Mishap Analysis 60 Class A Class B Class C Class D Number of Mishaps 50 40 30 20 10 0 20 02 20 03 20 04 20 05 20 06 20 07 20 08 20 09
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 20 10 20 11 20 12 20 13 20 14 4 Ship Name Class A/B Mishap Summary: DATE - Present Total: 30 27 Class A; 3 Class B Cost Summary: $383M This slide intends to give the command an understanding of how loss impacts readiness. Instead of looking at mishaps by numbers, we should understand how operational readiness and capabilities are reduced. Engineerin Navigation Navigation Navigation Weapons Navigation Engineerin g Navigation Collided with T-AO during
UNREP, MAY 2012 Collided with Tanker, AUG 12 Contact with object, DEC 12 Struck Tubbataha Reef, JAN 13 Fire in lube oil purifier heater, FEB 13 Wave Crash, SEP 13 BWM-74E target impacted ship, NOV 13 Ran aground, FEB 14 Class A: $3.8M Class A: $80M Class A: Fatality Class A: $211M Class B: $1.5M Class A: $28.5M; 2 Fatalities Class A: $30.9M Class A: $2M
Number of Mishaps Navigation g 3 2 1 Collision; 2 Grounding; 2 Fire; 2 PMV; 2 Contact with Object; 1 Flooding; Wave 1 Intrusion; Impact 1 to MRG ship; 1Explosion; 1 UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Engineerin g Flooding in aft VLS, MAR 14 MRG Explosion, APR 14. Fire in FWD Uptake Trunk APR 14. Class B: $500K Class A: $2M Class A: $23M Recreat ional; 1
Shipboa rd; 11 0 Engineering Motorcy cle; 16 5 Class A/B Mishap Causal Factors By Department 12 This slide intends to give each department head an understanding of what causal factors influence operations/work performed in their departments. 10 MISHAPS 8 6 4 2 0 Policy Communication Procedural Compliance Trend Analysis Training Materiel UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO ORM Supervisory/Leadership 6 Class C/D Mishap Trend Analysis 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Identify the common threads
resulting in mishaps, attack these issues through deckplate leadership and track for performance and risk indicators Assault; 1.41% Pre-existing medical condition; 1.41% Lead Causal Factors: Non-procedural compliance; 16% Lack of attention to detail: 15% Malfeasance; 13% Lack of Training/Experience; 13% Environmental (unforeseen); 11% Lack of Supervisory Leadership; 0.70% Lack of Training/ Non-Procedural Compliance; 16.20% Inadequate Planning; 4.93% Skill; 12.68% Environmental; Malfeasance; 10.56% Materiel; 6.34% 12.68% Physical Fitness; 9.15% Self Induced; 4.23% Lack of Attention to Detail; 15.49% Fatigue; 0.70% Alcohol; 3.52% Remaining factors include: Physical Fitness/sports injuries (9%); Materiel Condition (6%); Inadequate Planning (5%); Self-induced (4%); Fatigue (1%); Assault (1%); Preexisting Medical Condition (1%); and Lack of Supervisory Leadership (1%). UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 7 Private Motor Vehicle Mishap Trend 2009 - 2014 35 30 25 20 Non-fatal injuries
15 10 5 Fatalities 0 UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 8 Motorcycle Mishap Trend 2009 - 2014 70 Command Motorcycle Safety Representative should be involved with providing the data/briefing the next few slides. 60 50 40 Non-fatal injuries 30 20 10 Fatalities 0 Over 80% of fatalities associate lack of training and experience as contributing factors. Half of all fatalities result in striking another vehicle, the remaining occur as a result of unsafe speed and to safety a Center Ref1:ability Data provided by operate Naval Safety motorcycle. Alcohol is a contributing factor in 2% of all mishaps. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 9 Motorcycle Mishap Trend Vice Training CY 2014 5 100% 90%
4 Implemented Best Practices Message April 2014. Efforts support fatality reduction by 80% in 2014. 80% Training Compliance (%) 3 70% 60% 50% 2 40% Fatalities 1 30% 20% 10% 0 0% As training percentages increase, motorcycle fatalities decrease. Non fatal injuries average five per month. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 10 Motorcycle Mishap Trend by Rank 2009 - 2014 90 Non-fatal injuries 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 Fatalities 0
E-3 through E-5 are most common mishap victims between September and January. Majority of mishap victims have less than three years of riding experience. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 11 Fatality and Injury Motorcycle Mishap Trend 2009 - 2014 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR Injuries APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP Fatalities Use a Call-Out Box if a trend is identified and associated with a corrective action(s) UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 12
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