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Title: MDWG Getting Connected With Safety

MDWG Getting Connected With Safety
Capt. Bill Peters SEA
Lt.Col. Bruce Drury SE
Wing Safety Day
  • A Meeting will be held between 29 Oct -3 Nov 07.
  • This unit meeting will be used to identify safety
  • Risks. Then find ways to reduce those risks.
  • The program will be conducted by Unit SE with the
    full support of the unit.

The Wing Safety Make Up Day.
  • 4-10 NOV 2007

  • Squadrons will report to group NLT 20 Nov 07
  • Groups will report to Wing commander
  • NLT 27 Nov 07
  • Wing will report to MER NLT 1 Dec 07

The Getting Connected with Safety
Program will include the following.
  • 1a) A review of the MD Mishaps Reports-FY O7.
  • Report to the Wing SE recommendations for each
    incident and how we could have used ORM to avoid
    these incidents.
  • 1b) Review of the information required to report
    an accident on a electronic CAPF 78. Use the
    MD Mishap Reports-FY O7, For Practice.
  • (See CAPF 78 worksheet).

  • 1c) Consists of three seasonal operational
  • 1c1) Review the training task-Prevent and
  • Cold weather injuries.
  • 1c2) Review the six steps in ORM
  • 1c3) Present a tool from the National HWY
  • Administration-Checklist Tips for
    safe winter
  • driving.

  • 1d) Develop Review your unit safety
  • Goals
  • Review the MDWG Safety Goals
  • (Attachment 1d)

  • 1e) Conduct an Evacuation Drill

During the period 9 Oct through 15 Nov 07
Complete the following task
  • 2) Do the annual Safety Survey and correct any
    issues. Submit the annual survey NLT 27 NOV
  • 07 To Col Weiss. (Copy to group for their
  • The Wing Commander is required to sign off on
    the annual Safety Survey for each unit under his

  • 3) Conduct safety inspection (Per CAPR 66-1,
    attachment 3) Of tie downs, adjacent tie downs
    and hangers.

  • 4) Conduct a vehicle inspection (if assigned).
  • Use the CAP Wing Compliance
  • Inspection Guide.

  • 5) Inspect smoke detectors and fire.
  • extinguishers at meeting locations

  • 6) DUE DATES (a review) MDWG safety program
    checklist items 2 to 5 are completed during
    the period of 9 Oct Through 15 NOV.
  • The Checklist must be returned to the group
    commander NLT 20 NOV 07 (ITEM 6) with the unit
    safety officer contact information (Item 7)
  • included.
  • The unit commander is not the safety officer!
  • Unit results will be recorded on MDWG Getting
    Connected with Safety 2007Checklist returned
    to Col Weiss NLT 27-Nov 07( Copy Wing CV SE).

  • 7) Provide the following information concerning
    the unit SE.
  • Name
  • E- mail
  • Home Phone
  • Cell Phone
  • Work Phone

  • During the Period 9 through 15 Nov 07 Wing Staff
    will complete task 8-10
  • 8) Aircraft Inspection ( CAP Compliance Guide).
  • 9) Confirm that aircraft survival kit are
  • 10) Ensure that all vehicle maintenance is
  • for assigned vehicles (Brakes, shock
    absorbers, wheel bearings, steering, and other
    parts of the running gear)

  • Step 1 Identify the hazards
  • Step 2 Assess the risks
  • Step 3 Analyze Risk Control Measures
  • Step 4 Make Control Decisions
  • Step 5 Implement Risk Controls
  • Step 6 Supervise and Review

Lets Look at a Mishap from FY 07 and we will
apply the six step of ORM.
  • 1 July 07
  • Incident Pilot Struck his head on a non-moving
    prop while
  • Fueling the aircraft. Pilot sustained only a few
  • Step 1 Identify the hazards
  • The purpose of step 1 is to identify as many
    hazards as possible.
  • Flammable Liquid, Is a Ladder needed? The
    condition of the aircraft foot steps, Grounding
    of Aircraft, Propeller.
  • Other aircraft. Ground traffic.

  • Step 2 Assess The Risks
  • Risk is the probability and severity of loss from
    exposure to the hazard.
  • Is there anyone smoking?
  • Is the ladder in good condition?
  • Is the grounding wire in good working order?
  • Is the prop in a vertical or horizontal
  • Any aircraft taxing close by?
  • Any other ground traffic?
  • Does the aircraft have steps?

  • Step 3 Analyze Risk Control Measures.
  • Investigate specific strategies and tools
    that reduce, mitigate, or eliminate the risk.
  • No smoking
  • Inspect ladder before use if needed.
  • Inspect aircraft steps to be firm and free of
  • Align prop before disembarking aircraft.

  • Step 4 Make Control Decisions
  • After controls have been selected to
    eliminate hazards or reduce their risk, determine
    the level of residual risk for the selected
    tasking, mission and or course of action.
  • The aircrew member watching over the pilot as a
  • spotter will reduce the risk greatly!
  • Turning the prop to the vertical position before
  • Embarking aircraft.

  • Step 5 Implement Risk Controls.
  • Once the risk control decision is made, assets
    must be made available to implement specific
  • Spotter will watch pilot fueling the airplane and
    ground traffic.
  • The prop is not to be touched on the ground.

  • Step 6 Supervise and Review.
  • Risk management is a process that continues
    through out the life cycle of the system,
    mission, or activity .
  • The spotter will greatly reduce risk.
  • Call fuel truck and go have lunch!

  • Working safely may get old, but so do those who
    practice it.
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