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Drug Safety: Don’t Follow the Rainbow
By | Nov. 30, 2022
Rainbow fentanyl is the latest version of the deadly drug. Read on to learn more about this colorful killer…...

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Safety: Are You and Your Vehicles Ready for Winter?
By | Nov. 22, 2022
This article initially appeared in PS 792 (Nov 18), p. 12. Maintenance leaders, winter is here and requires more preparation and maintenance for vehicles. But that’s not all, read on…...

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Health & Safety: Keeping Mold Trouble at Bay
By | Nov. 1, 2022
Mold is a silent enemy that can adversely impact health. When you find it, the key is to act quickly. Read on to learn tips that keep this problem at bay…...

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Water: It’s NOT Just for Summer Anymore
By | Oct. 5, 2022
Winter weather can bring more danger than just frostbite. Read on to learn more…...

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All Aircraft: Make Safety an Imperative
By | Sept. 28, 2022
Making Safety an imperative is a vital part of maintenance and the overall success of a mission. Read on to learn more...

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CAEv4 Earplugs: Check for Defects
By | Sept. 27, 2022
USACRC’s safety alert warns users of defects in some 3M™ CAEv4 earplugs. To learn more, read on…...

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Safety: Motor Pool Pointers
By | July 26, 2022
Do you feel "Army safe" in the workplace? Read this article to check out our top safety tips on the job...

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M17/M18 MHS: What Is ANOR?
By | July 8, 2022
When firing M17 and M18 pistols, single-hearing protection should be worn, at a minimum, and the allowable number of rounds (ANOR) per day should be limited based on weapon and firing position. Continue reading to learn about...

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Small Arms: Always THINK When Handling Weapons
By | July 6, 2022
Soldiers, when handling your weapon, don’t be complacent or undisciplined; instead, remember to THINK. Keep reading to get the key to weapon safety...

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Warfighter Safety: The Heat Is On!
By | July 5, 2022
Every Soldier, DA civilian and Warfighter should learn to recognize early signs and symptoms of heat stress illness in themselves and their coworkers or battle buddies...continue on to learn more...

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Safety: Off-Duty Awareness Sustains the Force
By | May 3, 2022
Mission success always includes safety. When the mission is over, safety doesn’t stop. Read on to learn about resources to make off-duty safety a priority...

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Get Aviation-Related Safety Information from USACRC
By | Sept. 9, 2021
There are plenty of resources that help aviators stay on top of maintenance and safety. One of the best safety resources is the US Army Combat Readiness Center (USACRC) website. Read on to discover what this site can offer...

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Water Supply: H2O on the Go!
By | July 2, 2021
You’ve heard the same safety advice ever since you joined the Army—drink lots of water, especially if you’re in full gear and soldiering in the heat. Just a couple of hours out in the sun without enough water will drain your...

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Safety: Stay Alert On and Off Duty
By | June 23, 2021
Safety is an important consideration whether you’re on or off duty...

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Yellow Safety Paint
By | June 15, 2021
This article initially appeared in PS 766 (Sep 16), p. 61. Get a 5-gal container of yellow safety paint with NSN 8010-01-019-1776. This water-based latex is used to paint guide marks and warning lines inside your motor pool...

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National Safety Month Kicks Off
By | June 9, 2021
Not only is June the start of PS’s 70th anniversary, it’s also the 25th anniversary of National Safety Month. Keep reading for a list of tips to prevent accidents before they happen...

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SHARP: Trust is Key to Building Strong Teams
By | May 28, 2021
Creating and maintaining a culture of trust is essential to maintaining mission readiness. When leaders at any level don’t have the trust of their workforce, victims and bystanders typically don’t feel they can speak up...

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Soldier Safety: Wet Bulb Checks Humidity
By | May 26, 2021
Wet bulb thermometers measure relative humidity. Relative humidity is often used with the local temperature to ensure a safe work environment, because humidity affects the body’s ability to cool itself...

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Safety: Think Before You Climb
By | Sept. 14, 2020
This article originally appeared in PS 760 (Mar 16), pp. 60-61. Too many Soldiers are hurt when mounting or dismounting from Army equipment. Often these injuries are caused by failure to follow basic safety guidelines...

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Safety: Use Caution When Handling CWCBs
By | June 12, 2020
Commonly used wooden chock blocks pose a health hazard. ​They look like simple, slightly scorched blocks of wood. What danger could there possibly be in handling or using creosote wooden chock blocks (CWCBs)? Plenty, as it...

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Cloth Face Masks Now Available
By | May 19, 2020
With COVID-19 upon us, taking care of your health and the health of your battle buddies means protecting yourself and others while the mission continues. So here’s some good news! The supply system now has 3-ply cloth face...

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JLTV: Door Hazard Requires Caution
By | May 7, 2020
Soldiers are understandably excited to use the new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV), the Army’s replacement for the HMMWV. But don’t let the excitement cloud this caution: use the handhold bar, not the B-pillar, when...