CWO3 Kevin R. Enlow Logistic Instructor/Unit Safety Officer

CWO3 Kevin R. Enlow Logistic Instructor/Unit Safety Officer

CWO3 Kevin R. Enlow Logistic Instructor/Unit Safety Officer Marine Corps Artillery Detachment Fort Sill, Oklahoma [email protected] (580) 442-2491 DSN 639BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. 2491 Aug 2008

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Safety Summary Safety Theme, 4th Qtr, FY08 CMC Labor Day Message Labor Day Safety ORM Aug 2008 Marine Corps Artillery Detachments Safety Summary s t c

A e f The last reported mishap occurred on Jul 08. a s Un During FY08 a total AS of Jul 08, 28 mishaps were reported. This is an increase from FY07 by 06 mishaps. This increase is due to better reporting practices. Safety Reps are reporting more mishaps and the

severity of the mishaps are less in nature. Overall the command is doing a good job at minimizing risks associated with are jobs. We need to reduce the mishaps that are happening off duty. Aug 2007 2008 Critical Days of Summer This year, there are 101 days from the Memorial Day weekend

(starting 28 May) through Labor Day. These are called the "Critical Days of Summer" because the nonoperational fatality rates are usually higher than the full-year rates, as the tables below show. Here's how we stand through 01 August (after 66 of the 101 days): 11 Marines Dead! 17 Last Year! 44 Total for 2008 to Date!Aug 2008 BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Marine Corps Mishaps

2008 Critical Days of Summer 08 Jun 08 (2ND MLG/CLB-22) Jacksonville, NC PVT departed a social event and was walking in the road when he was struck by a civilian vehicle and died. 26 Jul 08 (8th ENGSUP BN/2nd MLG) Jacksonville, NC PFC was killed while riding a motorcycle when he collided with a parked car in a parking lot. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008

Marine Corps Mishaps 2008 Critical Days of Summer 28 May 08 (2D MLG/CLR-25/CLC-21) LCPL who was TAD to Recruiting Substation Rocky Mount, died after being involved in a motorcycle accident when his motorcycle crashed into a building in Roanoke Rapids, NC. 22 Jun 08 (BLT/2nd BN/6th MAR REGIMENT) Holly Ridge, NC LCPL was a passenger in a vehicle on HWY 17. Another vehicle driven by a USMC SGT crossed the centerline and struck the

LCPLs vehicle head-on. The LCPL died on 24 June. The SGT has been arrested and charged with DUI and involuntary manslaughter. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Marine Corps Mishaps 2008 Critical Days of Summer 05 Jul 08 (WEAPONS AND TRAINING BN/MCRD PARRIS ISLAND SC) Ladys Island, SC at 0420 CPL died of injuries he

received when involved in a motorcycle crash after hitting a curb and being thrown to street BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Marine Corps Mishaps 2008 Critical Days of Summer 17 Jun 08 (MC DET FORT LEONARD WOOD) Pulaski County, MO Marine

SGT suffered fatal injuries when the vehicle he was driving ran off the right side of the road and struck a tree. 11 Jul 08 (HQ BN/1st MARDIV) Staten Island, NY at 0410 SGT riding on a motorcycle collided with a guardrail, was ejected from the motorcycle and sustained fatal injuries. 17 Jul 08 (I&I STAFF/F CO/4th LAR BN/4th MARDIV) Columbia, SC SGT was killed after losing control of his motorcycle, striking a telephone pole and a fence. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008

Marine Corps Mishaps 2008 Critical Days of Summer 29 Jun 08 (1st MLG/CLR-15) Winchester, CA at 2010 HM1 assigned to Camp Pendleton and his wife and 4 year old son were killed when the car they were driving was struck head on by the driver of a pick-up truck that crossed the double yellow lines. 06 Jul 08 (RECRUITING STATION SAN DIEGO) Yucca Valley, CA at 0414 SSGT killed in a motorcycle crash when his motorcycle veered off the road striking a curb, then impacting a tree.

BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Marine Corps Mishaps 2008 Critical Days of Summer . 12 Jul 08 (4th MAW/MAG-49/VMGR 452) New Windsor, NY GYSGT died in a hospital after he and his passenger were thrown

from the motorcycle they were riding. After losing control, he left the roadway and crashed down an embankment off World Trade Way and Brooks St BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Marine Corps Mishaps 2008 Critical Days of Summer

19 Jul 08 (2nd CBT ENGR BN/2nd MARDIV) Newport, NC 2nd LT was traveling east on highway 24 when his motorcycle struck another vehicle at the intersection of Salty Shores RD and Highway 24. He was pronounced dead at the scene by North Carolina Patrol Trooper. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 HOW DO WE IMPROVE OUR SAFETY EFFORTS!

