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Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control
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Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control

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From DCoE's May 2011 webinar "Operational Stress and In-theater Care" …

From DCoE's May 2011 webinar "Operational Stress and In-theater Care"

Navy Capt. Lori Laraway
Coordinator
Navy Operational Stress
Control (OCS) Program

Webinar audio: http://www.dcoe.health.mil/Content/Navigation/Media/201882256.mp3

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  • 1. Operational Risk Management & Operational Stress Control Program Overviews CAPT Lori A. Laraway, NC, USN Your Title hereNavy OSC Coordinator 13 April 2011Operational Stress Control 1 www.navynavstress.com
  • 2. Total Sailor ReadinessOperational Stress Control 2 www.navynavstress.com 2
  • 3. ADMITS DEFY Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention Vision DAPA /UPC Right SpiritTotal Sailor and Family Fitness Psychological Sailor Financial Support Fitness Fitness• Comprehensive, tightly integrated portfolio OSC OSC• Touches the Fleet wherever they sail Sailor and Family FRG Advocacy• Touches families Sexual Assault Fitness Community Prevention and Family wherever they live Support EFM MWR Nutrition PRIMS Physical Fitness CFL PFA Quality programs, valuable support, compassionate care that builds readiness and resilience Operational Stress Control 3 www.navynavstress.com
  • 4. Stress on the Force The rising work stress finding has been validated via multiple direct and indirect measures A lot/Some Categories Navy-wide 2008* Navy-wide 2009 Navy-wide 2010Increased (58%) (74%) (82%) Stress at 30 28 24 18 30 44 21 5 38 44 15 work 3 Increased (37%) (44%) (45%) Stress in 17 20 32 31 16 28 43 13 17 28 41 14 family (33%) (36%) (39%)Work stress interfered 9 32 29 12 21 27 40 9 27 33 31 30 with jobperformance (16%) (22%) (21%)Family stress interfered 5 17 30 49 4 17 31 48 with job 5 11 24 60performance A lot Some A lot Some A lot Some A little None at all A little None at all A little None at all *2008 = Navy-wide results from the 2008 DoD Survey of Health Related Behaviors Among Military Personnel.Operational Stress Control 4 www.navynavstress.com Significant 2009-10 difference = 6% or larger for enlisted and 7% or larger for officers.
  • 5. Maximizing EffectsPrograms and Resilience Action Planother “stuff” Team A S S E CO S S M E N TOperational Stress Control 5 www.navynavstress.com 5
  • 6. Process Assess Resilience Team Strengthen AddressOperational Stress Control 6 www.navynavstress.com 6
  • 7. Resilience Team• XO • Suicide Prevention• CMC/COB Coordinator (SPC)• DAPA • Legal Officer• CMEO • Corpsman• SARC/Victim Advocate • Ombudsman• Chaplain/RP • Personnel Officer• CFL • Command Financial Specialist (CFS)Operational Stress Control 7 www.navynavstress.com 7
  • 8. Building Resilience ILL INJURED Original Orange Zone Boundary REACTING READYOperational Stress Control 8 www.navynavstress.com 22 8
  • 9. OSC: Program Overview • Comprehensive approach to address the psychological health of Sailors and their families • Provide decision making tools for Sailors, leaders and families to: – Build resilience Line Owned and Led... – Identify stress responses Medical Supported – Mitigate problem stressEnd state: Mission-Ready Sailors, Families, and Commands Operational Stress Control 9 www.navynavstress.com 9
  • 10. Stress Continuum Model READY REACTING INJURED ILL (Green) (Yellow) (Orange) (Red)• Good to go • Distress or • More severe or • Stress injuries• Well trained impairment persistent that don’t heal• Prepared • Mild and distress or without help• Fit and temporary impairment • Symptoms focused • Anxious, • May leave persist, get• Cohesive irritable, or sad lasting worse, or units & • Physical or memories, initially get ready behavioral reactions, and better and then families changes expectations return worseUnit Leader Individual, Shipmate, Family CaregiverResponsibility Responsibility Responsibility Operational Stress Control 10 www.navynavstress.com 10
