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This week’s Knowledge newsletter is available! Just download the document to access its features, interactive articles, USACR/Safety Center tools, multimedia products and more!

This week’s Knowledge newsletter is available! Just download the document to access its features, interactive articles, USACR/Safety Center tools, multimedia products and more!

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  • Do you have a carbon monoxide detector in your home? If you don’t, you may want to consider purchasing one. I bought mine at a large home-improvement center for less than $50. That’s a small price to pay to save an entire family from a premature death, right? You bet it is. Trust me, I speak from experience. Make your Soldiers aware of the off-duty hazards they’ll face in the upcoming months with the Off-duty Safety Awareness Presentation. The Ground Risk Assessment Tool is an interactive, automated online system developed to augment risk management planning and decisionmaking for ground operations. For as long as I could remember, my cousin had a bad habit of leaving the door open and leaning halfway out when backing up a vehicle. We told him this was dangerous and that eventually his luck was going to run out. One winter day, it did. Accidents don’t take holidays. Know your limits and seek training before tackling any activities beyond your capabilities. Crew mix is a big part of flight planning. Before one flight, I had some doubts about the crew mix. The majority of the experience was in the trail aircraft, which meant there was a possibility of task saturation for the PC of the lead aircraft. The Know the Signs campaign is designed to heighten awareness of risk factors and provide leaders and Soldiers the tools they need to address safety issues in their unit or peer group. The signs are all around. It’s up to you to recognize and act on them.