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If another DODagency administers the contract and the mishap involves reportable damage or injury to the Army, the ArmyHeadquarters that owned the resources will request that the contracting agency investigate and report.
Changes to accident reports and request for extension of submission time limits a. No follow-up is required.
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Be at work when scheduled and maintain a good attendance record. Although nonprivileged information acquired by a safety accident investigator will be made availableto the legal accident investigation, the latter is conducted independently and apart from safety accident investigations. Types of safety accident investigation boardsTwo types of boards may be convened-either CAI or installation-level accident investigation.
Policy and procedures a.
We won’t send you spam or sell your email address. Army Safety Program elements, page 35-65 2—1: Malfunctions or failure of parts that are normally subject to fair wear and tear and have a fixed useful life lessthan the complete weapon system or unit of equipment are not considered accidents if the malfunction or failure is theonly damage and the sole action is to replace or repair that component part.
In no case will a non-Army agency have safety investigation jurisdiction. When requirements in this regulation conflict with a legal standard such as the OSH Act or provide a lowerdegree of protection, the more stringent legal standard will apply. Uponapproval of an alternate standard, the originating Army Headquarters may proceed with implementation. Class E aviation accident. For all other accidents, submit the ra copy of the report to Commander, U.
They are the standard DA pamphlet and the informational DA pamphlet. Obtain copies of personnel, medical, and training records to include licensing and qualification records for allpersonnel directly involved in the accident.
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As a minimum, these procedures will specify— a Initial accident notification procedures. Specific duties and responsibilities of board members are outlined in DA Pam — IntroductionThis chapter provides policies and procedures for initial notification, investigating, and reporting of Army accidentsand incidents.
These metrics will include both quantitative and qualitative measures that will provide the proponent of theprogram, as well as supported outside agencies, a means of evaluating the program.
Munitions Handling Book. This position is designated as an unescorted access position and is subject to the arr of the Unescorted Access Program. Such damage andinjury— 1 Will be reported to the military police or the Criminal Investigation Command for investigation.
The request will include asummary of circumstances, statements of involved commanders, and recommendations. Senior commanders are responsible for the safety of people, the environment, and the public on their installation.
The notification will include as muchof the information required by the telephonic worksheet as can be determined. In cases where equipment involved is unique to one organization or activity at alocation, technical personnel from the organization incurring the accident may be used in an advisory status at thediscretion of the board president.
Safety director officer and safety staff. Army Reserve, unless authority, in writing, to a division chief Department of the Army Committee Man-otherwise stated.
PrioritizationAll safety functions and tasks will be prioritized based on regulatory requirements and strategic planning according toDA Pam — The only exception is that all fires or firedamage involving vehicle component parts must be reported.
At a minimum, these actions include, but are not limited to, the following: Samplesof blood, urine, and other body fluids of deceased accident victims will be obtained for laboratory testing whenpermission for an autopsy is refused.
The evidence will besurrendered to military police or Criminal Investigation Command personnel and the safety investigation boardmembers will provide the documents necessary to establish the chain of custody. The senior commander or managementofficial of the installation or activity will certify and sign the OSHA Form annually.