U.S. Air Force Mishap Prevention Program - Air Force Instruction (AFI) 91-202 - Main USAF Document and Air National Guard Supplement, Aviation, Nuclear, Space Safety [NOOK Book]

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Two critical mishap program documents, one for the USAF and one for the Air National Guard, are reproduced in this ebook. This instruction implements Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 91-2, Safety Programs. It establishes mishap prevention program requirements, assigns responsibilities for program elements and contains program management information. Purpose - Minimize loss of Air Force resources and protect Air Force people from death, injuries or illnesses by managing risks on- and off-duty. This program ...

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U.S. Air Force Mishap Prevention Program - Air Force Instruction (AFI) 91-202 - Main USAF Document and Air National Guard Supplement, Aviation, Nuclear, Space Safety

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Overview

Two critical mishap program documents, one for the USAF and one for the Air National Guard, are reproduced in this ebook. This instruction implements Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 91-2, Safety Programs. It establishes mishap prevention program requirements, assigns responsibilities for program elements and contains program management information. Purpose - Minimize loss of Air Force resources and protect Air Force people from death, injuries or illnesses by managing risks on- and off-duty. This program applies to all operations except where otherwise prescribed or specified in Status-of-Forces Agreements. Mishap Prevention Program - Commanders at all levels are responsible for developing and implementing a mishap prevention program. Safety staffs at all levels assist commanders with the implementation and integration of risk management into all on-duty operations and missions, and off-duty activities.

Chapter 1 * PROGRAM OVERVIEW * Purpose * Mishap Prevention Program * Mishap Prevention Program Disciplines (Aviation, Ground, etc. * Applying Standards * Program Responsibilities * General Guidance Related to Recording Occupational Injuries and Illnesses * Chapter 2 * SAFETY ORGANIZATION * Safety Staff * Unit Safety Representative (USR) * Safety Education/Training * Safety Office Vehicles and Equipment * Library * Councils and Committees * Non-USAF Councils and Committees * Major Range and Test Facility Base (MRTFB) Safety Programs * Range Safety Programs * Chapter 3 * SAFETY EVALUATIONS, INSPECTIONS, STAFF ASSISTANCE VISITS AND OTHER INSPECTIONS * Chapter 4 * HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND REPORTING * Hazard Identification * Reporting Criteria * Hazard Reporting Procedures * Additional Reporting Procedures * Employee Appeal Procedures * Risk Reduction and Mitigation * Chapter 5 * INFORMATION AND DATA ANALYSIS * Information Protection * Safety Information * Recurring Publications * Methods of Information Distribution * Mishap Analysis Program * Mishap Prevention Analysis Methods * Use of Analyzed Data * Safety Analysis Team (SAT) Process * Air Force Culture Assessment Safety Tool (AFCAST) * Organizational Safety Assessment (OSA) * Standard Mishap Metrics * Calculating Federal Employee Compensation Metric (Rate) * Chapter 6 * DEPLOYMENT AND CONTINGENCY SAFETY * Deployment and Contingency Safety Program * AFFOR/SE * AFFOR Deployed Unit Safety Functions and Organizations * Mishap Prevention Program * Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Safety Awards * AFFOR/SE Visits * AFFOR Hazard Review Board (HRB) * Theater Safety Engagement Program * Chapter 7 * AVIATION SAFETY * Program Management * Plans * Programs * Aero Club Operations * Training Meetings and Briefings * Inspections/Assessments and Monitoring * Airfield Maintenance, Construction and Waivers * Chapter 8 * GROUND SAFETY * Ground Unit Safety Representative (USR) Responsibilities * Hazard Identification and Abatement * Air Force Occupational Safety and Health (AFOSH) Guidance * Department of Labor (DoL) Inspection * DoL Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Visit Summary * Chapter 9 * WEAPONS SAFETY * Program Management * Weapons Safety Personnel Management and Manning Plan * Explosives Safety Standards * Weapons Safety Personnel * Weapons Safety Program Requirements * Missile Safety * Nuclear Surety * Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) * Munitions Rapid Response Team * Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board (DDESB) * Weapons Safety Training * Weapons Safety Committees * Chapter 10— SPACE SAFETY * Program Management * Program Overview * Space Control Systems * Design, Development, Integration and Testing * Launch, Range and Reentry Safety * Orbital Safety * Space Safety Council (SSC) * Space Safety Training * Space Nuclear Safety * Space Asset Interaction with Directed Energy Systems * Chapter 11 * SYSTEM SAFETY * Chapter 12 * HAZARD ABATEMENT

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  • BN ID: 2940044572034
  • Publisher: Progressive Management
  • Publication date: 6/3/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 385 KB

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