NAVY REGION SINGAPORE COMMAND INDOCTRINATION COMMAND INDOCTRINATION

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  • NAVY REGION SINGAPORE COMMAND INDOCTRINATION COMMAND INDOCTRINATION
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  • SOH PROGRAM SAFETY OFFICER LT NGUYEN ASSISTANT ALICE WILSON CONTRACTOR SUPPORT LEE WILSON
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  • SAFETY Everyones responsibility If you see an unsafe act report it to the Safety Officer LT Nguyen or his assistants Alice Wilson or Lee Wilson Primary emphasis in Singapore is Traffic & Recreational Safety
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  • SAFETY DEFINITIONS AUL authorized use list of hazardous materials MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet SOH Safety & Occupational Health PPE Personal Protective Equipment HAZCOM Hazard Communication NAVOSH Navy Occupational Safety & Health
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  • HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MUST BE LABELED WITH NAME OF MATERIAL, HAZARD OF MATERIAL, NAME AND ADDRESS OF MANUFACTURER. INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM MSDS MUST BE PROPERLY STORED
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  • SOH PROGRAM ELEMENTS Regional Safety Council Meets Quarterly Safety information disseminated via POWs, Merlion, PAO Roller, Safety Bulletin Board outside of NEX and in COMLOGWEST PAC passageway Variety of SOH training including indoc, TS & Rec. Safety
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  • MISHAP REPORTING Done for all tenants by Regional Safety Office Reportable injuries reported via WESS All injuries resulting in more than 1 day of lost time shall be reported to the Navy Safety Center.
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  • ASBESTOS Naturally occurring mineral silicate Can cause several types of cancer in humans Widely used until 1970 as an insulation Still used in brake shoes, gaskets, and clutch linings Most of the asbestos on this base is gone
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  • ASBESTOS Base wide survey completed in 2003. Surveys of remaining materials conducted annually. Most asbestos has been abated. Bldg. 6-4, roof of MWR No asbestos has been found in housing
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  • LEAD Drinking Water is monitored by the Environmental Engineer Locally procured paint may contain lead. Before you do any renovation in housing, contact the housing office or the environmental engineer at 6750-2052. We will be able to test for lead soon
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  • Lead is a reproductive hazard in men and women. Lead can also cause central nervous system damage resulting in tremors, hypotension, and facial pallor Lead can cause kidney disease LEAD
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  • NAVY REGION SINGAPORE TRAFFIC SAFETY PROGRAM OPNAVINST 5100.12 SERIES
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  • TRANSPORTATION IS A VERY IMPORTANT PART OF OUR DAILY LIFE! You cant go anywhere without it. Requires high level of responsibility. Must remember you are operating a potentially deadly weapon.
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  • DRIVING IN SINGAPORE Basic Theory of Driving Handbooks are available at various driving centers around the island. Unless otherwise posted the speed limit is 50 km/h. You must pass the Final Theory of driving test. If you pass the FTT you must take a driving test. If you pass you will be issued a Class 3 Qualified Drivers License.
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  • DRIVING IN SINGAPORE LN1 Abigail Allen from COMLOGWESTPAC teaches certificate of entitlement classes every month. Required to drive government vehicles
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  • 46 Navy and Marine Personnel died in the first 80 days on FY-06 including m/c mishaps. All but 3 or a little less than 90% were young lower enlisted @ 30% involved alcohol Virtually all were preventable FACTS:
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  • Most fatalities occur between 2100 and 0500 Speed, alcohol and fatigue are the leading causes Most fatal accidents occur on Fri. Sat. and Sun. Fatigue causes you to sleep for 2-3 second periods Wearing your seat belt decreases your chance of serious injury or death by 50% or more Service members are required to wear seat belts in a private motor vehicle. FATALITY FACTS:
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  • PROBLEMS WITH DRIVING IN SINGAPORE PROBLEMS: Drinking & Driving Opposite side (right) steering Driving on the left hand side of road Unfamiliarity with local laws
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  • SOLUTIONS: Dont Drink & Drive Use Public Transportation Seatbelts Approach driving here with healthy respect Solutions for driving in Singapore
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  • DRINKING AND DRIVING
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  • DRINKING FACTS: IT IS ESTIMATED THAT IN THE U.S., ONE IN TWENTY DRIVERS ARE DRUNK THE ONLY WAY TO SOBER UP IS WITH TIME 1 BEER = 1.5 OZ. OF 80 PROOF LIQUOR ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AFFECTS REFLEXES, COORDINATION, REACTION TIME, VISUAL AND GENERAL AWARENESS.
