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Title: POV Safety


1
POV Safety
MISSION FIRSTPEOPLE ALWAYSONE TEAM
2
AGENDA
  • POV / Motorcycle Safety Quiz
  • POV Accident Statistics
  • Standards
  • Six Point POV Safety Program
  • Washington State Traffic Laws
  • Vehicle Inspections
  • Questions

3
Army FY 02 POV Accident Stats
  • 1 Killer of Soldiers in FY02
  • 110 POV fatalities in FY02
  • 13 gt FY01
  • 2/3 of all fatal accidents (on- and off-duty)
  • 25 of POV fatals are motorcyclists
  • 24 were speeding
  • 14 were distracted/not paying attention
  • 14 were Alcohol/Drug related
  • 11 failed to wear PPE

4
FY 03 Glide Path
5
FY 03 Glide Path
6
FY 03 Glide Path
7
Standards
  • WA State Traffic Laws
  • FL Reg 190-5 (Installation Traffic Code)
  • AR 385-55 (Prevention of Motor Vehicle Accidents)
  • FL Reg 385-7 (Command Review of Soldier Deaths
    and Serious Injuries)
  • CSA Six Point POV Safety Program

8
CSA Six Point Program
  • Command Emphasis
  • Discipline
  • Risk Management
  • Standards
  • Provide Alternatives
  • Commanders Assessment

9
Command Emphasis
  • Leadership
  • Emphasis
  • Presence
  • Knowledge
  • Influence

10
Discipline
  • Identify
  • Counsel
  • Modify

11
Risk Management
  • ID Hazards
  • Assess Hazards
  • Make Decisions
  • Implement Controls
  • Supervise Execution
  • POV Tool Box

12
Standards
  • High and Unmistakable Standards
  • Enforce
  • Follow
  • Educate
  • Inspect

13
Provide Alternatives
  • On Post Activities
  • Look for Transportation Alternatives
  • Keep On Post Facilities Open Later

14
Commanders Assessment
  • Assess
  • Determine what happened
  • Why it happened
  • How to prevent it
  • Implement Corrective and Preventive Measures
  • Publicize Lessons Learned

15
Ultimate Goal
  • Prevent needless loss of life
  • Prevent loss of resources

16
Preventing POV Accidents
  • Mandatory Training
  • Briefings
  • Inspection
  • Correction of Offenses
  • Use of Six Point Program
  • NCO Business with Leader Support

17
Victim Profile
  • Single male soldier
  • E4 and below
  • 26 years of age or younger
  • Why these soldiers are typical victims

18
Where Accidents Occur
  • Within 25 miles of where we live and work

19
Primary Causes Of POV Accidents
  • Fatigue
  • Speed
  • Alcohol ?
  • Inexperience

20
Primary Cause Of POV Fatalities
  • NO
  • SEATBELT

21
How to Avoid an Accident
  • Aim high in steering
  • Get the big picture
  • Keep your eyes moving
  • Leave yourself an out
  • Make sure they see you

22
Motorcycle Registration
  • Valid motorcycle license
  • Army approved motorcycle course

23
Motorcycle Course
  • Form 1556, or
  • Self Pay

24
PPE For Motorcycles
  • Properly fastened Helmet, DOT approved
  • Eye protection (Clear goggles/Face shield)
  • Protective clothing (LS shirt, pants, gloves)
  • High visibility garments
  • Footwear (over the ankle shoes)

25
Other Motorcycle Requirements
  • Must have two rearview mirrors
  • Headlights must be on at all times
  • Use of headphones or earphones while operating a
    motorcycle or moped is prohibited

26
Washington State Traffic Laws
  • DUI
  • Seatbelts
  • Car Seats
  • Booster Seats
  • Front v. Rear Seat

27
DUI
  • Limit .08
  • New Police Powers
  • Tougher Sentences
  • Cost and Consenquences

28
Seatbelts
  • MANDATORY

29
Car Seats
  • Rear-Facing Infant Seats Age 1 or 20 lbs
  • Forward-Facing Child Car Seats Age 4 or 40 lbs

30
Booster Seats
  • Children age four (or 40 lbs) up to age six
  • (or 60 lbs) are required to be in a Booster Seat

31
Front v. Rear seat
  • Children under age six are required to ride in
    the back seat if the vehicle is equipped with a
    passenger side air bag

32
QUESTIONS?
MISSION FIRSTPEOPLE ALWAYSONE TEAM
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