Assign a risk value to a risk matrix for each major operational aspect of the operation. Consideration should also be made in assessing the factors of Mission, Enemy, Terrain, Troops, Time (METT-T).
(3) Make Decisions and Develop Controls - Make risk acceptance decisions by balancing the benefit of taking the risk against the risk assessments, then eliminate unnecessary risks. Apply a control measure that may range from hazard awareness to detailed operational procedures.
(4) Implement Controls - Integrate specific controls into plans, Operations Orders (OPORDs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), training performance standards and rehearsals.
(5) Supervise - Commander must enforce controls and standards in controlling risk. This is the key to loss control. Prudent leadership must follow-up to insure that the doers understand and accept the guidance. Leaders should monitor the effects of risk reduction to verify that really are good ideas.
b. Crew Coordination - The interaction between crew members (communication) and actions (sequence and timing) necessary for tasks to be performed efficiently, effectively, and safely.
(1) Individual actions - The portion of a crew task that the individual crew member must accomplish.
(2) Crew coordinated actions - Require the interaction of the entire crew to help facilitate the safe and efficient execution of a crew task.
: Conduct a check on learning and summarize the learning step/activity.
D: Learning Step/Activity - Provide instruction on symbol usage and word distinctions.
Method of Instruction: CO. Instructor to student ratio is: 1:18.
Time of Instruction: minutes
Media: Slides thru
a. Symbol Usage
(1) The diagonal (/) indicates or . IP/SP may mean IP SP or it may mean IP SP.
b. Word Distinctions