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MN Wing CAP Dec 2011 Safety. Overview. Radio Procedures Ice Safety Holiday lights. November Mishap Safety Survey Reminder. Hold Short instructions.

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overview
Overview

Radio Procedures

Ice Safety

Holiday lights

November Mishap

Safety Survey Reminder

hold short instructions
Hold Short instructions
  • Have you recently been issued "hold short" instructions by a Control Tower and you acknowledged with just your "N" number or even worse, the infamous "roger"?
  • What happens next is the controller tries to get you to say the proper response.
  • All the Airport Traffic Control Towers have been mandated to emphasize the use of proper radio phraseology concerning "hold short" instructions as stated in the AIM.
    • Always use your "N" number or call sign when acknowledging ATC clearances/instructions.
quiz 1 select correct answer s
Quiz 1Select correct answer(s)

Controller Phraseology; "November One Two Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway Three Zero Left at Kilo"

Pilot Response:

  • "November One Two Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway Three Zero Left at Kilo",
  • "Cherokee Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway three Zero Left at Kilo“
  • “ Three Four Five, Holding Short “
  • "Cherokee Three Four Five, Rodger“
quiz 1 answer select correct answer s
Quiz 1 (Answer)Select correct answer(s)

Controller Phraseology; "November One Two Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway Three Zero Left at Kilo"

Pilot Response:

  • "November One Two Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway Three Zero Left at Kilo",
  • "Cherokee Three Four Five, Hold Short of Runway three Zero Left at Kilo“
  • “ Three Four Five, Holding Short “
  • "Cherokee Three Four Five, Rodger“
quiz 2
Quiz 2

Controller Phraseology: "Piper 54321, hold short Runway Two Eight"Pilot Responses:

  • "Piper 321, holding short”
  • "Holding short“
  • "321”
  • "Piper 321, hold short Runway Two Eight”
  • "November 321, hold short of Two Eight“
quiz 2 answers
Quiz 2 (Answers)

Controller Phraseology: "Piper 54321, hold short Runway Two Eight"Pilot Responses:

  • "Piper 321, holding short”
  • "Holding short“
  • "321”
  • "Piper 321, hold short Runway Two Eight”
  • "November 321, hold short of Two Eight“
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Complacency and/or the lack of radio discipline has led to numerous runway incursions and other types of miscommunication

general ice thickness guidelines
General ice thickness guidelines
  • For New, Clear Ice Only
  • 2" or less - STAY OFF
  • 4" - Ice fishing or other activities on foot
  • 5" - Snowmobile or ATV
  • 8" - 12" - Car or small pickup
  • 12" - 15" - Medium truck
some cold facts about ice
Some cold facts about ice
  • New ice is usually stronger than old ice.
  • Ice seldom freezes uniformly.
  • Ice formed over flowing water and currents is often dangerous.
  • The insulating effect of snow slows down the freezing process.
  • Booming and cracking ice isn't necessarily dangerous.
  • Schools of fish or flocks of waterfowl can also adversely affect the relative safety of ice.
    • Ref: MN DNR
holiday lights
Holiday Lights
  • Indoors or outside, use only lights that have been tested for safety. Identify these by the label from an independent testing laboratory.
  • Check each set of lights, new or old, for broken or cracked sockets, frayed or bare wires,
  • Fasten outdoor lights securely to protect from wind damage.
  • Use no more than three standard-size sets of lights per single extension cord.
  • Turn off all lights on trees and other decorations when you go to bed
  • Never use electric lights on a metallic tree.
  • The tree can become charged with electricity from faulty lights
november mishaps
November Mishaps
  • DURING A UNIT MEETING, THE CADET SUFFERED A SEIZURE LASTING APPROXIMATELY 2 TO 3 MINUTES.
reminder safety survey must be completed not later than 31 january
Reminder!!Safety Survey must be completed not later than 31 January
  • Each item must be answered.
    • Include comments in the "Remarks" section, if the answer to a question is NO or N/A.
    • NO answers must have an Expected Completion Date.
  • Survey will be automatically sent to the unit’s commander and the safety officer/commander at the next echelon.
  • Commanders or safety officer at the next higher echelon will review/comment.
  • Safety mishap investigations are intended to create a positive learning experience and generate awareness.
  • The purpose of this survey is to gain information about your unit's awareness and may or may not have regulatory basis for the questions asked.