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									Operational Risk Management
  with Applications to Long Distance
               Driving



       General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-1
                 Management (ORM)
Navy Heritage Video




 General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-2
           Management (ORM)
                    Introduction
• The task of driving is a matter of
  managing risk and maintaining
  the proper attitude
• The ORM tool used by the Navy
  is a proven successful tool for
  operational use, but can be
  applied to many activities that
  involve risk

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                       Management (ORM)
                    Importance
• Every Sailor and piece of
  equipment is critical to
  mission success
• Whenever either is affected
  by a mishap, mission
  accomplishment suffers
• Managing risk is the key to
  being successful and safer
            General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-4
                      Management (ORM)
                     Objective
Upon completion of this lesson, you will be
able to:
  – explain the ORM process
  – apply ORM to long-distance driving




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                     Management (ORM)
                          Scenario
Johnny Asphalt is anxious to get to
Daytona Beach, FL over the 4th of July
weekend. He has his car packed and is
planning to drive straight there from
Norfolk, VA after he gets off work on
Thursday afternoon. The trip is 725 miles
and should take about 13 hours. He plans
to drive back on Monday late afternoon,
arriving in Norfolk just in time for duty
on Tuesday morning. He feels his plans
will allow for maximum fun time in
Florida.

              General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-6
                        Management (ORM)
                          Outline
•   ORM process and principles
•   Identify Hazards step
•   Assess Risks step
•   Make Risk Decisions/Implement Controls step
•   Supervise step



             General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-7
                       Management (ORM)
ORM Process and Principles




    General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-8
              Management (ORM)
                   Introduction
• ORM is a process the Navy has
  designed to help us make informed
  decisions regarding risk situations
• It must be used by all Sailors at all
  levels to help minimize risk to
  acceptable levels
• There are also ORM principles that
  must be applied when using the ORM
  process
            General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-9
                      Management (ORM)
              ORM Definition
ORM is a decision-making
methodology used by people at all
levels to increase operational
effectiveness by anticipating
hazards and reducing the potential
for loss, thereby increasing the
probability of a successful mission.



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                       Management (ORM)
                   ORM Facts
• Increases our ability to make informed
  decisions
• Minimizes risk to acceptable levels
• Should be applied both on the job and in off
  duty activities
• Can be done formally in a group setting or
  informally in your head

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                     Management (ORM)
             ORM Concepts
• Everyone is responsible for applying ORM
• Risk is inherent in everything you do on the
  job or in off duty activities
• Risk can be controlled




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                     Management (ORM)
              ORM Process

• Identify Hazards
• Assess Hazards
• Make Risk Decisions
• Implement Controls
• Supervise
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                    Management (ORM)
            ORM Principles
• Accept risk when benefits outweigh the costs
• Accept no unnecessary risk
• Anticipate and manage risk by planning
• Make risk decisions at the right level



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                     Management (ORM)
     Create the definition of ORM
                                                       train Marines about
                                                       shipboard safety protocol
Operational Risk                                       enlisted Sailors
management is a(n)                                     officers
                                                       all Sailors
  a process                                            process
                                                       new Sailors of all ranks
designed by the Navy to                                learn about safety
help all Sailors                                       make informed decisions
                                                       regarding risk situations
                                                       team-building activity
make informed decisions
                                                       emergency procedure
regarding risk situations                              management level course
                                                       train subordinates about on
                                                       duty safety procedures
          General Military Training-Operational Risk                        1-1-15
                    Management (ORM)
Determine the step number (1 - 5) for
each action in the ORM process.

Supervise                                          STEP 5

Make Risk Decisions                                STEP 3

Implement Controls                                 STEP 4

Identify Hazards                                   STEP 1

Assess Hazards                                     STEP 2


      General Military Training-Operational Risk            1-1-16
                Management (ORM)
            Match each explanation in the ORM
            process to its step number.
                                                                   1   2   3   4        5
• Determine severity and probability.
• Put recommended measures in place.
• Monitor to ensure process has been carried out as
  planned. Anticipate changes, and if the plan or
  conditions change significantly, stop and reassess.
  Continually assess hazards and their control
  measures.
• Survey the area to determine what conditions exist
  that may cause work stoppage, injury or equipment
  damage and determine factors that may negatively
  affect human or equipment performance.
• Determine what control measures would most
  effectively lessen the risks. Determine if benefits
  outweigh costs
                      General Military Training-Operational Risk               1-1-17
                                Management (ORM)
            Step number matched to explanation
            in the ORM process
                                                                   1   2   3   4        5
• Determine severity and probability.
• Put recommended measures in place.
• Monitor to ensure process has been carried out as
  planned. Anticipate changes, and if the plan or
  conditions change significantly, stop and reassess.
  Continually assess hazards and their control
  measures.
• Survey the area to determine what conditions exist
  that may cause work stoppage, injury or equipment
  damage and determine factors that may negatively
  affect human or equipment performance.
• Determine what control measures would most
  effectively lessen the risks. Determine if benefits
  outweigh costs.
                      General Military Training-Operational Risk               1-1-18
                                Management (ORM)
        Select the 4 principles of ORM



