Operationalize and integrate risk management across the TRADOC enterprise in order to safely support Army training, readiness, and multi-domain operations.
TRADOC Safety Office
The TRADOC Safety Office serves as the primary staff advisor and subject matter expert on all safety, accident prevention, and risk management programs within TRADOC and its subordinate commands.
Motivate Soldiers, Civilians, and organizations to adopt safety as a core value; pioneer safety and risk management initiatives to develop a stronger, more agile Army through the integration of risk management principles; monitor, assess, analyze, and develop policy, programs, training, and initiatives to influence Army culture.
Organize and maintain an ACOM safety program tailored to the following institutional and organizational functions of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command:
- Army School Operation to include Training and Doctrine
- Safety Education and Training
- Range Safety and Operations
- Training and Operations Support
- System Safety and Research
- Safety Strategy and Development
- Hazardous Materials and Communications
- Branch Safety
- Aviation Operations
- Risk Management Integration
“Nothing in peace time training is worth the cost of a life as the result of taking unnecessary risk. “
- Safety is a commander’s program.
- Safety has direct access to the Chief of Staff and the Commander.
- Safety is Protection.
- Risk management is an integral part of everything we do.
|Office Manager||(757) 501-5460|
|Program Management Team|
|Accident Reporting and Data Analysis||(757) 501-5453|
|OSHA/HQs TRADOC SafetyProgram/Emergency Mgt/ARAP||(757) 501-5449|
|Initial Entry Training (IET)/Inital Military Training (IMT)||(757) 501-5451|
|Military Training/Force Protection||(757) 501-5451|
|Aviation/Training Development||(757) 501-5456|
|Standards/Quality Assurance||(757) 501-5457|
|Transportation/OIP/Program Management||(757) 501-5463|
|Safety Engineer||(757) 501-5450|
Our goal is to institutionalize the RM process so that all Soldiers and Army Civilians apply it-as a matter of course-in their planning, training and operations. To that end, commanders shall incorporate RM into their operational routines. This includes regular use of the process for crisis action and exercise planning, clear guidance in the commander’s intent on the level of acceptable risk, discussion of risk assessment and controls at mission briefs, and thorough after-action reports
For risk management questions or recommendations, contact the TRADOC Safety Office at (757) 501-5456 or email@example.com.
The purpose of the Executive Safety Council is to provide an overview to Army enlisted Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers about suicidal behavior, and the actions TRADOC has taken to reduce suicidal behavior and attrition.