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Safety Powerpoint for Okinawa

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    • STREET MOTORCYCLE RIDING
      Inform your Supervisor & Unit Motorcycle Rep
      Interview with your CC or designated Rep
      PPE WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE
      Attend a certified MSF Course
      Inexperienced riders MUST be mentored by an
      experienced rider within their unit
      Obey traffic laws including the posted speed limit
      NEVER loan anyone your motorcycle
      Wear the required PPE: Helmet with chinstrap,
      Full fingered gloves, Long sleeve shirt, Pants,
      Over the ankle boots or shoes, Reflective Vest is
      REQUIRED day or night -On or Off Base.
      KNOW YOUR LIMITS
      RIDE WITHIN YOUR SKILL LEVEL
      AFI 91-207, AFI 91-207 PACAF Sup, and Safety Office
    • MARTIAL ARTs / COMBATIVES
      Train in a Controlled Environment
      Notify your Supervisor
      Do it in a controlled environment
      Wear mouth guards and PPE
      Find a local certified trainer
      Condition your body prior
      Know your bodies limits
      Know when to tap out
      Know When and Where to use it
      Know your Skill Level
      Report any injuries
      Resources
      http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/fitness/MartialArts.html
      http://www.kadenamartialarts.com
    • ROCK CLIMBING/ DESCENDING
      Find a mentor or take lessons
      NEVER Climb alone (At least 1 other person)
      Have a climbing/descending Plan
      Consider practicing on an indoor wall first
      Ascender
      (Can be used when fatigued or on difficult climbs)
      Wear the proper gear: Helmet, shoes, harness, ect
      ALWAYS inspect your gear prior to use
      (Conduct a check on each other)
      Have at 1 Cell Phone in an emergency occurs
      (Place the phone in a water case or bag if needed)
      Use the right rope, ensure it is long enough
      Use CLEARCommands all can understand
      KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
      Water Conditions
      - High Tide
      - Low Tide
      - Currents
      Sea Conditions
      • ALL CLEAR
      - CAUTION (SC-C)
      • DANGER (SC-D)
      Anchor Points
      (Some are prepositioned)
      Recommended Items
      First-Aid Kit, Sunscreen, Signal Devices (Flare)
      Water, Camel-Pack (Prevent Dehydration)
      Flashlight / Headlamp (Extra Batteries)
      Food or Meal Bars
      www.rockclimbing.com
      www.okinawaclimbing.com
    • SURFING in OKINAWA
      Know the Sea Conditions
      Consider Surfing Lessons
      Never Surf Alone (Wingman)
      Wear Proper Foot Protection
      Avoid Areas with an Abundance
      of Coral
      Have a Cell Phone Accessible
      (Waterproof Bag on the Beach)
      KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
      Do NOT Surf during SC-D or
      During a Typhoon
      Sea Conditions
      • ALL CLEAR
      - CAUTION (SC-C)
      • DANGER (SC-D)
      Surf board Leash must be
      Attached at all times
      Resources Available
      http://www.mensoresurfing.com/
      http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/marina/index.html
      http://www.surfinginjapan.com/islands/okinawa-1
    • KAYAKING
      Attend training – Oceans and Rivers differ
      Let someone know your route plans, exact location and approximate time of return
      Have at least 1 Cell Phone with emergency #’s
      (Place in a waterproof container or bag)
      Start off in the calmer waters until comfortable
      Know the Currents and Sea Conditions Prior
      Ensure you have food and water (Regardless of the trip length)
      KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
      Water Conditions
      - High Tide
      - Low Tide
      - Currents
      Everyone MUST wear a PFD at all times
      Sea Conditions
      • ALL CLEAR
      - CAUTION (SC-C)
      • DANGER (SC-D)
      Consider wearing a wetsuit
      First-Aid Kit, Sunscreen, and Signal Device
      Check the weather forecast (Sea and Water conditions can change without notice)
      MANDATORY to WEAR a PFD
      http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/marina/index.html
      http://padaloha.com/index.html
    • LIGHT AIRCRAFT /
      HELICOPTER FLYING
      Pilots MUST be licensed
      Familiarize yourself with the aircraft
      Accomplish a thorough Preflight Inspection
      Plan your flights during good and fair weather
      Consider joining the Aero Club
      File detailed flight plans for extended trips
      Have an emergency kit onboard
      Plan and pack gear for adverse weather (in the
      event of an emergency landing)
      Stay current on flight and training requirements
      Be familiar with the terrain you are flying over
      Be trained and comfortable with night flying
      http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/aero/index.html
      http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/aero/links.html
    • KITE SURFING
      Take Lessons
      Purchase the right equipment and safety gear
      Avoid strong winds and rough sea conditions
      Stay clear of power lines, populated areas, coral,
      congested water activity, and rocky coastlines
      Keep a safe distance from other kite surfers
      Inspect your equipment before and after use
      Have a plan for self rescue. Know what to do if
      you find your self in a dangerous situation.
