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Do you believe a higher operational tempo worldwide is contributing to more accidents at sea?


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  1. 1. Do you believe a higher operational tempo worldwide is contributing to more accidents at sea?

    • Yes
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    • No
      42


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Guest Dondada

No!!! our operational tempo has not changed that much. We are now doing more or maintaining operstional commitment with few/less number of Sailors. Hence, contributing to  accidents as a result of fatigue.

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For clarification purposes:

Definition of "operational tempo" or Optempo

  • Operational: Your mission (includes service, training, or administrative aspects of your mission.) 
  • Tempo: The rate
  • Optempo: The rate at which you are assigned and engaged in missions.
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