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    Never Stop Learning

    Anyone who has been involved with the Army safety community for even a short period of time knows how quickly our best practices, tools, doctrine and applicable federal/state regulations can change.

    Recognizing Stress in the Cockpit

    If you’re an Army aviator, do you know why it is important to recognize the signs of fatigue and significant events in your life or the lives of the other Soldiers in your unit? I do. This is my story.

    • 11 April 2021
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    Maintaining Awareness

    It was the end of the workday and I was wrapping up my last task in the safety office. Suddenly, a Soldier busted through the door to inform me they just experienced a driver training mishap.

    • 11 April 2021
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    Written Construction Plans

    Not all OSHA regulations require written plans. When OSHA considers a safety or health hazard to be serious, it requires written documentation of the steps an employer takes to counteract or prevent the hazard. The question is which ones apply to your facility?

    • 4 April 2021
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 228
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    No Place for Shortcuts

    Our team cohesion was recognized by leadership, which named us best troop in the squadron. This boosted our confidence. In fact, I would say we became overconfident — maybe even a little cocky.

    • 28 March 2021
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 207
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