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Published on November 8, 2007

Author: Nevada

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Slide1:  CRM Understanding the Cody Model Slide2:  Accident fatalities within the Army have increased since 1994. Because of this fact, the Secretary of Defense in 2002 issued a challenge to reduce the number of mishaps and accident rates by 50% during the following two years. We didn’t come close. Slide3:  “Small unit leaders and first-line leaders simply lack the experience necessary to match the mission risk with the identification and implementation of the right control measures.” Slide4:  Accident Fatalities are not normally the result of an inability to identify hazards. Slide5:  There is an inherent risk in combat and realistic training and our leaders generally identified the appropriate hazards. Slide6:  However, our leaders often do not do well identifying and implementing the right control measures to mitigate the risk of those hazards. Slide7:  The Cody Model There are two basic factors that we must Bridge in order to fully implement CRM Three Deep:  Three Deep For Every mission, on or off duty, there needs to be three levels of leader involvement. Slide9:  Using their knowledge of the individual Soldier and guidance from higher levels, the first-line leader interacts face-to-face with each subordinate. Three Deep Three Deep:  Three Deep The second-line leader supervises and spot checks, providing an independent set of eyes and the higher level of experience. Three Deep:  Three Deep The top-line leader uses their wealth of experience to provide guidance and supervises the risk-mitigation process to ensure the right control measures have been highlighted and implemented. Three Deep:  Three Deep The process of Dialogue between leader levels gives less-experienced leaders knowledge in place of experience to protect soldiers and move towards a Composite Risk Management Band of Excellence. Slide13:  The Cody Model There are two basic factors that we must Bridge in order to fully implement CRM Composite Risk Management Band Of Excellence Slide14:  Leader Tools ASMIS Web-based risk assessment tool for POV, Ground, and Aviation Operations Comprehensive web database provides user with accident cases related to specific operations Assists in safety planning through information sharing, and lessons learned Available at https://crc.army.mil RMIS (Risk Management Information System) Component of ASMIS, used to search for accident reports to assist in risk management Can search for accident data by MOS, MACOM unit, location, accident classification, and equipment Provides a junior leader with a wealth of applicable knowledge when planning missions; facilitating safe execution Available at https://crc.army.mil Slide15:  Leader Tools ARAP Web-based unit self assessment tool for battalion commanders Provides the BC with a snapshot of where his units stands in regards to his CRM climate Gives unit member a chance to influence their units safety atmosphere Available at https://crc.army.mil Commander’s Corner Located on the main webpage of the CRC, it contains many useful tools for commanders and senior NCOs at all levels Available at https://crc.army.mil Commander’s Safety Course Web-based training available from the CRC’s Combat Readiness University Required for all company grade officers prior to command, available to all Available at https://crc.army.mil Slide16:  The 1st Armored Division Safety Office This training package was designed to support the Commanders and leaders training of composite risk management in the 1st Armored Division and supporting elements. Suggested improvements. The proponent for this training package is the Director, 1AD Safety Office. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements to Cdr, HQ 1AD, ATTN: AETV-THZ-DS, APO AE 09096 Phone DSN 314-337-4835

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