AR 385-65 PDF

Home arrow Military Publications – Army Regulations – USAHEC arrow AR 64 U.S. Army Explosives Safety Program. Reference URL. and Ammunition Components AR Malfunctions Involving Ammunition and Explosives AR Military Explosives TM Regulations. Used Washington DC: Dept of Army, March Soft Cover. 2 pages, Good. Item #

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These records will be retainedfor 5 years in accordance with the OSH Act. The Army will comply with therequirements in all nonmilitary DOD operations and workplaces, regardless of whether work is performed by militaryor DA Civilian personnel. Explosives Safety Self Assessment Checklist. The DAS is the proponent for all Army safety publications and is authorized to approveexceptions and waivers to all Army safety publications that are consistent with controlling law and regulations.

AR 385-64 U.S. Army Explosives Safety Program

Deputy Chief of Staff, G—1. This publication is availa- proponent. Department of Health and Human Services on transportation and treatmentplans. Director of Army Staff. General use safety accident investigation reports. Obtain the serious incident report, military police reports, and Criminal Investigation Command reports, ifcompleted. Investigation and reporting willconform to this regulation and DA Pam — Additional Resources, page D.

Penalties for vi- invited to send comments and suggestedand Health Act of as implemented in olating any of these paragraphs include improvements on DA Form Recom-Executive Order ; Title 29, Code of the full range of statutory and regulatory mended Changes to Publications andFederal Regulation ; and Department sanctions, both criminal and Blank Forms directly to Director ofof Defense Instructions These models will be aar to 38-65 organizations and to aid in efforts to improve operations by analyzing howtime is spent within an organization.


Iraq Ordinance Identification Guide. Independently determine and develop approaches to solutions. Class E ground accident. An autopsy may be conductedwhere the Federal Government has exclusive jurisdictional authority and where the 3885-65 surrounding the deathare unknown or unnatural; there is a reasonable suspicion the death was by unlawful means; or the identity of thedecedent is unknown.

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Property damage as a result of vandalism, riots, civil disorders, or felonious acts such as arson. MATDEVs; acquisi-tion managers; and equipment, process, and facility designers will— 1 Initiate and tailor a System Safety Program according to this regulation, DA Pam —16, and MIL—STD—Efor all Army materiel, systems, aar, equipment, facilities, and processes such as, but not limited to, in-housedevelopment, commercial off-the-shelf COTS 385-665, nondevelopmental item NDIGovernment furnished equipment GFEand so forth regardless of the acquisition process utilized for example, evolutionary, spiral development, andso forth.

Planned and intended means that the damage was specificallyrequired to accomplish the objectives of a formally authorized test or was the desired outcome of an authorizeddestruction or disposal of property.

The evidence will 385–65 to military police or Criminal Investigation Command personnel and the safety investigation boardmembers will provide the documents necessary to establish the chain of custody.

Complications of the injury such as theinfection of a cut aggravated by a work-related activity that result in lost time are reportable.

Knowledgeable in the application of Army Regulations to facility plans and procedures, specifically: Army Corps of Engineers. Injuries resulting from altercations, attack, or assault, unless incurred in the performance of official duties forexample, military police. Provide logistical support to af equipment to recover wreckage and resources necessary to ship componentsto the appropriate Army depot or lab for teardown analysis and arrange for special transportation such as tacticalvehicles or aircraft, if required to transport the board members to the 38-65 scene.


Must be computer literate in common software applications and able to operate general office equipment. A safety release must beobtained from U.

Until criminalityis ruled out as a contributing factor in a death, the criminal sr has priority over all other investigations. You can publish your book online for free in a few minutes! The loss is recorded as amishap to the DA account.

In these instances, the board president will provide the following to military police or Criminal InvestigationCommand investigators— 1 Physical or common source items.

Biochemical testing is required for all crewmembers and any other personnel who may have contributed to a Class A,Class B, or Class C aviation accident or on-duty ground Class A or Class B accidents. Damage to public or private property caused by Army operations theArmy had a causal or contributing role in the accident will 358-65 reported. Nonreportable eventsThe following events are not reportable through safety channels: Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come.

Paragraphs 3—28b, 3—29b, and 3—30g 3 by the commander or senior leader of the the group as a committee. Drivers will carry proof of required training orexperience. Army Headquarters approving authority.