ARMY - AR 40-10
HEALTH HAZARD ASSESSMENT PROGRAM IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY ACQUISITION PROCESS
|Publication Date:||27 July 2007|
a. Implements the Army Health Hazard Assessment (HHA) Program according to Department of Defense Directive (DODD) 5000.1 (para E1.23) and Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 5000.2 (paras 184.108.40.206, 3.7.4, and E7.1.6) and supplements basic Army policies and responsibilities outlined in Army Regulation (AR) 40-5 (paras 1-5l and 1-7d(3)(b)), AR 70-1 (paras 1-5j, 2-1o, and 2-3w(2)), AR 73-1 (para 2-19b), AR 385-16 (para 4i), and AR 602-2 (para 1-4b(6)).
b. Prescribes specific HHA responsibilities for the acquisition and U.S. Army Medical Department (USAMEDD) communities in support of the Army acquisition process.
c. Describes the HHA Program as an integrated effort throughout the life cycle of a system. Specifically, it considers-
(1) Mission needs.
(2) Concept analysis.
(11) System maintenance.
d. Addresses coordination of the HHA with the manpower and personnel integration (MANPRINT) and environment, safety, and occupational health (ESOH) communities of Army acquisition.
e. Prescribes policies to anticipate, identify, assess, and eliminate or control health hazards associated with the acquisition of Army materiel.
f. Establishes a USAMEDD integrated product team (IPT) to continually improve the HHA Program.
This regulation applies to all the Active Army elements involved with the Army acquisition process. It does not apply to the Army National Guard/ Army National Guard of the United States and United States Army Reserve.