Ammo-54-DL Risk Management and Preparation of SOPs for Ammunition and Explosive Operations (9E-F68/920-F36 (DL))

Ungraded knowledge checks are distributed throughout the content to provide students with immediate feedback about their level of understanding in each topic. Graded multiple choice questions are provided at the end of each course. 75% of these must be answered correctly to complete the course. After three unsuccessful attempts to do so, the course will be marked as unsuccessful.

Description: This course is a certification course in accordance with AR 385-10/DA Pam 385-64. It is designed to teach the risk management process and how to prepare Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) IAW the guidance in AMC-R 700-107. This course provides instruction on the Risk Management process and preparation of Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) for ammunition and explosives (A&E) operations IAW AMC-R 700-107 and Federal, DoD, DA, and AMC regulatory requirements. It incorporates a broad overview of hazard analysis and risk management, and then students learn procedures to identify hazards, manage risks, and to prepare and review SOPs through a series of exercises and presentations.

Audience: This course is intended for personnel in various munitions-related disciplines needing to complete the hazard analysis and risk management process essential to constructing well-written SOPs. It fulfills the requirements of US Army Materiel Command Regulation (AMC-R) 350-4, Training and Certification Program for Personnel Working in Ammunition Operations; AMC-R 385-100 Safety Manual; and Department of the Army Pamphlet 385-64 Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards.

Length: Approximately 8 hours (self-paced learning)

Special Information: This course is provided as a web-based course. Students must have web access, a CAC card, and an AKO account. Students must register through ATRRS for course credit. It is recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection in order to view the course.

Prerequisites: None.

Course Topics:

  1. Risk Management
  2. Standard Operating Procedures
  3. Designing and Writing an SOP