SUBCOURSE 651, SHOP PRACTICES AND SAFETY
It is normal to want to succeed. As a repairman, mechanic, or technician, you want to be successful.
And many other people want you to be successful. Your happiness and their happiness depend upon your
success. Your boss, your friends, your buddies, and, in fact, your country, are counting on you to do your
job well. To do your job well and to be successful will take effort on your part. Serious study and hard
work will give you confidence and competence as you acquire knowledge and develop skills related to
your military occupational specialty (MOS).
It is normal to want to live. As a member of the human race, the health and well-being of yourself
and others concern you. Health and success relate very closely. Your value as a maintenance man
depends upon your being on the job regularly and performing productively.
The intent of this subcourse is to present four main topics vital to your success and well being: shop
practices, tools, safety, and first aid.
This subcourse consists of one lesson and an examination.
Credit hours: 3
You are urged to finish this subcourse without delay; however, there is no specific limitation as to the
time you may spend on it.
Text and Materials Furnished:
Subcourse booklet, Examination, and Answer Sheet
You may keep this booklet,
Proponency for this subcourse has changed
from Signal (SS) to Missile & Munitions (MM).
REVIEWED AND REPRINTED WITH MINOR REVISIONS AUG 76