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OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT

WORKSHEET
Unit: D Co, 3d LAR

Prepared by: 2nd Lt Smith

Date/Time of Departure: 20140409/0900
Date/Time of Return: 20140410/2300

Event: Land Navigation Practical Application Range 102

Phase & Hazard

Phase 2-Dehydration

Cause

-Lack of proper hydration prior
to events
-Inability to access water

Phase 2-Hot weather
injuries

-Dehydration
-Excessive Temperatures

Phase 2-Personal Injury

-Falls
-Sprains
-Blisters

Initial
RAC

I/C = 2
Serious

I/C = 2
Serious

II/C = 3
Moderate

Controls, how to implement the controls,
and who will supervise the implementation
-Ensure that every Marine is hydrated prior to conduct of
exercise.
-Have all PSO’s ensure every Marine has is carrying at
least 2 liters of water sources prior to conduct of
exercise.

-NCOs enforce work/ rest/ hydration schedule.
-Corpsman will identify Marines not acclimated or who
have had previous heat injuries. Report these Marines
to OIC, coordinate safety measures, and watch
symptoms closely.
-OIC will adjust work load during temperature extremes
(over 80 degrees F)
-Conduct route recon and ensure that dangerous terrain
is avoided by marking areas with cones or e-tape
-OIC briefs Marines on danger area locations
-PCCs/PCIs to ensure PPE is worn properly

Residual
RAC

I/D=3
Moderate

I/D=3
Moderate

II/D=4
Minor

UXO.OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET Unit: D Co.Animals. monitor BEARMAT for updates. and who will supervise the implementation -Marines briefed to avoid wildlife and UXO by RSO/ OIC. how to implement the controls. Residual RAC III/D=5 Negligible . and other environmental injuries Cause -Marines coming into contact with animals and UXO. -Corpsman on hand to provide first-aid. -Rapid change in weather. Initial RAC III/B=3 Moderate Controls. -RSO/OIC validate weather data prior to departing for training areas. -UXO not properly marked/buried in sand. insects. 3d LAR Prepared by: 2nd Lt Smith Date/Time of Departure: 20140409/0900 Date/Time of Return: 20140410/2300 Event: Land Navigation Practical Application Range 102 Phase & Hazard Phase 2 .

CATASTROPHIC .Permanent partial disability.NEGLIGABLE H A Z A R D S E V E R I T Y Risk Decision Authority: Critical RSO:____________________ Sgt.MINOR 5. 3d LAR Prepared by: 2ndLt Smith Date/Time of Departure: 20140409/0900 Date/Time of Return: 20140410/2300 Event: Land Navigation Practical Application Range 102 Overall Risk Level After Controls Implemented Negligible Minor Modera Serious Hazard Severity te RAC Assessment Code Matrix I.Minor injury. major property damage II.MARGINAL .MODERATE 4. permanent disability.UNLIKELY Risk Assessment Code (RAC) 1.Death.CRITICAL 2. CO’s initials .NEGLIGABLE . major system or minor property damage III. Montes MISHAP PROBABILITY A B C D I 1 1 2 3 II 1 2 3 4 III 2 3 4 5 OIC: ____________________ 2ndLt Smith Co Cmdr: ________________ 1st Lt Johnston Gunner : _________________ Ssgt. minor system or property damage IV. Cushman Bn S-3:___________________ Maj. minor system repair Mishap Probability A.SERIOUS 3.FREQUENT B.CRITICAL .first aid. Hanson Range Safety (Bearmat) Required IV Information 3 4 5 5 Required Information Weapons Qualified Weapons Knowledgeable RSO Qualifications N/A N/A OIC Qualifications N/A N/A Bn Cmdr:_________________ LtCol Good Safety procedures for all weapon systems will be briefed prior to live-fire.OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET Unit: D Co.LIKELY C.OCCASIONAL D.