Hazard reporting

Hazards can often be eliminated without waiting for official safety workers to take care of it. Voluntary Protection Program members encourage Tinker personnel to remedy any hazard if they can do it without injuring themselves. A pile of broken furniture in the soccer field near base housing is easy to remedy as Doug Bynum, 72nd Civil Engineering contracting officer representative, left, and Darren Hulsey, 72nd Air Base Wing VPP Integrated Design Team member, show by loading the debris into the back of a pickup and taking to a proper base dumpster. Even after a self-help fix, VPP members say a quick report is still necessary, but easy to do by calling or doing it online at the Tinker home page. (Air Force photo by Margo Wright)

PHOTO BY: Margo Wright
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