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Units with motorcycle riders must appoint safety rep

Air Force Instruction 91-207 now requires each unit that has at least one military motorcycle rider to appoint a Motorcycle Safety Representative (MSR). Units with a limited number of riders may establish a common MSR across multiple organizations. (U.S. Air Force photo)

r Force Instruction 91-207 now requires each unit that has at least one military motorcycle rider to appoint a Motorcycle Safety Representative (MSR). Units with a limited number of riders may establish a common MSR across multiple organizations, said 45th Space Wing Ground Safety Manager Chris Olesnovich. (U.S. Air Force photo)

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- There is a new requirement in Air Force Instruction 91-207 added for each
unit that has at least one military motorcycle rider to appoint a Motorcycle
Safety Representative (MSR).

The MSR should be an experienced rider who will assist the unit commander
with the functions and services of the motorcycle safety program, e.g.,
Motorcycle Unit Safety Tracking Tool (MUSTT), training, licensing,
registration information, etc.

Units with a limited number of riders may establish a common MSR across
multiple organizations.

Units are asked to send MSR appointment letters directly to
chris.olesnevich@patrick.af.mil. Negative responses are required.

Once received, the MSRs will receive face-to-face training from the Ground
Safety Office. If an alternate is assigned (not required) this person may
receive the training at the same time if desired.

Motorcycle safety is crucial. See safety representative for further information.