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Programmatic Environment, Safety and Occupational Health Evaluation PESHE ADDM Template DRAFT

This Template is courtesy of the Air Force, provided from the Air Force Acquisition Document Development & Management (ADDM) System, which is a restricted DoD site. Please note that this is an Air Force Template provided for your guidance, and that the other services or agencies may have different documentation requirements. This document is current as of 3/9/2016 ADDM template source review.Based on: 12114 Compliance Schedule dated 2013 ADDM Application link Guidance: This PESHE template is intended for use by ACAT I and II programs. Key terms: 1.   ESOH - The term ESOH refers to all of the individual, but interrelated, disciplines that encompass environment, safety and occupational health.  The system safety process is used across the ESOH disciplines to identify hazards and mitigate risks through the systems engineering process. 2.   System Safety - The application, throughout all phases of the system life cycle, of engineering and management principles, criteria and techniques to achieve acceptable risk, within the constraints of operational effectiveness and suitability, time and cost.  It is DoD’s approach for eliminating ESOH hazards or minimizing ESOH risks across the system life cycle.  The terms system safety and ESOH risk management are used interchangeably in this document. The sample text provided for many of the sections in this template is not mandatory and may be edited or deleted as necessary.  There is no specific format for the Programmatic Environment, Safety and Occupational Health Evaluation (PESHE) template. The program manager documents the PESHE in whatever manner is most useful to the program and best communicates to decision makers what Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) issues affect the program. The PESHE transitions from an initial planning document at Milestone B into an ESOH risk management tool as the program matures. Template

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