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What is the purpose of the Naval Aviation Safety Program
Primary objective is to preserve Human and Material Resources.
Explain the Safety responsibilities of the CO.
The CO: Ensures All Hands are Instructed and Drilled in all Safety Precautions applicable to them.
Explain the Safety Responsibilities of the Aviation Safety Officer.
Principle advisor to the CO.
Maintain aviation safety records and mishap statistics.
Explain the Safety Responsiblities of the Ground Safety Officer.
Principle advisor to the CO on all Ground Safety matters.
Maintain appropriate Ground Safety Records and Mishap Statistics.
Explain the Safety Responsibilities of the Dept. Head.
Coordinates the departments safety program with the unit's safety officer and supervise the dept's divisions safety officer.
Ensure all safety precautions and strictly observed by all persons within dept. and all others concerned.
Personnel frequently and throughly instructed and drilled.
Explain the Safety Responsiblities of the Division Officer.
Ensures the personnel comply with all safety instructions.
Explain the Safety Responsibilities of the Safety Petty Officer.
Ensure that All Personnel are instructed in all safety matters and are familiar in safety instructions, central point for all safety related matters or concerns W/I a W/C.
Explain the Safety Responsiblities of the All Hands.
All Hands will familiarize themselves with Safety Regulations and Instructions applicable to themselves and their assigned duties.
Comply with established safety standards, and report hazards and mishaps in accordance with their command safety program and OPNAVINST 3750.6.
Explain the functions of the Safety Council/Enlisted Safety Committee.
Safety Council:
Sets Goals, manages assets, and reviews safety related recommendations.
Reviews command plans, policies, procedures, conditions, and instructions for accuracy, content, and responsiveness to corrective recommendations.
Meet 1x a month with representatives from each W/C, Aviation and aero med safety officers and other activities.
Discuss how Human error contributes to aviation mishaps.
Causes high number, is part of nearly every mishap.
Can be from maintainers to factory workers.
Involves Both Physical and Mental Factors.
Explain the functions of the safety council/enlisted safety committee.
Safety Council:
Sets Goals, manages assets, and reviews safety related recommendations.
Review command plans, policies, procedures, conditions, and instructions for accuracy, content, currency, and responsiveness to corrective recommendations. Formed of Ground, aviation and aero Medical safety officers and representatives of each work center and other activities. Meet 1x a month.
How does Human error contribute to aviation mishaps?
Causes high number of mishaps, is part of nearly every mishap. Can be from maintainers to factory workers. Involves both physical and mental factors.
How does maintenance and support factors contribute to aviation mishaps?
Maintenance and support factors: Improper maintenance, priority assignments on work requests, lack of proper quality assurance. Improperly maintained equipment.
How does administrative and supervisory factors contribute to aviation mishaps?
Administrative and supervisory: Improper level of supervision or a failure to requirer personnel to meet personnel qualification standards.
How does material failures or malfunctions contribute to aviation mishaps?
Material failures or malfunctions: Faulty design, defective manufacture, or repair.
How does material failures or malfunctions contribute to aviation mishaps?
Material failures or malfunctions: Faulty design, defective manufacture, or repair.
How does environmental factors contribute to aviation mishaps?
Very few mishaps are caused. Include extreme exposure to heat, cold vibration, noise, illumination, radiation, or atmospheric contaminants.
Define Class A Mishap.
Damage is $1,000,000 or more. Or an injury or occupational illness results in a fatality or permanent total disability.
Define Class B Mishap.
Damage is $200,000 or more, but less than $1,000.000 or an injury or occupational illness results in a permanent partial disability, or three or more personnel are impatient hospitalized.
Define Class C Mishap.
Damage is $10,000 or more, but less than $200,000, non-fatal injury that causes any loss of time beyond the day on which it occurred. Beyond 5 days of date of injury.
Define Class D Mishap.
Damage is less than $10,000 or non-fatal injury that does not meet the criteria of a Class C mishap.