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Home arrow Military Publications – Army Regulations – USAHEC arrow AR 64 U.S. Army Explosives Safety Program. Reference URL. and Ammunition Components AR Malfunctions Involving Ammunition and Explosives AR Military Explosives TM Regulations. Used Washington DC: Dept of Army, March Soft Cover. 2 pages, Good. Item #

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Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management. Executive Director of Explosives Safety. Examples of metrics that may beapplied to safety are rate of accident occurrence, severity and cost, compliance with reporting requirements, correctiveaction tracking mechanism, aar work site walk-through inspections for safety, employee training program, manage-ment solicitation, and use of and feedback of employee ARAP comments.

These are DA accident investigation reports used solely for theprevention of subsequent DA accidents. Note that a line of duty investigation will satisfy this requirement for off-dutyfatalities. Blasting Safety — Revisiting Site Security. Paragraphs 3—28b, 3—29b, and 3—30g 3 by the commander or senior leader of the the group as a committee. Reports will be provided directly to the commander involved and will contain observations,comments, and recommendations for improvements or changes to specific ammunition operations or processes toenhance safety.

Department of Labor, that is nearest to the site of the incident.

Supervisory and operating personnel who direct or affect the actions of others. Accountability for Army accidents a. At a minimum, these actions include, but are not limited to, the following: Investigation and reporting willconform to this regulation and DA Pam — Government, unless specificallyaggravated by current tenure of service. Miscellaneous Unexploded Ordnance Safety Resources. Army Safety, Office of the Chief of Staff,and Ammunition Operations in the Desert.

The initial reviewing official will normally be the commander of the unit involved or thecommander of the supervisor directly responsible for the operation, material, or persons involved in the accident.

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Coordination for such a transfer of authority should include specific agreement on fundingthe cost of the investigation. Materiel developers; acquisition managers; and equipment, process, and facility designers. Appointing authorities will ensure that adequate clerical and administrative support is available to assist in the rapidcompletion of accident investigations.

It provides for public safety ag to Army operations and activities. Adverse reactions resulting directly from the use of drugs under the direction of competent medical authority.

Commanders and directors of Army commands, Army Service component commands, direct reporting zr, fieldoperating agencies, and the Chief, National Guard Bureau. For mishaps involving equipment bailed to anon-DOD organization for modification, maintenance, repair, test, contract training, or experimental project for a DODcomponent, when the Government has assumed ground and flight risk, the Army headquarters that negotiates thecontract for the materiel is the convening authority.

Instituted by all ACOMs. Sample Explosives Safety Continuity Guide. Army Technical Center for Explosives Safety to assist the Office of the Director of Army Safety with developing and maintaining Army explosives safety policy and doctrine para a Exceptions to the above include, but are not limited to, the following: The convening authority is responsible for the safety investigationand reporting, although the equipment may not be under the operational control of the Army. DOD will use its best efforts to seek available appellate review of a court order to release a report.

Evaluating and Managing Construction Blasting Risk. Property damage as a result of vandalism, riots, civil disorders, or felonious acts such as arson. Must be computer literate in common software applications and able to operate general office equipment. Army equipment leased, on bailment, or loaned to contractors, commercial airlines, other Government agencies, orforeign governments, when the lessee has assumed risk of damage or loss. Categories of accident investigation reportsThe Army has two categories of safety accident investigation reports-limited use reports and general use reports.

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CAI board members deployed into a combat zone for Army accident investigation purposes will be attached for alladministrative and logistical support to the highest level of the ACOM having responsibility for theater. Plans willcall for inclusion of public affairs operations.

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Exhibit knowledge and apply fundamental concepts, practices, and procedures of their environmental specialty. Damage to public or private property.

Army Chemical Materials Activity. View in Fullscreen Report. They are the standard DA pamphlet and the informational DA pamphlet.

Strategic planning will determine the organizational direction ra metrics.

Explosive Safety Resources

Individuals from the accountableorganization may be designated as advisers nonvoting to enhance the investigation and reporting of the accident. This regulation applies waivers to this regulation that are consis- ordinate draft publications, and coordinateto the Active Army, the Army National tent with controlling law and regulations. Nonreportable eventsThe following 385-655 are not reportable through safety channels: Develop, implement, and maintain safety and health programs, systems, and procedures.

SB Ammunition Surveillance Procedures. Field safety and health experience in chemical process, chemical agent demilitarization, construction or oil and gas industry. The goal of an explosives safety program is to provide safety guidance, resources, and assistance for leaders to meet the needs of their mission or operation without unnecessary loss of personnel and equipment.