Air Force Safety Center

Kitland AFB,  NM 
United States
  • Booth: 1634

Welcome to the Air Force Safety Center

The Air Force Safety Center's mission is to Safeguard Airmen and Guardians, while protecting resources to enable mission success. To accomplish this mission, approximately 150 servicemembers and government civilians are engaged in global actions to develop, train, implement, execute, and evaluate U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force mishap prevention programs and policy for the broad spectrum of aviation, occupational, weapons, and space operations. The Safety Center develops and oversees policy and programs for system safety and risk management activities that are integral to program office acquisition, certification and life cycle sustainment of all weapons systems and ensures DoD nuclear surety requirements are met. The center also oversees mishap investigations, evaluates corrective actions, and ensures implementation through oversight. Additionally, AFSEC maintains the DAF-wide mishap database, a cloud-based single integrated mishap reporting tool that provides required mishap information and timely risk mitigation data to all levels of command.