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Executive Summary

1. Wing Safety office conducted an assessment of the units Mishap Prevention program to evaluate its compliance with regulatory requirements according to United States Law, applicable Department of Defense, Air Force and Air National Guard codes.

2. Assessment Overview: The goal of the assessment is to identify gaps in the unit Commanders Mishap Reduction Program that exposes the unit’s personnel and Commander unnecessary risk. It should be used to provide unit leadership areas requiring additional resources and support from the Wing Safety office. This assessment is required by Public Law, DOD Requirements, and Air Force Instructions.

3. The Wing Safety office will track all program deficiencies using iAuditor to closure. Supervisors and USR's are responsible for updating all deficiencies in their section via iAuditor. Status updates are required every 30 days from supervisors and USR's. Instructions for supervisors to use iAuditor are loaded on Safety SharePoint. All identified deficiencies are in the following report.

4. Please direct any questions regarding this report to the Wing Safety office.

DEFICIENCY: A validated deficiency assessed as CRITICAL, SIGNIFICANT, or MINOR.

CRITICAL: Any deficiency that results or could result in widespread negative mission impact or failure.

SIGNIFICANT: A validated deficiency that has or could have negative mission impact.

MINOR: A validated deficiency that does not meet the definition of a Critical or Significant Deficiency but requires corrective action.

OBSERVATION: General statement made by inspector regarding a process, inspection item or area of interest.

RECOMMENDED IMPROVEMENT AREA (RIA): An identified process, product, or capability which could be improved by a suggested course of action.

The Units mishap prevention program conformance and effectiveness under the systemic processes of the AFSMS is:

Commander's Support of Safety

Unit Supervisor's Support of Safety

Weapons Safety Program Score
Squadron Flight Safety Officer's Score

Safety Program Recommendations:

In-Brief Date/ Time

In-Brief Attendees (Rank, Name, Unit)

Open Inspection Findings

Inspection Comments (Optional)

Open Hazards (Hazard Abatement Log)

Hazard Abatement Comments

FY Mishap Trends (Past Year - Current Year)

Mishap Trend Comments (Optional)

Compliance with Program Directives

This is a program assessment of:
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Job Safety Training Outline (JSTO)
JSTO is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

29 CFR 1910.132, Personal Protective Equipment General Requirements https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.132

29 CFR 1910 Subpart I, Personal Protective Equipment

Work center JSTO

Work Center:

Has work center/shop supervisor created a work center-specific JSTO based on AFI 91-202 and OSHA requirements? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.7. 29 CFR 1960.59(a)
Select Cause:

1960.59(a)
Each agency shall provide appropriate safety and health training for employees including specialized job safety and health training appropriate to the work performed by the employee, for example: Clerical; printing; welding; crane operation; chemical analysis, and computer operations. Such training also shall inform employees of the agency occupational safety and health program, with emphasis on their rights and responsibilities.
1960.59(b)
Occupational safety and health training for employees of the agency who are representatives of employee groups, such as labor organizations which are recognized by the agency, shall include both introductory and specialized courses and materials that will enable such groups to function appropriately in ensuring safe and healthful working conditions and practices in the workplace and enable them to effectively assist in conducting workplace safety and health inspections. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to alter training provisions provided by law, Executive Order, or collective bargaining arrangements

1.6.28.7. Develop a work center-specific JSTO based on paragraph 14.1 on safety, fire protection/prevention and health requirements. (T-0) Documents will be maintained and centrally located, readily available to supervisor and individual. (T-0) The mandatory items can be documented as one item, i.e., course code for JSTO mandatory training. Job specific items and any additional training identified in a BE survey will be documented individually, as appropriate. (T-0)

Has work center/shop supervisor provided and documented safety training to all newly assigned individuals (i.e., PCS, PCA or work center change to include deployment) on the hazards of their job before they start work and immediately when there is a change in equipment, processes, work environment or safety, fire and health requirements? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.1. 29 CFR 1960.59(a)
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1960.59(a)
Each agency shall provide appropriate safety and health training for employees including specialized job safety and health training appropriate to the work performed by the employee, for example: Clerical; printing; welding; crane operation; chemical analysis, and computer operations. Such training also shall inform employees of the agency occupational safety and health program, with emphasis on their rights and responsibilities.
1960.59(b)
Occupational safety and health training for employees of the agency who are representatives of employee groups, such as labor organizations which are recognized by the agency, shall include both introductory and specialized courses and materials that will enable such groups to function appropriately in ensuring safe and healthful working conditions and practices in the workplace and enable them to effectively assist in conducting workplace safety and health inspections. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to alter training provisions provided by law, Executive Order, or collective bargaining arrangements

14.1.1. Training Requirements. Supervisors will provide and document safety training to all newly assigned individuals (i.e., PCS, PCA or work center change to include deployment) on the hazards of their job before they start work and immediately when there is a change in equipment, processes, work environment or safety, fire and health requirements. Refresher training will be conducted and documented when employees demonstrate a lack of understanding of their required safety responsibilities or training such as is called for in AFMAN 91-203, Chapter 21, Hazardous Energy Control, has a specified frequency for recurrence. (T-1)

Is the JSTO maintained and centrally located so that it is readily available to the supervisor and the individual? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.7.
Select Cause:

1.6.28.7. Develop a work center-specific JSTO based on paragraph 14.1 on safety, fire protection/prevention and health requirements. (T-0) Documents will be maintained and centrally located, readily available to supervisor and individual. (T-0) The mandatory items can be documented as one item, i.e., course code for JSTO mandatory training. Job specific items and any additional training identified in a BE survey will be documented individually, as appropriate. (T-0)

Has the JSTO been reviewed by the supervisor at least annually and does the review documentation include the date of the review and name of the person conducting the review? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.1.1.
Select Cause:

14.1.1.1. Supervisors will review and update the JSTO annually and/or when there is a change in equipment, processes or safety, fire and health requirements, to include procedural input as a result of a completed JHA. JSTO reviews will be accomplished by the supervisor and documented with the date of review and the person conducting the review. Safety, fire protection and health personnel will provide technical assistance to supervisors in developing a training outline to meet AFI/AFOSH requirements. JSTOs will be reviewed by safety inspectors during the scheduled safety assessment. (T-1)

Does the work center JSTO describe specific hazards of the job such as crushing hazards, burn hazards, chemical exposure, ladder use and falls and describe the hierarchal controls used to reduce potential hazards of the workplace? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.1.
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14.1.2. Mandatory Items. The Job Safety Training Outline will be developed and used by supervisors to instruct all employees on work place specific hazards upon initial assignment and when work conditions or tasks change. The items below are mandatory, minimum topics the supervisor must ensure their employees receive training on prior to performing tasks in the work center. Topics addressed by other sources can be directly referenced in the JSTO to prevent redundancy and still adequately cover the required topics. Document training as specified in paragraph 1.6.27.7.1 Deployed and installation commanders may dictate more stringent requirements. (T-1)

14.1.2.1. Describe hazards of the job that apply to their work place. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.1. Specific hazards such as crushing hazards, burn hazards, chemical exposure, ladder use and falls, etc.
14.1.2.1.2. Hazards in the work environment such as flight line issues, weather hazards, loud noises in the shop, etc.
14.1.2.1.3. Applicable safety guidance such as TOs, job guides, JHAs, manufacturer’s instructions, etc.
14.1.2.1.4. Describe hierarchal controls used to reduce hazard potential of these work place hazards IAW the following concepts (Refer to AFMAN 48-146 and AFPAM 90-803 for additional and detailed guidance):
14.1.2.1.4.1. Elimination. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.2. Engineering controls. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.3. Substitution.(T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.4. Administrative controls. (T-1)

Does the JSTO describe hazards in the work environment such as flight line issues, weather hazards or loud noises in the shop and describe the hierarchal controls used to reduce potential hazards of the workplace? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.1.2.
Select Cause:

14.1.2. Mandatory Items. The Job Safety Training Outline will be developed and used by supervisors to instruct all employees on work place specific hazards upon initial assignment and when work conditions or tasks change. The items below are mandatory, minimum topics the supervisor must ensure their employees receive training on prior to performing tasks in the work center. Topics addressed by other sources can be directly referenced in the JSTO to prevent redundancy and still adequately cover the required topics. Document training as specified in paragraph 1.6.27.7.1 Deployed and installation commanders may dictate more stringent requirements. (T-1)

14.1.2.1. Describe hazards of the job that apply to their work place. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.1. Specific hazards such as crushing hazards, burn hazards, chemical exposure, ladder use and falls, etc.
14.1.2.1.2. Hazards in the work environment such as flight line issues, weather hazards, loud noises in the shop, etc.
14.1.2.1.3. Applicable safety guidance such as TOs, job guides, JHAs, manufacturer’s instructions, etc.
14.1.2.1.4. Describe hierarchal controls used to reduce hazard potential of these work place hazards IAW the following concepts (Refer to AFMAN 48-146 and AFPAM 90-803 for additional and detailed guidance):
14.1.2.1.4.1. Elimination. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.2. Engineering controls. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.3. Substitution.(T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.4. Administrative controls. (T-1)

Does the JSTO describe applicable safety guidance such as TO's, job guides, JHA's, manufacturer's instructions, etc.? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.1.3.
Select Cause:

14.1.2. Mandatory Items. The Job Safety Training Outline will be developed and used by supervisors to instruct all employees on work place specific hazards upon initial assignment and when work conditions or tasks change. The items below are mandatory, minimum topics the supervisor must ensure their employees receive training on prior to performing tasks in the work center. Topics addressed by other sources can be directly referenced in the JSTO to prevent redundancy and still adequately cover the required topics. Document training as specified in paragraph 1.6.27.7.1 Deployed and installation commanders may dictate more stringent requirements. (T-1)

14.1.2.1. Describe hazards of the job that apply to their work place. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.1. Specific hazards such as crushing hazards, burn hazards, chemical exposure, ladder use and falls, etc.
14.1.2.1.2. Hazards in the work environment such as flight line issues, weather hazards, loud noises in the shop, etc.
14.1.2.1.3. Applicable safety guidance such as TOs, job guides, JHAs, manufacturer’s instructions, etc.
14.1.2.1.4. Describe hierarchal controls used to reduce hazard potential of these work place hazards IAW the following concepts (Refer to AFMAN 48-146 and AFPAM 90-803 for additional and detailed guidance):
14.1.2.1.4.1. Elimination. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.2. Engineering controls. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.3. Substitution.(T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.4. Administrative controls. (T-1)

Does the JSTO describe and provide training for required use of PPE as determined by work place Risk Assessments, TO's, job orders or instructions, or recommendations from the safety office and BE? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.2. 29 CFR 1910.132(f)
Select Cause:

1910.132(f)
Training.
1910.132(f)(1)
The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE. Each such employee shall be trained to know at least the following:
1910.132(f)(1)(i)
When PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(ii)
What PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(iii)
How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE;
1910.132(f)(1)(iv)
The limitations of the PPE; and,
1910.132(f)(1)(v)
The proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE

14.1.2.2. Required use of PPE as determined by a JHA, requirements directed by TO, job order or instruction, recommendations from the safety office and BE.
14.1.2.2.1. Training must include donning, doffing, cleaning, maintaining, storing and disposal of PPE.
14.1.2.2.2. Personnel who wear contact lens or have medical conditions or take medications that may affect the use or wear of PPE will be reminded that they must notify their supervisor immediately. (See paragraph 1.6.29.1).

Does the JSTO describe the requirements for reporting unsafe equipment, conditions or procedures to the supervisor immediately and that this can be done without fear of retaliation? Shall include purpose and location of the AF Form 457 and purpose and means to access the ASAP Process. AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.4. 29 CFR 1960.28
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1960.28(a)
The purpose of employee reports is to inform agencies of the existence of, or potential for, unsafe or unhealthful working conditions. A report under this part is not a grievance.
1960.28(b)
This section provides guidance in establishing a channel of communication between agency employees and those with responsibilities for safety and health matters, e.g., their supervisor, the agency safety and health officials, safety and health committees, safety and health inspectors, the head of the agency, or the Secretary. These channels of communication are intended to assure prompt analysis and response to reports of unsafe or unhealthful working conditions in accordance with the requirements of Executive Order 12196. Since many safety and health problems can be eliminated as soon as they are identified, the existence of a formal channel of communication shall not preclude immediate corrective action by an employee's supervisor in response to oral reports of unsafe or unhealthful working conditions where such action is possible. Nor should an employee be required to await the outcome of such an oral report before filing a written report pursuant to the provisions of this section.

14.1.2.4. Requirements for reporting unsafe equipment, conditions or procedures to supervisor immediately. Procedures must include notification to employees that reporting unsafe conditions or work related injury or illnesses can be reported without fear of retaliation. (T-0)
14.1.2.4.1. Purpose and location of AF Form 457, USAF Hazard Report. (T-1)
14.1.2.4.2. Purpose and means to access the ASAP process. (T-1)

Does JSTO cover work centers emergency action plans? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.3. 29 CFR 1910.38(c)
Select Cause:

1910.38(a)
Application. An employer must have an emergency action plan whenever an OSHA standard in this part requires one. The requirements in this section apply to each such emergency action plan.
1910.38(b)
Written and oral emergency action plans. An emergency action plan must be in writing, kept in the workplace, and available to employees for review. However, an employer with 10 or fewer employees may communicate the plan orally to employees.
1910.38(c)
Minimum elements of an emergency action plan. An emergency action plan must include at a minimum:
1910.38(c)(1)
Procedures for reporting a fire or other emergency;
1910.38(c)(2)
Procedures for emergency evacuation, including type of evacuation and exit route assignments;
1910.38(c)(3)
Procedures to be followed by employees who remain to operate critical plant operations before they evacuate;
1910.38(c)(4)
Procedures to account for all employees after evacuation;
1910.38(c)(5)
Procedures to be followed by employees performing rescue or medical duties; and
1910.38(c)(6)
The name or job title of every employee who may be contacted by employees who need more information about the plan or an explanation of their duties under the plan.
1910.38(d)
Employee alarm system. An employer must have and maintain an employee alarm system. The employee alarm system must use a distinctive signal for each purpose and comply with the requirements in § 1910.165.
1910.38(e)
Training. An employer must designate and train employees to assist in a safe and orderly evacuation of other employees.
1910.38(f)
Review of emergency action plan. An employer must review the emergency action plan with each employee covered by the plan:
1910.38(f)(1)
When the plan is developed or the employee is assigned initially to a job;
1910.38(f)(2)
When the employee's responsibilities under the plan change; and
1910.38(f)(3)
When the plan is changed.

14.1.2.3. Emergency action and fire prevention plans applicable to the work place; refer to emergency management plans for additional information. Location and use of emergency and fire protection equipment (i.e. alarms, AEDs and extinguishers) will also be addressed. (T-1)

Does JSTO cover work centers fire prevention plan to include the location and use of fire protection equipment such as alarms, AEDs, and fire extinguishers AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.3. 29 CFR 1910.39(d)
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1910.39(a)
Application. An employer must have a fire prevention plan when an OSHA standard in this part requires one. The requirements in this section apply to each such fire prevention plan.
1910.39(b)
Written and oral fire prevention plans. A fire prevention plan must be in writing, be kept in the workplace, and be made available to employees for review. However, an employer with 10 or fewer employees may communicate the plan orally to employees.
1910.39(c)
Minimum elements of a fire prevention plan. A fire prevention plan must include:
1910.39(c)(1)
A list of all major fire hazards, proper handling and storage procedures for hazardous materials, potential ignition sources and their control, and the type of fire protection equipment necessary to control each major hazard;
1910.39(c)(2)
Procedures to control accumulations of flammable and combustible waste materials;
1910.39(c)(3)
Procedures for regular maintenance of safeguards installed on heat-producing equipment to prevent the accidental ignition of combustible materials;
1910.39(c)(4)
The name or job title of employees responsible for maintaining equipment to prevent or control sources of ignition or fires; and
1910.39(c)(5)
The name or job title of employees responsible for the control of fuel source hazards.
1910.39(d)
Employee information. An employer must inform employees upon initial assignment to a job of the fire hazards to which they are exposed. An employer must also review with each employee those parts of the fire prevention plan necessary for self-protection.

14.1.2.3. Emergency action and fire prevention plans applicable to the work place; refer to emergency management plans for additional information. Location and use of emergency and fire protection equipment (i.e. alarms, AEDs and extinguishers) will also be addressed. (T-1)

Does the JSTO detail additional specific training requirements such as Hazardous Energy Control, HAZCOM, Blood borne Pathogens, Hearing Conservation, Confined Space Program, Manual and Powered Hoists, Respiratory Protection Program, Vehicle Mounted Elevated Work Platforms, Self-Propelled and Manual Platforms, Fall Arrest Systems, Forklifts and Material Handling Equipment, Explosive Safety Training, Pole/Tower Climbing, CPR Training, Flight line Driving, Fetal Protection Program, Medical Surveillance Examination, Electromagnetic Field Training, Laser Safety Training, or As Low As Reasonably Achievable Ionizing Radiation Training? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.3.
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14.1.3. Job Specific Training Items. Supervisors will provide specific training based on the program requirements of the work place, provide application-level training, and document prior to employee performing task. If the Career Field Education Training Plan (CFETP) covers a particular training program, then no additional documentation beyond the CFETP is required. Note: Subjects listed below may not be mandatory for every job, but are dependent upon the type job/tasks individuals will be performing. Items listed below may not be all inclusive, refer to specific program requirements. (T-2)
14.1.3.1. Hazardous Energy Control. Reference: 29 CFR §1910.147 and AFI 91-203, Chapter 21, Hazardous Energy Control. (T-2)
14.1.3.2. Hazard Communication. Reference: AFI 90-821, Hazard Communication, and 29 CFR § 1910.1200. (T-2)
14.1.3.3. Bloodborne Pathogens. Reference: 29 CFR § 1910.1030. (T-2)
14.1.3.4. Hearing Conservation. Reference: AFI 48-127, Occupational Noise and Hearing Conservation Program. (T-2)
14.1.3.5. Confined Space Program (Entrant, Attendant, Supervisor, Monitor and Rescue Team). Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 23, Confined Spaces, and 29 CFR § 1910.146. (T-2)
14.1.3.6. Manual and Powered Hoists. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 35, Material Handling Equipment. (T-2)
14.1.3.7. Respiratory Protection Program. Use AF Form 2767, Occupational Health Training and Protective Equipment Fit Testing (LRA). Reference: AFI 48-137, Respiratory Protection Program. (T-2)
14.1.3.8. Vehicle Mounted Elevated Work Platforms, Self-Propelled and Manual Platforms. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 16, Mobile Elevating Work Platforms. (T-2)
14.1.3.9. Fall Arrest System(s). Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 13, Fall Protection, 29 CFR 1910.66 and 29 CFR 1926.503. (T-2)
14.1.3.10. Forklift (Material Handling Equipment). Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 35, and 29 CFR 1910.178. (T-2)
14.1.3.11. Explosives Safety Training. Reference: AFMAN 91-201, Explosives Safety Standards, and this instruction. (T-2)
14.1.3.12. Pole/Tower Climbing. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 30, Communication Cable, Antenna and Communication Systems. (T-2)
14.1.3.13. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 1, Introduction. (T-2)
14.1.3.14. Flight Line Driving. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 24, Aircraft Flight Line – Ground Operations and Activities, and other governing directives. (T-2)
14.1.3.15. Fetal Protection Program. Job Specific. Reference: AFMAN 48-146, Occupational & Environmental Health Program Management. Note: Air Force Reserve – AFRCI 41-104, Pregnancy of Air Force Reserve Personnel. (T-2)
14.1.3.16. Medical Surveillance Examination (Scheduling, Administration, Reporting and Follow-up). Reference: AFI 48-145, Occupational and Environmental Health Program. (T-2)
14.1.3.17. Electromagnetic Field Training (EMF). Reference: AFI 48-109, Electromagnetic Field Radiation (EMFR) Occupational and Environmental Health Program. (T-0)
14.1.3.18. Laser Safety Training. Reference: AFI 48-139, Laser and Optical Radiation Protection Program. (T-0)
14.1.3.19. As Low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA) Ionizing Radiation Training. Reference: AFI 48-148, Ionizing Radiation Protection. (T-2)

Risk Management
Risk Management is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

afi 90-802, RISK MANAGEMENT https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi90-802/afi90-802.pdf

Are all personnel trained on Risk Management principles? Is training documented? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.3.
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1.6.27.3. Ensure safety and health training, to include risk management, is provided to all personnel based on requirements from regulatory guidance, and the specific needs of the organization. (T-1)

Do commanders Ensure assigned personnel receive periodic RM refresher briefings and presentations directed and is training documented? AFI 90-802, Para. 2.9.4, 4.2.3.2.
Select Cause:

2.9.4. Ensure assigned personnel receive periodic RM refresher briefings and presentations as
directed under paragraph 4.2.3.2 This responsibility may be delegated as necessary to meet
the intent of this instruction.

4.2.3.2. Periodically receive and review RM refresher briefings and presentations as directed by MAJCOM, wing or unit-level commanders. Personnel that cannot attend the live RM refresher briefing and presentation should review the briefing and presentation at their earliest opportunity.

Has unit commander ensured RM principles, processes, tools and techniques are established and documented, as appropriate, to address specific operations, missions, and activities (on and off-duty). As a minimum are the procedures and tools: Standardized across similar operations, missions, and activities; Identify and clearly establish specific risk acceptance authority levels and thresholds for elevating risk acceptance decisions for operations and activities; designed to provide commanders, supervisors and personnel with meaningful data to help improve local RM processes and provide for more effective risk mitigation efforts. AFI 90-802, Para. 2.9.3.
Select Cause:

2.9.3. Ensure RM principles, processes, tools and techniques are established, as appropriate, to address specific operations, missions, and activities (on and off-duty). (T-1). As a minimum these processes, procedures and tools should:
2.9.3.1. Be standardized across similar operations, missions, and activities, whenever possible.
2.9.3.2. Identify and clearly establish specific risk acceptance authority levels and thresholds for elevating risk acceptance decisions for operations and activities. These levels can vary depending upon specific operations or activities, units, personnel involved, etc. The intent is to ensure that as risk levels increase, risk acceptance and associated Go or NoGo decisions are elevated to obtain appropriate commander or supervisory oversight and
approval.
2.9.3.3. Be designed to provide commanders, supervisors and personnel with meaningful data to help improve local RM processes and provide for more effective risk mitigation efforts.