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  • DRINKING AND DRIVING IN SINGAPORE ALCOHOL EVEN IN SMALL QUANTITIES MAKES YOU LESS SAFE ON THE ROAD. MEDICATIONS CAN CONTAIN ALCOHOL RESULTING IN IMPAIRMENT. THE LEGAL LIMIT HERE IS 80MG PER 100 ML OF BLOOD ANY DRIVER FOUND WITH A BAC EXCEEDING THIS LIMIT WILL BE SPENDING TIME IN COURT, POSSIBLY JAIL, AND BE SOMEWHAT POORER AS A RESULT
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  • CONSEQUENCES OF DRIVING WITHOUT SEAT BELTS IN SINGAPORE 1.Violation of Singapore law $60.00- 350.00 + points 2.Increase risk of injury and/or death 3.Violation of naval regulations
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  • BIG 3 KILLERS DRINKING AND DRIVING FATIGUE NOT WEARING YOUR SEAT BELTS
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  • RECREATIONAL AND OFF- DUTY SAFETY OPNAVINST 5100.12 Series
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  • HAZARDS OF SWIMMING MISTAKENLY THINK YOU ARE A BETTER SWIMMER THAN YOU ARE DONT CONSIDER THE HAZARDS OF COLD WATER, SUDDEN IMMERSION, WAVES, CURRENTS, RIP TIDES ALCOHOL AND FATIGUE
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  • RECOMMENDATIONS LEARN TO SWIM WELL KNOW YOU LIMITATIONS SWIM WITH A BUDDY SWIM IN SUPERVISED AREAS. PAY ATTENTION TO WARNINGS OF HAZARDS CHECK WATER DEPTH BEFORE DIVING STAY OUT FROM UNDER DIVING BOARDS AND PLATFORMS LEARN SELF-RESCUE TECHNIQUES AVOID TOO MUCH SUN
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  • HAZARDS OF BASKETBALL Lack of conditioning Heat injury/illness Not warming up/cooling down Landing on another players foot when rebounding ORM principles must be applied but you cant prevent all injuries in a fast moving game
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  • HAZARDS: Inattention to obstacles in path of bike Losing control because of excessive speed Automobiles Lack of protective equipment Poor bike maintenance BICYCLES
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  • Last year there were two serious bicycle injuries One was due to excessive speed while it was raining One was due to poor bicycle Maintenance But we did improve from the previous year when we had four BICYCLES
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  • HEAT STRESS PROGRAM Heat Stress is a real problem in Singapore year round. Always a threat of heat injuries including Heat Stroke, Heat Exhaustion, Heat Cramps, Heat Rash & Heat Syncope Need to be vigilant
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  • HEAT STROKE Real Medical Emergency and Death may occur in Minutes Skin is hot, red and dry, victum unconcious Internal body temperature may reach 105- 108 degrees fahrenheit. Medical Tx is imperative.
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  • HEAT EXHAUSTION May develop into heat stroke if not treated Skin is cool, clammy and is characterized by profuse sweating. Patient may be nauseous and/or vomitting Need to reduce heat stress immediately
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  • OTHER HEAT INJURIES Heat Cramps lack of electrolytes Heat Rash damaged skin Heat Syncope blood pooling in extremities
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  • HEAT STRESS PROGRAM Heat is monitored twice daily Heat stress conditions are posted in two locations along with placards explaining activity levels Flag colors are green, yellow, red & black