Accept responsibility                                                          Accept risks when
                                                         Accept no
to make decisions             Accept all risks                                 costs outweigh
                                                         unnecessary risks
for all risk                                                                   benefits



                                                                               Accept only
Make risk decisions           Manage risk                Manage risk through
                                                                               unnecessary
at the right level            spontaneously              a 48-hour cycle
                                                                               risks



                              Accept risks when          Accept risk when
Accept only CAT 4                                        politically correct   Manage risk by
                              benefits outweigh
Risks                                                    to do so              planning
                              costs



                        General Military Training-Operational Risk                    1-1-19
                                  Management (ORM)
       Correct!


• Your answer is correct!
• This is one of the Principles of ORM.




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              General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-20
                        Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• This is not a Principle of ORM.




                                  BACK
             General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-21
                       Management (ORM)
 Identify Hazards




General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-22
          Management (ORM)
                    Introduction

• The first step in the ORM
  process is to identify the hazards




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                       Management (ORM)
             Hazard Defined

A hazard is a condition or behavior with the
potential to cause personal injury or death,
property damage, or mission degradation.




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                     Management (ORM)
    Hazard Identification Tools

• Operational Analysis

• Brainstorming

• Change Analysis




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                    Management (ORM)
     Johnny Asphalt’s Driving Plan
1.    Get off work Thursday as early as possible
2.    Take highways and interstates to Daytona, FL
3.    Drive all night using rest stops and the radio
4.    He has faith in his “beater” car to get him there and back
5.    Party starts as soon as he gets there and continues all
      weekend. He will sleep wherever.
6.    Set watch for noon on Monday so he can start home
7.    Drive straight through to Norfolk and get home just in
      time for work on Tuesday

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                          Management (ORM)
        Brainstorming Hazards
• Reduced visibility at               • Excessive speed
  night                               • Driver distractions
• Fatigue                             • Other drivers
• Alcohol




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                      Management (ORM)
          Change Analysis:
         The “What If?” Tool
• Road construction                  • Vehicle breakdown
• Delay in leaving                   • Weather




           General Military Training-Operational Risk      1-1-28
                     Management (ORM)
      Choose 3 tools that can help identify
      hazards


Stagnation Analysis                            Pass in Review

Thinking Hat                                   Brainstorming

Operational Analysis                           Change Analysis

Outside-the-Box Thinking                       Organizational Review

Organizational Analysis                        Skylarking

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                         Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer is correct!




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                       Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again!




                                    BACK
               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-31
                         Management (ORM)
       Match the tool used to Identify Hazards
       with its explanation

                                                           1. Change Analysis



• List the steps or specific events
                                                           2. Operational Analysis
  associated with the job or activity
  in sequence

                                                           3. Brainstorming


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                        Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer “Operational Analysis” is correct!




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                      Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again!




                                    BACK
               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-34
                         Management (ORM)
      Match the tool used to Identify Hazards
      with its explanation

                                                          1. Change Analysis
• As a group, think of hazards of
  each step or event.
• Review related documentation.
                                                          2. Operational Analysis
• Pay particular attention to
  existing precautions in the
  procedures.
                                                          3. Brainstorming


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                       Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer “Brainstorming” is correct!




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                      Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again.




                                    BACK
               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-37
                         Management (ORM)
     Match the tool used to Identify Hazards
     with its explanation

                                                         1. Change Analysis


• Use the "What If?" tool to bring
  out hazards that may result from                       2. Operational Analysis

  unexpected changes in normal
  procedures
                                                         3. Brainstorming


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                      Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer “Change Analysis” is correct!




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                      Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again.




                                    BACK
               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-40
                         Management (ORM)
A hazard is a condition or behavior
with the potential to cause personal
injury or death, property damage, or
mission degradation.


   TRUE                                           FALSE




     General Military Training-Operational Risk           1-1-41
               Management (ORM)
       True is Correct!


• Your answer is correct!

• A hazard is a condition or behavior with the potential
  to cause personal injury or death, property damage, or
  mission degradation.




