Winter Safety Presentation - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Winter Safety Presentation PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 570a94-YWE2Z



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Winter Safety Presentation

Description:

Drunk driving is usually ... How did the drunken Sailor ... Proper housekeeping in work and walking areas can contribute to safety and the prevention of ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:105
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 23
Provided by: apr63
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Winter Safety Presentation


1
(No Transcript)
2
Agenda
  • Fatalities Last Winter
  • Holiday Driving
  • Alcohol Awareness
  • Slips, Trips and Falls
  • Seasonal Sports
  • Headwork

3
USN-USMC Winter Fatalities
12/1/2011 - 2/28/2012
Campaign Week
2011-12
2010-11
No PPE
Alcohol
Vehicle
Motorcycle
Rec/Off-Duty
Ped
MC
ROD
PMV
PED
Updated 29 April 2013
4
Winter 2012-2013 Fatality Categories
  • 2 motorcycle
  • 9 PMV-4 (six involved alcohol)
  • 2 recreation/off-duty (both involved alcohol)
  • 1 pedestrian
  • Total 14

5
Over the River and Through the Woods
  • Fact Heaviest holiday traffic occurs the
    Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Sunday
    after.
  • Fact Many Sailors and Marines drive long
    distances over the holidays to visit family and
    friends.

Fact Risk management prevents traffic mishaps.
6
TRiPS
  • Travel Risk Planning System
  • Web-based self-assessment
  • Offers suggestions to mitigate driving risk
  • Located at www.nko.navy.mil

Make sure your road trip is a round trip!
7
Holiday Driving The Fatal 4 Factors
  • Fatigued Driving Symptoms
  • Involuntarily closing your eyes
  • Yawning
  • Car drifting in lane
  • Hard time paying attention
  • Slow reaction times

8
Holiday Driving The Fatal 4 Factors
  • Speed
  • A contributing factor in 31 of all fatal crashes
  • Cost of speed-related crashes is 40 billion per
    year
  • Nearly 12,000 lives lost due to speed
  • 88 of speed-related fatalities occur on
    non-interstate highways.

Statistics courtesy of the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration
9
Holiday Driving The Fatal 4 Factors
  • Seatbelts
  • Seatbelt use for FY 2012 was 86
  • 11,949 lives saved by seatbelts in 2011
  • No seatbelts used in 52 of fatal crashes in 2011
  • 77 of people ejected from their vehicles were
    killed.

Statistics courtesy of the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration
10
Holiday Driving The Fatal 4 Factors
  • Alcohol
  • In 2010, more than 10,000 people killed in
    alcohol-related crashes
  • 1 alcohol-related crash every 51 minutes
  • Drunk driving crashes cost 37 billion annually
  • Drunk driving is usually a symptom of a larger
    problem alcohol misuse and abuse

Statistics courtesy of the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration
11
Holiday Driving Discussion Questions
  • Why do so many people try to drive long distances
    without taking breaks?
  • How does fatigue affect your driving skills?
  • What are some ways to stay alert while driving?
    (Hint Coffee wont cut it.)

12
Alcohol Awareness
  • Drinking Facts
  • Absorption of alcohol depends on
  • Your size, weight, body fat and sex
  • Amount of alcohol consumed
  • Amount of food in your stomach
  • Use of medications
  • 60 of STDs are transmitted by drunk partners
  • In 67 of unplanned pregnancies, at least one
    partner was drunk.

Information courtesy of www.thatguy.com
13
Alcohol Awareness
  • Does this beer make my butt look big?

Beverage Calories per 1 Fluid Oz Example Serving Total Calories
Beer (regular) 12 12 oz. 144
Beer (light) 9 12 oz. 108
White wine 20 5 oz. 100
Red Wine 21 5 oz. 105
80 proof distilled spirits 64 1.5 oz. 96
14
Alcohol Discussion Questions
  • How did the drunken Sailor stereotype get
    started and what can we do to kill it?
  • What would you do if a shipmate had a drinking
    problem?
  • What help is available if alcohol is interfering
    with your work or family life?

15
This Guy Has a Problem
Dont be That Guy. Remember your core values.
16
Slips, Trips and Falls
  • 200,000 injuries from falls per year
  • 21,600 Americans died from falls in 2007
  • Causes most lost work days for military and DON
    civilians

Numbers courtesy of the Bureau of Labor
Statistics
17
Discussion Questions
  • Think of the last time you tripped. What could
    you have done to prevent it?
  • What are some common trip hazards around your
    command or home, and what can you do to mitigate
    the risk?

18
Winter Sports
  • Dont exceed your limits.
  • Get trained.
  • Use proper PPE and equipment.

19
Top Rec/Off-Duty Mishap Activities
  • Basketball 105
  • Snowboarding 85
  • Football 46
  • Snow Skiing 43
  • Motorcycle 41
  • Jogging/Running 36
  • Skateboarding 30
  • Bicycling 30
  • There were 1,129 reported mishaps
  • 146 mishaps involved people who tripped while
    walking (not during any particular activity)

20
Headwork
So many times you ask yourself, What were they
thinking? and then you realize they werent.
21
Headwork Discussion Questions
  • No one goes out looking for a mishap, but people
    still cause mishaps. What goes wrong?
  • Are you more likely to do something stupid if
    youre with your friends or alone?

22
Have a safe and happy holiday season!
For more information on seasonal risk management,
visit public.navy.mil/navsafecen
About PowerShow.com