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  1. Environment, Safety and Occupational Health Management System Mr. Dave Glass Air Force Regional Environmental Office Eastern Region 7 Aug 2002

  2. Overview • Drivers • Approach • Gap Analysis • Implementation Guidance • EMS Training • Challenges

  3. Drivers • EO 13148, Greening the Government Through Leadership in Environmental Management “By December 31, 2005, each agency shall implement an EMS.” • DoD EMS Memo “DoD Components shall adopt an EMS and work to integrate it in all core business areas. Components are encouraged to implement a complementary MS for safety and occupational health.” • CSAF/SECAF ESOHMS Memo “AF has world-class E, S and OH programs. We are now ready to move these programs to the next level of excellence by implementing an ESOHMS. The ESOHMS will be quality-driven, based on solid, requirements-generated process, and will apply the Reduction in Total Ownership Cost philosophy. This system will follow a pattern similar to ISO 14001 and allow for implementation to meet MAJCOM and installation mission requirements.”

  4. Approach • Conduct Gap Analysis • Identify Options for Filling the Gaps • Issue Implementation Guidance

  5. Gap Analysis Full Substantial Partial Nominal Non-existent Conformance Conformance Conformance Conformance

  6. Implementation Guidance • Implement one USAF EMS, not many EMSs • Develop Safety and Occupational Health MSs, consolidate MSs where appropriate • Utilize off-the-shelf “Management System” Training

  7. EMS Training • Use existing or develop new CBT (Computer-Based Training) or web-based training tools (vice classroom training) • Advantages: • Provides maximum flexibility in execution, largely independent of logistics/scheduling issues. Eliminates or reduces user/customer cost (TDY, paperwork, facilities, trainer costs) • Provides high degree of standardization in message/content, and ease of updating/refining content over time • Easily customized for differing target audiences • Proficiency evaluation can be more readily accomplished • Can be tied to training record-keeping for personnel

  8. EMS Training • Three levels • “Awareness” - Everyone • “Practitioner” - Functional Experts • “Commitment & Policy” - Executive Level • Incorporate into formal training curriculum • Technical schools, Air University, Air Force Institute of Technology • Commander’s courses, Newcomer’s and other orientation courses

  9. Training Challenges • Time • Content • Funding Web-based CBT optimizes resources to meet these challenges!

  10. Air Force Installations  Region 4 – AF/ANG Installations AF Reg P2 POC: DAVID A. GLASS Regional Environmental Officer (404) 562-4201 E-Mail: david.glass@brooks.af.mil Louisville (ANG)  Pope AFB  Knoxville (ANG) Charlotte (ANG)  Nashville (ANG)  Seymour Johnson AFB    Memphis (ANG) Arnold AFB McEntire (ANG)   Myrtle Beach (Closed)   AFP 6 Birmingham (ANG) Shaw AFB   Columbus AFB Dobbins ARB    Charleston AFB Montgomery (ANG)  Robins AFB Jackson (ANG)  Maxwell AFB    Gunter AFS  • Savannah (ANG) Meridian (ANG)  Moody AFB  Jacksonville (ANG)  Hurlburt Field • Keesler AFB Tyndall AFB    Cape Canaveral AFB Eglin AFB   Patrick AFB  MacDill AFB  Avon Park Range  Homestead ARB  Air National Guard 

  11. Questions? Mr. David Glass Air Force Regional Environmental Office Eastern Region 7 Aug 2002