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  1. Field and Temporary Storage Quantity Distances

  2. Introduction to Mixing Rules

  3. Mixing Rules Example FSM Each FSS will ideally be made up of FSMs of the same CG. If not, apply Mixing Rules. 3m 7m Same CG within FSM Field Storage Site (made up of FSMs) Usually a minimum distance of about 50 meters

  4. Ammunition Requiring Separate Storage • White Phosphorous (WP) • Missiles in a propulsive state • Damaged ammunition • Unknown condition or unknown origin • Awaiting destruction or demilitarization • Constrained or banned for use • Deteriorated and become hazardous

  5. Introduction to Aggregation of Ammunition

  6. Types of Quantity Distance • Inside Quantity Distance (IQD) • Outside Quantity Distance (OQD)

  7. Inside Quantity Distances – Between Field Storage Sites

  8. Inside Quantity Distances – Between Field Storage Sites IQD between FSS’s. For example if one FSS is HD 1.1, this must be a minimum of 200m if un-traversed, or 100m if traversed

  9. Inside Quantity Distances – Other Factors • Ammunition of HD 1.4S – stored in isolation without regard for safety distances • 300m minimum distance from recovered ammunition (if uninspected), unserviceable stocks, and stock awaiting disposal • 100m minimum distance from areas storing packing material

  10. Inside Quantity Distances – Between Field Storage Areas

  11. IQDs - Temporary Storage Areas • Temporary Storage Areas should always be planned and operated by ammunition specialists, as a formal risk management process is necessary as part of the planning process for the establishment of safe separation distances.

  12. Outside Quantity Distances – Field Storage Areas

  13. OQDs - Temporary Storage Areas • Temporary Storage Areas should always be planned and operated by ammunition specialists, as a formal risk management process is necessary as part of the planning process for the establishment of safe separation distances.

  14. Quantity Distances (Field Storage): Mini-Exercise Farm

  15. Mini-Exercise: Possible Solution? 4 2 3 5 Road Disp 1 Traverse area 500m OQD from FSA to IB Pack

  16. Questions