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U.S. service members are encouraged to review safety procedures, local and state laws and regulations before celebrating the Fourth of July and other festivities. Knowing the importance of safety can make a difference when observing the holidays with family and friends. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Airman 1st Class Kaylee Dubois)
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U.S. Air Force Occupational Safety is seeking field level recommendations in review of- and comments on- the new publication style of AFI 91-203. Comments are now being taken regarding AFI 91-203, chapters 1-11, Air Force Consolidated Occupational Safety Instruction, in an effort to gain insight and perspectives from stakeholders. (U.S. Air Force Illustration by Susan Merhege)
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Mishap reporting is about to get easier with a new web-based reporting application from the Air Force Safety Center. The Airman Safety App will be accessible anytime, anywhere and on almost any device – desktop, laptop, tablet or smart phone and includes an interface that walks the user through a series of short and readily understood questions to easily report a hazard or mishap. (U.S. Air Force illustration by Keith Wright)
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As you plan holiday activities, keep in mind that the excitement and distractions of the season increase the risk of injury for you and your families. You can eliminate most of those risks and injuries by simply transferring the same sound safety practices used on duty to all your off-duty activities. (U.S. Air Force illustration by Keith Wright)
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Why wait logo created for the FY17 Air Force Safety Center Occupational Safety "Quest for Zero" campaign. (U.S. Air Force illustration by Natalie Eslinger)
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This graphic shows the proper use of the different types of child restraints for cars. (courtesy graphic/ cdc.gov)
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This graphic shows the proper use of the different types of child restraints for cars. (courtesy graphic/ carseatsforthelittles.org)
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This graphic shows the proper use of the different types of child restraints for cars. (courtesy graphic/ mypositiveparenting.org)
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Image shows non-fused areas of the bone in the tailbone and pelvic areas in children. (courtesy photo/ carseatsforthelittles.org)
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Lt. Col. Rex Riley explains how errors in bombing accuracy could spell disaster. Artwork originated from the Directorate of Aerospace Safety, Deputy Inspector General for Inspection and Safety, Norton AFB, Calif., 1966. (U.S. Air Force illustration)
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Lt. Col. Rex Riley explains how an error in color coding pipes almost caused a serious missile accident. Artwork originated from the Deputy Inspector General for Safety, Norton AFB, Calif., 1961. (U.S. Air Force illustration)
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Lt. Col. Rex Riley describes how poor braking procedures of the pilot, improper supervision and maintenance errors led to the aircraft continuing past the end of the runway. Artwork originated from the Directorate of Flight Safety Research, Norton AFB, Calif., 1959. (U.S. Air Force illustration)
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Maj. Rex Riley receives his promotion to lieutenant colonel. Artwork originated from the Office of the Inspector General, Norton AFB, Calif., 1957. (U.S. Air Force illustration)
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Maj. Rex Riley explains how premature gear retraction due to pilot error caused this accident. Artwork originated from the Office of the Inspector General, Norton AFB, Calif., 1956. (U.S. Air Force illustration)
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Maj. Rex Riley describes how a pilot’s poor decision making skills led to an accident. Artwork originated from the Office of the Inspector General, Norton AFB, Calif., 1955. (U.S. Air Force illustration)
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