Army Composite Risk Management Da Form

Army Composite Risk Management Da Form
United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 38530 September 2009forOLD WEATHER OPERATIONSUSARAKNorthern Warfare
Training Center RISK MANAGEMENT GUIDE *United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 3852 _________________________This pamphlet supersedes USARAKPamphlet 3854, dated 1 March 2004.DEPARTMENT OF THE ARHEADQUARTERS, UNITED STATES ARMY ALASKAFort Richardson, Alaska 995055000United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 38530 September 2009SafetyRisk Management for Cold Weather OperationsSummary.Soldiers in Alaska must train to serve our nation in one of the harshest climates in the world.This pamphletgiveleaders at all levels a pocket reference for implementing the omposite isk anagement process in order to develop safe and effective cold weather training plans, exercises and operations.FM 519, Composite Risk Management, was used to develop this pamphlet.Soldiers who attend a United States Army Alaska (USARAKNorthern Warfare Training Center (NWTC)course will receive training on the CRM process and integrate CRM into all aspects of training.The lesson plan pertaining to this pamphlet is available on the NWTC website, pamphlet applies to units and activities assigned or attached to USARAK.This pamphlet supersedes USARAK Pamphlet 3854, dated 01 March 2004.Interim Changes.Interim changes to this pamphlet are not official unless they are authenticated by the Director of Human Resources (DHR).

Users will destroy interim changes on their expiration dates unless sooner superseded or rescinded.Suggested Improvements.The proponent agency of this pamphlet is USARAK NWTC, Ft.Wainwright, Alaska, www.wainwright.army.mil/nwtc/.

Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on Department of the Army (DA) Form 2028, Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms, directly to APVRWNW.USARAK PAM 3853

&#x/M00; 00;� 00;&#x/M00; 00;� 00; &#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;Distribution.This regulation is distributed through the USARAK home page at States Army Alaska Pamphlet 385ontents I: Composite Risk Management for Cold Weather Training and Operations 5 Composite Risk Management

6 Risk Assessment Matrix for Cold Weather Operations 7 Risk Assessment Worksheet for Cold Weather Operations 8 DA Form 7566 Composite Risk Management Worksheet
9

Section II: Risk Management Examples for Select Cold Weather Training Events 11 Conduct tent and stove drill 12 Bivouac in an improvised snow shelter 15 Move 5 kilometers on snowshoes 17 Move 10 kilometers on skis or snowshoes 19 Haul the scow sled (ahkio) using ski and/or snowshoes 22 Biathlon: Move 10 kilometers on skis or snowshoes.Engage targets with assigned weapon during movement.24 Engage targets with assigned weapon in a snow covered environment 27 Move safely in avalanche terrain 29 Skijor Considerations

for Cold Weather Training and Operations

33 B.

Wind Chill Chart 38 C.

9 Line Medical Evacuation Request 40 D.

Ahkio Packing List 41 E.

Blank Copies of Matrix, Worksheet and DA Form 7566 43 *United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 3855

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&#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00; &#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;Composite Risk Management for Cold Weather Training and OperationsSECTION I*United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 3856

&#x/M00; 00;� 00;&#x/M00; 00;� 00; &#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;Step 1: Identify hazards:a.METTTC provides theframework to identify hazards.In a garrison environment or offduty activities consider: Activity (Mission)Disrupters (Enemy)Terrain and WeatherPeople (Troops)TimeLegal considerations (Civil considerations)b.You also use regulations, accident datarisk assessment matrices, AARs, experience, subject matter expertsetc.

Step 2: Assess the hazards:Assess the probability of the event or occurrence.Estimate the expected result or severity of an event or occurrence.Determine the specified level of risk for a given probability and severity using the standard risk assessment matrixRisk Assessment Matrix

Probability H H M L Marginal

H M M L L Negligible

M L L L L E –Extremely High

H – High
M – Moderate

L - Low Step 3: Develop Controls:a.Effective control measures address WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE and HOW.b.Reassess the risk after controls are in place to determine residual risk level.c.Make risk decisions Ask yourself what constitutes an acceptable level of risk for the mission or activity?d.

Involve the appropriate level of command based upon the residual risk level:Risk Level Low Moderate High Extremely HighWho can approve the mission or activity?Company CommanderBattalion CommanderBrigade CommanderCommanding GeneralStep 4: Implement Controlsa.

Ensure controls are converted into clear and simple execution orders.b.Controls must be understood by all.Step 5: Supervise and Evaluatea.Implement and enforce risk controls to standard.b.

Supervise the process this is also a control measure.c.

