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Good Risk Management is all about informed decision making and it starts with YOU! It gives you, and your organization, the best chance of success in avoiding or mitigating unnecessary risk and deciding what is acceptable risk. At work and home, smart Risk Management serves as the foundation of our Air Force safety program and personal choices while off duty.
Risk Management is not a safety process or a static checklist.
Risk Management is a decision making process and a way of looking at and evaluating challenges.
Use the Risk Assessment Matrix to evaluate the risks
Our off-duty activities are important to help keep the Human Weapon System in top shape and sometimes include the thrill of taking risks. Whether it is a party, driving, skiing, fishing, or riding a motorcycle, we all have our own unique ways of blowing off steam and having some fun when we are not at work.
Defend your Human Weapon System from unnecessary threats and risks so you can apply it to keeping our Air and Space Forces the best in the world!
We develop ways to mitigate threats to our mechanical and cyber systems. We can do the same with our Human Weapons System (You). To maintain the Human Weapon System in peak condition, it must be fed, hydrated, and rested. It needs frequent breaks from intense concentration and work where the mind can be rested and rejuvenated. We know we need to put effort into maintaining balance physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Airmen from throughout Pacific Air Forces area of responsibility traveled to Basa and Clark Air Bases, Philippines, to conduct several Subject Matter Expert Exchanges with Airmen from the Philippine Air Force, Jan. 23 through 27.
The Air Force has a new policy allowing pregnant aircrew members to voluntarily continue to fly, and Maj. Lauren Olme is one of the many people benefiting from the change in policy.
Ah yes, we’re finally in the midst of winter. Oktoberfest has come and gone. The holidays have passed but snowboarding and skiing season is finally here! With all the thrills comes a laundry list of inherent risks and potential dangers that require controls to avoid injury and stay safe on the