Recognize soldier stress.
Maximize planning time.
Adjust pace and tempo.
Again, the best way to supervise and evaluate any type of controls or measures takes a wide-ranging effort.
By continually stressing environmental stewardship in everyday work duties and functions, you as the
supervisor can ensure that your subordinates integrate environmentally friendly and sustainable actions into
their daily duties.
PART C - PLANNING AND CONDUCTING ENVIRONMENTALLY
SUSTAINABLE ACTIONS AND TRAINING
When planning training exercises or preparing a petroleum facility SOP, always address the environmental
risks associated with the activity. Make sure that subordinates are aware of the risks involved with a given
exercise, mission, or other activity. Then, ensure subordinates are able to identify environmental risks
associated with everyday and out of the ordinary tasks.
In the absence of specific guidance (when laws, regulations, and policy do not necessarily apply), it
should be assumed that the toughest laws apply. This is the root of the Army's environmental ethic. Imagine
the worst possible scenario as a consequence of not acting morally right with regard to the situation.
PART D - VERIFICATION THAT HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ARE TURNED-
IN AND STORED IAW LOCAL UNIT POLICY AND APPLICABLE
Using your local Hazardous Waste Management Plan, ensure that the following have been checked and
completed: DD Form 1348-1 (DOD Single Line Item Release/Receipt Document), the containers, fill
capacity, markings, labeling, empty containers, and inspection.
DD Form 1348-1 (DOD Single Line Item Release/Receipt Document). The Hazardous
Waste Accumulation Facility Manager completes DD Form 1348-1. The materials need to be properly
classified, described, packaged, marked, labeled, and in proper condition for transportation.
MIL-STD-129. The minimum requirements for the uniform marking of military supplies and equipment for
shipping and storage are provided in MIL-STD-129.
Containers. If a container is not in good condition or begins to leak, the contents are transferred to a
serviceable container or over-packed immediately. Only DOT-approved containers, compatible with the
materials being stored, will be used. A container holding waste is always closed during storage. Containers
holding waste are not opened, handled, or stored in a manner which causes the container to rupture or leak.
Containers holding ignitable or reactive wastes are located at least 50 feet from the installation's property
All containers must be labeled with label marking pens, e.g., the Sharpie extra-fine point marking pen.
Do not use ballpoint pens. Labels and markings must be replaced if they become damaged or lost. Store
containers to allow easy access to container labels. The type of label corresponds with the type of waste.
Labels are not placed over labels. All drums and drum-like containers are labeled as to their contents.
Empty drums and drum-like containers are labeled "empty."
A container or an inner liner removed from a container that has held any hazardous waste is empty if all
wastes have been removed using the practices commonly employed to remove materials from that type of
container by pouring, pumping, aspirating, or scraping. A container that held a hazardous waste of
compressed gas is empty when the pressure in the container is at atmospheric pressure. A container or
inner liner removed from a container that held an acutely hazardous waste is empty if: it is triple rinsed using
a solvent capable of removing the commercial chemical product or manufacturing chemical intermediate,
and is then cleaned by another method that has been shown in the scientific literature, or by tests conducted