850-001-4001 (SL4) – Integrate Risk Management into Mission Plans
850-001-4001 (SL4) - Integrate Risk Management into Mission Plans
Standards: Completed all sections of the risk management worksheet.
You are a small unit leader. Given a mission
or task, in a garrison or tactical
environment, access to FM 100-14, and a risk
Standards: Completed all sections of the risk
1.Conduct a risk assessment.
a. Identify the hazards
associated with the mission or task.
b. Assess the hazards to
determine their impact on the
mission or task.
a. Develop one or more
controls that will eliminate the
hazard or reduce the risk.
b. Determine the residual
risk for each hazard and the overall
residual risk for the mission or
c. Decide who is authorized
to accept the risk.
3.Identify ways to implement the controls
a. Decide how controls will
be put into effect.
b. Coordinate and
communicate control measures up and
down the chain-of-command.
4.Identify how to supervise and evaluate the
a. Determine how each
control will be monitored.
b. Evaluate the
effectiveness of each control.
To evaluate this task you need an assigned
mission or task that may be in the form of
an operations order (OPORD), fragmentary
order (FRAGO), warning order, patrol order,
training task, and so forth. The soldier
will apply the risk management process to
the assigned mission task.
Soldier: Tell the soldier you are going
to evaluate him on his ability to apply the
risk management process.
1.Identified all the hazards associated with the
mission or task (a minimum of one,
depending on the mission or task).
2.Determined the level of risk (E, H, M, L) for each
3.Developed at least one control for each hazard.
4.Determined the residual risk for each hazard.
5.Determined how controls will be implemented.
6.Determined the overall residual risk for the
mission or task.
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 scores NO GO, show
him what was done wrong and how to do it
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