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Operational Risk Management. Operational Risk Management. MCO 3500.27A (B) OPNAVINST 3500.39A (B) FM 100-14 Risk Management. Purpose of ORM.

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mco 3500 27a b opnavinst 3500 39a b fm 100 14 risk management

Operational Risk Management

MCO 3500.27A (B)

OPNAVINST 3500.39A (B)

FM 100-14 Risk Management

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Purpose of ORM

  • The purpose of ORM can be defined as enhancing hazard identification in the operational/Off-duty environment in order to eliminate risks or reduce them to an acceptable level.
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ORM Goals

  • Ensure Mission Accomplishment
  • Enhance Efficiency & Effectiveness

CONSERVE RESOURCES !!!

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Demensions of Risk

Mission

Fiscal

Training Value

Safety

TYPES

of

RISK

Personal

Security

Environmental

Legal/Media

Changing one element often influences other

elements positively or negatively

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Hazard

: Any real or potential condition that can cause injury,

illness, or death of personnel, damage to or loss of equipment

or property, or mission degradation.

ALTC7-2

What are Hazards?

ACTION

CONDITIONS

HAZARDS

I

INTERFACES

MACHINE

BETWEEN

TASK /

HUMAN

MISSION

ELEMENTS

OF

ENVIRONMENT

SYSTEM

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STEP 2: Assess Hazards

Assess HazardsAssess hazards to determine risks. Assess the impact of each hazard in terms of potential loss and cost, based on probability and severity.

Risk Management Process

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STEP 3: Develop Controls

& Make Decision

Develop Controls & Make Risk Decisions

Develop control measures that eliminate the hazard or reduce its risk to an acceptable level. As control measures are developed, risks are reevaluated until all risks are reduced to a level where benefits outweigh potential cost

Risk Management Process

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Risk Control Options

  • Engineering
    • New Technology, design, substitute material
  • Education
    • Collective/individual training
  • Administrative
    • Establishing written programs, limiting exposure
  • Physical
    • Barriers, road guards, warning signs
  • Operational
    • Map exercises, rehearsals, pace of operations
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STEP 4: Implement Controls

Implement Controls

Put controls in place that eliminate the hazards or reduce their risks.

Risk Management Process

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Why Risk Controls Often Fail

  • The control is inappropriate for the problem
  • Operators become complacent
  • Costly financial constraints
  • It is overmatched by other priorities
  • It is misunderstood
  • Not following progress of control measure
  • Environmental constrains
  • Lack of supervision
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STEP 5: Supervise & Evaluate

  • Supervise & Evaluate
    • Perform to, and enforce standards and controls. Evaluate the effectiveness of controls and adjust/ update as necessary.

Risk Management Process

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Supervise - HOW

  • Monitor and Enforce controls
  • Use evaluation Techniques
  • Examine data
  • Evaluate effectiveness of controls and

Revise if necessary

Evaluation Tools

  • Spot Checks/Back Briefs
  • Audits/Inspections
  • Readiness Reports
  • Licensing
  • Rehearsals
  • Certification Procedures
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RISK MANAGEMENT INTERGRATION

AND THE MILITARY DECISION MAKING PROCESS

Operations Planning

Process

Receive Mission

Estimate the

situation

Execute

Mission

Identify

Hazards

Access Risk of

Each Hazard

Supervise

Risk Management Process

Implement

Controls

Make Risk Decisions

Develop Controls

COA Development

Issue Order

COA Decision

Brief

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Risk Threatens Combat Power and It's Capabilities

Civil & criminal

Liabilities

OPSEC & Passive Security

Violations

Accidental Deaths &

Injuries

Environmental

Disease/Illness

Mission

The Threat

Fratricide

Loss of public

Trust and confidence

Accidental destruction

of material/facilities

Loss & theft of Material

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Three levels of Application

  • TIME CRITICAL

Walking the dog

  • DELIBERATE

Military Police – vehicles entering air station

  • IN-DEPTH

Air show

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Final Note

Risk management is not an additional task, it is a process that will be incorporated into everything we do--on and off Duty. Doing so, provides reasonable alternatives for successful task accomplishment and empowers users to make informed decisions.

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Summary

  • Enhances operational mission accomplishment
  • Saves Equipment, People, Time….it saves

RESOURCES !!!!!!