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1 Risks Licensing & Education Safety Equipment Required PPE Maintenance Personal Responsibility In The News Additional Information LESSON PLAN Start Lesson Plan

2 Marines are dying in off-duty motorcycle mishaps Risks Next SlideMain Menu

3 Motorcycles have little protection in an accident Risks Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

4 Risks More than 80% of all motorcycle crashes result in injury or death Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

5 Risks It is not a matter of “if” you will go down, but “when”. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

6 Approximately half of all motorcycle mishaps are single vehicle mishaps. Rider error Risks Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

7 Licensing & Education Requirements -Valid State License -Operators Permit -Motorcycle Endorsement Prior to operating a Motorcycle Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

8 Licensing & Education 40% of motorcycle crash victims are improperly licensed. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

9 Licensing & Education Successfully complete an approved Motorcycle safety course prior to operating a motorcycle. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

10 Licensing & Education The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) and Specialty Vehicle Institute of America (SVIA) provide Marine Corps approved training for beginners and experienced riders. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

11 Licensing & Education The Basic Riding Course (BRC) is designed for new riders. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

12 Licensing & Education The Experienced Rider Course (ERC) is designed for riders who have their own bike and experience riding it. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

13 Safety Equipment Marines wear all their proper protective equipment when in combat. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

14 Safety Equipment All sports have some form of risk, those that carry the most risk require proper protective gear. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

15 Safety Equipment Protective gear reduces injury and helps prevent death. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

16 Required PPE DOT, ANSI and SNELL approved helmets are 67% effective against brain injuries. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

17 Required PPE Eye Protection Long sleeves and Long trousers Full finger gloves Over the ankle foot wear Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

18 Required PPE Reflective Vest for visibility - Lime Green - International Orange - Bright Yellow Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

19 Motorcycle Maintenance Tires (inflation, wear) Oil Battery Brakes (Check for wear) Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

20 Motorcycle Maintenance Chains & Sprockets, Belts Check fuel lines for wear or damage Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

21 Motorcycle Maintenance Check Clutch Cable & Brake Line Check mirrors and lights Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

22 Motorcycle Maintenance If it came on the bike, it should be maintained. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

23 Personal Responsibility As a Marine you are personally responsible to “Take Charge” of any situation! Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

24 Personal Responsibility Minimizing risk while riding a motorcycle is your responsibility and may save your life or someone else’s! Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

25 Personal Responsibility A Marine is a Marine 24/7/365 Don’t be influenced by peer pressure, or the desire to be popular Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

26 Personal Responsibility Do what’s right, because it’s the right thing to do. Even when no one is looking. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

27 In The News Today's headlines illustrate the risk in riding a motorcycle even for famous athletes. Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

28 In The News Kellen Winslow, Cleveland Browns was injured while riding in a community college parking lot! Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

29 In The News Ben Roethisberger had serious brain injuries after a motorcycle mishap. Before the crash he said “those that ride decide” and he did not wear a helmet. After the crash he said “I take it back and will always wear a helmet” Next Slide Previous Slide Main Menu

30 Additional Information There is complete information on all subjects covered in this film and in this lecture on: public.nsf/sites/motorcyclewww.iimefpublic.usmc.mil/public/iimef public.nsf/sites/motorcycle Previous Slide Main Menu

31 Represents Risks Video Vignette Back

32 Represents License Video Vignette Back

33 Represents Types of PPE Video Vignette Back

34 Represents Responsibility Video Vignette Back


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