Top Safety Program Senior Safety Course

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This presentation is proposed to be utilized by individuals who wish to advance to the Senior level in the Civil Air Patrol\'s Safety Officer claim to fame trackTraining in the Safety Officer strength track is self-managed and planned to occur both at work and through self-study. This presentation and CAP Pamphlet 217 will manage senior individuals through the preparation and is intended to offer them some assistance with learning t

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Top Safety Program Senior Safety Course

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This introduction is planned to be utilized by individuals who wish to advance to the Senior level in the Civil Air Patrol's Safety Officer claim to fame track Training in the Safety Officer forte track is self-guided and proposed to happen both at work and through self-ponder. This introduction and CAP Pamphlet 217 will direct senior individuals through the preparation and is intended to help them figure out how to work successfully as Safety Officers. Claim to fame tracks are administered by CAPR 50-17, Senior Member Professional Development Program

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This introduction will cover: ORM and Assessing Risks Associated with CAP Activities Mission Safety Officer Overview CAP Vehicle Safety Inspections Course Outline

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Essential Readings: CAPR 20-1, Organization of Civil Air Patrol CAPR 35-1, Assignment and Duty Status CAPR 35-2, Notification Procedures in Case of Death, Injury or Serious Illness CAPR 60-1, CAP Flight Management CAPR 60-3, CAP Emergency Services Training and Operational Missions CAPR 62-1, CAP Safety Responsibilities and Procedures CAPR 62-2, Mishap Reporting and Investigation CAPR 77-1, Operation and Maintenance of CAP Vehicles Region and Local Safety Policies

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STATEMENT OF WORK The CAP Safety program is designed according to the Air Force program portrayed in the 91 arrangement of Air Force Instructions (AFI) The CAPR 62 arrangement characterizes the extension and restrictions of the CAP Safety program. It likewise obviously characterizes the two particular obligations that security officers perform for CAP and CAP authorities: Safety Education Mishap Prevention

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Do wellbeing programs truly have any kind of effect? Completely! The best Safety programs include each level of the association, ingraining a wellbeing society that lessens mishaps for individuals and enhances the general association When Safety is a piece of the association and its lifestyle, everybody wins

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ORM What is ORM? A deliberate, 6-stage procedure to oversee characteristic hazard. Why ORM? The ORM procedure permits precise hazard basic leadership that oversees chance as a feature of the entire operation, diminishes setbacks and enhances the money saving advantage proportion by bringing down hazard.

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ORM How would you isn't that right? Well ordered. Here's the procedure:

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ORM Here's the procedure: 1. Recognize the perils: A danger is just a condition that could bring about misfortune. Concentrate on what is at hazard and rundown potential perils.

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ORM Here's the procedure: 2. Survey the dangers: Here, we analyze each risk and decide the presentation, seriousness and the accident likelihood related with our action. Organize the dangers into levels of hazard and work on the most exceedingly awful one first.

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ORM Here's the procedure: 3. Break down hazard control measures: Determine which dangers can be killed, decreased or controlled in some way. Controls for the most part cost something as far as a venture of time or cash. Organize these control measures to get the most "bang for your buck".

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ORM Here's the procedure: 4. Settle on control choices: First, select the most ideal hazard controls. Choose if those controls will guarantee that the advantages will exceed the expenses. This procedure ought to include the "ideal individual" settling on the choice at the opportune time, in view of the correct sources of info. Try not to believe that since hazard is available, you ought to keep away from the action. Hazard is inalienable in all that we do, how we control it decides the result.

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ORM Here's the procedure: 4. Settle on control choices: Who's the perfect individual? Whoever has the best handle of the hazard and the open door issues. Hierarchical pioneers ought to push the normal hazard choice down the hierarchy of leadership after some time in light of the fact that the detail and comprehension of the choice ramifications builds the nearer you get to the guideline members of an action.

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ORM Here's the procedure: 5. Chance control usage: The key here is for the hazard controls to really be incorporated inside the arrangements, procedures and operations with which they are related. Without coordination, it won't be so compelling. For controls to be fruitful, usage must be clear to everybody, there must be responsibility, and initiative must offer help.

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ORM Here's the procedure: 6. Oversee and audit: When hazard controls are appropriately incorporated, the supervision of them is much the same as some other authority activity - this is the prime explanation behind the accentuation on totally coordinating the hazard controls. Survey is the orderly estimation of regardless of whether the advantage was justified regardless of the cost. This is the administration part of ORM.

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ORM Here's the procedure: Don't bet with hazard – Manage it conclusively with ORM.

