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Asking a two-part question. First question, do drivers' certifications such as Ammo 45, 67 and 108 is required when transporting/picking up inert ammunition or CS capsules (K765) from the ASP?
Second question. Are vehicles required placards when transporting CS capsules (small amount)? Thank you!
Need a poc at usatces to discuss an installations submission and lack of response.
I believe there used to be-or-is a requirement for a
(Separator Board) either metal or plywood that would separate the cargo
compartment of the vehicle from the
operator/passenger compartment when transporting ammo.
Does anyone have a reference?
Defense Explosives Safety Regulation 6055.09
Edition 1 ~
January 13, 2019
Website: DoD Explosives Safety Home - DENIX (osd.mil)
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction (CJCSI 4360.01B)
Explosives Safety and Munitions Risk Management for Joint Operations Planning, Training, and Execution
Website: Official Website of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (jcs.mil)
Department of the Army Pamphlet 700–107
Army Regulation 700 – 13
Hello all, i am getting ready to write an ESMP for an ASCC. I am lookig for a/any template? thanks for any help.
send to: email@example.com
How would one go about getting a copy of the DoD Acquisition Managers Handbook for Insensitive
Munitions, August 2013 (NOTAL).
From my understanding, NOTAL is restricted distribution.
The Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) 2016 Emergency Response Guidebook provides first responders with a go-to manual to help deal with hazmat transportation accidents during the critical first 30 minutes and is available at https://www.phmsa.dot.gov/hazmat/erg/emergency-response-guidebook-erg.
Info relating to the release of the 2020 ERG can be found at https://www.phmsa.dot.gov/hazmat/erg/erg-2020
Can someone tell me who the POC or the office is that I need to contact about updating the AMC DRAWINGS 19-48-series?
Does anyone know of anyone resources to lookup COEs? We have had no luck so far.
Here in Hawaii we are working a jiont project with the Navy constructing new Magazines. We were asked a question about a buildings requirements. We answered using the requirements of DA PAM 385-64. USACE came back and stated: "The vriteria laid out in DA Pam 385-64 is no longer valid. SDW are not approved for new contsruction using the criteria of the DA Pam." If we do not use the DA Pam, what do we use, and what will licenses and inspections be based on.......Thanx, Ted
When processing residue documents through SAAS that contain expended lunch tubes (CX01), are the expended tubes required to be brought to record or does the document simply gets cleared through document reconciliation? My questions arised from reading DA Pam 700-16 para 10-32 and from expended CAT I items guidance used prior to SCP 11. Thanks!
Current publications state we must put that indivuals have been screened IAW AR 190-11 in the 1687 remarks block. Should we now put AR 190-13 due to ALARACT 062/2019? What say you?
I am currently working on the requirements for the Army Safety Explosives Level 2 certificate. One of the required courses for this is the online AMMO-100 Explosive Safety Site Planning Process (DAC Course 4E-F25_431-F9 (DL)) course. To register for this course, I went to the DACTES website, which directed me to the ATRRS site. After registering, I was directed to the ALMS site. However, on ALMS, there is only a Letter of Instruction (LOI), the Exam, and a Survey. I can't seem to find the actual course content. Can anyone assist me with this? Thank you!
We have a set of earth covered magazines with high humidity.
I would like to hear about what systems others are using to mechanically dehumidify their ECMs. Informartion on the systems that are set up on the outside of the bunker, with piping going through the barrel of the magazine, portable dehumifier units and other systems would be greatly appreciated.
Changes to AESIP Portal o/a Jan 6, 2020.
The AESIP Portal URL (https://aesip.army.mil/irj/portal) will no longer be directly accessible to AESIP Hub applicatons. Redirected link will be to the Army Enterprise Portal URL (https://enterprise.armyerp.army.mil).
Artillery units have been removing pre-fuzed rounds and replacing them with a different model fuze. This practice is prohibited at unit level maintenance and could cause serious injuries.
DODIC C454 and C479 are the most common fuzed cartridges consumed in training.TM 9-1300-251-20&P Lists remove and installation of a fuze that has been pre-fuzed to the projectile as a Depot level maintenance task. Maintenance Allocation Chart for Artillery Ammunition (pg B-17 of TM9-1300-251-20&P )
Group Number: 0304Component/Assembly: b. Nose FuzeMaintenance Function: Remove/InstallMaintenance Level: DepotWhen the unit looks at the Chart, I am sure that they will comment that component/assemblynose Fuze allows for removing and installing of the fuze at the operator or crew maintenance level but component/assemblya nose Fuze does not apply to the pre-fuzed cartridges. C454, M60 Smoke WP rounds are fuzed at the time of manufacture. Units are not authorized to remove fuzes from prefuzed rounds There are two safety rationale for units not removing the fuzes from the pre-fuzed cartridges in the field: 1. The fuzes are staked to prevent any movement of the fuze during transportation for safety purposes. If the round is unfuzed the cartridge is not safe to transport because the original fuze is not installed, and the cartridge is not being transported in the appropriate packaging configuration. 2. Pre-fuzed rounds are torqued to the round more from the manufacture than when a soldier installs them in the field. Removal of a fuze in the field will require more torque causing damage to the fuze, and a possibility of booster breaking off in the fuze well of the round resulting in both the projectile and the fuze becoming unserviceable and an explosive hazard.
My unit is looking at using a brass deformer
IAW the DAP 385-64
Safety Site Planning
(13) Establishes or designates locations for equipment (such as, brass deformers) used to process spent cartridge cases, range residue, and so forth
Question: If the brass is already Certified and verified explosive free, as it would be going to DLA, why would the unit need a DDESB safety site plan?
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