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                       Management (ORM)
      False is Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again.




                                    BACK
               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-43
                         Management (ORM)
       Assess Risks




General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-44
          Management (ORM)
                    Introduction

• The second step in the ORM
  process is to Assess Risks




             General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-45
                       Management (ORM)
                    Definitions
• Risk – An expression of possible loss due to a
  hazard in terms of severity and probability.
• Severity – Determines how bad the results would
  be if the hazard caused a mishap. Qualitatively
  categorized from 1 to 4 with 1 being the most
  severe.
• Probability – Determines how likely the hazard
  could cause a mishap. Qualitatively categorized
  from A to D with A being the most probable.
            General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-46
                      Management (ORM)
                               Severity
• Cat I
   – death, loss of facility/asset or result in grave damage to national interests
• Cat II
   – severe injury, illness, property damage, damage to national or service
     interests or degradation
• Cat III
   – minor injury, illness, property damage, damage to national or service
     interests or degradation
• Cat IV
   – minimal threat to personnel safety or health, property, national, service
     or command interests use of assets


                   General Military Training-Operational Risk            1-1-47
                             Management (ORM)
                       Probability
• Subcategory A
  – a mishap immediately or within a short period of time
• Subcategory B
  – will cause a mishap in time
• Subcategory C
  – may cause a mishap in time
• Subcategory D
  – unlikely to cause a mishap

               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-48
                         Management (ORM)
   Risk Assessment Code Matrix
The Risk Assessment Code (RAC) Matrix is used to
determine the RAC for a hazard. You must cross probability
and severity to obtain this code.




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                        Management (ORM)
            RAC Codes Applied
• Reduced visibility at night            • Weather
  Severity=1, Probability=C,               Severity=II, Probability=C,
  RAC=2                                    RAC=3
• Fatigue/Alcohol                        • Excessive speed
  Severity=1, Probability=B,               Severity=I, Probability=C,
  RAC=1                                    RAC=2
• Road construction and delays           • Driver distractions
  Severity=IV, Probability=C,              Severity=II, Probability=C,
  RAC=5                                    RAC=3
• Vehicle breakdown                      • Other drivers
  Severity=II, Probability=C,              Severity=II, Probability=C,
  RAC=3                                    RAC=3
               General Military Training-Operational Risk          1-1-50
                         Management (ORM)
Select the correct definition for the term
below.

            Unlikely loss due to a hazard



            Expressed in terms of severity and
            probability


            Determines how bad the results would
            be if the hazard caused a mishap

      General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-51
                Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer “Expressed in terms of severity and
  probability” is the correct definition of risk!




                                                         NEXT
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                      Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again!




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               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-53
                         Management (ORM)
Select the correct definition for the term
below.
            Determines how bad the results would
            be if the hazard caused a mishap


            Qualitatively categorized from
            A to D


            Determines how bad the results would
            be if the hazard caused a mishap

      General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-54
                Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer “Determines how bad the results would
  be if the hazard caused a mishap” is the correct
  definition of severity!




                                                         NEXT
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                      Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again!




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               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-56
                         Management (ORM)
Select the correct definition for the term
below.

            Qualitatively categorized from 1 to 4



            Possible loss due to hazard



            Determines the likelihood of the
            hazard causing a mishap

      General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-57
                Management (ORM)
       Correct!


• Your answer “Determines the likelihood of the
  hazard causing a mishap” is the correct definition of
  probability!




                                                          NEXT
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                       Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again!




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               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-59
                         Management (ORM)
Determine the correct RAC for the
following explanations.

Negligible Risk                                    RAC 5

Serious Risk                                       RAC 2

Minor Risk                                         RAC 4


Critical Risk                                      RAC 1


Moderate Risk                                      RAC 3
      General Military Training-Operational Risk           1-1-60
                Management (ORM)
A Risk Assessment Code (RAC) Matrix
is comprised of Severity and
Probability categories cross-referenced
to provide risk codes ranging from 1 to
4.

   TRUE                                           FALSE




     General Military Training-Operational Risk           1-1-61
               Management (ORM)
       True is Correct!


• Your answer is correct!
• A Risk Assessment Code (RAC) Matrix is comprised
  of Severity and Probability categories cross-
  referenced to provide risk codes ranging from one to
  four.




                                                          NEXT
             General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-62
                       Management (ORM)
      False is Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again!