Has Commanders and/or Functional Managers ensured all work centers/shop supervisors have conducted and documented hazard assessments to determine if hazards are present and take actions necessary to protect workers from injury, illness or death IAW 29 CFR 1910.132. AFMAN 91-203, Para. 14.2.2 29 CFR 1910.132(d)(1)
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14.2.2. Commanders and/or Functional Managers shall ensure all work centers conduct and document hazard assessments to determine if hazards are present and take actions necessary to protect workers from injury, illness or death IAW 29 CFR 1910.132. (T-0) Only after engineering controls (e.g., placing foam around aircraft) have been applied to the maximum extent practicable, or until controls can be installed, will PPE (e.g., bump caps) be the primary means to protect personnel against hazards. Note: If PPE is required for the performance of a task, then it shall be provided by the commander and/or functional manager. (T-0) Subordinates are not responsible for providing their own PPE.
14.2.3. Supervisors shall:
14.2.3.1. Conduct and document hazard assessments in each workplace where their employees are performing duties IAW 29 CFR 1910.132. (T-0) If PPE is required, the supervisor shall ensure that PPE is provided, used and maintained in a sanitary serviceable condition. (T-0)

Personal Protective Equipment

29 CFR 1910.132, Personal Protective Equipment https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.132

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is rated:

AFMAN 91-203, Air Force Occupational
Safety, Fire and Health Standards https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afman91-203/afman91-203.pdf

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Work Center:

Does PPE Training describe when PPE is necessary? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 14.3.1.1 29 CFR 1910.132(f)(1)(i)
Select Cause:

1910.132(f)
Training.
1910.132(f)(1)
The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE. Each such employee shall be trained to know at least the following:
1910.132(f)(1)(i)
When PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(ii)
What PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(iii)
How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE;
1910.132(f)(1)(iv)
The limitations of the PPE; and,
1910.132(f)(1)(v)
The proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE

14.3.1. Training shall be provided to each affected employee who is required to use PPE when accomplishing any work activity. (T-0) Supervisors shall train each employee to know, at a minimum, the following:
14.3.1.1. When PPE is necessary.
14.3.1.2. The right PPE for the work activity. (T-0)
14.3.1.3. How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.4. Limitations/Hazards of specific PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.5. Pre-use inspections, proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE. (T-0)

Does PPE Training cover right type of PPE for specific work activity? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 14.3.1.2. 29 CFR 1910.132(f)(1)(ii)
Select Cause:

1910.132(f)
Training.
1910.132(f)(1)
The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE. Each such employee shall be trained to know at least the following:
1910.132(f)(1)(i)
When PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(ii)
What PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(iii)
How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE;
1910.132(f)(1)(iv)
The limitations of the PPE; and,
1910.132(f)(1)(v)
The proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE

14.3.1. Training shall be provided to each affected employee who is required to use PPE when accomplishing any work activity. (T-0) Supervisors shall train each employee to know, at a minimum, the following:
14.3.1.1. When PPE is necessary.
14.3.1.2. The right PPE for the work activity. (T-0)
14.3.1.3. How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.4. Limitations/Hazards of specific PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.5. Pre-use inspections, proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE. (T-0)

Does PPE Training cover how to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 14.3.1.3. 29 CFR 1910.132(f)(1)(iii)
Select Cause:

1910.132(f)
Training.
1910.132(f)(1)
The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE. Each such employee shall be trained to know at least the following:
1910.132(f)(1)(i)
When PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(ii)
What PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(iii)
How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE;
1910.132(f)(1)(iv)
The limitations of the PPE; and,
1910.132(f)(1)(v)
The proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE

14.3.1. Training shall be provided to each affected employee who is required to use PPE when accomplishing any work activity. (T-0) Supervisors shall train each employee to know, at a minimum, the following:
14.3.1.1. When PPE is necessary.
14.3.1.2. The right PPE for the work activity. (T-0)
14.3.1.3. How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.4. Limitations/Hazards of specific PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.5. Pre-use inspections, proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE. (T-0)

Does PPE Training include limitations/Hazards of specific PPE? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 14.3.1.4. 29 CFR 1910.132(f)(1)(iv)
Select Cause:

1910.132(f)
Training.
1910.132(f)(1)
The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE. Each such employee shall be trained to know at least the following:
1910.132(f)(1)(i)
When PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(ii)
What PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(iii)
How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE;
1910.132(f)(1)(iv)
The limitations of the PPE; and,
1910.132(f)(1)(v)
The proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE

14.3.1. Training shall be provided to each affected employee who is required to use PPE when accomplishing any work activity. (T-0) Supervisors shall train each employee to know, at a minimum, the following:
14.3.1.1. When PPE is necessary.
14.3.1.2. The right PPE for the work activity. (T-0)
14.3.1.3. How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.4. Limitations/Hazards of specific PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.5. Pre-use inspections, proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE. (T-0)

Does PPE Training cover pre-use inspections, proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 14.3.1.5. 29 CFR 1910.132(f)(1)(v)
Select Cause:

1910.132(f)
Training.
1910.132(f)(1)
The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE. Each such employee shall be trained to know at least the following:
1910.132(f)(1)(i)
When PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(ii)
What PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(iii)
How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE;
1910.132(f)(1)(iv)
The limitations of the PPE; and,
1910.132(f)(1)(v)
The proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE

14.3.1. Training shall be provided to each affected employee who is required to use PPE when accomplishing any work activity. (T-0) Supervisors shall train each employee to know, at a minimum, the following:
14.3.1.1. When PPE is necessary.
14.3.1.2. The right PPE for the work activity. (T-0)
14.3.1.3. How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.4. Limitations/Hazards of specific PPE. (T-0)
14.3.1.5. Pre-use inspections, proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE. (T-0)

Does PPE Training require employee to demonstrate proper use and understanding of PPE? 29 CFR 1910.132(f)(2)
Select Cause:

1910.132(f)(2)
Each affected employee shall demonstrate an understanding of the training specified in paragraph (f)(1) of this section, and the ability to use PPE properly, before being allowed to perform work requiring the use of PPE

Confined Space

29 CFR 1910.146, Permit-required confined spaces https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.146

AFMAN 91-203, Air Force Occupational
Safety, Fire and Health Standards https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afman91-203/afman91-203.pdf

Confined Space Program is rated:
Has Commander and/or Functional manger developed and implemented a written permit required confined space program when employees enter permit spaces? Has the program been reviewed and approved by the Confined Spaces Program Team (CSPT)? 29 CFR 1910.146(c)(4)
Select Cause:

1910.146(c)(4)
If the employer decides that its employees will enter permit spaces, the employer shall develop and implement a written permit space program that complies with this section. The written program shall be available for inspection by employees and their authorized representatives.

23.2.7. Commanders and/or Functional Managers will:
23.2.7.1. Ensure a written Master Entry Plan and confined space program are developed, implemented and approved by the Confined Space Program Team (only required for permit-required confined space programs). Serve as a member or designate a representative to the Confined Space Program Team for management of confined spaces within the functional manager’s control. (T-1)

Has Commander and/or Functional Manger Identified, evaluated and classified all the unit’s confined spaces, with the participation of the installation Confined Space Program Team? Has list been provided to CSPT? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 23.2.7.5, 23.2.7.8., and 29 CFR 1910.146(c)(1)
Select Cause:

1910.146(c)(1)
The employer shall evaluate the workplace to determine if any spaces are permit-required confined spaces.

NOTE: Proper application of the decision flow chart in Appendix A to section 1910.146 would facilitate compliance with this requirement.

23.2.7.5. Provide a copy of the list of all confined spaces, permit-required and non-permit, to the installation Confined Space Program Team and Environmental Management office. (T-1) The list shall include, at a minimum, the number of spaces (quantity), type (with every entry point uniquely identified and listed) and exact location (e.g., grid coordinates, Global Positioning Satellite coordinates, if available, highlighted maps, if necessary). (T-1)

23.2.7.8. Identify, evaluate and classify all the unit’s confined spaces, with the participation of the installation Confined Space Program Team. (T-1)

Has Commander and/or Functional Manger informed exposed employees, by posting danger signs or by any other equally effective means, of the existence and location of and the danger posed by the permit spaces? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 23.3.5., 29 CFR 1910.146(c)(2)
Select Cause:

1910.146(c)(2)
If the workplace contains permit spaces, the employer shall inform exposed employees, by posting danger signs or by any other equally effective means, of the existence and location of and the danger posed by the permit spaces.

NOTE: A sign reading DANGER -- PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE, DO NOT ENTER or using other similar language would satisfy the requirement for a sign.

23.3.5. Posting Signs. Where confined spaces are designated as permit-required and could inadvertently enter, the supervisor will ensure personnel are informed of the existence, location and the danger of the permit space by posting danger signs. A sign stating, DANGER — PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE, DO NOT ENTER or a commercial equivalent that meets specifications and design established in Chapter 29, Mishap Prevention Signs and Tags, is appropriate. (T-0) Confined spaces where personnel cannot inadvertently enter, such as those protected by heavy manhole covers, locks or that require tools to open, do not need to be posted.

Does Commander and/ or Functional Manager ensure required equipment needed to support entry into confined spaces is procured, available and properly maintained in an operational condition? The following equipment bust be available, testing and monitoring equipment, ventilating, communications equipment, personal protective equipment, lighting, rescue and emergency equipment as needed, equipment needed for safe ingress and egress by authorized entrants, and barriers and shields as required. AFMAN 91-203, Para. 23.2.7.3. 29 CFR 1910.146(d)(4)
Select Cause:

1910.146(d)(4) Provide the following equipment (specified in paragraphs (d)(4)(i) through (d)(4)(ix) of this section) at no cost to employees, maintain that equipment properly, and ensure that employees use that equipment properly:

1910.146(d)(4)(i) Testing and monitoring equipment needed to comply with paragraph (d)(5) of this section;

1910.146(d)(4)(ii) Ventilating equipment needed to obtain acceptable entry conditions;

1910.146(d)(4)(iii) Communications equipment necessary for compliance with paragraphs (h)(3) and (i)(5) of this section;

1910.146(d)(4)(iv) Personal protective equipment insofar as feasible engineering and work practice controls do not adequately protect employees;

1910.146(d)(4)(v) Lighting equipment needed to enable employees to see well enough to work safely and to exit the space quickly in an emergency;

1910.146(d)(4)(vi) Barriers and shields as required by paragraph (d)(3)(v) of this section.

1910.146(d)(4)(vii) Equipment, such as ladders, needed for safe ingress and egress by authorized entrants;

1910.146(d)(4)(viii) Rescue and emergency equipment needed to comply with paragraph (d)(9) of this section, except to the extent that the equipment is provided by rescue services; and

1910.146(d)(4)(ix) Any other equipment necessary for safe entry into and rescue from permit spaces.

AFMAN 91-203 Para. 23.2.7.3. Ensure required equipment is procured to support entry into confined spaces. (T-0) Equipment shall be available and properly maintained (operational). (T-0)

Do Commander and/ or Functional Managers ensure all personnel assigned duties and responsibilities that support permit-required confined space program tasks are properly trained, equipped and qualified? Is training documented? Training categories are Entry Supervisor, entrant and attendant, atmospheric monitoring, and rescue and emergency team member. AFMAN 91-203, Para. 23.2.7.2. 30 CFR 1910.146(g)(1)
Select Cause:

1910.146(g)(1)
The employer shall provide training so that all employees whose work is regulated by this section acquire the understanding, knowledge, and skills necessary for the safe performance of the duties assigned under this section.

23.2.7.2. Ensure all personnel assigned duties and responsibilities that support permit-required confined space program tasks are properly trained, equipped and qualified. (T-0) Training may be accomplished via the Computer-Based Training (CBT) Compact Disk-Read Only Memory, Confined Space Series General Worker: Entrant, Attendant, Supervisor, OSHA Course 226, Permit-Required Confined Space Entry, or equivalent, or by the installation Confined Space Program Team. Ensure training is documented on an AF Form 55 or an equivalent authorized computerized information management system. (T-1) Note: Recommend personnel entering non-permit confined spaces receive the same training as personnel entering permit required spaces, or at a minimum, confined spaces awareness training to recognize a confined space.

Has Commander and/or Functional Manger ensured development and implementation of procedures for summoning rescue and emergency services, for rescuing entrants from permit spaces, for providing necessary emergency services to rescued employees, and for preventing unauthorized personnel from attempting a rescue? 29 CFR 1910.146(d)(9)
Select Cause:

1910.146(d)(9)
Develop and implement procedures for summoning rescue and emergency services, for rescuing entrants from permit spaces, for providing necessary emergency services to rescued employees, and for preventing unauthorized personnel from attempting a rescue

23.2.8.12. Establish emergency procedures to rescue persons incapacitated in the confined space. (T-0) These will include:

Does Commander and/or Functional Manager ensure cancelled and expired permits are maintained for one year and reviewed annually by the CSPT? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 23.5.1.2. 29 CFR 1910.146(d)(14)
Select Cause:

1910.146(d)(14)
Review the permit space program, using the canceled permits retained under paragraph (e)(6) of this section within 1 year after each entry and revise the program as necessary, to ensure that employees participating in entry operations are protected from permit space hazards.

23.5.1.2. Each completed entry permit, including those canceled or revoked, shall be retained for one year by the organization responsible for the entry and be available for review. (T-0) Any problems encountered during an entry operation shall be noted on the permit so necessary revisions can be made to the confined space program. (T-0)

Is the training program, including hands-on portion that establishes safe work practices and techniques, developed and approved by Occupational Safety, FES Flight, and BE? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 23.7.1. and 23.7.1.1. 29 CFR 1910.146(g)(1)
Select Cause:

1910.146(g)(1)
The employer shall provide training so that all employees whose work is regulated by this section acquire the understanding, knowledge, and skills necessary for the safe performance of the duties assigned under this section.

23.7.1.1. The installation or unit training program shall include the specific hazards to be encountered. (T-1) The trainer shall obtain installation Occupational Safety office, FES Flight and BE approval on all training lesson plans prior to their use and when changes are made to the plans. (T-1) Note: The CBT listed in paragraph 23.7.1 may be included as part of the installation or unit training program.

Fall Protection

AFMAN 91-203, Air Force Occupational
Safety, Fire and Health Standards https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afman91-203/afman91-203.pdf

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

29 CFR 1910.28, Duty to have fall protection and falling object protection https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.28

Fall Protection Program is rated:
When personnel are exposed to fall hazards, have unit commanders and/or Functional Managers implemented a written fall protection program? 29 CFR 1910.28(a)(1)
Select Cause:

1910.28(a)(1)
This section requires employers to provide protection for each employee exposed to fall and falling object hazards. Unless stated otherwise, the employer must ensure that all fall protection and falling object protection required by this section meet the criteria in § 1910.29, except that personal fall protection systems required by this section meet the criteria of § 1910.140.

Are Fall Protection Competent Persons trained IAW OSHA and ANSI standards and are they appointed in writing by the commander? (Look for fall protection competent person training certificate) AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.6.8. 29 CFR 1910.140(b)
Select Cause:

Competent person means a person who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in any personal fall protection system or any component of it, as well as in their application and uses with related equipment, and who has authorization to take prompt, corrective action to eliminate the identified hazards.

13.6.8. A competent person, as defined by ANSI/ASSE Z359.0, shall:

13.6.8.5. Be designated in writing by the unit commander. (T-1).

Has a hazard assessment been completed for all locations where workers are exposed falls greater than four (4) feet. (Includes inspections, routine maintenance, fixed ladders, Hi-lifts, Mobile elevated platforms) AFMAN 91-203, Para. 14.2.2 1910 Subpart I App B
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2. Assessment and selection. It is necessary to consider certain general guidelines for assessing the foot, head, eye and face, and hand hazard situations that exist in an occupational or educational operation or process, and to match the protective devices to the particular hazard. It should be the responsibility of the safety officer to exercise common sense and appropriate expertise to accomplish these tasks.

3. Assessment guidelines. In order to assess the need for PPE the following steps should be taken:

a. Survey. Conduct a walk-through survey of the areas in question. The purpose of the survey is to identify sources of hazards to workers and co-workers. Consideration should be given to the basic hazard categories:

14.2.2. Commanders and/or Functional Managers shall ensure all work centers conduct and document hazard assessments to determine if hazards are present and take actions necessary to protect workers from injury, illness or death IAW 29 CFR 1910.132. (T-0) Only after engineering controls (e.g., placing foam around aircraft) have been applied to the maximum extent practicable, or until controls can be installed, will PPE (e.g., bump caps) be the primary means to protect personnel against hazards. Note: If PPE is required for the performance of a task, then it shall be provided by the commander and/or functional manager. (T-0) Subordinates are not responsible for providing their own PPE.

When workers are exposed to falls of four (4) feet or more have written procedures been developed IAW OSHA and ANSI Standards? (Task Authorization) AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.6.6.1.
Select Cause:

13.6.6.1. Conduct JHA, as required. (T-1) A JHA is not required if existing guidance covers all safety requirements of an operation or process. Supervisors will refer to Chapter 1 and AFI 91-202 for additional guidance on JHAs and job safety lesson plans. (T-1)

Are all PFAS components marked to indicate compliance with OSHA and ANSI Z359.1 and is equipment still serviceable IAW manufactures specifications? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.4.6.2. 29 CFR 1910.140(c)
Select Cause:

1910.140(c) General requirements. The employer must ensure that personal fall protection systems meet the following requirements. Additional requirements for personal fall arrest systems and positioning systems are contained in paragraphs (d) and (e) of this section, respectively.

13.4.6.2. Personal fall arrest systems equipment shall have the manufacturer‘s name or logo; part number and model designation; capacity rating; warning to follow the manufacturer’s instructions included with the equipment at time of shipment from the manufacturer stamped on the equipment or permanently attached tag and shall be marked to indicate compliance with American National Standards Institute Z359.1. (T-0)

Are anchorage points inspected by a Qualified Person to ensure it can withstand a 5000 pound load for each PFAS connected? (look for certification documentation) AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.4.6.7. 29 CFR 1910.140(c)
Select Cause:

1910.140(c)(13)
Anchorages, except window cleaners' belt anchors covered by paragraph (e) of this section, must be:
1910.140(c)(13)(i)
Capable of supporting at least 5,000 pounds (22.2 kN) for each employee attached; or
1910.140(c)(13)(ii)
Designed, installed, and used, under the supervision of qualified person, as part of a complete personal fall protection system that maintains a safety factor of at least two.

13.4.6.7. Anchorage. Anchorages will meet requirements in 29 CFR 1910.140 and 29 CFR 1926.502, Fall Protection Systems Criteria and Practices. (T-0). Documentation demonstrating that the anchorages meet these criteria will be maintained within the workcenter. (T-1).

Does a competent person thoroughly inspect all permanently installed fall protection systems IAW manufactures instructions and document the inspection? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.5.1.3
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13.5.1.3. Supervisors shall ensure all PFAS components receive a thorough inspection at least quarterly. (T-1). This inspection shall be documented and maintained for at least one year. (T-1). Exception: Components of a PFAS that have been professionally installed and certified will be inspected IAW manufacturer’s instructions, at the interval recommended by the manufacturer, and by a person qualified to perform the inspection. Inspection shall be documented and maintained. (T-1).

13.6.8.4. Inspect personal fall arrest systems equipment to determine if components subjected to impact loading are undamaged. If damaged, remove and replace. (T-1)

Does the competent person thoroughly inspect all PFAS components at least quarterly and keep the record of inspection for at least one year? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.5.1.3.
Select Cause:

13.5.1.3. Supervisors shall ensure all PFAS components receive a thorough inspection at least quarterly. (T-1). This inspection shall be documented and maintained for at least one year. (T-1). Exception: Components of a PFAS that have been professionally installed and certified will be inspected IAW manufacturer’s instructions, at the interval recommended by the manufacturer, and by a person qualified to perform the inspection. Inspection shall be documented and maintained. (T-1).

13.6.8.4. Inspect personal fall arrest systems equipment to determine if components subjected to impact loading are undamaged. If damaged, remove and replace. (T-1)

Is fall protection equipment stored and maintained IAW manufactures instructions? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.5.2.1.
Select Cause:

13.5.2.1. Equipment shall be stored and maintained IAW the manufacturer’s instructions. (T-0) Unique issues, due to local conditions, shall be addressed with the manufacturer. (T-0)
13.5.2.2. Equipment shall be stored to preclude damage from environmental factors such as heat, light, excessive moisture, dirt, oil, chemicals and their vapors or other degrading elements. (T-0)

Has the commander and/or functional manager developed and implemented a fall protection training plan? Has Fall Protection training plan been approved by Installation fall protection manager and does it include all required items? (Items that should be included are fall protection systems being used, equipment inspection requirements, how to don and doff fall and rescue equipment, swing fall hazards, fall hazards of work area, work center specific fall protection requirements) AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.3. 29 CFR 1910.30
Select Cause:

1910.30(a)(1)
Before any employee is exposed to a fall hazard, the employer must provide training for each employee who uses personal fall protection systems or who is required to be trained as specified elsewhere in this subpart. Employers must ensure employees are trained in the requirements of this paragraph on or before May 17, 2017

13.3. Training. Before any workers are exposed to a fall hazard, training IAW 29 CFR 1910.30, Training Requirements, shall be completed. (T-0) Training shall include methods of use, application, inspection and storage, as well as any manufacturer‘s recommendations; application limits, proper anchoring and tie-off techniques, estimation of free fall, deceleration and total fall distance to prevent striking a lower level; applicable fall protection, fall prevention, rescue and evacuation plans. (T-0) Recurring training shall be conducted annually, when work conditions change or new fall arrest systems are introduced, and documented IAW AFI 91-202. (T-1)

Is authorized user, fall protection training conducted annually, when work conditions change or when new fall protection/fall arrest systems are procured and does it cover the rescue plan and hands on training? Is the training specific to the equipment used by the authorized user. AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.3. 29 CFR 1910.30(c)
Select Cause:

1910.30(c)(1)
When changes in the workplace render previous training obsolete or inadequate;
1910.30(c)(2)
When changes in the types of fall protection systems or equipment to be used render previous training obsolete or inadequate;

13.3. Training. Before any workers are exposed to a fall hazard, training IAW 29 CFR 1910.30, Training Requirements, shall be completed. (T-0) Training shall include methods of use, application, inspection and storage, as well as any manufacturer‘s recommendations; application limits, proper anchoring and tie-off techniques, estimation of free fall, deceleration and total fall distance to prevent striking a lower level; applicable fall protection, fall prevention, rescue and evacuation plans. (T-0) Recurring training shall be conducted annually, when work conditions change or new fall arrest systems are introduced, and documented IAW AFI 91-202. (T-1)

Is there a written rescue plan for each area where workers are exposed to falls from heights? Is the rescue plan posted in the work area? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.7.1. 29 CFR 1910.140(c)(21)
Select Cause:

1910.140(c)(21)
The employer must provide for prompt rescue of each employee in the event of a fall.

