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Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Safety Briefing Requirements for ALL CAPR 62-1 (3d) CAP Safety Responsibilities.

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1 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Safety Briefing Requirements for ALL CAPR 62-1 (3d) CAP Safety Responsibilities and Procedures All CAP members must obtain a monthly 15 minute face-to-face briefing (or Make-up) before they may participate in any CAP activity (including unit meetings).

2 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing To: NM Wing Staff Upon completion of this briefing, send an stating: Subject: Sept 2008 Wing Safety Briefing “Operation CAPSafe / Form 78 Requirements” reivewed and completed” to

3 Operation CAPSafe or How not to break anything or hurt anybody Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Joseph R. Perea, MD, MAJ, CAP NM Wing Civil Air Patrol Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing

4 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Agenda Operation CAPSafe Sept 08 Sentinel mishaps Form 78 and 79 Mishap Reporting Review

5 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Operation CAPSafe Safety Mindset CAP safety MUST in the forefront of everyone’s mind. CAP safety MUST in the forefront of everyone’s mind. Whether you are volunteering for CAP or doing everyday activities, we are looking to give each member a safety mindset.

6 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing What is Operation CAPSafe? –Have every CAP senior and cadet member send in one Safety idea a month for either Ground Safety, Air Safety, or both –This is a way to have every senior and cadet member think of Safety at least once a month –This will help to instill a Safety Mindset into every CAP member Operation CAPSafe

7 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Each month, the best Safety idea for air and ground will receive an Operation CAPSafe promotional item If room permits, your winning suggestions will be printed in the Sentinel Everyone please remember, “Safety is only common sense” Operation CAPSafe

8 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Where do I send my Operation CAPSafe ideas? HQ or NHQ CAP/SE NHQ CAP/SE 105 South Hansell Street Maxwell AFB, AL Operation CAPSafe

9 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Sept 08 Sentinal Incidents Banner equipment dropped, placed dime sized dent on top of right wing At preflight, noticed wrinkles and missing paint on tail cone Engine failure at 1600 ft msl due to fuel exhaustion in right tank Top fairing of tail hit lower right mid section of hangar roof Engine running rough, precautionary landing Right main wheel went into the grass and struck a corrugated drain pipe Oil temp elevated, precautionary landing Landed on main landing gear, aircraft nose gear strut dug into the ground and aircraft flipped upside down  Mechanic noted symptoms of a very hard landing Struck the tail tiedown ring bending it Hangar rash found on the right leading edge of the right horizontal stabilizer Partial power loss, precautionary landing Glider broke loose from tie down during a severe thunderstorm Upon completion of a short field landing it was observed that the left main tire had gone flat Van ran over taxiway light

10 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Actual incidents.... In the event of any incident / injury, a Form 78 Online report must be submitted within 48 hours. –Applies to all Air and Ground Ops –Applies to all Aircraft, vehicles, and People Minor incidents usually require no further action.

11 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Mishap Reporting Requirements Internal Mishap Reporting: The unit or activity Commander will immediately notify the Wing Commander, Wing Safety Officer, and State CAP-USAF Director of any accident, incident, or mishap involving bodily injury or property damage to aircraft or vehicles in his or her unit. If the Wing Commander is unavailable, the unit Commander shall notify the following in order of precedence: Vice Commander, Chief of Staff, Director of Operations, Wing Secretary, or Legal Officer. The Wing Safety Officer and the CAP-USAF State Director shall be notified in all cases. A list of reportable accidents, incidents, and mishaps is contained in CAPR 62-2 Attachments 1, 2 and 3. 4b.Unit or activity Commanders are responsible for submission of an online CAP Form 78 within 48 hours of a mishap.

12 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Form 78 and 79 Incident reporting Must be submitted within 48 hrs of mishap Where to find? “Form 78”

13 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing e-Services Form 78, 79

14 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Summary: Operation CAPSafe: Every CAP member SUBMIT a Safety Idea (not a Form 78!) once monthly to CAP NM Wing Incidents File Form 78 online within 48 hrs. File Form 78 online within 48 hrs.

15 Joseph R. Perea, MD, Maj, CAP NM Wing Safety Officer Sept 2008 Safety Briefing Questions?


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