Risk Management 3 Risk Management 5-step process 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Identify Hazards Assess Hazards Develop Controls Implement Controls Supervise and Evaluate Conduct RM prior to and during each event
4 Risk Management New DD Form 2977 (Top Half) 5 Risk Management New DD Form 2977 (Bottom Half) 6 USACR/Safety Center: https://safety.army.mil/ ol o T nt e sm
s sse A k is R nd u o Gr Ground Risk Assessment Tool 7 Accident Reporting And
Investigation 8 Accident Reporting Duty Status Defined Ref: DODI 6055.7, AR 385-10 Glossary, & NGR 385-10 Chp. 6 Duty Status Definition On - Duty ARNG personnel are considered onduty, for purposes of accidents, when they are Physically present at any location where they are to perform their officially assigned work. (This includes those activities incident to normal work: lunch, coffee, or rest breaks.) Being transported by DOD or commercial conveyance for the purpose of performing officially assigned work. (This includes reimbursable travel in POVs for performing TDY, but not routine travel to and from work.) Participating in mandatory physical training activities (including sports) or other mandatory events.
Off - Duty ARNG personnel are off-duty when they Are not in an onduty or non-duty status, whether on or off Army/ARNG property. Are (AGR or M-day on orders) and have departed the work location at the termination of their normal work schedule. Are (AGR or M-day on orders) traveling to and from work. Are (AGR or M-day on orders) on military leave. Are (AGR or M-day on orders) participating in voluntary PT and/or ARNG team sports. Are (AGR) on permissive (no cost to Government other than pay) TDY. Are (AGR or M-day on orders) on lunch/coffee/rest break engaged in activities unrelated to eating or resting. Are (M-day) remaining overnight (IDT lodging guard funded or not) immediately before or during IDT periods. Must live outside reasonable commuting distance from residence. Non - Duty ARNG personnel are non-duty when they Are (M-day Soldier) not on orders for duty or performing military duty related tasks. Are (Technician) not on-duty
Are (Technician) and have departed the work location at the termination of their normal work schedule. Are (Technician) traveling to and from work Are (Technician) on lunch/coffee/rest break engaged in activities unrelated to eating or resting. Are (Technician) participating in voluntary PT and/or ARNG team sports regardless of location. 9 Accident Reporting LOD = Accident Report When Soldier Injured due to accident Medical Treatment beyond 1st Aid? Prescription Drugs? Quarters / Light duty? 10 Accident Reporting Class
Total cost of Property damage Injury/ Occ. Illness Other Army aircraft destroyed, missing, or abandoned. (UAS) accidents based on cost. A 2mil Fatality or Permanent Total Disability (complete loss of use of two thing) B
< 2mil 500K Permanent Partial Disability (complete loss of use of one thing) 3 or more PAX hospitalized as inpatient for same incident. C < 500K 50K Causes 1 or more days away from work (miss a day of work beyond date of accident.) (ex: 24-48hr Quarters) Disability that does not meet class A
or B and is lost time. -Restricted work, (light duty), transfer to another job -medical treatment beyond First Aid (See Step 3a for first-aid definitions) D < 50K 20000 E 5000 >20000 Aircraft or Equipment Damage F
n/a n/a R OSHA medical removal, Occupational hearing loss, work related TB, Needle stick or cut from blood contaminated object. IV inserted to treat dehydration Aircraft engine (FOD) *NGB used class to report all non-duty losses and all accidents that do not fall in the Army recordable Classes A thru D (No-treatment or treatment on-the-job) 11
Accident Reporting OSHA 1904.7 (b)(5)(ii)(A-N) Definitions of First Aid (DA Pam 385-40, appendix I-2, pg. 242) A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Use of a non-prescription medicine on doctors recommendation Tetanus shots Cleaning superficial wounds Applying wound covers (bandages, gauze) Hot or cold therapy (ice) Non-rigid support (ankle/knee
brace) Temporary immobilization for transport H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. Drilling of a fingernail Providing an eye patch Removing objects from eye using irrigation or cotton swab Removing splinters with tweezers Using finger guards Using massage
Drinking fluids for relief of heat stress. Diagnostic measures (X-ray or blood work) EXAMPLE: A soldier falls during company PT and complains of ankle pain. Medics apply an ace bandage and the soldier is transported to a hospital. The doctor X-rays the soldier and finds no broken bones. The doctor provides the soldier with non-prescription strength Tylenol and applies ice and compression. None of the above treatments exceed first aid. If the soldier has no restricted duty or missed time this would be classified as an onduty Class-R accident. Accident Reporting When to report to the JFHQ-MO Joint Operations Center (JOC)? Report the following accidents to the JOC using the SIR format:
Class A & B accidents Class C aviation accidents Anytime a Soldier in an On-duty status is taken to the hospital Serious Off-duty & Non-duty incidents that involve the hospitalization of a Soldier. Immediate notification by the first commander or ADSO in the change of command will be accomplished by one of the following means: Telephonic: 573-638-9803 Email: [email protected] When in doubt, contact the JOC! 13 Accident Reporting Accident Reports are not to be used for: AR 15-6 investigations Collateral investigations
FLIPL investigations Accidents Reports are to be use for: What happened Why happened What can we do to prevent it in the future o Trends analysis and mitigate 14 Motorcycle Safety Course 15 Motorcycle Safety Course Reference:
Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 6055.04, DoD Traffic Safety Program AR 385-10, Army Safety Program AFI 91-207, US Air Force Traffic Safety Program All Army and Air Guard personnel and employees operating a motorcycle to complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation Course or Motorcycle Safety Foundation approved course. Missouri National Guard will reimburse Soldiers for the cost of the Basic, Advanced, and the Sports Bike Rider course up to $350/course. Mileage and per diem costs are not reimbursed Courses must be approved MSF or Specialty Vehicle Institute of America curriculum taught by certified licensed instructors 16 Motorcycle Safety Course Submit Requests for Reimbursement through State Safety Office
1. Copy of MSF course completion certificate 2. Copy of drivers license indicating motorcycle endorsement 3. Copy of receipt showing cost of training 4. Complete SF1164 5. Complete SF1199A Direct Deposit Form
*Those completing the MSF course will be eligible to receive a Motorcycle Safety Vest 17 Unit Safety Program 18 Unit Safety Council Representative from each section of a unit Meet at least quarterly o Discuss building issues, safety issues, environmental issues, Occ. Health issues, Industrial Hygiene issues Maintain Hazard Log (HAZLOG) o Living, breathing document o Assign action officers to hazards Post Safety Council Minutes
o Provide State Safety Office with copy of minutes and HAZLOG 19 Multi-Tenet Armory Safety Council At least 2 representatives from each unit occupying the Armory o President and Secretary o Should include Building Manager Individual who submits MOPRIDE work-orders Meet at least quarterly o Discuss building issues, safety issues, environmental issues, Occ. Health issues, Industrial Hygiene issues Maintain Hazard Log (HAZLOG) o Living, breathing document o Assign action officers to hazards Post Safety Council Minutes
o Provide State Safety Office with copy of minutes and Hazlog 20 Safety Awards Purpose: recognize outstanding effort and achievement in the prevention of accidents. Commands Safety Streamer for Gideon Unit Safety Streamer for Gideon Individuals Gloves Knives
Multi-tools Flashlights 21 Questions? STATE SAFETY OFFICE MAJ Matthew Styles 573-638-9523 PBX-39523 OC Steven Bussman 573-638-9532 PBX-39532 MSG Jay Luebbert 573-638-9824 PBX-39824 22
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