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Airman Safety Action Program

  • Published
  • By Master Sgt. Joe Klimaski
  • 932nd Airlift Wing Safety Office

Did you know that the Air Force has created an interactive way to identify hazards and offer risk mitigating solutions – both anytime and anywhere, using the Airman Safety Action Program (ASAP)? Originally created to report aviation hazards, the ASAP can now be used to report work safety issues within the occupational, space, and weapons safety disciplines as well.  While it’s always “best practice” to first contact the Wing Safety Office when unsafe work conditions/practices/hazards are identified and cannot be resolved locally, the ASAP is available to all Airmen using the AF Connect App, and allows anonymous reports to be made.  Questions or inquiries pertaining to the ASAP may be directed to 932 AW/SEG @ 229-7022.