Why Am I Sitting Through This Again?The summer season brings the potential  for increased risk. Do you plan to do  any of ...
Summer 2011 Statistics• Between  Memorial Day  and Labor Day  2009 …  – 16 Sailors and    15 Marines lost    their lives
How They Died•   1 died in an ATV wreck•   3 drowned•   3 died during other recreational activities•   11 died in cars and...
Trends in Summer Safety• After spiking in 2008, summer deathsdecreased in 2009 and 2010.Unfortunately, they crept up in 20...
Summer Focus Areas• Personal Motor  Vehicle• Alcohol Awareness• Water Safety• Sexual Assault• Suicide Awareness
Motor Vehicle• Start every trip well-rested• Drive during daylight hours• Schedule breaks every two hours• NEVER drink and...
Use TRiPS for your Trip!                         • TRiPS = Travel Risk                         Planning System            ...
Motorcycles• Profile of a Fatal Rider  – Sport bike rider  – First year rider  – No formal training  – Under 30  – Speedin...
Close the Motorcycle Training Gap!               • All Sailors and                 Marines who ride must                 t...
Close the Motorcycle Training Gap• All Cruiser riders must  take the Experienced  Rider Course• Refresher training is  req...
Alcohol Awareness   • Drinking Facts:       – Absorption of alcohol depends on           •   Your size, weight, body fat a...
Watching your Weight?Beverage    Calories per 1   Example   Total      Beer, wine and spirits            Fluid Oz         ...
How Do I Know if I Need Help?• Have you ever felt you should cut back on yourdrinking?• Does your drinking ever make you l...
If you answered YES, even once, to the   questions on the pervious slide, YOU may   have a problem with alcohol.• Help is ...
Don’t Be That Guy …        • Not Cool        • Not Sexy        • Not Healthy        • If you choose to          drink, do ...
It’s No Laughing Matter• Alcohol-related  mishaps kill and  injure Sailors and  Marine every  summer.
Water Awareness• Learn to Swim• Swim where  lifeguards are  present• Keep a close eye  on kids• Obey signs about  water co...
Rip Currents• Don’t panic!• Swim parallel to the shore until you are out  of the current.
Boating Safety          • Take a Coast Guard          approved boating safety          class          • Ensure everyone ab...
Summer Sports Safety• Stretch prior to  activity• Stay hydrated• Wear proper gear and  footwear• Know your limits!
Sexual Assault Resources
Preventing Sexual Assault        Be an Active Bystander              Make up an excuse to get your friend get away from   ...
Preventing Sexual Assault           Be an Active Bystander            •Talk to your friend to ensure he or she is doing ok...
Suicide Warning Signs•   Expressing suicidal thoughts•   Increased drug and/or alcohol use•   Withdrawal from friends and ...
Veterans Crisis Line –  Call, Chat or Text
Have a Fun, Fabulous and SAFE       Summer Season!           • Questions?   www.public.navy.mil/navsafecen
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  • Learn to swim. Sooner or later, you're going in, and you don't want to have to rely on a life preserver or a passenger. Don't drink while boating. It leaves you tipsy, both mentally and physically. More than half of the people who drown in boating accidents have been drinking. Wear an approved life jacket, and make sure your passengers do, too. Before you launch, tell someone where you're headed and when you'll be back at the dock. In an emergency, rescuers will need to know where to start looking. Keep learning about boats and the water. Groups including the U.S. Power Squadron and the Coast Guard Auxiliary teach classes in navigation, weather and emergency procedures. Check the forecast and watch the weather while you're underway. If you see or hear a storm, get back to land.
  • Shipmates watch out for each other. If one of your friends or shipmates seems depressed or is acting differently, ASK if he or she is depressed or thinking about suicide. Let them know you CARE. Get them assistance (TREATMENT) as soon as possible. You can make a difference if you suspect someone may be considering suicide. Suicide can be prevented.
  • Summer 2012 for Sailors and Marines

    1. 1. Why Am I Sitting Through This Again?The summer season brings the potential for increased risk. Do you plan to do any of the following …• Drive more than 200 miles from home?• Swim or go boating?• Enjoy outdoor activities?• Go to a party?
    2. 2. Summer 2011 Statistics• Between Memorial Day and Labor Day 2009 … – 16 Sailors and 15 Marines lost their lives
    3. 3. How They Died• 1 died in an ATV wreck• 3 drowned• 3 died during other recreational activities• 11 died in cars and trucks• 13 died on motorcyclesThese numbers represent 31 trained and readySailors and Marines who aren’t with us this year.
    4. 4. Trends in Summer Safety• After spiking in 2008, summer deathsdecreased in 2009 and 2010.Unfortunately, they crept up in 2011.• Motorcycle fatalities increased from 6 in2010 to 13 in 2011 – more than a 100%increase!