13.7.1. Rescue Plan. Rescue plans will be developed for fall protection activities. (T-1) Personal fall arrest systems use shall not be allowed if a means to rescue a fallen worker is not available. The rescue plans shall include the following elements at a minimum:

13.7.1.1. Type of rescue system, e.g., ladder, aerial lift, FES Flight, outside agency. (T-1)

13.7.1.1.1. If relying on FES Flight or contracted agency, notification prior to fall protection activities commencing is required.

13.7.1.1.2. If FES Flight or contracted agency is unavailable work will not commence.

13.7.1.2. Location of rescue anchorage.

13.7.1.3. Equipment needed.

13.7.1.4. Attachment to fallen worker’s harness.

13.7.1.5. Required training.

13.7.1.6. Specific actions to achieve successful rescue.

Has unit accomplished fall protection self-inspection checklist annually? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 13.6.6.5.
Select Cause:

13.6.6.5. Prepare and accomplish self-inspection checklist annually IAW TO 00-25-245. (T-1). Checklist shall include all relevant information on fall protection and fall arrest systems, e.g., proper care, maintaining and inspection of fall protection and fall arrest systems equipment, training program, etc. (T-1). The self-inspection shall be documented and maintained until the next self-inspection is performed. (T-1) Exception: Components of a PFAS that have been professionally installed and certified and is inspected IAW manufacturer's instruction, at the interval recommended by the manufacturer, and by a person qualified to perform the inspection will not require self-inspection. (T-1).

Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)

AFI 90-821, HAZARD COMMUNICATION (HAZCOM) PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_sg/publication/afi90-821/afi90-821.pdf

29 CFR 1910.1200, Hazard Communication https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.1200

HAZCOM Program is rated:
Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)

Work Center:

Has work area supervisor reviewed USAFSAM’s AF supervisor HAZCOM training initially and as needed to maintain competency? AFI 90-821, Para. 2.6.9.3.1.
Select Cause:

2.6.9.3.1. Review USAFSAM’s AF supervisor HAZCOM training initially and as
needed to maintain competency. Contact PH for guidance on accessing USAFSAM’s
supervisor HAZCOM training. (T-1)

Develop and implement a written work area-specific HAZCOM program IAW Chapter 3. This information shall be accessible by all assigned employees in the work area either electronically or hard copy. AFI 90-821, Para .2.6.9.3.2. 29 CFR 1910.1200(e)(1)
Select Cause:

1910.1200(e)(1)
Employers shall develop, implement, and maintain at each workplace, a written hazard communication program which at least describes how the criteria specified in paragraphs (f), (g), and (h) of this section for labels and other forms of warning, safety data sheets, and employee information and training will be met, and which also includes the following:

2.6.9.3.2. Develop and implement a written work area-specific HAZCOM program
IAW Chapter 3. This information shall be accessible by all assigned employees in the
work area either electronically or hard copy. (T-0)

Has work area supervisor developed a area-specific HAZCOM training plan using USAFSAM’s work area-specific training plan template. Has training plan been approved by Bioenvironmental, Fire and Emergency Services, and Occupational Safety Office? AFI 90-821, Para. 2.6.9.3.3. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(1)
Select Cause:

1910.1200(a)(1)
The purpose of this section is to ensure that the hazards of all chemicals produced or imported are classified, and that information concerning the classified hazards is transmitted to employers and employees. The requirements of this section are intended to be consistent with the provisions of the United Nations Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), Revision 3. The transmittal of information is to be accomplished by means of comprehensive hazard communication programs, which are to include container labeling and other forms of warning, safety data sheets and employee training.

2.6.9.3.3. Develop a work area-specific HAZCOM training plan, if one does not exist,
using USAFSAM’s work area-specific training plan template. (T-0) Ensure BE, PH,
SEG, F&ES, and any other locally determined organizations as necessary, review and
approve new or modified work area-specific HAZCOM training plans for technical
accuracy and completeness prior to implementation in the work area. (T-3)

Are Written work-area specific HAZCOM programs readily accessible (in either paper or electronic format) to all employees? AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(2)(iii)
Select Cause:

1910.1200(h)(2)
Information. Employees shall be informed of:
1910.1200(h)(2)(i)
The requirements of this section;
1910.1200(h)(2)(ii)
Any operations in their work area where hazardous chemicals are present; and,
1910.1200(h)(2)(iii)
The location and availability of the written hazard communication program, including the required list(s) of hazardous chemicals, and safety data sheets required by this section.

3.1. Written Work-Area Specific HAZCOM Programs. Supervisors of work areas whose
employees use, handle and/or will potentially be exposed to hazardous chemicals not exempted as
described in paragraph 1.2.4. must prepare and implement a written work area-specific
HAZCOM program. (T-0) Written programs must be readily accessible (in either paper or
electronic format) to all employees. Where personnel must travel between work areas during a
work shift (e.g., their work is carried out at more than one geographical location such as flight line
operations), the written work-area specific HAZCOM program may be kept at the primary work
area facility. The written work area-specific HAZCOM program will be included in the work area
Job Safety Training Outline (JSTO). (T-2) Reference AFI 91-202, The US Air Force Mishap
Prevention Program, for additional information on preparing a JSTO. There is no requirement to
maintain additional copies of the written work area-specific HAZCOM program in a separate
binder, file, or other medium. Written work-area specific HAZCOM programs will include the
following criteria or a description of how each of the following criteria will be met:

Does the written work area-specific HAZCOM program include a list of the hazardous chemicals present in the work area? (the list may be compiled for the work area as a whole or for specified and readily distinguishable portions of the work area) AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.1. 29 CFR 1910.1200(e)(1)(i)
Select Cause:

1910.1200(e)(1)(i)
A list of the hazardous chemicals known to be present using a product identifier that is referenced on the appropriate safety data sheet (the list may be compiled for the workplace as a whole or for individual work areas);

3.1.1. Hazardous Chemical List. The written work area-specific HAZCOM program must
include a list of the hazardous chemicals present in the work area (the list may be compiled for
the work area as a whole or for specified and readily distinguishable portions of the work area).
The product identifier that is used on the SDS must be cross-referenced to the list. (T-0) The
EESOH-MIS authorization report with product data may serve as the work area hazardous
chemical list. Work area supervisors will, at least annually, reconcile SDSs on file (if files
outside of Enterprise Data Repository and EESOH-MIS are maintained) and the work area
hazardous chemical list and maintain documentation of the reconciliation. (T-1).

Is the written work area-specific HAZCOM program included in the work area Job Safety Training Outline (JSTO). AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(1)
Select Cause:

1910.1200(h)(1)
Employers shall provide employees with effective information and training on hazardous chemicals in their work area at the time of their initial assignment, and whenever a new chemical hazard the employees have not previously been trained about is introduced into their work area. Information and training may be designed to cover categories of hazards (e.g., flammability, carcinogenicity) or specific chemicals. Chemical-specific information must always be available through labels and safety data sheets.

3.1. Written Work-Area Specific HAZCOM Programs. Supervisors of work areas whose
employees use, handle and/or will potentially be exposed to hazardous chemicals not exempted as
described in paragraph 1.2.4. must prepare and implement a written work area-specific
HAZCOM program. (T-0) Written programs must be readily accessible (in either paper or
electronic format) to all employees. Where personnel must travel between work areas during a
work shift (e.g., their work is carried out at more than one geographical location such as flight line
operations), the written work-area specific HAZCOM program may be kept at the primary work
area facility. The written work area-specific HAZCOM program will be included in the work area
Job Safety Training Outline (JSTO). (T-2) Reference AFI 91-202, The US Air Force Mishap
Prevention Program, for additional information on preparing a JSTO. There is no requirement to
maintain additional copies of the written work area-specific HAZCOM program in a separate
binder, file, or other medium. Written work-area specific HAZCOM programs will include the
following criteria or a description of how each of the following criteria will be met:

Has Supervisor ensured labels on containers of hazardous chemicals used in their work area meet 29 CFR 1910.1200(f)(6) through 29 CFR 1010.1200(f)(10) requirements, remain affixed to their containers, and are not obliterated or covered? AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.3.1. 29 CFR 1910.1200(f)(6)
Select Cause:

1910.1200(f)(6)
Workplace labeling. Except as provided in paragraphs (f)(7) and (f)(8) of this section, the employer shall ensure that each container of hazardous chemicals in the workplace is labeled, tagged or marked with either

3.1.3.1. Supervisors will ensure labels on containers of hazardous chemicals used in their
work area meet 29 CFR 1910.1200(f)(6) through 29 CFR 1010.1200(f)(10) requirements,
remain affixed to their containers, and are not obliterated or covered. (T-0)

Does work area specific HAZCOM training include all of the following: AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(3)
Select Cause:

1.6.27.3. Ensure safety and health training, to include risk management, is provided to all personnel based on requirements from regulatory guidance, and the specific needs of the organization. (T-1)

1910.1200(h)(3) Training. Employee training shall include at least:

1910.1200(h)(3)(i) Methods and observations that may be used to detect the presence or release of a hazardous chemical in the work area (such as monitoring conducted by the employer, continuous monitoring devices, visual appearance or odor of hazardous chemicals when being released, etc.);

1910.1200(h)(3)(ii) The physical, health, simple asphyxiation, combustible dust, and pyrophoric gas hazards, as well as hazards not otherwise classified, of the chemicals in the work area;

1910.1200(h)(3)(iii) The measures employees can take to protect themselves from these hazards, including specific procedures the employer has implemented to protect employees from exposure to hazardous chemicals, such as appropriate work practices, emergency procedures, and personal protective equipment to be used; and,

1910.1200(h)(3)(iv) The details of the hazard communication program developed by the employer, including an explanation of the labels received on shipped containers and the workplace labeling system used by their employer; the safety data sheet, including the order of information and how employees can obtain and use the appropriate hazard information.

3.1.6.2. Initial Worker Training. Workers will receive comprehensive work area specific HAZCOM training from their supervisors at the time of their initial assignment in a work area. (T-0) This training, at a minimum, will include the following:

3.1.6.2.1. The location and details of the work area-specific written HAZCOM program, including the hazardous chemical list and SDSs for the work area. (T-0)

3.1.6.2.2. Identification of operations or processes, including non-routine processes, in the work area where hazardous chemicals are present or used. (T-0) Supervisors may
use the hazardous chemical authorization in EESOH-MIS or BE assessment letters as sources of information to meet this training requirement.

3.1.6.2.3. Identification of the hazard categories (e.g., flammability, carcinogenicity) or specific chemicals present in the work area. Including, but not limited to, those with
specific regulatory requirements (e.g., asbestos, benzene, beryllium, cadmium, formaldehyde, hexavalent chromium, methylene chloride, and lead) and identification of chemicals that pose physical, health, simple asphyxiation, combustible dust, and pyrophoric gas hazards, as well as hazards not otherwise classified. (T-0)

3.1.6.2.4. Proper labeling of hazardous chemicals, including an explanation of the labels received on shipped containers and the work area labeling system. (T-0)

3.1.6.2.5. How to access and read SDSs, including the order of information and how employees can obtain and use the appropriate hazard information. (T-0)

3.1.6.2.6. Controls (engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment) workers must use to minimize or eliminate exposure to hazardous chemicals while performing a specific process (e.g., the specific respirator
for a specific spray-painting process). (T-0) Supervisors shall refer to the BE assessment letters for specific control requirements.

3.1.6.2.7. Emergency procedures, such as recognition of a spill or accidental chemical release (e.g., visual, odor, alarm) and escape procedures to include the locations of emergency eye wash stations, showers, and monitoring capabilities. (T-0)

3.1.6.2.8. Methods and observations that may be used to detect the presence or release of a hazardous chemical in the work area (such as monitoring conducted by the employer, continuous monitoring devices, visual appearance or odor of hazardous chemicals when being released, etc.). (T-0)

3.1.6.2.9. Additional training on expanded standards as required by OSHA. (T-0) Expanded standards are regulated by 29 CFR 1910.1001-1053. Refer to BE assessment letters to determine if expanded standards apply in a work area.

The location and details of the work area-specific written HAZCOM program, including the hazardous chemical list and SDSs for the work area. AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.1. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(2)(iii)

Identification of operations or processes, including non-routine processes, in the work area where hazardous chemicals are present or used. (T-0) Supervisors may use the hazardous chemical authorization in EESOH-MIS or BE assessment letters as sources of information to meet this training requirement. AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.2. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(3)(i)

Identification of the hazard categories (e.g., flammability, carcinogenicity) or specific chemicals present in the work area. Including, but not limited to, those with specific regulatory requirements (e.g., asbestos, benzene, beryllium, cadmium, formaldehyde, hexavalent chromium, methylene chloride, and lead) and identification of chemicals that pose physical, health, simple asphyxiation, combustible dust, and pyrophoric gas hazards, as well as hazards not otherwise classified. AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.3.

Proper labeling of hazardous chemicals, including an explanation of the labels received on shipped containers and the work area labeling system. AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.4. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(3)(iv)

How to access and read SDSs, including the order of information and how employees can obtain and use the appropriate hazard information. AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.5. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(3)(iv)

Controls (engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment) workers must use to minimize or eliminate exposure to hazardous chemicals while performing a specific process (e.g., the specific respirator for a specific spray-painting process). (T-0) Supervisors shall refer to the BE assessment letters for specific control requirements. AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.6. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(3)(iii)

Emergency procedures, such as recognition of a spill or accidental chemical release (e.g., visual, odor, alarm) and escape procedures to include the locations of emergency eye wash stations, showers, and monitoring capabilities. AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.7.

Methods and observations that may be used to detect the presence or release of a hazardous chemical in the work area (such as monitoring conducted by the employer, continuous monitoring devices, visual appearance or odor of hazardous chemicals when being released, etc.). AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.8. 29 CFR 1910.1200(h)(3)(ii)

Additional training on expanded standards as required by OSHA. (T-0) Expanded standards are regulated by 29 CFR 1910.1001-1053. Refer to BE assessment letters to determine if expanded standards apply in a work area. AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.2.9.

Does Work area supervisor, at least annually, assess worker knowledge of basic HAZCOM concepts and work area-specific HAZCOM procedures? Is completion of the annual knowledge assessment documented? AFI 90-821, Para. 3.1.6.3.
Select Cause:

3.1.6.3. Supplemental Worker Training. Training for all potentially affected employees is required when a new chemical hazard is introduced in the work area. The work area-specific training plan must be updated with the information concerning the new hazard or chemical and reviewed and approved by BE, PH, SEG, F&ES, and any other locally determined organizations as necessary. (T-1)

29 CFR 1910.147, The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout) https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.147

AFMAN 91-203, Air Force Occupational
Safety, Fire and Health Standards https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afman91-203/afman91-203.pdf

HEC Program is rated:
Hazardous Energy Control Program (HEC)

Work Center:

Has work center/shop supervisor implemented a Hazardous Energy Control Program? AFMAN 91-203 Para. 21.1 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(1)
Select Cause:

1910.147(c)(1)
Energy control program. The employer shall establish a program consisting of energy control procedures, employee training and periodic inspections to ensure that before any employee performs any servicing or maintenance on a machine or equipment where the unexpected energizing, startup or release of stored energy could occur and cause injury, the machine or equipment shall be isolated from the energy source and rendered inoperative.

21.1. Scope. This chapter establishes requirements for procedures, training and periodic inspection for an hazardous energy control program to prevent unexpected start-up. It applies to all machines, equipment, Air Force employees and contractors who may be exposed to hazardous energy during servicing, maintenance or modification activity performed by the Air Force. When contractors are performing the servicing, maintenance or modification activity they will follow OSHA guidance for protection of their employees. Refer to paragraph 21.8 for additional information.

Has work center/shop supervisor created written procedures for all equipment/machinery where employees are exposed to potentially hazardous energy? Do the written procedures include all required information IAW 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(4)(ii)(A) thru 1910.147(c)(4)(ii)(D) and AFMAN 91-203, CHPT 21? AFMAN 91-203 Para. 21.3.8. 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(4)(ii)
Select Cause:

1910.147(c)(4)(i)
Procedures shall be developed, documented and utilized for the control of potentially hazardous energy when employees are engaged in the activities covered by this section.

1910.147(c)(4)(ii)(A)
A specific statement of the intended use of the procedure;

1910.147(c)(4)(ii)(B)
Specific procedural steps for shutting down, isolating, blocking and securing machines or equipment to control hazardous energy;

1910.147(c)(4)(ii)(C)
Specific procedural steps for the placement, removal and transfer of lockout devices or tagout devices and the responsibility for them; and

1910.147(c)(4)(ii)(D)
Specific requirements for testing a machine or equipment to determine and verify the effectiveness of lockout devices, tagout devices, and other energy control measures.

21.3.8. Equipment-Specific Energy Control. An equipment-specific written procedure shall be developed and used unless the equipment or machine undergoing servicing, modification or maintenance meets the requirements of paragraph 21.3.1 (T-0) Supervisors need not document LOTO procedures for machines or equipment if ALL of the following elements are met:

Has work center/shop supervisor completed a work center assessment to identify equipment and machinery for which LOTO/HEC program applies? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 21.6.1.1
Select Cause:

21.6.1.1. Identification of equipment and machinery for which the LOTO program applies.

Does work center/shop supervisor ensure authorized employees receive training defined in 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(7)? Is training documented? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 21.5.1. 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(7)
Select Cause:

1910.147(c)(7)(i)
The employer shall provide training to ensure that the purpose and function of the energy control program are understood by employees and that the knowledge and skills required for the safe application, usage, and removal of the energy controls are acquired by employees. The training shall include the following:

1910.147(c)(7)(i)(A)
Each authorized employee shall receive training in the recognition of applicable hazardous energy sources, the type and magnitude of the energy available in the workplace, and the methods and means necessary for energy isolation and control.

1910.147(c)(7)(i)(B)
Each affected employee shall be instructed in the purpose and use of the energy control procedure.

1910.147(c)(7)(i)(C)
All other employees whose work operations are or may be in an area where energy control procedures may be utilized, shall be instructed about the procedure, and about the prohibition relating to attempts to restart or reenergize machines or equipment which are locked out or tagged out.

21.5.1. Both authorized and affected employees as defined by OSHA will receive training IAW 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(7), The Control of Hazardous Energy, Training and Communication. (T-0) Supervisors shall verify training IAW 29 CFR 1910.147 for both authorized and affected employees is accomplished. (T-1)

Has work center/shop supervisor designated authorized employees? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 21.3.5.5.
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21.3.5.5. Assign and document worker LOTO authorization. (T-1)
21.3.5.5.1. Designate specific equipment or categories of equipment and develop control procedures. (T-1)
21.3.5.5.2. Verify worker is qualified to perform necessary energy-control procedures. (T-1)

Does work center/shop supervisor perform and document self-assessment of their Hazardous Energy Control Program and procedures at least annually? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 21.3.5.2. 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(6)(i)
Select Cause:

1910.147(c)(6)(i)
The employer shall conduct a periodic inspection of the energy control procedure at least annually to ensure that the procedure and the requirements of this standard are being followed.

21.3.5.2. Perform a self-assessment of work environments using these procedures at least annually. (T-0) Refer to paragraph 21.6.1 for additional guidance on LOTO self-assessment.

Do Functional managers and commanders ensure a annual inspection of LOTO procedures within their organization are conducted by an individual above the shop level supervisor to verify and document effectiveness of the energy control procedures? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 21.6.2.
Select Cause:

1910.147(c)(6)(i)
The employer shall conduct a periodic inspection of the energy control procedure at least annually to ensure that the procedure and the requirements of this standard are being followed.

1910.147(c)(6)(i)(A)
The periodic inspection shall be performed by an authorized employee other than the ones(s) utilizing the energy control procedure being inspected.

1910.147(c)(6)(i)(B)
The periodic inspection shall be conducted to correct any deviations or inadequacies identified.

1910.147(c)(6)(i)(C)
Where lockout is used for energy control, the periodic inspection shall include a review, between the inspector and each authorized employee, of that employee's responsibilities under the energy control procedure being inspected.

1910.147(c)(6)(i)(D)
Where tagout is used for energy control, the periodic inspection shall include a review, between the inspector and each authorized and affected employee, of that employee's responsibilities under the energy control procedure being inspected, and the elements set forth in paragraph (c)(7)(ii) of this section.

