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Definition/Scope: AR 385-10 is the regulation covering the Army Safety Program. Some of the general Army safety program responsibilities are as follows: Soldiers and Army civilians at all levels will: (1) Stop unsafe acts detrimental to Army operations. (2) Be responsible for accident prevention through the application of the mishap risk management component of Composite Risk Management (CPM). (3) Comply with this regulation, the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHAct), safety regulations, the Army Occupational Health Program, work practices, and standing operating procedures (SOPs). (4) Use all personal protective equipment (PPE) and protective clothing provided, including seatbelts, in accordance with training, hazard analyses, work instructions, and as required by the task at hand. (5) Report Army accidents, near misses, and hazards in their workplace as soon as possible to their supervisor or leader. (6) Employ CRM in managing risk.

Broader Terms:

Borders and Maritime Security Division
Explosives Division
Human Factors Behavioral Sciences Division
Infrastructure and Geophysical Division
Protection WFF

Narrower Terms:

aircraft safety
aviation safety
chemical safety
fire safety
food safety
laser safety
maritime safety
Naval Safety Center
non-battle death
non-battle injury
radiation protection
safety equipment
US Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center
UXO safety
vehicle safety
water safety
weapon safety

Related Terms:

best practice
fire prevention
Force Protection
ground precautionary messages
risk management
Tank Urban Survival Kit

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