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8 th Army Safety Campaign “ZERO FATALITIES - R U Committed!!”. Tasks. Lines of Operation. Objectives. Purpose. Command Climate. Establish a Command Climate That Manages Tactical and Accidental Risk. Strengthen Unit Readiness Programs Through Awareness & Enforcement of Standards. 1.1.

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Establish a culture where safety is always visible

8th Army Safety Campaign

“ZERO FATALITIES - R U Committed!!”

Tasks

Lines of Operation

Objectives

Purpose

Command Climate

Establish a Command Climate That Manages Tactical and Accidental Risk

Strengthen Unit Readiness Programs Through Awareness & Enforcement of Standards

1.1

1.2

1.3

StandardsHandbook

Accident Reduction Plan

New Horizon’s Day Training

Empower leaders

to have the knowledge and personal courage to lead by example in order to reduce the potential of accidental injury and death among our Soldiers, civilian employees, family members and Korean citizens and to preserve combat readiness

Leader Integration

Model Leader / Soldier Behavior Through Personal Example

2.2

2.1

2.3

Develop Executable Plans

Army/Unit Accident History

Cdr/1SG Course

Cdr’s Safety Councils

Training & Readiness

3.3

3.1

3.2

Integrate Control Measures That Eliminate Hazards or Reduce Risk

Establish a Culture Where Safety is Always Visible

Crew Coordination Training

IG Programs

Cmd Inspection Program

Leader Accountability

4.1

4.2

4.3

Hold Leaders Accountable for Unit & Soldier Safety Readiness

Harness the Power of Our Junior Leaders

Junior Leader Safety Education

Accident Review Boards

Veh Cdr/ Drvr Tng Program

Composite Risk Management

5.1

5.3

5.2

Inculcate Composite Risk Management in All Activities

Identify/Assess Individual Risk Factors & Take Action to Apply Controls to Protect the Soldier

Suicide Prevention

QTRLY Accident Trend Analysis

CRM Training

Force Health Protection

Instill Preventive Practices and Responsible Behavior at the Individual and Unit Level

6.1

6.4

6.2

6.3

Establish a Culture of Force Health Protection

Environmental Injury & Disease Prevention

Responsible Sex, Alcohol, Drug & Tobacco Use

MEDPROS Medical Readiness

Fitness & Wellness

As of: 30 Dec 05 (Ver. 1)


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 1.2: New Horizons Day Training

G

  • Objective: Inspire Soldiers and civilians assigned to 8th Army to live the Army values and avoid dangerous and questionable behavior.

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Decrease the number of on and off duty accidents and incidents within 8th Army during FY 06

  • Soldier and military civilian infractions against UCMJ and Host Nation laws decrease.

  • Measures of Performance:

  • 100% of Soldiers and civilians are briefed on safety, PHT, SAPR and Korean culture.

  • Increased Soldier participation in safe GNP activities. (Quarterly GNP reports)

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 1.2.1 Policy

    • 1.2.2 Implementation

    • 1.2.3 Execution

    • 1.2.4 Assessment

G

G

G

A

  • Supporting Information:

  • USFK Good Neighbor Policy

  • 8th Army OPORD 38-03

  • New Horizons Day VIII Website

As of 211000 DEC 05


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 1.3: Accident Reduction Plan

A

  • Objective:Identify safety issues that effect readiness and develop and implement appropriate countermeasures

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Soldiers are aware of safety information, policies, and guidance

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Percent of safety program assessment completed

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 1.3.1 Policy

    • 1.3.2 – 1.3.3 Implementation

    • 1.3.4 Execution

    • 1.3.5 Assessment

A

A

A

A

  • Supporting Information:

  • Army Regulation 385-10

  • 8th Army Command Safety Office Alerts and Bulletins

  • 8th Army Tactical Safety Training Website

As of 211000 DEC 05


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 2.1: Commander’s Safety Council

G

  • Objective:To enhance readiness by reviewing safety performance, sharing lessons learned and directing the use of the risk management process to detect and eliminate or control risk to mission, equipment, facilities, and personnel.

