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Chief, Air Force Occupational Safety Division
DSN: 246-2186
Comm : (505) 846-2186

Deputy Chief, Air Force Occupational Safety Division
DSN: 246-0824
Comm: (505) 846-0824

Career Field Manager
DSN: 246-4734
Comm: (505) 846-4734

Operations, Evaluations & Training Branch
DSN: 246-0808
Comm: (505) 846-0808

Publications & Standards Branch
DSN: 263-2494
Comm: (505) 853-2494

Reports, Analysis & Investigations Branch
DSN: 246-6809
Comm: (505) 846-6809

Traffic & Outreach Branch
DSN: 246-0790
Comm: (505) 846-0790


Federal Regulations

The following documents are from the Code of Federal Regulations. For active duty Air Force Occupational Safety professionals (1S0X1), these are used for promotion testing purposes only (FY17). Please refer to the latest Enlisted Promotions References Requirements Catalog ( for your specific grade-level requirements.

29 CFR 1904 Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illness

29 CFR 1910.23 Guarding floor and wall openings and holes

29 CFR 1910.146 Permit-required confined spaces

29 CFR 1960 Basic Program Elements for Federal Employees OSHA

About Us

The Occupational Safety Division manages the occupational safety program including operational, occupational, sports and recreation and traffic safety. In addition, Occupational Safety, in conjunction with the Air Force inspector general, oversees integration of Air Force safety inspections and policy, as well as integration of risk management processes. It develops and oversees occupational safety policy, programs and procedures to provide a safe work environment and enhance the safety of 650,000 Air Force personnel worldwide to maintain combat capability and readiness. It maintains liaison with governmental and non-governmental agencies as a U.S. Air Force member or a consultant representative to national consensus standards and mishap prevention committees and organizations. Occupational Safety also performs mishap final evaluations and provides lessons-learned and analyses to U.S. Air Force units.
Link to Ground Safety History document

Link to Airman-to-Airman trifold

A History of Air Force Ground Safety

Fall Prevention Airman-to-Airman

Link to Statistics

Link to Air Force Rider page  Link to Check3 GPS website


Air Force Rider  Check3 GPS 


 Quest for Zero Summer Safety  Fall Safety 

Occupational Videos