General Safety Fundamentals

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General Safety Fundamentals
2011-01-06 23:30:00

General Safety Fundamentals
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  1. Define the purpose of Naval Aviation Safety Program
    preserve human and material resources
  2. Safety responsibilitys of CO
    makes sure all hands are instructed and drilled in all safety precautions

    ensures safety regs are augmented or issued as deemed necessary
  3. Saftey responsibilitys of Aviation Safety Officer
    principle advisor to the CO on all aviation safety matters
  4. Safety responsibilitys of Ground Safety Officer
    principle advisor to the CO on all ground saftey matters
  5. Safety responsibilitys of Department Head
    coordinates dept safety program w/units safety officer and supervise dept division safety officer
  6. Safety responsibilitys of Division Officer
    • Ensure safety instructions are complied with
    • -Submit additional safety instructions deemed necessary for command safety
  7. Safety responsibilitys of Safety Petty Officer
    Ensure people are familiar w/safety instructions in work centers
  8. Safety responsibilities of ALL HANDS
    Know and follow all safety instructions

    Report hazards
  9. Explain the functions of the Safety Council/Enlisted Safety Committee
    Formed to set goals, manage assets, and review safety related recommendations.

    Meet once a month and descuss issues and provide recommendations for improved safety procedures
  10. Aviation mishaps

    Human error
    part of nearly ever mishap, involves both physical and mental factors, physical strength, physical stress and mental factors including the persons attitude and behavioral factors all of which effect the quality of work
  11. Aviation mishaps

    Maintenance and support factors
    • -Improper maintenance, improper priority assignments on work request, or lack of proper quality assurance.
    • -Mishaps may occur from the way the manufacture made, assembled or installed the equipment.
    • -Material damage/personal injury result from improperly maintained equipment
  12. Aviation Mishaps

    Administrative and supervisory factors
    • Reviewing mishaps investigations
    • -improper level of supervision or failure to meet personnel qual standards
    • -lack of formal or informal training
  13. Aviation Mishaps

    Material Failures or malfunctions
    faulty design, defective manufacture, or repair

    -most mishaps blamed on material failure may really involve maintenance factors or human error
  14. Aviation Mishaps

    Enviromental Factors
    -extreme exposure to heat, cold, vibration, noise, illumination, radiation, or atmospheric contaminants
  15. Mishap Classes
    • A: reportable material property damage $1,000 or more
    • -injury or occupational illness results in fatality or permanent total disability

    • B: reportable material property damage $2,000 or more but less than $1,000,000
    • -injury or occupational injury results in permanent partial disability
    • -3 or more personnel are inpatient hospitalized
    • C:reportable material property damage is $20,000 or more but less than $200,000
    • -non fatal injury causes any loss of time beyond the day occured
    • -non fatal illness causes loss of time from work or disability at any time
  16. Objectives of the Aviation Gas-Free Engineering Program
    ensure a safe enviroment is maintaned when working on aeronautical equipment fuel systems
  17. Hazards associated with Radio Frequency energy
    can generate electrical current/voltage large enough to cause life threatening electric shock, burns, biological changesm and cataracts.

    -EED in ordnance can cause sparks and arcs which may ignite flammable materials
  18. Purpose of Laser safety hazard control program
    • design a series of safety factors established when using lasers.
    • -establishing saftey regulations and standard operating procedures, eyewear, posting warning signs, training, safety surveys, medical surveillance, ect.
  19. Purpose of Safety Stand down
    Devote time to safety training, awareness, and enhancement of the command safety climate
  20. Concept of ORM
    Used to identify and manage hazards and make informed decisions

    -purpose is to increase operational readiness by anticipating hazards and increase the potential for success to gain competitive advantage in combat
  21. IAMIS