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Countermeasures implemented

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Percent of members attended

  • Number of countermeasure / program guidance developed

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 2.1 Policy

    • 2.1 Implementation

    • 2.1 Execution

    • 2.1 Assessment

G

G

G

A

  • Supporting Information:

  • Army Regulation 385-10

  • 8th Army Command Safety Office Alerts and Bulletins

  • 8th Army Tactical Safety Training Website

  • 8th Army Commanders Safety Council Video / minutes

As of 211000 DEC 05


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 2.2: Army/Unit Accident History

G

  • Objective:Develop and disseminate lessons learned /PLRs to lowest level

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Percent of Soldiers at the lowest level receiving lessons learned /PLRs.

  • Soldiers are applying lessons learned

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Soldiers at the lowest level are receiving lessons learned /PLRs.

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 2.2 Policy

    • 2.2.2 Implementation

    • 2.2.4 Execution

    • 2.2.5 Assessment

G

G

G

A

  • Supporting Information:

  • The Army Combat Readiness Center Website (Risk Management Information System)

  • 8th Army Command Safety Office Trend Reports8th Army Tactical Safety Training Website

As of 211000 DEC 05


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 3.3: Crew Coordination Training

R

  • Objective:Improve crew coordination

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Reduction of accidents involving improper crew coordination

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Percent of aircrew personnel trained using the Army’s Aircrew Coordination Training Enhancement Program

  • Percent of aircrews evaluated during simulator periods.

  • Percent of drivers and vehicle commanders trained using the elements outlined in 2ID REG 56-4.

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 3.3 Policy

    • 3.3.1 - 3.3.2 Implementation

    • 3.3.4 Execution

    • 3.3.5Assessment

R

R

R

R

  • Supporting Information:

  • The Army’s Aircrew Coordination Training Enhancement Program

  • 2ID REG 56-4

As of 211000 DEC 05


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 4.1: Junior Leader Safety Education

A

  • Objective: Educate junior leaders on risk management and maintain safety awareness

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Accidents reported immediately and investigated with root cause identified within 30 days.

  • Junior leaders applying the risk management process during the planning and execution of all operations.

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Number of personnel trained compared to the number of personnel required to be trained.

  • Percent Soldiers counseled on safety performance.

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 4 – 4.1.3 Policy

    • 4.2.2 Implementation

    • 4.1.6 Execution

    • 4.1.7 Assessment

G

A

A

A

  • Supporting Information:

  • Army Regulation 385-10

  • FM 100-14

  • 8th Army Command Safety Office Alerts and Bulletins

  • 8th Army Tactical Safety Training Website

As of 211000 DEC 05


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 4.3: Accident Review Boards

A

  • Objective:Develop or reinforce procedures from lessons learned to prevent similar occurrences

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Root cause identified and countermeasures developed.

  • Countermeasures implemented

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Percent of required AARs forwarded to the Command Safety Office within 45 days

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 4.3 Policy

    • 4.3.1 – 4.3.2 Implementation

    • 4.3.3 Execution

    • 4.3.4 Assessment

A

A

A

A

  • Supporting Information:

  • Army Regulation 385-40

  • FM 100-14

As of 211000 DEC 05


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 5.1: Composite Risk Management

A

  • Objective:Educate personnel on composite risk management

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • All personnel applying the risk management process during the planning and execution of all operations

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Number of personnel trained compared to the number of personnel required to be trained

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 5.1 Policy

    • 5..1 Implementation

    • 5.1.2 Execution

    • 5.1.3Assessment

G

A

A

A

  • Supporting Information:

  • Army Regulation 385-10

  • FM 100-14

As of 211000 DEC 05


Establish a culture where safety is always visible

On-track;

Changes

Off-track;

Requires Decision

Requires External

Decision

On-track

A

R

B

G

LO 5.2: Quarterly accident trend analysis

G

  • Objective:Identify specific accident trends that can be targeted for program improvement

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Countermeasures are developed and implemented.

  • Downward trend in accidents

    Measures of Performance:

  • Quarterly accident trend analysis reports are used to prioritize accident prevention activities

  • Lines of Operation:

    • 5.2 Policy

    • 5.2 Implementation

    • 5.2.2 Execution

    • 5.2.3Assessment

G

G

G

A

  • Supporting Information:

  • Army Regulation 385-10

  • 8th Army quarterly accident trend analysis reports

  • Unit accident experience

As of 211000 DEC 05


Lo 6 1 responsible sex alcohol drug and tobacco use

LO 6.1: Responsible Sex, Alcohol, Drug, and Tobacco Use

G

Lines of Operation:

  • Objective:Individuals are properly educated to make responsible decisions regarding sex, alcohol, drugs and tobacco.

