Army Regulation AR 385-10 Safety: The Army Safety Program 27 November 2013by United States Government US Army
This regulation, Army Regulation AR 385-10 Safety: The Army Safety Program 27 November 2013, implements the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 as implemented in Executive Order 12196; Title 29, Code of Federal Regulation 1960; and Department of Defense Instructions 6055.1, 6055.04, and 6055.07. It provides new policy on Army safety management procedures with special emphasis on responsibilities and organizational concepts.
Part I of this regulation addresses general Army Safety Program management functions necessary for sustaining all phases and operations of the Army whether at the garrison, during contingency operations or in wartime conditions. Throughout this regulation, the term 'Army Headquarters' includes Army commands (ACOMs), Army Service component commands (ASCCs), direct reporting units (DRUs), and the National Guard Bureau (NGB).
Part II addresses those special Army Safety Program management functions that are appropriate to sustaining the Soldier during training, mobilization, and tactical and field operations in the garrison or during contingency and wartime conditions. Sustaining the Soldier presents unique challenges due to the duties, the intensity of training, and the fact that they are Soldiers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The principles and concepts stated in this part can be applied to DA Civilians as well.
Part III addresses those special Army Safety Program management functions that are appropriate to sustaining the Soldier and the DA Civilian in garrison and industrial operations. The principles and concepts stated in this part apply to the Soldiers and DA Civilians performing their noncombat role during training, contingency operations, and in field operations.
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