SWR SAFETY DAY 2010. Colonel Joseph Jensen, CAP SWR Commander Lt Col Melanie Capehart, CAP SWR Safety Officer. SAFETY PLEDGE .
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SWR SAFETY DAY2010
Colonel Joseph Jensen, CAP
Lt Col Melanie Capehart, CAP
SWR Safety Officer
As a Civil Air Patrol member I pledge to promote an uncompromising safety environment for myself and others, and to prevent the loss of, or damage to Civil Air Patrol assets entrusted to me. I will perform all my activities in a professional and safe manner, and will hold myself accountable for my actions in all of our Missions for America.
Operational Risk Management(ORM) Fundamentals
“deer in the headlights” look?
outweigh the costs.
Step 1:Identify the Hazard
A hazard is any real or potential condition that can cause mission degradation; injury, illness, or death to personnel; or damage or loss of equipment or property.
Step 2:Assess the Risk
Quantify and qualify the probability and severity of loss from exposure to the hazard.
Step 3: Analyze Risk Control Measures
Investigate a variety of actions which will either reduce or eliminate the risk.
Step 4:Make Control Decisions
The appropriate decision maker uses cost versus benefit analysis to choose the best control's.
Step 5:Implement Risk Controls
Plan for implementation of control's and the commitment of resources to do it.
Step 6:Supervise and Review
Proactive and personal follow-up on effectiveness of control's.
LEVELS OF RISK MANAGEMENT
levels 1: Time Critical
Used when there is little time, little complexity, or low risk. Often used during the execution phase of an operation where an unplanned change occurs and must be managed. It's easily applied to off-duty situations.
levels 3: Strategic
Used in high priority or high visibility situations, strategic ORM generally requires use of more thorough hazard identification and risk assessment tools. Generally reserved for the more complex and riskier efforts, as it may be time consuming.
Safety and cadet activities
Let’s Make FY 2010 a Banner Year for Safety
SWR = CULTURE OF SAFETY