Instill policies and procedures for a comprehensive Garrison Safety Program. Provide technical advice to the Garrison Commander and staff on integration of safety and risk management into all missions and functions within the command.

Additional services we provide are:
Plan and organize Additional Duty Safety Officer (ADSO) assignments.
Conduct on-site safety inspections of garrison facilities and tenant command operations.
Manage the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) training. See important information below.

All U.S. military personnel 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. Personnel who fail to present a valid MSF or CAC card will be denied access to the installation.

Step 1: See your Local Digital Training Management System (DTMS) Unit Manager to enroll in a course.

The Safety Office CANNOT enroll you!

Step 2: After the Local DTMS Unit Manager has you enrolled, email the Safety Office at:
usarmy.leavenworth.imcom-central.mbx.safety@mail.mil
Please provide a personal phone number (NO work phone) so that the Safety Office can notify you of any course changes. You MUST be confirmed 10 days prior to the start date!
Supervisors will ensure that each individual motorcycle passes T-CLOCS inspection before course start:
View the T-CLOCS Inspection Checklist

Step 3: Attend the course, or notify the Local DTMS Unit Manager within 72 hours, prior to course start, if you need to cancel. Our classroom is located on the south side of the Hangar at Sherman Army Airfield. Classes begin at 0800, arrival time is 0730-0745.

Employee/Workplace Safety Form Library-CAC/Fort Leavenworth fillable checklists
Ergonomics Hazard Self-Assessment checklist
Facility Safety and Fire Prevention Self-Assessment Checklist
New Employee Safety Orientation Checklist
Self-Assessment Checklist
Industrial Self-Assessment Checklist
Industrial Self-Assessment (hazards) Checklist
Job Safety Analysis

Want to know more about Safety? Go to these helpful links:

View the CAC & FTLVN Regulation 385-1 "Safety Program Requirements"

View the Army Combat Readiness Safety Center (USACRSC) website.

View the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) website.

View the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) website.

View the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website.