Evaluate and make adjustments as necessary.NOTE: Record the CRM process on DA Form 7566 available PAM 385Risk Assessment Matrixfor Cold Weather Operations7

&#x/M00; 00;� 00;&#x/M00; 00;� 00;Use the risk assessment matrix and the risk assessment worksheet to help you complete Step 1 and 2 of the CRM process: identify and assess hazardsThis allows you to makeyour initial risk assessment.

Mission ( Time Optimum Adequate Minimal FRAGO 3 4 5 OPORD 2 3 4 OPLAN/MOI/POI 1 2 3

Mission (Command and Control)
SCORE:

Task Organization Event Support, Nontactical, Garrison Day TacticalNight TacticalOperational Control (OPCON) 3 4 5 Attached 2 3 4 Organic 1 2 3

Terrain
SCORE:

Type of TerrainTrafficability Optimum Adequate Minimal Mountain* 3 4 5 Hills 2 3 4 Flat/ Rolling Terrain 1 2 3 *for snow covered, avalanche terrain, see AnnexF, Avalanche Hazard (degrees F with wind chill)Exposure Duration

8 hours 8-24 hours 24-72 hours Over 72 hours 55 to 33

1 1 2 3 32 to 10 2 2 3 4 9 to -19 3 4 4 5 -20 to -40 5 6 7 8 Below -40

6 7 8 9 Hazardous weather 6 7 8 9 conditions (blizzard, whiteout, ice fog, snowstorm

Troops (Soldier PreparationSoldier Preparation Optimum Adequate Minimal Non-acclimated 3 4 5 Partially acclimated 2 3 4 Acclimated 1 2 3

Troops (Soldier Selection)
SCORE:
Task Soldier Experience Extensive cold weather experienceCWI 2 / Some CW experienceCWI 1 / No CW experienceNo cold weather training or experience Complex 3 4 5 6 Routine 2 3 4 5 Simple 1 2 3 4

Troops (Rest and Rest StatusEquipment Status Optimum Adequate Minimal 4 hours sleep in 24 hours 3 4 5 4-8 hours sleep in 24 hours 2 3 4 8 hours sleep in 24 hours 1 2 3
*United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 385Assessment Factors Identify and Assess Hazards Score Risk Level Mission (Planning)

Mission (Command and (Soldier Endurance)

Troops (Soldier Selection)

Troops (Rest and Score:__________Initial Risk the Score: Use the cumulative score to determinethe initial risk level.

CAVEAT: If any individual area (e.g.weather) receives a high or extremely high risk, the overall initial risk level is high or extremelyhigheven if the cumulative score indicates low or moderate risk level.

dividual Area1,23,45,67,8,9Risk LevelLow riskModerate RiskHigh RiskExtremely High RiskCumulative Score7 to 1213 to 2324 to 3536 to 40USARAK PAM 3859

&#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;COMPOSITE RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET For use of this form, see FM 519; the proponent agency is TRADOC.1.

MSN/TASK 2a.

DTG BEGIN 2b.

DTG END 3.DATE PREPARED (YYYYMMDD) 4.PREPARED BY

a.LAST NAME

b.RANK

c.POSITION

5.SUBTASK 6.HAZARDS 7.INITIAL RISK LEVEL 8.CONTROLS 9.

RESIDUAL RISK LEVEL 10.HOW TO MPLEMENT 11.HOW TO SUPERVISE (WHO) 12.WAS CONTROL EFFECTIVE?
Additional space for entries in Items 5 through 11 is provided on Page 2.

13.

OVERALL RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED (Check one)
LOW
MODERATE
HIGH
EXTREMELY HIGH 14.

RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

a.LAST NAME

b.RANK

c.DUTY POSITION

d.SIGNATURE

DA Form 7566, APR 20Page 1 of 2APD PE v2.02ES*United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 38510

&#x/M00; 00;� 00;&#x/M00; 00;� 00; &#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;ITEMS 5 THROUGH 12 CONTINUED:
5.SUBTASK 6.HAZARDS 7.INITIAL RISK LEVEL 8.

CONTROLS 9.RESIDUAL RISK LEVEL 10.

HOW TO IMPLEMENT 11.HOW TO SUPERVISE (WHO) 12.WAS CONTROL EFFECTIVE?

DA Form 7566, APR 2005Page 2 of 2APD PE v2.02ES USARAK PAM 38511

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&#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00; &#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;Risk Management Examples for Select Cold Weather Training EventsThis section contains example CRM worksheets for some of the cold weather training conducted during courses at the Northern Warfare Training Center
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.They are not all inclusive and do not negate the need to apply the CRM process to training or operations in your unit.SECTION *United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 38512

&#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;COMPOSITE RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET For use of this form, see FM 519; the proponent agency is TRADOC.1.MSN/TASK: Conduct tent and stove drill.

