AFI 91-207 PDF
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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Vehicle license 91-20 equipment requirements will comply with the minimum host nation, state and local traffic codes and laws as applicable. Gloves or mittens will be aif from leather or other abrasion-resistant material. 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 91-20 properly worn.
This includes all off-road vehicles categorized by DoDI A vehicle designed to meet civilian requirements and used without major modifications by DoD activities for routine transportation of supplies, personnel, or equipment. Not included in this category are motorized devices that allow the handicapped to move as pedestrians, such as wheelchairs. Examples of GMVs are passenger cars, station wagons, vans, ambulances, buses, motorcycles, trucks, and tractor-trailers.
The vehicle categories described in the following paragraphs align with DoD and recognized national and consensus standards. The three levels of motorcycle training are: A windshield or fairing does not constitute eye protection.
Installation traffic safety programs will require the use of child safety seats consistent with state, territory, or host nation laws. Helmet Local policy may differ.
Sturdy over the ankle footwear that affords protection for the feet and ankles shall be worn. Contractor or Privately owned Motor Vehicles. Task certification will involve personally observing an effective instruction of the course and signing of an appropriate task certification record. All personnel as listed in paragraph 1. Vehicle operators on an AF installation and operators of government owned, leased, or rented vehicles, on or off an AF installation, shall not use cell phones while the vehicle is in operation, including hands-free devices.
The follow-on training must target the type of motorcycle the Marine owns or operates. Conducted ideally within 60 days but no later than 1 year after completing initial training. Commanders shall accept the completion card of any MSF or MSF-based state motorcycle training course that includes a written and riding evaluation as proof of successful completion of the required training.
AFI 91-207 Traffic Safety Program
Personal Golf Car – A golf car used to carry one or more people and may carry golf equipment to play golf. All persons who ride a bicycle on an AF installation shall properly wear an approved e. Unit commanders will ensure riders are informed of club benefits and their opportunity to join. Schedule training as part of the Newcomers’ Orientation Program or by a separately scheduled presentation. In addition, Department of Defense military and civilians from other services or agencies 91-2077 are assigned to or employed on the Air Force installation should receive the training under the same conditions.
Motorized devices have been categorized, and limitations on use have been clarified.
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Fleet Golf Car – A golf car used solely to carry one or more people and golf equipment to play golf. Air Force Safety Center. Use of government owned and operated RMVs require lesson plans and documentation of training.
Commanders will limit these vehicles to off-road areas and tactical operations. These devices, including skateboards, kick-scooters, roller-skates, are prohibited on installation roadways except for incidental road access associated with pedestrians and will comply with all pedestrian related traffic laws. Commanders and supervisors will complete an ORM evaluation when requesting to use these vehicles in traffic, industrial, or pedestrian environments. Direct-duty military personnel and language students at Lackland Air Force Base before initial duty assignment.
The following afk describe safety requirements applicable to vehicle operators, passengers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. At a minimum, the ORM evaluation will include: This group includes vehicles manufactured solely as off-road motorized vehicles or transportation devices.
– Military Motorcycle Rider PPE information
Motorcycle helmet intercom system between operator and passenger is permitted. Foreign-national, direct-hire employees are the same as DAF civilian employees. Installations located in States will apply and enforce the State laws aci standards for fai vehicles in traffic as described in DoDI Wear of long sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers, and fullfingered gloves are required.
Provide support and funding as needed to comply with this instruction. When necessary, road guards or safety spotters will be utilized to safely control traffic for formation runs or group running events.
This training module will be taught to new Air Force military and civilian supervisors. Traffic safety training course completions will be documented in the afii Air Force Automated Personnel Data System for ancillary training.
All newly assigned military including foreign military students and DAF and NAF 91-027 personnel identified during in-processing.
A windshield does not constitute proper eye protection. Air Force military and civilian personnel will not be required to pay for or use annual leave for training or education mandated by this instruction with the exception of off-road privately owned ATV and dirt bike training.
Also not included are motorcycles, mopeds, seated motor scooters and motor assisted bicycles authorized by applicable traffic codes to be used in traffic. It is the senior occupant’s responsibility to ensure enforcement of occupant restraints. The traffic use of low-speed vehicles is not an “as safe” alternative to use of commercially designed vehicles. An ORM evaluation will be completed when commanders are considering authorizing any type of RMV in traffic, industrial, or pedestrian environments.
This TDY training may be completed by non-safety personnel if task-certified by a qualified safety instructor.