Fire Safety and Risk Management

DOCTRINE
(Principles Based Management)
"I am therefore committing us to move toward a point where we anchor our actions and decisions to a well-understood doctrine"

Forest Service Chief Dale Bosworth, January 26, 2006

 

Eight Principles of Safety

  1. People are the most critical element of the safety program
  2. Our goal is to prevent all injuries, illnesses and accidents
  3. Management has leadership responsibility and accountability for preventing injuries. illnesses, and accidents
  4. Safety is a condition of employment. The workforce must be provided continuous training to work safely
  5. Our contractors and cooperators will meet safety standards
  6. Regular oversight and monitoring of safety performance are important and needed
  7. Identified safety deficiencies will be corrected immediately
  8. Safety extends beyond the job to be part of every person's life
     


The Agreements & Annual Operating Plans are for emergency fire incidents and are not 508 compliant.

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