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AIR FORCE - AFI 91-202

THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM

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Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 12 March 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 203
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Purpose.

The purpose of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program is to minimize the loss of Air Force resources and protect Air Force personnel from death, injuries or occupational illnesses by managing risks on and off-duty. This program is aligned with and framed using the Air Force Safety Management System as the core structure and applies to all Air Force organizations and personnel. The Air Force Safety Management System is a systematic approach to managing safety and includes the necessary organizational structures, accountabilities, policies, and procedures. The overarching mishap prevention program is system compliant with the tenants of the American National Standards Institute Z-10 and the Federal Aviation Administration, Aviation Safety Management Program, which were used as the foundational sources of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program is recognized as a form of a Safety Management System, and is closely aligned with the Air Force Safety Management System. Units employing the Voluntary Protection Program will follow the USAF mishap prevention program guidance contained within this instruction. (T-1)

Document History

AFI 91-202
March 12, 2020
THE US AIR FORCE MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM
Purpose. The purpose of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program is to minimize the loss of Air Force resources and protect Air Force personnel from death, injuries or occupational illnesses by...

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