NESB Brief Feb07

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Navy Executive Safety Board (NESB) Flag Panel Meeting: 

Navy Executive Safety Board (NESB) Flag Panel Meeting 28 February 2007

Agenda: 

Agenda WELCOME - VCNO/COMNAVSAFECEN INFORMATION BRIEF: NAVY MISHAP STATS & TRENDS Briefer: CDR Hobbs (NAVSAFECEN) INFORMATION BRIEFS: OSC UPDATE/ORM UPDATE Briefers: RADM Starling (OSC)/CAPT Neubauer (NAVSAFECEN) NESB DISCUSSION INFO/DECISION BRIEF: OVERVIEW OF PMV SUMMIT/LIBERTY RISK INITIATIVES Briefers: CAPT Glenn (NAVSAFECEN)/RADM MacDonald (OJAG) NESB DISCUSSION NEW BUSINESS NESB DISCUSSION CLOSING - VCNO

Navy FY07 mishap statistics & trends: 

Navy FY07 mishap statistics & trends

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PMV FATALITIES Number Rate/100K Persons per Year

PMV 3-MONTH ROLLING AVERAGE: 

PMV 3-MONTH ROLLING AVERAGE FY07 FY06

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CLASS A FLIGHT MISHAPS Number Rate/100K Flt Hrs

NAVY CLASS A FLT MISHAP 3-MONTH ROLLING AVERAGE: 

NAVY CLASS A FLT MISHAP 3-MONTH ROLLING AVERAGE FY06 FY07

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CLASS A AFLOAT MISHAPS Number Rate/100 Ships per Year

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PHYSICAL TRAINING FATALITIES Number Rate/100K Persons per Year

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TOTAL CLASS A OPER MISHAPS Number Rate/100K Persons per Year

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OFF-DUTY/REC FATALITIES Number Rate/100K Persons per Year

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CIVILIAN LOST WORK DAY Number Lost Days/100 Persons per Year

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Questions?

Operations Safety Committee update : 

Operations Safety Committee update

OSC Working Group Actions: 

OSC Working Group Actions Training WG Actions Complete Training WG Way Ahead Acquisition SSAB Action Complete Acquisition SSAB Way Ahead On-Line NKO ORM course review Initiated Naval Tech Training Review on Enterprise Safety Officer Courses Review of ‘blended’ ORM training Defense Safety Oversight Council – funded $470K for ergonomics and noise life cycle cost/benefit and control projects (most common DOD/Navy health hazs) First ever forum for System Safety info exchange between SYSCOMs, Fleet and ASNs Condense 6 courses to 3 Standardize Safety Officer training across Enterprises Sync online and formal ORM training to create synergy Ensure system safety process is applied to new systems, bridging Ops Safety to system design, ensuring key safety and health hazards are considered Barrier removal team to clarify policy - ASN (RD&A)

OSC Working Group Actions: 

OSC Working Group Actions Enterprise WG Actions Complete Enterprise WG Way Ahead ORM WG Actions Complete ORM Way Ahead Evaluated Safety Compliance Tracker (SURFOR/SUBFOR) Completed aviation and afloat safety survey process review Completed Fleet ORM assessment process input/feedback Introduced Time Critical ORM concepts and process to the Fleet; added FY07 A&I Courses Developed/implemented ORM assessment process Updated Fleet Risk Mgmt Policy Sub/Surface to implement variation of Aviation Safety Compliance Tracker Use process review results to improve aviation and afloat safety survey process/product Adjust Time Critical Training based on customer feedback Collect and analyze Unit ORM Assessment results Integrate Time Critical concept into Navy training

ORM Progress Update: 

ORM Progress Update

Overview: 

Overview Current Status and Way Ahead On: Time Critical ORM Infusion ORM Assessment ORM Model

Time Critical ORM: 

Time Critical ORM Goal: Train Navy personnel to the personal skills and process to manage change and risk in task execution Status: Introduced Time Critical ORM fundamentals to 3500+ Sailors in Hampton Roads and San Diego in January Feedback positive but needed modifications identified Refining presentation methods Moving toward integrating TC ORM into recruit training Met with NSTC and RTC 21 and 22 Feb in Great Lakes Planning a trial in late March/early April Full integration possible upon trial completion and method refinement

