UNLIMITED FREE ACCESS TO THE WORLD'S BEST IDEAS

close
Already an Engineering360 user? Log in.

This is embarrasing...

An error occurred while processing the form. Please try again in a few minutes.

Customize Your Engineering360 Experience

close
Privacy Policy

This is embarrasing...

An error occurred while processing the form. Please try again in a few minutes.

CJCSI 4360.01B

EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION

active, Most Current
Organization: CJCS
Publication Date: 31 August 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 38
scope:

Purpose. This instruction:

a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating explosives safety and munitions risk management (ESMRM) into the Joint Operation Planning Process (JOPP) to facilitate planning in support of the full spectrum of operations during peacetime and wartime periods, as defined in reference a.

b. Establishes procedures for identifying the potential hazards, consequences, and risks associated with Department of Defense (DoD) military munitions, and, when applicable, foreign munitions to support informed decision making.

c. Clarifies the level of U.S. leadership that will approve and accept munitions-related risk decisions when the explosives safety requirements of reference b cannot be met. Enclosure C of this instruction provides a framework for conducting Munitions Risk Management Assessments (MRMA).

d. Clarifies DoD Component roles in the coordination of munitions-related risk decisions with multinational partners when DoD military munitions are involved.

e. Clarifies the staffing and approval processes for explosives safety site plans and deviations identified in planning and execution for overseas enduring, contingency, training, and exercise locations. The framework includes the processes for:

(1) Requesting explosives safety site plan approvals at locations that meet the explosives safety requirements of reference b and can be sited per reference f.

(2) Deviating from explosives safety requirements of reference b.

(3) Submitting explosives safety site plans or requesting deviations at sea and aerial ports of embarkation/debarkation (S/APOE and S/APOD) and at en route infrastructure support facilities (DoD and non-DoD controlled) that are used to support U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) distribution processes.

(4) Approving DoD-funded military construction within areas that cannot meet the explosives safety requirements of reference b and require a deviation or Secretarial Certification.

Applicability

a. This instruction applies to the Joint Staff, Military Services, Defense Agencies, Combatant Commands (CCMDs), sub-unified commands, joint task forces (JTFs), and their subordinate component commands (hereafter referred to collectively as the "DoD Components").

b. This instruction applies to the S/APOD and S/APOE and en route infrastructure (e.g., munitions staging and storage) identified in operational plans.

c. The MRMA methodology contained in Enclosure C provides a framework on how to assess munitions-related risks when the explosives safety requirements of reference b cannot be met.

d. The Military Services will continue to use the established chains of command to submit explosives safety site plans specified in reference f to the DoD Explosives Safety Board (DDESB) for approval.

e. A Combatant Commander (CCDR), or delegated authority, risk decision is required for deviations when the explosives safety requirements of reference b cannot be met or when required for siting per reference f at overseas operating locations. The affected Service or Functional Combatant Command (FCC) will be provided MRMA or Hybrid Safety Submission (HSS) documentation and associated risk decision.

Document History

CJCSI 4360.01B
August 31, 2018
EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This instruction: a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating explosives safety and munitions risk management (ESMRM) into the Joint Operation Planning Process (JOPP) to...
November 25, 2014
EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This instruction: a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating Explosives Safety and Munitions Risk Management (ESMRM) in the Joint Operation Planning Process to facilitate...
February 29, 2012
EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This instruction: a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating Explosives Safety and Munitions Risk Management (ESMRM) in the Joint Operation Planning Process to facilitate...

References

Advertisement