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1 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.1 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE CAP Safety Program Senior Safety Course

2 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.2 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  This presentation is intended to be used by members who wish to progress to the Senior level in the Civil Air Patrol’s Safety Officer specialty track  Training in the Safety Officer specialty track is self- paced and intended to take place both on-the-job and through self-study. This presentation and CAP Pamphlet 217 will guide senior members through the training and is designed to help them learn to function effectively as Safety Officers.  Specialty tracks are governed by CAPR 50-17, Senior Member Professional Development Program

3 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.3 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  This presentation will cover:  ORM and Assessing Risks Associated with CAP Activities  Mission Safety Officer Overview  CAP Vehicle Safety Inspections Course Outline

4 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.4 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Essential Readings:  CAPR 20-1, Organization of Civil Air Patrol  CAPR 35-1, Assignment and Duty Status  CAPR 35-2, Notification Procedures in Case of Death, Injury or Serious Illness  CAPR 60-1, CAP Flight Management  CAPR 60-3, CAP Emergency Services Training and Operational Missions  CAPR 62-1, CAP Safety Responsibilities and Procedures  CAPR 62-2, Mishap Reporting and Investigation  CAPR 77-1, Operation and Maintenance of CAP Vehicles  Region and Local Safety Policies

5 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.5 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE STATEMENT OF WORK  The CAP Safety program is modeled after the Air Force program delineated in the 91 series of Air Force Instructions (AFI)  The CAPR 62 series defines the scope and limitations of the CAP Safety program. It also clearly defines the two distinct duties that safety officers perform for CAP and CAP commanders:  Safety Education  Mishap Prevention

6 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.6 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Do safety programs really make a difference? Absolutely!  The best Safety programs involve every level of the organization, instilling a safety culture that reduces accidents for members and improves the overall organization  When Safety is part of the organization and its way of life, everyone wins

7 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.7 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  What is ORM?  A methodical, 6-step process to manage inherent risk.  Why ORM?  The ORM process allows systematic risk decision- making that manages risk as part of the whole operation, reduces mishaps and improves the cost benefit ratio by lowering risk. ORM

8 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.8 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  How do you do it?  Step by step.  Here's the process: ORM

9 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.9 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Here's the process:  1. Identify the hazards: A hazard is simply a condition that could cause loss. Focus on what is at risk and list potential hazards. ORM

10 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.10 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Here's the process:  2. Assess the risks: Here, we examine each hazard and determine the exposure, severity and the mishap probability associated with our activity. Prioritize the hazards into levels of risk and work on the worst one first. ORM

11 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.11 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Here's the process:  3. Analyze risk control measures: Determine which risks can be eliminated, reduced or controlled in some manner. Controls usually cost something in terms of an investment of time or money. Prioritize these control measures to get the most "bang for your buck". ORM

12 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.12 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Here's the process:  4. Make control decisions: First, select the best possible risk controls. Decide if those controls will assure that the benefits will outweigh the costs. –This process should involve the “right person” making the decision at the right time, based on the right inputs. –Don't think that just because risk is present, you should avoid the activity. –Risk is inherent in everything we do, how we control it determines the outcome. ORM

13 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.13 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Here's the process:  4. Make control decisions: Who's the right person? –Whoever has the best grasp of the risk and the opportunity issues. –Organizational leaders should push the average risk decision down the chain of command over time because the detail and understanding of the decision implications increases the closer you get to the principle participants of an activity. ORM

14 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.14 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Here's the process:  5. Risk control implementation: The key here is for the risk controls to truly be integrated within the plans, processes and operations with which they are associated. Without integration, it won't be nearly as effective. For controls to be successful, implementation must be clear to everyone, there must be accountability, and leadership must provide support. ORM

15 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.15 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Here's the process:  6. Supervise and review: When risk controls are properly integrated, the supervision of them is just like any other leadership action -- this is the prime reason for the emphasis on completely integrating the risk controls. Review is the systematic measurement of whether or not the benefit was worth the cost. This is the management aspect of ORM. ORM

16 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.16 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Here's the process:  Don't gamble with risk –  Manage it decisively with ORM. ORM

17 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.17 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  The role of the Mission Safety Officer (MSO) is:  to minimize the risks faced by our members in the performance of the mission Mission Safety Officer

18 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.18 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities (overview): Mission Safety Officer Facilities Emergency numbers posted Evacuation Plans Hazards marked and fixed if possible Vehicles Safe working condition Operator prepared and familiar with vehicle Aircraft Safe working condition Crew prepared and familiar with aircraft Personnel Adequate crew rest Adequate equipment for tasks assigned Understand mission briefings Don’t forget about visitors