Time Critical ORM: 

Time Critical ORM Next Steps: Integrate Time Critical ORM Concepts into Navy Instructor Training Course (In work with CNL) Integrate Time Critical ORM Concepts into NKO ORM Courses (Not started – funding) NSC exploring computer based learning with Defense Logistics (DLA) Need more interactive site to make ORM stick Trial-Run of ORM Learning Continuum with USS Wasp CO interested in expanding ship ORM Training after seeing Time Critical presentation Plan to work with Wasp to expand knowledge base at all levels of leadership (Learning Continuum)

ORM Assessment: 

ORM Assessment Goal: Integrate an ORM Assessment process into current Navy assessments to increase practical knowledge and ORM deliberate and time critical application Status: ORM Assessment Tool, version 2 complete ORM Assessments Underway Partnering first with TACTRAGRULANT, SFTGLANT, ATGLANT and SUBLANT TRE Trials run with ENT SG Staff at TTGL FST, USS Nassau, USS Kearsarge, and SSBN NSC working with assessment commands as ORM lead

ORM Assessment: 

ORM Assessment Next Steps: Continue trials underway with ENT, Nassau, Kearsarge, and SUBLANT Start planning for aviation look at NSAWC (air wing det or SFARP) in summer 07 Refine process for debrief, feedback and best practice dissemination

ORM Model: 

ORM Model Goal: Provide all Navy Units with a guide to ORM concepts, tools, and references for the purpose of building toward ideal ORM application at the unit and personal level Status: ORM Model version 3 posted to NSC web site Model includes leadership guide, self-assessment tools, organization structure, etc. Modifying with feedback from fleet visits and assessments

ORM Model: 

ORM Model Next Steps: Continue model improvement Improve interactive qualities of web site Educate ORM commands on the model, their roles and responsibilities

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Questions?

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NESB Discussion

Sailor Risk Reduction Initiatives Update : 

Sailor Risk Reduction Initiatives Update

DON PMV Summit – 22 Jan: 

DON PMV Summit – 22 Jan ACMC & VCNO briefed on PMV initiatives and recommendations in support of DON PMV mishap reduction efforts Navy IG report USMC IG report COMNAVSAFECEN proposed 10 PMV initiatives Intervention Enforcement Accountability PMV & Motorcycle Driver Training

VCNO CNSC Meeting – 5 Feb: 

VCNO CNSC Meeting – 5 Feb CNSC presented VCNO with additional information on four Traffic Safety initiatives for consideration and approval Cell Phone Limitations (On & Off Base) No hands on cell phone use on or off base DUI / DWI NJP Guidance Issue DON wide guidance allowing Commanders to pursue NJP/CM for DUI/DWI cases prior to civilian adjudication Self reporting of traffic convictions Modify policy to require active duty Naval personnel to self-report on & off base traffic convictions to their chain of command Travel Limitation Staff changes to motor vehicle directive that will address travel time limitations

Cell Phone Policy: 

Cell Phone Policy Approved Changes to OPNAVINST 5100.12 Change to read: “All vehicle operators on Naval Installations and operators of government-owned / - leased vehicles on & off Naval installations are prohibited from using hand-held cell phones during vehicle operation. Active-Duty personnel are further prohibited from using hand-held cell phones while driving off-base in their PMVs.”

DUI/DWI Guidance: 

DUI/DWI Guidance Approved drafting proposed ALNAV Action Item/Elements: (Pending) COMNAVSAFECEN Draft NAVADMIN “Commanders, Commanding Officers and Officers In Charge, are authorized to pursue NFP or Court-martial for DUI/DWI cases prior to civilian adjudication of such cases when they have deemed such action is appropriate to maintain good order and discipline of their commands”

Self Reporting Traffic Convictions: 

Self Reporting Traffic Convictions Approved Change OPNAVINST 11200.5 Change to read: “Require active duty Navy personnel to self-report on & off base traffic convictions to their chain of command ”

Travel Limitations: 

