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1. Staff Assistance Visits

  • 1.1 Does the safety staff visit subordinate units when problems, deficiencies, or special subjects require on-scene assistance, or when requested by subordinate unit?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, para 3.4.

  • 1.2 Does the safety staff ensure wing-level benchmarks, trends, seasonal safety information, cross-tell, and other mishap prevention and educational information are provided to their wings?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, para 3.4. and AFI 91-202, ACC Sup, para 3.4.1.

2. Mishap Analysis Program

  • 2.1 Does the safety staff have a locally oriented mishap analysis program to identify mishap statistics and trends.<br>Ref AFI 91-202, para 5.5.

  • 2.2 Does the safety staff identify trends from the analysis program to subordinate units for use in their mishap prevention programs?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, para 5.8.

  • 2.3 Does the safety staff ensure a status report of aircraft Class C and below open mishap report recommendations byMDS is provided to ACC/SEF by 15 January and 15 July of each year?<br>Ref AFI 91-204, ACC Sup1, para

  • 2.4 Does the NAF conduct Staff Assistance Visits?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, ACC Sup 1, para 3.4.1.

  • 2.5 Do procedures exist covering the frequency and scope do a scheduled Staff Assistance Visit?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, ACC Sup 1, para 3.4.1.

  • 2.6 Has the NAF developed an analysis program?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, ACC Sup 1, para 5.5.

3. Administration

  • 3.1 Does the safety staff maintain all active variances that apply to units under their control?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, ACC Sup 1, para

  • 3.2 Does e safety staff ensure units process recommended changes to Air Force directives, AFOSH standards, and TOs through command channels for coordination?<br>Ref AFI 91-301, para 4.3., 6.4. & 91-301, ACC Sup 1, para 4.3.

  • 3.3 Does the safety staff ensure units process request for variances to AFOSH standards through command channels for coordination?<br>Ref AFI 91-301, para 6.5.

  • 3.4 Has the safety staff established formal files to maintain required records and information?<br>AFRIMS Table 91-04

  • 3.5 Does the safety staff support ACC awards program through nominations and appropriate publicity?<br>AFI 36-2833

4. Training

  • 4.1 Is the NAF-specific training administered to Weapons Safety personnel?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, ACC Sup 1, para 10.1.1.

  • 4.2 Does the NAF ensure personnel assigned full-time weapon safety positions are trained?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, ACC Sup 1, para,, and

  • 4.3 Have weapon safety personnel attended the formal weapons safety course at Lackland AFB?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, para 2.1.4.

  • 4.4 Have weapons safety personnel been assigned the 375 SEI and 2 year deferment where applicable?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, para 10.2.2.

  • 4.5 Have weapons/flight/ground safety personnel attended or are scheduled to attend ACC PM course?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, ACC Sup 1, para,, and

  • 4.6 do weapons safety personnel review all unit site plans that contain waivers prior to forwarding to ACC/SEW?<br>Ref AFMAN 91-201, ACC Sup 1, para 4.1.

  • 4.7 Do ground safety personnel have all required qualification (experience, knowledge, and training) to perform at the assigned NAF level?<br>Ref AFI 91-202, para 2.1.

5. Mishap Investigation and Reporting

  • 5.1 Does each director or chief of safety do the following<br>- Reviews the message and sends it to the agencies and units that need to take action.<br>- Keeps a file of ALSAFECOM messages that are applicable to the unit.<br>- Annotates the message to show its distribution and the actions the unit takes in response to the reported hazard or mishap.<br>Ref AFI 91-202, para

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