The U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center provides Army leaders with "actionable knowledge," real-time information about accidental fatalities approved for release by the USACR/SAFETY CENTER.
Here you'll find information regarding the Army Traffic Safety Program, Accident Avoidance Course for Army Motor Vehicle Drivers, which is located at the Army Learning Management System.
Composite Risk Management is the Army’s primary decision-making process to identify hazards, reduce risk, and prevent both accidental and tactical loss.
The United States Army Combat Readiness/
Safety Center (USACR/Safety Center) supports our Army by
collecting, analyzing and communicating actionable information
to assist Leaders, Soldiers, Families and Civilians in preserving/
protecting our Army’s combat resources.
When it comes to risk, winter is in a category all its own. The easy continuity between spring, summer and fall ends somewhere around November for most of our Army, and Soldiers and leaders must be prepared to face the unique challenges the next few months will bring. The latest installment of the Army’s Know the Signs campaign is designed to do just that.
The tabs below contain feature articles, posters and resource documents themed on winter topics to augment your existing safety programs. Just as in seasons past, all are easily downloadable and ready to use in whatever format you prefer. Extended holiday leaves and rapidly changing weather conditions will open the door for risk, and getting this information to Soldiers now will help them mitigate the hazards in whatever they do.
As always, the USACR/Safety Center welcomes your feedback. Check this site often for updated materials, and remember, Army Safe is Army Strong!
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Mission: Provide safe, healthful workplaces, equipment, and operations for Army personnel and those affected by Army operations.
Vision: A "World Class" Safety program is in place that protects the force and is perceived by its customers as essential to accomplishing daily missions, training, contingency operations, and operations other than war.
Safety and Occupational Health (Workplace Safety) programs are part of the Army Safety Program which fulfills the OSHA requirements as they apply to Soldiers and Army civilians performing their non-combat role during garrison and industrial operations.