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Improving Aerial Operations Safety

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  1. Improving Aerial Operations Safety

  2. Improving Aerial Operations Safety Incident Reporting System Where we were What we did Results/Benefits

  3. 1996 - MNR Incident Reporting System Introduction Potentially Lead to Injury or Fatality Data Collection Potential Deficiencies -processes/procedures

  4. 1996

  5. Data 1996 data - 8.6 % chance of incident occurrence Reports submitted Air to air communications Air to ground communications Drop Zone Air Space Management Interagency Response

  6. Approach • Reduce/Eliminate incident reports • Internal and External • Develop • product • process • implementation • maintenance

  7. Logistical Problems Strategy/Approach AAO Staffing Shortage Timely delivery Consistent message Interagency response

  8. Strategy/Approach • Serve as refresher - no new material • Non Air Attack personnel • Utilize for non MNR training • Provincial in nature • content • messages

  9. Getting Started Main area identification Analyze potential areas 10 areas identified Safety/Refresher CD

  10. Training Train the trainer sessions Trainers tasked - delivery AAO/pilot attendance Positive feedback Fine tuning Annual distribution

  11. Maintenance Over winter review From 10 areas - fine tuned to 7 Roles/responsibilities of AAO Communication Air/Ground Procedures Radio procedures Air Space Management Interagency Response Feedback Paid dividends

  12. Incident Report Data Missions% 1996 – 70 8.6% 1997 – 194 2.6% 1998 – 348 3.2% 1999 – 134 1.5% 2000 – 81 1.2% 2001 – 321 3.1% 2002 – 107 0.9%

  13. Incident Report Trend

  14. 60m(200ft) 120m (400ft) 60m(200ft) 350m (1200ft) Air Attack Safety Air Attack/ Ground Crew Co-ordination Rules 3) Drop Zone: Is to be clear of all people prior to the drop 200m (700 ft) 150 m (500ft)

  15. Air Attack Safety Adhere to the Drop zone

  16. Results/Benefits Increased awareness of Incident Reporting System Reduced number of incidents AAO/Field staff interaction Interagency response staff awareness Consistent provincial safety messages New training material to existing courses Improvements/additions to SOP for AAO’s/IAFB Improvement/additions to Helicopter Briefing books Increased feedback into aerial program

  17. 2002

  18. Conclusion Positive Impact on Program Delivery

  19. Questions???

  20. Incident An undesired event HAVING THE POTENTIAL for physical harm to a person, or property damage. It can be described as a near miss or close call.