AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, FIRE PROTECTION, AND HEALTH (AFOSH) PROGRAM
|Publication Date:||1 June 1996|
AFOSH program guidance applies to all areas, except where otherwise prescribed or specified in Status-of-Forces Agreements or military-unique situations specifically exempted in this instruction. Distinctions will not be made between the requirements for military and civilian personnel. See paragraph 9 for guidance concerning contractor operations.
Program Performance. There are many methods to measure program performance. At Headquarters Air Force there are three core measurements.
Occupational Illness and Injury Resulting in Lost Days. The baseline year is FY92. The desired trend is downward toward zero.
Occupational Safety and Health Citations. The baseline year is FY92. The desired trend is downward toward zero.
Funded Risk Assessment Code (RAC) Projects. The baseline year is FY92. The desired trend is upward for the percentage of funded projects with RAC 1, 2, or 3 assigned.
Purpose. To minimize loss of Air Force resources and to protect Air Force people from occupational deaths, injuries, or illnesses by managing risks.