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Accountability for Army accidents a. As aminimum, the strategic plan should encompass goals and objectives for 5 years, with a section that specificallyaddresses the focus of each year. Each council will meet as needed but not less than once a year to addressissues in their areas of interest.

Commanders of installa-tions and activities with an ammunition or explosives mission will— 1 Establish an ESMP in compliance with this regulation and DA Pam — Managers, supervisors, military personnel, andcivilian workers are accountable for preventing accidents and workplace illness, but the ultimate safety of human andmaterial resources is a command responsibility.

Army Headquarters commanders may exempt installations having small populations from the requirements of thisparagraph.

The operator of thevehicle will furnish copies of the completed SF 91 to military law enforcement and unit safety personnel, as requested. Explosive Safety 835-65 Plan Tools.

The membership will consist of— 1 The FCR who serves as chairperson. The convening authority will ensure that the accident is investigated and reported in accordance with thisregulation and the terms of the contract.

Preexisting injuries and musculoskeletal disorders unless aggravated or accelerated by Federal employment. Safety program planning a. Possess strong organization skills with the ability to coordinate and prioritize projects.


Commanders may initiate a legal accident investigation formerly knownas a collateral investigation to obtain and preserve all available evidence for use in subsequent 385-56 or legalactions.

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Criminal investigation of an accident. Injuries associated with nonoccupational diseases, when the disease, not the injury, is the proximate cause of thelost time, such as diabetes and its resultant complications like loss of vision. IntroductionThis chapter provides policies and procedures for initial notification, investigating, and reporting of Army accidentsand incidents. Compliance issues may be at as a measure of effectiveness but will not be the primary focus ofthe audit.

Initial notification and reporting 38-65 Army accidentsPersons involved in, or aware of, an Army accident will report it immediately to the commander or supervisor directlyresponsible for the operation, materiel, or persons involved. Deliberate damage to aircraft or equipment or injury to aircraft or equipment occupants. The five core functions for the Army Safety Manage-ment System are: If the accident investigation board determines an accident could have been avoided by the command takingpreventive action, the accident will be charged to the activity having operational control of the equipment or theactivity to which the persons involved in the accident are assigned.

The Department of the Army Radiation Safety Council is an advisory body to CSA, providingrecommendations for Army radiation safety directives gathering and disseminating information about the status of theArmy Radiation Safety Program.

Injury to Army military on duty or off duty. The convening authority is responsible for the safety investigationand reporting, although the equipment may not be under the operational control of the Army.

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The RSO may not serve as thechair. Army military treatment facility MTF commanders will support accident investigations as required by accidentinvestigation board presidents or unit investigators. The standard DA pamphlets contain the mandatory information needed to carry out the policies and proceduresprescribed by this Army regulation to execute specific areas of the Army Safety Program for example, explosivessafety and chemical agent safety.

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For mishaps involving equipment bailed to anon-DOD organization for modification, maintenance, repair, test, contract training, or experimental project for a DODcomponent, when the Government has assumed ground and flight risk, the Army headquarters that negotiates thecontract for the materiel is the convening authority. Recordable incidents are confined to aircraft turbine engine damage because ofunavoidable internal or external foreign object damage, where that is the only damage does not include installedaircraft auxiliary power units.

Unexploded Ordnance Training Support Package. It provides for public safety incident to Army operations and activities. The Army provost marshal office will support investigations, to include liaison with local law enforcement asrequired.

Class C aviation accidents flight, flight related, aircraft ground, or UAS will be investigated by a board of atleast one member. To aid the DASA ESOH in developing strategic policy and theODASAF in developing and implementing policy and programs, the following councils will be chartered according toAR 15—1 to provide technical advice, participate in program development, and maintain various portions of thisregulation and supporting DA pamphlets.