Local commanders and leaders should work together to write local directives and SOPs to supplement safety precautions. The SOPs should state individual responsibilities, safety requirements, distance limits for soldiers and explosives, training locations, sequence of operations, equipment needed for handling munitions, and protection of soldiers. Directives or SOP must clearly designate each person's responsibilities in any operation involving explosives. The unit must observe safety precautions.

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