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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 PSOs 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

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 - Animals,
insects, UXO, and other
environmental injuries

Cause

-Marines coming into contact


with animals and UXO.
-UXO not properly
marked/buried in sand.
-Rapid change in weather.

Initial
RAC

III/B=3
Moderate

Controls, how to implement the controls,


and who will supervise the implementation
-Marines briefed to avoid wildlife and UXO by RSO/ OIC.
-RSO/OIC validate weather data prior to departing for
training areas, monitor BEARMAT for updates.
-Corpsman on hand to provide first-aid.

Residual
RAC

III/D=5
Negligible

OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT


WORKSHEET
Unit: D Co, 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
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RAC Assessment
Code Matrix
I- CATASTROPHIC - Death, permanent disability,
major property damage
II- CRITICAL - Permanent partial disability, major
system or minor property damage
III- MARGINAL - Minor injury, minor system or
property damage
IV- NEGLIGABLE - first aid, minor system repair

Mishap Probability
A- FREQUENT
B- LIKELY
C- OCCASIONAL
D- UNLIKELY

Risk Assessment Code (RAC)


1- CRITICAL
2- SERIOUS
3- MODERATE
4- MINOR
5- NEGLIGABLE

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Risk Decision
Authority:
Critical

RSO:____________________
Sgt. Montes

MISHAP PROBABILITY

II

III

OIC: ____________________
2ndLt Smith
Co Cmdr: ________________
1st Lt Johnston
Gunner : _________________
Ssgt. Cushman
Bn S-3:___________________
Maj. Hanson

Range Safety (Bearmat) Required


IV Information
3
4

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.

COs initials