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Safety Briefing Feb 2010. Overview. February Sentinel MN Wing Safety incidents Safety Awards. Safety Alert. A new process has been put into place to ensure high risk items are communicated

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Safety briefing feb 2010

Safety BriefingFeb 2010


Overview

Overview

  • February Sentinel

  • MN Wing Safety incidents

  • Safety Awards


Safety alert

Safety Alert

  • A new process has been put into place to ensure high risk items are communicated

  • Safety Alert’s purpose is protect our members, the equipment and aircraft members own, and CAP assets

  • Safety Alerts are published on the National CAP website, added to the RSS feed on eServices, and distributed to all senior CAP leadership for distribution

    • Also posted on Facebook and Twitter


Alert 10 01

Alert# 10-01

COLD WEATHER AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS

As a result of winter operations across most of the United States with below normal temperatures within the Southeastern U.S. and Hard Freeze Warnings that continue along the Gulf Coast from east TX to central FL, ALL CAP Units are reminded to observe COLD WEATHER AIRCRAFT OPERATION PROCEDURES.

Please review the attached FAA Advisory Circular # 91-13C for additional Information. Additionally ALL Aircrews should review and brief emergency procedures related to fire during start-up which has heightened risk due to cold temperatures. Cold weather procedures within the Pilot Operating Handbook/Aircraft Flight Manual (POH/AFM) of aircraft operated should be observed unless a known CAP regulation is more restrictive.

AFFECTED PERSONNEL: ALL CONUS & ALASKA WINGS

AFFECTED PERSONNEL: ALL FLIGHT CREWS (PILOTS, OBSERVERS, SCANNERS)

PUBLISHED: January 12, 2010

EFFECTIVE: Immediately

REFERENCES: CAPR 60-1, AIRCRAFT POH/AFM, FAA ADVISORY CIRCULAR # 91-13C

Please advise the National Safety Team with any questions or concerns at

[email protected] Report ALL Incidents using an online FORM 78.


Alert 10 02

Alert# 10-02

AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION DATABASE ERROR

In accordance with a recent Honeywell Safety Bulletin a GPS database release by Jeppesen, Cycle 1001 databases (effective date 14-Jan-2010, that contains incorrect Dynamic Magnetic Variations for all terminal and en-route waypoint records, it is imperative that incorrect databases NOT be used for arrival, departure, or approach operations. Any of the following databases that contain incorrect data MUST be corrected before use:

1. Cycle 1001 databases downloaded from Wingman Services prior to January 12, 2010.

2. Cycle 1001 databases on programmed media and received prior to January 12, 2010.

GPS databases affected are and may be operated in member owned aircraft: KLN35A, KLN88, KLN89, KLN89B, KLN90, KLN90A, KLN90B, KLN94, KLX 100, KLX135, KLX135A, KLN900

CAP operates this GPS equipment: KLN89, KLN89B, KLN94

Applicable maintenance support has been notified; however it is the flight crew’s responsibility to ensure their database has been updated prior to flight conditions where these GPS systems are required. Flight of CAP aircraft into conditions relying on GPS navigation equipment without the proper updated GPS programming is PROHIBITED IAW CAPR 60-1.

AFFECTED WINGS WITH CAP AIRCRAFT: AK, AL, AR, FL, GA, IA, KY, LA, ME, MS, NC, ND, NY, OK, PA, SC, TN, TX, WI

AFFECTED WINGS WITH MEMBER OWNED AIRCRAFT: ALL

AFFECTED CAP AIRCRAFT by N#: N914CP, N430CP, N431CP, N904CP, N924CP, N901CP, N918CP, N995CP, N425CP, N909CP, N922CP, N990CP, N426CP, N919CP, N996CP, N987CP, N986CP, N983CP, N994CP, N427CP, N925CP, N916CP, N991CP, N907CP, N927CP, N917CP, N906CP, N981CP, N926CP, N993CP, N905CP, N428CP, N979CP, N982CP, N984CP, N985CP, N910CP, N429CP

AFFECTED DUTY POSITIONS: ALL FLIGHT CREWS (PILOTS, OBSERVERS, SCANNERS)

PUBLISHED: January 19, 2010

EFFECTIVE: Immediately

REFERENCES: CAPR 60-1, HONEYWELL SAFETY BULLETIN

Please advise the National Safety Team with any questions or concerns at [email protected] Report ALL Incidents using an online FORM 78.


Reactive safety management

Reactive Safety Management

  • Reactive style of management never addresses the reasons of why mistakes are made

  • Humans will make mistakes, seldom intentionally

  • Must dig down and find out why a particular type of error keeps “popping up”

  • It takes more time, and requires a good deal of patience, it is the best way to manage safety.