  • 11. 5 Core Leader Functions •Strengthen •Mitigate •Identify •Treat/Intervene •ReintegrateOperational Stress Control 11 www.navynavstress.com
  • 12. Navy OSC Lead Course Description Goals:• 6 hour, instructor-led, • Help leaders build & maintain operational line oriented strength, wellness & • Developed by Navy OSC resilience in units; improve (OPNAV N-135), NCCOSC mission readiness and NMCPHC • Recognition, prevention,• Introduce tools and mitigation-focused concepts provided in new • Leaders know when/where to Joint OSC/ COSC Doctrine get help (NTTP 1-15M, Combat and Operational Stress Control) with practical application, scenarios, and senior leader panel Operational Stress Control 12 www.navynavstress.com
  • 13. Goal of OSC INJURED ILL READY (Green) REACTING (Yellow) (Orange) (Red) The Goal of Navy OSC is to move towards GREENUnit Leader Individual, Shipmate, Family CaregiverResponsibility Responsibility ResponsibilityOperational Stress Control 13 www.navynavstress.com 13
  • 14. Questions or Comments POC: CAPT L.A. Laraway, NC, USN Navy Operational Stress Control Coordinator OPNAV, N135 Lori.Laraway@med.navy.mil (202) 445-0919Operational Stress Control 14 www.navynavstress.com 14
  • 15. OSC Program Elements• CONOPs • Input from stakeholders across the Navy Enterprise• Doctrine • Joint USMC / USN publication • MRCP 6-11c/NTTP 1-15M Combat and Operational Stress Control • Released 20 December 2010 • Basis for OPNAV instructionOperational Stress Control 15 www.navynavstress.com 15
  • 16. Assessment and AnalysisCompleted: Planned:• Behavioral Health Quick Poll • 2011 BHQP (BHQP) - 2009 and 2010 • Recruiter Stress Survey• Stress Focus Groups • Command Stress Assessment /• Communication Strategies Focus DEOCS Groups • Stress Research Symposium• Lightning Poll/Recruiter Stress • Virtual Leader Focus Groups Messages • Elements of Organizational• Stress Research Symposium Resilience (proposed)• OSC Awareness Training Survey • Sleep/Stress Assessment• Navy Leadership Survey Stress • OSC Awareness Training Survey Questions (Sep 10) (updating)• Navy Quality of Life Stress • Formal Curriculum Module Questions (Fall 10) Surveys• Policy Review • Policy Review Continue to form alliances with DOD and other Navy research entities Operational Stress Control 16 www.navynavstress.com
  • 17. Strategic Communications: Social Media, Innovative ProductsOperational Stress Control 17 www.navynavstress.com
  • 18. >222,000 to date Training & Education• Phase I – FY08 – NKO OSC webpage – OSC Awareness briefs – Pre- and Post-deployment training• Phase II – FY09 – Formal training modules completed – 100 Learning Objectives – 13 Modules / 23 Courses of Instruction – Instructor led and web-based on Navy eLearning• Phase III – FY10 and beyond – Curriculum maintenance – Navy OSC Leaders Course – Evaluate Stress Resiliency Training System – Develop caregiver modules Operational Stress Control 18 www.navynavstress.com 18
  • 19. OSC Training Implementation Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 JulyAwareness & Mission Specific: >208,000+ trained to date Formal Curriculum is ongoing OSC at NIACT OSC Content Analysis Awareness Brief OSC at CLS & SEA OSC Awareness brief was developed to fill gap until RTC, FFSC, NWC, etc. formal curriculum available; OSC at NMPS sites mission specific training OSC Post-deployment developed per NPA request 25 Trainers trained OSC at WTP Detainee Ops OSCFormal Curriculum (1-3 hrs): *** RTC OSC OCS OSC NMT OSC CLS OSC Non-Supervisor GMT All modules are a combination of 8 Web-based courses instructor facilitated and/or web- based training; Dept Hd OSC are ongoing courses Div O OSC Supervisor GMT OSC in LCC PO3,2,1,CPO IndocNavy OSC Lead Course (6 hr): NECC Pilots Train trainers End State: Mission ready Sailors, families and commands Operational Stress Control 19 www.navynavstress.com ***Note: All modules of formal curriculum have been delivered to CPPD and NSTC in May 2010; above is implementation timeline
  • 20. Detainee Ops OSC “Integrity is the foundation of our conduct; respect for others is fundamental to our character; decisive leadership is crucial to our success.” Excerpt from Navy EthosOperational Stress Control 20 www.navynavstress.com 20

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