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Aircraft Safety Mission First... Safety Always! Safety is not a box to check or a separate activity that we “finish.” Rather, safety must be an integral part of how we operate in every activity. Safety means…. Paying attention Thinking clearly Doing the “right thing”

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Mission First...

Safety Always!

  • Safety is not a box to check or a separate activity that we “finish.”

  • Rather, safety must be an integral part of how we operate in every activity.


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Safety means….

  • Paying attention

  • Thinking clearly

  • Doing the “right thing”


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Safety & Risk Management Process

  • PERCEIVE hazards

  • PROCESS risk level

  • PERFORM risk management


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STEP ONE:

PERCEIVE hazards related to:

PILOT and PEOPLE involved in the event

AIRCRAFT & ACTIVITY

ENVIRONMENT for activity or event

EXTERNAL PRESSURES on participants


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STEP TWO: for each hazard,

PROCESS risk by considering:

CONSEQUENCES of each hazard

ALTERNATIVES

REALITY (no wishful thinking allowed!)

EXTERNAL PRESSURES involved


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STEP THREE: for each risk,

PERFORM risk management:

TRANSFER if appropriate

ELIMINATE hazards whenever possible

ACCEPT when benefits > consequences

MITIGATE hazards and associated risk


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Aircraft Safety Example:

SAR Exercise

  • Pilot(s) trained, qualified, current?

  • Passengers & crew briefed?

    • Routine / normal operations

    • Emergency operations & exit

    • Use of safety belts

    • Cockpit resource management

  • Checklists used at all times?

  • Regular / frequent breaks planned?

  • Water/food available?

  • Uniforms appropriate for activity, wx?

PILOT


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Aircraft Safety Example:

SAR Exercise

  • Briefing for caution around prop?

  • Ramp safety procedures observed?

  • Performance calculations made?

  • Weight & balance computed?

  • Preflight inspection completed?

  • Squawks cleared?

  • Emergency equipment on board?

AIRCRAFT


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Aircraft Safety Example:

SAR Exercise

  • Weather conditions acceptable?

  • Wing/tail clearance from hangar?

    • At least 2 people to pull/push from hangar

    • Use centerlines & max movement lines

    • Do not rush!

  • Airspace reviewed (incl. TFRs)?

  • Runway lengths acceptable?

  • Airport layout reviewed?

ENVIRONMENT


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Aircraft Safety Example:

SAR Exercise

  • Safety veto policy* in place?

  • Safety veto policy briefed to all?

  • External pressures identified/briefed?

  • “Antidotes” to pressures briefed?

  • Pride / ego issues left at the door?

EXTERNALPRESSURES

*Any CAP member must be able to make a “safety veto” on any activity at any time, without fear of ridicule or reprisal from any other member.


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Aircraft Safety Example:

Audience participation

  • Think of an activity or event familiar to you.

  • What are the hazards arising from the Pilot and People involved, the Aircraft & activity, the enVironment for the event, and the External pressures?

  • For each hazard, think of Consequences, Alternatives, Reality, External pressures.

  • What can you do to Transfer, Eliminate, Accept, or Mitigate the risk to safety?


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