d Air Base Wing – Home of America’s Arctic Warriors. References. •. DoDI – DoD Traffic Safety Program. •. AFI – USAF Traffic Safety Program. AFI is published! In an effort to ensure users have their questions and concerns addressed, we will post the most frequently asked questions through the. Air Force Motorcycle Rider Information. Training: According to AFI dated 12 Sept, , Motorcycle safety training is not intended to meet state, territory.
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All levels of supervision and management shall participate actively in the enforcement of the program and become involved by personal example and written instruction. According to AFI dated 12 Sept,Motorcycle safety training is not intended to meet state, territory, host nation or applicable SOFA licensing requirements.
AFI 91-207 Traffic Safety Program
Health and Safety Notice. The vehicles will comply with local, State, U.
On-Duty – DoD personnel are on-duty when physically present at any location where they are to perform their officially assigned work. Use of these devices hinders or prevents recognition of emergency signals, alarms, announcements, approach of vehicles, human speech, and the ability to determine the direction sounds are coming from.
Make a rehabilitative, Driver Improvement Program DIP available and actively refer and direct problem drivers and at-risk personnel to attend. Commands shall not waive the training requirement. To enhance the ability of other vehicle operators to see and avoid motorcyclists, outer garments constructed of brightly colored, fluorescent or reflective materials are highly recommended.
Air Force Motorcycle Rider Information.
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Vehicles on receipt to, and operated by, non-DoD persons or agencies and activities such as the U. Protective eye devices designed for motorcycle operators impact or shatter resistant safety glasses, goggles, wrap around glasses sealing the eye, or face shield properly attached to the helmet shall be properly worn. A windshield does not constitute proper eye protection.
Wear of long sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers, and fullfingered gloves are required.
Operators of Government and private motorcycles authorized to operate on an AF installation shall be licensed by civil authorities to operate motorcycles on public highways, except where not required by SOFAs or state or local laws.
Hours of authorized roadway use and rules for nighttime operation. As a minimum, the training shall include the following elements: Foreign-national, indirect-hire employees are the same as DAF civilian employees only when the 9-207 Force has supervisory or work performance control. Personal Golf Car – A golf car used to carry one or more people and may carry golf equipment to play golf.
All riders must complete level I training prior to afj any advanced level motorcycle training. This is an instructor led course. Installation safety offices may provide this training on a space available basis. Installation traffic safety programs will require the use of child safety seats consistent with state, territory, or host nation laws.
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Manufacturer guidance will be considered when developing lesson plans. Speed-modified golf cars have a top speed of 20 to 25 miles per hour. Leg protection is sturdy, full length pants or trousers that extend past the knee, and meet the top of the riding boot when seated on the motorcycle under normal riding conditions. Eye protection used without a face shield or windshield should seal the cup of xfi eye through the use of a strip of foam or material around inside of lens.
Each installation 91-2077 establish procedures to ensure compliance; to include administrative or disciplinary action.
This instruction applies to all people in or on moving motor vehicles and bicycles on Air Force installations, Air 91-027 employees operating a motor vehicle conducting official duties off base, Air Force military personnel including Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard on Federal Service at all times regardless of location, and foreign students in training with the Air Force who must complete applicable traffic safety courses.
The course will cover significant risk concerns and preventive measures for local weather, recreation, driving environment, and other frequent or severe injury causing activities. You are responsible to complete any operator’s license or vehicle registration requirements required. Minimum operator safety equipment including helmet, eye protection, gloves, long pants, long shirt, pads, and sturdy footwear as appropriate. If an installation has an off-road vehicle range open to the public, operators of privately owned ATVs must show proof of training Specialty Vehicle Institute of America SVIA course completion card to the range official before operating on the range.
– Military Motorcycle Rider PPE information
Adoption of these laws can address the majority of non-government vehicles similar to those described in paragraphs 2. Air Force funded training applies only to courses provided, sponsored, or contracted by the military services. Motorized devices have been categorized, and limitations on use have been qfi. Riders and passengers shall wear a 91-270 sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers, and full-fingered gloves or mittens designed for use on a motorcycle.
All riders of motorcycles and ATVs during off-road operations should also wear knee, shin guards and padded full-fingered gloves. Travel expenses to attend training are not reimbursable when mandatory course attendance is for operation of a private motor vehicle. Civilians employed by other federal agencies, military dependents, long-term contractors, and retirees may be provided training at no cost on a space-available basis, as determined by the installation commander.
Not included in this category are motorized devices that allow the handicapped to move as pedestrians, such as wheelchairs. Some GVOs are operated in a traffic environment, specifically tactical and combat vehicles See 2.