Bivouac in a ten man arctic tent.2a.

DTG BEGIN

2b.

DTG END

3.DATE PREPARED (YYYYMMDD)

4.PREPARED BY

a.LAST NAME b.RANK c.

POSITION 5.

SUBTASK 6.HAZARDS 7.

INITIAL RISK LEVEL

8.CONTROLS 9.

RESIDUAL RISK LEVEL

10.HOW TO IMPLEMENT 11.HOW TO SUPERVISE (WHO) 12.WAS CONTROL EFFECTIVE? Handle Fuel Frostbite from handling fuelH Minimum of 1 pair of POL handler gloves in each ahkio group.Wear POL handler gloves when handling fuel.M Tent and stove drill exercises using crawl, walk, run approach.

Wear of POL gloves is a teaching point during the class and must be enforced during training.Squad instructor and student squad leaderMedics on site with heated SUSV Handle Fuel Environmental damage from fuelM Fuel absorbent pads are in each ahkio group.Place fuel absorbent pads ath fuel can and other areas where fuel can spill.L Tent and stove drill exercises using crawl, walk, run approach.This control measure is a teaching point during initial instruction.Squad instructor and student squad leaderMedics on site with heated SUSV Pitch and strike the arctic ten man tent; setup and dismantle Cold Weather InjuriesM Contact gloves must be worn at a minimum while working outside; no exceptions.Students should select and wear appropriate cold weather clothing L These are teaching points during cold weather clothingand equipment instruction; this Squad instructor Medics on site with heated SUSV USARAK PAM 38513

&#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;the stovend equipment for the conditions; squad instructor will check and make adjustments to student clothing based upon current conditions.lesson is practiced and reinforcedby squad instructors any time students work outdoors.Operate SHA; bivouac in tent with SHA operating

Tent FireThis tent will burn to the ground in less than 2 minutes once it is on fire.Operational fire extinguisher positioned in center of tent.Stove is placed on stove board to prevent stove from coming in contact with ground (Cut a piece of plywood 3’ x 2’, rip it lengthwise in half, cover top side with galvanized sheet steel and rejoin the two pieces with hinges.

This allows you to fold it in half for storage.Only licensed personnel authorized to operate stove.Fire guard required when stove is in use.

Fire guard must be licensed to operate the stove.When lighting the stove, all Soldiers must be awake, doors open to the outside.Ensure that flaps on stove pipe opening closure flap aretied open and do not come in contact with he stove pipe.Ensure that drip interceptor loop is in fuel supply hose to prevent fuel from running down the hose onto the tent.Tie lines from the stack cap assembly directly to the tent to allow stack to move with tent in All of these control measures are teaching points during instruction.Tent and stove drill exercises using crawl, walk, runapproach.Rehearse rollout drills during instruction.Squad instructors present during bivouacsSquad instructor and student squad leaderMedics on site *United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 385windy conditions.

Ensure that snow flaps are positioned to the outside of tent and are not frozen to the ground to allow Soldiers to rollout in case of fire.Tent pole is 68 feet in height to prevent tent from coming in contact with stove.Operate SHA; bivouac in tent with SHA operating

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning M Ensure all ventilators are open when operating stove.

Use all sections of the stack assembly to allow the stove to draft properly.Ensure that the seams on the stove pipes are inline with each other to prevent exhaust from leaking out of the stack assembly.L These control measures areteaching pointTent and stove drill exercises using crawl, walk run approachSquad instructors bivouacwith students.Squad instructor and student squad leaderMedics on site Additional space for entries in Items 5 through 11 is provided on Page 2.

13.

OVERALL RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED (Check HIGH 14.

RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

a.

LAST NAME

b.RANK

c.DUTY POSITION

d.SIGNATURE

USARAK PAM 38515

&#x/M00; 00;� 00;&#x/M00; 00;� 00; &#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;COMPOSITE RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET For use of this form, see FM 519; the proponent agency is TRADOC.1.MSN/TASK: Bivouac in an improvised snow shelter2a.

DTG BEGIN 2b.

DTG END 3.DATE PREPARED (YYYYMMDD) 4.

PREPARED BY

a.LAST NAME

b.RANK

c.

POSITION

5.SUBTASK 6.HAZARDS 7.INITIAL RISK LEVEL

8.

