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  • ‘Safe!’ or ‘Safe by a mile!’ … There’s a big difference

    Imagine a baseball game where a player hits a nice line-drive single to right field. A runner who had been at second takes off for third, but then fails to pick up the third base coach’s signal to hold up at third and, instead, aggressively heads for home. The throw from right field targets the

  • Air Force develops Airman Safety Action Program

    Did you know that the Air Force has created an interactive way to report safety/health hazards and offer risk mitigating solutions, anytime and anywhere? That’s right, the Air Force Safety Center has developed an easy-to-use reporting system called the Airman Safety Action Program or ASAP.

  • Once again, back to school

    One morning soon you will head to work and notice there is more traffic on the roads. Some vehicles will have excited children, some will have young new drivers, and some will be big yellow school buses.Yes, it is back to school time.  School starts the first couple of weeks of August for more than

  • Don't Let the Sun Ruin Your Fun

    Memorial Day to Labor Day marks the 101 Critical Days of Summer. While everyone is eager to pack up the car and go on an adventure, the hottest days of the summer need a little more caution than most.Beale AFB is situated in very hot weather during this time frame and so people are encouraged to

  • Building Confined-Space Competence

    U.S. and Canadian personnel pose at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait, conducted confined-space training together July 25, 2023. This confined-space training allowed for us to share knowledge and expertise, thus reducing the risks associated with confined-space operations for all.

  • Independence Day Weekend Safety

    The Air Force Reserve Command occupational safety program manager provided safety professionals across the Air Force Reserve with information about the 101 Critical Days of Summer.

  • Summertime Fire Safety Message

    The 47th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire Department shares tips to stay safe during the 101 Critical Days of Summer.

  • Multi-Capable Airmen Develop Alert Photography Skills

    The 386th AEW public affairs office hosted this hands-on training to equip the safety team with the skills necessary to photograph a variety of scenarios and provide the imagery to assist with investigations.

  • Old nemesis claims lives of four Airmen since start of summer safety focus

    Since the 101 Critical Days of Summer kicked off Memorial Day weekend at the end of May, the Air Force has lost four Airmen to an old nemesis: vehicle mishaps.Two Airmen died in car accidents, while another perished in a motorcycle crash. The fourth succumbed to injuries suffered in an all-terrain

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