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               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-63
                         Management (ORM)
Make Risk Decisions/Implement
          Controls



      General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-64
                Management (ORM)
                   Introduction


• The third and fourth steps in the
  ORM process are Make Risk
  Decisions and Implement Controls




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                      Management (ORM)
                  Risk Decisions
• Everyone must work together to
  lower risks as low as reasonably
  achievable through implementation
  of controls
• After implementation of controls,
  the risk levels (RACs) should be
  re-assessed for each hazard
• If the benefits do not outweigh the
  costs, do NOT proceed with the
  evolution or activity
               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-66
                         Management (ORM)
  Risk Decision-Making Levels
• Hazards with a RAC of:
  – 5: anyone participating in the event
  – 4: the cognizant Supervisor
  – 3: the cognizant Division Officer
  – 2: the Department Head or XO
  – 1: the Commanding Officer or higher

           General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-67
                     Management (ORM)
                      Controls
• Engineering Controls
• Administrative Controls
• Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)




          General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-68
                    Management (ORM)
Johnny Asphalt’s Controls
      Hazards                       Controls                 RAC
  Causes of Mishap
Reduced visibility at       Limit nighttime driving.          4
night                       Maintain slower speeds.
Fatigue/alcohol             Limit driving, get a              4
                            motel, let friend drive
Road construction/delays    Determine alternate               5
                            routes.
Vehicle breakdown           Use vehicle checklist,            4
                            rent or borrow newer car,
                            take cash for emergencies
Weather                     Check vehicle safety, pull        3
                            over during bad weather,
                            wear sunglasses
Excessive speed             Wear seatbelts, stay              4
                            within speed limits
Driver distractions         Limit distractions (cell          4
                            phone use, loud radio,etc)
Other drivers               Stay alert to other               3
                            driver’s actions.
                General Military Training-Operational Risk         1-1-69
                          Management (ORM)
    Determine the correct decision-maker
    for the appropriate RAC Level




                          LEVEL 1
LEVEL 5                                                LEVEL 4




           LEVEL 3                         LEVEL 2
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                    Management (ORM)
     Which of the following statements are
     true about making risk decisions and
     implementing controls ?
If, after implementing controls, the RAC is still a 1, 2, or 3,
supervisors should seek guidance from upper management.

Everyone must work together to lower risks as low as
reasonably achievable through implementation of controls.

Three types of controls are: engineering, self, and personal
protective equipment.

If the benefits do NOT outweigh the costs, the determination
of whether to proceed is left up to you.

Controls are devices, procedures, or methodologies that lessen
the risks associated with a hazard.
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                        Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer “If, after implementing controls, the
  RAC is still a 1, 2, or 3, supervisors should seek
  guidance from upper management” is correct!




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                       Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer “Everyone must work together to
  lower risks as low as reasonably achievable
  through implementation of controls” is correct!




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             General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-73
                       Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer “Controls are devices, procedures, or
  methodologies that lessen the risks associated with
  a hazard” is correct!




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                       Management (ORM)
      Incorrect!


• Your answer is not correct!
• Try again.




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               General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-75
                         Management (ORM)
      Determine where each of the following
      controls actions should take place.

ENGINEERING          ADMINISTRATIVE                        PPE


Color-coded jerseys                           Training
Safety interlocks                             Designated driver
Posted warnings                               Hard hats
Hearing protection                            Shielding
Machine guards                                Inspections
Less hazardous materials                      Steel-toed boots

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                      Management (ORM)
      Engineering


• Safety interlocks
• Machine guards
• Less hazardous materials
• Shielding




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                        Management (ORM)
      Administrative


• Posted warnings
• Training
• Designated driver
• Inspections




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                       Management (ORM)
      Personal Protective Equipment


• Color-coded jerseys
• Hearing protection
• Hard hats
• Steel-toed boots




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                        Management (ORM)
        Supervision




General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-80
          Management (ORM)
                    Introduction

• Supervision is a key step in the
  ORM process
• The better you plan ahead and
  anticipate the unlikely, the better
  you will be able to adapt to the
  changes and ensure the mission
  is completed without a mishap

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                       Management (ORM)
       Aspects of Supervision

• Before the evolution or activity
• During the evolution or activity
• After the evolution or activity




           General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-82
                     Management (ORM)
             Responsibilities


• Supervisor Responsibilities
• Worker Responsibilities




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                      Management (ORM)
          Supervision Application
• Johnny Asphalt should take a friend or family
  member with him on his trip to:
   – Help navigate using a map
   – Help him stay alert
   – Be an extra set of eyes for unexpected hazards




                General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-84
                          Management (ORM)
      Determine when each of the following
      supervisory actions should take place.

