SE | Safety

SE Mission Statement

The Air Force District of Washington Safety Office takes great pride in fostering an environment which breeds excellence, stimulates growth, and focuses on the protection of Airmen and Air Force property from injuries and mishaps.  The AFDW Safety Office serves as the principal staff advisor to the commander, senior leaders, and field safety staffs on all safety matters to include flight, ground, and weapons.  We rely on the teamwork of our professional Airmen, both uniformed and civilian, to work toward a safety-minded culture driven by risk mitigation and awareness as we execute inherently dangerous war-fighting missions.  By focusing on our priorities, we remain prepared to prevail in today’s fight as well as in the uncertain challenges of tomorrow.  We are fueled by our greatest asset—our Airmen—and we stand ready to answer our nation’s call.

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Air Force Mishap Prevention Program The purpose of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program is to minimize the loss of Air Force resources and protect Air Force personnel from death, injuries or occupational illnesses by managing risks on and off-duty.
Policy, Guidance & Oversight for SE Executive Order 12196--Occupational safety and health programs for Federal employees
DAFI 91-202 THE DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE (DAF) MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM
Principal Staff Advisor on Safety Matters to Include Flight, Ground, Systems, Weapons & Other Operations The overarching mishap prevention program is system compliant with the tenants  of the American National Standards Institute Z-10 and the Federal Aviation Administration, Aviation Safety Management Program, which were used as the foundational sources of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program is recognized as a form of a Safety Management System, and is closely aligned with the Air Force Safety Management System.
Air Force Mishap Prevention Program The purpose of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program is to minimize the loss of Air Force resources and protect Air Force personnel from death, injuries or occupational illnesses by managing risks on and off-duty.
Policy, Guidance & Oversight for SE Executive Order 12196--Occupational safety and health programs for Federal employees
DAFI 91-202 THE DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE (DAF) MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM
Air Force Mishap Prevention Program The purpose of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program is to minimize the loss of Air Force resources and protect Air Force personnel from death, injuries or occupational illnesses by managing risks on and off-duty.
Policy, Guidance & Oversight for SE Executive Order 12196--Occupational safety and health programs for Federal employees
DAFI 91-202 THE DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE (DAF) MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM
Principal Staff Advisor on Safety Matters to Include Flight, Ground, Systems, Weapons & Other Operations The overarching mishap prevention program is system compliant with the tenants  of the American National Standards Institute Z-10 and the Federal Aviation Administration, Aviation Safety Management Program, which were used as the foundational sources of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program is recognized as a form of a Safety Management System, and is closely aligned with the Air Force Safety Management System.
Air Force Mishap Prevention Program The purpose of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program is to minimize the loss of Air Force resources and protect Air Force personnel from death, injuries or occupational illnesses by managing risks on and off-duty.
Policy, Guidance & Oversight for SE Executive Order 12196--Occupational safety and health programs for Federal employees
DAFI 91-202 THE DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE (DAF) MISHAP PREVENTION PROGRAM
Principal Staff Advisor on Safety Matters to Include Flight, Ground, Systems, Weapons & Other Operations The overarching mishap prevention program is system compliant with the tenants  of the American National Standards Institute Z-10 and the Federal Aviation Administration, Aviation Safety Management Program, which were used as the foundational sources of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program is recognized as a form of a Safety Management System, and is closely aligned with the Air Force Safety Management System.

AFDW Safety Contact Information

AFDW Safety Directorate

(240) 612-4755

AFDW.Safety@us.af.mil