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Army Safety ProgramArmy Safety Program
Army Safety ProgramTerminal Learning ObjectiveAction: Identify the Army Safety Program requirements relating to UAS operationsCondition: Given a classroom, laptop, DVD, AR 385-10, DA PAM 385-10, DA PAM 385-40, DA PAM 385-90, and student handoutsStandard: Apply the Army Safety Program relating to Unmanned Aircraft System operations IAW AR 385-10. Correctly answer 45 out of 50 questions on the week 2 exam
Army Safety ProgramAdministrative DataSafety Consideration: NoneRisk Assessment: LowEnvironmental Considerations: It is the responsibility of all Soldiers, DA civilians, and Contractors to protect the environment from damage.
Army Safety ProgramReferences•AR 385-10•DA PAM 385-10•DA PAM 385-40•DA PAM 385-90
Army Safety ProgramAR 385-10•Overview•Purpose–Prescribes Department of the Army (DA) policy, responsibilities, and procedures to safeguard and preserve Army resources worldwide, to include Soldiers, Army civilians, and Army property against accidental loss–Establishes composite risk management (CRM) as the Army’s principal risk reduction methodology and assures regulatory and statutory compliance–Provides for public safety incident to Army operations and activities
Army Safety ProgramAR 385-10•Overview•Content–Army Safety Program Management Functions–Chapters Required To Be Trained•1-4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 14, 16-19, 24 & 25–Chapters Whose Training is Mission Dictated•5, 7, 9, 12, 13, 15 & 20-23
Army Safety ProgramAR 385-10•Chapter 15, Aviation Safety Management•Aviation Safety Management–Establishes the safety component of protecting the force as an integral part of Army aviation training and operations–Provides responsibilities, policies, and duties for the integration of safety and CRM into existing command processes and in accordance with ATP 5 -19 and DA Pam 385–90
Army Safety ProgramAR 385-10•Chapter 15, Aviation Safety Management•Aviation Safety Policy (15–2)–Commanders, supervisors, and safety directors at all levels will comply with the following policies regarding the aviation safety–Prime consideration in all mission and training planning and operations, including wartime and contingency operations
Army Safety ProgramAR 385-10•Chapter 15, Aviation Safety Management•Aviation Safety Policy (15–2)–Aviation Commanders•Ensure that safety is a principal element in all aviation operations and will apply CRM procedures in each phase of the training–management cycle to identify hazardous conditions and correct shortcomings responsible for these conditions•Establish a written commander’s safety philosophy that contains current safety goals, objectives, and values, and include the philosophy in quarterly training guidance–Annually for Reserve Component