BEFORE                        DURING                        AFTER


Monitor effectiveness of controls
Reassess as needed
Present a safety brief
Modify/acquire additional controls
Correct step/events that were required to be done differently
Review and document lessons learned
Watch for changes in the environment
Pre-check status of controls
Provide additional training to identified personnel
Perform a dry run
               General Military Training-Operational Risk      1-1-85
                         Management (ORM)
       Before


• Present a safety brief
• Pre-check status of controls
• Perform a dry run




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                       Management (ORM)
      During


• Monitor effectiveness of controls
• Reassess as needed
• Watch for changes in the environment




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                       Management (ORM)
       After


• Modify/acquire additional controls
• Correct step/events that were required to be done
  differently
• Review and document lessons learned
• Provide additional training to identified personnel



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                          Management (ORM)
     Which of the following statements are
     true about supervision?

Supervisors should stay out of the work directly.

Workers should alert supervisors when unexpected hazards
appear.
Supervisors should stop the action if a significant change to the
plan occurs.
Supervisors should watch the whole event and ensure
procedures are followed as briefed.

Workers should follow procedures.
              General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-89
                        Management (ORM)
      Correct!


• Your answer is correct!




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             General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-90
                       Management (ORM)
       Correct!!


• That’s right, all 5 statements are correct!




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              General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-91
                        Management (ORM)
Driving Safety Summary




   General Military Training-Operational Risk   1-1-92
             Management (ORM)
                        Review
• Identify the steps of the ORM process and
  apply them to driving situations
• Using ORM in all your activities on the job
  or off duty reduces your risk of a mishap
• Mishaps cost not only the loss of property
  but also the lives of shipmates, friends, and
  loved ones

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                     Management (ORM)
                Scenario Review
As for Johnny Asphalt, he reduced his risk levels significantly
by making simple changes to his plan. He had his car
inspected and ended up replacing worn brakes and a leaking
power steering hose. He also invited a friend to come along
to share the driving time. His friend had some relatives in
South Carolina where they were able to stay the night and
then get up early, well rested for the rest of the trip. They still
got to Daytona in plenty of time on Friday to enjoy the
festivities through the weekend, and it was a lot more fun
having a friend along.
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                          Management (ORM)
     Scenario Review Continued
His trip down went so well that
he did more risk management of
his recreational activities while
in Daytona. As for the return
trip, they stopped drinking at
1800 Sunday evening in order
to be sober for driving back
early the next morning. They
made it back late Monday night
safe and sound after taking
several breaks along the way,
including an early dinner at his
friend’s relative’s house in
South Carolina.
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                          Management (ORM)
          Additional Resources
• OPNAVINST 3500.39 Series – Operational Risk
  Management (ORM)
• OPNAVINST 5100.12 Series – Navy Traffic Safety
  Program
• Navy E-Learning at Navy Knowledge Online
  (http://wwwa.nko.mil)
• Total Risk Assessment and Control System (TRACS)
  at https://www2.cnap.navy.mil/Default.asp

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                       Management (ORM)
   General Military Training inquiries or suggestions -
                  Email: gmt.distribution@navy.mil


GMT information and downloadable curriculum material -
    Log on Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) website
                             www.nko.navy.mil
    Click on the PersDev tab, top of the NKO home page.
    Click on the GMT icon, top of the Personal Development home page.

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                          Management (ORM)
General Military Training Media
                                                               Opportunity to test-out ( at the command’s discretion )
Navy E-Learning: Web-based / NKO / Outstart Evolution
                                                               TEST may be attempted prior to beginning the topic lesson.
Command Scheduled: Group / Facilitated / Local
CD-ROM: Computer-based / Command distributed                                                      INPUT
                                                                                                                             Electronic
                                                                                                 Learning
                                                                                                                             Training
                                                 YES                                            Management
                                                                                                                              Jacket
                                                                                                  System

                    NAVY E-Learning                TEST        YES            PRINT
                                                  RESULT
                                                                             Certificate
                                                   80%

                                                                                                         Certificate of Completion
                                                                                                         NEL version
                                                       NO




                                                                                                                            RECORDED
                                                                                               PROOF
                              COMMAND             ATTEND             Attendance                                              Locally by
                GMT                                                                        of Completion to
                                              Formal Command                                                              Training Officer /
              OPTIONS         Scheduled                              Sheet                    Command
                                                  Training                                                                GMT Coordinator




                                                 NO                                                      Certificate of Completion
                                                                                                         CD-ROM version

                     CD-ROM                        TEST        YES            PRINT
                                                  RESULT
                                                                             Certificate
                                                   80%


                                      General Military Training-Operational Risk                                        1-1-98
                                                Management (ORM)

								
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