MDWG “Getting Connected With Safety”. Capt. Bill Peters SEA. Lt.Col. Bruce Drury SE. Wing Safety Day. A Meeting will be held between 29 Oct -3 Nov 07. This unit meeting will be used to identify safety Risks. Then find ways to reduce those risks.
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Capt. Bill Peters SEA
Lt.Col. Bruce Drury SE
A Meeting will be held between 29 Oct -3 Nov 07.
This unit meeting will be used to identify safety
Risks. Then find ways to reduce those risks.
The program will be conducted by Unit SE with the full support of the unit.
4-10 NOV 2007
NLT 27 Nov 07
1a) A review of the MD Mishaps Reports-FY O7.
Report to the Wing SE recommendations for each incident and how we could have used ORM to avoid these incidents.
1b) Review of the information required to report an accident on a electronic CAPF 78. Use the MD Mishap Reports-FY O7, For Practice.
(See CAPF 78 worksheet).
1c1) Review the training task-Prevent and Treat
Cold weather injuries.
1c2) Review the six steps in ORM
1c3) Present a tool from the National HWY Safety
Administration-Checklist & Tips for safe winter
Review the MDWG Safety Goals
2) Do the annual Safety Survey and correct any issues. Submit the annual survey NLT 27 NOV
07 To Col Weiss. (Copy to group for their review).
The Wing Commander is required to sign off on the annual Safety Survey for each unit under his command.
Use the CAP Wing Compliance
extinguishers at meeting locations
The Checklist must be returned to the group commander NLT 20 NOV 07 (ITEM 6) with the unit safety officer contact information (Item 7)
The unit commander is not the safety officer!
Unit results will be recorded on MDWG Getting Connected with Safety 2007Checklist & returned to Col Weiss NLT 27-Nov 07( Copy Wing CV & SE).
8) Aircraft Inspection ( CAP Compliance Guide).
9) Confirm that aircraft survival kit are current
10) Ensure that all vehicle maintenance is current
for assigned vehicles (Brakes, shock absorbers, wheel bearings, steering, and other parts of the running gear)
Step 1: Identify the hazards
Step 2: Assess the risks
Step 3: Analyze Risk Control Measures
Step 4: Make Control Decisions
Step 5: Implement Risk Controls
Step 6: Supervise and Review
1 July 07
Incident: Pilot Struck his head on a non-moving prop while
Fueling the aircraft. Pilot sustained only a few stitches.
Step 1 Identify the hazards:
The purpose of step 1 is to identify as many hazards as possible.
Flammable Liquid, Is a Ladder needed? The condition of the aircraft foot steps, Grounding of Aircraft, Propeller.
Other aircraft. Ground traffic.
Risk is the probability and severity of loss from exposure to the hazard.
Investigate specific strategies and tools that reduce, mitigate, or eliminate the risk.
After controls have been selected to eliminate hazards or reduce their risk, determine the level of residual risk for the selected tasking, mission and or course of action.
Once the risk control decision is made, assets must be made available to implement specific controls.
Spotter will watch pilot fueling the airplane and ground traffic.
The prop is not to be touched on the ground.
Risk management is a process that continues through out the life cycle of the system, mission, or activity .
The spotter will greatly reduce risk.
Call fuel truck and go have lunch!