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ESOH Committee - 2014 Task Plan
Proposed 2014 Tasks:
• Focus on improving implementation of current
DoD Acquisition SE ESOH policy
• Continue work with AIA on NAS 411-1 list of
Tracked materials
• Work with DSOC/SOH Council on memo
regarding 15 Nov 2013 Army CAE memo on
ESOH risk management and reporting
• MIL-STD-882E implementation work
• Develop mechanism and collect Industry and
Government feedback on policy and guidance
• Quarterly webinars
Deliverables / Products
• List of Tracked Hazardous Materials
• Memo co-signed by P&R and DUSD (I&E)
• MIL-STD-882E corrections and DIDs
• Comments on improving DoD ESOH policy and
guidance, and MIL-STD-882E
• Webinars
Schedule / Resources
Issues / Concerns:
• NAS 411-1 list of Tracked materials – ECD Dec
2014/funding by AIA and DoD participants
• Memo regarding 15 Nov 2013 Army CAE memo –
ECD Jun 2014/funding by DoD participants
• MIL-STD-882E implementation work – TBD
• Develop mechanism and collect Industry and
Government feedback on policy and guidance –
ECD Dec 2014/funding by participants
• Quarterly webinars – ECD June 2014/DoD funded
• Agreement between DoD and AIA on Tracked list
NDIA SE Division Meeting
February 12, 2014
• Time for staffing and advocacy for proposed P&R
and DUSD (I&E) memo
• Funding for MIL-STD-882E update development
• Time and funding for questionnaire development
• OSD support
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Environment, Safety, and Occupational
Health (ESOH) Committee Update
MIL-STD-882E Implementation
• May 2012 “DoD Standard Practice for System Safety”
• Efforts focused on 25 November 2013 Interim DoDI 5000.02
- DoD Acquisition Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH)
IPT provides ESOH content
- Changes include:
- Requires programs to use the methodology in MIL-STD-882E (vice D)
for management of ESOH risks
- Streamlines documentation, eliminating redundancy
- Document planning in Systems Engineering Plan (SEP)
- Document results of analyses in Programmatic ESOH Evaluation
(PESHE) at Milestones B and C and Full Rate Production review
- Working issue of Interim DoDI 5000.02 language that can be
misunderstood to mean that software programs without a hardware
component not required to perform software system safety analyses
NDIA SE Division Meeting
February 12, 2014
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Environment, Safety, and Occupational
Health (ESOH) Committee Update
Working with AIA on NAS 411-1 list of Tracked HAZMAT
• May 2012 MIL-STD-882E Task 108 provides DoD Program Offices with
optional HAZMAT management tool
- Focuses efforts on priority HAZMAT
- Requires contractual agreement on lists of Prohibited, Restricted, and
Tracked HAZMATs
• AIA published NAS 411 and NAS 411-1 on 30 September 2013
- DoD Acquisition ESOH IPT worked with AIA to develop
- NAS 411 provides defense contractors with detailed implementation
guidance to support Task 108
- NAS 411-1 identifies 11 Prohibited and 66 Restricted HAZMAT
• DoD and AIA agreed to jointly develop list of Tracked HAZMATs to be
published in revised NAS 411-1 in 2014
• DoD Acquisition ESOH IPT prepared initial list of Tracked HAZMAT and
distributed to Services in Jan 2014 for review and comment
• Objective is to reduce initial list of 1007 HAZMAT to maximum extent
possible without compromising DoD HAZMAT management
NDIA SE Division Meeting
February 12, 2014
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Environment, Safety, and Occupational
Health (ESOH) Committee Update
ESOH Committee meeting this afternoon, 12 Feb 2014
• Time: 2:00 – 4:30 pm
• Location: Booz Allen Hamilton, 11th Floor, 1550 Crystal Drive, ArlingtonCrystal City, Conference Room 1160
• Call-in Number: 877-885-1087; Access Code 5470700963
• Meeting agenda:
- Update on Interim DoDI 5000.02
- NAS411-1 Tracked Materials List
- “USAF Perspective on Rapid or Urgent Acquisition ESOH Management MRAP Lessons Learned” – presentation from the October 2013 NDIA
Systems Engineering Annual Conference
NDIA SE Division Meeting
February 12, 2014
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