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SAFETY BRIEFING LTC Phil Monaghan 12 Feb 11. SAFETY. Accident/Injury Reporting Vehicle Safety & Operations Physical Fitness Billeting and Tent Safety Weather Missions Ruble pile Risk Assessment. Safety! Safety! Safety!.

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SAFETY BRIEFING

LTC Phil Monaghan

12 Feb 11

safety

SAFETY

Accident/Injury Reporting

Vehicle Safety & Operations

Physical Fitness

Billeting and Tent Safety

Weather

Missions

Ruble pile

Risk Assessment

Safety! Safety! Safety!

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Commanders are the senior safety officers in their units. Leaders at each echelon are responsible for conducting a continuous, vigorous effort to prevent accidents. Leaders must ensure that adequate provisions for safe practices and physical protective measures are incorporated into all aspects of training.
accidents injuries
Accidents & Injuries

Report all accidents and injuries Thru 66th TC

Army NG will follow AR 385-10

EVERYONE IS A SAFETY OFFICER

Combat Lifesavers

driving on post
Driving on Post
  • Safe driving is every Soldier’s responsibility.
  • Soldiers will adhere to all traffic rules
  • Violators will be prosecuted.
  • Kevlar and seat belts are required while driving in a tactical vehicle.
  • Speed limits are posted.
  • Report all traffic accidents to the 66th TC

Safety! Safety! Safety!

vehicle safety
Vehicle Safety

Senior occupant will be responsible for:

Responsible for the safe operation of their veh

Report impaired drivers

Ensure that all occupants wear seat belts

Ensure personal wear hearing & eye protection if required

Assist drivers in recognizing unsafe conditions

vehicle operations
Vehicle Operations

Obey Speed Limits

Properly licensed personnel

Convoy Brief

No smoking in Govt vehicle

Ground Guides will be used when backing

No sleeping in or around vehicles

Vehicles will be chocked when parked on an inclines or maintenance is being preformed

vehicle operations8
Vehicle Operations

Transportation of personnel

Whenever possible seats will be provided

Personnel will not be transported with cargo

Cargo will be secured at all times

Use of cell phones and headphones while operating a Govt. vehicle is prohibited

Reduce speed during inclement weather

physical fitness

Physical Fitness

Only Military issue PT uniform authorized

Reflective belt/vest is required when running

on the street.

All personnel are required to wear a helmet

when riding a bicycle.

The wearing of portable listening devices (iPod,

MP3player, CD player or radio) is NOT

authorized while running, riding a bicycle or driving.

Safety! Safety! Safety!

tent safety

Bob's.ppt

http://www.geocities.com/bkip20002/index.html

Copyright 2002

-All Rights Reserved-

Tent Safety
  • No smoking in or around tents
  • Smoking in Designated areas only
  • Know where the fire extinguishers are located and how to use them (2 per tent)
  • Don’t leave personal items unattended or unsecured
  • No vehicles parked close to tents

Safety! Safety! Safety!

tent safety continued
Tent Safety Continued

Leadership will inspect tents daily

Electrical Hazards

No daisy chained power strips

Limit use of extension cords (no plug together)

Must be the grounding type (3 Prong)

Do not alter the electrical circuit

Storing Flammables

No unauthorized Heaters

Tent floors (wear foot protection)

Fire Guards (24 Hours)

NO SMOKING - NO SMOKING - NO SMOKING

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Tent Safety Continued

Post Emergency Action Plans in every tent

Remember what number to call in emergency

663-000-

Storage of combustible materials will be kept to a minimum and prevented from accumulating

All electrical circuits will be grounded. (Generators, Electrical Service)

Do not block the exits

Leave center aisles open

No vehicle engines running within 50 feet of the tents

NO SMOKING - NO SMOKING - NO SMOKING

weather
Weather

Lightning

Take cover

High Winds

Rain (Hypothermia)

Tornado Warning

Seek safety in Hardened building away from windows

missions
Missions
  • Safety briefings should be given before every mission.
  • Ensure your soldiers have all necessary equipment.
  • Safety goggles and Kevlar worn when assembling antennas. Secure antennas
  • Risk Assessment completed before every mission.

Safety! Safety! Safety!

ruble pile
Ruble Pile

Rebar everywhere

Unstable debris

Confined Space

Mud/slippery surfaces

Weather

Heat injury prevention

Drink water and use Buddy System

risk assessment form
Risk Assessment Form

Page 1

Safety! Safety! Safety!

risk decision authority
Risk Decision Authority

Risk assessments will be completed for every operation

Extremely High - General Officer

High – BDE/RGMT CDR

Moderate – BN/SCDR CDR

Low – CO/DET/TRP CDR

Can designate

The greater the risk, the more senior the final decision maker will be

crm worksheet vg 11
CRM Worksheet VG 11

Safety! Safety! Safety!

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YOUR SAFETY DEPENDS ON…

  • No smoking except in designated areas.
  • Always ground guide vehicles in pedestrian areas
  • During severe weather go to hard structured buildings
  • If you are not sure… ask questions
  • If you THINK … you will probably be SAFE
  • Use equipment… the way it was intended
  • Don’t ignore someone being unsafe… they have a family too
questions
Questions

phillip.monaghan@us.army.mil

601-313-6196

CW3 Stevens

601-313-6247

Safety! Safety! Safety!