Conduct Human Resources (HR) Operations

12-TS-2001

HR COMPANY

WTSP Instructions Document
The Human Resources (HR) Platoon (PLT) Human Resources Company (Co), Human Resources Sustainment Center (HRSC), Postal Platoon, Casualty Operations Division (COD), and/or Theater Gateway (TG) Personnel Accountability Teams (PATs) are deployed or will deploy to an operational theater conducting Unified Land Operations in an urban/field environment and providing theater-level support at the Aerial Port of Debarkation (APOD) or Sea Port of Debarkation (SPOD). The section has appropriate connectivity to both Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router (NIPR) and Secret Internet Protocol Router (SIPR) Networks. You have access to HR enabling systems that are essential to carry out this mission. Non-unit related and follow-on personnel are arriving at the Air/Sea Ports of Embarkation (A/SPOE). All Tactical Standing Operating Procedures (TSOPs) as well as DOD 4525.6-M, FM 1-0, AR 600-8-3, DMM, ATP 4-93 and ATP 1-0.2, AR 215-1 and FM 1-0 are on hand. The TG PAT establishes the initial Personnel Processing Center (PPC) to track and account for all Soldiers, Department of Defense (DOD) Civilians, and Joint, Interagency and Multinational (JIM) personnel arriving and departing the theater. Personnel departing on or returning from emergency leave are also supported. Communications are established with the theater Army Service Component Command (ASCC) G1, Human Resources Sustainment Center (HRSC) the HR Company and the sustainment brigade provide logistical support, casualty liaison teams, and control elements at the (APOD/SPOD). The TG PAT is equipped with the Deployed Theater Accountability Software (DTAS) as the accounting system of record for all transiting personnel. All required postal equipment is available and functional. All vehicles required for mail transportation are available and operational. Inbound mail and outbound mail is received and awaiting distribution. Elements within the area of operations (AO) have requested postal finance and directory services. Free mail has not been declared. Casualties are occurring and may continue to occur while deployed. Replacement personnel are assigned and are expected to continue to arrive as required.  As the theater matures, unit personnel may participate in Rest and Recuperation (R&R) programs outside the unit area. As the operational environment stabilizes, unit personnel may also be allowed to take emergency and ordinary leaves and be eligible for reassignment to other operational areas. Replacement actions are conducted during lulls in combat operations. Communications links with subordinate elements and higher headquarters are operational. The Theater G1 coordinates for facilities and support. Theater personnel; military, DOD Civilians, and contractors, are proceeding to and returning from R&R areas. Communications between these echelons have been established. Requests for information and access to R&R areas are being received from supported units. Terrorists and other hostile force sympathizers are operating in the area. Threat capabilities include information gathering, hostile force sympathizers, and terrorist activities in a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high yield Explosives (CBRNE) environment. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP 4.
Greet, brief, process, and coordinate transport for non-unit related personnel and follow-on personnel, as required, to their assigned units or supporting PAT element within 24 hours of arrival or as expeditiously as possible in keeping with the tactical situation. Greet, brief, and assist units arriving in theater in their onward movement to designated assembly areas. Assist and account for personnel in emergency leave status in their departure from theater or return to their assigned unit. Ensure that Soldier’s duty status is tracked daily and updated in Deployed Theater Accountability Software (DTAS). Obtain and enter personnel data for all incoming and outgoing Soldiers, DOD Civilians, and JIM personnel into the theater database with 100 percent accuracy. Provide theater ASCC G1 and HRSC daily updates on personnel information and strength related data. Establish 75 percent of the CLTs at specified Combat Support Hospitals (CSH), Mortuary Affairs Collection Points (MACP), and division/corps G1 within 72 hours of arrival, or as permitted by the tactical situation. Establish communications with platoon headquarters, supported units, and Casualty Operations Division, HRSC within 24 hours of arrival at the designated work areas, or as permitted by the tactical situation. Postal personnel will provide all postal support required in the area of operations. Account for all assigned, attached, or augmentee personnel. Which includes Soldiers, service members from other services, Department of Defense (DOD) Civilians and contractors. Integrate newly assigned personnel into appropriate unit elements within 72 hours of arrival or as permitted by the tactical situation in accordance with (IAW) AR 600-8-6. Keep the manning/battle rosters current and accurate. Submit casualty reports within established timeliness of event or as permitted by the tactical situation. Upon arrival of personnel, receive, account for, provide life support and transportation, and brief selected personnel for the R&R programs on R&R area rules of interaction, in accordance with (IAW) TSOPs, AR 215-1, FM 1-0, DOD 4525.6-M, AR 600-8-3, DMM, ATP 4-93, and ATP 1-0.2. At MOPP4, reduce personnel accounting and strength reporting activities to minimum actions required for immediate mission accomplishment

Collective Tasks

Resources

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Product Title
ADP 3-0 Unified Land Operations
ADP 5-0 The Operations Process
ADRP 4-0 Sustainment Brigade
ADRP 5-0 The Operations Process
AR 215-1 Military Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Programs and Non-appropriated Fund Instrumentalities
AR 220-1 Army Unit Status Reporting and Force Registration – Consolidated Policies
AR 600-25 Salutes, Honors, and Visits of Courtesy
AR 600-8-101 Personnel Processing (In-, Out-, Soldier Readiness, and Deployment Cycle)
AR 600-8-111 Wartime Replacement Operations
AR 600-8-3 Unit Postal Operations
AR 600-8-4 Line of Duty, Policy, Procedures, and Investigations
AR 600-8-6 Personnel Accounting and Strength Reporting
AR 601-100 Appointment of Commissioned and Warrant Officers in the Regular Army
AR 614-200 Enlisted Assignments and Utilization Management
AR 630-10 Absence Without Leave, Desertion, and Administration of Personnel Involved In Civilian Court Proceedings
AR 638-2 Care and Disposition of Remains and Disposition of Personal Effects
AR 638-8 Army Casualty Program
Army G-1 PPG Army G-1 Personnel Planning Guidance
ATP 1-0.1 G-1/AG and S-1 Operations
ATP 1-0.2 Theater Level Human Resources Support
ATP 4-93 Sustainment Brigade
ATP 4-94 Theater Sustainment Command
ATP 5-19 Risk Management
DA PPG Department of the Army Personnel Policy Guidance for Overseas Contingency Operations
DCIPS-F Manual Defense Casualty Information Processing System Forward User Manual
DOD 4525.6-M Department of Defense Postal Manual
DOD 4525.8-M Domestic Mail Manual
DTAS DTAS Function Guidance
DTAS User Manual DTAS User Manual
EMILPO Guide Electronic Military Personnel Office Guide
EMILPO User Manual Electronic Military Personnel Office User Manual
EMILPO Website Electronic Military Personnel Office Website (https://emilpo.ahrs.army.mil)
FM 1-0 Human Resources Support
FM 6-0 Commander and Staff Organization and Operations
MPSA Military Postal Service Agency
POM Postal Operations Manual
TPS Manual Tactical Personnel System Manual
TPS Smartbook Tactical personnel System Smartbook
Sustainment Unit Training Resource Guide Sustainment Unit Training Resource Guide

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