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Fall 2014 Focus Topics & Lessons Learned. Safety Isn’t Seasonal Human errors that produce mishaps don’t vary with the weather There are very few new mishaps,

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1 Fall 2014 Focus Topics & Lessons Learned

2 Safety Isn’t Seasonal Human errors that produce mishaps don’t vary with the weather There are very few new mishaps, just new people wrongly thinking they are immune

3 The Good News Fatal mishaps during the 2014 Summer Campaign were down 30% from the 5-year average, and 15% compared to Summer The Navy had its lowest summer off-duty fatalities with 13. The Marine Corps had its lowest summer off- duty fatalities with 9. Autumn 2014 Safety

4 What Happened Last Autumn USN and USMC Fatality Categories:  10 motorcycle  6 PMV-4  4 recreation/off-duty  3 pedestrian Total: 23 (tied with Autumn 2012) Autumn 2014 Safety

5 Week 2012 Alcohol Alcohol VehicleMotorcycleRec/Off-Duty Ped MCROD PMV PED No PPE USN and USMC combined data, 9/3/ /30/2013, Updated 10/01/ Autumn Safety Campaign Results Total Fatals PMV MC PED ROD Total Fatals PMV MC PED ROD 23 Current

6 Top Rec/Off-Duty Mishap Activities for Autumn Football Basketball Training, Physical (PT)/ Exercise Jogging/Running reported mishaps

7 Top Rec/Off-Duty Mishap Activities 5. Ascending/Descending Stairs/Steps/Ladders34 6. Soccer23 7. Off-Roading Activities Bicycling20 9. Tie between Skateboarding and Climbing mishaps involved people who tripped while walking (no particular activity – Perhaps texting while walking?)

8 The Dark Side: Motorcycle Wreck Experienced rider Had been awake for more than 20 hours B.A.C. more than twice the legal limit Going 70 mph on a highway off-ramp Lost control Struck by following vehicle

9 ORM It! Discussion Questions What are the hazards in this real-life fatal mishap? What could have been done differently? This rider was trained but many are not. What training is required for motorcycle riders? Autumn 2014 Safety

10 The Dark Side: Pedestrian # Tried to cross between two cars of a moving train Doctors had to amputate both legs Also suffered shattered pelvis, broken arm Multiple surgeries Cardiac arrest during amputation of arm

11 ORM It! Discussion Questions What are the hazards in this real-life fatal mishap? What could have been done differently? Do you think alcohol was involved? Why or why not? Autumn 2014 Safety

12 0530 Was returning home, trying to cross a road Stuck and killed by driver of an SUV who fled scene SUV driver (civilian) arrested, found intoxicated, arrested The Dark Side: Pedestrian #2

13 ORM It! Discussion Questions The driver of the vehicle was at fault. Is there anything the mishap victim could have done to avoid this tragedy? Autumn 2014 Safety

14 The Dark Side: Speeding #1 Drove into ditch at mph Vehicle flipped, struck a tree Driver not wearing seatbelt and was ejected Body traveled feet

15 ORM It! Discussion Questions What are the hazards in this real-life fatal mishap? What are the requirements for all Sailors and Marines with regard to seat belt usage? – Does it matter if they were on or off base? Autumn 2014 Safety

16 0157 Sport bike rider going more than 100 mph in a 45 mph zone Lost control on slight bend in road Crossed median, crashed into oncoming car Ejected into tree Alcohol was likely a contributing factor. The Dark Side: Speeding #2

17 ORM It! Discussion Questions What are the hazards in this real-life fatal mishap? What could have been done differently? Why do bad decisions often have deadly consequences when riding a motorcycle? Autumn 2014 Safety

18 Safety Messages  Faulty risk management threatens readiness and preventable mishaps cost the Navy too many resources and personnel.  Mishaps are a learning experience. Share the lessons learned so others don’t have to learn the hard way.  Safety is part of the daily routine -- recognizing hazards should also be part of that routine.  Safety isn’t an add-on or a nice-to-have. It is an intrinsic part of operations. Autumn 2014 Safety


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