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850-001-2000 (SL2) - Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Management Process

Standards: Made an oral or written report that correctly identified the hazards associated with the mission or task, the level of risk for each identified hazard, and the initial overall level of risk.

Conditions: You are a small unit leader, given a mission or task, in a garrison or tactical environment.

Standards: Made an oral or written report that correctly identified the hazards associated with the mission or task, the level of risk for each identified hazard, and the initial overall level of risk.

Performance Steps

1.   Identify the hazards.

a. List the hazards associated with the mission or task.

b. Determine what hazards need to be risk-managed.

2.   Assess the hazards to determine their impact on the mission or task.

a. Determine the level of risk for each hazard.

b. Determine the initial overall level of risk for the mission or task.

Evaluation Preparation:

Setup: To evaluate this task you need an assigned mission or task, which may be an operation order (OPORD), fragmentary order (FRAGO), warning order, patrol order, training task, and so forth.

Brief Soldier: Tell the soldier to do a risk assessment for the assigned mission or task.

Performance Measures

GO

NO GO

1.   Identified all the hazards associated with the mission or task (a minimum of one, depending on the mission or task).

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2.   Determined the level of risk (E, H, M, L) for each hazard.

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3.   Determined the initial overall level of risk for the mission or task.

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Evaluation Guidance: Score the soldier GO if all performance measures are passed. Score the soldier NO GO if any performance measure is failed. If the soldier fails any performance measure, show what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.

References

 

Required

Related

 

FM 100-14

 

 

FM 101-5