19 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.19 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Conduct Safety Inspections  Update the Incident Commander on current or expected Safety Issues  Develop plans for safe operations  Brief mission staff on Safety issues  Mishap reporting & handling Mission Safety Officer

20 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.20 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Conduct Safety Inspections Mission Safety Officer Facilities –Emergency Numbers Posted –Evacuation Plans –Hazards marked and fixed if possible Vehicles –Safe Working Condition –Operator prepared and familiar with vehicle

21 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.21 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Conduct Safety Inspections Mission Safety Officer Aircraft –Safe Working Condition –Crew prepared and familiar with aircraft Personnel –Adequate crew rest –Adequate equipment for tasks assigned –Understood mission briefings –Don’t forget about visitors

22 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.22 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Update the Incident Commander Mission Safety Officer Don’t be afraid to bring safety issues to the attention of the mission staff, and ultimately the Incident Commander –If you can handle it yourself, and it won’t interfere with operations, go ahead and do it –Realize that you may not be able to cover everything, but with practice and prior planning you will have safer operations in the long run

23 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.23 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Develop plans for safe operations Mission Safety Officer Develop, coordinate and post a written plan for dealing with major safety issues Incorporate into the overall Incident Action Plan

24 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.24 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Brief mission staff on Safety issues Mission Safety Officer Safety briefings daily or at the beginning of operational periods is a good idea –Tells everyone who the Safety Officer is –Reinforces individual or crew briefings Make briefings positive, upbeat, and quick –Enthusiasm helps –Hit the major issues –Don’t hold crews up any longer than necessary

25 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.25 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Brief mission staff on Safety issues Mission Safety Officer Make sure that all mission personnel know the risks that they could be exposed to like: –Runways in need of repair –Winds –Refueling procedures

26 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.26 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Mishap reporting & handling Mission Safety Officer Follow guidance in CAPR 62-1 and 62-2 for reporting and investigating mishaps In all cases of mishaps : –Follow the wing mishap notification procedure In all cases of mishaps that can be classified as an accident (see CAPR 62-2), an appropriate CAP member will: –Immediately notify the CAP NOC followed by the wing mishap notification procedure

27 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.27 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  MSO responsibilities:  Mishap reporting & handling Mission Safety Officer Have blank copies of the Safety Mishap Report Worksheet on hand Do not release names of parties involved without prior permission from the Incident Commander

28 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.28 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE Mission Safety Officer  C-0001Mission Safety Inspection  C-0002Analyze Safety of Mission Operations  C-0003Conduct Ground Team Safety Briefing  C-0004Conduct Aircrew Safety Briefing  C-0005Reporting & Handling Mishaps Involving CAP Personnel  C-0006Preparing Safety Guidance For Non-participants  C-0007Monitor Crew Rest, Fatigue, And Stress  P-1001Develop Aircraft & Ground Operations Safety Plan  L-0101Inspect a Vehicle  L-0102Inspect an Aircraft Mission Safety Officer Tasks

29 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.29 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Start with the CAPF 73 Vehicle Inspection Guide  Check each item to ensure compliance  Also look to see if any unsafe conditions exist concerning the vehicle and annotate them on the “Discrepancy Report” section on the back of the form  (e.g. Spare tire that is not secured, cracked windshield which impairs vision, missing or broken rear view mirror, floor mat or carpet interfering with brake pedal use, etc.)  “Rollover” warning decals are visible inside vehicle (currently only a “suggested” requirement)

30 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.30 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE ITEMS TO BE CHECKED DAILY (operator ’ s signature required on inside page to verify inspection) 1.REGISTRATION / PROOF OF INSURANCE 19. CURRENT STATE INSPECTION STICKER (if applicable) CAPF 73, Sep 03 Checking the Paperwork

31 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.31 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE ITEMS TO BE CHECKED DAILY (operator ’ s signature required on inside page to verify inspection) 2.FIRE EXTINGUISHER / FIRST AID KIT 11.SAFETY DEVICES (seatbelts / harness, headrest, etc.) 12.INSTRUMENTS / HORN (functionally check proper operation) 13. WINDSHIELD WIPERS / WASHER (functionally check proper operation) 15.MIRRORS (rearview) 17.WINDOWS (functionally check proper operation) 18.RADIO MOUNTS (CAP added equipment) CAPF 73, Sep 03 Checking Inside the Vehicle

32 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.32 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Ensure fire extinguishers and first aid kits are secure so they do not become projectiles during an emergency  Check the condition / operation of belts, harnesses, etc.  Check that gauges and horn work properly  Check that windshield wipers and washers work properly  Mirrors should be in place, functional and are adjustable as designed

