Reporting Status: normal
Road conditions: Amber as of 12/20/2014 6:42 AM
Frost bite temperature: 10 as of 12/20/2014 06:44 AM

Safety

 Points of Contact

315-772-4675Senior Safey Director
315-772-5353Deputy Safety Director, FORSCOM
315-772-4674Deputy Safety Director, IMCOM
315-772-0522Occupational Safety and Health/Radiation
315-772-9026Family and Community Safety
315-772-5354Division Tactical Safety Manager
315-774-36141st Bde Combat Team Safety
315-772-20162nd Bde Combat Team Safety
315-774-30403rd Bde Combat Team Safety
337-653-21304th Bde Combat Team Safety
315-772-7575Sustainment Bde Safety
315-772-6118Airfield Safety Program Manager
315-772-0310Range and Explosive Safety
315-772-3022Reserve Component and IMCOM Safety
315-774-2522Army Traffic Safety Training
315-772-4672Motorcycle Driving Safety Taining
315-772-3021FAX Machine

MISSION:  To provide Force Protection and Loss Control; A safe and healthful environment by integrating accident prevention processes that support the division and installation core competencies; Preserve human and materiel resources through effective risk management;  Establish and enforce safe practices to enhance the training, mobilization, deployment, and sustainment of combat-ready forces;  Establish and enforce safe practices and policies to protect the public and communities "in all areas of operation" from hazards as a result of military operations.
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ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE:  The Command Safety Office is a special staff office to the Commanding General.  It is structured to serve the "total" mission.

The major branches of the office are: 

  • BASOPs (power projection)

  • MILOPs (force protection)

  • Aviation Safety

  • Administration

VISION:  The 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) and Fort Drum Safety Program is the tool for maximizing the effectiveness of the division and installation mission through pro-active accident prevention and risk management  processes during peacetime and wartime.