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A Model of How Situational Awareness Influences Life Jacket Wear

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Presenter: Tom Mangione, JSI Training & Research Institute, Inc.

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A Model of How Situational Awareness Influences Life Jacket Wear

  1. 1. Model of How Situational Awareness Factors Play a Role in Decisions to Wear Life Jackets While Boating Thomas W. Mangione, PhD Senior Research Scientist Natalie Spitzer, MPH Research Associate JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc Boston, MA 02110 2019 Life Jacket Association Conference Ft. Lauderdale, FL May, 2019
  2. 2. Dynamic Risk Factors Water Temp Air Temp Wind Speed Current Waves Weather Boat Underway Status Operator Status Risky Activity (fishing, white water, being towed) Impaired Status Static Risk Factors Boat Size Life Jacket Regulations Fishing Tournament Rules Experience in type of boat Training # of Passengers # of kids on board Swimming Ability Type of Boat Perceived Risk of Capsizing or Falling Overboard Perceived Negative Consequences of Entry into the Water Decision to Wear Life Jacket Beliefs in Benefits/Drawbacks of wearing Life Jackets Model of How Situational Awareness Factors Play a Role in Decisions to Wear Life Jackets While Boating Situational Awareness Factors
  3. 3. The Basic Idea Awareness of Risks Likelihood of Unintentional Water Entry Decision to Wear Life Jacket
  4. 4. Situational Awareness (Assessing Risks Based on Current Situation) Type of Boat Dynamic Factors Static Factors Awareness Of Risky Situation
  5. 5. Static Factors (Risks that don’t change during course of boat trip) Boat Size Life Jacket Regulations Fishing Tournament Rules Experience in Type of Boat Training # of Passengers # of Kids on Board Swimming Ability Static Risk Factors
  6. 6. Dynamic Factors (Risks that COULD change during course of boat trip) Water Temperature Air Temperature Wind Speed Current Wave Height Weather Underway Status Operator Status Risky Activities (fishing, white water, towed) Impaired Status Dynamic Risk Factors
  7. 7. Results of Situational Awareness Perceived Risk of Capsizing or Falling Overboard Perceived Negative Consequences of Entry into the Water Situational Awareness Boat Type Static Risks Dynamic Risks
  8. 8. Decision to Wear or Not Wear a Life Jacket Decision to Wear a Life Jacket Perceived Negative Consequences of Entry into the Water Beliefs in Benefits/Drawbacks of Wearing a Life Jacket
  9. 9. Dynamic Risk Factors Water Temp Air Temp Wind Speed Current Waves Weather Boat Underway Status Operator Status Risky Activity (fishing, white water, being towed) Impaired Status Static Risk Factors Boat Size Life Jacket Regulations Fishing Tournament Rules Experience in type of boat Training # of Passengers # of kids on board Swimming Ability Type of Boat Perceived Risk of Capsizing or Falling Overboard Perceived Negative Consequences of Entry into the Water Decision to Wear Life Jacket Beliefs in Benefits/Drawbacks of wearing Life Jackets Model of How Situational Awareness Factors Play a Role in Decision to Wear a Life Jacket While Boating Situational Awareness Factors

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