Eighth Army

Soldier Risk Assessment Tools


Risk Reduction is a vital part of a vibrant and ready Army.  Evaluation of Soldier risk is critical in mitigating compromise to our readiness and ability to “Fight Tonight”.

Review of the Soldier Risk Tool Policy and Guidance – Korea (SRTP-K) will aid you in administering the Soldier Risk Assessment Tool that is becoming the Army standard.

Monthly assessment of a supervisor’s Soldiers is paramount in keeping the force ready to engage the enemy and not having to become distracted if one of our own ventures too far away from the safety of our Army Team. 

Using the Soldier Risk Assessment Tool will provide one of the fundamental tools to help Army supervisors obtain credible risk factors and assist them with implementing safeguards to protect our most valued resource … the United States Army Soldier!

To access the Soldier Risk Assessment Tool, see below:

For Eighth Army portal users (CAC access required): click here  

For AMEDD portal users (CAC access required): click here

For 501st portal users (CAC access required): click here

Once completed, the risk assessment should be printed and placed in the Soldier’s personnel folder.
For more tools, please visit the BDE Health Promotion Team Tool Box, located on the portal sites linked above.

It contains tools that are designed to be templates you can tailor to your unit specific population and challenges. 

Your Area Health Promotion Coordinator is your champion for training and information on the intent of these tools as well as how you might apply them within your organization.

Contact Us

Questions or concerns dealing with your Community Health Promotion Council or your Brigade Health Promotion Team content should be directed to the Eighth Army Surgeon’s Office  – Health Promotion Officer at Commercial 1-82-0505-723-4771/ DSN 315-723-4771 or your Area Health Promotion Coordinator or Public Health Nurse.



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