AIR FORCE SPACE COMMAND
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21 February 1995
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SAFETY DESIGN AND EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS SYSTEMS
AFMAN91-118, 18 Jan 94, is supplemented as follows and applies to HQ Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) and all subordinate units that design, develop, evaluate, or operate a nuclear weapon system. It does not apply to Air Force Reserve nor Air National Guard units and members. This supplement contains minimum criteria for designing, developing, or modifying a nuclear weapons system and outlines criteria to evaluate systems, and equipment for nuclear safety certification. Send a copy of NAF or unit supplements or suggested changes to this supplement to HQ AFSPC/SEW, 150 Vandenberg St., Suite 1105, Peterson AFB CO 80914-4260, for final approval before publication. Information in this supplement takes the place of that found in AFR122-10ACC1, 1 Feb 93, which will no longer be used for AFSPC guidance.
3.13.4(Added). Pendants. Pendants will:
188.8.131.52. Not exceed three inches in width or depth.
184.108.40.206. Not have push buttons with two speeds.
220.127.116.11. Not retract automatically upwards when released.
18.104.22.168. Be padded.
22.214.171.124. Have controls functionally grouped, separated by barriers one-quarter inch high.
126.96.36.199. Be between 34 and 57 inches from the floor.
188.8.131.52. Be equipped with a lock out control that will disenable all controls when in the safe position.
184.108.40.206. Have labels with black characters on a light background.
220.127.116.11. Have push buttons designed so continued application of force is necessary for continued application of control power.
18.104.22.168. Have an Emergency Stop button located apart from other buttons, larger, red in color, and unguarded for rapid activation.
3.13.5(Added). Motor Speeds. Motors for hoist, trolley, and bridge will have a minimum of two speeds. The speeds (in feet per minutes) will be:
Hoist 3-5 15-25
Bridge 5-10 50-75
Trolley 5-10 25-50
LAWRENCE LANGLOIS, Colonel, USAF
Director of Safety