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National Safety Month 2020

Each June, the Army observes National Safety Month in conjunction with public and private organizations across the United States.

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Off Duty Safety
Awareness Presentation

In order to assist you with making every Soldier aware of the off-duty hazards they will face in the upcoming months, we've updated the off-duty safety awareness presentation.

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HQDA EXORD 148-19, HEAT INJURY AND
ILLNESS PREVENTION FOR 2019-2020

The prevention of heat injuries and illness is vital to sustaining combat power and ensuring readiness. CAC login required.

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Army Traffic Safety Training
Program (ATSTP) and
Motorcycle Safety Foundation Cards

The COVID-19 pandemic forced the suspension of the Army Traffic Safety Training Program for motorcycle riders and attendance to the local hazards briefings...

WELCOME TO THE U.S. ARMY COMBAT READINESS CENTER

The U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center preserves Army readiness through analysis, training, and the development of systems that prevent accidental loss of our people and resources.

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MESSAGE FROM THE USACRC:

Due to COVID-19 risk management measures, significant portions of the USACRC staff are currently teleworking and unable to answer phones at their desks. Please use e-mail for initial contacts, and individuals can provide their alternate workplace contact information. For IT questions or issues please email: usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-helpdesk@mail.mil


Safety Offices must investigate suspected cases of COVID-19.
If the individual tests positive for COVID-19, the safety office must make a determination if the infection is work related. Positive COVID-19 work related cases will be reported IAW AR385-10. For more information see: https://www.osha.gov/memos/2020-04-10/enforcement-guidance-recording-cases-coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19

FOR COVID-19 INFORMATION:

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

Army Public Health Center (APHC):

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA):


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    A Rush to Jump 0 Aviation
    USACRC Editor

    A Rush to Jump

    Had the PC stated to not touch the weapons until he personally cleared them prior to the door gunner and crew chief disconnecting from the aircraft communication system, this incident may not have occurred.

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    USACRC Safety Sends

    NSM 2017

    The USACRC produces one-page messages that highlight salient lessons from recent catastrophic Army mishaps investigated by the USACRC. These messages provide actionable recommendations to mitigate like mishaps from occurring. The one-pagers are for official use only and are restricted to DoD personnel.
    Proceed to the Lessons Learned site.

     

     

    Accident Information & Statistics

    Accident Statistics

    Access all statistics and reports

    RMIS

    Risk Management Information System

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    Online Training

    Risk Management, Commander’s Safety, Additional Duty Safety courses and more.

    JRAT

    Joint Risk Assessment Tool - Contains accident hazard and control information.

    ARAP

    Army Readiness Assessment Program - Learn the safety culture and climate within your organization

    TRiPS

    Travel Risk Planning System - Going on Leave, Pass, or TDY?

     

    Exportables Corner

    The Exportables Corner serves as a repository for the most current command briefings. It includes aviation and ground exportable briefings as well as the Army Pre-Command Course briefing.
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