U.S. Army Safety Center
The U.S. Army Safety Center Team provides safety and risk management expertise to the Army, Department of Defense (DoD), and other agencies; develops, maintains and evaluates Army Safety policy and programs; and communicates relevant risk management information to Army Leaders for the preservation of our soldiers, civilians, families and vital resources.
The U.S. Army Safety Center Training Directorate provides three comprehensive educational and training programs that prepare civilian career intern safety professionals, Aviation Safety Officers, and Additional Duty Ground Safety Officers for challenging assignments at Army installations and activities world-wide. The Safety and Occupational Health intern program is a two-year training program that begins with 15 weeks of resident training and is followed by on the job training and advanced training that is tailored to the intern's assignment and job specialty. The Aviation Safety Officer Course provides six weeks of resident training to prepare Aviation Warrant Officers for aviation safety officer duties. The Ground Safety Officer course trains officers and non-commissioned officers for additional duty safety assignments.
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