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Decreased incidents of STD and sexual assault, alcohol related events, positive drug test results, and decreased use of tobacco products.

  • Measures of Performance:

  • FY06 reportable alcohol related incidents decreased by 33% from FY05

  • Unit FY06 incidence of STDs decreased by 33% from FY05

  • Unit Soldiers use of tobacco (smoking and smokeless) decreased by 20% in FY06

6.1.1 Policy

G

6.1.2 Implementation

G

6.1.3 Execution

A

6.1.4 Assessment

A

Supporting Information:

  • Army Substance Abuse Program

  • Sexual Assault Prevention Briefing

  • CHPPM Websites

  • Community Health Nurse Services

  • EUSA Driver’s Training Program

On-track; Changes

Off-track; Requires Decision

Requires External Decision

G

A

R

B

On-track

As of 231600 DEC 05


Lo 6 2 environmental injury disease prevention

LO 6.2: Environmental Injury & Disease Prevention

G

Lines of Operation:

  • Objective:Individuals and leaders are properly educated to make responsible decisions.

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Decreased numbers of weather related and incidents of disease. Trained and equipped unit Field Sanitation and Hygiene Teams.

  • Measures of Performance:

  • No service member or civilian critically injured or killed as a result of an environmental incident

  • FY06 reportable cold and hot weather injuries decreased by 33% from FY04

  • FY06 incidences of Malaria and Korean Hemorrhagic Fever decreased by 50%

6.1.1 Policy

G

6.1.2 Implementation

G

6.1.3 Execution

A

6.1.4 Assessment

A

Supporting Information:

  • EUSA Seasonal Weather Briefings

  • Safety Managers’ Monthly Reports

  • Army Safety Center Website

  • Vector Surveillance Results

On-track; Changes

Off-track; Requires Decision

Requires External Decision

G

A

R

B

On-track

As of 231600 DEC 05


Lo 6 3 fitness wellness

LO 6.3: Fitness & Wellness

G

Lines of Operation:

  • Objective:Peak physical fitness and performance for service members, civilians, and their families. New Soldiers are assessed and integrated into unit fitness program.

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Improved physical fitness and stamina based on a sound program of exercise and nutrition.

  • Consistently meeting height/weight standards

  • Decreased profiles for overuse and sports injuries

  • Decreased Medical Attrition

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Improve APFT score by 10%

  • Decrease % of body fat into ideal individual range

  • FY06 overweight program decrease by 20%

  • Decrease Bn level profile & MEB rate by 10%

6.1.1 Policy

G

6.1.2 Implementation

G

6.1.3 Execution

A

6.1.4 Assessment

A

Supporting Information:

  • FM 21-20

  • AR 600-9

On-track; Changes

Off-track; Requires Decision

Requires External Decision

G

A

R

B

On-track

As of 231600 DEC 05


Lo 6 4 medpros medical readiness

LO 6.4: MEDPROS Medical Readiness

G

Lines of Operation:

  • Objective:All commands can use the MEDPROS tracking tool to identify strengths and weaknesses in unit and individual medical readiness.

  • Measures of Effectiveness:

  • Increased use and understanding by commanders and supervisors

  • Improved Fully Medically Ready (FMR) rate

  • Measures of Performance:

  • Unit FMR at 95% in MEDPROS

  • 100% Annual Hearing Screening Conducted

  • 100% Annual SRP conducted

  • Korea Immunization profile > 95% (Influenza, Smallpox, Anthrax)

6.1.1 Policy

G

6.1.2 Implementation

G

6.1.3 Execution

A

6.1.4 Assessment

A

Supporting Information:

  • MEDPROS Tracking tool at https://apps.mods.army.mil/MEDPROS/Secured/

  • MEDPROS Readiness Coordinator- Korea at 736-4004 or [email protected]

  • MEDPROS Help Desk at http://www.mods.army.mil

  • AR 220-1/ Annual SRP

On-track; Changes

Off-track; Requires Decision

Requires External Decision

G

A

R

B

On-track

As of 231600 DEC 05


Junior leader safety training statistics

Junior Leader Safety TrainingStatistics

Junior Leader Safety Education

100

98

96

EXAMPLE ONLY

94

92

Percent Trained

90

88

86

84

2ID

1 SIG

8 MP

501 MI

35 ADA

8th Army

19th TSC

18 MEDCOM


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