- Prepare for deployment to help ready yourself, your loved one and your children for this major transition.
- Learn about the emotional cycle of deployment, how to manage deployment separation and the military support available to Service members and families.
- Take care of your finances, legal affairs and children during deployment with essential planning advice. Use helpful checklists and resources to help prepare for the challenges of deployment and stay mission-ready.
- Prepare for your permanent change of station (PCS) to ensure a smooth transition for yourself and your family.
- Get essential facts about housing, barrack’s policies, entitlements and benefits to make your move easier.
- Use helpful checklists and resources to quickly adjust to your new community.
- Ease the stress of the typical transitions of military life (such as deployment, relocation or reunion) by adequately preparing for these changes.
- Understand the useful benefits and services available to you and your family during each transition – from counseling to employment assistance.
- Use helpful checklists, tips and resources for additional support in the course of your transition.
Safe & Fair Workplace
All Service Members Deserve a Safe and Fair WorkplaceHappy and well cared-for Service members are a productive part of the team! Create a safe, healthy and fair workplace by promoting equality and inclusiveness for all.
- Eliminate violence and conflict from your workplace with valuable information and resources.
- Prevent violent situations by learning and spotting the warning signs.
- Learn how to effectively manage conflict and resolve issues in a constructive way.
- Make your workplace a safe, stress-free environment with the help of various exercises and tips for controlling emotions.
Ethics & Equal Opportunity
- Understand complicated ethics laws and regulations, which are presented in a simplified “plain English” format.
- Promote an equal opportunity workplace by becoming culturally aware and eliminating discrimination and harassment.
- Know your rights to equal treatment, understand reasonable accommodation, and be aware of your reporting options.
- Use checklists and resources to ensure your command follows standard ethics laws and fosters a fair, diverse work environment.
- Contribute to the safety of your work environment by preventing or responding to harassment of any kind – from sexual harassment to bullying.
- Identify harassment so you can stop it in its tracks and prevent it from escalating.
- Know your rights, your fellow members’ rights and your leaders’ responsibilities.
Stress Management Is the Key to Optimal PerformanceImproper stress management can affect performance during any critical mission. With the right skills and tools, Service members and leaders can manage the natural stress of the job and better perform their duties.
Combat Stress Control
- Identify combat-stress-related problems in Service members and take appropriate steps to help in the recovery process.
- Give Service members the tools they need to develop coping strategies to deal with and overcome stressful situations and crises.
- Use important techniques, strategies, checklists and resources to be more resilient to mental stress and get the information you need to recover and quickly return to full readiness.
- Support mental and emotional health in Service members so they can effectively perform their critical duties.
- Know how to deal with people in states of emotional turmoil with easy-to-follow crisis intervention protocols.
- Develop and practice coping strategies for dealing with and overcoming stressful situations.
- Use essential information to help others in states of emotional turmoil and to better manage moments of crisis or trauma.
Work Aids Enhance Service Member Performance on the JobConvenient to carry and durable for conditions on the field, our pocket-sized work aids arm Service members with the vital information they require. These on-the-job guides give Service members the added backup and confidence they need to strengthen performance.
Cultural Field Guides
- Promote cultural awareness and tolerance in Service members as they prepare for overseas missions in Iraq and Afghanistan.
- Gain a thorough understanding of cultures, traditions and religions to enhance mission readiness and better interact with civilians.
- Use helpful illustrations to identify common gestures used in Iraqi and Afghani society.
- Practice pronunciations of important words and phrases used daily to communicate effectively with others.
- Understand the essential role you play in the military and your specific responsibilities to your fellow Service members.
- Get specific information on the different qualifications, duties and procedures required of Lay Leaders, Command PASS Coordinators and Casualty Assistance Calls Officers.
- Use the helpful checklists and resources as tools to guide you through your critical assignments.
USCG Work Aids
- Take your pocket-sized guide on the job for quick and easy reference of relevant information.
- Have the knowledge to better execute your duties by implementing your guide as a workplace “cheat sheet.”
- Use valuable checklists, images and resources to help identify vessels and gear, follow procedures, prevent fatal mishaps and effectively perform your duties.
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