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SafetyFORT LEE SAFETY PROGRAMSummary.This regulation prescribes policies, procedures, and guidelines for implementation of the U.S.Army and Fort Lee Safety Programs.Policy.To pursue a vigorous safety and accident prevention program that will minimize accidentalmanpower and materiel losses thus providing more efficient use of resources. Decision makersat all levels will employ Composite Risk Management (CRM) approaches to effectively precludeunacceptable risk to the safety of personnel and property. Positive action will be taken to controlthese losses through the Composite Risk Management process, training, education, andaggressive leadership. Supervisors will enforce safety regulations and practices to maintain asafe and healthful workplace.Applicability.This regulation applies to all elements of this command including all Fort Lee directorates,tenant activities, Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) schools, and U.S. Army Reserve andNational Guard units supported by the Fort Lee Safety Program.Distribution.This publication is available on the Fort Lee Safety Office Home page x and at the Safety SharePoint itePages/Home.aspx.ContentsChapter 1 . 7Safety Program Requirements and Responsibilities . 71-1. Senior Commander . 71-2. Installation Safety Office (ISO) . 71-3. Directorate of Public Works (DPW) . 81-4. Directorate of Logistics (DOL) . 81-5. Provost Marshal Office (PMO) . 81-6. Medical Department Activity (MEDDAC) . 91-7. Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) . 91-8. Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) . 91-9. Contracting Safety . 101-10. Commanders and Directors . 101-11. Supervisors and operating personnel . 131-12. Collateral Duty Safety Officers/NCOs . 141-13. Employees . 15Chapter 2 . 15Councils/Committees and Training Requirements. 151

2-1. General. 152-2. Safety and Occupational Health Advisory Council . 152-3. Safety briefing . 152-4. Safety requirements . 162-5. Bulletin boards . 18Chapter 3 . 18Composite Risk Management (CRM) . 183-1. General. 183-2. Responsibilities. 183-3. Composite Risk Management principles . 203-4. Composite Risk Management process . 203-5. Risk assessment . 21Chapter 4 . 21Hazard Identification. 214-1. General. 214-2. Inspections . 214-3. Abatement plans . 244-4. Recreational/athletic areas and activities . 244-5. Reports of unsafe or unhealthful working conditions . 244-6. Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) . 25Chapter 5 . 268Investigation and Reporting of Army Accidents. 285-1. General. 285-2. Military accidents and injuries . 305-3. ReportIt . .315-4. Civilian accidents and injuries . 325-5. Non-reportable occupational illnesses and injuries . 32Chapter 6 . 33Army Motor Vehicle/Privately Owned Vehicle Accident Prevention Program . 336-1. General. 336-2. Responsibilities. 336-3. Motor vehicle training . 346-4. Equipment operator’s qualification record . 356-5. POV accident prevention . 366-6. Safety belts . 366-7. Motorcycle operations . 37Chapter 7 . 39Hazard Communication Program . 397-1. General. 397-2. Responsibilities. 39Chapter 8 . 432

Lockout/Tagout . 438-1. General. 438-2. Responsibilities. 438-3. Requirements . 448-4. Procedures . 46Chapter 9 . 47Personal Protective Equipment Program . 479-1. General. 479-2. Eye injury prevention . 479-3. Foot injury prevention . 499-4. Hearing Conservation Program . 499-5. Respiratory Protection Program . 51Chapter 10 . 58Confined Space Entry . 5810-1. General. 5810-2. Responsibilities. 5810-3. Permit required confined space . 6310-4. Medical . 6510-5. Emergency and rescue services . 6510-6. Training . 6610-7. Testing and monitoring . 6610-8. Posting, labeling and barriers . 6710-9. Personal protective equipment and clothing . 6810-10. Work practices . 68Chapter 11 . 71Radiation Safety Program . 7111-1. General. 7211-2. Ionizing radiation . 7211-3. Non-ionizing radiation . 77Chapter 12 . 79Construction Safety . 7912-1. General. 7912-2. Responsibilities. 80Chapter 13 . 80Chemical Hygiene Plan. 8013-1. General. 8013-2. Responsibilities. 8113-3. Inventories . 8313-4. Personal protective equipment (PPE) . 8413-5. Air monitoring . 8413-6. Information and training . 8413-7. Hazard communication . 853

13-8. Medical program. 8513-9. Spills and accidents . 8513-10. Waste disposal program. 8513-11. Emergencies. 8613-12. Records . 8713-13. Signs and labels . 8713-14. Basic rules and procedures . 8713-15. Safety recommendations. 89Chapter 14 . 89Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control . 8914-1. General. 8914-2. Scope . 8914-3. Responsibilities. 90Chapter 15 . 90Ergonomics Program . 9015-1. General. 9015-2. Responsibilities. 9115-3. Procedures . 94Chapter 16 . 98Indoor Air Quality . 9816-1. General. 9816-2. Policy . 9816-3. Responsibilities. 98Chapter 17 . 101Ammunition and Explosives Safety. 10117-1. General. 10117-2. Responsibilities. 10117-3. Accident reporting, investigation, and analysis . 10317-4. Unit arms room . 10417-5. Transporting. 104Chapter 18 . 105Safety Awards. 10518-1. General. 10518-2. Responsibilities. 10618-3. Criteria Fort Lee awards . 10618-4. Selection and presentation . 10818-5. Army safety awards . 108Chapter 19 .