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Scan this QR code to use this paper checklist on your smartphone or tablet. AFIPara 1. Do commanders and supervisors at all levels:. Does the commander minimize assigning full-time safety personnel additional duties not directly associated with duties described in series directives and their supplements? Does the commander ensure safety and health training and off-duty safety information and briefings are provided to all aafi based on requirements from other regulatory guidance and the specific needs of the organization?

Does the commander communicate safety and health expectations to personnel in their command? AFIPara 2. Does commander ensure AF Form is available to 31-204

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Does the commander ensure all appropriate hazard abatement actions needed to control identified hazards are implemented and follow-up actions are complete? Does the COS report directly to the commander and manage the mishap prevention program for the commander? Are all safety disciplines consolidated under a single Chief of Safety? Does the COS ensure each authorized position is staffed with trained and qualified professionals to manage safety programs at the staff level?

Ensure the actual name on the UMD is correct and that the individual is current. Once trained, do individual FSOs fill the position for a minimum of 18 months? C3 units that possess aircraft with enlisted crew positions consider appointing additional-duty FSNCOs to assist in the flight safety program? AFIPara 7. SAFSOs are an extension of the wing flight safety program but are supervised by the squadron commander.

The COS is tasked to assist the commander with implementation and integration of risk management v all on-duty operations and missions, and off-duty activities. Do SAFSOs assist in conducting wing safety inspections as requested and conduct unit self-inspections?

SAFSOs may use automated or manual tracking means as implemented by the squadron to track accomplishment of required events e. Are procedures implemented to ensure all aircrews review Volume V? Also, electronic means is a suitable substitute for 13204 the preferred practice over using safety bulletin boards. Where AFRC tenant FSO duties are performed to any degree, do tenant units coordinate their flight safety programs with the host to avoid duplication?

Coordinate with the appointed safety investigator to compile the mishap data that can be collected locally and forward it to the owning unit for mishap report completion, as required. Does each unit conducting or supporting flight operations have an aviation safety program?

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Are program management activities, meetings, and areas requiring monitoring or coordination to complete these program requirements being documented and maintained for 48 months? Is the Host safety office responsible for the base program? AFITable 3. Was a written report prepared for each assessment with a copy sent to the commander of the organization?


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The evaluation report may be combined with the annual inspection report. Does the COS monitor routine airfield maintenance and major construction projects?

The COS should participate in risk analysis of items needing waivers. Training meetings and briefings — Does the COS ensure the following: Each flying unit will conduct quarterly aircrew flying safety meetings. This requirement is fulfilled whether conducted as a unit or Wing. 13-2004 covered should 13-2004 unit mishaps, MDS-specific trend analysis, local flying hazards e.

Interim Safety Board Training. AFRC 1-204, tenant and associate units are not tasked to conduct interim safety board ISB member training unless the commitment has been included in a letter of agreement or host base support agreement.

Otherwise, units may elect to participate in the host or nearest AFB base training. Interval and mode of training should be coordinated with the host base or nearest AFB. Other Activities Related to Flight Safety. Has the COS developed a spot inspection program for the safety staff to ensure coverage of on-and off-duty activities that occur on, or are controlled by, the installation? 13-2004

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Do spot inspections document at least the following: When qualified safety personnel identify hazards, do they assign RACs as applicable?

Are causes of deficiencies and hazards noted? Are recommendations for corrective action documented? Is the name and phone number of the responsible person included? Does the COS ensure appropriate follow-up actions every 30 days are conducted and documented until findings are closed? Has the COS ensured the plan defines roles, responsibilities and notification requirements for leadership and all involved agencies? Does it review emergency plans and procedures to include but not limited to: Are safety concerns and notifications addressed?

Interim Safety Boards — AFRC units are not to be tasked to conduct ISBs unless the commitment has been coordinated with the nearest active duty installation and included in a letter of agreement or Host base support agreement responsibility of the nearest Active Duty AFB. Toxicology Testing — The Commander of the nearest Active Duty AFB is responsible to ensure toxicology testing is immediately conducted on all military crewmembers on the flight orders following a Class A or B mishap.

Add items as desired. Host units are responsible for all areas, Tenant units primarily monitor and document areas that they control, Associate units monitor and augment Host efforts. Airfield AFIPara 7. AFIVol 3, Para 4. This board convenes quarterly, is chaired by the Wing CV and provides a forum for discussing, updating and tracking various activities associated with support of the flying mission.

AFIVol 2, Para 2. Safety will assist with the inspection, and describe the risk control measures taken to minimize hazards. These precautions could include items such as issuing NOTAMs, closure of unsafe airfield areas or noncompliant portions of the airfield, briefing programs to flying personnel on safety and procedures, etc.

AFIVol 3, Para Designating parking, loading and servicing of aircraft with hazardous cargo or live armament handling e. Participate with Safety in the annual review of waivers permanent and temporary to airfield and airspace criteria. AFIVol 3, Para 3. Does the safety staff participate in any federal, state, or local safety councils or committees? Participation is encouraged but not required.


See AFI for guidance. Have high interest areas, if identified, been designated by the COS in writing? Are these areas identified in writing, signed by the COS, and filed for reference purposes? Is the lack of high interest areas also documented? Mishap Analysis Program — In order to reduce mishaps, Commanders and COSs must know the type and number of mishaps that occur in their command.

Once identified, commanders can take risk mitigation actions based on statistical data. AFIPara 5. Conduct an annual analysis and develop specific actions to reverse adverse trends. Analysis should target specific problem areas with recommendations for commander approval and appropriate actions. Analysis programs must identify successes or problem areas and trends, measure safety program effectiveness and guide prevention actions.

Is the BASH plan reviewed annually for accuracy and compliance with current directives, revising as necessary? Ensure all tenant units are included in the base BASH plan.

Has the Host flight safety office established the BASH plan to include defining the nature and extent of wildlife hazards and implementation of the plan? Does it address base support during periods when the Host is not flying such as weekends? The BASH program requires complete documentation of local wildlife hazards, effects on missions and possible solutions to include hazards surrounding ranges used by local flying units.

Does the BASH program document coordination with the host authority on reducing wildlife hazards? Has the safety office establish a Bird Hazard Working Group BHWG consisting of organizations involved in airfield wildlife control, habitat management, operations and safety, meeting at least semi-annually, with minutes maintained?

Does safety ensure designation of Phase I and Phase II bird activity periods are based on historical bird activity information? For every bird strike, does the unit investigating officer send the remains if available to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History for identification?

Strikes occurring while aircraft are assigned to an expeditionary force will be reported by the expeditionary force flight safety office, when staffed adequately. If determined safety personnel will perform these duties, they must be trained by qualified personnel on the use of bird scare ammunition and associated equipment. They will not establish an independent program. Are the key objectives detailed in AFIPara 7. Reporting requirements only apply to AFRC organizations with a full-time safety staff.

Class E events intent for flight or not such as physiological, propulsion, flight controls, instrument, and miscellaneous aircraft-related events as defined in AFMAN ? AFIPara 4. Spillage or leakage of radioactive, toxic, corrosive, or flammable material from aircraft stores or cargo if it creates a hazardous condition or an airborne emergency divert? This must be accomplished within 24 hours per AFPara 6. AFIPara 6. Is Privacy Act information removed from messages, to include but not limited to, names and social security numbers?

If sent due to a delay, does the investigator explain the reason for the delay and the expected completion date?

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