Department of the Army Pamphlet Da Pam 385-30 Safety: Mishap Risk Management February 2010 Rapid Action Revision (Rar)

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This pamphlet, Department of the Army Pamphlet DA PAM 385-30 Safety: Mishap Risk Management February 2010 Rapid Action Revision (RAR), establishes a framework for making the Mishap Risk Management Process of composite risk management (CRM) a routine and required part of planning, preparing, and executing missions and everyday tasks in accordance with Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 6055.1 and Army regulation (AR) 385-10. This frame-work allows Army leaders to operate with maximum initiative, flexibility,...
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Department of the Army Pamphlet DA PAM 385-30 Safety: Mishap Risk Management February 2010 Rapid Action Revision (RAR)

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Overview

This pamphlet, Department of the Army Pamphlet DA PAM 385-30 Safety: Mishap Risk Management February 2010 Rapid Action Revision (RAR), establishes a framework for making the Mishap Risk Management Process of composite risk management (CRM) a routine and required part of planning, preparing, and executing missions and everyday tasks in accordance with Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 6055.1 and Army regulation (AR) 385-10. This frame-work allows Army leaders to operate with maximum initiative, flexibility, and adaptability. Army operations, whether they involve military situations including tough, realistic training, and combat operations, or the industrial base supporting research, development, testing, and production are demanding and complex. They are all inherently dangerous and each has the potential to jeopardize Soldiers and Army civilians alike, resulting in the needless loss of limited resources. Managing mishap risks related to such operations requires educated judgment, situational knowledge, demonstrated experience, and professional competence. The Mishap Risk Management Process of CRM permits Army leaders to make informed, conscious decisions to accept risk involving safety and occupational health factors; design and construction of equipment and other situational factors.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781499679588
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/26/2014
  • Pages: 64
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.13 (d)

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