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Drivers Training #2

Accident Avoidance Driver's Training / Causes and Report

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ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE # 2

ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE (Cont.)

INTRODUCTION:

INTRODUCTION (Cont.)

 

TRAINING

1. ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE DRIVER'S TRAINING/CAUSES AND REPORT (IAW AR 385-55, APPENDIX B-4 PAGE 10)

ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE (Continued)

ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE (Continued)

ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE (Continued)

PRIMARY CAUSE OF ACCIDENT:

Traveling at a speed too fast for conditions

Following too closely

Driving while fatigued or under influence of alcohol or drugs

Wrongfully assuming the right-of-way

Misjudging clearances on turns, in passing, and so forth

Backing without exercising caution

Cellular phone

 

PROCEDURES IN CASE OF ACCIDENT:

 

PRECAUTION AGAINST FIRE:

REMOVING VEHICLE FROM ACCIDENT SCENE:

QUESTION:

 

DD Form 518

SF 91 Motor Vehicle Accident Report

SF 94 STATEMENT OF WITNESS

Forms needed for operation:

License (DA Form 348/348-E) on file

`DA Form 5984-E/OF 346

DA Form 5988-E/DA Form 2404 (Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet)

DA Form 5987-E (Dispatch authorization form) or DD 1970 (Equipment Utilization record)

DD Form 518 (Accident Identification Card) 2 ea.

SF 91 (Operator report on Motor vehicle accidents)

QUESTION:

Who gets the DD Form 518


 

GENERAL SAFETY

SAFE DRIVING OPERATION:


 

SAFETY STANDARD:

Classifications of Leakage

Class I leaks are indicated by wetness or discoloration not great enough to form drops

Class II leaks are great enough to form drops, but not enough to cause the drops to drip from the item being inspected

Class III leaks are great enough to form drops that fall from the item being inspected.

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ROAD CONDITION:
(AR 385-55, FORSCOM Regulation 381-1)


 

FIRE PREVENTION:

QUESTION:

SMOKING:

VEHICLE FUELING:

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND AMMUNITION


ASPHYXIATION:

USE OF SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

Continued

Continued

Transport of troops
IAW AR 385-55 page 4, 2-17

Canvas tops will be in place with sides rolled down when cargo space is used for passengers.

All personnel are wearing protective headgear i.e. Kevlar, CVC, etc.

Before starting the engine, drivers transporting troops must place the vehicle in first gear, or park if automatic, set the handbrake then walk to the rear of the vehicle to ensure the tailgate, safety device or troop strap is in place and all passengers seated.

Have a ground guide in place while backing.

QUESTION:

GROUND GUIDES:

GROUND GUIDES

QUESTION:

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

SUMMARY:

Check on Learning:

Transition to Next Lesson: