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Accident Classification & Reporting. CW3 STEVENS Safety Specialist. Updated: 28 AUG 2010. AR 385-10 Chp. 3 NGR 385-10 Chp. 6 DaPAM 385-40 DODI 6055.7 29 CFR 1904. References.

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accident classification reporting

Accident Classification & Reporting

CW3 STEVENS

Safety Specialist

Updated: 28 AUG 2010

slide2
AR 385-10 Chp. 3

NGR 385-10 Chp. 6

DaPAM 385-40

DODI 6055.7

29 CFR 1904

References

ar 385 10 para 3 3 a e
An Army accident is defined as an unplanned event, or series of events, which results in one or more of the following:

ARMY

Occupational illness to Army military or Army Civilian Personnel(ARNG Tech)

Injury to on-duty Army civilian personnel (ARNG Tech)

Injury to Army Military (AGR or M-day on Orders) on-duty or off-duty

Damage to Army property

Damage to public or private property, and/or injury or illness to non-Army personnel caused by Army operations (the Army caused or contributed to the accident)

ARNG (only)

Injury to ARNG personnel in a NON-duty status. (Report all serious injuries that effect one’s ability to do his/her job.)

All Fatalities regardless of cause will be reported. (use the ARNG Class R to report these losses).

AR 385-10, para 3-3 (a-e)

What is an Army Accident?

ar 385 10 para 3 7
AR 385-10 para 3-7

The following are not reportable through safety channels:

Combat losses caused by enemy or by evading enemy

Malfunctions of parts that are designed to wear out

Damage that is planned (demolitions)

Property damage from vandalism, riots, or felonious acts such as arson

Deliberate damage

Accidents caused during movement by commercial carrier

Injuries associated with non-occupational diseases when the disease, not the injury is the leading cause of lost time

Suicide or attempted suicide, homicide or self-inflicted injuries

Illness caused by specific organisms or toxins (food-borne disease)

Hospitalization when the patient is retained beyond the day of admission for administrative purposes unrelated to treatment

Death due to natural causes, adverse reaction to medication, or alcohol

What is NOT an Army Accident?

Note: for complete List see AR 385-10 para 3-7

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Duty Status

(Accident Reporting Purposes Only)

reporting
Reporting

LOD = Accident Report

When

  • Soldier Injured due to accident
    • Medical Treatment beyond 1st Aid?
    • Prescription Drugs?
    • Quarters / Light duty?
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Accident Classification

Step 1

Contractor/State Employee

Traditional Soldier (ATA, RMA, IDT, AT)

Determine Type of Duty

Is the Soldier:

AGR

Technician

ADOS

Step 2

Contractor/State Employee

Traditional Soldier (ATA, RMA, IDT, AT)

Determine Duty Status

(For accident reporting

Purposes only)

AGR

Technician

ADOS

On Duty*

On Duty

Off Duty

On Duty

Off Duty

Non Duty

On Duty

Non Duty

On Duty

Off Duty

Step 3

Classify Accident: Use criteria established in AR 385-10 3-4 through 3-7 p. 22-23. Accident classification process is summarized in subsequent slides

On Duty

Off Duty

Step 3a (D&R)

D

Yes

A B C D R

Treatment above First Aid?

No

R

All Non Duty

CLASS R

osha 1904 7 b 5 ii a n definitions of first aid da pam 385 40 appendix i 2 pg 242
OSHA 1904.7 (b)(5)(ii)(A-N) Definitions of First Aid(DA Pam 385-40, appendix I-2, pg. 242)

Use of a non-prescription medicine on doctor’s recommendation

Tetanus shots

Cleaning superficial wounds

Applying wound covers (bandages, gauze)

Hot or cold therapy (ice)

Non-rigid support (ankle/knee brace)

Temporary immobilization for transport

Drilling of a fingernail

Providing an eye patch

Removing objects from eye using irrigation or cotton swab

Removing splinters with tweezers

Using finger guards

Using massage

Drinking fluids for relief of heat stress.

Diagnostic measures (X-ray or blood work)

Step 3a: What Is 1st Aid?

EXAMPLE: A soldier falls during company PT and complains of ankle pain. Medics apply an ace bandage and the soldier is transported to a hospital. The doctor X-rays the soldier and finds no broken bones. The doctor provides the soldier with non-prescription strength Tylenol and applies ice and compression. None of the above treatments exceed first aid. If the soldier has no restricted duty or missed time this would be classified as an on-duty Class-R accident.

when to report to the jfhq ga joint operations center joc
When to report to the JFHQ-GA Joint Operations Center (JOC)?

Report the following accidents to the JOC using the SIR format:

Class A & B accidents

Class C aviation accidents

Anytime a Soldier in an On-duty status is taken to the hospital

Serious Off-duty & Non-duty incidents that involve the hospitalization of a Soldier.

Immediate notification by the first commander or ADSO in the change of command will be accomplished by one of the following means:

when to report to the ngb
When to report to the NGB?

Report the following accidents to the ARNG Watch using DA Form 7305 (Air),7306 (Grd), or SIR format:

Class A & B accidents

Class C aviation accidents

All Fatalities regardless of cause

State JOCs are responsible for reporting to the ARNG Watch:

Telephonic: DSN 327-9350/9352, commercial (703) 607-9350/9352

SOHMs will report directly to Chief, Safety Branch NGB all class A & B accidents.

Telephonic: DSN 329-7315, commercial (703) 601-7315

Email: michael.r.ford@us.army.mil

when to report to the crc safety @ ft rucker
When to report to the CRC/Safety @ Ft. Rucker?

Report the following accidents to the CRC/Safety center using DA Form 7305 (Air) or 7306 (Grd):

Class A & B accidents

Class C aviation accidents

All Fatalities regardless of cause

SOHMs / Commanders are responsible for reporting to the CRC/Safety center:

Telephonic: DSN 558-2660/3410 or commercial (334) 255-2660/3410

Email: safe.operationsoffice@conus.army.mil

for more information contact

For more information Contact

CW3 STEVENS

COMM: 601-313-6247

DSN: 293-6247

5-DIGIT: 36247

MSG JAY

COMM: 601-313-6350

DSN: 293-6350

5-DIGIT: 36350