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DR Mohd Zin Bidin CMO Malaysian GP. DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit By : Dr. Mohd Zin bin Bidin Chief Medical Officer Petronas.

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1 DR Mohd Zin Bidin CMO Malaysian GP

2 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit By : Dr. Mohd Zin bin Bidin Chief Medical Officer Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

3 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Introduction Motorsport is a dangerous event. It is without doubt, the most dangerous form of sporting endeavor that has consistently challenge the notion of acceptable risk. The issue of safety in motorsport cannot just be ignored. Organisers must ensure a safe and healthy workplace. Personnel working at motorsport event must be properly trained and equipped. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

4 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Aim To identify hazards in motorsports and discuss some control measures that can be implemented to reduce risks to drivers and emergency services personnel (medical, marshalls, recovery, rescue, security, fire ). © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

5 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Scope Definition Risk Management Aims and purpose HIRARC ( Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment, Risk Control ) Control Measures Types of control Track design & safety Personal Protective Equipment Safety Policy © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

6 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

7 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Definition of Motorsports Collection of sports which primarily involved the use of motorized vehicles. Automobile or motorcycle racing. Also known as auto racing, motor racing or car racing - a sport involving racing automobile. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

8 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Definition of Hazard Is a condition, event or circumstances that could lead to or contribute to an unpleasant or undesired event. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

9 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Definition of Risk Quantifiable likelihood of loss or less than expected returns. Is an expression of the impact of an undesired event, in terms of event severity and event likelihood. The expectation that a threat may succeed and the potential damage that can occur. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

10 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Definition RISK = likelihood X severity Likelihood (probability of occurrence) An event likely to occur within specific period or in specified circumstances. Severity (of outcome) Is outcome from an event,such as severity of injury/health of people or damage to property or environment. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

11 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Definition of Risk Management The process of analyzing exposure to risk and determining how to best handle such exposure. The process of assessing risk and acting in such a manner or prescribing policies and procedures, so as to minimize loss associated with such risk. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

12 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

13 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Aim of Risk Management Aim of Risk Management is to identify, assess, control and reduce risk in motorsports. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

14 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Purpose of Risk Management Purpose of Risk Management is to enhance SAFETY of the sports and HEALTH of the person involved. Prevent or reduce accidents. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

15 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Risk Management Process (HIRARC) Hazard Identification Risk Assessment Risk Control © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

16 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit System Safety Process Risk Management Risk Management System/ Process Review Documentation © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

17 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Types of Risk: Physical Chemical Biological Psychological Ergonomic Hazard Identification © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

18 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Process of HIRARC 1. Classify work activities 2. Identify hazards 3. Conduct risk assessment (likelihood X severity) 4. Decide if risk is tolerable, apply control measures © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

19 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX Severity Likelihood Negligible (1) Marginal (2) Critical (3) Catastrophic (4) Frequent (5) Probable (4) 4812 High 16 Occasional (3) 36 Serious 9 12 Remote (2) 2 Medium 4 68 Improbable (1) Low © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

20 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

21 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Selection of Control Control is the elimination or inactivation of a hazard such that the hazard does not pose any risk to anyone who enter into an area or work on equipment in the course of scheduled work. Selection of control : a. Evaluating and selecting short / long term control b. Implementing short term measures until permanent control in place. c. Implementing long term control. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

22 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Types of Control a. Elimination b. Substitution c. Isolation d. Engineering e. Administrative f. Personal Protective Equipment © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

23 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

24 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Motorsports Safety Operations Personnel Firefighters Emergency medical personnel Marshals Recovery workers Security Event / Venue officials © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

25 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Training and Competency Personnel expected to function at motorsports event should have the knowledge and skill to: a. Recognize hazards. b. Take safety measures to protect themselves. c. Take appropriate actions that might reduce the severity of the incident. d. Call for emergency assistance. e. Take appropriate measures to assist or rescue victims. f. Implement procedures to return to routine operations. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

26 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit FIA Institute promotes improvement in the safety of motor sport by : a. Promoting research, disseminating the result of research and providing information on the best safety procedures, practices and technologies that can be applied to motor sport safety in the following areas: Driver equipment Vehicle design Circuit design and spectator protection Rescue and medical facilities Race control Continue… Roles of FIA © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

27 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit b. Supporting training of officials, circuit and race personnel in safety procedures, practices and the use of equipment. c. Supporting the protection of participants, officials and members of the public at international motor sport events. d. Monitoring motor sport safety trends in order to identify research and regulation priorities. e. Encourages and campaigns on the awareness of safety issues among all those involved in motor sport. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

28 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Safety on the track Track Design & Its Safety Features. Safety for race personnel, marshals & officials. Safety for circuit personnel & members of the public. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

29 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Track Design & Its Safety Features Need to: anticipate points on the circuit where accidents are likely to happen. Different circuits have different problems. New circuits are safer than older circuits. Safety Features Gravel Traps & Run-Off Zones. Concrete Barriers, Guards Rails & Catch Fences. Tyre Walls. Track Surfaces. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

30 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Personal Protective Equipment Commensurate with the hazards associated with their assignment. Fit and comfortable to wear. Maintained and stored according to manufacturer's instructions. N/B : PPE is designed to give a specific level of protection and the level should not be exceeded. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

31 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Eye Protection Possibility of hazards to the eyes. e.g. : flying debris, dust, chemical splash, blood borne pathogen, heat, glare, radiation from welding / cutting. Use face or eye protection as appropriate. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

32 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Foot Protection Reduce hazards of slip and falls. Ensure sole grip, sole stability and ankle support. Types depend on terrain, surface conditions, and tasks performed. EMS personnel should wear closed-toe protective footwear, a sole with heel, made of leather or flame resistant material. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

33 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Hand Protection Depends on degree of dexterity required, and duration & frequency of exposure to hazards. Track clean up personnel – gloves that protect from sharp objects, rough surfaces and heat. Fire marshals – gloves that provide thermal protection, cut resistance, dexterity, and grip. Extrication team – as above N/B : Always follow universal precaution. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

34 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Head Protection a. Impact Protection Pit area fire crews – consider wearing head protection that provides impact protection. Drivers – must wear helmets and be restrained with safety belt at all time. b. Thermal Protection Using a protective hood. Protects from fire flash. Provides limited protection to head, face and neck. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

35 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Hearing Protection Should be worn by all personnel exposed to a high noise level (>90dB). Implement Hearing Conservation Program. N/B : NIHL is Irreversible. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

36 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Garments Avoid wearing clothing with poor thermal stability such as nylon or polyester. EMS personnel should wear garments that meet firefighting standards. Should provide function identification and visibility within operational environment. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

37 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Equipment Types Fire Suppression Equipment. Portable fire extinguishers. Motorized fire-fighting apparatus. Emergency Medical Services Equipment. Goal to respond with minimal delays and with the necessary equipment to handle the incident. © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

38 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit

39 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit Safety Policy SIC will provide a safe and healthy environment to its stakeholders. By : Developing the infrastructure to ensure a safe and healthy working environment at work. Ensuring program related to health and safety is applied to all stakeholders. Providing support and resources for Workplace Health and Safety program. Implementing the latest technology to generate continuous improvement in the workplace. Disseminating information on current knowledge, policies, rules, and procedures to all volunteers and stakeholders. Chief Executive Officer © 2010 DR MOHD ZIN BIN BIDIN CMO, Sepang International Circuit


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