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Long., W.M., O’Connor, P., & McCauley M. (2010). Nontechnical skills for Officers of the Deck (NTSOD) rating form: A user’s guide. Monterey, CA: Naval Postgraduate School.
O’Connor, P. & Long, W.M. (2011). The development of a prototype behavioural marker system for U.S. Navy Officers of the Deck. Safety Science,49, 1381-1387.
Primary use / Purpose:
NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS FOR OFFICERS OF THE DECK (NTSOD) RAT
* 1 – Unsatisfactory; 2 – Marginal; 3 – Satisfactory; 4 – Outstanding; N/O – Not Observed
1 – Unsatisfactory: Watchstander could endanger ship and crew without considerable improvement. 2 – Marginal: Watchstander requires improvement.
3 – Satisfactory: Watchstander performed at an acceptable level, but room for improvement exists. 4 – Outstanding: Watchstander performed at a consistently high level.