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Navy – Shipboard Zone Inspection Guide

Help Sailors and Marines identify common discrepancies onboard a ship. This guide has practical examples that will help Sailors and Marines determine what is and is not a shipboard discrepancy. Find information fast by flipping to one of three major sections:

  • Damage Control
  • Safety Requirements
  • Common Discrepancies

Fort Carson Army ASHMS Passport

The Army Safety & Health Management System (ASHMS) is a collection of industry-wide best practices that reduce injury and illness rates. ASHMS is woven into the fabric of our organization and provides a means of change to a safety culture with leadership and employee involvement. This passport increases your awareness of ASHMS and prepares you for OSHA’s on-site evaluation.

  • Elements of ASHMS
  • Employee rights and responsibilities
  • Risk management
  • FAQs for employees, supervisors, deputies and executives

81st RD Environmental Pocket Guide

The 81st Readiness Division (RD) is committed to minimizing their impact on the environment. This guide has the information Soldiers need to help minimize risk as they carry out their duties.

  • How to respond to a spill
  • How to dispose of potentially hazardous materials, such as lamps and batteries
  • How to dispose of hazardous waste, such as used oil and filters

Radiological Activities at the Unit Level – 63rd RSC

Your personnel needs to know how to stay safe in the workplace. Understanding what radiation is and what to do when handling or coming into contact with radioactive material is key to their safety.

  • What is radiation?
  • Licensing and regulations
  • Responsibilities and training
  • Storage and inventory
  • Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  • Identifying characteristics of different commodities

USMC – Range Managers Toolkit

Create a safe and realistic training environment for Soldiers and Marines by implementing the Range Managers Toolkit into range operations and military training.

  • RMTK tools and features
  • Required operating environment
  • RMTK training information
  • Safety requirements

DoD HFACS 7.0 Checklist

Human error remains the leading cause of Navy and Marine mishaps. Designed for Mishap Investigators, this guide helps them learn about the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) – a tool that determines potential hazards and detects human error trends.

  • How it works
  • Preconditions
  • Supervision
  • Organization influence

Guide to Safety Data Sheets

Are your workers exposed to hazardous materials and chemicals? Increase their understanding of occupational safety and hazmat. Our guide includes information from OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200), which is consistent with the UN Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).

  • How to read and understand SDS
  • Is your workplace GHS-compliant?
  • Employee rights and employer responsibilities

NAVY – Operational Risk Management

As a leader, you are responsible for ensuring that proper procedures are in place for personnel to perform their tasks. Increase mission success with minimal losses by implementing Operational Risk Management and Time Critical Risk Management.

  • Risk-management levels
  • Crew Resource Management (CRM)
  • Time Critical Risk Managment (TCRM)

Confined Spaces: General Requirements & Practices

This guide was developed to help those who work in and around permit-required confined spaces better understand the policies and requirements established by OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.146. Within, you will find:

  • A decision flow chart
  • General requirements of a confined space
  • 10 elements of a confined space
  • Atmospheric testing guidance

Warehouse Safety for Workers

The fatal injury rate for the warehouse industry is higher than average. Familiarize yourself with OSHA guidelines and standards, and what you can do to maintain a safer work environment.

  • Injury Prevention
  • Employer Responsibilities
  • Lifting and Handling
  • Potential Workplace Hazards

Voluntary Protection Programs

Participation in Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) provides national recognition for worksites demonstrating outstanding commitment to worker safety and health. Give workers a complete rundown of VPP, including all its processes and procedures.

  • Understand the requirements of VPP
  • VPP performance-based safety programs
  • Preparing a VPP application
  • Sustaining your VPP status

USMC – Risk Management

As a leader, you are responsible for ensuring that proper procedures are in place for personnel to perform their tasks. Increase mission success with minimal losses by implementing Risk Management and Time-Critical Risk Management.

  • Risk assessment matrix
  • Risk-management levels
  • Team Resource Management (TRM)
  • Time Critical Risk Managment (TCRM)
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