The top priority of the the installation safety office is to safeguard and protect service members, their families, civilian employees and Army and Air Force property, as well as to create the safest workplace and living environment possible. Safety office personnel advise, audit and assist commanders and managers in executing their safety and occupational health program in order to protect the mission, prevent injury and damage, comply with the law and limit liability. The safety office also manages the installation Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) course.
To facilitate a safe working and living environment in support of the Fort Belvoir mission.
Motorcycle access to the post:
All Service Members who operate a motorcycle and/or scooter are required to present a valid Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) card and their CAC card to Gate Security Officers prior to entering the installation. Service Members arriving for motorcycle training should explain this to the Security Guard.
All motorcycle riders are required to wear long pants, long sleeves, full fingered gloves, eye protection, ankle covers. Retroreflective vest/belt is not a requirement, but it will help "cagers" see you!
Find out what training courses are being offered at your local garrison and register for courses electronically. To view available courses, U.S. Army IMCOM Traffic Safety Training Program.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation cards for Service Members: The Basic Rider Course CARD is good for 12 months - you need to attend ERC or MSRC if you own a bike (DoD/Army rule). The BRC Card can be presented to the DMV within 12 months (Virginia rule). The ERC or MSRC card is good for 5 years (DoD/Army rule).
Personnel Accident Reporting Documents
The following forms are available below to report accidents or injuries that occur in the workplace.
- Halloween Safety
- Back-to-School Safety Tips
- Fireworks Safety Tips
- Heat Safety
- Don't Drown, Turn Around
- Bicycle Helmet Safety
- Water Sports Safety
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060