ORM! OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT! PERSONAL ORM, USED ALL THE TIME, 365 DAYS A YEAR! BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008

What is Risk Management? A decision making tool, that can be used by everyone, to increase personal awareness by anticipating hazards & reducing the potential of injury or death, thereby increasing the probability of a long life. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 The ORM Process!

Operation Risk Management Process 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Identify Hazards Assess Hazards

Make Risk Decisions Implement Controls Supervise BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 The ORM Process! Identify Hazards 1) List the major steps in the operation or task. (Operational Analysis)

2) Conduct preliminary hazard analysis by listing all of the hazards associated with each step along with possible causes for those hazards. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 The ORM Process! Assess Hazards For each hazard identified, determine the associated degree of risk in terms of

probability and severity. Make Risk Decisions BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 The ORM Process! MAKE RISK DECISIONS First develop risk control options. Start with the most serious risk and select controls that will reduce the risk to a minimum consistent with mission accomplishment. With selected controls in place decide if the residual risk is acceptable and

the benefit of the operation or task outweighs the risk. If the risk outweighs the benefit or if assistance is required to implement controls, communicate with higher authority in the chain of command. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 The ORM Process! IMPLEMENT CONTROLS The following measures can be used to eliminate hazards or reduce the degree of risk. These are listed

by order of preference: a) Engineering Controls- Controls that use engineering methods to reduce risks by design, material selection, or substitution. b) Administrative Controls- Controls that reduce risks through specific administrative actions, such as: 1) Providing suitable warnings, markings, placards, signs, and notices. 2) Establishing written policies, programs, instructions and standard operating procedures. 3) Training personnel to recognize hazards and take appropriate precautionary measures. 4) Limiting the exposure to a hazard (either by reducing the number of assets or personnel exposed, or the duration of exposure) c) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)- Serves as a barrier between personnel and a hazard. PPE should be sued when other controls do not reduce the hazard to an acceptable level.

BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 The ORM Process! SUPERVISE Conduct follow-up evaluations of the controls to ensure they remain in place and have the desired effect. Monitor for changes, which may require further ORM. Take the corrective action when necessary.

BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Front-line Leaders BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Front-line Leaders

Applies BAMCIS in everything they do. They dont take NO for an answer! Not afraid to stop training in the event of a problem. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008

Life is tough, but its tougher if youre stupid Sergeant John M. Stryker, USMC, in The Sands of Iwo Jima Aug 2008 BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Seasoned Veterans In your face Marine Leaders

BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Seasoned Veterans In your faceMarine Leaders

Ensures all processes of ORM (Operational Risk Management) are implemented. They dont take NO for an answer! Not afraid to stop training in the event of a problem. Seek out their guidance at every opportunity! BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Mentors of Marines!

BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. Aug 2008 Mentors of Marines! Responsible to the entire chain of command, from planning to execution.

Training events Deployments Leave and Liberty Sets the example for all Marines within the Command. Fully dedicated and committed to the ORM process! BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds.

SAFETY WARRIOR SAYS! BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. ORM is the responsibility of every Marine. Be it used for operations or just everyday living. Take the time to apply it to

avoid or reduce the risk involved. A time critical (On the fly) ORM will reduce the risk and could save a life! Think Safe, Be Aug 2008 Safe, Live Safe! BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds.

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GOING SOMEWHERE? DO YOU HAVE A TRIP PLAN? (GET THE FORM ON THE DETACHMENTS WEB SITE, GO TO SAFETY ORM, PULL UP TRIP PLAN, PRINT IT, FILL IT OUT) DOES YOUR BUDDY KNOW WHERE YOU ARE GOING AND WHAT YOU ARE DOING? DOES THE CHAIN OF COMMAND KNOW? HAVE YOU APPLIED SOME ORM TO WHAT YOU ARE PLANNING OR MIGHT BE DOING? HAVE YOU INSPECTED YOUR CAR? IF YOU ARE A SGT OR BELOW HAS THE YOUR SECTION DONE IT? IF GOING ON LEAVE, GOT A TRIP PLAN, GOT LEAVE PAPERS, GOT A PLAN?? IF YOU ANSWERED NO TO ANY OF THE ABOVE THEN YOU ARE NOT READY TO GO! GO BACK, MAKE THE PLAN, DO THE ORM, FILL THE

RIGHT FORMS OUT, NOTIFY YOUR BUDDY AND CHAIN OF COMMAND, THEN GO AND HAVE A GREAT HOLIDAY! YOU DESERVE IT! BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds. DO THE RIGHT THING! MAKE IT SAFE OR MORE SAFE BEFORE YOU DO IT! PERSONAL ORM IS KEY! BRF04-63. Naval Safety Center. 0.7 Seconds.

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