Ammo-107-DL Introduction to Explosives Safety Management for Safety Professionals (4E-F26/431-F10 (DL))

Ungraded knowledge checks are distributed throughout the content to provide students with immediate feedback about their level of understanding in each topic. Graded multiple choice questions are provided at the end of each lesson. 75% of these must be answered correctly to continue in the course. After three unsuccessful attempts on the same, individual assessment, the course will be marked as unsuccessful.

Description: This course supports Level 1 certification requirements for Army CP 12 (Safety and Occupational Health) personnel IAW AR 385-10/DA PAM 385-64 by providing Army CP 12 (Safety and Occupational Health) personnel the general knowledge and skills to apply ammunition and explosives safety regulations and practices. This course presents major topics related to standard risk management practices in an ammunition/explosives safety context to include: Explosives Safety Program Management and Resources, Explosives Materials, Basics of Explosives Safety, Explosives Safety Site Planning and Licensing, and Ammunition Malfunction and Incident Procedures.

Audience: Attendees should be Army CP 12 Safety and Occupational Health/Safety Engineers, CP 20 Quality Assurance Specialists (Ammunition Surveillance), or CP 33 Ammunition Management personnel.

Length: Approximately 24 hours (self-paced learning)

Credit Recommendation: Version 1: In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in safety or risk management. The student may not receive credit for both the instructor-led (AMMO-107 ILT) and the web-based online (AMMO-107 DL) versions of this course. (5/14). ACE Course Number: USAM-0027. For more information on ACE and applying for college-level credit for this course, visit

Special Information: This course supports Level 1 certification requirements for Army CP 12 (Safety and Occupational Health) personnel IAW AR 385-10/DA PAM 385-64. This course is provided as a web-based course. Students must have web access, a CAC card, and an AKO account. Students must register through ATRRS for course credit. It is recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection in order to view the course.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of AMMO-45-DL (Introduction to Ammunition), AMMO-63-DL (Army Explosives Safety Familiarization), and AMMO-78-DL (Ammunition Publications) is required prior to enrollment in this course.

Course Topics:

  1. Explosives Safety Program Management
  2. Explosive Materials, Ammunition
  3. Basics of Explosives Safety Storage and Hazards
  4. Explosives Site Planning and Licensing
  5. Ammo Malfunction and Incident Procedures