21.6.2. Annual Inspection. Functional managers and commanders shall ensure annual inspections of LOTO procedures within their organization are conducted by an individual above the shop level supervisor to verify and document effectiveness of the energy control procedures. (T-1) A qualified occupational safety inspector shall review LOTO inspection reports during organization safety inspections to ensure compliance. (T-1) The inspection shall include, as a minimum:
21.6.2.1. Review of LOTO procedures with authorized workers. Note: If only tag-out is used for energy control the review will include affected workers. (T-0) Refer to paragraph 21.4.3 for tag-out only procedures.
21.6.2.2. Observation of LOTO procedures to ensure workers understand and follow procedures. (T-0)
21.6.2.3. Review of training and self-assessment documentation to ensure LOTO requirements are met. (T-1)
21.6.2.4. Out-brief of shop or unit supervisor or, as appropriate, documented in the written report. (T-1)

Do work center/shop supervisors ensure an appropriate number and type of Lockout devices and tagout devices are available to each authorized employee? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 21.3.5.8. 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(5)(i)
Select Cause:

1910.147(c)(5)(i)
Locks, tags, chains, wedges, key blocks, adapter pins, self-locking fasteners, or other hardware shall be provided by the employer for isolating, securing or blocking of machines or equipment from energy sources.

21.3.5.7.2. Ensure LOTO logs are readily available for equipment or machinery being serviced, i.e., on equipment or machinery or in a centralized location for those areas where multiple maintenance tasks are being performed. (T-1)
21.3.5.8. Ensure necessary LOTO hardware is available. (T-1)
21.3.5.8.1. Maintain a roster of all LOTO assigned to authorized personnel. (T-0)
21.3.5.8.2. Control LOTO tags before and after use. (T-1) Tags or a log containing the tag information shall be maintained for one year after removal to verify the status of locks and tags used during a review period. (T-1)

Do lockout devices and tagout devices meet the following requirements, singularly identified; shall be the only devices(s) used for controlling energy; shall not be used for other purposes; capable of withstanding the environment to which they are exposed for the maximum period of time that exposure is expected? AFMAN 91-203 Para. 21.3.2, & 21.3.3. 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(5)(i)
Select Cause:

1910.147(c)(5)(ii)
Lockout devices and tagout devices shall be singularly identified; shall be the only devices(s) used for controlling energy; shall not be used for other purposes; and shall meet the following requirements:

1910.147(c)(5)(ii)(A)
Durable.

1910.147(c)(5)(ii)(A)(1)
Lockout and tagout devices shall be capable of withstanding the environment to which they are exposed for the maximum period of time that exposure is expected.

1910.147(c)(5)(ii)(A)(2)
Tagout devices shall be constructed and printed so that exposure to weather conditions or wet and damp locations will not cause the tag to deteriorate or the message on the tag to become illegible.

1910.147(c)(5)(ii)(A)(3)
Tags shall not deteriorate when used in corrosive environments such as areas where acid and alkali chemicals are handled and stored

1910.147(c)(5)(ii)(C)(2)
Tagout devices. Tagout devices, including their means of attachment, shall be substantial enough to prevent inadvertent or accidental removal. Tagout device attachment means shall be of a non-reusable type, attachable by hand, self-locking, and non-releasable with a minimum unlocking strength of no less than 50 pounds and having the general design and basic characteristics of being at least equivalent to a one-piece, all environment-tolerant nylon cable tie

21.3.3. Authorized Tagout Devices. AF Form 983, Danger – Equipment Lockout Tag, or DoD or commercial equivalent tags, shall be used in conjunction with energy-isolating devices. (T-1) AF Forms 979, Danger Tag, or 982, Do Not Start Tag, or DoD or commercial equivalent tags, shall be used in conjunction with administrative devices. (T-1) These tagout devices immediately alert workers to existing and/or potential hazards from servicing, maintenance or modifications to equipment or machinery. All mishap prevention tags shall be standardized Air Force forms as listed in Chapter 29, or DoD or commercial equivalent and available through normal form distribution channels, or commercially purchased by the user if the commercial equivalent is chosen as the method of tagging. (T-1) The functional manager or supervisor shall ensure an adequate supply of locks and tags are available. (T-1)

21.3.2.2. Not be used for any other purpose. (T-0)
21.3.2.3. Be singularly keyed with only authorized workers retaining the key(s) to the lock(s) when in use; a log shall be maintained by the shop supervisor to identify equipment being locked out under the LOTO program. (T-1)
21.3.2.4. Be applied to energy isolation device(s) prior to any servicing, maintenance or modification actions. (T-1)
21.3.2.5. Be substantial to prevent removal except by excessive force using special tools, such as bolt cutters or other metal cutting tools. (T-0)
21.3.2.6. Be inventoried and maintained to ensure accountability. (T-1) There’s no requirement to inventory devices, zip ties, chains or tags. However, LOTO devices should be adequate to support the expected LOTO requirements identified in the shop specific procedures.

Are Lockout and tagout devices standardized and identifiable within the facility in at least one of the following criteria: Color; shape; or size; and additionally, in the case of tagout devices, print and format shall be standardized? AFMAN 91-203 Para. 21.3.2.1. 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(5)(i)
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1910.147(c)(5)(ii)(B)
Standardized. Lockout and tagout devices shall be standardized within the facility in at least one of the following criteria: Color; shape; or size; and additionally, in the case of tagout devices, print and format shall be standardized

1910.147(c)(5)(ii)(D)
Identifiable. Lockout devices and tagout devices shall indicate the identity of the employee applying the device(s)

21.3.2. Authorized Lockout Devices. These locks are used only to ensure safety of authorized workers when servicing, maintenance or modification of equipment and machines and shall:
21.3.2.1. Be readily identifiable as a lockout device, e.g., numbered (CESM-1, CEOI-3, etc.), specific color lock or band, like red, and/or labels affixed to the lock. (T-0)

21.3.3. Authorized Tagout Devices. AF Form 983, Danger – Equipment Lockout Tag, or DoD or commercial equivalent tags, shall be used in conjunction with energy-isolating devices. (T-1) AF Forms 979, Danger Tag, or 982, Do Not Start Tag, or DoD or commercial equivalent tags, shall be used in conjunction with administrative devices. (T-1) These tagout devices immediately alert workers to existing and/or potential hazards from servicing, maintenance or modifications to equipment or machinery. All mishap prevention tags shall be standardized Air Force forms as listed in Chapter 29, or DoD or commercial equivalent and available through normal form distribution channels, or commercially purchased by the user if the commercial equivalent is chosen as the method of tagging. (T-1) The functional manager or supervisor shall ensure an adequate supply of locks and tags are available. (T-1)

When lockout or tagout devices must be temporarily removed from the energy isolating device and the machine or equipment energized for testing or positioning, does work center/shop supervisor ensure machine specific written procedures are followed. AFMAN 91-203 Para. 21.3.1.2. 29 CFR 1910.147(f)(1) and 1910.147(f)(1)(i) through 1910.147(f)(1)(v)
Select Cause:

1910.147(f)(1)
Testing or positioning of machines, equipment or components thereof. In situations in which lockout or tagout devices must be temporarily removed from the energy isolating device and the machine or equipment energized to test or position the machine, equipment or component thereof, the following sequence of actions shall be followed:

1910.147(f)(1)(i)
Clear the machine or equipment of tools and materials in accordance with paragraph (e)(1) of this section;

1910.147(f)(1)(ii)
Remove employees from the machine or equipment area in accordance with paragraph (e)(2) of this section;

1910.147(f)(1)(iii)
Remove the lockout or tagout devices as specified in paragraph (e)(3) of this section;

1910.147(f)(1)(iv)
Energize and proceed with testing or positioning;

1910.147(f)(1)(v)
Deenergize all systems and reapply energy control measures in accordance with paragraph (d) of this section to continue the servicing and/or maintenance.

21.3.1.2. Operations on energized equipment (e.g., measuring, troubleshooting, calibration), when continuity of service is essential to safety or shutdown cannot be reasonably accomplished. Note: Supervisor approval is required for such operations and documented safety procedures that provide an equivalent level of safety shall be established and followed. (T-0)

Material Handling

29 CFR 1910.179, Materials Handling and Storage https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.179

29 CFR 1910.178, Powered industrial trucks https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.178

AFMAN 91-203, Air Force Occupational
Safety, Fire and Health Standards https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afman91-203/afman91-203.pdf

Material handling equipment program is rated:
Do Commanders in units requiring training on powered materials handling and lifting equipment designate qualified personnel as instructors to train and supervise the operator trainee? AFMAN 91-203, Para.  12.3.3.1. 29 CFR 1910.178(l)(2)(iii)
Select Cause:

1910.178(l)(2)(iii)
All operator training and evaluation shall be conducted by persons who have the knowledge, training, and experience to train powered industrial truck operators and evaluate their competence.

12.3.3.1. Each activity requiring training on powered materials handling and lifting equipment shall designate qualified personnel as instructors to train and supervise the operator trainee. (T-1) The names and grades of instructor candidates shall be provided to the vehicle operations officer who shall thoroughly screen each for background and experience in the type of equipment for which instruction shall be given. (T-1) A list of approved instructors shall be retained on file by the using agency and the vehicle operations section. (T-1)

Is the list of approved instructors for powered materials handling and lifting equipment retained on file by the using agency and the vehicle operations section? Are names and grades of instructor candidates provided to the vehicle operations officer who thoroughly screens each for background and experience in the type of equipment for which instruction shall be given? AFMAN 91-203, Para.  12.3.3.1. 29 CFR 1910.178(l)(2)(i)(A)
Select Cause:

1910.178(l)(2)(i)(A)
Under the direct supervision of persons who have the knowledge, training, and experience to train operators and evaluate their competence

12.3.3.1. Each activity requiring training on powered materials handling and lifting equipment shall designate qualified personnel as instructors to train and supervise the operator trainee. (T-1) The names and grades of instructor candidates shall be provided to the vehicle operations officer who shall thoroughly screen each for background and experience in the type of equipment for which instruction shall be given. (T-1) A list of approved instructors shall be retained on file by the using agency and the vehicle operations section. (T-1)

Do lesson plans (course content) for each piece of Materials handling and lifting equipment include formal instruction, hands-on demonstrations by the instructor with practical exercises performed by the trainee, and an evaluation of the trainee’s performance to confirm their knowledge of equipment operations and service instructions? AFMAN 91-203, Para.  12.3.3.2. 29 CFR 1910.178(l)(3)
Select Cause:

1910.178(l)(3)
Training program content. Powered industrial truck operators shall receive initial training in the following topics, except in topics which the employer can demonstrate are not applicable to safe operation of the truck in the employer's workplace.
1910.178(l)(3)(i)
Truck-related topics:
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(A)
Operating instructions, warnings, and precautions for the types of truck the operator will be authorized to operate;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(B)
Differences between the truck and the automobile;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(C)
Truck controls and instrumentation: where they are located, what they do, and how they work;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(D)
Engine or motor operation;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(E)
Steering and maneuvering;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(F)
Visibility (including restrictions due to loading);
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(G)
Fork and attachment adaptation, operation, and use limitations;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(H)
Vehicle capacity;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(I)
Vehicle stability;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(J)
Any vehicle inspection and maintenance that the operator will be required to perform;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(K)
Refueling and/or charging and recharging of batteries;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(L)
Operating limitations;
1910.178(l)(3)(i)(M)
Any other operating instructions, warnings, or precautions listed in the operator's manual for the types of vehicle that the employee is being trained to operate.

12.3.3.2. Lesson plans for each vehicle shall be accomplished by the unit IAW AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations. (T-1) Lesson plans (course content) shall include formal instruction, hands-on demonstrations by the instructor with practical exercises performed by the trainee and an evaluation of the trainee’s performance to confirm their knowledge of equipment operations and service instructions. (T-1) Refer to paragraph 12.3.3.5 for additional guidance on documenting training.

12.3.3.4. Materials handling and lifting equipment training will include:
12.3.3.4.1. Equipment design, to include restrictions, limitations and hazards relative to the environment where used, e.g., steering, maneuvering and visibility. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.2. Operating and maintenance instructions, including manufacturer’s instructions and those contained in this standard. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.3. Safe loading and unloading requirements. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.4. Operating techniques inside and outside of warehouses. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.5. Flightline rules and regulations, when applicable. (T-1)
12.3.3.4.6. Fire extinguisher training (initial and annual). Refer to Chapter 6, Fire Protection and Prevention, for additional guidance. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.7. Use of attachments such as extended forks or tines or personnel lift pallets. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.8. Clearances, heights and limitations. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.9. Safety clothing and equipment. Refer to Chapter 14, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), for additional guidance. (T-1)
12.3.3.4.10. Fire protection, fuel spills, maintenance of equipment, smoking, etc. Refer to Chapter 6 for additional guidance. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.11. Operating restrictions in potentially hazardous storage areas, which include flammable, toxic, lumber, coal, etc. Refer to Chapter 22, Flammable and Combustibles, for additional guidance. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.12. Load composition and stability. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.13. Damage that may be caused by acid or caustic material. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.14. Workplace related topics such as surface condition; local policies on stacking, unstacking, and load manipulation; pedestrian traffic; and narrow aisles. (T-0)
12.3.3.4.15. Applicable information contained in paragraphs 12.2 and 12.3.2.1 of this standard. (T-1)

Does the trainee furnish the Operator Records and Licensing staff with written certification on the AF Form 171, Request for Driver’s Training and Addition to U. S. Government Driver’s License? AFMAN 91-203, Para.  12.3.3.3.
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12.3.3.3. The trainee shall furnish the Operator Records and Licensing staff with written certification on the AF Form 171, Request for Driver’s Training and Addition to U. S. Government Driver’s License. (T-1)

Does a qualified instructor for materials handling equipment evaluate each operator at least once every three (3) years and provide refresher training in relevant topics any time there is reason to believe there is a need? AFMAN 91-203, Para.  12.3.3.6. 29 CFR 1910.178(l)(4)(iii)
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1910.178(l)(4)(iii)
An evaluation of each powered industrial truck operator's performance shall be conducted at least once every three years.

12.3.3.6. In addition to initial training and certification, a qualified instructor shall evaluate each operator at least once every three (3) years and provide refresher training in relevant topics any time there is reason to believe there is a need. (T-0) The evaluation shall include, but not be limited to, changes in types of equipment in use, change in operating environment; direct observation of performance; reportable mishaps, reports of near-misses; complaints regarding an operator’s bad driving habits; physical fitness; and other indications that an operator is not capable of safely performing assigned duties. (T-1) A written/automated record of each operator’s evaluation shall be kept on file by the instructor for review. (T-1)

Are Materials Handling Equipment and lifting equipment operator’s evaluations kept on file for review? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 12.3.3.6. 29 CFR 1910.178(l)(6)
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1910.178(l)(6)
Certification. The employer shall certify that each operator has been trained and evaluated as required by this paragraph (l). The certification shall include the name of the operator, the date of the training, the date of the evaluation, and the identity of the person(s) performing the training or evaluation

12.3.3.6. In addition to initial training and certification, a qualified instructor shall evaluate each operator at least once every three (3) years and provide refresher training in relevant topics any time there is reason to believe there is a need. (T-0) The evaluation shall include, but not be limited to, changes in types of equipment in use, change in operating environment; direct observation of performance; reportable mishaps, reports of near-misses; complaints regarding an operator’s bad driving habits; physical fitness; and other indications that an operator is not capable of safely performing assigned duties. (T-1) A written/automated record of each operator’s evaluation shall be kept on file by the instructor for review. (T-1)

Material Handling Equipment Parked Inside Warehouses. When parking gasoline-or diesel-powered material handling equipment in general purpose warehouses has the responsible group commander provided written approval with recommendations by the installation FES Flight, BE office and Occupational Safety office. Are the considerations in AFMAN 91-203 Para. 12.2.2.1 considered prior to allowing equipment to be parked inside? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 12.2.1. 29 CFR 1910.178(c)(2)(xi)
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1910.178(c)(2)(xi)
If storage warehouses and outside storage locations are hazardous only the approved power-operated industrial truck specified for such locations in this paragraph (c)(2) shall be used. If not classified as hazardous, any approved power-operated industrial truck designated as Type D, E, G, or LP may be used, or trucks which conform to the requirements for these types may be used

12.2.1. Material Handling Equipment Parked Inside Warehouses. The decision to park gasoline-or diesel-powered material handling equipment in general purpose warehouses is the responsibility of the group commander responsible for the designated warehouse. (T-2) The group commander will be the approval authority with recommendations by the installation FES Flight, BE office and Occupational Safety office. (T-2) The following safety considerations/operating rules shall be considered prior to parking:
12.2.1.1. The warehouse shall be equipped with an automatic fire suppression system or heat sensor devices. (T-1)
12.2.1.2. The equipment shall be parked so it does not block fire aisles, fire-fighting equipment, fire alarm boxes, stairways, elevators or fire exits. (T-0)
12.2.1.3. An oil absorbent compound shall be placed under any equipment leaking oil or grease. (T-1) A metal pan may be used in conjunction with the compound. Leaking equipment shall be repaired. (T-1)
12.2.1.4. The warehouse supervisor shall conduct daily inspections to ensure powered materials handling equipment is parked in designated locations, equipment does not contain excessive grease and lint, and gasoline lines, tanks, oil seals and so forth are not leaking. (T-1)
12.2.1.5. A minimum of 10-foot clearance shall be maintained between parked equipment and combustible materials. (T-1)
12.2.1.6. Gasoline or diesel powered equipment used in multistory buildings shall be parked on the ground floor when not in use. (T-1) Refer to paragraph 12.3.5.2 for additional guidance.

Does unit certify that each operator of Materials Handling Equipment and lifting equipment has been trained and evaluated as required by this Paragraph 1910.178 (l)? The certification shall include the name of the operator, the date of the training, the date of the evaluation, and the identity of the person(s) performing the training or evaluation. AFMAN 91-203 Para. 12.3.3.5. 29 CFR 1910.178(l)(6)
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1910.178(l)(6)
Certification. The employer shall certify that each operator has been trained and evaluated as required by this paragraph (l). The certification shall include the name of the operator, the date of the training, the date of the evaluation, and the identity of the person(s) performing the training or evaluation.

12.3.3.5. Document initial and, as required, refresher training in appropriate records, e.g., AF Form 623, Individual Training Record Folder, AF Form 1098, Special Task Certification and Recurring Training, AF Form 55, Employee Safety and Health Record, or MAJCOM directed record system. (T-1)

Are wire ropes, chains and hooks associated with overhead and gantry cranes inspected monthly and are the inspections separately documented? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 12.1.5.3. 29 CFR 1910.179(j)(3)
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1910.179(j)(3)
Periodic inspection. Complete inspections of the crane shall be performed at intervals as generally defined in paragraph (j)(1)(ii)(b) of this section, depending upon its activity, severity of service, and environment, or as specifically indicated below. These inspections shall include the requirements of paragraph (j)(2) of this section and in addition, the following items. Any deficiencies such as listed shall be carefully examined and determination made as to whether they constitute a safety hazard:
1910.179(j)(3)(i)
Deformed, cracked, or corroded members.
1910.179(j)(3)(ii)
Loose bolts or rivets.
1910.179(j)(3)(iii)
Cracked or worn sheaves and drums.
1910.179(j)(3)(iv)
Worn, cracked or distorted parts such as pins, bearings, shafts, gears, rollers, locking and clamping devices.
1910.179(j)(3)(v)
Excessive wear on brake system parts, linings, pawls, and ratchets.
1910.179(j)(3)(vi)
Load, wind, and other indicators over their full range, for any significant inaccuracies.
1910.179(j)(3)(vii)
Gasoline, diesel, electric, or other powerplants for improper performance or noncompliance with applicable safety requirements.
1910.179(j)(3)(viii)
Excessive wear of chain drive sprockets and excessive chain stretch.
1910.179(j)(3)(ix)
[Reserved]
1910.179(j)(3)(x)
Electrical apparatus, for signs of pitting or any deterioration of controller contactors, limit switches and pushbutton stations.

12.1.5.3. Mandatory Monthly Inspections. Wire ropes, chains and hooks associated with overhead and gantry cranes shall be thoroughly inspected monthly. (T-0) Inspections for each item shall be documented (separate documentation) on the AFTO Form 95 or MAJCOM or locally devised paper or automated system IAW paragraph 12.1.1 and maintained on file for one year. (T-1) Documentation will include date and time of the monthly inspection, signature of the inspector, an identifier for the equipment inspected and condition of the equipment. (T-0) Inspection criteria will be IAW applicable paragraphs from this chapter and applicable manufacturer instructions, as required. (T-1)

Has a periodic, complete inspection been performed by a qualified person at intervals between 1 and 12 months, and is the inspection documented? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 12.1.5.2.
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1910.179(j)(3)
Periodic inspection. Complete inspections of the crane shall be performed at intervals as generally defined in paragraph (j)(1)(ii)(b) of this section, depending upon its activity, severity of service, and environment, or as specifically indicated below. These inspections shall include the requirements of paragraph (j)(2) of this section and in addition, the following items. Any deficiencies such as listed shall be carefully examined and determination made as to whether they constitute a safety hazard:
1910.179(j)(3)(i)
Deformed, cracked, or corroded members.
1910.179(j)(3)(ii)
Loose bolts or rivets.
1910.179(j)(3)(iii)
Cracked or worn sheaves and drums.
1910.179(j)(3)(iv)
Worn, cracked or distorted parts such as pins, bearings, shafts, gears, rollers, locking and clamping devices.
1910.179(j)(3)(v)
Excessive wear on brake system parts, linings, pawls, and ratchets.
1910.179(j)(3)(vi)
Load, wind, and other indicators over their full range, for any significant inaccuracies.
1910.179(j)(3)(vii)
Gasoline, diesel, electric, or other powerplants for improper performance or noncompliance with applicable safety requirements.
1910.179(j)(3)(viii)
Excessive wear of chain drive sprockets and excessive chain stretch.
1910.179(j)(3)(ix)
[Reserved]
1910.179(j)(3)(x)
Electrical apparatus, for signs of pitting or any deterioration of controller contactors, limit switches and pushbutton stations.

