The safety office manages USAG Stuttgart Army Safety Programs. Receive information on and/or identify hazards and recommend courses of action that assure mission accomplishment and maintain readiness. Protect USAG Stuttgart community by integrating consolidated risk management into all aspects of our missions, leader development and everyday activities to ensure USAG Stuttgart is a safe place for people to work and live. Partner with Army, Joint and Interagency tenants to magnify, streamline and consolidate safety support.

Program Elements

Army Safety Program Management
Accident Prevention, Investigation and Reporting
Contracting Safety
Explosives Safety Management
Public, Family, Child, and Youth, Off-Duty Recreation, and Seasonal Safety
Radiation Safety Management
Safety Awards Program
System Safety Management
General Safety Requirements Management
Occupational Safety and Health Program 
Workplace Safety Inspections (OSHA) 
Host Nation Safety Compliance 
Risk Management 
Emergency Planning & Response 
Motor Vehicle Accident Prevention 
Force Mobilization 
Training Requirements           
Pre/final construction review/acceptance 
Liaison with Host Nation agencies and authorities on safety related matters


Safety Training
Workplace surveys and risk assessments, safety program evaluations, assistance visits, safety promotion
Liaison with Host Nation agencies and authorities on safety related matters

Safety Links

U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center
Ground Risk Assessment Tool
Preliminary Loss Reports
IMCOM Safety
IMCOM-Europe Safety
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
Product Recall notice site
National Safety Council

 Traffic Links

Travel Risk Planning System TRiPS                                            
U.S. Army IMCOM Traffic Safety Training Program
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Motorcycle Mentorship Program

ADAC Motorcycle Instructor & MSF Rider Coach Telephone: 0171-3668476
MSF Rider Coach Telephone: 0173-915-9307 or 0151-2590-3605

U.S. Army Safety Grams

The Tactical Safety Network
 Seasonal Safety Campaigns

Accident Reporting

Military accidents: ReportIt (DA 285-AB) 
NOTE:  DA 285-AB/ReportIt also needs to be submitted for class A-C civilian (DAC, NAF, LN) accidents.

DA Civilians:   OSHA CA-1  

NAF Civilians:  OSHA LS-202

Local Nationals:  UVB Form (AE 385-40)

CRC Knowledge

Family Safety Engagement Kit