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Safety News

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Army joins Air Force for OSHA training

    Soldiers and Airmen in the Pennsylvania National Guard attended an Occupational Safety and Health Administration course hosted at the 171st Air Refueling Wing, Jan. 29-30 2020, near Pittsburgh, Pa. Eighteen members from the Army National Guard were in attendance in addition to 10 airmen. The goal is

  • Fabrication flight undergoes OSHA inspection, still in operation

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspectors extensively reviewed the 403rd Wing’s Fabrication Flight operations Sept. 25.This is the third time this year that the federal agency has inspected the flight, which is responsible for aircraft maintenance to include painting and sanding.OSHA

  • Playing it safe

    Aug. 12-18 is Safe and Sound week, a week created by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to promote improving safety nationwide.For the 49th Wing Safety Office, this is business as usual. On a regular basis, the attention to detail the safety personnel displays ensures the mission is

  • OSHA training promotes safety readiness

    The 23d Wing safety office is holding a free OSHA training course for section supervision, July 29-Aug. 2, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga.The training is part of OSHA’s outreach training program, and will cover an overview of the hazards a worker may encounter on a job site. The training will

  • Members of 103rd CES earn OSHA certification

    Members of the 103rd Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) partnered with industry safety experts recently to conduct Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training at Bradley Air National Guard Base in East Granby, Conn.

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