12.1.5.2. Periodic. A complete inspection will be performed by a qualified person at intervals between 1 and 12 months. (T-0) The required intervals of periodic inspections will be based on the type of use experienced by the equipment: Normal service – annually; heavy service – semiannual; severe service – quarterly (see Attachment 1, Terms-Service). (T-1) Follow periodic inspection schedules outlined in applicable technical orders and/or manufacturer’s instructions where intervals between 1 and 12 months are established. (T-1) The inspection will be documented on AFTO Form 95, AFTO Form 244 or MAJCOM or locally devised paper or automated systems IAW paragraph 12.1.1 and maintained on file 36 months after the periodic inspection is complete, unless otherwise noted. (T-1) During the periodic inspection, some systems may require the removal of covers or parts to gain access. Appropriate hazardous energy control procedures will be used where removal of covers or parts expose individuals to an uncontrolled energy source (e.g., an electrical or mechanical hazard) and result in accidental start-up of equipment. (T-0) Refer to Chapter 21, Hazardous Energy Control, for additional guidance. Disassembly of the MHE or major components, not designed to be removed or opened, is not required for the sole purpose of the inspection. If the individual performing the periodic inspection finds evidence of damage or wear that constitutes a potential hazard, further inspection to determine cause or to repair the system may be required and total disassembly or removal of major components may be necessary. Consult manufacturer’s instructions, where available, for additional guidance. Exception: For nuclear-certified MHE, perform the periodic inspection semiannually.

Are hoist and crane operators designated and trained? Is the training documented? Does the training incorporate a practical exam? AFI 91-203, Para. 12.6.3.3., 12.8.2.3. and 12.8.2.3.2.1. 29 CFR 1910.179(b)(8)
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1910.179(b)(8)
Designated personnel-Only designated personnel shall be permitted to operate a crane covered by this section

12.6.3.3. Qualification of Operators. Manually operated hoists shall be operated only by personnel trained and qualified to use the equipment or trainees under direct supervision of a qualified trainer/instructor. (T-0) Power operated hoists shall be operated only by trained and qualified persons designated by the appropriate supervisor. (T-0) The operator shall be familiar with all hoist operating controls and be instructed in the operations to be performed. (T-0) Training shall include the warnings on the hoist, manufacturer’s instructions and requirements outlined in paragraphs 12.6.3.4.1 and 12.6.3.4.2 below. (T-0) Maintenance and test personnel and qualified inspectors may also operate hoists in the performance of their duties. (T-0)

12.8.2.3. Qualification of Operators. Cranes shall be operated only by properly trained and qualified personnel or trainees under the direct supervision of a qualified trainer/instructor as designated by the appropriate supervisor. (T-0) The operator shall be familiar with all operating controls of the hoist and be instructed in operations to be performed. (T-0) Instructions shall include warnings on the hoist, manufacturer’s instructions and requirements in this paragraph and paragraph 12.8.2.4 below. (T-0)

Training for Low Speed Vehicles/GVO/GMV (does not include materials handling equipment/ Forklift)
Training for Low Speed Vehicles/GVO/GMV program is rated:
Has the owning organizations ensured every GVO has a written plan of instruction, IAW AFI 24-301, AFMAN 24-306, and Paragraph 4.7, to include identifying vehicle operational environment, usage requirements and manufacturer recommendations? AFI 91-207, Para. 2.2.2.4.
Select all vehicles operated by unit.
Are UTV/ATV trainers certified to provide Specialty Vehicle Institute of America or DoD-Component-Approved specialty vehicle training to operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.4.6.3
Are UTV/ATV operators trained before being allowed to operate UTV/ATV's? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.4.6.3
Do Commanders and/or Functional Managers ensure proper PPE is available and worn at all times by UTV/ATV operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 2.3.3.2.
If UTV/ATV's are operated in a traffic, industrial or pedestrian environments, is there a risk assessment on file signed by the Installation Commander? AFI 91-207, Para. 2.2.2.3., 2.3.3.1.
Do trainers use QTP24-3-B214 Oversized Cargo Truck Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-B192 Passenger Van Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-B111 Bus Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-C355 Bobtail Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-C604 Staircase Truck Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-C600 Deicer Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-D594 Sweeper Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-D577 Snow Blower Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-D575 Snow Plow Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-D630 Loader Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-D531 Dump Truck Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-E801 Warehouse Tug Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Do trainers use QTP24-3-E935 25K Loader (Halverson) Vehicle Training Package to train operators? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Are Trainers utilizing QTP 24-3-L350 Aircraft Tow Vehicle Training Package? AFI 91-207, Para. 4.7.3
Are trainers for Aerial Boom Lifts certified as trainers for vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platforms operators? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 16.4.6.3.
Are all vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platform operators trained and is training documented? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 16.4.6.3.
Are Trainers of Scissor Lift operators certified to train? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 16.4.6.3.
Are all scissor lift operators trained and is training documented? AFMAN 91-203, Para. 16.4.6.3.
Do training plans for LSV meet minimum mandatory requirements for Training and Training Plans in AFMAN 24-306? AFI 91-207, Para. 1.3.4.10., 4.7.1.
Effectiveness of Mishap Prevention Programs

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

Does supervisor report all mishaps that occur on-duty and all off-duty mishaps involving assigned military personnel, and related subsequent Airmen absences to the supporting safety office IAW AFI 91-204. AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.10.
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1.6.28.10. Report all mishaps that occur on-duty and all off-duty mishaps involving assigned military personnel, and related subsequent Airmen absences to the supporting safety office IAW AFI 91-204. (T-0) The AF Form 978 will be used to document Ground, Motor Vehicle and Afloat mishaps to the Unit Commander and the Installation Safety Office. (T-1) Use of the AF Form 978 for mishap reporting within the Aviation, Weapons, and Space disciplines is optional. For appropriated and Non-Appropriated Fund Air Force employee occupational injuries and illnesses, supervisors will complete the required Compensation Act/Longshore (CA/LS) forms IAW the servicing civilian personnel office or Non-Appropriated Fund Human Resources Office processes. (T-0)

Do functional managers correct hazards in their areas of responsibility? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.8.1.4.
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4.8.1. Responsibilities.
4.8.1.1. Each installation establishes a program to abate hazards based on a priority system. (T-1)
4.8.1.2. Commanders, supervisors and employees at all levels are responsible for abating hazardous conditions.
4.8.1.3. Commanders protect national resources, both human and material, and have the responsibility to take action in implementing safety measures.
4.8.1.4. Functional managers correct hazards in their areas of responsibility. (T-1)
4.8.1.5. The safety office helps commanders assess and prioritize abatement actions and provide the commander with follow-up support until the hazard is eliminated.
4.8.1.6. Send projects beyond the capability of local commanders to the parent MAJCOM/FOA/DRU. (T-1)

Do Commanders send projects beyond the capability of local commanders to the parent MAJCOM/FOA/DRU? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.8.1.6.
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4.8.1. Responsibilities.
4.8.1.1. Each installation establishes a program to abate hazards based on a priority system. (T-1)
4.8.1.2. Commanders, supervisors and employees at all levels are responsible for abating hazardous conditions.
4.8.1.3. Commanders protect national resources, both human and material, and have the responsibility to take action in implementing safety measures.
4.8.1.4. Functional managers correct hazards in their areas of responsibility. (T-1)
4.8.1.5. The safety office helps commanders assess and prioritize abatement actions and provide the commander with follow-up support until the hazard is eliminated.
4.8.1.6. Send projects beyond the capability of local commanders to the parent MAJCOM/FOA/DRU. (T-1)

Do Commanders and work center/shop supervisors utilize the hierarchy of controls to mitigate identified hazards? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.9.
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4.9. Hazard Control Hierarchy. See AFMAN 48-146 and AFPAM 90-803 for additional and detailed guidance.

Do Commanders and work center/shop supervisors work to abate RAC's 1,2,3 as soon as possible? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.10.2.1.
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4.10.2. Hazard abatement in nonmilitary-unique workplaces must:
4.10.2.1. Abate RACs 1, 2 and 3 hazards as soon as possible. (T-1)
4.10.2.2. Identify abatement actions for RACs 4 and 5 hazards as soon as possible. (T-1)

Do work center/shop supervisors post AF Form 1118 on, at or as near as possible to the hazard. However, where the nature of the hazard or workplace is such that this is not practical, post notices in a prominent place where all employees can see them. The workplace supervisor must ensure the posted AF Form 1118 is maintained in good condition and employees are kept informed of any changes. AFI 91-202, Para. 4.12.1.
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4.12. Posting Notification of Hazards. The fire, safety or health officials will complete the AF Form 1118 identifying RAC 1, 2 and 3 hazards IAW paragraph 15.1 and forward to the supervisor for posting not later than the end of the next duty day. (T-1) The control number for the AF Form 1118 will be assigned by the installation wing safety office. (T-1) This will ensure the control number is compatible with the associated AF Form 3, Hazard Abatement Plan, should it become required. A copy of the AF Form 1118 will be sent to the installation wing safety office by the office assigning the RAC. (T-1) Supervisors must alert all affected employees and contractors of the hazardous condition, any interim control measures and permanent corrective actions underway or programmed. (T-1) Supervisors post the AF Form 1118 in the workplace immediately upon receipt. AF Form 979, Danger Tag, may be used for this purpose on equipment. Refer to AFMAN 91-203 for additional guidance.

4.12.1. Location. Post AF Form 1118 on, at or as near as possible to the hazard. However, where the nature of the hazard or workplace is such that this is not practical, post notices in a prominent place where all employees can see them. The workplace supervisor must ensure the posted AF Form 1118 is maintained in good condition and employees are kept informed of any changes. (T-1) If adverse conditions are present, enclose the notice in a suitable protective cover. (T-1)
4.12.2. Removal. The issuing office will be the authority to remove a posted AF Form 1118. (T-1) Removal of notices will only occur after the hazard has been corrected, or three (3) working days (excluding weekends and federal holidays), whichever is later, following validation by the issuing authority. (T-0)

Do Squadron commanders or functional managers conduct a semiannual review of AF Forms 3 pertaining to their areas of responsibilities and reflect that review in Part IV--Semi-Annual Review Records of the AF Form 3? Do they notify Safety Personnel of any changes in the hazard abatement status? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.13.3.2.
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4.13.3. Squadron commanders or functional managers will conduct a semiannual review of AF Form 3 pertaining to their areas of responsibilities and reflect that review in Block 38 of the AF Form 3. (T-1)
4.13.3.1. Commanders/functional managers notify the safety personnel of any changes in hazard abatement status and annotate changes on the AF Form 3.
4.13.3.2. Squadron commanders or functional managers will conduct a semiannual review of AF Forms 3 pertaining to their areas of responsibilities and reflect that review in Part IV--Semi-Annual Review Records of the AF Form 3. (T-1)
4.13.3.3. Completed hazard abatement projects must be certified by the appropriate agency; safety, fire, or health, to ensure the hazard was abated properly. (T-1) Certification in this particular instance means the appropriate official has performed a site visit to verify the hazard has been fully abated.

Do commanders ensure an AF Form 457, USAF Hazard Report, or equivalent product is readily available to all personnel? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.3.
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4.3. Hazard Reporting System. Commanders must ensure an AF Form 457, USAF Hazard Report, or equivalent product is readily available to all personnel. (T-1) The AF Form 457 and its related process requirements meets the 29 CFR Part 1960 mandate for an employee hazard reporting system. Additionally, hazards may be submitted using the Airman Safety Action Program (ASAP) and MAJCOM specific hazard reporting forms. Readily available is defined as not being under lock and key or only accessible through electronic means when a member does not have immediate access to a government computer. Personnel have the option to submit hazard reports anonymously, to the responsible supervisor, or to the local safety office. To preserve easy access to the hazard report and anonymity when desired, commanders will consider posting the AF Form 457 in commonly visited areas like break rooms, training rooms, and debrief rooms, as well as safety bulletin boards. Any person assigned, attached or under contract to the Air Force may report a hazard. A hazard report may be submitted on any event that includes hazards, errors, unsafe procedures, practices or conditions that affects flight, occupational, weapons, systems or space safety. This process is not designed for readdressing hazards that are already being managed for abatement through another process such as a CE work request, job order, project or mishap investigation.

Supervisor Responsibilities
Compliance with Supervisor Responsibilities is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

29 CFR 1960, Basic Program Elements for Federal Employees OSHA https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1960

Have work center supervisors implemented and provided resoures for their mishap prevention program? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.1.
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1.6.28.1. Direct implementation and provide resources for the mishap prevention program (T-0)

Do Work Center/Shop Supervisors Understand and enforce the safety and health standards that apply to their areas, operations and operations involving their subordinates? (must demonstrate knowledge and responsibilities with relation to risk management and mishap prevention) AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.2.
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1.6.28.2. Understand and enforce the safety and health standards that apply to their areas, operations and operations involving their subordinates. (T-0) Demonstrate knowledge of their roles and responsibilities with relation to risk management and mishap prevention. (T-0)

Do work center supervisors not require personnel to work in environments and conditions hazardous to their safety or health without first providing adequate elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and/or PPE? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.3.
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1.6.28.3. Shall not require personnel to work in environments and conditions hazardous to their safety or health without first providing adequate elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and/or PPE. (T-0)

Do work center supervisors provide safe working conditions by:
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29 CFR 1960.9, Supervisory responsibilities https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1960/1960.9

1.6.28.4.1. Ensuring required guards, interlocks, enclosures, other protective equipment and tools are provided, used, properly maintained, and inspected daily prior to use. (T-0)

1.6.28.4. Shall provide safe working conditions by:

1.6.28.4.2. Providing required safety related training. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.3. Providing proper required PPE. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.4. Exercising control over job tasks to ensure personnel follow all precautions and safety measures, including the proper use of PPE. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.5. Taking immediate action to correct any violation of safety rules observed or reported to them. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.6. Ensuring actions are taken to promptly eliminate hazards and correct deficiencies, and ensure any hazards identified by an AF Form 1118, Notice of Hazard, are added to the JSTO and employees are trained on the interim control measures and documented IAW paragraph 14.1, Job Safety Training Outline (JSTO). (T-1)

1.6.28.4.1. Ensuring required guards, interlocks, enclosures, other protective equipment and tools are provided, used, properly maintained, and inspected daily prior to use. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.2. Providing required safety related training. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.3. Providing proper required PPE. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.4. Exercising control over job tasks to ensure personnel follow all precautions and safety measures, including the proper use of PPE. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.5. Taking immediate action to correct any violation of safety rules observed or reported to them. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.6. Ensuring actions are taken to promptly eliminate hazards and correct deficiencies, and ensure any hazards identified by an AF Form 1118, Notice of Hazard, are added to the JSTO and employees are trained on the interim control measures and documented IAW paragraph 14.1, Job Safety Training Outline (JSTO). (T-1)

Has Work Center/Shop Supervisors used risk management techniques to analyze work environment and job tasks for hazards? Conduct a Deliberate Risk Assessment or JHA of job tasks as required to determine potential hazards for each work task? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.5.
Select Cause:

1.6.28.5. Use risk management techniques to analyze work environment and job tasks for hazards. Conduct a Deliberate Risk Assessment or JHA of job tasks as required to determine potential hazards for each work task. It shall be accomplished when new equipment is installed, equipment is modified/relocated or new procedures are implemented in critical or hazardous operations (T-1) Refer to paragraph 13.6, Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), for additional guidance.

Do Work Center/Shop Supervisors ensure planned workloads are assigned to qualified employees ensuring they understand the work to be completed along with the potential hazards and abatement for those hazards? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.9.
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1.6.28.9. Planned workloads will be assigned to qualified employees ensuring they understand the work to be completed along with the potential hazards and abatement for those hazards. (T-0)

Do Work Center/Shop Supervisors provide and document work area specific safety, fire protection and health OJT to all DoD employees and volunteers before assigning them duty tasks requiring this training? This includes OSHA, AFOSH directives, AFPDs, AFIs, AFMANs, etc. Review JSTO annually, update and retrain employees when new tasks or equipment are added, or when existing tasks change, whichever comes first. AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.8.
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1.6.28.8. Provide and document work area specific safety, fire protection and health OJT to all DoD employees and volunteers before assigning them duty tasks requiring this training. (T-0) This includes OSHA, AFOSH directives, AFPDs, AFIs, AFMANs, etc. Review JSTO annually, update and retrain employees when new tasks or equipment are added, or when existing tasks change, whichever comes first. (T-0)
1.6.28.8.1. The home station supervisor shall ensure a copy of the documented training is sent with the deploying personnel and the deployed supervisor shall collect the documentation from the deployed individual. (T-1)
1.6.28.8.2. Ensure subordinates receive a safety briefing from the temporary duty (TDY) locations safety staff on known hazards associated with TDY locations. (T-1) Provide and document job safety training at the TDY locations as specified in paragraph 1.6.28.13 (T-1) The TDY supervisor will ensure the individual is provided a copy of the documented training to return to the home station supervisor. (T-1)

Have Work Center/Shop Supervisors Conducted and documented monthly spot inspections of their work areas? Look on SharePoint for Documentation AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.14.
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1.6.28.14. Conduct and document monthly spot inspections of their work areas IAW paragraph 3.7 of this instruction. (T-1)

Do Work Center/Shop Supervisors ensure safety program requirements are part of measurement of non-supervisory personnel’s performance appraisals using guidance provided by AF/A1? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.19.
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1.6.28.19. Ensure safety program requirements are part of measurement of non-supervisory personnel’s performance appraisals using guidance provided by AF/A1. (T-1)

Safety Promotion Support
Safety Promotion Support is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

Do unit leaders endorse a Learning Culture by showing a willingness to change procedures and practices based on uncovered hazards and mistakes? Is A Flexible Culture is continuously promoted and reinforced by leadership actions throughout organizations by empowering personnel to recommend procedural and behavioral changes to manage risk AFI 91-202, para. 13.1.3.4.2.3., 13.1.3.4.2.4.
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13.1.3.4.2.3. A Learning Culture exists when the organization is not afraid to change direction, processes, or way of doing business simply because it’s always been done that way. Leaders endorse a Learning Culture by showing a willingness to change procedures and practices based on uncovered hazards and mistakes.

13.1.3.4.2.4. A Flexible Culture is continuously promoted and reinforced by leadership actions throughout organizations by empowering personnel to recommend procedural and behavioral changes to manage risk.

Does unit leadership Ensure Airmen are provided safety awareness information and does the unit provide ongoing training into the mishap prevention program? Training should include hazard identification, control and reporting procedures. AFI 91-202, para. 13.1.3.4.2.3.
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13.1.3.4.2.3. A Learning Culture exists when the organization is not afraid to change direction, processes, or way of doing business simply because it’s always been done that way. Leaders endorse a Learning Culture by showing a willingness to change procedures and practices based on uncovered hazards and mistakes.

USR Responsibilities
USR Responsibilities is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

Does the USR advise the commander on safety matters, including latent conditions, which are deficiencies within the organization or supervision negatively affecting job performance, hazards or mishap outcome? AFI 91-202, Para. 2.2.2.1.
Select Cause:

2.2.2.1. Advise the commander on safety matters, including latent conditions, which are deficiencies within the organization or supervision negatively affecting job performance, hazards or mishap outcome. (T-2)

Does USR conduct and document spot inspections in conjunction with facility managers when possible? AFI 91-202, Para. 2.2.2.2.
Select Cause:

2.2.2.2. Conduct and document spot inspections in conjunction with facility managers when possible and IAW paragraph 3.7 (T-2)

Does the USR assist unit personnel with mishap reporting requirements. (T-1) Assist unit commander and supervisors in mishap investigation when required to include OSHA’s Rapid Response Report when needed. AFI 91-202, Para. 2.2.2.3.
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2.2.2.3. Assist unit personnel with mishap reporting requirements. (T-1) Assist unit commander and supervisors in mishap investigation when required to include OSHA’s Rapid Response Report. (T-2)

Has the USR conducted and documented safety briefings and provide unit personnel with educational safety materials? AFI 91-202, Para. 2.2.2.5.
Select Cause:

2.2.2.5. Conduct and document safety briefings and provide unit personnel with educational safety materials. (T-2)

Does the USR Facilitate the inspection and assessment process for their unit and accompany safety office personnel on the formal inspection and assessment? AFI 91-202, Para. 2.2.2.7.
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2.2.2.7. Facilitate the inspection and assessment process for their unit and accompany safety office personnel on the formal inspection and assessment. (T-2)

Does the USRs and work center supervisor ensure appropriate follow-up actions (every 30 days) are conducted and documented until findings are closed. AFI 91-202, Para. 3.7.3.
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3.7.3. Work center/shop supervisors and USRs will ensure appropriate follow-up actions (every 30 days) are conducted and documented until findings are closed. (T-1) Documentation of spot inspections will include the following as a minimum. Local safety staffs may prescribe additional items. Local safety staffs may prescribe additional items.

Does USR advise the commander on safety related matters at least on a quarterly basis or more frequently as necessary and document key elements briefed? AFI 91-202, Para. 8.5.1.
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8.5.1. Advise the commander on safety related matters at least on a quarterly basis or more frequently as necessary and document key elements briefed. (T-2)

Has the USR ensured mishap notification procedures are established in the unit and assist installation safety, unit commander, and supervisors with mishap investigations. AFI 91-202, Para. 8.5.3.
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8.5.3. Ensure mishap notification procedures are established in the unit and assist installation safety, unit commander, and supervisors with mishap investigations. (T-1)

Comply with the safety program requirements to include attending USR meetings. AFI 91-202, Para. 8.5.6.
Select Cause:

8.5.6. Comply with the safety program requirements to include attending USR meetings. (T-1)

Has the USR posted AFVA 91-209, Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Program, in a conspicuous location readily accessible to all employees and applicants for employment? AFI 91-202, Para. 8.5.7.
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8.5.7. Post AFVA 91-209, Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Program, in a conspicuous location readily accessible to all employees and applicants for employment. (T-1)

Does USR provide the safety office with a current listing of all facilities owned/used by their unit for safety inspection purposes? AFI 91-202, Para. 8.5.9.
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8.5.9. Provide a Rapid Response Report for OSHA when requested by the safety office. (T-1)

MSR Responsibilities
MSR Responsibilities is rated:

AFI 91-207, THE US AIR FORCE TRAFFIC SAFETY
PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-207/afi91-207.pdf

Does the MSR act as focal point for information on motorcycle training, education, mentorship, AFSAS training module-MUSTT? AFI 91-207, para. 1.3.9.1.
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1.3.9.1. Be the focal point for information on motorcycle training, education, mentorship and AFSAS Training module-MUSTT. (T-1).

