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Biochemical testing is required for all crewmembers and any other personnel who may have contributed to a Class A,Class B, or Class C aviation accident or on-duty ground Class A or Class B accidents.
Provide logistical support to include equipment to recover wreckage and resources necessary to ship componentsto the appropriate Army depot or lab for teardown analysis and arrange for special transportation such as tacticalvehicles or aircraft, if required to transport the board members to the accident scene. Miscellaneous Unexploded Ordnance Safety Resources.
The explosive safety resources provided come from DoD sources, other public sector sources, and the private sector. Unexploded Ordnance Safety Posters.
These evaluations will not be compliance audits, but rather programmatic assessments to measure theoverall effectiveness of management controls for integrating the Army Safety Program into their business process andmission execution. Evaluating and Managing Construction Blasting Risk. This position is designated as an unescorted access position and is subject to the requirements of the Unescorted Access Program.
If that regulation is not applicable, the proceduresin AR 15—6 for informal investigations will be followed. Compliance issues may be used as a measure of effectiveness but will not be the primary focus ofthe audit.
DA PAM 385–65
Army Material Systems Analysis Activity, 385-6 soforth document the status of the equipment and facility prior to the decision to operate. Read the Text Version.
Strategic planning will determine the organizational direction and metrics. The functional chief representative FCR is a senior civilian designated by the functional chief to serve as his orher principal advisor in matters pertaining to CP management.
Complications of the injury such as theinfection of a cut aggravated by a work-related activity that result in lost time are reportable. The functions of the team are to— 1 Provide the Office of the CSA with recommendations and information involving air and ground equipmentsafety issues.
To aid the DASA ESOH in developing strategic policy and theODASAF in developing and implementing policy and programs, the following councils will be chartered according toAR 15—1 to provide technical advice, participate in program development, and maintain various portions of thisregulation and supporting DA pamphlets.
The installation-level safety manager or the equivalent when an installa-tion safety office does not exist will ensure that the entire accident report is prepared per instructions, and accident dataare analyzed for prevention purposes. Explanation of abbreviations and termsAbbreviations and special terms used in this publication are explained in the glossary. Managers, supervisors, military personnel, andcivilian workers are accountable for preventing accidents and workplace illness, but the ultimate safety of human andmaterial resources is a command responsibility.
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The PMG will— 1 Provide 835-65 supervision over programs for motor vehicle traffic supervision to ensure that each installationproperly integrates 3885-65 traffic supervision program, traffic safety enforcement, and installation efforts to cooperate withtraffic support programs at the state, regional, and national level. Limited use safety accident investigation reports. Mishaps that involve factory new production aircraft prior to the Government accepting risk of damage or loss arereported as contractor mishaps.
Occupational illness to Army military or DA Civilian personnel. The DAS is the proponent for all Army safety publications and is authorized to approveexceptions and waivers to all Army safety publications that are consistent with controlling law and regulations.
Explosive Safety Resources
These collections of best practices from across the Army provideSoldiers and DA Civilian employees with innovative models, examples, and tools to enrich their Army Safety Program. Accident classes are asfollows: Independently determine and develop approaches to solutions.
Before publishing, each best practice 385-655 reviewed and approved by a group of subject matter experts. The safety accident investigation board appointing authority will be as specified in paragraph 3— Tactical Explosives Safety Guide.
Ammunition Operations in the Balkans. Coordination for such a transfer of authority should include specific agreement on fundingthe cost of the investigation.
Information given to a safety investigator pursuant to a promise of confidentiality and any information derivedfrom that information or direct or indirect references to that information. This process is also true for other types of accidents for example, fire, marine, and explosives see DA Pam — Refer to AR 25—30 for specific ble in electronic 358-65 only and intended guidance. Strategic planning will be conducted at least annually in preparation for the coming fiscal year. Army Policy on Captured Enemy Ammunition.
Obtain copies of personnel, xr, and training records to include licensing and qualification records for allpersonnel directly involved in the accident.