6 December 2006
Including change 1, 7 December 2006
Each service has its own documents and criteria relating to occupational
safety and health. Refer to the following documents as applicable for the issuing and
OPNAVINST 5100.23 Series, Navy Occupational Safety and Health
(NAVOSH) Program Manual.
NAVFACINST 5100.12 (Latest Edition) NAVFACENGCOM Safety &
Air Force Instruction (AFI) 91-302, Air Force Occupational and
Environmental Safety, Fire Protection, and Health (AFOSH) Standards.
AFI 32-1064, Electrical Safe Practices.
AFOSHSTD 91-501, Air Force Consolidated Occupational Safety
US Army Corps of Engineers EM 385-1-1, Safety and Health
Safety procedures are referenced in other service publications, including:
AFJMAN 32-1080 (TM 5-811-1), Electrical Power Supply and Distribution.
AFMAN 32-1280(I), Facilities Engineering Electrical Exterior Facilities.
AFMAN 32-1281(I), Facilities Engineering Electrical Interior Facilities.
NAVFAC Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). SOPs shall be
developed based upon job hazard analyses (JHA) using Operational Risk Management
(ORM) principles. SOPs must ensure compliance with the codes, standards and
regulations identified in paragraphs 1-4.1 and 1-4.2. SOPS shall address the purpose
of the SOP, the hazards that will be avoided by using the SOP, specific procedures that
will be used to reduce/minimize/eliminate the hazards, potential energy sources,
specific required training/certifications, rescue procedures and equipment, and
appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as fire retardant clothing, face
shields, and electrical gloves.
Priorities for the development of SOPs shall be in the following order:
a. The hazard may cause death, serious injury, or loss of a facility.
b. May cause major injury, severe illness, or major property damage.
c. May cause minor injury, minor illness, or minor property damage.