The FORSCOM Soldier Risk Policy and Tool is designed as a risk screening tool for use by leaders to assist in developing a comprehensive. The Individual Soldier Risk Assessment and Counseling (ISRAC) for Substance Abuse to serve as a counseling tool which assists both the Soldier and their. Soldier. b. Commanders will review all FORSCOM Soldier Risk Assessment Tool worksheets to identify high or increased risk Soldiers.
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Authority for requesting the personal data and the uses thereof are given below. Soldierr provide a risk screening tool risj use by commanders to develop a comprehensive picture of the health and welfare of their Soldiers, assist and counsel their Soldiers in managing and mitigating their risk factors, and transmit too, on at-risk Soldiers as these Soldiers transition between commands.
Personal information on this worksheet is to be used only by authorized personnel in the Soldier s chain of command. Completed worksheets will be treated as unclassified personal information and safeguarded under the guidelines for Data At Rest DAR. In addition to those disclosures generally permitted under 5 U. Disclosure of this information is voluntary.
However, failure to provide the requested information may hinder the commander s ability to accurately assess the Soldier s risk level and assist the Soldier in mitigating their risk factors.
In the absence of this information, commanders may choose to answer particular questions so as to assess the Soldier at a higher risk level as a precautionary measure.
Page 1 of 5. Soldier’s Chain of Command must follow up to ensure appropriate care and follow up. Stress caution when driving or working with machinery. What is profile for? Refer to unit BHO as appropriate or unit chaplain.
Assign a “Battle Buddy” and monitor behavior continuously. Soldier’s Chain of Command must follow-up and verify Soldier was evaluated. Has the Soldier expressed excessive anger or seemed sullen and withdrawn within the past 3 months?
Has the Soldier expressed any suicidal thoughts or actions? Has Soldier been deployed more than twice? Refer to unit BHO or unit chaplain as appropriate. Assign a battle buddy and monitor closely. Do not leave the Soldier alone. If Soldier owns a firearm, order that it be stored in unit arms room. Refer to unit chaplain or unit BHO as appropriate. Recommend Resilience training for Soldier as appropriate.
If this involves questioning the Soldier, Article 31 Rights warning may be required. Review domestic violence policies with Soldier. Recommend Resilience training for Soldier and family as appropriate. Has the Soldier ever used drugs or alcohol to deal with life situations?
Determine circumstances and impact on Soldier and the Family. Assess how well the Soldier is coping and refer to unit chaplain if necessary or enroll Soldier into a Resilience Program.
Refer to unit chaplain. Closely monitor Soldier’s progress in the program. Refer to unit chaplain, recommend enrollment for Soldier into a Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program.
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Refer to Leadership for counseling. Educate Soldier on opportunities in the Army, reenlistment incentives and benefits of honorable discharges. Is Soldier enrolled in College Courses or online courses to better his work performance or progression? Has the Soldier been unsuccessful in meeting any military requirements or standards i.
PT, weight control, weapons qualification etc. Counsel Soldier on performance and develop action plan IAW with ris, goals.
Refer to unit chaplain as appropriate. Closely monitor the Soldier’s progress. Determine how well Soldier is coping and refer to unit chaplain if necessary. Focus on encouraging and less discouraging; continue to monitor Soldier’s duty performance and refer to unit chaplain as appropriate. Page 3 of 5. Discuss nature of accident and contributing factors. Counsel Soldier on the importance of following procedures and developing good driving habits.
Does the Soldier intend to purchase a motorcycle in the next 3 months? Discuss nature of accident and contributing factors and determine if there are any patterns. Counsel Soldier on the importance of following procedures and developing good safety habits. Provide remedial training if necessary. Discuss the importance of wearing seat belts it’s the law and the cost of not wearing seat belts. Discuss the consequences of utilizing cell phones, ipods and any other distracters while driving.
Counsel Soldier on the importance of following procedures and developing safe driving habits and remedial training may be required. Counsel the Soldier on safe speed, off-road use and personal protective equipment PPE.
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Ensure POW is registered and counsel Soldier on the importance of proper firearm storage. Commander may vary Risk Assessment based on discussion of weapons Soldier owns which may be brought onto the installation. Where did Soldier get training? If not trained encourage and ensure Soldier and family get training.
Encourage and ensure inexperienced Soldiers take a training course prior to engaging in high risk activities. Ensure Soldier is aware of the personal protective equipment PPEthat is required for such high risk activity. Discuss reason Soldier is pursuing this high risk activity. List the number of additional high risk activities 15SA Is the Soldier trained, certified or experienced?
Ensure Soldier is properly trained in the high risk activity. Page 4 of 5. This form is subject the Privacy Act of You assume the duty of obeying all motor vehicle laws, maintaining the vehicle properly.
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