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As your units get ready to conduct safety briefings and training soon, consider using the following:
1) Small Unit Leader Cards (pdf found here) - designed to be printed out and carried in a pocket, this tool assists junior leaders in providing a safety brief. Contains useful mishap statistics, talking points, and can be modified to include local high-risk areas. https://safety.army.mil/OFF-DUTY/Small-Unit-Leader-Cards
2) The Off-Duty Safety Awareness Presentation - don't task anyone in your unit to build a safety brief or lead safety training without having them check out this resource first. Professionally constructed each year, it has a little bit of everything; driving, POW handling, alcohol use, etc. with powerful supplemental, attention grabbing videos. It can be tailored to the topics you want to focus on. https://safety.army.mil/odsap
3) Travel Risk Planning System (TRiPS) - not a requirement anymore, but still available for Soldiers to use. I'd consider having first term, newly licensed, or first-time car owners use TRiPS with their first line supervisor before starting a long Holiday road trip. https://trips.safety.army.mil/TRiPS