, they may respond to the scene to assist. At a minimum they will translate over the phone for you and inform you and the other operator of the required actions. If you need to report to a Police Station off the installation the India 7 will coordinate that appointment and accompany you to the Police Station.

Traffic Safety Facts
  1. One of the biggest causes of injury to Americans here in Naples
  2. The majority of accidents occurs within the first 60 days of living in Naples
New Drivers
  1. Stay in right lane at first, don’t try to hang with the fast drivers
  2. Wear your seat belts, it’s mandatory and will save your life
  3. Put your kids in the child restraint seats, it’s also mandatory
Naples Roads & Freeways
  1. Daylight driving requires lights to be on Autostrada & Tangenziale
  2. Three different stazione chutes: Pay Cash (90 Euro Cents) / ViaCard (Insert Card in Slot, Read, Return) /Telepass (Reads Receiver Inside Windshield - No Delay, Drive Straight Thru)
  3. When it rains or fogs, Italians slow way down – they have the experience
  4. Some older streets are marble based – slick as glass – slow down!
  5. Engineering different from US, curves may not be banked.
Italian Government Serious About DUI
  • BAC limit .05 - For 21 years old and younger BAC limit is .00!
  • The 0.00 limit also applies when you have a driver license from less than 3 years regardless of the age
  1. Report them
  2. If need go to Clinic/Emergency Room
Personal Safety
  1. Keep your valuables out of sight
  2. Don't flash your money
  3. Be aware of Pickpockets
  4. Travel w/buddy
What to Do
  1. Information Sheet
  2. Disposable Camera
  3. Call 081-568-4911

The American Automobile Association's AAA Driver Improvement class is required for all military drivers 26 and under.

Motorcycle Safety Course
To Register:
You may register your Motorcycle but CMVRO will not issue you license plates unless you have:
  1. A valid Stateside License with a motorcycle endorsement
  2. Motorcycle Safety Foundation or State Program Completion Card
  3. Translation License must be stamped Motorcycle Authorized
The motorcycle will remain impounded until these requirements are met.

Recreational and Home Safety
Comprises a large percentage of the total accidents to NSA Personnel

Sports Injuries
Military Injuries Required to report 24/7
Everyone susceptible – Civilian and Military
Gym and Playing Field Sports
Winter Sports, Snow Related – very high rates lately


Traffic and Motorcycle Safety

New to Traffic Risk Assessment(TRiPS)?

Click here to Register in the Travel Risk Planning System

Italy: Traffic Emergency Service
Road Information: You can log onto or to check the road conditions if you are going to be traveling. If you are taking long trips you can also access the TRiP’s program through the Navy or Army Safety Center and conduct a self assessment of your risk level for your trip as well as get a print out of a map of the route which updates roadway construction as well as a by mile/time, step by step, turn by turn print out.

To sign up for one of our motorcycle courses?
     You can click here ESAMS Global Training

Please contact the Safety Office to see if you meet the requirements to register a motorcycle:
  1. A valid Stateside License with a motorcycle endorsement
  2. Motorcycle Safety Foundation or State Program Completion Card
  3. AFI Driver License (translation) with motorcycle endorsement (letter A)
For more information on motorcycle safety and registration visit our FAQ page.
Contact e-mail:

Motorcycle Courses

Scheduled Courses:

Basic Riders Course (Motorcycle Safety Foundation BRC)

09/21-09/23 2022

Advanced Riders Course & Experienced (Motorcycle Safety Foundation ARC & ERC)

Motorcycle training range, Support Site Naples between Commissary and Security.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Military Sport bike Rider Course (MSRC)
To sign up for courses e-mail Traffic Safety Manager: 
DSN: 626-3147 or 626-4002
or enroll yourself on ESAMS
updated 07/27/2022


  1. OPNAV 5100.12H
    Navy Traffic Safety Program- Describes policies and provides guidance for the implementation of a Navy traffic safety program. This instruction has been substantially revised and should be reviewed in its entirety.
  2. OPNAV 3500.39C 
    Operational Risk Management ORM- To establish ORM, in accordance with reference (a), as an integral part of naval operations, training and planning at all levels in order to optimize operational capability, readiness, and enhance mission accomplishment.
  3. OPNAV 5100.23H
    Navosh Program Manual- To affirm the Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program for all Navy personnel and implement the following Department of Defense (DOD) instructions.
  4. OPNAV 5102.1D
    Mishap Investigation and Reporting
  5. NAVSUPPACT 5100.1G 
    Occupational Safety & Health Program
  6. NAVSUPPACT Naples 5100.11B
    Traffic Safety Program - To define updated and uniform procedures for the use of privately owned motor vehicles (POVs), which include: automobiles, pickup trucks, motorcycles, mopeds, trailers, and any other vehicles used for transportation of people or cargo. This is a new instruction and should be reviewd in its entirety.
  7. NAVSUPPACT Naples 10490.1
    Roles and Responsibilities for Material Handling Equipment Training, Licensing and Operation Aboard U.S. NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY, NAPLES                                              
  8. NAVSUPPACT Naples 8020.2B- Ammunition and Explosive Safety - To establish standards for the safe and efficient conduct of ordnance evolutions for U.S. Naval Support Activity (NAVSUPPACT), Naples, Italy 
  9. NAVSUPPACT Naples 5100.6F- Hazardous Material Control and Management Program (HMC&M)
  10. NAVSUPPACT 5100.9B- Awards For Achievement In Safety Ashore
  11. NAVSUPPACT 5100.13- U.S. Naval Support Activity Naples Confined Space Entry Program (NON-MARITIME)
  12. NAVSUPPACT 5100.14A- Local National (LN) Employees First Aid Treatment And On The Job Injury Reporting
  13. NAVSUPPACT 5100.15 A- Motorcycle Mentorship Program (MMP)
  14. NAVSUPPACT Naples 5100.4- Safety Management System- To ensure operational readiness through continuous improvement and risk-based decision-making safety processes and procedures.


  1.  Environmental Protection Agency
  2.  US Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center
  3.  Food and Drug Administration
  4.  Building and Fire Research Laboratory
  5.  Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  6.  Navy Medicine
  7.  Naval Safety Center
  8.  ESAMS
  9.  Defense Logistics Agency Human Resources Site


  1.  What a Federal Employees should do when Injured at Work
  2.  Occupational Safety Health (OSH) Policy Statement
  3.  Navy Employee Report of Unsafe or Unhealthful Working Condition
  4.  HN Employees First Aid and Injury Reporting
  5.  Hazard Report Program (English Version)
  6.  Hazard Report Program (Italian Version)
  7.  Department of Defense Safety and Occupational Health Protection Program



1) Can I schedule a Traffic Safety Brief with the Safety Office in order to obtain a driver's license through the Motor Vehicle Registration Office (MVRO)?

No. The Traffic Safety Brief is conducted as part of the NAVSUPPACT Naples Area Orientation (AO). AO is conducted every other week (the Traffic portion is typically done on Tuesdays ) at the Support Site Theater.

1) How do I purchase a motocycle or moped?
If you are currently residing in Naples, you must complete an MSF course prior to purchasing.

2) When is the next motorcycle class?
You may visit the Traffic Safety section of website for a schedule of classes. 
3) How do I register my motorcycle?
In order to register a motorcycle with the MVRO, the Safety Office must verify that you have a valid driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement and that you possess a valid Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) card. If you are not in possession of an MSF card, then you must complete a class taught by the Safety Office. Additionally, the Safety Office will need the specifications of your motorcycle in order to issue the authorization letter.


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