AFI 40-102 PDF


Supersedes: AFI , 26 March Certified by: AF/SG3/5. (Major General Dorothy A. Hogg). Pages: This publication implements Air. ordinate units. It also applies to all Air Reserve Component (ARC) members when performing duty on. ACC installations. Send comments and suggested. and extends the guidance of Air Force Instruction (AFI) , Tobacco Use in The AFI is published word-for-word without editorial review.

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AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION to , Air Force Instruction (AFI) , Air Force Lodging Program, AFI AFI PDF - Supersedes AFI, 1 August Pages: 6. Distribution: F. This instruction implements AFPD, Health Promotion, and establishes. AFI outlines policy. The new (updated) USAF Air Force Instruction (AFI) http://www.

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The contractor must submit the following documentation to the IRSO for review, preferably as attachments to a cover letter on company letterhead: Added Copy of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission NRC License or Agreement State License, along with any amendments, covering the radioactive material to be used. The license must be current as shown by the expiration date.

Any questions on contractor responsibility regarding this issue should be directed to the IRSO prior to the contractor starting any work Added Ensures immediate notification to IRSO concerning any incident or accident, loss, theft, or damage to the device or any alleged radiation exposures. Provides information required by Technical Order N Obtains written direction before transferring waste from the using facility Added Ensures personnel perform their duties in a way that ALARA principles are followed Added Coordinates with the Unit RSO for the training of employees who may be occupationally exposed to ionizing radiation Added Disposal Procedures: Added The generator will initiate a written request for disposal instructions for all non-exempt RAM.

If there is a question on whether an article is exempt, contact the IRSO. The request will include the information contained in Table 3. Table 3. Benowitz NL. Nicotine Addiction.

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J Occup Env Med. Methods 2. Participants and procedures The study was reviewed and approved by Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center Institutional Review Board prior to participant contact or enrollment and signed written consent was obtained. Medical Personnel Training Squadrons.

During the first week of Technical Training, Trainees are required to attend a number of mandatory classes as a part of the transition from BMT to Technical Training. During this time, our staff deliver a brief alcohol intervention.

Following the intervention, Airmen were given a chance to consent to participate in the current study.

One year after completing the baseline questionnaire, trained University of Virginia staff contacted Airmen by telephone or email for follow-up. Contact information for consented participants was provided by the Defense Manpower Data Center which maintains the largest archive of personnel, manpower, training, and financial data in the Department of Defense.

Of those eligible, Baseline questionnaire The baseline questionnaire consisted of 29 items assessing four domains: demographics, tobacco use prevalence, intrapersonal factors, and interpersonal factors.

Demographic variables included age, body mass index BMI , gender, marital status, ethnicity, race, education, and region of residence prior to BMT.

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Tobacco use prevalence was assessed by asking Airmen their history of tobacco use cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, or cigars prior to BMT because the Airmen were still tobacco free when surveyed. Dual use was defined as a history of using two or more tobacco products prior to BMT. Follow-up questionnaire ST use was assessed at a one-year follow-up by asking Airmen about their ST use over the past 12 months.

At this time, almost all Airmen were at their first location of regular duty following Technical Training. Statistical analysis Participants were categorized by ST use status at the month follow-up as follows: U.

The associations were examined in three comparisons: U. Department of Health and Human Services, initiators and never users; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, re-initiators and former users; and Barlas et al.Not everyone is happy about the plans to make bases smoke-free.

Some policies that addressed smokeless tobacco allow use in a variety of situations which clearly sends the message that cessation from these products is not a priority for the military. For dual channel products only.

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Tobacco Free Living. They know the long-term health risks. Nicotine Addiction. A qualitative analysis of the tobacco control climate in the US military. Gonzalez-Anderson cited time and distance as two of the biggest barriers keeping tobacco users from utilizing resources at JBSA.