Audit

Instruction/concurrent training

General safety rules and weapon clearing procedures.

Characteristics, components, accessories, and ammunition.

Disassembly

Inspection

Lubrication

Assembly

Function check

Loading and unloading the magazine

Loading and unloading the weapon

Immediate and remedial actions

Adjusting front and rear sights

Peer coaching

Eight cycles of function.

Troubleshooting

Personnel

Range OIC

Range Safety Officer (RSO)

NCOIC

Ammunition Detail

Lane Safety (1:5 ratio recommend)

Medic

Tower Operator

Target detail

Concurrent training instructors

Equipment

Range packet and clearance form

Saftey fan and diagram if applicable

Training publication

Reporting folder

Radios

PA system with backup

Training aids for concurrent training

Earplugs

Water

Scorecards and master score sheet

Targets and accessories (such as staple gun)

Prior to calling range hot

Request permission to occupy the range

Establish primarily and secondary communication with range control

Inspect operational conditions of range

Raise range flag and deploy range guards

Check ammunition and personal for proper equipment

Recieve firing unit

Conduct safety brief

Organize firing order prioritizing unit integrity

Request hot status from range control

Site orientation

Parking (separate for POV and Gov vehicles)

Ammunition Point

Medical Station

Water Point

Concurrent training location

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.