AR 385-64 PDF

*This pamphlet supersedes DA Pam –64, dated 15 December This edition publishes a rapid action revision of DA Pam – This pamphlet explains the Army’s safety criteria and standards for operations involving ammunition and explosives prescribed by AR , for the United. Department of the Army Pamphlet DA PAM Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards Rapid Action Revision (RAR): 10 October [United States.

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International Air Transportation Association publications. Hand tools are widely used by munitions soldiers.

The containers must prevent item-to-item contact. Load tests are performed after disassembly, overhaul, or replacement of part of the load-bearing system.

AR U.S. Army Explosives Safety Program :: Military Publications – Army Regulations – USAHEC

Site Safety Handbook for the Petroleum Industry. The safety officer must ensure that maintenance inspection or testing programs are in place for all lifting devices, and that the devices are inspected before use. The explosive safety resources provided come from DoD sources, other public sector sources, and the private sector.

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Make soldiers aware of hazards through continuous training. Identification systems assist in identifying specific hazards associated with 3855-64 types of munitions. Miscellaneous Unexploded Ordnance Safety Resources. Don’t use bale hooks to handle munitions.

The SOP must be available at the operations site and will identify potentially hazardous items or conditions that could arise. Item s unavailable for purchase.

Explosive Safety Guide for the Construction Industry. Military Vehicles – 2nd Edition. Inspection procedures 3885-64 detect safety violations, and recommend and enforce corrections.

Under no circumstances will soldiers approach, touch, or pick up UXO items. Be familiar with the location of fire points, the fire plan, and the organization of firefighting crews. All soldiers and leaders must maintain a proactive posture towards safety in day-to-day operations. Reduce transportation distances whenever possible. Inexperienced soldiers must be trained to react properly to UXOs. All operations must be supervised properly to ensure that safety precautions are observed and enforced.

DA PAM 385-64 Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards

Lifting devices that fail inspections and tests are removed from service immediately. Procedures for accident investigations.

Evaluating and Managing Construction Blasting Risk. Establishing unit emergency technical escort teams. Standard Catalog of U.

Failure to follow an SOP is a major cause of munitions-related accidents. Supervisors must continually inspect condition and ensure that on-the-spot corrections are made. Any improper, rough, or careless handling may cause them to detonate.

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Stress safety in operations. Part of this responsibility includes taking the following actions: Personnel must assume that operators cannot see them and stay clear of the areas where MHE is in operation.

These publications prescribe the Army’s general safety policies and standards for munitions, explosives, liquid propellants, and related facilities and activities.

Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Protection from lightning is another essential part of protecting soldiers, munitions, and equipment involved in storage operations.

You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. Army Reserve, unless otherwise stated. Also, personnel not required for an operation will be denied entry to the area. Pallet jacks and conveyors. Commander of the using unit reports all facts through command channels.

Problems are usually the result of operator misuse or error.