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NEWS

  • Motorcycle Season is Here!

    The 2024 Motorcycle Season is Here! With warmer weather approaching, you can expect to see more motorcycles on the road; Here are a few things our riders need to take care of before riding again.

  • Roll into Motorcycle Season 2024 Safely

    The time is coming! Days will be longer and warmer soon which means more outdoor activities and motorcycles on the road. Understanding motorcycle safety is essential for all motorcycle riders. Awareness of hazards, personal protective equipment, and safety precautions all contribute to mitigating

  • Air Force develops Airman Safety Action Program

    Did you know that the Air Force has created an interactive way to report safety/health hazards and offer risk mitigating solutions, anytime and anywhere? That’s right, the Air Force Safety Center has developed an easy-to-use reporting system called the Airman Safety Action Program or ASAP.

  • Independence Day Weekend Safety

    The Air Force Reserve Command occupational safety program manager provided safety professionals across the Air Force Reserve with information about the 101 Critical Days of Summer.

  • I know what I’m doing, and other lies I tell myself

    Many of us convince ourselves we know what we are doing when we often do not. Take firearms for example. Too often personnel convince themselves they know how to properly and safely handle a weapon, but in reality, they don’t.

  • Don’t let driver fatigue play role in your travel

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- This is the time of year many of us will spend extra hours behind the wheel as we drive to and from vacation destinations, recreational outings or social activities. Very often, that driving time slowly erodes our ability to operate a vehicle safely as the

  • Keep sun safety in mind to prevent skin cancer

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Whether you spend time outdoors hiking, swimming or just relaxing in the backyard, limiting exposure to the sun’s harmful rays must be a priority.According to the American Cancer Society, more than 3 million people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year in

  • Summer safety tips offered

    The 66th Air Base Group Safety Office encourages the community here to practice risk management while participating in activities this summer. Managing risk is a philosophy that applies on and off duty. When a hazard has been identified, personnel should consider the likelihood of a mishap occurring