Increase personnel awareness of health, welfare, and recreational opportunities.
Maintain the physical fitness of personnel to avoid injuries and illnesses.
Promote training opportunities that increase personnel morale.
Protect personnel from workplace death, injuries, and illnesses.
Commanders, resource management flight chief, and supervisors.
Commanders, functional managers, and supervisors.
Commanders, public health, and supervisors.
Commanders and supervisors.
Conduct a job safety analysis.
Establish hazard reporting programs.
Maintain safety and fire prevention reports until superseded.
Promptly report safety, fire, and health hazards and deficiencies.
There is a need to check up on the training of newly assigned personnel.
Safety conditions have not improved from the previous year.
Initial training was completed over five years.
There is a need for refresher training.
Air Force (AF) Form 79; activity manager.
AF Form 55; supervisor.
Department of Defense (DD) Form 79; activity manager.
DD Form 55; supervisor.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Air Force Occupational Safety and Health (AFOSH).
Only OSHA and AFOSH when on a military base.
Operating fixed, bare base, and portable food facilities and equipment.
Determining occupancy status and determining and certifying nonavailability of transient quarters.
Making sure storage facilities and procedures adequately safeguard subsistence, equipment, and supplies.
Identifying facility requirements and conducting surveys to determine facility renovation, construction, and modernization needs.
Air Combat Command (ACC).
Air Mobility Command (AMC).
Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC).
Air Education and Training Command (AETC).
HQ Air Force Services Agency (AFSVA).
HQ US Air Forces Europe (USAFE).
Major commands (MAJCOM).
HQ US Air Force (USAF).
Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP).
Services Training and Education Plan (STEP).
Specialty Training Standard (STS).
Career Field Standard (CFS).
Unit Manpower Document (UMD).
Unit Personnel Management Roster (UPMR).
Showing a unit's wartime taskings only.
Showing members who have duty restrictions.
That combines an alpha roster and the Unit Manpower Document (UMD).
That combines a unit's wartime taskings and any required "peacetime adds" that are needed in the daily operation of a base.
A Unit Manpower Document (UMD) term that will cause a PCS move.
A conditions that usually causes a shortage.
Two people assigned to the same UMD position.
Someone promoted to SMSgt or Chief whose unit does not have an authorization for that grade.
NAF accounting office (AO).
Loss of APF manpower.
Loss of NAF manpower.
Increase in APF manpower costs.
Increase in NAF manpower costs.