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  • Inaugural aviation training proves a success for Air Force psychologists

    The Air Force has just implemented a new training for Aviation Psychologists that aims to increase the psychologists’ knowledge of USAF aviation training and practices. One of the many aspects of USAF Aviation Psychology is focused on resiliency and readiness of its aircrews’ daily activities by

  • Occupational safety; keeping Airmen, equipment mission-ready

    Tyndall prioritizes safety across the installation to keep Airmen and aircraft fully mission-capable. The 325th Fighter Wing safety office has oversight of safety requirements, but works as a team with units to maintain safe operations.The safety office serves as the focal point for proactive mishap

  • Decreasing injuries is the goal

    What is safety? Safety is the state of being safe or not being dangerous or harmful; freedom from harm or danger or a safe place according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary and the Oxford dictionary gives its definition as the state of being safe and protected from danger or harm.

  • Keep safety in mind as summer ends

    The long Labor Day weekend marks the traditional end of summer and offers many service members, civilians and their families the final opportunity to take to the highways and byways for a summertime adventure. Emphasis on managing risk is key, not only for a holiday weekend that historically

  • Safe + Sound Week - Take the challenge

    Join in the Challenge! The Department of the Air Force partners with OSHA in Safe + Sound Week each August. Safe + Sound is a nationwide event to raise awareness about workplace safety. Safe + Sound Week is August 9-15, 2021.

  • Saying farewell to a safety icon

    Chief of Occupational Safety for the Department of the Air Force Michael Ballard retires with over 45 years of combined service, both active duty and civil service on July 29. Ballard has made a career out of keeping Airmen and Guardians safe.

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