    5. 5. Summer Focus Areas• Personal Motor Vehicle• Alcohol Awareness• Water Safety• Sexual Assault• Suicide Awareness
    6. 6. Motor Vehicle• Start every trip well-rested• Drive during daylight hours• Schedule breaks every two hours• NEVER drink and drive• Pull over if you get tired. It’s better to get there late than not at all!
    7. 7. Use TRiPS for your Trip! • TRiPS = Travel Risk Planning System • An easy, online survey that helps you recognize and reduce travel risks • Many more benefits!Access TRiPS through Navy Knowledge Online
    8. 8. Motorcycles• Profile of a Fatal Rider – Sport bike rider – First year rider – No formal training – Under 30 – Speeding – Doesn’t know limitations – Failed to identify hazards
    9. 9. Close the Motorcycle Training Gap! • All Sailors and Marines who ride must take the Basic Rider Course. • All Sportbike riders must take the Military Sportbike Rider Course 60 days after completing the BRC
    10. 10. Close the Motorcycle Training Gap• All Cruiser riders must take the Experienced Rider Course• Refresher training is required every three years• See your command Motorcycle Safety Representative to sign up for classes!
    11. 11. Alcohol Awareness • Drinking Facts: – Absorption of alcohol depends on • Your size, weight, body fat and sex • Amount of alcohol consumed • Amount of food in your stomach • Use of medications – 60% of STDs are transmitted by drunk partners – In 67% of unplanned pregnancies, at least one partner was drunk.Informationcourtesy ofwww.thatguy.com
    12. 12. Watching your Weight?Beverage Calories per 1 Example Total Beer, wine and spirits Fluid Oz Serving Calories contain empty caloriesBeer 12 12 oz. 144 meaning they are void of(regular) nutritional value and justBeer 9 12 oz. 108(light) pack on the pounds withoutWhite 20 5 oz. 100 helping your body performwine any of its vital functions.Red 21 5 oz. 105 If you drink a six-pack ofWine beer every day, that’s like80 proof ingesting a Big Mac and 64 1.5 96spirits oz. Medium Fries EVERY DAY!
    13. 13. How Do I Know if I Need Help?• Have you ever felt you should cut back on yourdrinking?• Does your drinking ever make you late for work?• Do you ever forget what you did while you weredrinking?• Do you ever drink after telling yourself you won’t?• Have people annoyed you by criticizing yourdrinking?• Do you ever need a drink first thing in the morningto steady your nerves or get rid of a hangover?
    14. 14. If you answered YES, even once, to the questions on the pervious slide, YOU may have a problem with alcohol.• Help is easy to find!• Learn what Tricare can do by visiting www.tricare.mil/ProviderDirectory/ http://www.tricare.mil/mtf• To find a local resource, call the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment at 1-800-662-HELP
    15. 15. Don’t Be That Guy … • Not Cool • Not Sexy • Not Healthy • If you choose to drink, do so in MODERATION.
    16. 16. It’s No Laughing Matter• Alcohol-related mishaps kill and injure Sailors and Marine every summer.
    17. 17. Water Awareness• Learn to Swim• Swim where lifeguards are present• Keep a close eye on kids• Obey signs about water conditions
    18. 18. Rip Currents• Don’t panic!• Swim parallel to the shore until you are out of the current.
    19. 19. Boating Safety • Take a Coast Guard approved boating safety class • Ensure everyone aboard has a personal flotation device.
    20. 20. Summer Sports Safety• Stretch prior to activity• Stay hydrated• Wear proper gear and footwear• Know your limits!
    21. 21. Sexual Assault Resources
    22. 22. Preventing Sexual Assault Be an Active Bystander Make up an excuse to get your friend get away from the creep (e.g., “I think I lost my phone. Can you helpDistraction me look for it?” “I was thinking of grabbing some food, want to come with me?”)Be a Third If it seems like the potential perpetrator is trying toWheel isolate your shipmate (offering him or her a ride, inviting him or her to their home, etc.) go with them.
    23. 23. Preventing Sexual Assault Be an Active Bystander •Talk to your friend to ensure he or she is doing okay •Pull your shipmate aside and say you think theDirect situation is dangerousApproach •Point out the potential perpetrator’s disrespectful behavior in a safe manner to de-escalate the situation •Recommend to a bartender or party host that potential victim or perpetrator has had too much to drinkInvolve •Grab a friend or two before speaking with the potentialOthers perpetrator •If the situation seems to be escalating, call the police
    24. 24. Suicide Warning Signs• Expressing suicidal thoughts• Increased drug and/or alcohol use• Withdrawal from friends and family• Recklessness ACT: ASK, CARE, TREAT
    25. 25. Veterans Crisis Line – Call, Chat or Text
    26. 26. Have a Fun, Fabulous and SAFE Summer Season! • Questions? www.public.navy.mil/navsafecen

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