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(Shutterstock image) Safety Break: Team Robins Fall Protection Safety Week
The Team Robins Quest for Zero Fall Protection Focus is to raise awareness of fall hazards and prevent fall-related mishaps. The week is designed to focus on activities accomplished on- and off-duty at levels above ground and on the ground. The Fall Protection Focus draws attention to avoidable mishaps due to falls and reminds Team Robins and their
0 5/15
2017
The Team Robins Quest for Zero (Q4Z) Heat Stress Focus is simply a reminder that hot temperatures are just around the corner, so the potential for heat-related conditions can easily escalate. (U.S. Air Force file photo) Team Robins Quest for Zero: Focus on Heat Stress
 The Team Robins Quest for Zero (Q4Z) Heat Stress Focus is simply a reminder that hot temperatures are just around the corner, so the potential for heat-related conditions can easily escalate.  The week is designed to focus on mishap prevention and remember to be proactive about activities accomplished in the hot months ahead. The “Heat Stress
0 4/06
2017
Be prepared for emergency situations on the road by having a winter “survival kit” in the vehicle including items such as, a working flashlight, extra batteries, reflective triangles, compass, first aid kit, exterior windshield cleaner, ice scraper, snow brush, wooden stick matches in a waterproof container, and non-perishable, high energy foods like unsalted canned nuts, dried fruits, and hard candy. Holiday Safety Tips
It’s that time again: the winter/holiday season-one of the busiest travel times of the year. With the change in weather and the rush of the season, hazards are everywhere. The seasonal activities and celebrations that we participate in have unique risks. Being aware of these risks and include risk management in his/her plans helps keep everyone
0 12/15
2016
Construction on traffic-calming devices at the Russell Parkway gate has been completed, and the gate is now open for normal operations. The three-phase construction project now moves on to the Green Street Gate beginning Nov. 28, followed by the Watson Boulevard Gate beginning Jan. 5. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ed Aspera) Russell Parkway Gate open, project continues with Green Street
And there ya have it -- one down, two to go. The Russell Parkway and MLK gates have resumed normal operations, and the Museum gate is closed until further notice. Phase 2 of the gate project starts Nov. 28 as construction moves to the Green Street Gate.  The Green Street Gate portion of the base's three-phase construction project to make entry and
0 11/17
2016
To help relieve traffic congestion, base officials have opened the Museum of Aviation gate for outgoing traffic from 3 to 5:30 p.m. (U.S. Air Force photo) Gate construction project moving forward
As the three-phased gate construction project continues to move ahead on schedule, base officials continue to make adjustments to improve the traffic flow for Team Robins motorists.The most current change include the addition time for outbound traffic at the Museum of Aviation Gate. In addition to being open from 5:30 to 8 a.m., the gate is now
0 11/10
2016
With the first part of a three-phase construction project kicking off at the Russell Gate Oct. 31, Robins leadership is encouraging base motorists to plan ahead and adjust their schedules accordingly.  The Watson, Green Street, and Russell Parkway gates will be closed for about 21 days each. (U.S. Air Force graphic
Gate project starts Monday; plan accordingly
With the first part of a three-phase construction project kicking off at the Russell Gate Monday, Robins leadership is encouraging base motorists to plan ahead and adjust their schedules accordingly.  The Watson, Green Street, and Russell Parkway gates will be closed for about 21 days each. The construction being performed at the gates is a
0 10/28
2016
The Air Force Drug Demand Reduction Program serves to do what its name says - reduce the demand for drugs. At Robins, the goal is to deter active duty military and civilian employees from using illegal drugs. This ensures a safe work environment and a healthy and ready force. Services include, military and civilian random drug testing, military squadron sweeps, drug awareness briefings for new civilian employees and new supervisors. Drug prevention education for dependents of active duty, retired and civilian. For more information visit them in Bldg. 207 Section C or call 497-8408 or 497-7669. (Shutterstock image) Robins Red Ribbon Week focuses on education
S ince 1988, people have been celebrating Red Ribbon Week. The drug prevention program has reached millions of people since its inception.The week began after a drug enforcement agency agent, Kiki Camarena, was killed in 1985 following Mexican drug traffickers.During the last week in October, schools, offices and communities participate in pledging
0 10/26
2016
(Shutterstock Infographic) Robins hosts Fall activities beginning Wednesday
Robins Air Force Base has a host of goodies in store for trick-or-treaters of all ages this Halloween.
0 10/24
2016
Tech. Sgt. Thomas Bryan, a 5th Combat Communications Group Combat Readiness School student exits a
vehicle rollover trainer at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ed Aspera) Rock and Rollover: 5th MOB School helps airmen come full circle with MRAP training
There are just inches to spare. As you’re sitting in a confined space that can be oppressive and daunting, precious seconds can mean the difference between life and death. But you’re not sitting alone. Facing five other body-armor protected Airmen, with a driver and passenger who are out of sight, you collectively wait for the signal. Then it
0 9/30
2016
Keith Felder, 402nd Maintenance Support Group sheet metal specialist, performs sheet metal fabrication. The 402nd MXSG is comprised of 400-plus employees at 12 work sites, to include infrastructure engineering, chemical laboratories and the Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton) It’s our Culture: Robins unit recertified by OSHA as VPP Star Site
The 402nd Maintenance Support Group has been recertified as a Star Site by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration following a visit in August.   The group was awarded the prestigious OSHA Voluntary Protection Program Star Site accreditation in 2013 for its ongoing commitment to workplace health and safety. It was the first industrial
0 9/23
2016
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