Does the MSR assist the commander in identifying mentors to manage the unit’s mentorship program based on their riding experience, proficiency, and demeanor in riding? Note: Mentorship programs are encouraged but not mandatory. AFI 91-207, Para. 1.3.9.2.
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1.3.9.2. Assist commander in identifying mentors to manage the unit's mentorship program based on their riding experience, proficiency and demeanor in riding. (T-1).

Does the MSR brief on-road motorcycle operators within 30-days of arrival or identification? AFI 91-207, Para. 1.3.9.3.
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1.3.9.3. Brief on-road motorcycle operators, within 30 duty-days of arrival or identification. Briefing topics will include items prescribed in Unit Motorcycle Safety Briefing Checklist, Attachment 2. (T-1). AFRC and ANG operators will complete initial motorcycle safety briefing within two unit training assemblies. (T-2).

Does the MSR coordinate with the unit commander on the preseason/annual motorcycle safety briefing? AFI 91-207, Para. 1.3.9.4.
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1.3.9.4. Coordinate with the unit commander on the preseason/annual motorcycle safety briefing, see Attachment 3. (T-1).

Does the MSR use the AFSAS MUSTT to track AF Military personnel on-road motorcycle operator’s training, briefings, and demographics? AFI 91-207, Para. 1.3.9.5.
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1.3.9.5. Use the AFSAS Training module-MUSTT to track AF Military personnel on-road motorcycle operator’s trainings, briefings and demographics. (T-1).

Does the MSR review the unit’s MUSTT accounts annually for current training and ridership? AFI 91-207, Para. 1.3.9.5.2.

1.3.9.5.2. Review unit MUSTT accounts annually for current training and ridership. (T-2).

CC Involvement
CC Involvement is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

Does Unit Commander ensure safety and occupational health program requirements and mishap prevention are part of the measurement of Squadron commanders and senior civilian supervisory personnel’s performance appraisals using guidance provided by AF/A1? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.21.10.
Select Cause:

1.6.21.10. Ensures safety and occupational health program requirements and mishap prevention are part of the measurement of group/squadron commanders and senior civilian supervisory personnel’s performance appraisals using guidance provided by AF/A1. (T-0)

Has the Commander directed implementation and provided resources for their units mishap prevention program? Have they established a management strategy that integrates safety and health into all operations and missions and ensure functional managers and supervisors take actions to mitigate hazards and reduce risk? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.1., 1.6.27.2, 1.6.27.8
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1.6.27.2. Implement a safety and health program in their unit or area of responsibility. Where commanders are not authorized full-time safety personnel, they will appoint a primary and alternate Unit Safety Representative (USR) to assist them in implementing their safety program. (T-1) Notify the installation safety office, in writing, of the appointment of USRs in order to schedule USRs for training. (T-1)

1.6.27.8. Establish a management strategy integrating safety and health into all operations and missions and ensure functional managers and supervisors take actions to mitigate hazards and reduce risk. (T-1)

Has Unit Commander ensured safety and health training, to include risk management, is provided to all personnel based on requirements from regulatory guidance(OSHA, AFOSH, NFPA, etc.), and the specific needs of the organization? This includes providing necessary time and resources for USR's and Work Center/Shop Supervisors to attend safety training. AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.3.
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1.6.27.3. Ensure safety and health training, to include risk management, is provided to all personnel based on requirements from regulatory guidance, and the specific needs of the organization. (T-1)

Does Unit Commander ensure a proactive mishap prevention program is implemented to include procurement and proper use of PPE, and facility compliance with AFOSH guidance and OSHA standards? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.5.
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1.6.27.5. Ensure a proactive mishap prevention program is implemented to include procurement and proper use of PPE, and facility compliance with AFOSH guidance and OSHA standards. Note: Overseas installations will also need to consider host nation standards. (T-0)

Are requests for equipment, products and services using purchase orders and/or Government Purchase Card reviewed for potential safety and health impacts by ensuring purchases are coordinated through installation safety office? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.7
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1.6.27.7. Ensure request for equipment, products and services using purchase orders and/or Government Purchase Card are reviewed for potential safety and health impact IAW AFI 64-117, Air Force Government-Wide Purchase Card (GPC) Program, and AFI 32-7086, Hazardous Materials Management. Note: Ensure government purchase card program addresses requirement to coordinate purchase of hazardous chemicals, munitions and industry equipment through the installation safety office. (T-2)

Has the Unit Commander appointed a primary and alternate Unit Safety Representative to assist them in implementing their safety program? Did they notify the installation safety office inwriting, of the appointment of USRs in order to schedule USRs for training? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.2.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.2. Implement a safety and health program in their unit or area of responsibility. Where commanders are not authorized full-time safety personnel, they will appoint a primary and alternate Unit Safety Representative (USR) to assist them in implementing their safety program. (T-1) Notify the installation safety office, in writing, of the appointment of USRs in order to schedule USRs for training. (T-1)

Does the Unit Commander implement and use RM principles at all levels within the unit? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.4.
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1.6.27.4. Implement and use RM principles at all levels within the unit. (T-2)

Does Commander ensure hazard abatement actions needed to control identified hazards are implemented and follow-up actions are completed? Has Commander updated fire, safety and BE offices, as appropriate, on abatement actions every 180 days until the hazard(s) is abated? (look at AF Form 3 for commanders updates) AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.6.
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1.6.27.6. Ensure hazard abatement actions needed to control identified hazards are implemented and follow-up actions are complete. Update fire, safety and BE offices, as appropriate, on abatement actions every 180 days until the hazard(s) is abated. (T-1)

Has Commander Ensured all personnel are briefed on the findings and recommendations contained in occupational and environmental health risk assessments and reports? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.9.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.9. Ensure all personnel are briefed on the findings and recommendations contained in occupational and environmental health risk assessments and reports. (T-0) A copy of the survey report will be posted in a conspicuous location in the workplace for a period of 10 days after receipt to allow all employees free access to the findings. (T-0) These reports will be maintained on file in the workplace for a minimum of two years. (T-0)

Has Commander communicated safety and health expectations to personnel in their command and hold them accountable for compliance with applicable standards? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.11.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.11. Communicate safety and health expectations to personnel in their command and hold them accountable for compliance with applicable standards. (T-1)

Has Unit Commander appointed a Motorcycle Safety Representative? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.13.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.13. Appoint Motorcycle Safety Representatives IAW AFI 91-207, The US Air Force Traffic Safety Program. (T-1)

Select Checklist(s):
CC Involvement
CC Involvement is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

Does Unit Commander ensure safety and occupational health program requirements and mishap prevention are part of the measurement of Squadron commanders and senior civilian supervisory personnel’s performance appraisals using guidance provided by AF/A1? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.21.10.
Select Cause:

1.6.21.10. Ensures safety and occupational health program requirements and mishap prevention are part of the measurement of group/squadron commanders and senior civilian supervisory personnel’s performance appraisals using guidance provided by AF/A1. (T-0)

Has the Commander directed implementation and provided resources for their units mishap prevention program? Have they established a management strategy that integrates safety and health into all operations and missions and ensure functional managers and supervisors take actions to mitigate hazards and reduce risk? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.1., 1.6.27.2, 1.6.27.8
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1.6.27.2. Implement a safety and health program in their unit or area of responsibility. Where commanders are not authorized full-time safety personnel, they will appoint a primary and alternate Unit Safety Representative (USR) to assist them in implementing their safety program. (T-1) Notify the installation safety office, in writing, of the appointment of USRs in order to schedule USRs for training. (T-1)

1.6.27.8. Establish a management strategy integrating safety and health into all operations and missions and ensure functional managers and supervisors take actions to mitigate hazards and reduce risk. (T-1)

Has Unit Commander ensured safety and health training, to include risk management, is provided to all personnel based on requirements from regulatory guidance(OSHA, AFOSH, NFPA, etc.), and the specific needs of the organization? This includes providing necessary time and resources for USR's and Work Center/Shop Supervisors to attend safety training. AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.3.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.3. Ensure safety and health training, to include risk management, is provided to all personnel based on requirements from regulatory guidance, and the specific needs of the organization. (T-1)

Does Unit Commander ensure a proactive mishap prevention program is implemented to include procurement and proper use of PPE, and facility compliance with AFOSH guidance and OSHA standards? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.5.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.5. Ensure a proactive mishap prevention program is implemented to include procurement and proper use of PPE, and facility compliance with AFOSH guidance and OSHA standards. Note: Overseas installations will also need to consider host nation standards. (T-0)

Are requests for equipment, products and services using purchase orders and/or Government Purchase Card reviewed for potential safety and health impacts by ensuring purchases are coordinated through installation safety office? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.7
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1.6.27.7. Ensure request for equipment, products and services using purchase orders and/or Government Purchase Card are reviewed for potential safety and health impact IAW AFI 64-117, Air Force Government-Wide Purchase Card (GPC) Program, and AFI 32-7086, Hazardous Materials Management. Note: Ensure government purchase card program addresses requirement to coordinate purchase of hazardous chemicals, munitions and industry equipment through the installation safety office. (T-2)

Has the Unit Commander appointed a primary and alternate Unit Safety Representative to assist them in implementing their safety program? Did they notify the installation safety office inwriting, of the appointment of USRs in order to schedule USRs for training? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.2.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.2. Implement a safety and health program in their unit or area of responsibility. Where commanders are not authorized full-time safety personnel, they will appoint a primary and alternate Unit Safety Representative (USR) to assist them in implementing their safety program. (T-1) Notify the installation safety office, in writing, of the appointment of USRs in order to schedule USRs for training. (T-1)

Does the Unit Commander implement and use RM principles at all levels within the unit? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.4.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.4. Implement and use RM principles at all levels within the unit. (T-2)

Does Commander ensure hazard abatement actions needed to control identified hazards are implemented and follow-up actions are completed? Has Commander updated fire, safety and BE offices, as appropriate, on abatement actions every 180 days until the hazard(s) is abated? (look at AF Form 3 for commanders updates) AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.6.
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1.6.27.6. Ensure hazard abatement actions needed to control identified hazards are implemented and follow-up actions are complete. Update fire, safety and BE offices, as appropriate, on abatement actions every 180 days until the hazard(s) is abated. (T-1)

Has Commander Ensured all personnel are briefed on the findings and recommendations contained in occupational and environmental health risk assessments and reports? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.9.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.9. Ensure all personnel are briefed on the findings and recommendations contained in occupational and environmental health risk assessments and reports. (T-0) A copy of the survey report will be posted in a conspicuous location in the workplace for a period of 10 days after receipt to allow all employees free access to the findings. (T-0) These reports will be maintained on file in the workplace for a minimum of two years. (T-0)

Has Commander communicated safety and health expectations to personnel in their command and hold them accountable for compliance with applicable standards? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.11.
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1.6.27.11. Communicate safety and health expectations to personnel in their command and hold them accountable for compliance with applicable standards. (T-1)

Has Unit Commander appointed a Motorcycle Safety Representative? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.13.
Select Cause:

1.6.27.13. Appoint Motorcycle Safety Representatives IAW AFI 91-207, The US Air Force Traffic Safety Program. (T-1)

Training
Training is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

AFMAN 31-229, USAF SMALL ARMS AND LIGHT
WEAPONS HANDLING PROCEDURES https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_a4/publication/afman31-129/afman31-129.pdf

DESR6055.09_AFMAN91-201, EXPLOSIVES SAFETY STANDARDS https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/desr6055.09_afman91-201/desr_6055.09_afman91-201.pdf

Work center JSTO

Work Center:

Has work center/shop supervisor created a work center-specific JSTO based on AFI 91-202 and OSHA requirements? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.7. 29 CFR 1960.59(a)
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1960.59(a)
Each agency shall provide appropriate safety and health training for employees including specialized job safety and health training appropriate to the work performed by the employee, for example: Clerical; printing; welding; crane operation; chemical analysis, and computer operations. Such training also shall inform employees of the agency occupational safety and health program, with emphasis on their rights and responsibilities.
1960.59(b)
Occupational safety and health training for employees of the agency who are representatives of employee groups, such as labor organizations which are recognized by the agency, shall include both introductory and specialized courses and materials that will enable such groups to function appropriately in ensuring safe and healthful working conditions and practices in the workplace and enable them to effectively assist in conducting workplace safety and health inspections. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to alter training provisions provided by law, Executive Order, or collective bargaining arrangements

1.6.28.7. Develop a work center-specific JSTO based on paragraph 14.1 on safety, fire protection/prevention and health requirements. (T-0) Documents will be maintained and centrally located, readily available to supervisor and individual. (T-0) The mandatory items can be documented as one item, i.e., course code for JSTO mandatory training. Job specific items and any additional training identified in a BE survey will be documented individually, as appropriate. (T-0)

Has work center/shop supervisor provided and documented safety training to all newly assigned individuals (i.e., PCS, PCA or work center change to include deployment) on the hazards of their job before they start work and immediately when there is a change in equipment, processes, work environment or safety, fire and health requirements? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.1. 29 CFR 1960.59(a)
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1960.59(a)
Each agency shall provide appropriate safety and health training for employees including specialized job safety and health training appropriate to the work performed by the employee, for example: Clerical; printing; welding; crane operation; chemical analysis, and computer operations. Such training also shall inform employees of the agency occupational safety and health program, with emphasis on their rights and responsibilities.
1960.59(b)
Occupational safety and health training for employees of the agency who are representatives of employee groups, such as labor organizations which are recognized by the agency, shall include both introductory and specialized courses and materials that will enable such groups to function appropriately in ensuring safe and healthful working conditions and practices in the workplace and enable them to effectively assist in conducting workplace safety and health inspections. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to alter training provisions provided by law, Executive Order, or collective bargaining arrangements

14.1.1. Training Requirements. Supervisors will provide and document safety training to all newly assigned individuals (i.e., PCS, PCA or work center change to include deployment) on the hazards of their job before they start work and immediately when there is a change in equipment, processes, work environment or safety, fire and health requirements. Refresher training will be conducted and documented when employees demonstrate a lack of understanding of their required safety responsibilities or training such as is called for in AFMAN 91-203, Chapter 21, Hazardous Energy Control, has a specified frequency for recurrence. (T-1)

Is the JSTO maintained and centrally located so that it is readily available to the supervisor and the individual? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.7.
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1.6.28.7. Develop a work center-specific JSTO based on paragraph 14.1 on safety, fire protection/prevention and health requirements. (T-0) Documents will be maintained and centrally located, readily available to supervisor and individual. (T-0) The mandatory items can be documented as one item, i.e., course code for JSTO mandatory training. Job specific items and any additional training identified in a BE survey will be documented individually, as appropriate. (T-0)

Has the JSTO been reviewed by the supervisor at least annually and does the review documentation include the date of the review and name of the person conducting the review? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.1.1.
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14.1.1.1. Supervisors will review and update the JSTO annually and/or when there is a change in equipment, processes or safety, fire and health requirements, to include procedural input as a result of a completed JHA. JSTO reviews will be accomplished by the supervisor and documented with the date of review and the person conducting the review. Safety, fire protection and health personnel will provide technical assistance to supervisors in developing a training outline to meet AFI/AFOSH requirements. JSTOs will be reviewed by safety inspectors during the scheduled safety assessment. (T-1)

Does the work center JSTO describe specific hazards of the job such as crushing hazards, burn hazards, chemical exposure, ladder use and falls and describe the hierarchal controls used to reduce potential hazards of the workplace? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.1.
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14.1.2. Mandatory Items. The Job Safety Training Outline will be developed and used by supervisors to instruct all employees on work place specific hazards upon initial assignment and when work conditions or tasks change. The items below are mandatory, minimum topics the supervisor must ensure their employees receive training on prior to performing tasks in the work center. Topics addressed by other sources can be directly referenced in the JSTO to prevent redundancy and still adequately cover the required topics. Document training as specified in paragraph 1.6.27.7.1 Deployed and installation commanders may dictate more stringent requirements. (T-1)

14.1.2.1. Describe hazards of the job that apply to their work place. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.1. Specific hazards such as crushing hazards, burn hazards, chemical exposure, ladder use and falls, etc.
14.1.2.1.2. Hazards in the work environment such as flight line issues, weather hazards, loud noises in the shop, etc.
14.1.2.1.3. Applicable safety guidance such as TOs, job guides, JHAs, manufacturer’s instructions, etc.
14.1.2.1.4. Describe hierarchal controls used to reduce hazard potential of these work place hazards IAW the following concepts (Refer to AFMAN 48-146 and AFPAM 90-803 for additional and detailed guidance):
14.1.2.1.4.1. Elimination. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.2. Engineering controls. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.3. Substitution.(T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.4. Administrative controls. (T-1)

Does the JSTO describe hazards in the work environment such as flight line issues, weather hazards or loud noises in the shop and describe the hierarchal controls used to reduce potential hazards of the workplace? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.1.2.
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14.1.2. Mandatory Items. The Job Safety Training Outline will be developed and used by supervisors to instruct all employees on work place specific hazards upon initial assignment and when work conditions or tasks change. The items below are mandatory, minimum topics the supervisor must ensure their employees receive training on prior to performing tasks in the work center. Topics addressed by other sources can be directly referenced in the JSTO to prevent redundancy and still adequately cover the required topics. Document training as specified in paragraph 1.6.27.7.1 Deployed and installation commanders may dictate more stringent requirements. (T-1)

14.1.2.1. Describe hazards of the job that apply to their work place. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.1. Specific hazards such as crushing hazards, burn hazards, chemical exposure, ladder use and falls, etc.
14.1.2.1.2. Hazards in the work environment such as flight line issues, weather hazards, loud noises in the shop, etc.
14.1.2.1.3. Applicable safety guidance such as TOs, job guides, JHAs, manufacturer’s instructions, etc.
14.1.2.1.4. Describe hierarchal controls used to reduce hazard potential of these work place hazards IAW the following concepts (Refer to AFMAN 48-146 and AFPAM 90-803 for additional and detailed guidance):
14.1.2.1.4.1. Elimination. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.2. Engineering controls. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.3. Substitution.(T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.4. Administrative controls. (T-1)

Does the JSTO describe applicable safety guidance such as TO's, job guides, JHA's, manufacturer's instructions, etc.? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.1.3.
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14.1.2. Mandatory Items. The Job Safety Training Outline will be developed and used by supervisors to instruct all employees on work place specific hazards upon initial assignment and when work conditions or tasks change. The items below are mandatory, minimum topics the supervisor must ensure their employees receive training on prior to performing tasks in the work center. Topics addressed by other sources can be directly referenced in the JSTO to prevent redundancy and still adequately cover the required topics. Document training as specified in paragraph 1.6.27.7.1 Deployed and installation commanders may dictate more stringent requirements. (T-1)

14.1.2.1. Describe hazards of the job that apply to their work place. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.1. Specific hazards such as crushing hazards, burn hazards, chemical exposure, ladder use and falls, etc.
14.1.2.1.2. Hazards in the work environment such as flight line issues, weather hazards, loud noises in the shop, etc.
14.1.2.1.3. Applicable safety guidance such as TOs, job guides, JHAs, manufacturer’s instructions, etc.
14.1.2.1.4. Describe hierarchal controls used to reduce hazard potential of these work place hazards IAW the following concepts (Refer to AFMAN 48-146 and AFPAM 90-803 for additional and detailed guidance):
14.1.2.1.4.1. Elimination. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.2. Engineering controls. (T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.3. Substitution.(T-1)
14.1.2.1.4.4. Administrative controls. (T-1)

Does the JSTO describe and provide training for required use of PPE as determined by work place Risk Assessments, TO's, job orders or instructions, or recommendations from the safety office and BE? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.2. 29 CFR 1910.132(f)
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1910.132(f)
Training.
1910.132(f)(1)
The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE. Each such employee shall be trained to know at least the following:
1910.132(f)(1)(i)
When PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(ii)
What PPE is necessary;
1910.132(f)(1)(iii)
How to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE;
1910.132(f)(1)(iv)
The limitations of the PPE; and,
1910.132(f)(1)(v)
The proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE

14.1.2.2. Required use of PPE as determined by a JHA, requirements directed by TO, job order or instruction, recommendations from the safety office and BE.
14.1.2.2.1. Training must include donning, doffing, cleaning, maintaining, storing and disposal of PPE.
14.1.2.2.2. Personnel who wear contact lens or have medical conditions or take medications that may affect the use or wear of PPE will be reminded that they must notify their supervisor immediately. (See paragraph 1.6.29.1).

Does the JSTO describe the requirements for reporting unsafe equipment, conditions or procedures to the supervisor immediately and that this can be done without fear of retaliation? Shall include purpose and location of the AF Form 457 and purpose and means to access the ASAP Process. AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.4. 29 CFR 1960.28
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1960.28(a)
The purpose of employee reports is to inform agencies of the existence of, or potential for, unsafe or unhealthful working conditions. A report under this part is not a grievance.
1960.28(b)
This section provides guidance in establishing a channel of communication between agency employees and those with responsibilities for safety and health matters, e.g., their supervisor, the agency safety and health officials, safety and health committees, safety and health inspectors, the head of the agency, or the Secretary. These channels of communication are intended to assure prompt analysis and response to reports of unsafe or unhealthful working conditions in accordance with the requirements of Executive Order 12196. Since many safety and health problems can be eliminated as soon as they are identified, the existence of a formal channel of communication shall not preclude immediate corrective action by an employee's supervisor in response to oral reports of unsafe or unhealthful working conditions where such action is possible. Nor should an employee be required to await the outcome of such an oral report before filing a written report pursuant to the provisions of this section.

