As the weather starts to turn colder and the leaves change color, safety concerns start to shift as well. We have less hours of daylight to drive, and falling leaves pose a hazard on the roads. Children walk back and forth to school and home and enjoy the Halloween season. Keeping them safe is always a high priority. Planning ahead is essential, whether it's preparing your home and car for winter or planning ahead for your flu shot. Use this page as a resource for a variety of safety tips for the fall season.
As we enter the winter season, it’s important to revisit our approach to inclement weather operations at Hill Air Force Base. Employees should expect the base to remain open. The base will maintain roads and sidewalks in accordance with its Snow Plan, which prioritizes snow clearing and treatment
The December 2023 KANZA Warriors spotlight is Master Sgt. Alan Hitchings, 931st Air Refueling Wing Occupational Safety non-commissioned officer.
The 66th Air Base Group Safety Team recently received Air Force Materiel Command level awards, including the AFMC Chief of Safety Outstanding Achievement Award and the AFMC Safety Civilian Professional of the Year Award.