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Risk Assessment Hazard Identification

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  1. SAFETY LEARNING LAB Risk Assessment Hazard Identification Col Alex Kay and Lt Col Eric Shappee

  2. Overview • Definitions • Activity Life Cycle Phases • Tools • Lab Project

  3. Definitions • Hazard • “Any actual or potential condition that can cause injury, illness, or death, damage to or loss of equipment, property or degradation of organizational goals.” (TSI) • Risk • “A combination of the severity of the mishap and the probability that it will occur.” (MIL-STD-882E)

  4. Definitions • Probability • “An expression of the likelihood of occurrence of a mishap.” (MIL-STD-882E) • Severity • “The magnitude of potential consequences of a mishap which include: death, injury, occupational illness, damage to or loss of equipment or property, damage to the environment, or monetary loss.” (MIL-STD-882E)

  5. Activity Life Cycle Phases (Identify, Analyze, and Control Hazards)

  6. Risk and Hazard Tools • What are risk assessment tools? • Mechanism for the evaluation of common operational factors and their associated hazards (Operations Phase)

  7. Risk and Hazard Tools • Concept and Planning Phases

  8. PHL and PHA • The Preliminary Hazard List (PHL) is just what it sounds like, a list. Simply put, it is a brain storming tool used to identify initial safety issues early on in an activity concept phase. • The Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) • PHL, PHA: What’s the difference? • What is needed to perform an effective hazard analysis?

  9. HOW DOES IT WORK? • Lab Project

  10. Basic Project Details (4 Groups) • Encampment • Winter with 150 participants expected • Summer with 150 participants expected • Cadet Orientation Flights • Summer 5 aircraft with non-towered airport • Winter with 5 aircraft at a towered airport