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24 Jan 07. Michigan Army National Guard ¤ Safety and Occupational Health Office. Quick Start: Safety Officer/NCO Toolbox. General References. Composite Risk Management. AR 385-10, The Army Safety Program DA Pam 385-1, Small Unit Safety Officer/NCO Guide

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24 Jan 07

Michigan Army National Guard ¤ Safety and Occupational Health Office

Quick Start:

Safety Officer/NCO Toolbox

General References

Composite Risk Management

  • AR 385-10, The Army Safety Program
  • DA Pam 385-1, Small Unit Safety Officer/NCO Guide
  • MI ARNG Regulation 385-1, Safety and Occupational Health Program
  • FM 5-19, Composite Risk Management
  • DA Form 7566, Composite Risk Management Worksheet [xfdl] [pdf] [FormFlow] [Word]
  • Composite Risk Management OPD/NCOPD
  • GTA 21-08-001, Risk Management Information Card

Individual Safety

Heat Injury Prevention

  • Preventing Heat Injuries: The Commander’s Guide
  • Guide to Risk Management of Heat Injuries
  • Heat Injury Prevention (HIP) Pocket Guide
  • Fluid Replacement Guidelines
  • Quick Start: Heat Injury Risk Management
  • GTA 5-8-12, Individual Safety Card
  • GTA 08-05-062, Guide to Staying Healthy
  • DA Pam 385-5, Fundamentals of Safety in Army Sports and Recreation
  • DA Pam 385-8, Safety Back Injury Prevention

Cold Injury Prevention

Vehicle & Convoy Safety

  • Risk Management for Preventing Cold Injuries
  • Cold Weather Casualties and Injuries Card
  • AR 385-55, Prevention of Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • AR 600-55, The Army Driver and Operator Standardization Program (Selection, Training, Testing, and Licensing)
  • FM 21-305, Manual for Wheeled Vehicle Driver
  • TC 21-305, Training Program for Wheeled Vehicle Accident Avoidance
  • GTA 55-03-030, HMMWV Uparmored Rollover Emergency Procedures/Perf Measures
  • GTA 55-03-031, Water Egress HMMWV Uparmored Rollover Task and Perf Measures
  • FORSCOM Form 285-2-4, Convoy Commander’s Checklist

Accident Reporting

  • AR 385-40, Accident Reporting and Records
  • DA Pam 385-40, Army Accident Investigation and Reporting
  • DA Form 285-AB-R, US Army Abbreviated Ground Accident Report (AGAR) [xfld] [pdf] [FormFlow] [Word]
  • Quick Start: AGAR Form
  • AGAR Use and Preparation Guide

Ammunition Safety

Range & Weapon Safety

  • AR 385-64, US Army Explosive Safety Program
  • DA Pam 385-64, Ammunition & Explosives Safety Standards
  • Quick Start: Field Ammunition Holding Areas
  • AR 385-63, Range Safety
  • DA Pam 385-63, Range Safety
  • TC 25-8, Training Ranges
  • GTA 7-1-30, Range Operations Checklist
  • Weapon Handling and Clearing Procedures

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This guide provides a listing of some key resources available to Safety Officers/NCOs in the Michigan Army National Guard. This guide neither supersedes nor relieves users of their responsibility to comply with official regulatory requirements.Visit the Michigan Army National Guard Safety and Occupational Health on AKO: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/256507