AFI 91-207 PDF

Scan this QR code to use this paper checklist on your smartphone or tablet. Visit www. MICT Item 1. Has the unit CC communicated safety and health expectations policy letter to personnel in their command? If the unit augments the primary and alternate USRs at the flight level, have the flight level representatives been trained by the USR? MICT Item 2.

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Additional Information for:. Motorcycle Rider Discussion. Motorcycle Mentor Discussion. Each branch of service issues their own guidance on the required personal protective equipment PPE for U. Military riders. On top of that, each command or base may have their own set of guidelines or policies that govern the PPE requirements for Military Motorcycle Riders.

Below you will find information on what the services say that you require, but be sure to check local polices to ensure that they do not have stricter guidelines. Remember that Personal Protective Equipment can save your life and or the life of a passenger. You can be the best rider in the world, but you cannot control the actions of everyone else on the road. Last updated 21 April, Helmet Local policy may differ. Eye Protection Local policy may differ. A windshield or fairing does not constitute eye protection.

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 or standard sunglasses or standard eye wear alone are not proper eye protection.

A windshield does not constitute proper eye protection. Eye protection used without a face shield or windshield should seal the cup of the eye through the use of a strip of foam or material around inside of lens.

Footwear Local policy may differ. Sturdy over the ankle footwear that affords protection for the feet and ankles shall be worn. Foot protection includes sturdy over-the-ankle footwear that affords protection for the feet and ankles.

Clothing Local policy may differ. Riders and passengers shall wear a long sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers, and full-fingered gloves or mittens designed for use on a motorcycle. Wearing of long sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers and full-fingered gloves or mittens is required. Gloves or mittens will be made from leather or other abrasion-resistant material. A long sleeve shirt shall be past the elbow while the rider's hands are on the handlebar grips.

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. Hand protection consists of full fingered riding gloves. Gloves are preferably designed for riding, have added padding, and retain a natural curl when not worn. Increased Visibility Local policy may differ. Riders are encouraged to select PPE that incorporates fluorescent colors and retro-reflective material.

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. Riders should select PPE that incorporates fluorescent colors and retro-reflective material. Riders are encouraged to wear retro-reflective materials or use other visibility increasing devices on their motorcycle - BUT - Color and reflectivity requirements applicable to motorcycle operation have been eliminated.

There is no requirement to wear a "reflective motorcycle vest" during day or night as well as any quantification of color or reflectivity requirements related to motorcycle outerwear.

See local policy for requirements when wearing a bag or pack. AR AFI MCO Army Motorcycle Rider Information. DA Civilian employees who operate MCs in the performance of their duties will complete the training requirements of this section.

A Soldier can meet the sustainment training requirement, at no expense to the Government, by taking an Army-approved advanced level MC course. Navy Motorcycle Rider. Navy Motorcycle Rider Information. The program is an effort to reduce mishaps, which in the past have negatively affected readiness. Commanders are encouraged to establish joint training programs with installation and unit commanders of the other Service and local and State motorcycle safety program managers, wherever practical.

Training shall be provided to all Sailors within 30 days of the Sailor's request for training. The three levels of motorcycle training are:. Level I. All Sailors who plan to purchase or operate a motorcycle regardless of their intent to ride the motorcycle on or off base shall complete level I training prior to operating these vehicles. Additionally, operators of government-owned motorcycles shall complete level I training prior to operating a government owned motorcycle.

All riders must complete level I training prior to attending any advanced level motorcycle training. Level II. These courses are intended to build upon the skills and knowledge that riders obtain in level I courses. Level III. These courses are intended to improve the riders' skills and knowledge through a curriculum that includes practice maneuvers conducted at street or highways speeds, challenging cornering techniques and other realistic scenarios conducted in a controlled environment.

Follow-on Training. All Sailors who operate motorcycles shall complete Level II training within 60 days of completion of Level I training or upon changing the type of motorcycle ridden. Motorcycle operators who are properly licensed and have completed Level I training may immediately enroll in and complete Level II training. Refresher Training.

Civilian Motorcycle Operator Training. All civilian motorcycle operators who have a current State motorcycle operator license, endorsement or permit are not required to complete any of the above training. Air Force Rider. Air Force Safety Center. Air Force Motorcycle Rider Information. According to AFI dated 12 Sept, , Motorcycle safety training is not intended to meet state, territory, host nation or applicable SOFA licensing requirements.

Initial Training: Conducted Prior to operation of a motorcycle. Pending completion of initial training, commanders may authorize operators who possess a valid motorcycle license, endorsement or riders permit to ride subject to any restrictions imposed by such license, endorsement, or permit.

Intermediate Training: Conducted ideally within 60 days but no later than 1 year after completing initial training. Meet or exceed requirements for initial training. Refresher Training: Complete at least every 5 years.

Meet or exceed requirements for intermediate training. Marine Corps Safety Site. Marine Corps Motorcycle Rider Information. According to MCO The program is an effort to reduce mishaps that negatively affect readiness.

All unlicensed motorcycle riders must complete Levell training prior to attending any other advanced level motorcycle training. Initial Level 1 Training. All Marines who plan to purchase or operate a motorcycle regardless of their intent to register the motorcycle on a Marine Corps installation and all operators of government-owned motorcycles are required to attend and successfully complete a motorcycle rider safety course approved by CMC SD.

All Marine personnel must obtain a valid state motorcycle license or a motorcycle endorsement on their state drivers' license before operating a motorcycle on any street or public roadway in accordance with reference "d" of MCO Commanders are encouraged to establish joint training programs with other military installations, local state motorcycle safety offices or local community courses within the installation area when available.

Personnel should not be required to wait more than 30 days during the local riding training season to receive training. Commands shall not waive the training requirement. Marines who have completed a Levell course are authorized to operate a motorcycle only if they are licensed valid state drivers license with a motorcycle endorsement. Motorcycle safety training shall include the appropriate approved course.

New or unlicensed street riders must complete an entry level Level 1 type of course before proceeding to higher level training. All dirt bike or off-road motorcycle riders must complete appropriate Level I off-road training e. CMC SD approved off-road motorcycle course.

All initial or beginner motorcycle training courses must be instructed by certified or licensed personnel. The course of instruction shall include hands-on training, a riding skills evaluation, and a written knowledge based evaluation. Training shall be documented with a completion card or certificate as proof of successful completion of required basic or beginner training. Motorcycle Follow-on Training. All Marine motorcycle riders will attend mandatory follow-on Level II motorcycle training within days of completion of Level I course dependent on the local riding season.

The follow-on training must target the type of motorcycle the Marine owns or operates. All Sport Bike riders will attend a Sports Bike type course e. MSF-MSRC ; all other motorcycle riders will attend a course designed for experienced riders that targets the specific handling characteristics of the type motorcycle they own.

Refresher training shall be documented and the rider shall receive a card or certificate as proof of completion. This is a privately maintained website to try to increase awareness of the PPE requirements for U.

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Additional Information for:. Motorcycle Rider Discussion. Motorcycle Mentor Discussion. Each branch of service issues their own guidance on the required personal protective equipment PPE for U. Military riders. On top of that, each command or base may have their own set of guidelines or policies that govern the PPE requirements for Military Motorcycle Riders.

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Scan this QR code to use this paper checklist on your smartphone or tablet. Visit www. Has the newly appointed USR s received training within 30 working days after appointment? Are Safety meetings being accomplished between the commander and USR s at least quarterly? Has the USR conducted and documented spot inspections; at a minimum, one spot inspection will be performed by the USR per month and sent to the Occupational Safety Manager.

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