Travel Limitations Approved Changes to OPNAVINST 5100.12 Change to read: “ It is recommended that continuous PMV travel not exceed 8 hours in a 24 hour period.” “ In no case will PMV travel be sanctioned for leave or other purposes that would require a service member to drive more than 10 hours in a 24 hour period en route to his/her destination without having adequate rest prior to beginning the journey.” “Total driving time for multiple drivers in one vehicle shall not exceed 16 hours in a 24 hour period”

Remaining Initiatives: 

Remaining Initiatives CO Adjudication of all moving traffic violations TRiPS (Travel Risk Planning System) Driver History Profiles PMV & Motorcycle Driver Training

CO Adjudication of Traffic Violations: 

CO Adjudication of Traffic Violations Current adjudication of traffic violations across DON, does not allow for visibility and accountability by chain of command OPNAVINST 11200.5D - Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision (Joint Instruction) Elements: Draft change policy to forward all on-base moving traffic violations to command for adjudication Action Proponents: OSSC Traffic & RODS Working Group OJAG Way ahead: Recommend change transmittal to OPNAVINST 11200.5D

Travel Risk Planning System (TRiPS): 

Travel Risk Planning System (TRiPS) ASMIS I started with U.S. Army in DEC 2003 DON came onboard AUG 2006 with ASMIS II/TRiPS Holiday use data 2006 (Thanksgiving/Christmas) DON Registered users - 5,831 Assessments completed - 2,263 Current use data as of 22 FEB 2007 DON Registered users – 29,337 Assessments completed – 15,929 NSC Recommendations for use Commanding Officers should strongly encourage service members to use TRiPS prior to leave/liberty period or TAD travel Way ahead: Incorporate TRiPS login through NKO (secure link) to allow 760,000+ registered NKO users immediate access

DMV Driver History Profile: 

DMV Driver History Profile Currently no uniform method for Commanders to obtain DMV records Action Item/Elements: Establish a procedure by which commanders can access driver history abstracts to identify high risk drivers Navy participation in USMC/DSOC initiative DSOC funding requested COMNAVSAFECEN – Lead Way Ahead: Beta-Test driver history profile Marine Corps Tentative Test Beds – Camp Lejeune, MCAS Miramar Navy Tentative Test Beds - NAS Jacksonville & NAVBASE San Diego Debrief outcome of Beta Test to respective ESBs Completion date pending DSOC funding approval

PMV Driver Training: 

PMV Driver Training Currently there is no driver training continuum in place Action Item/Elements: Incorporate PHASED – Driver Improvement Training on a regular basis Phase I – 4hrs Boot Camp, “A” School / Permanent Duty Station Phase II – 1-2 hrs Local traffic orientation course, at Unit / Installation Level Phase III – 2 hrs Annual refresher training all hands – PME (MC) & GMT (Navy) Identify Lead & Supporting Responsibilities: NETC – Lead CNIC – Supporting COMNAVSAFECEN – Supporting OSSC Traffic Working Group – Supporting DSOC PMV TF – Supporting Way Ahead Staff changes to: OPNAVINST 5100.12 DoD 6055.4

Enhanced Motorcycle Training: 

Enhanced Motorcycle Training Currently MSF motorcycle course is the only DoD approved training curriculum Action Item/Elements: Explore other enhanced motorcycle training options Michigan State Univ. (Classroom & Range Skills Test 32hrs.) Contractor provides, MSF- Basic Rider Course with ORM objectives incorporated in the training (BMT D&P) Beta-Test Michigan State Univ. Program Marine Corps – (Cherry Pt & Camp Pendleton) Identify Lead & Supporting Responsibilities: CMC-SD – Lead MCI – Supporting COMNAVSAFECEN – Supporting Way Ahead USMC evaluate the effectiveness of the Michigan State Program against other available training Debrief outcome of Beta-Test to respective ESBs

Hampton Roads DUI Statistics: 

Hampton Roads DUI Statistics Average of 60 DUI/DWI arrests per month for selected months in FY 05 Average of 34 DUI/DWI arrests per month for same months in FY 06 Reduction of 43% in DUI/DWI in FY 06 over FY 05 in Hampton Roads * Data obtained using Hampton Area Shore Patrol Report (HASP) FFC DUI Policy MSG Released March 2006

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OJAG Brief - placeholder

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NESB Discussion

New business: 

New business

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NESB Discussion

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Closing Comments

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