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MN Wing CAP Dec 2011 Safety. Overview. Radio Procedures Ice Safety Holiday lights. November Mishap Safety Survey Reminder. Hold Short instructions.

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Mn wing cap dec 2011 safety

MN Wing CAPDec 2011 Safety


Overview

Overview

Radio Procedures

Ice Safety

Holiday lights

November Mishap

Safety Survey Reminder


Hold short instructions

Hold Short instructions

  • Have you recently been issued "hold short" instructions by a Control Tower and you acknowledged with just your "N" number or even worse, the infamous "roger"?

  • What happens next is the controller tries to get you to say the proper response.

  • All the Airport Traffic Control Towers have been mandated to emphasize the use of proper radio phraseology concerning "hold short" instructions as stated in the AIM.

    • Always use your "N" number or call sign when acknowledging ATC clearances/instructions.


Quiz 1 select correct answer s

Quiz 1Select correct answer(s)

Controller Phraseology; "November One Two Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway Three Zero Left at Kilo"

Pilot Response:

  • "November One Two Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway Three Zero Left at Kilo",

  • "Cherokee Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway three Zero Left at Kilo“

  • “ Three Four Five, Holding Short “

  • "Cherokee Three Four Five, Rodger“


Quiz 1 answer select correct answer s

Quiz 1 (Answer)Select correct answer(s)

Controller Phraseology; "November One Two Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway Three Zero Left at Kilo"

Pilot Response:

  • "November One Two Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway Three Zero Left at Kilo",

  • "Cherokee Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway three Zero Left at Kilo“

  • “ Three Four Five, Holding Short “

  • "Cherokee Three Four Five, Rodger“


Quiz 2

Quiz 2

Controller Phraseology: "Piper 54321, hold short Runway Two Eight"Pilot Responses:

  • "Piper 321, holding short”

  • "Holding short“

  • "321”

  • "Piper 321, hold short Runway Two Eight”

  • "November 321, hold short of Two Eight“


Quiz 2 answers

Quiz 2 (Answers)

Controller Phraseology: "Piper 54321, hold short Runway Two Eight"Pilot Responses:

  • "Piper 321, holding short”

  • "Holding short“

  • "321”

  • "Piper 321, hold short Runway Two Eight”

  • "November 321, hold short of Two Eight“


Mn wing cap dec 2011 safety

  • Complacency and/or the lack of radio discipline has led to numerous runway incursions and other types of miscommunication


Ice safety

Ice Safety


General ice thickness guidelines

General ice thickness guidelines

  • For New, Clear Ice Only

  • 2" or less - STAY OFF

  • 4" - Ice fishing or other activities on foot

  • 5" - Snowmobile or ATV

  • 8" - 12" - Car or small pickup

  • 12" - 15" - Medium truck


Some cold facts about ice

Some cold facts about ice

  • New ice is usually stronger than old ice.

  • Ice seldom freezes uniformly.

  • Ice formed over flowing water and currents is often dangerous.

  • The insulating effect of snow slows down the freezing process.

  • Booming and cracking ice isn't necessarily dangerous.

  • Schools of fish or flocks of waterfowl can also adversely affect the relative safety of ice.

    • Ref: MN DNR


Holiday light safety

Holiday Light Safety


Holiday lights

Holiday Lights

  • Indoors or outside, use only lights that have been tested for safety. Identify these by the label from an independent testing laboratory.

  • Check each set of lights, new or old, for broken or cracked sockets, frayed or bare wires,

  • Fasten outdoor lights securely to protect from wind damage.

  • Use no more than three standard-size sets of lights per single extension cord.

  • Turn off all lights on trees and other decorations when you go to bed

  • Never use electric lights on a metallic tree.

  • The tree can become charged with electricity from faulty lights


November mishaps

November Mishaps

  • DURING A UNIT MEETING, THE CADET SUFFERED A SEIZURE LASTING APPROXIMATELY 2 TO 3 MINUTES.


Reminder safety survey must be completed not later than 31 january

Reminder!!Safety Survey must be completed not later than 31 January

  • Each item must be answered.

    • Include comments in the "Remarks" section, if the answer to a question is NO or N/A.

    • NO answers must have an Expected Completion Date.

  • Survey will be automatically sent to the unit’s commander and the safety officer/commander at the next echelon.

  • Commanders or safety officer at the next higher echelon will review/comment.

  • Safety mishap investigations are intended to create a positive learning experience and generate awareness.

  • The purpose of this survey is to gain information about your unit's awareness and may or may not have regulatory basis for the questions asked.


Fly safe be safe

Fly safe, Be Safe


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