33 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.33 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Exterior windows should open and close as designed. This may save a life in an emergency.  Ensure CAP radios are secure so they do not become projectiles in an emergency

34 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.34 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE ITEMS TO BE CHECKED DAILY (operator ’ s signature required on inside page to verify inspection) 3.DAMAGE (exterior and interior, missing parts) 7.LEAKS (visually check fuel / oil / coolant) 9.LIGHTS (visually check for proper operation) 10. BACK UP ALARM /EMERGENCY FLASHERS (functionally check proper operation) 13.WINDSHIELD WIPERS / WASHER (condition) 15.MIRRORS (rearview) 16.EXHAUST SYSTEM 4.TIRES (visually check for damage / abnormalities) 20. TIRE PRESSURE (checked monthly – requires signature and date below) CAPF 73, Sep 03 Checking the Vehicle Exterior

35 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.35 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Check for damage, dents and/or missing parts  Look for signs of leaks (puddles under vehicle, drip marks, etc.)  Check all lights including:  Headlights  Taillights  Parking lights  Turn signals  Emergency flashers  Check that the back-up lights and back-up alarm work

36 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.36 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  You checked the operation of the windshield wipers and washers from the inside. Now it is time to visually inspect their condition.  You checked the functionality of the mirrors from the inside. Now it is time to visually inspect their condition.  Check the exhaust system  Visually check the system for holes and that the pipes are secure  Start the engine and check for exhaust leaks, both visually and by its sound

37 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.37 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Tires should be inspected for:  Proper size and rating – see vehicle manufacturer’s placard located on driver’s door edge, doorpost, glove- box door, or inside the trunk lid  Proper air pressure – see vehicle manufacturer’s placard  Treadwear – see treadwear guidance found in attachment 5 of CAPR In general tread should be greater than 1/16 inch deep and NOT worn down to the built-in “tread wear” indicator, which normally appears as a raised rubber bar in the tread.

38 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.38 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE Manufacturer’s tire pressure guidance placard

39 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.39 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE

40 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.40 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Tires must be inflated to the pressure recommended by the vehicle manufacturer  The pressure printed on the tires is the maximum allowable, not the best pressure for the particular vehicle  Under-inflated tires (low tire pressure) is one of the greatest factors in causing a “rollover”  Hydroplaning risks increase exponentially with low tire pressures. Hydroplaning occurs at speeds of about 9 times the square root of the tire pressure  At 25 PSI, hydroplaning occurs at (9 x 5) = 45 mph  At 81 PSI, hydroplaning occurs at (9 x 9) = 81 mph

41 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.41 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  CAPR 77-1 & CAPF 73 require checking tires once per month (However, daily is better)  Air pressure in the tires should be checked before use when the tires are relatively “cold” (been driven less than 1 mile in last 3 hours).  Air pressure in tires usually increases by approximately 4 psi as the tires are used for driving and become “warm”  If vehicle has already been driven, tires need 3 hours to cool before checking tire pressure

42 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.42 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Stenciling the vehicle manufacturer’s suggested tire pressure on the wheel hub or on the fender above the tire is recommended

43 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.43 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE Stenciling the vehicle manufacturer’s suggested tire pressure in 1” numbers on the wheel hub or on the fender above the tire is recommended

44 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.44 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE ITEMS TO BE CHECKED DAILY (operator ’ s signature required on inside page to verify inspection) 5. FLUID LEVELS (oil, transmission, brake, power steering and coolant) (check according to manufacturers instructions.) 6.BATTERY CONDITION 7.LEAKS (visually check fuel / oil / coolant) 8.DRIVE BELTS / HOSES (visually check for fraying or cracking) CAPF 73, Sep 03 Checking Under the Hood

45 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.45 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE  Additional guidance for vehicle inspections can be found in CAPR 77-1 OR  By contacting the CAP NHQ/LGT (Transportation) (877) ext 275 or (DSN) ext 275  By contacting the CAP/EXS (Safety Administrator) (877) ext 229 or (DSN) ext 229

46 CIVIL AIR PATROL National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB AL PPT 217-S.46 CAP SENIOR SAFETY COURSE Review: CAPR 20-1, Organization of Civil Air Patrol CAPR 35-1, Assignment and Duty Status CAPR 35-2, Notification Procedures in Case of Death, Injury or Serious Illness CAPR 60-1, CAP Flight Management CAPR 60-3, CAP Emergency Services Training and Operational Missions CAPR 62-1, CAP Safety Responsibilities and Procedures CAPR 62-2, Mishap Reporting and Investigation CAPR 77-1, Operation and Maintenance of CAP Vehicles Complete the Senior Safety Course Test What’s next?


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