Description: This course satisfies mandatory certification training and refresher training requirements for CP-12 professionals requiring completion of Level 1 Certification as prescribed by AR 385-10, as well as personnel requiring training in the application of governing regulations and procedures for the safe conduct of A&E operations as prescribed by DoD 5160.68, AR 690-950, and DA PAM 385-64. Course content includes a comprehensive review of U.S. Army governing regulations and procedures critical to conducting safe A&E operations at retail and depot levels, as well as training in the application of standard risk management practices, explosives safety program management, explosives hazards, explosives storage, explosives safety site planning and licensing, and ammunition malfunction and incident procedures.
Audience: U.S. Army CP-12 SOH professionals requiring completion of Level 1 Certification, personnel requiring training in the application of governing regulations and procedures for the safe conduct of A&E operations including safety professionals with explosives safety responsibilities, and DA Interns enrolled in Quality Assurance Specialist, Ammunition Surveillance (QASAS) CP-20 or Ammunition Management CP-33, as prescribed by DoD 5160.68, AR 385-10, AR 690-950, and DA PAM 385-64.
Length: Approximately 24 hours (self-paced learning)
Special Information: This course is considered Level 1 Certification training and refresher training for CP-12 explosives safety professionals, as well as safety professionals with explosives safety responsibilities and DA Interns enrolled in CP-20 or CP-33 as prescribed by DoD 5160.68, AR 385-10, AR 690-950, and DA PAM 385-64. This course is a web-based (online) course. Students must have web access and a CAC card. Students must register through ATRRS for course credit. A high-speed Internet connection is recommended to complete the course.
Prerequisites: Completion of Course Nos. 9E-F67/920-F35 (DL), INTRODUCTION TO AMMUNITION (CERT), 4E-F44/645-F28 (DL), U.S. ARMY EXPL SAFETY FAMILIARIZATION (CERT), and 4E-F62/645-F46 (DL), AMMUNITION PUBLICATIONS (CERT), offered by the Defense Ammunition Center (DAC) via distance learning (DL) is required for non-CP20/CP33 interns.
- Explosives Safety Program Management
- Explosive Materials, Ammunition
- Basics of Explosives Safety Storage and Hazards
- Explosives Site Planning and Licensing
- Ammo Malfunction and Incident Procedures