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1 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho NASBLA ERAC Engineering, Reporting & Analysis Committee Tammy Terry – Chair (OH) Cody Jones – Vice Chair (TX) Eleanor Mariani – Board Liaison (CT) Deb Gona – ERAC Staff Briefing on 2013 Committee Activity Boise, Idaho September 15, 2013 ‘EXPLORING NEW FRONTIERS’

2 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho They brought many things that our people had never seen. They talked straight. These men were very kind. - Chief Joseph

3 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers KEY ELEMENTS OF THE 2013 ERAC COMMITTEE CHARTER  Identify, evaluate and analyze data that can shed light on accident factors and inform development – and ultimately measure the effectiveness – of boating safety policies and programs  To ensure that research results are valid and reliable, actively seek ways to advance data quality, relevance, accuracy, consistency, applicability, and completeness

4 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho  Conduct analyses on targeted research questions  Recommend and – in partnership – actively work for improvements in criteria, processes, training associated with reporting, collecting, entering, and using data  Identify boating safety programs and equipment design efforts that could mitigate identified risk factors  Monitor/participate in external task forces and work groups Exploring New Frontiers KEY ELEMENTS OF THE 2013 ERAC COMMITTEE CHARTER

5 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers 11 CHARGES IN FOUR KEY AREAS  Regarding accident reporting rulemaking and policy guidance (3)  Guidance and training on accident reporting, data entry, and data use (2)  Compilation and analysis of accident data and related information (3)  Resource/advisory/monitoring activities (3)

6 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge A-1 “Terms and Definitions Project”  Destination: Continue working with the U.S. Coast Guard to complete work on standardized accident report terms and definitions in three remaining key report categories (Operation, Activity, and Vessel Types/Subtypes) for adoption by the States and use at the national level in BARD.  Expedition Crew: Eleanor Mariani (CT, Board Liaison)Eric Lundin (CT) Tom Shipp (FL) Deb Gona (NASBLA)Fred Messmann (NSBC) Seth Wagner (FL) Tammy Terry (OH)Mike Jendrossek (USCG) Dan Maxim (CGAux) Gary Haupt (NASBLA)Mike Baron (USCG) Jeff Ludwig (USCG) Susan Tomczuk (USCG)Pete Chisholm (Mercury) Rachel Warner (USCG) Cody Jones (TX)Glenn Moates (TN)

7 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: Three remaining term and definitions work products (Operation, Activity and Vessel Types/Sub-Types) approved by vote of the NASBLA Membership  Balloting closed Sept. 3, 2013; vote certified/reported to membership by NASBLA Vice-President/Secretary Herb Angell As per Resolution , these three lists will be forwarded on to the Coast Guard for implementation at the national level in BARD Thank you to the states and other NASBLA partners for participating, giving input, and lending support throughout the life of this project! Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge A-1 “Terms and Definitions Project”

8 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge A-2 Terms Implementation Guidance  Destination: Develop and deliver the implementation plan and timeline related to the use of the new standardized accident report terms and definitions. The plan should provide clarity to the NASBLA membership on when the terms can and will officially be in use nationally, and should guide other related processes and projects.  2013 Expedition Crew: Tammy Terry (OH) Susan Tomczuk (USCG) Jeff Ludwig (USCG) Deb Gona (NASBLA)

9 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: General guidelines developed in consultation with U.S. Coast Guard staff Timeline for incorporating new terms is at the state’s discretion  Exception: 12 Vessel Types set in Federal regulation for the States’ implementation by January 1, 2017 Other details to consider  Impact/actions associated with anticipated USCG rulemaking proposals on accident reporting  Impact on hard copy forms and databases  Training needs  Impact on data analysis Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge A-2 Terms Implementation Guidance

10 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge A-3 Input to USCG Proposals  Destination: Provide input to and facilitate the gathering of feedback from NASBLA’s member states in response to U.S. Coast Guard efforts to revise and improve the accident reporting systems and processes.  Expedition Crew: Full Committee

11 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: ERAC continues to monitor development of Commandant’s Instruction document Will communicate details as information becomes available Exploring New Frontiers ERAC Charge A-3 Input to USCG Proposals

12 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge B-1 Terms Reference and Resource Modules  Destination: Develop accident reporting training and information – in online and readily accessible formats – for use by new and current personnel involved at all levels and stages of the reporting process. Provide key factual information, including (but not limited to) the application of the revised and approved terms and definitions associated with the report category lists for Accident Types, Contributing Factors, Operation, Activity, Vessel Types/Subtypes, and guidance to improve core aspects of accident reporting.  Expedition Crew: Members of A-1 Charge Team PLUSJoe McCullough (AK) Karen Steely (Aaron Fdn.) Cindy Wall (AZ)

13 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: Beta version of Reference and Resource Modules ready for review/input  ERAC Committee Products Page – Download full package; instructions included Steps still in progress (and how you can get involved)  Addition of photos, videos, analysis information; “polish and shine” Final version of modules to be released late Oct/early Nov 2013  Consideration being given to true web version and/or mobile application Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge B-1 Terms Reference and Resource Modules

14 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge B-2 Online Forum  Destination: Launch online forum to expand and facilitate discussions about recreational boating accident analysis and data issues, resolutions, and applications with other governmental, academic and non-profit researchers and data users. Develop policies and procedures that will allow ERAC to 1) annually appoint from the ERAC roster, a member who will coordinate details associated with the forum; and 2) provide guidance to the appointed member regarding the expectations and responsibilities with taking on this role.  Expedition Crew: Joe McCullough (AK)Cindy Wall (AZ) Cody Jones (TX)Dan Maxim (USCGA) Tammy Terry (OH)

