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    The Occupational Safety and Health Act 0 Workplace
    USACRC Editor

    The Occupational Safety and Health Act

    In summation, the OSH Act and EO 12196 were designed to protect the most important asset in the workplace — the people. Employee protection is paramount regardless if the workplace is private sector, federal and military.

    Your Attention, Please! 0 Military Ops & Training
    USACRC Editor

    Your Attention, Please!

    It only takes one incident to shake up an entire command. The mishap below, which occurred several years ago in my old battalion, sure got the attention of leaders at every level. Commanders, command sergeants major and first sergeants were all...
    When Luck Runs Out 0 PMV-2
    USACRC Editor

    When Luck Runs Out

    In my younger years, I had all the qualities of an effective warfighter — strength, tenacity, energy, speed and fearlessness. Those qualities, however, didn’t necessarily translate well to safe motorcycle riding.

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    In summation, the OSH Act and EO 12196 were designed to protect the most important asset in the workplace — the people. Employee protection is paramount regardless if the workplace is private sector, federal and military.

    How Far are You Going to Let this Go?

    So how far are you going to let this go? The answer to this question should never be a spur-of-the-moment decision. The answer should be “to my en-route decision point.”

    • 1 August 2021
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    Your Attention, Please!

    It only takes one incident to shake up an entire command. The mishap below, which occurred several years ago in my old battalion, sure got the attention of leaders at every level. Commanders, command sergeants major and first sergeants were all scrambling to identify the root cause of the mishap and restore morale in the unit. I wrote this article with the hope that it will help commands emphasize the importance of two basic tasks — conducting preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) and developing driver training programs at the unit level.

    • 1 August 2021
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    What Are Leading Indicators?

    Leading indicators are proactive, preventive and predictive measures that provide information about the effective performance of your safety and health activities.

    • 25 July 2021
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 147
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    Ground Guiding: The Missing Piece

    It was the end of a very productive, mishap-free day. We’d completed about 10 building safety inspections, and the clock was ticking closer and closer to time to punch out for a well-deserved weekend. Then the phone rang.

    • 18 July 2021
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 211
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