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Long Island Group – February 2011 Safety Briefing. Long Island Group-NER NY 251. February 2011 Safety Briefing Topics : It’s Worth Repeating New ORM Reports New On-Line Safety Briefings Winter Safety Tips: Driving & Living New Cadet Safety Training Policy

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Long island group february 2011 safety briefing

Long Island Group – February 2011 Safety Briefing


Long island group ner ny 251

Long Island Group-NER NY 251

February 2011 Safety Briefing Topics:

It’s Worth Repeating

New ORM Reports

New On-Line Safety Briefings

Winter Safety Tips: Driving & Living

New Cadet Safety Training Policy

Prepared By: 1st Lt. Harris Stein – LIG Safety Officer


Cap safety

CAP Safety

  • Focusing on safety is a Primary Goal of all activities, exercises or missions.

  • All Seniors & Cadets are safety officers.

  • Unit Commanders, Safety Officers: Know who is qualified and who can take part -advise those who are not. Keep your safety currency currentis a must.

  • Expanded selections of on-line safety briefings

  • No current safety education? Don’t Expect To Participate! Suspension from all activities.

  • Intro To On-Line Safety For New Members – 31 Mar 11

  • Move towards on-line education and record keeping.


Timely safety thoughts

Timely SafetyThoughts

  • Prepare an ORM Worksheet during the planning process for ALL CAP activities.

  • Safety Day – October 2011; Jan-March 2012.

  • Everyonemusttake-Introduction To On-Line Safety for New Members.

  • Quarterly Safety Education Reports, post on-line.

  • REMEMBER, All Seniors & Cadets are safety officers.

  • Are you qualified to take part? Health(CAPF-60) & Education requirements.

  • Annual Safety Survey-Don’t just say “yes”.

  • Unit Commanders & Safety Officers: If you do not post your training in eServices, attendees will not get credit.


Operational risk management orm

Operational Risk Management-ORM

  • During the activity pre-planning phase-make it part of the process.

  • Safety Briefing – Inform participants of hazards.

  • Analyze & list all potential hazards and risks.

  • Assess hazards and risk and rank them as to frequency and potential severity.

  • Implement controls and risk reduction.

  • Mitigate potential hazards by understanding risks.

  • Post event-activity debriefing


Orm new worksheets

ORM - New Worksheets


Safety education on line

Safety Education on-Line

Electronic Reporting in eServices


Eservices home page

eServices Home Page


Online safety briefings expanded

Online Safety Briefings - Expanded

  • SAFETY BRIEFING TOPICS - CAP ONLINE SAFETY BRIEFINGS

  • Introduction to CAP Safety for New Members (Cadets and Senior Members)Executive Safety Course (NST Classroom Course)

  • Hurricane Preparedness and Awareness

  • Introduction to Mishap Investigations (NST Classroom Course)

  • Lightning Safety

  • Personal Risk Management - 101 Critical Days of Summer

  • Spatial Disorientation

  • Techniques of Managing Safety as an Officer (NST Classroom Course)

  • Taking the High Ground: Personal Safety During a Flood

  • Wind Chill Index.pptWinter Driving Safety

  • ONLINE TESTING FOR THESE MODULES, AS AVAILABLE, ARE COMPLETED IN eSERVICES

  • SPECIALTY TRACK SAFETY EDUCATION COURSES

  • BASIC SAFETY COURSE - SENIOR SAFETY COURSE - MASTER SAFETY COURSESPECIALITY TRACK SAFETY EDUCATION TESTS

  • OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT COURSES

  • BASIC ORM - INTERMEDIATE ORM - ADVANCED ORM - ORM EDUCATION TESTS   ANNUAL ORM FAMILIARIZATION (COMING SOON)    

  • FAA SAFETY SEMINAR AND EVENTS LOOK-UP


National website safety education briefings

National Website - Safety Education Briefings


Winter driving tips

Winter Driving Tips

  • Seatbelts, speed, sleep, salts, snow, sleet.

  • Winterize vehicle. Antifreeze, tire pressure

  • Be prepared to turn around.

  • Fog, slow down - dim lights or fog lights.

  • Ice – slow down, black ice, bridges/overpasses

  • Clear, clean windows. Extra wiper fluid.

  • Increase your follow distance.

  • Steer into skids, off the gas and breaks.

  • Stay clear of snow plows

  • Snow survival kits and gear.


Winter home safety tips

Winter Home & Safety Tips

  • Advisories, Watches and Warnings-Stay Tuned

  • Snow, Freezing Rain, Sleet, Wind & Wind Chill

  • Home Safety: Family Emergency Plan, Emergency Tools & Supplies – Food, Water and Clothing, Loss of power, Clean walking surfaces, Water Pipes

  • Generator Safety, Kerosene Heaters, Woodstoves, Carbon Monoxide-Ventilation

  • Fire Safety

  • Pet Safety

  • Outside Play & Work Safety-Over exertion, Hydration, Hypothermia, Frostbite


Hot off the press

Hot Off The Press

Paper and Pencil – Classroom learning for younger cadets


New policy cadet safety training

New Policy - Cadet Safety Training

  • 1. Complete an “Introduction to Core Values”.

  • 2. Complete the “Introduction to Safety” and pass a formal test with a grade of 80%. This quiz can be taken on-line in eServices from the Safety Education Module of a senior can print quizzes from eServices and use pencil and paper. The hard copy quizzes in eServices can be accessed from the Cadet on-line testing Admin module.


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