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What are the 5 steps in the ORM Process Identify Hazards, Assessing Hazards, Making Risk Decisions, Implementing Controls, Supervising
What is a Hazard Any condition with the potential to negatively impact mission accomplishment or cause injury, death or property damage.
what are the 3 basic actions completed in the identifying Hazards step (1) Analyze the mission. (2) List the Hazards. (3) Determine the Hazard Root Cause.
for each hazard identified, determine the associated degree of risk in what 2 terms probability and severity
what is the result of a risk assessment a prioritized list of hazards
OPNAVINST 3500.30(series) Operational Risk Management (ORM)
OPNAVINST 5100.19(series) Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat, Vols I, II
OPNAVINST 1500.75(series) Policy and Procedures for Conducting High-Risk Training
NETCINST 5100.1(series) Safety and Occupational Health, and High Risk Training Safety Program Manual
what are the 3 basic sections in the Making Risk Decisions step (1) Identify Control Options. (2) Determine control effects. (3) Make risk decisions.
after risk control decisions are made, what is the next step implementation
who must the plan be communicated to all involved personnel
what 3 actions are involved in the Supervise step (1) monitoring the effectiveness of risk controls. (2) determining the need for further assessment of the mission or task. (3) capturing lessons learned.
what is a high-risk course elevated probability of loss or an increased level of severity is likely or imminent. require special attention and/or intervention to prevent a declining situation. May imply a dangerous situation.
list RTC courses that are High-Risk Live Fire, Firefighting, Etc.
what are the 2 types of courses Voluntary and involuntary
what is the difference between voluntary and involuntary courses voluntary, student can DOR. Involuntary, student enrolled in accession training.
3 steps to DOR (1) make intentions known. (2) removal from training area. (3) written summary of action taken is entered in students service record.
when is a TTO called in any situation when a student or instructor expresses concern for personal safety or a need to clarify procedures or requirements.
when will training commence after a TTO has been called after the situation or condition is return to a safe state.
what is an Emergency Action Plan internal plan to be implemented immediately upon advent of a mishap to aid involved persons and to control and/or safeguard the scene
How often is an EAP conducted quarterly procedural walk-through(s) and fully exercise and validate emergency action plans annually.
who develops site augment plans CCA
who ensures instructors are certified to instruct utilizing safety requirements, procedures and safeguards relative to the course they teach LSO in conjunction with DETs/LSs/Participating Activities
what 4 procedures must all high-risk instructor candidates have completed (1) service record screen. (2) physical requirements. (3) Medical Officer interview, record review and questionnaire. (4) CO's interview
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