RMI Reporting

What is RMI?

The Naval Postgraduate School uses the web-based module, Risk Management Information (RMI) to track inspections of NPS spaces, mishaps, and safety related trainings.

All NPS employees and certain students that work in labs which require additional safety training are required to be enrolled into the RMI database. There are required safety related trainings for all NPS personnel.  Many of the trainings may be done online through RMI. Supervisors can use RMI to track training completion of employees as well as assign new training to employees.

1.           Verify user is using the correct URL for RMI-DJRS Production site

RMI Production (Real data) 

RMI Simulator (Training and Testing)

2.   Clarify account being requested is specifically for DJRS use 

3.   Verify user is using a CAC to access RMI and what browser user is using

NOTE: Internet Explorer 11 is the preferred browser, but other web browsers are compatible as well such as Chrome, Edge, and Firefox

4.   After accessing the RMI site, an Air Force Safety Center DoD Disclosure Agreement will appear. User will need to “Accept” the agreement to move forward in the Account Creation process  

5.   A warning screen will appear if you do not have an account. Click “Create Account” to continue

6.   The “Create Account” screen will appear. User will need to input their personal information into each field

7.   Continue to complete the Contact Information

8.   Choose the most applicable Job Function. If one does not exist choose “Other.”

9.   For “Account Information”, user must choose an “Elevated” account along with the Requested Roles: “DJRS: DJRS User” and “Workspace: Applicable Branch of Service.” A response is required for “Applicants Justification for AFSAS Access,” once entered click “Submit Application" 

10.   Advise user the account approval process may take up to 24 hours. 

11.   Once the Account Creation request has been approved, user will receive an email notifying them of the approval and will then be able to see DIVE AND JUMP LOG on the left-hand menu 

User Administrators will be notified via system generated email of the account request and be able to approve the request. To find out your User Admin follow the steps below.

Navigate to ADMIN --> MY ACCOUNT --> USER ADMINISTRATORS to view of list of their User Administrators and contact information

DJRS training material and user guides can be accessed at HELP --> HELP FILES AND USER GUIDES.

If User Administrator for the Organization is not assigned email us  back  assigned at including your incident number in the subject line.


The RMI site log in can be accessed directly by using the following url:

For first time users, the initial User ID is the user’s first name.last name and the last five digits of the social security number (example: john.smith12345); the default password is the last five digits of his/her social security number (example: 12345).

After logging in for the first time, you will be prompted to change your user name and password. It is recommended that users use their full NPS email address as their user name (i.e.:

Note: User IDs are not case sensitive; passwords are case sensitive.

Once logged into RMI, Users can view their training requirements on the “Needed Training” tab under “My Links”

All of the User’s required training is listed along with the date the trainings are due. Many of the trainings are available to take online and Users are welcome to take any online training they would like, even if the training is not required of them.

RMI will automatically email the User if there is any new training added to their training list; and RMI will email reminders if any required trainings are nearing, or are past the due date.

RMI may be used to report any Mishaps or Near Misses. When a report is submitted in RMI, the User’s Supervisor and the Safety Office will be notified and corrective actions will be made to prevent future incidents. 


System Functionality

  • Web-based application
  • Real-time data management
  • Trending reports and graphs
  • Canned safety metric reports Automated e-mail notifications
  • Data Excel downloads to desktop
  • Data transfer to other DoD systems

Safety Applications

  • Mishap reporting
  • Near miss reporting
  • Mishap prevention corrective action tracking
  • Unsafe/unhealthful reporting
  • Deficiency abatement tracking
  • Training statistics and data
  • Self-Assessment review and documentation
  • Customer service surveys
  • Hazard area tracking
  • Equipment tracking
  • Supervisor tools
  • Web Training

Mishap Analysis Reports 

(Administrators can search by year, command type, command, installation and  program. The following is a list of current mishaps fields that have been used for analysis)

  • Injury Type
  • Accident Type
  • Location
  • Activity at time of injury
  • Supervisor  
  • Body Part
  • Job Title
  • Department/Code
  • Cause Code
  • Occurred During
  • Source of Injury 
 On The Horizon 
  • Capture population data by command and installation
  • Calculate summary rates for an installation by command
  • Expanded graphs and charts
  • Expanded mishap data collection
  • Mishap prevention corrective action metrics and statistics