Safety Philosophy Of Safety

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2. Purpose: To provide my Safety Philosophy to all leaders and members of the PRARNG Professional Education Center (201st Regiment, Language Center and Youth Programs). The spirit of this command Safety Philosophy is emphasize the role Safety plays for me, as your Commander, in relation toward safeguarding our most precious and valuable assets our Soldiers, Families and Civilians. My Safety Philosophy is simple: to ensure that the safety, health, and well-being of our most precious assets are always top priority and are everyone’s responsibility within this command.

3. Scope: This philosophy is disseminated to ALL leaders and members of the PRARNG Professional Education Center (201st Regiment, Language Center and Youth Programs) both military
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PRARNG Soldiers, Family members, and Civilians are our most cherished assets. The safeguarding of our human assets along with the equipment under our command is my most import responsibility as your Commander. Hence, Safety is unquestionably my #1 Priority in all missions, tasks, events and activities that entail this command. Safety is also the most fundamental responsibility of leaders at all levels, especially the first-line leaders. Thus, it must become your top priority also. When it comes to Safety my philosophy is simple it will always be top priority and everyone’s responsibility within this…show more content…
As the educational enterprise of the PRARNG, we are responsible for the training and professional development of our Force vital the strengthening of the Safety culture much needed to improve our readiness, force stability, and overall well-being through the reducing accident prevention and preventing illness/loss deference. To enrich our Safety culture, we must have strong leadership at all levels, attention to standards and the disciplined integration of risk management into all activities critical to the successful mission accomplish of all of our training programs. We must procure, consistently and systematically, to establish and maintain a command climate that is favorable to risk management-empowering first-lime leaders to ensure a safe environment within their training sector and holding them accountable at all times.

d. Every leader within this command must full embrace and be proficient with the
Army’s doctrinal five-step Risk Management (RM) process. Additionally, leaders must make RM a routine part the planning, coordination and execution of all training and related activities/missions. Leaders will conduct risk assessments for all training events, operations, extracurricular activities, long weekends and holidays, and even for social events such as family days and civic actions.

5. Command Goals and

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