14.1.2.4. Requirements for reporting unsafe equipment, conditions or procedures to supervisor immediately. Procedures must include notification to employees that reporting unsafe conditions or work related injury or illnesses can be reported without fear of retaliation. (T-0)
14.1.2.4.1. Purpose and location of AF Form 457, USAF Hazard Report. (T-1)
14.1.2.4.2. Purpose and means to access the ASAP process. (T-1)

Does JSTO cover work centers emergency action plans? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.3. 29 CFR 1910.38(c)
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1910.38(a)
Application. An employer must have an emergency action plan whenever an OSHA standard in this part requires one. The requirements in this section apply to each such emergency action plan.
1910.38(b)
Written and oral emergency action plans. An emergency action plan must be in writing, kept in the workplace, and available to employees for review. However, an employer with 10 or fewer employees may communicate the plan orally to employees.
1910.38(c)
Minimum elements of an emergency action plan. An emergency action plan must include at a minimum:
1910.38(c)(1)
Procedures for reporting a fire or other emergency;
1910.38(c)(2)
Procedures for emergency evacuation, including type of evacuation and exit route assignments;
1910.38(c)(3)
Procedures to be followed by employees who remain to operate critical plant operations before they evacuate;
1910.38(c)(4)
Procedures to account for all employees after evacuation;
1910.38(c)(5)
Procedures to be followed by employees performing rescue or medical duties; and
1910.38(c)(6)
The name or job title of every employee who may be contacted by employees who need more information about the plan or an explanation of their duties under the plan.
1910.38(d)
Employee alarm system. An employer must have and maintain an employee alarm system. The employee alarm system must use a distinctive signal for each purpose and comply with the requirements in § 1910.165.
1910.38(e)
Training. An employer must designate and train employees to assist in a safe and orderly evacuation of other employees.
1910.38(f)
Review of emergency action plan. An employer must review the emergency action plan with each employee covered by the plan:
1910.38(f)(1)
When the plan is developed or the employee is assigned initially to a job;
1910.38(f)(2)
When the employee's responsibilities under the plan change; and
1910.38(f)(3)
When the plan is changed.

14.1.2.3. Emergency action and fire prevention plans applicable to the work place; refer to emergency management plans for additional information. Location and use of emergency and fire protection equipment (i.e. alarms, AEDs and extinguishers) will also be addressed. (T-1)

Does JSTO cover work centers fire prevention plan to include the location and use of fire protection equipment such as alarms, AEDs, and fire extinguishers AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.2.3. 29 CFR 1910.39(d)
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1910.39(a)
Application. An employer must have a fire prevention plan when an OSHA standard in this part requires one. The requirements in this section apply to each such fire prevention plan.
1910.39(b)
Written and oral fire prevention plans. A fire prevention plan must be in writing, be kept in the workplace, and be made available to employees for review. However, an employer with 10 or fewer employees may communicate the plan orally to employees.
1910.39(c)
Minimum elements of a fire prevention plan. A fire prevention plan must include:
1910.39(c)(1)
A list of all major fire hazards, proper handling and storage procedures for hazardous materials, potential ignition sources and their control, and the type of fire protection equipment necessary to control each major hazard;
1910.39(c)(2)
Procedures to control accumulations of flammable and combustible waste materials;
1910.39(c)(3)
Procedures for regular maintenance of safeguards installed on heat-producing equipment to prevent the accidental ignition of combustible materials;
1910.39(c)(4)
The name or job title of employees responsible for maintaining equipment to prevent or control sources of ignition or fires; and
1910.39(c)(5)
The name or job title of employees responsible for the control of fuel source hazards.
1910.39(d)
Employee information. An employer must inform employees upon initial assignment to a job of the fire hazards to which they are exposed. An employer must also review with each employee those parts of the fire prevention plan necessary for self-protection.

14.1.2.3. Emergency action and fire prevention plans applicable to the work place; refer to emergency management plans for additional information. Location and use of emergency and fire protection equipment (i.e. alarms, AEDs and extinguishers) will also be addressed. (T-1)

Does the JSTO detail additional specific training requirements such as Hazardous Energy Control, HAZCOM, Blood borne Pathogens, Hearing Conservation, Confined Space Program, Manual and Powered Hoists, Respiratory Protection Program, Vehicle Mounted Elevated Work Platforms, Self-Propelled and Manual Platforms, Fall Arrest Systems, Forklifts and Material Handling Equipment, Explosive Safety Training, Pole/Tower Climbing, CPR Training, Flight line Driving, Fetal Protection Program, Medical Surveillance Examination, Electromagnetic Field Training, Laser Safety Training, or As Low As Reasonably Achievable Ionizing Radiation Training? AFI 91-202, Para. 14.1.3.
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14.1.3. Job Specific Training Items. Supervisors will provide specific training based on the program requirements of the work place, provide application-level training, and document prior to employee performing task. If the Career Field Education Training Plan (CFETP) covers a particular training program, then no additional documentation beyond the CFETP is required. Note: Subjects listed below may not be mandatory for every job, but are dependent upon the type job/tasks individuals will be performing. Items listed below may not be all inclusive, refer to specific program requirements. (T-2)
14.1.3.1. Hazardous Energy Control. Reference: 29 CFR §1910.147 and AFI 91-203, Chapter 21, Hazardous Energy Control. (T-2)
14.1.3.2. Hazard Communication. Reference: AFI 90-821, Hazard Communication, and 29 CFR § 1910.1200. (T-2)
14.1.3.3. Bloodborne Pathogens. Reference: 29 CFR § 1910.1030. (T-2)
14.1.3.4. Hearing Conservation. Reference: AFI 48-127, Occupational Noise and Hearing Conservation Program. (T-2)
14.1.3.5. Confined Space Program (Entrant, Attendant, Supervisor, Monitor and Rescue Team). Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 23, Confined Spaces, and 29 CFR § 1910.146. (T-2)
14.1.3.6. Manual and Powered Hoists. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 35, Material Handling Equipment. (T-2)
14.1.3.7. Respiratory Protection Program. Use AF Form 2767, Occupational Health Training and Protective Equipment Fit Testing (LRA). Reference: AFI 48-137, Respiratory Protection Program. (T-2)
14.1.3.8. Vehicle Mounted Elevated Work Platforms, Self-Propelled and Manual Platforms. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 16, Mobile Elevating Work Platforms. (T-2)
14.1.3.9. Fall Arrest System(s). Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 13, Fall Protection, 29 CFR 1910.66 and 29 CFR 1926.503. (T-2)
14.1.3.10. Forklift (Material Handling Equipment). Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 35, and 29 CFR 1910.178. (T-2)
14.1.3.11. Explosives Safety Training. Reference: AFMAN 91-201, Explosives Safety Standards, and this instruction. (T-2)
14.1.3.12. Pole/Tower Climbing. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 30, Communication Cable, Antenna and Communication Systems. (T-2)
14.1.3.13. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 1, Introduction. (T-2)
14.1.3.14. Flight Line Driving. Reference: AFI 91-203, Chapter 24, Aircraft Flight Line – Ground Operations and Activities, and other governing directives. (T-2)
14.1.3.15. Fetal Protection Program. Job Specific. Reference: AFMAN 48-146, Occupational & Environmental Health Program Management. Note: Air Force Reserve – AFRCI 41-104, Pregnancy of Air Force Reserve Personnel. (T-2)
14.1.3.16. Medical Surveillance Examination (Scheduling, Administration, Reporting and Follow-up). Reference: AFI 48-145, Occupational and Environmental Health Program. (T-2)
14.1.3.17. Electromagnetic Field Training (EMF). Reference: AFI 48-109, Electromagnetic Field Radiation (EMFR) Occupational and Environmental Health Program. (T-0)
14.1.3.18. Laser Safety Training. Reference: AFI 48-139, Laser and Optical Radiation Protection Program. (T-0)
14.1.3.19. As Low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA) Ionizing Radiation Training. Reference: AFI 48-148, Ionizing Radiation Protection. (T-2)

Explosives Safety Training

Work Center:

Is initial and reoccurring (every 15 months) explosives safety training given to all individuals who operate, handle, transport, maintain, load or dispose of missiles, explosives or nuclear weapons? AFI 91-202 9.11.3
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9.11.3. Weapons safety, Additional Duty Weapons Safety Representative or designated representative conducts explosives safety training, which augments the job training provided by the supervisor. (T-2) The installation weapons safety staff evaluates and monitors this training, approves lesson plans and reviews them annually. (T-2) All personnel (supervisory and non-supervisory) who operate, handle, transport, maintain, load or dispose of missiles, explosives or nuclear weapons must receive initial explosives safety training before performing any of these tasks. (T-2) All personnel tasked to work on aircraft configured with explosives/ordnance will receive training that includes how to identify an armed aircraft and a familiarization of the hazards involved when working on or around explosives loaded aircraft, ensure initial explosives safety training is provided before performing any of these tasks. (T-2) Recurring training must be provided not later than the end of the 15th month following initial training. (T-2) Exception: Personnel who store and/or handle only the following are exempt from initial and refresher explosives safety training.
9.11.3.1. Small arms ammunition, including cartridge-actuated tools in quantity-distance hazard class/division 1.4.
9.11.3.2. Document destroyers.
9.11.3.3. Small tear gas items, such as grenades.
9.11.3.4. Aircraft, vehicle and facility fire extinguisher cartridges.
9.11.3.5. Other hazard class/division 1.4 items in their packaged configuration only. Personnel who will unpack and handle unpackaged items other than the exceptions listed above still require training.

Has the Installation Weapons Safety Manager reviewed and approved work center specific explosives safety training lesson plan? AFI 91-202, Para. 9.11.3
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9.11.3. Weapons safety, Additional Duty Weapons Safety Representative or designated representative conducts explosives safety training, which augments the job training provided by the supervisor. (T-2) The installation weapons safety staff evaluates and monitors this training, approves lesson plans and reviews them annually. (T-2) All personnel (supervisory and non-supervisory) who operate, handle, transport, maintain, load or dispose of missiles, explosives or nuclear weapons must receive initial explosives safety training before performing any of these tasks. (T-2) All personnel tasked to work on aircraft configured with explosives/ordnance will receive training that includes how to identify an armed aircraft and a familiarization of the hazards involved when working on or around explosives loaded aircraft, ensure initial explosives safety training is provided before performing any of these tasks. (T-2) Recurring training must be provided not later than the end of the 15th month following initial training. (T-2)

Are all explosive safety trainers (except host/tenant WSMs), appointed in writing by their commander or in the case of weapons academics the Wing Weapons Manager appoints the trainers? AFI 91-202, Para. 9.11.3.
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9.11.3. Weapons safety, Additional Duty Weapons Safety Representative or designated representative conducts explosives safety training, which augments the job training provided by the supervisor. (T-2) The installation weapons safety staff evaluates and monitors this training, approves lesson plans and reviews them annually. (T-2) All personnel (supervisory and non-supervisory) who operate, handle, transport, maintain, load or dispose of missiles, explosives or nuclear weapons must receive initial explosives safety training before performing any of these tasks. (T-2) All personnel tasked to work on aircraft configured with explosives/ordnance will receive training that includes how to identify an armed aircraft and a familiarization of the hazards involved when working on or around explosives loaded aircraft, ensure initial explosives safety training is provided before performing any of these tasks. (T-2) Recurring training must be provided not later than the end of the 15th month following initial training. (T-2)

Are only trained personnel allowed to prepare and activate simulators and smoke producing munitions. (T-1) Training must be documented. DESR 6055.09_AFMAN 91-201, V5.E3.2.10.6.2. (Added)(AF)
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V5.E3.2.10.6.2. (Added)(AF) Only trained personnel can prepare and activate these devices. (T-1).
V5.E3.2.10.6.2.1. (Added)(AF) This training must be provided by qualified personnel on an annual basis. (T-1).

Has training for personnel who prepare and activate simulators and smoke producing munitions been provided by a qualified person on a annual basis? (T-1) DESR 6055.09_AFMAN 91-201, V5.E3.2.10.6.2.1. (Added)(AF)
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V5.E3.2.10.6.2.2. (Added)(AF) Qualified personnel who can provide training will be determined locally, but may be from EOD, munitions, or weapons safety. These personnel must have classroom instruction, pass a written test, be qualified to handle, maintain and inspect the items for which they will provide training, and be retrained annually. (T-1).
V5.E3.2.10.6.2.3. (Added)(AF) It is the responsibility of the user organization to request training and maintain training records. (T-1).

Safety Promotion Support

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

Safety Promotion Support is rated:
Do unit leaders endorse a Learning Culture by showing a willingness to change procedures and practices based on uncovered hazards and mistakes? Is A Flexible Culture is continuously promoted and reinforced by leadership actions throughout organizations by empowering personnel to recommend procedural and behavioral changes to manage risk AFI 91-202, para. 13.1.3.4.2.3., 13.1.3.4.2.4.
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13.1.3.4.2.3. A Learning Culture exists when the organization is not afraid to change direction, processes, or way of doing business simply because it’s always been done that way. Leaders endorse a Learning Culture by showing a willingness to change procedures and practices based on uncovered hazards and mistakes.

13.1.3.4.2.4. A Flexible Culture is continuously promoted and reinforced by leadership actions throughout organizations by empowering personnel to recommend procedural and behavioral changes to manage risk.

Does unit leadership Ensure Airmen are provided safety awareness information and does the unit provide ongoing training into the mishap prevention program? Training should include hazard identification, control and reporting procedures. AFI 91-202, para. 13.1.3.4.2.3.
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13.1.3.4.2.3. A Learning Culture exists when the organization is not afraid to change direction, processes, or way of doing business simply because it’s always been done that way. Leaders endorse a Learning Culture by showing a willingness to change procedures and practices based on uncovered hazards and mistakes.

Supervisor Responsibilities

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

29 CFR 1960, Basic Program Elements for Federal Employees OSHA https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1960

Compliance with Supervisor Responsibilities is rated:
Have work center supervisors implemented and provided resoures for their mishap prevention program? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.1.
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1.6.28.1. Direct implementation and provide resources for the mishap prevention program (T-0)

Do Work Center/Shop Supervisors Understand and enforce the safety and health standards that apply to their areas, operations and operations involving their subordinates? (must demonstrate knowledge and responsibilities with relation to risk management and mishap prevention) AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.2.
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1.6.28.2. Understand and enforce the safety and health standards that apply to their areas, operations and operations involving their subordinates. (T-0) Demonstrate knowledge of their roles and responsibilities with relation to risk management and mishap prevention. (T-0)

Do work center supervisors not require personnel to work in environments and conditions hazardous to their safety or health without first providing adequate elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and/or PPE? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.3.
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1.6.28.3. Shall not require personnel to work in environments and conditions hazardous to their safety or health without first providing adequate elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and/or PPE. (T-0)

Do work center supervisors provide safe working conditions by:
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29 CFR 1960.9, Supervisory responsibilities https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1960/1960.9

1.6.28.4.1. Ensuring required guards, interlocks, enclosures, other protective equipment and tools are provided, used, properly maintained, and inspected daily prior to use. (T-0)

1.6.28.4. Shall provide safe working conditions by:

1.6.28.4.2. Providing required safety related training. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.3. Providing proper required PPE. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.4. Exercising control over job tasks to ensure personnel follow all precautions and safety measures, including the proper use of PPE. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.5. Taking immediate action to correct any violation of safety rules observed or reported to them. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.6. Ensuring actions are taken to promptly eliminate hazards and correct deficiencies, and ensure any hazards identified by an AF Form 1118, Notice of Hazard, are added to the JSTO and employees are trained on the interim control measures and documented IAW paragraph 14.1, Job Safety Training Outline (JSTO). (T-1)

1.6.28.4.1. Ensuring required guards, interlocks, enclosures, other protective equipment and tools are provided, used, properly maintained, and inspected daily prior to use. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.2. Providing required safety related training. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.3. Providing proper required PPE. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.4. Exercising control over job tasks to ensure personnel follow all precautions and safety measures, including the proper use of PPE. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.5. Taking immediate action to correct any violation of safety rules observed or reported to them. (T-0)

1.6.28.4.6. Ensuring actions are taken to promptly eliminate hazards and correct deficiencies, and ensure any hazards identified by an AF Form 1118, Notice of Hazard, are added to the JSTO and employees are trained on the interim control measures and documented IAW paragraph 14.1, Job Safety Training Outline (JSTO). (T-1)

Has Work Center/Shop Supervisors used risk management techniques to analyze work environment and job tasks for hazards? Conduct a Deliberate Risk Assessment or JHA of job tasks as required to determine potential hazards for each work task? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.5.
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1.6.28.5. Use risk management techniques to analyze work environment and job tasks for hazards. Conduct a Deliberate Risk Assessment or JHA of job tasks as required to determine potential hazards for each work task. It shall be accomplished when new equipment is installed, equipment is modified/relocated or new procedures are implemented in critical or hazardous operations (T-1) Refer to paragraph 13.6, Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), for additional guidance.

Do Work Center/Shop Supervisors ensure planned workloads are assigned to qualified employees ensuring they understand the work to be completed along with the potential hazards and abatement for those hazards? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.9.
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1.6.28.9. Planned workloads will be assigned to qualified employees ensuring they understand the work to be completed along with the potential hazards and abatement for those hazards. (T-0)

Do Work Center/Shop Supervisors provide and document work area specific safety, fire protection and health OJT to all DoD employees and volunteers before assigning them duty tasks requiring this training? This includes OSHA, AFOSH directives, AFPDs, AFIs, AFMANs, etc. Review JSTO annually, update and retrain employees when new tasks or equipment are added, or when existing tasks change, whichever comes first. AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.8.
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1.6.28.8. Provide and document work area specific safety, fire protection and health OJT to all DoD employees and volunteers before assigning them duty tasks requiring this training. (T-0) This includes OSHA, AFOSH directives, AFPDs, AFIs, AFMANs, etc. Review JSTO annually, update and retrain employees when new tasks or equipment are added, or when existing tasks change, whichever comes first. (T-0)
1.6.28.8.1. The home station supervisor shall ensure a copy of the documented training is sent with the deploying personnel and the deployed supervisor shall collect the documentation from the deployed individual. (T-1)
1.6.28.8.2. Ensure subordinates receive a safety briefing from the temporary duty (TDY) locations safety staff on known hazards associated with TDY locations. (T-1) Provide and document job safety training at the TDY locations as specified in paragraph 1.6.28.13 (T-1) The TDY supervisor will ensure the individual is provided a copy of the documented training to return to the home station supervisor. (T-1)

Have Work Center/Shop Supervisors Conducted and documented monthly spot inspections of their work areas? Look on SharePoint for Documentation AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.14.
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1.6.28.14. Conduct and document monthly spot inspections of their work areas IAW paragraph 3.7 of this instruction. (T-1)

Do Work Center/Shop Supervisors ensure safety program requirements are part of measurement of non-supervisory personnel’s performance appraisals using guidance provided by AF/A1? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.19.
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1.6.28.19. Ensure safety program requirements are part of measurement of non-supervisory personnel’s performance appraisals using guidance provided by AF/A1. (T-1)

Effectiveness of Mishap Prevention Programs

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP
PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

Does supervisor report all mishaps that occur on-duty and all off-duty mishaps involving assigned military personnel, and related subsequent Airmen absences to the supporting safety office IAW AFI 91-204. AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.28.10.
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1.6.28.10. Report all mishaps that occur on-duty and all off-duty mishaps involving assigned military personnel, and related subsequent Airmen absences to the supporting safety office IAW AFI 91-204. (T-0) The AF Form 978 will be used to document Ground, Motor Vehicle and Afloat mishaps to the Unit Commander and the Installation Safety Office. (T-1) Use of the AF Form 978 for mishap reporting within the Aviation, Weapons, and Space disciplines is optional. For appropriated and Non-Appropriated Fund Air Force employee occupational injuries and illnesses, supervisors will complete the required Compensation Act/Longshore (CA/LS) forms IAW the servicing civilian personnel office or Non-Appropriated Fund Human Resources Office processes. (T-0)

Do functional managers correct hazards in their areas of responsibility? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.8.1.4.
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4.8.1. Responsibilities.
4.8.1.1. Each installation establishes a program to abate hazards based on a priority system. (T-1)
4.8.1.2. Commanders, supervisors and employees at all levels are responsible for abating hazardous conditions.
4.8.1.3. Commanders protect national resources, both human and material, and have the responsibility to take action in implementing safety measures.
4.8.1.4. Functional managers correct hazards in their areas of responsibility. (T-1)
4.8.1.5. The safety office helps commanders assess and prioritize abatement actions and provide the commander with follow-up support until the hazard is eliminated.
4.8.1.6. Send projects beyond the capability of local commanders to the parent MAJCOM/FOA/DRU. (T-1)

Do Commanders send projects beyond the capability of local commanders to the parent MAJCOM/FOA/DRU? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.8.1.6.
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4.8.1. Responsibilities.
4.8.1.1. Each installation establishes a program to abate hazards based on a priority system. (T-1)
4.8.1.2. Commanders, supervisors and employees at all levels are responsible for abating hazardous conditions.
4.8.1.3. Commanders protect national resources, both human and material, and have the responsibility to take action in implementing safety measures.
4.8.1.4. Functional managers correct hazards in their areas of responsibility. (T-1)
4.8.1.5. The safety office helps commanders assess and prioritize abatement actions and provide the commander with follow-up support until the hazard is eliminated.
4.8.1.6. Send projects beyond the capability of local commanders to the parent MAJCOM/FOA/DRU. (T-1)

Do Commanders and work center/shop supervisors utilize the hierarchy of controls to mitigate identified hazards? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.9.
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4.9. Hazard Control Hierarchy. See AFMAN 48-146 and AFPAM 90-803 for additional and detailed guidance.

