C.1. Overview The Commandant is required by law to train examine and qualify Auxiliary members before assigning them to duty (14 U.S.C. 831). This is necessary to ensure the safety of Auxiliary members as well as the safety of people who may be assisted by the Auxiliary. Auxiliary members are afforded protection against liability for property
Personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements are the same for Auxiliarists as for active duty Coast Guard and are listed below. These are also detailed in the Operations Policy Manual in Annex 1-Flight Operations Section D-Personal Protective Equipment.Air station commanding officers will issue PPE and ensure Auxiliary aviators are properly outfitted before conducting Coast Guard missions.
auxiliary type Buildings. Keep in mind that all required PPE must ... If individuals exit the vehicle in a PPE required area all PPE must be donned prior to exiting the bus. ... equipment required by the hazard assessment through training policies procedures safety meetings signs etc. ...
USCG Auxiliary Division 22 Eatons Neck NY - 1st Coast Guard District Southern Region - Member Training PPE ( Personal Protective Equipment) This page was created to store and share information (downloadable below) about the 2015 PPE requirements for the April 2015 Division work shop.
Auxiliary Operations Policy Manual COMDTINST M16798.3 (series). B. PURPOSE. This guide prescribes standardized procedures for the distribution tracking and maintenance of PPE for Auxiliary members to follow. Proper exercise of these processes will result in better accountability maintenance and equipment cost reduction. 1-1
Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) is defined by Wikipedia as “clothing helmets goggles or other garments or equipment designed to protect the wearer’s body from injury or infection. The hazards addressed by protective equipment include physical electrical heat chemical biohazards and airborne particulate matter.”.
Personal protective equipment use; Power sources (lockout/tagout provisions safe distance from power lines) Working in the heat long shifts; Provide personal protective equipment (PPE). When engineering controls alone cannot protect worker overexposure to chemicals noise or other hazards the employer must provide PPE.