Jordan accidents

 

 

Accident records from Jordan do not include any from the time that the national armed forces were conducting clearance, and so only cover the period since 2006.

The records made available are detailed and especially interesting because the demining process used was primarily raking, and the injuries were unusually minor despite the frequent use of blast goggles or the Mask-visor. Blast boots were also worn, and their effectiveness against very small mines (M14 AP blast with 28g Tetryl) can be assessed.

These records provide an example of the way that increasing distance between the deminer and the device can significantly reduce the risk of severe injury in an excavation accident. They also provide a good example of accident investigations conducted with professionalism and objectivity by the demining group itself.

These reports are NOT numbered in a progressive date sequence.

 

DDAS accident number

DDASaccident469.pdf

DDASaccident470.pdf

DDASaccident471.pdf

DDASaccident472.pdf

DDASaccident473.pdf

DDASaccident474.pdf

DDASaccident475.pdf DDASaccident476.pdf DDASaccident477.pdf

DDASaccident478.pdf

DDASaccident479.pdf

DDASaccident589.pdf

DDASaccident599 **DDASaccident602 **DDASaccident604
DDASaccident608 **DDASaccident610 ***DDASaccident617
**DDASaccident622 DDASaccident623 ***DDASaccident625
DDASaccident628 DDASaccident642 **DDASaccident644
***DDASaccident645 **DDASaccident647 **DDASaccident653
**DDASaccident655 DDASaccident659 DDASaccident662
*DDASaccident666 ***DDASaccident669 ***DDASaccident670
DDASaccident671 **DDASaccident675 **DDASaccident676
***DDASaccident677 ***DDASaccident678 DDASaccident682
**DDASaccident683 DDASaccident690 ***DDASaccident693
*DDASaccident699 ***DDASaccident701 ***DDASaccident703
***DDASaccident706 **DDASaccident714 **DDASaccident720
***DDASaccident724 **DDASaccident731 **DDASaccident746
 

 

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