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Safety Officer/Safety NCO NCOER Bullets

o educated and updated officers and enlisted personnel on OSHA and Safety regulations per SOP

o executed Brigade's safety training program; oversaw 5,000 Soldiers, educated 2,500 members annually; reduced yearly mishap rate by 15%

o evaluated all Bn work areas and identified risks to equipment and personnel; submitted hazard reports

o planned, organized and directed battalion Safety Program encompassing 3,000 personnel and 3 subordinate units

o enforced high safety standards and achieved over 30,000 accident-free miles during Combat Logistics Patrols

o led risk assessment of $2,000,000 construction project; identified and eliminated 11 hazards, ensured safe, compliant operations for 70 personnel

o resolved OSHA violation at motor pool facility; expedited fast 14-day resolution; prevented $50,000 in fines

o spotted fall protection program deficiency in AOR; authored new training guide, mitigated mishap risk for 1,400 deployed members

o briefed drivers supporting the Combat Logistic Patrol on expected conduct, safety, and risks of the convoy mission; achieved delivery without incident

o managed safety for Forces Command's largest division; balanced $1.2 million budget and slashed non-compliance by 50%

o received Battalion Safety NCO Award for his constant and meticulous attention to safety details during training exercises

o advised Commander in development and implementation of weapons/ground mishap prevention programs protecting 3,000 Soldiers

o oversaw all mishap investigations, unit annual and spot inspections and Battalion-level safety education and training

o revitalized Safety Inspection Program; led 88 inspections, corrected 23 hazards; garnered '17 Army Exceptional Organization Safety Award

o ensured the safety of friendly troops and clearance of impact area as the observer for five calibration fire missions, resulting in all lots safely calibrated

o evaluated loading operations during tactical nuclear exercise; confirmed safe/secure/reliable operations; met all Division objectives

o conducted 35 spot inspections; negated two serious deficiencies; mitigated risks to 400 soldiers and 17 support aircraft

o conducted safety inspections/assessments of post facilities and operations; prepared thorough evaluation reports and recommendations

o consolidated mishap data, identified trends and recommended corrective actions to reverse negative trends; identified previously overlooked hazards

o investigated mishaps to identify critical factors and recommend corrective measures to prevent mishap recurrence

o performed risk analysis for three coalition organizations; 76 explosive safety violations mitigated, developed improved storage access

o showed constant concern for student and cadre safety during the course by monitoring work/rest cycles and using composite risk management

o emphasized safety; enforced adherence to shop safety procedures and maintained constant situational awareness; resulted in zero safety accidents or incidents

o as Squadron's Safety Officer, he ensured the safe qualification and operation of equipment, vehicles, and weapons and significantly enhanced unit combat readiness

o inspected all work spaces and ensured required fire safety and safety boards were present

o identified lack of RF Safety OI and procedures; developed instructions, marked hazards and ensured safety of technicians

o demonstrated tireless devotion to the safety and well being of his Soldiers and utilized composite risk management in all aspects of his squad's day to day duties

o conducted tough realistic training in a stressful field environment for 70 Soldiers without serious accident or injury; always emphasized Warrior safety

o enforced strict infection control and safety standards preventing even a single reportable infection or safety incident during this rating period

o brought the company into compliance with all OSHA, HAZMAT and safety regulations

o his safety program and enforcement resulted in accident-free training

o instilled safety consciousness, responsibility and integrity in soldiers

o ensured range Safety; walked the line making sure safety protocol is followed, cleared weapons malfunctions, and helped shooters with their technique

o helped to maintain the safety for over 28 Civilian's and six German Soldier's during the Battalion four day range week that resulted in zero safety issues or concerns









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