CONTROLS 9.RESIDUAL RISK LEVEL

10.HOW TO IMPLEMENT 11.HOW TO SUPERVISE (WHO) 12.WAS CONTROL EFFECTIVE?

Carbon Monoxide oisoning/Asphyxiation from improper ventilationM Create at least two holes in roof of shelter with ski pole for ventilation.Do not completely seal door.Do not use stoves or burn candles in shelter.L These control measures are teaching points for thisblock of instruction.

Squad instructors will supervise during the construction process.

Squad instructors.Medics on site.OIC/NCOIC Cold Weather InjuriesStudents must keep boots inside sleeping bag during the rest cycle.Heated shelter available(chalet)students are briefed on location and route to heated shelter.Students will dress and move to heated shelter for cold weather injury checks at first call.These control measures are teaching points during this block of instruction.

Squad instructor will physically check that boots are inside sleeping bag just prior to rest cycle.A least two squad instructors will bivouac in Squad instructors.Medics on site; Medics stay in heated shelter for rest cycle.OIC/NCOIC*United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 385improvised shelter so that they are aware of the conditions students are experiencing and can make adjustments as quired.Squad instructors will supervise wake up and movement to chalet at first call.Medics will physically check each student for cold weather injuries before students eat and breakdown shelters.Additional space for entries in Items 5 through 11 is provided on Page 2.

13.

OVERALL RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED (Check one)
HIGH 14.

RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

a.

LAST NAME

b.

RANK

c.

DUTY POSITION

d.SIGNATURE

USARAK PAM 38517

&#x/M00; 00;� 00;&#x/M00; 00;� 00; &#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;COMPOSITE RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET For use of this form, see FM 519; the proponent agency is TRADOC.1.

MSN/TASK : Move 5 kilometers on snowshoes 2a.

DTG BEGIN

2b.

DTG END

3.

DATE PREPARED (YYYYMMDD)

4.

PREPARED BY

a.

LAST NAME

b.RANK

c.POSITION

5.

SUBTASK 6.HAZARDS 7.INITIAL RISK LEVEL

8.

CONTROLS 9.

RESIDURISK LEVEL

10.HOW TO IMPLEMENT 11.HOW TO SUPERVISE (WHO) 12.WAS CONTROL EFFECTIVE?

Cold Weather InjuriesH Students must dress appropriately for a high level of physical exertion.Students who overdress will become sweat soaked and are at greater risk for cold weather injuries.Students must adjust clothing during the movement and maintain a pace that does not cause them to sweat profusely.Some conditions may warrant covering all exposed flesh.This makes overheating even more likely, with the result that students will expose sweat soaked skin to ventilate and risk a cold weather injury.Once students have covered skin, they must not uncover it unless they are in a heated shelter.Keep a slow and steady pace; this event is not a race.If temperatures are below degrees F, all exposed skin must be covered.

M First control measure is a teaching point during cold weather clothing and equipment instruction.

These measures are stressed throughout the course.

Squad instructors will check student uniform and ruck and make adjustments prior to movement.Squad instructors lead this event.100% CWI injury check by medic at the conclusion of exercise OIC/NCOIC Squad instructorsMedics *United States Army Alaska Pamphlet 385Each student carries a ruck with sleeping bag, sleeping mat, spare socks, gloves and mittens/liners.NWTC instructors and medics man threecheckpoints on the courseAt least 2 roving instructors/cadre on the course at all times.

All cadre have working ALMR for communication.
Dehydration M Each student carries 2 quarts of water.

gallons ofwater stationed at each checkpoint.L Squad instructors inspect.OIC/NCOIC inspect for water as heated checkpoints.

Squad instructors

Additional space for entries in Items 5 through 11 is provided on Page 2.

13.

OVERALL RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED (Check one)
HIGH 14.

RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

a.

LAST NAME

b.RANK

c.DUTY POSITION

d.

SIGNATURE

USARAK PAM 38519

&#x/M00; 00;� 00;&#x/M00; 00;� 00; &#x/M00; 00; 00;&#x/M00; 00; 00;COMPOSITE RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET For use of this form, see FM 519; the proponent agency is TRADOC.1.MSN/TASK : Move 10 kilometers on skis or snowsho2a.

DTG BEGIN

2b.

DTG END

3.DATE PREPARED (YYYYMMDD)

4.PREPARED BY

a.

LAST NAME

b.RANK

c.POSITION

5.SUBTASK 6.HAZARDS 7.INITIAL RISK LEVEL

8.CONTROLS 9.

RESIDUAL RISK LEVEL

10.

HOW TO IMPLEMENT 11.HOW TO SUPERVISE
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