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Safety down day and orm operational risk management

SAFETY DOWN DAY andORM (Operational Risk Management)

October 2009 Safety Briefing

NM Wing CAP

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Safety briefing requirements for all
Safety Briefing Requirements for ALL

  • CAPR 62-1 (3d)CAP Safety Responsibilities and Procedures

  • All CAP members must obtain a monthly 15 minute face-to-face briefing (or Make-up) before they may participate in any CAP activity (including unit meetings).

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Safety down day
SAFETY DOWN DAY

  • Pause and look at how we conduct business.

  • Determine what our attitude is toward risk?

  • Does the unit exhibit a healthy organizational culture for safety?

  • Does the unit train effectively while including safety?

  • Do members interact effectively?

October 2009 Safety Briefing


5 m concept of mishap factors
5 M Concept of Mishap Factors

MAN: Training, proficiency, habits, performance, expectations

MEDIA: Temp, Wind, terrain, precipitation, night

MACHINE: Design, maintenance, suitability

MANAGEMENT: Standards, Procedures, Controls, Regulations

MISSION: Desired outcome, objectives

SUCCESS vrs MISHAP

October 2009 Safety Briefing


5 m concept of mishaps
5 M Concept of Mishaps

  • Man

  • Media

  • Machine

  • Management

  • Mission

Interaction of all 5 contribute to SUCCESS or MISHAP

October 2009 Safety Briefing


2009 nm wing mishaps
2009 NM Wing Mishaps

  • 4/09 C182 Main tire blowout on landing

  • 4/09 C182 Horizontal stabilizer metal tear and dent found on preflight

  • 5/09 Van mirror struck highway barrel at high speed while passing a semi truck

  • 6/09 Avgas splashed on cadet’s face

October 2009 Safety Briefing


More nm wing mishaps
More . . . NM Wing Mishaps

  • 6/09 C182 Wing tip dent + paint chip

  • 6/09 CAP glider trailer scraped the side of civilian vehicle in motel parking lot

  • 8/09 Hypoxia symptoms in High-bird aircrew, had to be brought back down

  • 9/09 Van tire blowout

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Nm wing safety program nm no mishaps program
NM Wing “Safety” Program=NM “No Mishaps” Program

  • What can I, (fill in YOUR name), do to prevent damage to CAP property, and prevent injury to CAP Members?

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Other sentinel mishaps bodily injury
Other Sentinel Mishaps Bodily Injury

  • Cadet cut left hand opening an "MRE".

  • Cadet struck above right ankle by knife.

  • SM slipped and fell on dead tree injuring

    his chest.

  • SM eye scratched by a tree limb.

  • Top rail of fence fell on cadet’s back

  • Cadet fell off top bunk.

  • Cadet pushed on glass door and cut

    arm.

PREVENTABLE

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Fy08 loss details
FY08 Loss Details

Flight

$470,000 Cessna T182T

$102,000 Misc Mishaps

$ 88,400 Maule Mishap

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$660,400 FLIGHT

Ground

$ 55,000 Blanik (storm)

$ 50,819 Hangar/Taxi

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$105,819 GROUND

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Orm operational risk management
ORM(Operational Risk Management)

Required yearly by CAP

How not to break anything or hurt somebody.

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Safety down day and orm operational risk management

ACT BEFORE !

October 2008 Safety Briefing


Safety down day and orm operational risk management

ORM in 10 Seconds (6 steps) Aircrew Scenario

1. Identify the Hazards:

  • You are unfamiliar with the airport taxiways and runways. Light rain obscures visibility.

    2. Assess the Risks:

  • Taxiway markings are less distinct, and accidentally getting lost and entering onto a runway is a possibility.

    3. Analyze Risk Control Measures:

  • You have no control over the weather, but you can control your taxi speed, and you can get help from the tower by asking for “progressive instructions”

    4. Make Control Decisions:

  • Slow down. Call the tower “ABQ tower, CAP3073, visibility is limited, I’ll need progressives”

    5. Implement Risk Controls:

  • Slow down to a safe speed. Carefully follow the towers taxi instructions.

    6. Supervise and Review:

  • Assess whether or not your new speed is slow enough, verify any doubts or uncertainty with the tower, independently verify you position at all times, and watch for other traffic.

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Safety down day and orm operational risk management

ORM (6 steps)

Another Scenario for Van

1. Identify the Hazards:

  • Limited visibility due to the fog and a hill. You are unfamiliar with this road and have no idea what is on the other side. All cadets in the van are asleep.

    2. Assess the Risks:

  • Due to the fog and hill obstructing your vision you will have difficulty seeing traffic or obstructions on the road.

    3. Analyze Risk Control Measures:

  • You have no control over the weather but you can control your speed.

    4. Make Control Decisions:

  • Slow down. This is the only option available to you.

    5. Implement Risk Controls:

  • Do it -- Slow down to a safe speed.

    6. Supervise and Review:

  • Assess whether or not your new speed is slow enough for the conditions and adjust as needed.

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Short version of orm
Short version of ORM

“LAD”

Look (Listen), Assess, Decide

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Short version orm lad l ook l isten a sses d ecide
Short version ORM - “LAD”Look / Listen, Asses, Decide

You are driving up to an intersection…..

  • Look –light just turned yellow

  • Asses – won’t make it from this distance

  • Decide – slow down to a smooth stop.

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Short version orm lad l ook l isten a sses d ecide1
Short version ORM - “LAD”Look / Listen, Asses, Decide

You announce, “CAP3073, turning final Rwy 18 . . . .”

  • Look – Rwy looks clear, great.

    Listen --“Piper 376LM, final Rwy 36, full stop”

  • Asses – Traffic landing in the opposite direction!!??

  • Decide – Go-around, verify position of the other aircraft, verify which is the active Rwy.

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Don t bend the rules
Don’t Bend the Rules

  • “Well, he/she does it, so I’m just going to do it too”.

  • “Watch this . . . . .”

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Safety down day and orm operational risk management

Ignoring safety rules can kill . . . . .

Second man (in white) also ignores

the barriers and begins crossing tracks

after seeing the first man do so. (Con’t)

First man crosses tracks after

jumping over the obvious fence

barriers blocking the tracks.

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Safety down day and orm operational risk management

Ignoring obvious safety rules can often lead

to injury or death!

Man runs across, lost his shoe,

but kept his life after foolish narrow

brush with train!

The oncoming train narrowly misses the

man in white, who is lucky to escape with this life!

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Orm learning links
ORM Learning Links

NM Wing Website

www.nmcap.org Click on Safety

NHQ Safety Page ORM Courses

http://members.gocivilairpatrol.com/safety/orm.cfm

“Civil Air Patrol Guide to Operational Risk Management”

http://www.nmcap.org/safety/CAP%20Guide%20to%20ORM.pdf

October 2009 Safety Briefing


Safety down day and orm operational risk management

Thanks for viewing ! Go out and Be Safe!

  • QUESTIONS?

  • COMMENTS?

  • COMPLAINTS?

Discontinued .

October 2009 Safety Briefing