15 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: Concept initiated and forum platform established in prior charge cycles Organization, function and general content outlined in current charge cycle  Discussion Forum  Tools  Reference Library (in NASBLA Connect)  Link to ERAC Committee Products Page Anticipate Online Forum will “go live” by the Spring 2014 BLA Workshop Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge B-2 Online Forum

16 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge C-1 Assess NRBS Data/Findings  Destination: Review and assess the data and findings collected and released by the U.S. Coast Guard through the National Recreational Boating Survey.  2013 Expedition Crew: Tammy Terry (OH) Scott Brewen (OR) Dan Maxim (CGAux)Ted Sensenbrenner (BoatUS Fdn) Susan Tomczuk (USCG)Bruce Rowe (Forever Resorts) Rachel Warner (USCG)Philippe Gwet (USCG) Fred Messmann (NSBC) Gene Molteni (USPS) John Adey (ABYC) Alex Cascione (CGAux)

17 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: National Boating Survey data (2011), methodology, instruments (2011 and 2012) reviewed by charge team in detail  Initial comments submitted to the Coast Guard on March 22, 2013  Follow-up findings and additional comments submitted to the Coast Guard on July 3, 2013 Imminent release of 2012 survey data files  Charge group will review, assess findings, develop content for 2014 Small Craft Advisory issue Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge C-1 Assess NRBS Data/Findings

18 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge C-2 Human Factors  Destination: In support of an improved understanding of the factors associated with human error in recreational boating accidents, continue assessing the viability and applicability of a modified version of the Department of Defense’s Human Factor Analysis and Classification System (HFACS)  Expedition Crew: Eleanor Mariani (CT, Board Liaison)Karen Steely (Aaron Fdn.) Dan Maxim (CGAux)Bob Sweet (USPS) Chris Edmonston (BoatUS Fdn.)Susan Tomczuk (USCG) Gary Haupt (NASBLA)Dick Snyder (Mercury) Tammy Terry (OH)Cindy Wall (AZ) Fred Messmann (NSBC)Larry Bowling (NTSB) Gene Molteni (USPS)

19 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: HFACS-Lite model tested by team using existing cases/records  Found to be valid instrument for analyzing Human Factors in recreational boating accidents  Some components needed for HFACS-Lite analysis are not routinely collected in recreational boating accident investigations Have begun initial discussions on how to address collection of this missing data in future use of the HFACS-Lite analysis tool NTSB human performance investigation questions will serve as 2014 discussion catalyst Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge C-2 Human Factors

20 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge C-3 Capturing VSC Failure Data  Destination: Conduct an analysis of data derived from the United Safe Boating Institute (and affiliated organizations) efforts to capture the Vessel Safety Check (VSC) data to determine what meaningful trends can be identified from the initial data collection.  Expedition Crew: Bill Griswold (USBI) Gene Molteni (USPS) Bob Sweet (USPS) Fred Messmann (NSBC) Ted Sensenbrenner (BoatUS Fdn) Perry Taylor (CGAux)

21 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: Web-based entry screen for examiners to record VSC failure info USBI partners continue to use database to analyze findings  Current analysis covers period July 2012 – June 2013 Yielding observations about VSC failure patterns and examiner organizations Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge C-3

22 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge D-1 One Eye on Other Committees  Destination: Be informed about, review and consider the potential cross-over and cross- implications of NASBLA Committee charges. Make deliberate contact with other NASBLA committees on an annual basis for the purpose of coordinating ERAC efforts when and where appropriate.  2013 Expedition Crew: Tammy Terry – Chair (OH) with input and assistance from other ERAC members

23 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: Continue to support working with other committees to avoid duplication of effort and to encourage critical partnerships and discussions Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge D-1 One Eye on Other Committees

24 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge D-2 Resource to ESP  Destination: As requested and warranted, serve as a data and research resource to the National Boating Education Standards Panel as it embarks on revisions to the Level 1 – Basic Boating Knowledge Standard in  Expedition Crew: Full ERAC Committee

25 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Journal Entries: Continue to stand ready to support efforts Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge D-2 Resource to ESP

26 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge D-3 Advising on Spatial Analysis Project  Destination: Continue serving in an advisory role to the research project, Advanced Spatial Analysis of Accident Risks in Recreational Boating, with a special emphasis on reviewing and providing input to the principal investigator as requested regarding project findings.  Expedition Crew: Tammy Terry (OH) Tom Shipp (FL) Seth Wagner (FL) Fred Messmann (NSBC) John Adey (ABYC) with additional input from the full ERAC Committee

27 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Exploring New Frontiers ERAC 2013 Charge D-3 Advising on Spatial Analysis Project Journal Entries: Breakout Session – 9:00 a.m. Wednesday September 18, 2013 (Cedar Room) Where and When Do Recreational Boating Accidents Occur? Why Do They Occur in These Locations? Advanced Spatial Analysis of Accident Risks in Recreational Boating Dr. Ernest Marshburn

28 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore. - Andre Gide

29 NASBLA 54th Annual Conference September 14-18, 2013 Boise, Idaho QUESTIONS ??? Hospitality of the Nez Perce Doug Hyde (2006) Idaho State Capitol


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