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101 Safety

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Identifying hazards Analyze the mission, List the hazards, Determine the hazard root cause
Assessing hazards Severity, Probability, Complete risk assessment, Risk assessment pitfalls.
Making risk decisions Identify control options, Determine control effects, Make risk decisions.
Implementing controls Plan clearly communicated to all the involved personnel, accountability is established and necessary support is established.
Supervising hazards Monitoring effectiveness of risk controls; determining the need for further assessment; capturing lessons learned both negative and positive.
Define " High-Risk" course Training that may imply a dangerous situation.
Type of courses that are considered High Risk All basic or advanced, individual or collective training in a traditional or non-traditional environment which exposes the crew, staff, students and/or assets to the potential risks of death, permanent disability, or loss during training.
Discuss the difference between these types of courses, " voluntary and Involuntary" VOLUNTARY- Sailor has voluntary enrolled and has the ability to Drop on Request. INVOLUNTARY- sailor is enrolled thru the accession training or follow-on specailty skills school.
What is "Drop on Request" and the procedures for conductiong one When a student in a high risk training course desires to quit or drop on request, the student will immediately be removed from the training area. A written summary action is taken and entered in the students service record with a copy in command files.
Discuss "TTO" (Training time out) any situation when students or instructors express concern for personal safety or a need to clarify procedures or requirements, they shall call"TTO" for training to immediately cease.
Discuss purpose of "EAP" ( Emergency action plan) Internal plan to be implemented immediately upon advent of a mishap to aid involved persons and control and/or safeguard the scene.
Periodic requirements for "safety stand downs" At command level, minimum one per year. Additional stand downs may be warranted at the discretion of the CO.
Discuss " mishap reporting and site augment plans" as they pertain to high risk instructor MISHAP REPORTING- report and record all training related mishaps and injuries per reference(d) OPNAVINST 5102.1D SITE AUGMENT PLANS- curriculum control authority develop site augment plans with unique training situations, as required, for high risk cours
Special Course Indicator Code Voluntary high risk training identified by a special course indicator code of "A" or "D" in the corporate enterprise training activity system.
Core Unique Instructor Training Designed to prepare the instructor to teach in a high risk course.
Instructor screening process Screening and interview sequence- 1.service record screen 2.physical requirements 3.medical review 4.CO review
Evaluation process assessing high risk instructors in a classroom and labratory or field setting on a recurrent basis.
Discuss the importance of heat/cold stress, monitoring, and control in a training environment importance is based upon prior conditioning, activity level of the training to ensure sailors are prepared to participate in the activity and mitigate potential loss of life.
Created by: joey2012