Do Commanders and work center/shop supervisors work to abate RAC's 1,2,3 as soon as possible? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.10.2.1.
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4.10.2. Hazard abatement in nonmilitary-unique workplaces must:
4.10.2.1. Abate RACs 1, 2 and 3 hazards as soon as possible. (T-1)
4.10.2.2. Identify abatement actions for RACs 4 and 5 hazards as soon as possible. (T-1)

Do work center/shop supervisors post AF Form 1118 on, at or as near as possible to the hazard. However, where the nature of the hazard or workplace is such that this is not practical, post notices in a prominent place where all employees can see them. The workplace supervisor must ensure the posted AF Form 1118 is maintained in good condition and employees are kept informed of any changes. AFI 91-202, Para. 4.12.1.
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4.12. Posting Notification of Hazards. The fire, safety or health officials will complete the AF Form 1118 identifying RAC 1, 2 and 3 hazards IAW paragraph 15.1 and forward to the supervisor for posting not later than the end of the next duty day. (T-1) The control number for the AF Form 1118 will be assigned by the installation wing safety office. (T-1) This will ensure the control number is compatible with the associated AF Form 3, Hazard Abatement Plan, should it become required. A copy of the AF Form 1118 will be sent to the installation wing safety office by the office assigning the RAC. (T-1) Supervisors must alert all affected employees and contractors of the hazardous condition, any interim control measures and permanent corrective actions underway or programmed. (T-1) Supervisors post the AF Form 1118 in the workplace immediately upon receipt. AF Form 979, Danger Tag, may be used for this purpose on equipment. Refer to AFMAN 91-203 for additional guidance.

4.12.1. Location. Post AF Form 1118 on, at or as near as possible to the hazard. However, where the nature of the hazard or workplace is such that this is not practical, post notices in a prominent place where all employees can see them. The workplace supervisor must ensure the posted AF Form 1118 is maintained in good condition and employees are kept informed of any changes. (T-1) If adverse conditions are present, enclose the notice in a suitable protective cover. (T-1)
4.12.2. Removal. The issuing office will be the authority to remove a posted AF Form 1118. (T-1) Removal of notices will only occur after the hazard has been corrected, or three (3) working days (excluding weekends and federal holidays), whichever is later, following validation by the issuing authority. (T-0)

Do Squadron commanders or functional managers conduct a semiannual review of AF Forms 3 pertaining to their areas of responsibilities and reflect that review in Part IV--Semi-Annual Review Records of the AF Form 3? Do they notify Safety Personnel of any changes in the hazard abatement status? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.13.3.2.
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4.13.3. Squadron commanders or functional managers will conduct a semiannual review of AF Form 3 pertaining to their areas of responsibilities and reflect that review in Block 38 of the AF Form 3. (T-1)
4.13.3.1. Commanders/functional managers notify the safety personnel of any changes in hazard abatement status and annotate changes on the AF Form 3.
4.13.3.2. Squadron commanders or functional managers will conduct a semiannual review of AF Forms 3 pertaining to their areas of responsibilities and reflect that review in Part IV--Semi-Annual Review Records of the AF Form 3. (T-1)
4.13.3.3. Completed hazard abatement projects must be certified by the appropriate agency; safety, fire, or health, to ensure the hazard was abated properly. (T-1) Certification in this particular instance means the appropriate official has performed a site visit to verify the hazard has been fully abated.

Do commanders ensure an AF Form 457, USAF Hazard Report, or equivalent product is readily available to all personnel? AFI 91-202, Para. 4.3.
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4.3. Hazard Reporting System. Commanders must ensure an AF Form 457, USAF Hazard Report, or equivalent product is readily available to all personnel. (T-1) The AF Form 457 and its related process requirements meets the 29 CFR Part 1960 mandate for an employee hazard reporting system. Additionally, hazards may be submitted using the Airman Safety Action Program (ASAP) and MAJCOM specific hazard reporting forms. Readily available is defined as not being under lock and key or only accessible through electronic means when a member does not have immediate access to a government computer. Personnel have the option to submit hazard reports anonymously, to the responsible supervisor, or to the local safety office. To preserve easy access to the hazard report and anonymity when desired, commanders will consider posting the AF Form 457 in commonly visited areas like break rooms, training rooms, and debrief rooms, as well as safety bulletin boards. Any person assigned, attached or under contract to the Air Force may report a hazard. A hazard report may be submitted on any event that includes hazards, errors, unsafe procedures, practices or conditions that affects flight, occupational, weapons, systems or space safety. This process is not designed for readdressing hazards that are already being managed for abatement through another process such as a CE work request, job order, project or mishap investigation.

Risk Management

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

afi 90-802, RISK MANAGEMENT https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi90-802/afi90-802.pdf

Risk Management is rated:
Are all personnel trained on Risk Management principles? Is training documented? AFI 91-202, Para. 1.6.27.3.
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1.6.27.3. Ensure safety and health training, to include risk management, is provided to all personnel based on requirements from regulatory guidance, and the specific needs of the organization. (T-1)

Do commanders Ensure assigned personnel receive periodic RM refresher briefings and presentations directed and is training documented? AFI 90-802, Para. 2.9.4, 4.2.3.2.
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2.9.4. Ensure assigned personnel receive periodic RM refresher briefings and presentations as
directed under paragraph 4.2.3.2 This responsibility may be delegated as necessary to meet
the intent of this instruction.

4.2.3.2. Periodically receive and review RM refresher briefings and presentations as directed by MAJCOM, wing or unit-level commanders. Personnel that cannot attend the live RM refresher briefing and presentation should review the briefing and presentation at their earliest opportunity.

Has unit commander ensured RM principles, processes, tools and techniques are established and documented, as appropriate, to address specific operations, missions, and activities (on and off-duty). As a minimum are the procedures and tools: Standardized across similar operations, missions, and activities; Identify and clearly establish specific risk acceptance authority levels and thresholds for elevating risk acceptance decisions for operations and activities; designed to provide commanders, supervisors and personnel with meaningful data to help improve local RM processes and provide for more effective risk mitigation efforts. AFI 90-802, Para. 2.9.3.
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2.9.3. Ensure RM principles, processes, tools and techniques are established, as appropriate, to address specific operations, missions, and activities (on and off-duty). (T-1). As a minimum these processes, procedures and tools should:
2.9.3.1. Be standardized across similar operations, missions, and activities, whenever possible.
2.9.3.2. Identify and clearly establish specific risk acceptance authority levels and thresholds for elevating risk acceptance decisions for operations and activities. These levels can vary depending upon specific operations or activities, units, personnel involved, etc. The intent is to ensure that as risk levels increase, risk acceptance and associated Go or NoGo decisions are elevated to obtain appropriate commander or supervisory oversight and
approval.
2.9.3.3. Be designed to provide commanders, supervisors and personnel with meaningful data to help improve local RM processes and provide for more effective risk mitigation efforts.

Has Commanders and/or Functional Managers ensured all work centers/shop supervisors have conducted and documented hazard assessments to determine if hazards are present and take actions necessary to protect workers from injury, illness or death IAW 29 CFR 1910.132. AFMAN 91-203, Para. 14.2.2 29 CFR 1910.132(d)(1)
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14.2.2. Commanders and/or Functional Managers shall ensure all work centers conduct and document hazard assessments to determine if hazards are present and take actions necessary to protect workers from injury, illness or death IAW 29 CFR 1910.132. (T-0) Only after engineering controls (e.g., placing foam around aircraft) have been applied to the maximum extent practicable, or until controls can be installed, will PPE (e.g., bump caps) be the primary means to protect personnel against hazards. Note: If PPE is required for the performance of a task, then it shall be provided by the commander and/or functional manager. (T-0) Subordinates are not responsible for providing their own PPE.
14.2.3. Supervisors shall:
14.2.3.1. Conduct and document hazard assessments in each workplace where their employees are performing duties IAW 29 CFR 1910.132. (T-0) If PPE is required, the supervisor shall ensure that PPE is provided, used and maintained in a sanitary serviceable condition. (T-0)

ADWSR
Has the Unit Commander appointed at least one Additional Duty Weapons Safety Representative (ADWSR) in writing coordinate the Weapons Safety Program?
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The ADWSR is familiar with the HERO package and required mitigation procedures. AFI 91-202_ANGSUP, 9.11.2.2.7.
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The ADWSR understands reporting and investigating procedures for Mishaps, Dull Swords, and Hazards. AFI 91-202_ANGSUP, 9.11.2.2.9.
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Additional Duty Weapons Safety Representatives (ADWSR) are trained within two UTAs and maintain training documentation, per AFI 91-202_ANGSUP_9.11.2.
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ADWSR SPOT INSP: ADWSR's shall conduct and document monthly spot inspections in conjunction with facility managers when possible and IAW paragraph 3.5 of this instruction. This will encompass 100% of the workplaces annually. AFI 91-202 para 2.2.2.2. - The activity or work are inspected. - The date and time of the inspection. - The name of the person conducting the spot inspection. - Brief description of the area or hazard. - Applicable RAC, if assigned by Bio, Safety, Fire. - Corrective actions taken or planned. - Follow-up actions every 30 days until closed.
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SAFETY BRIEFING: USRs shall conduct safety briefings and provide unit personnel with educational safety materials. AFI 91-202 para 2.2.2.5.
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The ADWSR ensures unit explosive safety lesson plans are developed and coordinated with the WSM. AFI 91-202_ANGSUP, 9.11.2.2.2.
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ADVISE CC: ADWSR's shall advise the commander on safety related matters at least on a quarterly basis or more frequently as necessary and document key elements briefed. AFI 91-202 para 8.5.1.
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Supplements and Operating Instructions
Supplements and Operating Instructions is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

AFMAN 31-229, USAF SMALL ARMS AND LIGHT
WEAPONS HANDLING PROCEDURES https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_a4/publication/afman31-129/afman31-129.pdf

DESR6055.09_AFMAN91-201, EXPLOSIVES SAFETY STANDARDS https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/desr6055.09_afman91-201/desr_6055.09_afman91-201.pdf

Supplements and Operating Instructions

Work Center:

Have commanders developed evacuation plans that include applicable withdrawal distances as part of the installation emergency planning? DESR_6055.09_AFMAN 91-201 Para. V1.E10.5.2., V1.E10.6.
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V1.E10.5.2. Emergency Withdrawal Distances. Commanders are responsible for developing evacuation plans that include the applicable withdrawal distances as part of the installation’s emergency planning, as described in section V1.E10.6.
V1.E10.6. EMERGENCY PLANNING. Installations or responsible activities must develop SOPs or plans designed to provide safety, security, and environmental protection for accidents involving AE. Plans must be coordinated with the applicable federal, State, and local emergency response authorities (e.g., law enforcement, fire departments, and hospitals) and any established local emergency planning committees. The SOPs or plans must include:
V1.E10.6. (Added)(AF) In addition to requirements prescribed in AFI 10-2501, the plan will include the following:
V1.E10.6.1. Specific sections and guidance that address emergency preparedness, contingency planning, and security. For security, the SOPs or plans must limit access to accident sites to trained and authorized personnel.
V1.E10.6.2. Procedures that minimize the possibility of an unpermitted or uncontrolled detonation, release, discharge, or migration of AE out of any storage unit when such release, discharge, or migration may endanger human health or the environment.
V1.E10.6.3. Provisions for prompt notification to emergency response and environmental agencies and the potentially affected public for an actual or potential detonation or uncontrolled release, discharge, or migration of AE that may endanger human health or the environment.
V1.E10.6.4. Provisions for complying with sections 11001 through 11022 of Title 42, United States Code (U.S.C.), also known as the “Emergency Planning Community Right-To- Know Act of 1986,” and DoD or DoD Component implementing policies.

Do ANG units ensure Gun Systems and Maintenance Shops have local written procedures established for clearing jammed guns? AFMAN 91-201 ANG Sup Para. 11.16.1
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11.16. Gun Systems and Maintenance Shops. When possible, remove ammunition from guns and gun systems before they are brought into a weapons maintenance facility for repair. Gun systems using drums do not require removal of ammunition if the feed system is mechanically safed to prevent ammunition from feeding into the gun. QD requirements do not apply to gun system maintenance operations when explosives are limited to HD 1.4 and 100 pounds of HD
1.2.2 provided the using organizations ensure:
11.16.1. MAJCOMs will establish procedures for clearing jammed guns. Consider both active and contingency bases

Are locally written procedures developed for all explosives operations not covered by Technical Orders or other safety briefings? Do they contain the required 6 items: - Personnel limits (specifically, Supervisor Workers and Casuals). - Explosives limits, including HD and CG of the explosives involved. - Exact locations where operations are done. - Safety requirements, to include special requirements for personal protective clothing and equipment. Additionally, static grounding requirements per Section 7D of this Manual when handling or storing EIDs. - Step-by-step procedures for doing the task (refer to specific steps in the TO for applicable portions of the operation). - Actions to be taken during an emergency. DESR_6055.09_AFMAN_91-201, Para. V1.E6.13
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V1.E6.12. (ADDED)(AF) LOCALLY WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS. Conduct all explosives
operations IAW written instructions. Item TOs generally fulfill this requirement, but may not address all local conditions. Locally written instructions may be required to address the items in section
V1.E6.13. Locally written instructions may take the form of crew briefings, safety briefings, local operating instructions, etc. The items in section
V1.E6.13. may be addressed by one or more of these methods.
V1.E6.13. (ADDED)(AF) CONTENTS OF LOCALLY WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS.
Include the following information, as applicable, in locally written instructions. The MAJCOM will determine if additional items are required.
V1.E6.13.1. (Added)(AF) Personnel limits (see section V1.E6.16.).
V1.E6.13.2. (Added)(AF) Explosives limits, including HD and CG of the explosives involved (see section V1.E6.17.).
V1.E6.13.3. (Added)(AF) Exact locations where operations are done.
V1.E6.13.4. (Added)(AF) Safety requirements, to include special requirements for personal protective clothing, blast and fragmentation hazards, and equipment. Additionally, static grounding requirements per section V2.E3.4.1. of this manual when handling or storing EIDs.
V1.E6.13.5. (Added)(AF) Step-by-step procedures for doing the task (refer to specific steps in the TO for applicable portions of the operation).
V1.E6.13.6. (Added)(AF) Actions to be taken during an emergency.

Has the squadron commander or equivalent approved all locally written instructions pertaining to explosives operations? DESR_6055.09_AFMAN_91-201
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V1.E6.12.1. (Added)(AF) Locally written instructions will be:
V1.E6.12.1.1. (Added)(AF) Approved by the squadron commander or equivalent. (T-1).
Unit commanders and Additional Duty Weapons Safety Representatives will identify and document all lesson plans, unit checklists, and local operating procedures, which could affect nuclear surety, explosives and weapons safety, or missile safety and provide them to the wing WSM, and all other involved organizations, for coordination prior to implementation and annually thereafter. (T-1).

Are all locally written instructions coordinated with the wing Weapons Safety Manager and all other involved organizations prior to implementation and annually thereafter? Are they developed and processed according to AFI 33-360? IAW DESR_6055.09_AFMAN_91-201, Para. V1.E6.12.1.1., V1.E6.12.5.
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V1.E6.12.1. (Added)(AF) Locally written instructions will be:
V1.E6.12.1.1. (Added)(AF) Approved by the squadron commander or equivalent. (T-1).
Unit commanders and Additional Duty Weapons Safety Representatives will identify and document all lesson plans, unit checklists, and local operating procedures, which could affect nuclear surety, explosives and weapons safety, or missile safety and provide them to the wing WSM, and all other involved organizations, for coordination prior to implementation and annually thereafter. (T-1). V1.E6.12.5. (Added)(AF) Develop and process locally produced operating instructions according to AFI 33-360.

For the use of blank ammunition, dye-marking cartridges (CCMCK)has the Unit commander developed and implemented written guidelines for SA/LW safety tailored specifically to exercises or training, to include training on-duty? (T-3) Does meet the minimum guidelines in AFMAN 31-129 Para. 5.2. IAW DESR_6055.09_AFMAN_91-201,
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DESR_6055.09_AFMAN_91-201 V1.E6.27. (ADDED)(AF) TRAINING INVOLVING BLANK AMMUNITION (INCLUDING DYE-MARKING CARTRIDGES). Firing weapons (.50 caliber or less) using blank ammunition is permitted (including within an explosives storage area) but is subject to safety and operational requirements found in the specific weapons TO, AFMAN 31-129, AFI 36- 2654, and the following requirements:
V1.E6.27.1. (Added)(AF) Develop written procedures containing the following provisions:
V1.E6.27.1.1. (Added)(AF) Use of a designated disinterested official to certify only blanks are loaded. (T-1).
V1.E6.27.1.2. (Added)(AF) Provision of readily available fire extinguishers. (T-1).
V1.E6.27.1.3. (Added)(AF) Misfire procedures. (T-1).
V1.E6.27.1.4. (Added)(AF) Expended brass turn-in procedures. (T-1).
V1.E6.27.1.5. (Added)(AF) Notification of appropriate agencies (e.g., safety, munitions flight chief, fire department, hospital, and Security Forces). (T-1).
AFMAN 31-129 5.2. Exercise Safety. Unit commanders will develop and implement written guidelines for SA/LW safety tailored specifically to exercises or training, to include training on-duty. (T-3). At a minimum, the guidelines are as follows:
5.2.1. Establish local procedures for conducting exercises or training with blank/dye-marking ammunition. (T-3).
5.2.2. Establish local procedures for conducting exercises or training where live ammunition is present for guard or security purposes. (T-3).
5.2.3. Address procedures for clearing (removing ammunition) weapons prior to leaving the exercise area upon completion of any exercise scenario. (T-3).
5.2.4. Ensure handguns are carried in an authorized holster and exercise area storage procedures are addressed. (T-1).
5.2.5. Address emergency action procedures should an accident or incident occur. (T-3).
5.2.5.1. Establish a single point of entry and exit for responding Security Forces to the exercise or training area to facilitate positive control over weapons and ammunition entering and leaving the sanitized area. (T-3).
5.2.5.2. Ensure exercise participants do not have live ammo on their person when performing blank/dye-marking training or within a training or exercise area. (T-2).
5.2.6. Establish emergency notification procedures prior to the exercise. (T-3). Include at a minimum: Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC), command post, medical, fire, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, safety, and local authorities as required, if off the installation. Ensure the BDOC knows the exercise location.
5.2.7. Establish weapons and ammunition disposition procedures in the event an exercise participant becomes injured, sick, or incapacitated for any reason. (T-3).
5.2.8. Establish local procedures ensuring accountability of exercise or training ammunition. (T-3).
5.2.9. Establish a training and certification program for exercise or training supervisors. (T3).
5.2.10. Appoint, in writing, exercise or training supervisors, ammunition custodians and personnel armed with live ammunition. (T-3).
5.2.11. If possible, ensure radio contact is maintained with the exercise control center, range control or the exercise controllers during all exercises.

Have written procedures for the use of blank ammunition, dye-marking cartridges (CCMCK) been Coordinated with the installation weapons safety office and other appropriate agencies. (T-1). DESR 6055.09_AFMAN 91-201, V1.E6.27.1.5. (Added)(AF)
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V1.E6.27.1.5. (Added)(AF) Notification of appropriate agencies (e.g., safety, munitions flight chief, fire department, hospital, and Security Forces). (T-1).

Has the Unit commander developed and implemented written local procedures for conducting exercises or training where live ammunition is present for guard or security purposes. (T-3). AFMAN 31-129 Para. 5.2.2
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5.2. Exercise Safety. Unit commanders will develop and implement written guidelines for SA/LW safety tailored specifically to exercises or training, to include training on-duty. (T-3). At a minimum, the guidelines are as follows:
5.2.1. Establish local procedures for conducting exercises or training with blank/dye-marking ammunition. (T-3).
5.2.2. Establish local procedures for conducting exercises or training where live ammunition is present for guard or security purposes. (T-3).
5.2.3. Address procedures for clearing (removing ammunition) weapons prior to leaving the exercise area upon completion of any exercise scenario. (T-3).
5.2.4. Ensure handguns are carried in an authorized holster and exercise area storage procedures are addressed. (T-1).
5.2.5. Address emergency action procedures should an accident or incident occur. (T-3).
5.2.5.1. Establish a single point of entry and exit for responding Security Forces to the exercise or training area to facilitate positive control over weapons and ammunition
entering and leaving the sanitized area. (T-3).
5.2.5.2. Ensure exercise participants do not have live ammo on their person when performing blank/dye-marking training or within a training or exercise area. (T-2).
5.2.6. Establish emergency notification procedures prior to the exercise. (T-3). Include at a minimum: Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC), command post, medical, fire, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, safety, and local authorities as required, if off the installation. Ensure the BDOC knows the exercise location.
5.2.7. Establish weapons and ammunition disposition procedures in the event an exercise participant becomes injured, sick, or incapacitated for any reason. (T-3).
5.2.8. Establish local procedures ensuring accountability of exercise or training ammunition. (T-3).
5.2.9. Establish a training and certification program for exercise or training supervisors. (T3).
5.2.10. Appoint, in writing, exercise or training supervisors, ammunition custodians and personnel armed with live ammunition. (T-3).
5.2.11. If possible, ensure radio contact is maintained with the exercise control center, range control or the exercise controllers during all exercises.

Facility License
Facility License is rated:

AFI 91-202, THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/afi91-202/afi91-202.pdf

DESR6055.09_AFMAN91-201, EXPLOSIVES SAFETY STANDARDS https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_se/publication/desr6055.09_afman91-201/desr_6055.09_afman91-201.pdf

Facility License

Work Center:

Are AE training assets only stored for the duration of the training. (e.g. Firearms qualification training to be held on a Unit Training Assembly weekend, allow storage Friday the day prior, through Monday the day after, then restore in munitions storage area.) AFMAN 91-201 ANG Sup Para. 11.11
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Are POV, GOV, and powered AGE parking lots located a minimum of 100 feet from a licensed location. (T-1). This minimum distance of 100 feet may be reduced to 50 feet if the PES is of non-combustible construction, a barrier sufficient to prevent the vehicle or powered AGE from rolling within 50 feet of the PES is located between the parking spaces and the PES. IAW DESR_6055.09_AFMAN 91-201 Para. V6.E3.6.1.4.5.6.1.
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