Avoiding car fires due to phone use

Avoiding Car Fires Due To Phone Use

  • Not all vehicles’ outlets are “live” when the ignition is off, but some ARE

  • If yours stays ON it can be REALLY scary. A member left an I Phone charger/docking station plugged into the van’s outlet.

  • Charger over heated and started a fire, the van was not drivable


Civil air patrol safety facebook twitter really it s true

Civil Air Patrol Safety, Facebook, Twitter, Really It’s True!

  • In an attempt to bring our members safety information will periodically be posted to Facebook and Twitter. You can find us on:

  • Facebook

    Civil Air Patrol Safety – U.S. Air Force Auxiliary

  • Twitter

    www.twitter.com/CAPSafe.

  • These notices will typically point you back the National CAP website, www.gocivilairpatrol.com,


What are we doing right

What ARE WE Doing Right?

  • About 600 near miss events or every major event. Your expertise, which is often under reported and under appreciated, often makes the difference. Here are a couple examples:

    • N.C. crew operating a C172 landed at an offsite airport for refueling. During pre-departure magneto check, one magneto did not function correctly and the crew could not get it to burn off. Sortie #2 was canceled and ground transportation was arranged.

    • N.J. van, loaded with cadets, was rushed by a herd of four deer. Diver maintained control, used appropriate speed for conditions. Results: zero injuries


National mishaps

National Mishaps

  • 172 hanger rash pushing aircraft into hanger alone

  • Precautionary landing for smoke in cock-pit

  • Golf cart ran into aircraft after a ladder loaded in the cart hit the accelerator

  • hanger rash pushing aircraft with distractions

  • Burt leg; backed into fire drum wile roasting hot dogs

  • Member passed-out; dehydration

  • Tripped, hurt knee; pre-existing condition

  • Member passed-out; locked knees while in formation

  • Cadet jumped shrub, hit an unseen car

  • Suicidal turkey hit moving van

  • POV backed in CAP van


Cap s safety suggestion database

CAP’s Safety Suggestion database

  • Kids under the age of 13 should not be allowed to walk the street without an adult

  • Wear good shoes for drill to protect feet.

  • Store unused Charcoal in a small metal garbage can (with a lid); damp charcoal can lead to spontaneous combustion.

  • Never stand on a chair

  • Keep a shovel in the CAP vehicles for snow or mud.

  • To stay warm, remember "COLD“: Keep garments CLEAN, avoid OVERHEATING, dress in LAYERS, remain DRY.

  • Winter Driving Safety Tips; a) Decrease your speed and increase the space. b) Brake gently c) If in a slide, turn into the slide. d) Keep your lights and windshield clean. e) Turn on your lights to increase your visibility. f) Be careful on bridges, and overpasses


Cap s safety suggestion database1

CAP’s Safety Suggestion database

  • Have cadets wear yellow reflective PT Belts when doing PT @ night.

  • On FAA Flight Plan, make the secondary contact given to the FAA be the Flight Release officer

  • Have cadets wear yellow reflective PT Belts when doing PT @ night

  • Install color coded tire pressure caps on CAP Vans and vehicles . They show (Green) when "at" the desired PSI , Yellow when high and Red when the tire PSI is too low . Cost $10 for a set of four. use the buddy system when going anywhere on a cap activity away from the "group

  • Use the buddy system when going anywhere on a cap activity away from the "group

  • Keep some clothes, shoes and a flashlight EXACTLY where you know where they are when you go to bed.

  • Take it easy when shoveling snow. Because if you are not in good shape physically, you may have a heart attack.


Mn wing mishaps for january

MN Wing mishaps for January

  • JAN, CADET INJURED ANKLE AND KNEE BY HITTING A STAIR RISER AFTER FALLING FORWARD AFTER HER HEAL GOT CAUGHT IN STAIRWAY. RUNNING, HAND RAIL USE, AND HORSEPLAY WERE NOT FACTORS.

  • JAN, CADET DISLOCATED TOE DURING SIT-UP PORTION OF CPFT. CADET POPPED TOE BACK INTO JOINT ON HER OWN. INJURY HAS HAPPENED MANY TIMES BEFORE PER CADET


Last call

This is your last reminder to submit for your Mishap Free Certificates through your wing safety officers. March 15th, 2010 is the cut-off. There will be no submissions accepted after the cut-off date. Please forward your requests to [email protected]

Last Call


Safety awards

Safety Awards

  • Paul W. Turner Safety Award (Wing award)

    • Region Safety Award

  • Distinguished Aviator Award (Airmanship)

  • Safety Officer of the Year Award (Any Safety Officer)

  • Certificate of Achievement (1 year mishap free)


Mishap free certificates

Mishap Free Certificates

  • I do not consider minor personal injury mishaps.

  • Units associated with an aircraft mishap (even if fault was not proven) were not considered.

  • Appeals to be heard by Wing Commander


Think spring

Think Spring

  • Stay Safe

  • Stay Warm


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