      Check the weather and local sea conditions
      Have a control bar with a quick release and a
      KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
      detachable kite leash
      Sea Conditions
      • ALL CLEAR
      - CAUTION (SC-C)
      • DANGER (SC-D)
      Water Conditions
      - High Tide
      - Low Tide
      - Currents
      www.patriotkites.com
    • Scuba Diving (Conditions)
      Get proper training from a scuba certifying agency: Padi, Naui, SSI, IDEA, USN & more.
      Be in good physical shape: Not exhausted,
      inebriated, dehydrated, recommend not to dive
      within 24 hours before/after flying.
      Plan your dive and dive your plan (with your buddy):
      Location (Know site or get orientation dive.)
      Know max depth you are able to dive.
      Know entry/exit point. (Alternate exit point.)
      Check the weather and local sea conditions
      Access to a basic First Aid/Save-a-Dive kit.
      KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
      Let someone not diving, know your dive plan.
      Sea Conditions
      • ALL CLEAR
      - CAUTION (SC-C)
      • DANGER (SC-D)
      Water Conditions
      - High Tide
      - Low Tide
      - Currents
      http://www.diversalertnetwork.org/
    • Scuba Diving (Equipment)
      Have proper equipment as shown on the right.
      Know 5 Steps of Pre-Dive Safety Check (PADI)
      BWRAF (Begin With Review And Friend).
      B - Buoyancy Compensator
      It is the right size, holds air, not torn, damaged.
      W- Weights (Proper amount of weights, belt right
      hand release, or integrated weights securely fastened.
      R - Releases – Snug, know how to release.
      A- Air/Regulator (Air is in tank, regulator
      & alternate air source are working properly.
      F – Final Okay: Is everything in place?
      KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
      Check your buddy using BWRAF. (Always dive with a buddy!!!)
      Sea Conditions
      • ALL CLEAR
      - CAUTION (SC-C)
      • DANGER (SC-D)
      Water Conditions
      - High Tide
      - Low Tide
      - Currents
      Enjoy your dive and have fun.
    • Snorkeling
      Recommended to get proper snorkeling orientation from MWR/Services Aquatics or Dive
      Shop or go with an experienced snorkeling buddy.
      Be in average physical shape: Not exhausted,
      inebriated and dehydrated.
      Plan your skin dive (recommended to have a buddy.)
      Location (Know site or get orientation dive.)
      Check the weather and local sea conditions
      Know entry/exit point. (Alternate exit point.)
      Stay close to shore (be aware of surroundings.)
      Have proper gear: Mask, Fins, Snorkel and
      KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
      approved snorkeling vest. (Holding hands is optional.)
      Sea Conditions
      • ALL CLEAR
      - CAUTION (SC-C)
      • DANGER (SC-D)
      Water Conditions
      - High Tide
      - Low Tide
      - Currents
      Don’t touch marine life.