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Mission Safety Officer The part of the Mission Safety Officer (MSO) is: to limit the dangers confronted by our individuals in the execution of the mission

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Mission Safety Officer MSO duties (outline): Facilities Emergency numbers posted Evacuation Plans Hazards stamped and settled if conceivable Vehicles Safe working condition Operator readied and acquainted with vehicle Aircraft Safe working condition Crew readied and acquainted with air ship Personnel Adequate group rest Adequate hardware for errands relegated Understand mission briefings Don't disregard guests

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Mission Safety Officer MSO obligations: Conduct Safety Inspections Update the Incident Commander on present or expected Safety Issues Develop gets ready for safe operations Brief mission staff on Safety issues Mishap detailing & taking care of

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Facilities Emergency Numbers Posted Evacuation Plans Hazards stamped and settled if conceivable Vehicles Safe Working Condition Operator readied and acquainted with vehicle Mission Safety Officer MSO duties: Conduct Safety Inspections

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Personnel Adequate group rest Adequate gear for undertakings doled out Understood mission briefings Don't disregard guests Mission Safety Officer MSO obligations: Conduct Safety Inspections Aircraft Safe Working Condition Crew readied and acquainted with air ship

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Mission Safety Officer MSO duties: Update the Incident Commander Don't be hesitant to convey wellbeing issues to the consideration of the mission staff, and at last the Incident Commander If you can deal with it yourself, and it won't meddle with operations, simply ahead and do it Realize that you will most likely be unable to cover everything, except with practice and earlier arranging you will have more secure operations over the long haul

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Mission Safety Officer MSO duties: Develop gets ready for safe operations Develop, facilitate and post a composed arrangement for managing real security issues Incorporate into the general Incident Action Plan

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Mission Safety Officer MSO obligations: Brief mission staff on Safety issues Safety briefings day by day or toward the start of operational periods is a smart thought Tells everybody who the Safety Officer is Reinforces individual or team briefings Make briefings constructive, energetic, and fast Enthusiasm hits the significant issues Don't hold teams up any more drawn out than would normally be appropriate

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Mission Safety Officer MSO obligations: Brief mission staff on Safety issues Make beyond any doubt that all mission faculty know the dangers that they could be presented to like: Runways needing repair Winds Refueling systems

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Mission Safety Officer MSO duties: Mishap revealing & taking care of Follow direction in CAPR 62-1 and 62-2 for announcing and researching setbacks In all instances of disasters : Follow the wing accident notice strategy In all instances of disasters that can be delegated a mischance (see CAPR 62-2), a fitting CAP part will: Immediately advise the CAP NOC took after by the wing accident notice technique

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Mission Safety Officer MSO duties: Mishap revealing & taking care of Have clear duplicates of the Safety Mishap Report Worksheet close by Do not discharge names of gatherings required without earlier consent from the Incident Commander

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Mission Safety Officer C-0001 Mission Safety Inspection C-0002 Analyze Safety of Mission Operations C-0003 Conduct Ground Team Safety Briefing C-0004 Conduct Aircrew Safety Briefing C-0005 Reporting & Handling Mishaps Involving CAP Personnel C-0006 Preparing Safety Guidance For Non-members C-0007 Monitor Crew Rest, Fatigue, And Stress P-1001 Develop Aircraft & Ground Operations Safety Plan L-0101 Inspect a Vehicle L-0102 Inspect an Aircraft Mission Safety Officer Tasks

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Start with the CAPF 73 Vehicle Inspection Guide Check every thing to guarantee consistence Also hope to check whether any perilous conditions exist concerning the vehicle and explain them on the "Disparity Report" area on the back of the frame (e.g. Save tire that is not secured, split windshield which weakens vision, absent or broken back view reflect, floor tangle or cover meddling with brake pedal utilize, and so forth.) "Rollover" cautioning decals are unmistakable inside vehicle (as of now just a "proposed" necessity)

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Checking the Paperwork CAPF 73, Sep 03

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Checking Inside the Vehicle CAPF 73, Sep 03

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Ensure fire quenchers and medical aid units are secure so they don't get to be shots amid a crisis Check the condition/operation of belts, outfits, and so forth. Watch that gages and horn work appropriately Check that windshield wipers and washers work legitimately Mirrors ought to be set up, utilitarian and are movable as outlined

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Exterior windows ought to open and close as composed. This may spare an existence in a crisis. Guarantee CAP radios are secure so they don't get to be shots in a crisis

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Checking the Vehicle Exterior CAPF 73, Sep 03

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Check for harm, imprints as well as missing parts Look for indications of holes (puddles unde

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