DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY REGIMENT FORT BLISS, TX 79916 PROCEDURES FOR THE WEEKLY MAINTANANCE OF 3RD PLATOON’S M4 CARBINE’S AFVA-BCX 14 JULY 2014 SOP Number 1 1. REFERENCES: a. Lubricate order (LO) b. STP 21-1-SMCT c. TM 9-1005-319-10 d. DA FORM 2404, Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet 2. PURPOSE: To establish uniformity of the cleanliness, mainanenance, and inspection for all 3rd Platoon’s M4 carbines 3. APPLICABILITY: This applies to all personnel assigned to 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company. 3.
While in Afghanistan we did 3 company level clearing operations and 3 battalion level clears. Myself and my squad found a total of twenty four improvised explosive devices, and sixteen weapons and ammunition caches. After a long seven months we returned to the united states on July 1st
EXECUTION: Commanders Intent: The 767 OD CO (EOD) will conduct a small arms range on 6 December 2011 on Range 28B at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. This training will be used to ensure personnel qualify on their assigned individual weapons. Key Tasks: • Assignment of range OIC and RSO • Identify Combat Lifesaver personnel • Ensure ammo detail is prepared with proper vehicles in order to draw from ASP • Perform BRM prior to zero
Unit 82: Prepare Environments and Resources for Use During Healthcare Activities 1.1 – Explain how the environment is prepared maintained and cleaned to ensure it is ready for the healthcare activity. All areas that are being used for healthcare activities should be cleaned with either disinfectant wipes each morning and in-between patients/procedures. Equipment should be all new out of the packets and clean. Hands must always be washed or alcohol gel must be used after removing gloves and equipment is disposed of. Sharps bins must be dressed properly with the lid on the correct way and signed and dated, they must also be used appropriately depending on what procedure equipment is used by doing this it prevents injury to yourself
All near-misses shall be investigated by the Lead Supervisor and reported in the same manner as any minor injury. All minor injuries shall be investigated by Lead Supervisor and reported to Owner within 24 hours of occurrence. Lead Supervisor shall complete Incident Investigation Form (Appendix A); and Witness Report Form (Appendix B) where applicable. All major injuries shall be reported immediately, by Lead Supervisor, to Owner, for further assistance in investigation. All efforts, within safe reason, shall be made to secure the scene of incident for the protection of injured person(s), other persons on the property, and for the protection of evidence for
These environment risk assessment provide control measures to minimise any identified risk. The risk assessments are reviewed depending on their final risk rating, High risk are reviewed 3 monthly, medium risk are reviewed 6 monthly and low risk is reviewed annually. This is not exhaustive, any risk assessments are also reviewed as and when any changes may occur. At all times I am required to ensure that my staff have the required amount of protective clothing that is required, to ensure their role is carried out safely and to eliminate the risk of infection control. Prior to carrying their role I ensure all staff are adequately trained in Health and Safety, including Moving and Handling, COSHH, Fire Safety, this training is updated on an annual basis and relevant or new legislation passed on when required through team meetings or supervisions.
All accidents should be reported to the person in charge and dealt with immediately by the designated first aider, ensuring personal protective is worn. Any hazards should be reported to the head, the bursar or site manager. No running in the hall, corridors or on staircases and all children are permitted to walk on the left hand side of stairs. Children are regularly informed and kept up to date with fire expectations and there is a separate Fire Safety Policy available. Total ban of smoking
We are a set up and take down setting so all equipment is checked over whilst doing this daily, anything broken or damaged is removed. When staff/volunteers have their induction training they are given a clear explanation of health and safety issues so that all adults are able to adhere to the policy and understand their shared responsibility for health and safety including manual handling and storage of potentially dangerous substances. As we are a morning session only, we try where possible not to have workers in the building when the setting is in operation, but if necessary the manager/supervisor will explain the health and safety procedures and a member of staff will stay with them throughout their stay and they are not allowed near the children. All visitors are to sign the visitor book on
I keep up to date my first aid and that I have a fully stocked first aid box. I make sure accident forms are completed in the event of an accident occurring and that all parents are fully informed, who then sign any forms that need to be filled out. Working with children brings significant duty of care, and younger and more vulnerable the child, the greater the duty of care 1.2 By ensuring risk assessments are being carried out within a setting, also to make sure all equipment and toys are safe, and cater for the appropriate age. By making sure there are no hazards like cleaning materials being left out and all electrical sockets are not being left uncovered, this is to protect any harm to children and young people in my setting. Ensuring the setting is always clean to stop the spread of infection.
If there are any company health & safety announcements made these are usually sent via email to senior support staff, who then cascade to the support staff & service users if necessary. AC 2.5 Describe how to monitor health & safety in the workplace. To monitor health & safety in the workplace we designate several of the duties to staff to ensure they are all completed regularly. We split them into different areas for each staff: First aid- staff ensure that the first aid box is stocked with all items of equipment at all times i.e plasters, bandages, eye pads, sterile water. Fire safety- staff carry out regular fire drills/smoke alarm checks/fire equipment checks to ensure they are all working correctly.