The CAP Safety Program. Maj Malcolm Dickinson, CAP Director of Safety, New York Wing 16 October 2004. Safety Program Requirements. Every unit must have a safety officer. Every unit must have a safety program. - Monthly briefings - Quarterly reports Annual survey
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Maj Malcolm Dickinson, CAPDirector of Safety, New York Wing
16 October 2004
- Monthly briefings
- Quarterly reports
There are three required parts to the safety program:
The unit can add more safety-related activities if desired.
Example: Fourth quarter reports due 5 January
Lacerations requiring sutures
Loss of consciousness
Insect bites resulting in adverse reactions
Poisoning of any kind
All cases of heatstroke, exhaustion, frostbite, or hypothermia
Serious injuries to eyes, ears, throat, or headExamples of Reportable Injuries
Upset stomach, sore throat, stiff neck
Minor nicks and cuts
Sunburn, poison oak, etc.
Fainting during drill exercises (unless heat induced)
Non-reactive insect bites
Intentionally self-inflIcted injuries
Minor sport injuries such as black eyes, sore muscles, etc.Examples of Non-Reportable Injuries
What does my squadron have to do to stay in compliance with the safety program?
Answer: Four things.