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850-001-3001 (SL3) - Control Mission Safety Hazard

Standards: Verified that a risk assessment had been conducted, controls had been developed and properly implemented, the overall risk level for the mission or task was acceptable, and that the controls were effectively monitored.

Conditions:
As a company level senior leader, in a
garrison or tactical environment, given a
subordinate who has received a mission or
task.

Standards:
Verified that a risk assessment had been
conducted, controls had been developed and
properly implemented, the overall risk level
for the mission or task was acceptable, and
that the controls were effectively
monitored.

Performance
Steps

1.   Verify a risk assessment has been conducted.

a.
Ensure that all hazards
associated with the mission or task
have been identified.

b.
Ensure the level of risk
for each hazard was correctly
estimated.

2.   Verify controls have been developed and properly
implemented.

a.
Ensure appropriate
controls have been developed.

b.
Ensure the residual risk
for each hazard and the overall
residual risk for the mission or
task is acceptable.

c.
Ensure controls have been
properly implemented.

3.   Verify how the controls will be monitored.

a.
Verify the technique for
monitoring the controls.

b.
Verify how well the
controls and the risk management
process worked.

Evaluation
Preparation:

Setup:
To evaluate this task, you will need a
completed risk assessment for a mission
task. It will be necessary to develop a
short OPORD or FRAGO with a scenario for a
commonly used combat operation (such as a
road march, move to contact) that contains a
minimum of one hazard. Develop a complete
written risk assessment to represent an
assessment, which a subordinate has
performed. The risk assessment must include
the level of risk, the controls, the
residual risk for each hazard, and the
overall residual risk for the mission.

Brief
Soldier:
Tell the soldier you are going
to evaluate him on his ability to supervise
the implementation of the risk management
process.

Performance
Measures

GO

NO
GO

1.   Verified that all the hazards associated with the
mission or task (a minimum of one,
depending on the mission or task) had
been identified.





2.   Verified the level of risk for each hazard was
correctly estimated.





3.   Verified the controls for each hazard.





4.   Verified the residual risk for each hazard and the
overall residual risk for the mission
or task was acceptable.





5.   Verified methods for implementing the controls.





6.   Verified controls were effective.





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

 


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